September 1, 2021 at 9:05 am #85940
Vincent van Gogh Ward in the hospital in Arles 1889 • Who’s Really Being Hospitalized? (Margulis) • 60% of Those Older Than 50 Who Die From Cov
[See the full post at: Debt Rattle September 1 2021]September 1, 2021 at 9:37 am #85941
For those here who don’t regularly follow Gail Tverberg‘s Our Finite World, read & weep.September 1, 2021 at 10:53 am #85942
Two things TAE Summary left out from the sharp comment:
1. The entities behind the current events have real power.
2. They are going to accomplish a global population reduction.
The only doubt remaining: will a major armed conflict/destruction be avoided?
If it can, then TPTB have pulled a fast one – chapeau…September 1, 2021 at 11:19 am #85943VietnamVetParticipant
I hope that I am not the only one but Singapore’s decision to give up “zero Covid” is frightening. They did eradicate the Wuhan variant. But the delta variant is not just killing off old folks but the young are getting sick and dying too. This policy is “let ‘er rip”. “Profits over lives.” Under it everyone sooner or later will catch Coronavirus. Mitigating the virus with mRNA vaccines alone has proven not to work. It is strange that these highly vaccinated nations deny that the mRNA vaccines are involved in their spiking number of cases. Not to mention the side effects from the vaccines themselves.
Controlling the virus with public health measures continues in China, Taiwan and New Zealand. If there was a treatment that mitigates the virus, lessening some public health measures maybe practical but there is a concerted effort to prevent the use of off-label generic drugs in order to increase Pharmaceutical profits. This is further proof that either the pandemic was intentional or they simply do not know what they are doing. Either case, the current western predatory capitalistic system needs to go.September 1, 2021 at 11:24 am #85944oxymoronParticipant
a kullervo Hyman Rickover’s speech is from 1957! man did he have vision and understanding. Nice oneSeptember 1, 2021 at 12:05 pm #85946
One thing which is possible to infer from Rear Admiral Rickover’s speech is that he was not the only one aware of the facts imparted in the allocution:
“But the most significant distinction between optimistic and pessimistic fuel reserve statistics is that the optimists generally speak of the immediate future – the next twenty-five years or so – while the pessimists think in terms of a century from now. A century or even two is a short span in the history of a great people. It seems sensible to me to take a long view, even if this involves facing unpleasant facts.
For it is an unpleasant fact that according to our best estimates, total fossil fuel reserves recoverable at not over twice today’s unit cost, are likely to run out at some time between the years 2000 and 2050, if present standards of living and population growth rates are taken into account. Oil and natural gas will disappear first, coal last. There will be coal left in the earth, of course. But it will be so difficult to mine that energy costs would rise to economically intolerable heights, so that it would then become necessary either to discover new energy sources or to lower standards of living drastically.”
Rear Admiral Hyman Rickover’s May 14, 1957 speech to the Minnesota State Medical Association (excerpt)
Preparations have been on the wing at least since the 1950’s…September 1, 2021 at 12:15 pm #85948
Fed now discussing the social justice equity, making up new Congressional mandates out of thin air.
…You know, after fabricating a mandate to make the Dow rise every day forever. Irony is dead as they and their money-printing plan purchase for rich people and prevention of bankruptcy for reckless idiot sons is the main driver of social inequity. Worth a mention.
This is of course like all the other fabricated laws and mandates on masks, schools, doses, rents, jobs that the CDC invented from thin air, were never laws, never legal. Why? They could have passed them; they clearly own everybody. Because they don’t WANT rule by law, representation, Congress, Parliaments. Like the EU they want an unelected standing bureaucracy run by international corporate oligarchs. The Soviet model. Governments fade and disappear, and the people’s voice with them.
All eyes off the important and on F-Stan. Keeping them busy, but unfortunately keeping us busy.
Point running around out there: Joe is massively arming the Taliban while disarming Americans. Wow. Good choice. Freedom. I guess that goes with protecting Afghan non-citizens before or for abandoned Americans ever. 5th day in a row, there are no Americans there, except we keep rescuing the Americans that aren’t there, but wanted to be there, and don’t want rescue, but get on planes and are rescued. Zero left behind = 90% of them are out, or 10% are left, with no control of airport. Russia isn’t having any trouble there: their embassy is open, their people free to come and go.
Mother of dead Marine pissed at Biden was banned and erased. The desaparecidos, mothers banned even from grieving https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mothers_of_the_Plaza_de_Mayo “You’ll get NOTHING, no sons, and you’ll LIKE it. Or else!”
We’re not done yet: banning and erasing grieving mothers in a wildly pro-war agenda, supporting billionaire oligarchs, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and Joe is still our heroes of the Left. Cause we’re for the little people! We fight injustice and for peace! Especially for minorities like Kareem Nikou and Hunter Lopez, clearly white supremacists, as they say all Marines are.
Similar story: “A ‘Businesslike’ Taliban Helped Americans, Afghans Escape Kabul, Officials Say” See? Taliban are actually heroes! Unlike Marines and citizens, damn them.
