September 14, 2021 at 9:14 am #87112
Claude Monet The Manneporte at Étretat 1886 • Clearing Up Misinformation About The Spike Protein And Covid Vaccines (Joomi) • Risks of Vaccines
[See the full post at: Debt Rattle September 14 2021]September 14, 2021 at 9:20 am #87113V. ArnoldParticipant
Claude Monet The Manneporte at Étretat 1886
Wow, I do not remember that Monet from past art work…
Thanks Ilargi…September 14, 2021 at 9:50 am #87114
A lot of painters went to Étretat.September 14, 2021 at 10:07 am #87116
I am so grateful that you feel this way. You’ve been a vital trailblazer all through this saga and I pray you’ll have the motivation and fortitude to continue. I sense an upswell of courage and clarity among the unjabbed and regretfully jabbed. We’re in for a long ordeal though…what an extraordinary time to be living through. Thank you RIM for your invaluable contributions!
Thanks Jim, and all others, for your kind words.September 14, 2021 at 10:24 am #87117Dr D RichParticipant
The CDC death chart is way off but still useful since the ongoing predicted 2020 U.S. DEATH TOTAL throughout year 2020 was NOT expected to increase much above 2.8 million.
CDC’s and National Vital Statistics System, however, showed an increase in the “Monthly 12-month Totals” by January 2021 of ~600,000 deaths and in other publications at least an 18% increase in deaths year over year.
2.8+ million Jan ’20 versus 3.4+ million Jan ’21
Stat guys Day and Robinson probably already covered these facts in between biking to clinic and grafting potato shavings onto a hybrid avocado-peach tree.
330,000 is the CDC and publicly bantered number for COVID deaths by January 2021. The CDC defined this number as 1. (one year’s worth of COVID deaths) + 2. (CDC counted pneumonia-related, COVID. and i+ 3. nfluenza-related deaths as the grand total COVID DEATH TOTAL)
So, help me out here. 600,000 increased deaths over one year-2020 MINUS 330,000 COVID deaths over one year-2020 MINUS 40,000 increased in annual deaths still leaves:
**** 230,000 deaths not accounted for by COVID, pneumonia and flu over a period of one year.
Over that same 12 months, total LIVE BIRTHS decreased and appeared to reach parity with Total Deaths. (stats are retreating 12-month totals).
I suppose you can’t sustain or replace a population like that. OTOH, What killed those “extra” couple hundred thousand people? It’s difficult to admit, but deflationista might be right in that TPTB undercounted COVID deaths.September 14, 2021 at 11:22 am #87118oxymoronParticipant
Following on from Herr Doktor’s 2 narratives comment yesterday, does anyone see a HUGE bail in coming down the pipe where banks are forced to openly steal peoples money? I mean we are on the lookout for many upcoming shenanigans but given the incredible wonkyness and the China real estate bubble…
Does that come after more food shortage or supply chain stuff. I mean we have to take your money that you loaned us – it was unsecured so boohoo. Alternatively – you could all starve.
Dunno just thinking the banks are awfully quiet these days.September 14, 2021 at 11:44 am #87119Mister RobotoParticipant
I suppose you can’t sustain or replace a population like that. OTOH, What killed those “extra” couple hundred thousand people? It’s difficult to admit, but deflationista might be right in that TPTB undercounted COVID deaths.
The lack of clear definition over what constitutes a Covid-death certainly leaves me unable to dismiss the possibility out hand. And we do know that the USA at the outset had a massive reserve of older poor people with pre-existing health problems for the virus to harvest. It sure didn’t help how badly the logistics of managing the outbreak of the pandemic were fumbled in this country.September 14, 2021 at 11:45 am #87120Polder DwellerParticipant
In the various interviews I’ve seen with him, I’ve always found Fleming to be very convincing and genuine. However, my daughter (just completing a master’s in biomedical science) told me that he’s not all he seems and talked about two fraud charges against him.
I was looking at his book on Amazon and saw this one star review:
“But there’s more: A few minutes searching online will uncover material that should make any reader doubt his veracity. True to form, in the book Dr. Fleming continues to exaggerate his expertise and his credentials. As his own CV confirms (available in court filings), he does not have a PhD in any field. His claim to that designation is based on a high school science program he finished when he was 18. His claim to be an attorney is based on him participating in an unaccredited online law school.
“However, I didn’t see that the book provided details about his 2 felony convictions, including for health care fraud, but I may have missed that. He also neglected to mention that his supposed COVID trial that informs his treatment recommendations was rejected by a respected journal (European Journal of Medical Research) as it was transparently fabricated. All this is detailed on PubPeer if you search for the paper title (FMTVDM Quantitative Nuclear Imaging finds Three Treatments for SARS-CoV-2). Many of his other “research” papers can be found discussed with great skepticism at that site as well, just search for Richard Fleming.
“One thing he doesn’t seem to cover – he doesn’t explain why a former cardiologist (he lost his licenses to practice medicine) can turn into an expert on virology or epidemiology. He originally studied internal medicine, then dropped out of his University of Texas cardiology fellowship (and sued them), then appears to have practiced cardiology for a bit. Since the early 2000s, he’s tried selling books on cardiac health and fad diets, he’s dabbled in breast cancer “research,” ran a couple of apparently fraudulent clinical trials, and now he’s moved onto viruses… because why not?”