They’re having trouble covering the silver market lately. That is certainly a very weak link in their system. There are tons of gold, almost everywhere, you just need to bomb countries and take it. There is no silver remaining above ground which might be related to the chip shortage. If you had to get it, I’d say the only possibility is India, and the people will sell it. However, only if the price rises a lot, which would make India rich over China, and the point of stealing it is to keep price(s) DOWN. Silver hasn’t risen in 50 years. Every other object for sale on planet earth is higher, except maybe natural gas. Note even viciously suppressed, silver is still the price Gold was in 1933 when this started. $20-odd /ounce. The ratio is also way out of whack, still near 80 instead of centuries-long 16:1. No change, just a reminder.
Still figuring out why all containers are backing up in South Beach. Nobody likes Chinese imports anymore? Nobody’s putting them on shelves? Nobody’s docking trucks? Nobody’s running trains? How can we not know what the holdup is? The blockage has got to be the size of the blob that ate Minnesota. NOPE! It’s a mystery no reporter can fathom. Or look.
No Zero for Singapore. World’s dumbest plan anyway. Okay, great, what then? Lock up for 100 years like Japan or China in 1700? Stay non-disease exposed with zero immunity like Native Americans to Smallpox? Genius! Shows how incredibly pin-headed shallow the thinking has become. I wonder if they also have the highest case rates like Israel and Seychelles. If not, why not?September 1, 2021 at 12:43 pm #85949Polder DwellerParticipant
Covid jabs and the case of the collapsing athletes
“ SPORTS stars are amongst the fittest people on the planet, but in the last three months there have been 15 reports of top-class athletes collapsing and even dying. These are not the bone and muscle injuries you might expect but heart issues, brain bleeds and unexplained collapse. Covid vaccinations have been implicated although not all conditions can be traced directly back to the jabs and some remain a perplexing mystery.”
OK, it’s only 15 athletes, so far, but the cases are unusual and who’s to say that it ends there?September 1, 2021 at 1:20 pm #85950OroborosParticipant
The lies are so rabid and dogmatic and persistent.
It’s not about money per se and it’s not about control per se.
And it’s not about an obsessive compulsive behavioral feedback loop.
All those things play a part.
The lies feel like they are being driven forward with such single minded psychosis by a Deadline of some sort.
A Deadline that seems to have been moved forward by a not to distant future event that shifted in the last couple years.
The Digital Panopticon that is being constructed is as much about diverting blame for the coming economic collapse as it is about an all encompassing control fetish.
As russellnblbs said in a previous post, the Technosphere is having withdrawal symptoms like a smack junkie, except it’s fossil fuel instead of heroin.
Ah, the contrasting vision of sweet Gaia in a no holds barred Mixed Martial Arts match against the Technosphere.
Like Godzilla vs King Kong.
Unicorn Spiritual Rainbows vs the Terminator
And good old Nate Hagens calls it the Energy Hungry Super Amoeba.
Not quite a monster, not quite a cuddly little stuffed animal.
What ever it is and what ever you want to call it, it is showing the signs of clucking Cold Turkey.
The lies are so rabid and dogmatic and persistent because that’s how a junkie reacts to contraction.
They will do *anything* to maintain their buzz, including throwing your children and grandchildren into the Volcano.September 1, 2021 at 1:29 pm #85951Mister RobotoParticipant
What ever it is and what ever you want to call it, it is showing the signs of clucking Cold Turkey.
I prefer to call it exactly what it is, namely “The Eating Machine”. The problem with feeding TEM is that it always needs more to eat even just to keep things stable. The thing is, one day there isn’t going to be enough “more”, and that day is fast approaching, if it isn’t already here.September 1, 2021 at 1:43 pm #85952sumac.carolParticipant
On athletes getting sick: here’s another take. Athletes according to Jon Barron typically have “trashed” (his word) immune systems. I speculate that this is because they push their bodies miles past normal limits and do not compensate/supplement adequately to account for this.September 1, 2021 at 2:13 pm #85953absolute galoreParticipant
From the State PR Department, aka The New York Times:
“Americans hoping to fight the anti-vaccine movement must learn to use the same tools of political rhetoric and mobilization, to speak up against misinformation and to swarm lawmakers’ phone lines to oppose bills that harm public health. Republican legislators must defend the importance of public health more forcefully.”:
That’s rich. As though the government and the industrial-medical-pharma complex is not using mainstream media, political rhetoric, and every other avenue at its disposal, including censorship, to propagate misinformation. The essay in question being a perfect example, by attempting to conflate the stance of the long-term anti-vaxxer movement with the many people who are not anti-vax but are questioning the current vaccines.
Don’t the “anti-vaxxers” read the New Yorker? The mRNA stuff is plenty safe enough–a doctor in New Mexico says so!
Why the COVID Vaccines Aren’t Dangerous
Many vaccine-hesitant people worry about adverse health effects. They shouldn’t.
As the Delta variant gains momentum around the country, I’m seeing more and more unvaccinated patients in my E.R. I often ask them why, after the devastation we’ve seen this year, they’ve chosen not to get vaccinated. Sometimes their answers are weird or conspiratorial. But most people say that they’re concerned about something real: adverse effects. They’ve heard about blood clots in women, or about myocarditis in young men, and the prospect of developing one of these frightening conditions has kept them away from the vaccination clinic.
What’s a “vaccination clinic” by the way? Must be something where the doctor practices waiting until people need hospitalization to treat them with everything except stuff proven to be effective?September 1, 2021 at 2:14 pm #85954deflationistaParticipant
More than half of all car deaths are people who were wearing seatbelts.
Are seatbelts dangerous? Of course not- they’re just common.
A huge number of people wear seatbelts. A small % die in crashes.
A small number of people don’t wear seatbelts. A huge % die in crashes.September 1, 2021 at 2:21 pm #85955
What deep and witty argument can you come up with for this?
Is murder people, but don’t worry its only a shower 😉September 1, 2021 at 2:33 pm #85956
Kuru. Wendigo. Cannibalism. Always hungry, always more.
Good to stop it since we DO have energy. A lot of it. Not in the century terms, but you notice they were wrong about natural gas which appears more plentiful than 50 years ago. We essentially haven’t drilled three coasts. The war in Yemen is probably that oil wells do NOT stop at the Saudi Border but maybe-kinda might be there? As they are in UAE and the surrounding states? Russian arctic is undrilled, or at least unpiped. Huge parts of Africa — coincidentally the parts we’re bombing, like Sudan, have oil. Venezuela is locked in. Cuba is untapped, a big prize. Iran is totally embargoed, and it is certain and official they have as much as Saudi Arabia did in 1950, that is, 50 years of world supply.
Here’s the thing: suppose we DID open it. What happens? Burn 4x more, 4x faster like last time? 4x the population to 25B? See the problem? Having unlimited free energy from technology would be the WORST thing that could happen, and we certainly WOULD cut all the remaining trees and displace all the remaining animals. Starting from London and NY, centers of ecological guilt, and moving out from there. It’s not so bad to lock it in until we can find a plan to use it responsibly, but know it IS in there.
Problem two with this realization is that although that would be the good thing and good solution, in fact the people with the WORST ecological and human record are the ones jacking prices and harboring the energy for themselves while squeezing supply for the poorest, as in France. They are the ones whose policies forced, by tax law, subsidy, monopoly, every means possible, to FORCE and REQUIRE topsoil to be paved, fish to be erased, overproduction to be built, against the natural will of the people who work smaller and slower. The top oil user is the Pentagon, worldwide. The top CO2 users are the same private-jet oligarchs landing at Davos and Copenhagen, tax-free, mask-free. The top polluter is China, where we outsource our pollution and death, required by tax, medical, OSHA, and import law.
In short, you’ve got the worst offenders driving the bus. Jimmy-Bob in a 40′ pickup truck has nothing on them.
Not solutions or advice, but there’s your situtation. Like food, there’s a lot of oil and will be for a long time. What we lack is distribution. On purpose. Because that’s how you CONTROL the price, and the people. Disaster Capitalism (read: “Not” Capitalism). It’s all about control. And murder! So there’s more for me!September 1, 2021 at 2:35 pm #85957
Read em and weep
3 monkeys ….
• ‘Get Sicker’: Anatomy Of A Failed Policy (Pfeiffer)
Mary Beth Pfeiffer
August 31, 2021
Ivermectin reduced hospitalizations in Mexico City up to 76 percent, while a door-to-door campaign obliterated it in the state of Chiapas. These trends, just after organized efforts, are no coincidence.
Ivermectin and the odds of hospitalization due to COVID-19: evidence from a quasi-experimental analysis based on a public intervention in Mexico City
Jose MerinoVictor Hugo BorjaOliva LopezJosé Alfredo OchoaEduardo ClarkLila PetersenSaul Caballero
Submitted: May 03, 2021 | Last edited: June 29, 2021
(SocArXiv is housed at the University of Maryland)
• Zero Covid, A Once Wildly Popular Ideology, Quietly Faces Extinction (Subs)
In 2020, COVID Zero’s membership roster was probably in the billions. Now, the adherents of the COVID Zero ideology are facing imminent extinction. The 18 month effort to contain COVID-19 was not only unsuccessful, it brought unprecedented economic and societal disaster in addition to the unconstrained virus problem. Today, few, if any governments have fully owned up to their failures. Most have taken the scapegoat approach, and without evidence, have blamed “the unvaccinated,” the “highly contagious” Delta variant, or some combination of the two to justify their catastrophic blunders. Over the past few months, the remains of the Zero COVID damn broke in the few nation state holdouts where rulers still adhered to the Zero COVID ideology.September 1, 2021 at 2:50 pm #85958choochParticipant
Clever montage.September 1, 2021 at 2:53 pm #85959
“Here’s the thing: suppose we DID open it. What happens? Burn 4x more, 4x faster like last time? 4x the population to 25B? See the problem?”