So now I don’t know whether to take him seriously or not. Anyone have anything to say on this?September 14, 2021 at 11:46 am #87121Mister RobotoParticipant
Like VietnamVet, I do place a great deal of blame for the toll the first year of the pandemic took on the neoliberal hollowing out of our private and public health infrastructure.September 14, 2021 at 11:55 am #87122
@Oxymoron: They might have to confiscate the bank funds of the unvaccinated for the greater good, to protect the health of the vaccinated.September 14, 2021 at 11:56 am #87123DjangoParticipant
WEF Brave New World. Ida Auden.
My biggest concern is all those who do not live in my city. Those we lost on the way. They have different kind of lives (sic) outside the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities.
This looks like the permaculture alternative in the cross-hairs.Why is the WEF so concerned about these people?I’m one of them.I don’t want to live in a city with all my wants immediately satisfied.If Ida Auden is so deliriously happy with the way things will be why doesn’t she leave us alone?September 14, 2021 at 12:00 pm #87125
Very good line-up today, Ilargi!September 14, 2021 at 12:01 pm #87126
A few excerpts: https://www.johndayblog.com/2021/09/oops-truth.html
Huh, that’s not what they said, is it? The comatose patient on the ventilator is looking much better and has rosy cheeks…
The European Central Bank announced a tapering of the repurchase program on September the 9th. One would imagine that this is a sensible idea given the recent rise in inflation in the eurozone to the highest level in a decade and the allegedly strong recovery of the economy. However, there is a big problem. The announcement is not really tapering, but simply adjusting to a lower net supply of bonds from sovereign issuers. In fact, considering the pace announced by the central bank, the ECB will continue to purchase 100% of all net issuance from sovereigns.//
The fourth challenge for the ECB is that it acknowledges being trapped by its own policy, it cannot stop it and normalize because governments and markets would suffer, and it cannot keep the current pace because inflation is putting even more pressure on growth.
Michael Hudson, on George Soros maybe getting thwarted by China
In a Financial Times op-ed, “Investors in Xi’s China face a rude awakening” (August 30, 2021), George Soros writes that Xi’s “crackdown on private enterprise shows he does not understand the market economy. … Xi Jinping, China’s leader, has collided with economic reality. His crackdown on private enterprise has been a significant drag on the economy.”
Translated out of Orwellian Doublethink, the “crackdown on private enterprise” means cutting back on what the classical economists called rent-seeking and unearned income. As for its supposed “drag on the economy,” Mr. Soros means the economy’s polarization concentrating wealth and income in the hands of the richest One Percent.
Soros lays out his plan for how U.S. retaliation may punish China by withholding U.S. funding of its companies (as if China cannot create its own credit) until China capitulates and imposes the kind of deregulation and de-taxation that Russia did after 1991. He warns that China will suffer depression by saving its economy along socialist lines and resisting U.S.-style privatization and its associated debt deflation.
Mr. Soros does recognize that China’s “most vulnerable sector is real estate, particularly housing. China has enjoyed an extended property boom over the past two decades, but that is now coming to an end. Evergrande, the largest real estate company, is over-indebted and in danger of default. This could cause a crash.” By that, he means a reduction of housing prices. That’s just what is needed in order to deter land becoming a speculative vehicle…
Soros gives his game away by stating that “Xi does not understand how markets operate.” What he means is that President Xi rejects rapacious rent-seeking, exploitative free-for-all, and shapes markets to serve overall prosperity for China’s 99 Percent. “As a consequence, the sell-off was allowed to go too far,” Soros continues. What he means is, too far to maintain the dominance of the One Percent. China is seeking to reverse economic polarization, not intensify it…
George Soros is obviously upset that President Xi is not Boris Yeltsin, and that China is not following the kleptocracy dependency that warped Russia’s economy. Soros thought the ending of the Cold War would simply let him buy up the most lucrative rent-yielding assets, as he has aimed to do in the Baltics and Ukraine. China said “No,” so it is not deemed to be a “market economy,” Soros-style. It has not made its social organization marketable, and has avoided the financial dependency that makes “markets” a vehicle for U.S. control via sanctions and foreign buyouts.September 14, 2021 at 12:02 pm #87127
Counterfeit Capitalism: Why a Monopolized Economy Leads to Inflation and Shortages
From railroads to plastic bags to semiconductors to ice cream, Wall Street and monopolists are creating shortages and exploiting them. …The scariest part of this whole saga is not that a bunch of malevolent monopolists run our economy, inducing shortages for profit. Indeed, these shortages are not intentional, any more than the financial crash of 2008 was intentional. Most of what is happening is unintended. Bad actors aren’t steering the ship. They are just making sure that no one else can, even when it’s headed for the rocks. https://mattstoller.substack.com/p/counterfeit-capitalism-why-a-monopolized?