Essentially humanity (not our betters) is bacteria in a petri dish of sugar. We consume and reproduce until the sugar is gone and then we have a die off. I realized this some time ago. But like all things in my lifetime, our betters, must control this and shield themselves from blame. Hence we find ourselves in our current predicament. Changes should have been made since 2008 to avoid this, but then blame would also have been doled out and “fortunes” lost.September 1, 2021 at 3:08 pm #85960absolute galoreParticipant
The Digital Panopticon that is being constructed is as much about diverting blame for the coming economic collapse as it is about an all encompassing control fetish.
While there will be much diverting of blame, pandemics, increasingly draconian social control, economic destruction, power concentration, debauchery and general coarsening of social mores, are all part of the typical decline scenario.
Good to stop it since we DO have energy. A lot of it.
Yes, estimates have us at around the halfway point with oil.Two problems: 1. To keep economies growing (which by current design they must) requires increasing energy inputs. And more importantly, 2. The energy required to extract the energy is becoming unsustainable–there is not enough left over to run the economy effectively. We see this in the drastic and every increasing oscillations of fossil fuel prices. At some point, most of the stuff left will not be extractable because it will be economically untenable.
And 3. as I posted a few days back, the energy source does not matter in the end (see Ivan Illich, Energy and Equity). Too much energy per capita ends up with the destruction of free society.September 1, 2021 at 3:24 pm #85961
Little interest in vaccines. NBC and pals finally rappel down from the tower to ask why:
Didn’t learn anything mind you, but they asked. Tells me it doesn’t have the uptake they claim, and certainly what they want. Anybody know what rate, since 34%, 60%, and 70% are all still constantly referenced without evidence or citation.September 1, 2021 at 3:25 pm #85962
Are seatbelts dangerous? Of course not- they’re just common.
You’re absolutely set on making it easy, ain’t you? Seatbelts have been tested, vigorously, and what was found is that they not only protect people, they also don’t kill those who wear them.
If we would find that most people who wear them die when in a accident, we would not wear them. That’s what we face when most people who die of Covid in the UK are double jabbed. The stats are presented as “60% of people over 50 who die of Covid”, but that’s just to hide the fact that 97% of deaths are over 50 anyway.
And there’s no way all of them die only of Covid, and not of the vaccines.September 1, 2021 at 3:30 pm #85963
Fine, but Ilych, how much is too little? I see the height of the West being Edwardian, Belle Epoch, with electric, new materials, immense beauty. After, it was Brutalist, Absurdist, anti-human school. But that was on an massive energy rise. Unless tribalism or Medievalism is the height you’re looking for.
The energy is a problem, but we can’t un-invent it. What’s the solution? I mean besides their published plan of murdering 7.5 billion people?September 1, 2021 at 3:31 pm #85964
I conducted a little social media experiment yesterday. I have an account on Nextdoor.com (similar to facebook.com, but for neighborhoods.) A lady had made a post about how the hospitals were all so overwhelmed, and we should all just stay home, etc., etc. I responded and pointed out that India’s percent per million that was infected by covid was much less than the delta wave currently going on in Israel, the UK, and the US, so maybe we should take a look at what they did?
Yeah…the original poster did not like my comment. She retorted that it was “all over the media” that “7%” of India’s population had died from the delta wave. That was too outrageous to not continue to respond. I pointed out that based on the cumulative dead from covid stats in ourworldindata and the population of India from 2019, total dead from covid in India was 0.03% of the population.
Well, the original poster had to go back to her sources, and apparently “all over the media” is actually saying that the excess death was 0.07% of the population. (That’s more like it.) I pointed out again that India suffered fewer covid cases per million people, citing the graph on TAE posted by Raul three days ago, suggesting folks go to OurWorldInData on their own — and, with that being the case, we ought to use the scientific method to figure out why that is. Do the Indian people get more sun than the peopel of Israel/UK/USA? Are the Indian people less obese than the people of Israel/UK/USA?
Poster’s response: “There could be physiologic differences-interesting to consider.” But she mostly attributed it to lacking ability in India to track cases, etc. I would have loved to point out that India’s delta wave is over…but by morning I am no longer able to respond to the thread…I have been censored from posting more. (Not sure if this was just to me, or if it was done to the entire thread.)
However, because I spoke up another woman disagreed with the trope that the hospitals are struggling — one person said “there are no elective surgeries in hospitals once again” — another responded that elective surgeries were still going on at the hospital where she worked. And the original poster shared that a friend of hers who works on the “extreme life support” part of a hospital is hesitant to get the vaccine.
It was a fun little exercise while it lasted. I never contradicted anything said — except for the wildly wrong statistic, which I used accurate statistics to refute. My purpose was to “let in a little bit of light” — just to get some light through the chinks in the minds of the brainwashed. *sigh* It is what I would do if my church had in-person meetings…some of the time, afterwards, (when I wasn’t making music with others on the patio,) I’d sit and chat with people and point out facts that don’t quite jive with their worldview, and then see how the conversation unfolds. It’s a way for me to deal with the frustration of being surrounded by people with uninformed opinions. Sometimes, I’d encounter someone who knew more on a subject than I did, and *I’d* learn a thing or two, expanding my own understanding. I miss that.September 1, 2021 at 3:39 pm #85965
Mandatory Borg Membership
The Safety of COVID-19 Vaccinations — Should We Rethink the Policy?
Background: COVID-19 vaccines have had expedited reviews without sufficient safety data. We wanted to compare risks and benefits.
Methods: We calculated the Number Needed to Vaccinate (NNTV) to prevent one death from a large Israeli field study. We accessed the Adverse Drug Reactions database of the Dutch National Register (Lareb) to extract the number of cases reporting severe side-effects and the number of cases reporting fatal side-effects. Results: The NNTV is between 200 and 700 to prevent one case of COVID-19 for the mRNA vaccine marketed by Pfizer. NNTV to prevent one death is between 9,000 and 100,000 (95% confidence interval), with 16,000 as a point estimate. We observed strong variability in the number of Individual Case Safety Reports (ICSRs) per 100,000 vaccine doses across all EU member states. The estimate for the number of ICSRs per 100,000 vaccinations derived from the Lareb database was approximately 700. Among those, there were 16 serious ICSRs, and the number of ICSRs reporting fatal side-effects was at 4.11/100,000 vaccinations. Thus, for 6 (95% CI 2–11) deaths prevented by vaccination, there were approximately 4 deaths reported to Dutch Lareb that occurred after vaccination, yielding a potential risk/benefit ratio of 2:3.
Tessa (Fights Robots) What Does The Word “Unv-d” Mean?
Let me get to the heart of it. My policy research over the years makes me believe that, under the guise of COVID, we are being groomed to become life-term subscribers to “in-body artificial immunity as a service”—or an attempt at it anyway…
And, and… the artificial immunity thing is not just about COVID and boosters! The manufacturers are actively working on a number of adult v-es for every real and imaginary malaise there is and isn’t (including the literal plague). And, I believe, the intense emotional barrage around the COVID shot is designed to set a psychological and legal precedent for the creation of a captive market and for enforcing a subscription to “artificial immunity as a service.” From the COVID mandate, we are likely to move on to illnesses that have been up until now considered mundane, then to real and imaginary mental health issues, etc. etc.
https://tessa.substack.com/p/unvaxxedSeptember 1, 2021 at 3:41 pm #85966
Julian Assange’s Warning: Humanity’s Last Stand
As the U.S. loses face in the Afghanistan debacle, a video of Julian Assange speaking in 2011 about the goal behind the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan went viral on social media...
“While the internet has brought about a revolution in our ability to educate each other, the consequent democratic explosion has shaken existing establishments to their core. Burgeoning digital super-states such as Google, Facebook and their Chinese equivalents, who are integrated with the existing order, have moved to re-establish discourse control. This is not simply a correction action. Undetectable mass social influence powered by artificial intelligence is an existential threat to humanity.” …
In the middle of 2020, the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced their plan for a better world to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis. WEF, together with the United Nations, business sectors and civil society, aims to build the foundations of the world economic system on the Internet of Things, and implementation of AI technology and robotics.
The key idea behind this initiative is transhumanism. Dubbed as Humanity +, transhumanism is a loosely-defined global intellectual movement that has developed over the last decades. With a view that humans are nothing more than complex biological machines, transhumanists aim to enhance human conditions beyond biological limitations through genetic engineering, nanotechnology and artificial intelligence.
Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of WEF, in his book “The Fourth Industrial Revolution,” articulated that transhumanism is a process that brings radical change in our lifestyle, opening a new chapter in human development. He described the goal of the Great Reset as creating a post-human society through a “fusion of our physical, digital and biological identity”. (”Borg”?) …
In her interview by the Investigative Corona Committee Germany, investigative journalist Whitney Webb shed light on hidden motives of the tech companies in censoring content related to Covid-19. She talked about how Google, which is a parent company of YouTube, has investment in the AstraZeneca vaccine via Vaccitech, and ties between the U.S. government, the military and Big Tech companies.
Webb reported that mRNA technology used in vaccines such as Pfizer and Moderna was started with large investment from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) – an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military. She described a push by the tech sector to remake the health care system, moving into telemedicine as a route to changing the current paradigm of medical care.
Webb talked about how companies like Google and Microsoft are now engaged in efforts to replace doctors with apps. Through the use of AI, they create “Precision Medicine”, gene edited medicine targeted to the individual. She pointed out how those developments are not made for profit but to use health care as a way to implement AI and create a technocracy...
At the beginning of 2021, Silicon Valley’s tech companies, in partnership with healthcare companies and the Commons Project Foundation that was established with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, launched the Vaccination Credential Initiative. Together, they are creating digital COVID-19 vaccination records – a global certification system that validates lab results based on their designated authorities.
Naomi Wolff, feminist author, journalist and CEO of a tech company spoke out about the danger of this “proof of vaccination” system that is designed to be used for the purpose of regulating cross-border travel and commerce. Wolff, who authored “The End of America” which outlines the 10 steps those in power can use to close down democracy, warned that this will not stop at Covid or vaccinations and that it heralds the death of liberty in the West. She emphasized that this vaccine passport is “the same platform as China’s social credit system that now enslaves 800 billion people through surveillance and facial recognition technology”
This requirement to show digital proof of one’s health status creates a two tier society, where the unvaccinated are treated as secondary citizens, barred from buying food at supermarkets, eating at restaurants and using public transportation. Around the vaccine passport, the infrastructure for the WEF’s digital economy is now being built.
In April 2021, The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, who joined the initiatives of the Great Reset, stated that “vaccine policy is economic policy”. They are now preparing to roll out Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) that have the capability to control funds, monitor and trace transactions, linking them to personal IDs with a record stored in a massive database...
The monstrous force being unleashed in cyberspace begins to enslave humanity. This is exactly what Assange warned us about, when he decried how the internet has been transformed into the dangerous facilitator of totalitarianism...
Now, in this pandemic, a national security state is quickly morphing itself into a biosecurity state. Public health is weaponized by the authorities to advance their political agendas. With mainstream media fear-mongering and suppressing successful and early treatments of Covid, governments around the world uniformly engage in a global mass vaccination campaign. (There are gaps opening in the “uniformity”.)
The fight for free speech now intensifies with doctors and scientists being on the frontline of this battle. By risking jobs and professional licenses, whistleblowers inside medical institutions courageously come forward to uphold the public’s right to know...
… Cardiologist and leading medical expert Dr. Peter McCullough recently criticized the U.S. government’s efforts to force vaccination on its citizens, saying that it “will go down as one of the most deadly, one of the most injurious and costly in human history.”…
As the threat to human freedom increases, a man who gave us notice of what is now coming remains in prison, slowly dying. The Covid-19 crisis has hurt Assange immensely. Government imposed restrictions to stop the spread of the coronavirus made it difficult to hold normal court proceedings, and was used as an excuse by the UK government to deny the public access to the court. The extradition hearings took place within an almost total media blackout. Also, the lockdown in the Belmarsh prison restricted visitation from his family and made it almost impossible for Assange’s lawyers to meet their client and prepare their defense...
The struggle that we are now engaged in is not political. It is not left vs. right, or one nation against another. This is a battle of humans against the machine and it can be only won through each person’s defiance, united in solidarity with others to stand up for what it means to be human.
We have been told that we are at the Eleventh Hour. Now this is the Hour. This is humanity’s last stand and we are its only hope. If we fail to claim our own freedom, there will be no more resistance. The future of humanity depends on our uncompromising courage.September 1, 2021 at 3:42 pm #85967
It’s amazing how you can lie with statistics when you don’t provide context and/or leave key information out of your false narrative.
As of July 4, the entire covid fear narrative was dying out, with cases crashing to new lows and the Big Pharma vaccine profit machine sputtering. That is when those controlling the media narrative began running the stories about the Indian variant and the imminent tragedy. As cases soared over 350,000 per day, the MSM was predicting bodies piling up in the streets They failed to give context that India has 1.4 billion people, four times the population of the U.S. On a cases per million basis, India’s surge was still 70% lower than the U.S. peak in January. And then the cases collapsed by 75% in a matter of weeks, with no mass rollout of vaccines. But they did distribute copious amounts of ivermectin. Must just be a coincidence. Everyone knows ivermectin is only for cows and horses, per the “experts” at the FDA.
With the Indian case collapse, the purveyors of fear needed to give the Indian variant a new scary name – Delta Variant. So India, with a 10% vaccination rate has seen a complete collapse in cases. Meanwhile, the UK and Israel, with some of the highest vaccination rates in the world, 64% and 60% respectively, have seen huge surges in Delta cases. It’s almost as if the vaccines have created the Delta surge...
The current all hands on deck campaign to discredit ivermectin is a sign of desperation, as they have only been able to coerce and scare just over 50% of the population to have this Big Pharma concoction injected into their bodies. With cases peaking at 155,000 per day, the desperation of Fauci and his acolytes is visible for all to see.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/jim-quinn-critically-thinking-person-might-look-delta-data-concludeSeptember 1, 2021 at 3:43 pm #85968
It feels a bit odd not to bring up ivermectin in a discussion like that. There are huge differences between Indian states who use it and who don’t. It’s not as small as the US, after all.September 1, 2021 at 3:45 pm #85969deflationistaParticipant
Texas has seen nearly 9,000 COVID-19 deaths since February. All but 43 were unvaccinated people.September 1, 2021 at 3:48 pm #85970
Getting ready to bike to work at the clinic. These days are numbered.
I mourn in my heart when seeing my patients.
I m coming under harsh institutional scrutiny for giving people real information about vaccine risks/benefits, and now for prescribing ivermectin based treatment.
My days might be even shorter…September 1, 2021 at 3:59 pm #85971
Cuban oil, eh?
Wonder why those pesky communists don’t drill it to their hearts’ content (not to mention why did the soviets skipped the chance)… not even the ‘Muricans did it whilst Cuba was just another protectorate… saving it for future generations, maybe?September 1, 2021 at 4:33 pm #85972
Something to consider
Thermonuclear: 2012 published study shows Ivermectin inhibits HIV and Dengue fever viral replication. The suppression of Ivermectin as an antiviral, especially against HIV, is also about covering Anthony Fauci’s crime against humanity by murdering millions of AIDS patients with the failed chemotherapy drug AZT and withholding effective treatmentsSeptember 1, 2021 at 4:33 pm #85973userzeroidParticipant
a kullervo – an optimistic rebuttal to the peak oil scenario The Fusion Revolution (National Review)
I know bringing fusion energy up here is sure to get the ire of several commentators due to their knowledge and specialisation in energy, ecology and economy. I also appreciate fusion technology is still *being tested* and has (still) no practical application yet. All the same, it offers *the possibility* of lasting change and an end to “resource wars”. Now there’s something uplifting that is not totally beyond the realms of possibility.September 1, 2021 at 4:36 pm #85974
If you believe the jab numbers, we only need about 8% more to get to deagels 2025 predictionSeptember 1, 2021 at 4:36 pm #85975
Regarding C19 false-positive PCR test results…
I don’t wish to be a crank, but I wish that better information were available. For example, if we just *knew* the cycle count for each test, then we could make a comparison between whether or not symptoms were present, and how many cycles it took to return a positve.
My son was quarantined for C19 exposure in Spanish class last week. By Saturday night he had a runny nose, Tuesday morning at 4 am he vomited. Now…the runny nose could be allergies, and the vomit could have been because he insisted on eating a large quantity of VERY spice food just before going to bed. They also could be legitimate symptoms of C19 infection. Who knows? So I tested all three kids Monday morning, PCR tests (as that is what the insurance covers.)
Results: all three are negative. Seriously, I’m begining to believe that these three kids are impervious to C19. Maybe their innate immune systems are just so primed C19 gets zapped into non-existence so fast…! I’d really just like some sort of proof that they are immune — but the innate immune system doesn’t do that (if I’m understanding this correctly). My daughter tested negative for antibodies in the spring, and the T-Detect test is not something I want to splurge for right now. I think the next time any of them need a blood test for some reason I’m going to ask the doctor to include antibody testing.
The “so many false positives to the covid PCR test” trope doesn’t correspond to the lived reality of my own household. Between 5 people we’ve had about 21 PCR tests in the past 12 months — only two came up positive, and those were for the two individuals who tested with obvious covid symptoms — fever, and the whole nine yards. Maybe the labs in Phoenix, AZ don’t run as many cycles as labs in other places? Who knows — they aren’t including cycle counts in the results. It’s hard to say, but IF the labs around here are running cycles past 35, up to 40, and IF it is correct to say that 95% of positives at 35 cycles and beyond are false positives, then out of 19 PCR tests of my household when we had either no covid symptoms or mild maybe covid symptoms — that is a large enough sample for 95% — a false positive should have squeaked through. It bugs me to have insufficient data.
Other data regarding C19 *does* pan out. For example, if the jabs are as wildly dangerous as they are reputed to be, then I should be seeing some people in my own social circles who are exhibiting vaccine injuries. This is happening: there are 6 people in my social circles that are exhibiting medical problems that are consistent with C19 vaccine injury.
Another area of C19 data: C19 does kill a few people, but most people survive it just fine, although a small number get long covid. This pans out — I know one person who has died, my mother knows one other. I know a several dozen people who have had covid who survived it just fine. I know of two who contracted “long covid” — tellingly, both have co-morbidities.
I don’t as yet know anyone who is double-jabbed who has contracted Covid. However, there are probably only two or three dozen people whose have been vaccinated that I know received the vaccine, that it isn’t just a suspicion. Of those, maybe a couple dozen do I know well enough that they would tell me (or, they are extended family, and I’m sure such knowledge would get gossiped through the grapevine), that they had covid after vaccination. Based on the stats out of Israel and the UK, I expect that I’ll eventually get anecdotal evidence of this in my own social circles.September 1, 2021 at 4:40 pm #85976
change the narrative
moving of the goalposts
follow the bouncing ball
a carrot on a string
a return to normal
Enough Is Enough: The Narrative Around “Returning To Normal” And Herd Immunity Has Been Brazenly Inconsistent
How long are we going to sit idly by and ignore people like Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, who claims that the vaccines are creating the new variants instead of stopping them? From Zerohedge:
Mass vaccination in the middle of a pandemic is prone to promoting selection and adaptation of immune escape variants that are featured by increasing infectiousness and resistance to spike protein (S)-directed antibodies (Abs), thereby diminishing protection in vaccinees and threatening the unvaccinated.”
“This already explains why the WHO’s mass vaccination program is not only unable to generate herd immunity (HI) but even leads to substantial erosion of the population’s immune protective capacity,” he continues. “As the ongoing universal mass vaccination program will soon promote dominant propagation of highly infectious, neutralization escape mutants (i.e., so-called ‘S Ab-resistant variants’), naturally acquired, or vaccinal neutralizing Abs, will, indeed, no longer offer any protection to immunized individuals whereas high infectious pressure will continue to suppress the innate immune defense system of the nonvaccinated.”September 1, 2021 at 4:53 pm #85977
IndiaSeptember 1, 2021 at 4:57 pm #85978
Nothing but the truth – therefore delete
According to an admission obtained from the State Department, Biden officials recently directed federal agencies to scrub their websites of official reports detailing the $82.9 billion in military equipment and training provided to the Afghan security forces since 2001.September 1, 2021 at 5:00 pm #85979NoiretteParticipant
I recently learned that in Guadeloupe and Martinique (F overseas territories) where dengue fever is endemic, dengue was announced as over, vanished / vanquised or whatever, on May 21, 2021.
Dengue season is mid-May to mid-Oct in that region. Dengue fever symptoms are very general and can easily be attributed to many other conditions, and no specific agreed-on treatment exists, afaik. From the top of Goog:
See for ex. > the link is to an F. GVMT. site, announcing the end of the dengue epidemic in Guadeloupe. Yes, it was considered an epidemic. in F: https://bit.ly/3DGcogS
Cov. cases, etc. Guadeloupe from worldometers.
This is really getting ridiculous.
—> see also Mr House above, other links between dengue, HIV…September 1, 2021 at 5:10 pm #85980
Re Hyman Rickover’s speech
Hence my desire to move from Phoenix, AZ…it is easier to warm indoor space without electricity than to cool indoor space without electricity.
@ Raul, regarding ivermectin
I agree, however, ivermectin is being hounded by the mainstream right now. If I bring it up with people who don’t know me, who are indoctrinated by the mainstream, I am likely to be immediately branded as “one of THOSE people,” and everything that I say will be discounted and ignored. My goal was to open windows a sliver…I was a Mormon missionary, trained, and rule #1 is to “build relationships of trust.” They won’t listen to me until a relationship is established.
…That is why in the song I wrote about ivermectin verses 1-3 describe the track record of ivermectin, the bridge relates that the inventors received a Noble prize and compares it to penicillin and aspirin, and THEN comes verse 4 explaining that it broke the back of the delta wave in India, followed by reiteration of the comparison with penicillin and aspirin. If the song goes straight to verse 4, those who have heard ivermectin is “just a horse medicine” will experience cognitive dissonance and will tune out the rest of the song. Because of the trashing of ivermectin, it is necessary to establish it firmly as a significant human medication before bringing up that it treats Covid.
“ Having unlimited free energy from technology would be the WORST thing that could happen, and we certainly WOULD cut all the remaining trees and displace all the remaining animals
Reminds me of someone I met in Colorado last month who was sure that functional “free energy” devices exist and are just around the corner in becoming mainstream. Eh…the non-polluting aspect (no fossil fuel) sounds nice, but I concur with dr d that we need a braking system to unchecked growth, because unchecked growth will eventually destroy us. Humanity needs to learn to live within its resources sustainably…we need to change our myths and narratives to do this. “Free energy” is just another drug to fuel our mass energy addiction.
“Texas has seen nearly 9,000 COVID-19 deaths since February. All but 43 were unvaccinated people.”
Considering the timeline of vaccinations, and the vaccine immunity waning at a rate of 40% per month, I would expect that. Can you shorten the timeline and find accurate stats for Texas from just June and July?September 1, 2021 at 5:23 pm #85981Maxwell QuestParticipant
A hat tip to TAE Summary’s Covid Chess piece. Well done!
Great post, and very instructive. In my younger years I would typically “turn on the fire hose” when discussing any topic of which I felt knowledgeable. Then walk away frustrated because my words not only fell on deaf ears, but would more often invoke a “Shields up!” response.
Your strategy to “let in a little bit of light” is the key. Using my own growth as an example, it is the best way to bring the average person from darkness into the light. Bit by bit, here a little, there a little. Too much too quickly and the psyche rebels.
As kids we used to enjoy eating Turkish Taffy when we could get our hands on it. And like all curious imps, we played with it at the same time. At first, the slab of taffy was so hard that a firm smack on the floor would shatter it into a hundred pieces. Later, we discovered that by warming it, one could slowly stretch it into long ribbons. But if you pulled too quickly it would snap. Even in its softened state, a sharp rap would still cause it to shatter.
It has been a useful metaphor for psychic growth, as well as setting expectations for my own level of influence, either through words or actions. We should consider it a success if we can move someone from A to B, and shouldn’t expect or desire to move them from A to C while skipping over B, as developmental gaps are not healthy or wise.
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