Charles Hugh Smith:The Banality of (Financial) Evil
The financialized American economy and State are now totally dependent on a steady flow of lies and propaganda for their very survival. Were the truth told, the status quo would collapse in a putrid heap. Go ahead and be evil, because everyone else is evil, too, because being evil serves everyone’s interests far better than maintaining integrity, for integrity will cost you more than you can afford.
In other words, lying, fraud, embezzlement, misrepresentation of risk, material misrepresentation of facts, half-truths, the replacement of statements of fact with propaganda and spin: these are not the work of a scattered handful of sociopaths: they represent the very essence and heart of America’s economic status quo.
Tom Luonge, in good form, much condensed
COVID-9/11 is globalism’s last stand. It’s goal is explicitly to burn the world down to ‘build back better.’ I’m sure Davos asked both Xi and Putin many times to join the big club for the big win and they both said, “No.” This is where culture and history asserts itself…
So, the WEF is now accelerating its scorched earth strategy. It’s clearly using what leverage it has in U.S. institutions to expend the last of the U.S.’s political capital with diplomatic and geopolitical ‘gaffes’ that even an amateur wouldn’t make. When you see government policy an order of magnitude more incompetent than can be explained by internal squabbling and petty corruption, you are dealing with something willful…
The globalists need perpetual war in ‘shitholes’ around the world to keep laundering the easy Fed Funny Bucks to keep the entire Ponzi Scheme alive. With Afghanistan now off the table, where are we sending the military next to export inflation democracy?
But Powell, like the rest of them, know that globalism is failing and pushing any further for it will only accelerate the creation of what Vaclav Havel called “parallel systems.” Systems that exist outside of their control. So, I think he’s treading carefully here with monetary policy on purpose.
It’s Davos that is getting desperate. The more they grasp for total control the easier it becomes to see the Law of Unintended Consequences rearing its head as new solutions to age-old problems proliferate…
Because the final consequence of Cantillion’s observations about prices is that eventually you run out of ways to squeeze people through fear and inflation. When that happens they squeeze back. (Squeeze back better, heh, heh, heh…)September 14, 2021 at 12:37 pm #87128upstateNYerParticipant
Archie posted a link to a video of Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) losing it on the floor of the house late yesterday. If you missed it, I recommend going back and watching (only a few minutes long). It’s heartening.September 14, 2021 at 1:42 pm #87129Dr D RichParticipant
@ Mister Roboto.
Except the CDC DID define what they were counting as a “COVID” death and that was to combine deaths from 1. COVID 2. FLU and 3. Pneumonia as ONE category…COVID deaths.
And that “enhanced” C0VID total which hit 330,000 deaths by January 2021 barely accounts for half 2020’s increased death count.
So, I don’t think deflationista is correct.
However it would be useful for John Day or Doc Robinson to opine.
In other words, show me the Big Lie in the Big Stats.September 14, 2021 at 1:46 pm #87130
“Big Lie in the Big Stats”
Anything that comes out of their mouths. Question for everyone: In your life i’m sure you’ve stopped interacting with people who always try to take advantage of you and lie. Why do you still trust the top 1% in this country and the lower 9% that serve them?September 14, 2021 at 1:49 pm #87131
How many of all those deaths that the media likes to cite everyday to drum up more fear were due to only covid? Come on, i know some of you have looked at the stats 😉September 14, 2021 at 1:57 pm #87132zerosumParticipant
TAE and commentators are asking you to Focus
Am I being mislead, betray, cheat, dupe, entice, fool, lie, misinform?
Is this total deaths from all causes?
Low-vaccinated India has now 60% less Coronavirus deaths than the same week last year.
Mid-vaxxed US is up 39% from last year.
Highly-vaccinated Israel and Canada are up 100% and 200% respectively.
I don’t know why it’s so.
enhancement, amelioration, · boost, · heightening, · increase, · melioration, · strengthening, · upgrade, · uplift,
Questions and opinions are everywhere
Clearing up misinformation about the spike protein and COVID vaccines
Info is beyond our paychecks
Comparing transmission advantages it’s interesting to see that the growth rate seems to be higher in countries with higher vaccination rate Spain: advantage ~70% (left)
Switzerland: ~10% (right)
Could this be a vax escape lineage?
If I was a lab scientist, I’d take a close look at this lineage and study neutralising antibody titers. Any comments are very welcome! If you think there’s something fishy going on that could explain this, please comment!
https://github.com/cov-lineages/pango-designation/issues/215September 14, 2021 at 2:05 pm #87133D Benton SmithParticipant
I recommend that instead of Covid-19 Contact Tracing, that we instead implement psychopathic ant-social directives and propaganda tracing.
It would be useful and instructoive to see what the SPECIFIC (names named) Chain Of Command is on all of the bullshit that’s been pouring down through the channels of Power this past couple of years.September 14, 2021 at 2:08 pm #87134
Perhaps the same was happening here? I wouldn’t see why not, i mean everything else they did last year was so globally coordinated.September 14, 2021 at 2:34 pm #87135phoenixvoiceParticipant
His reason for not permitting his daughter to get the HPV vaccine is essentially the same reason that I didn’t give it to my own teens. The risk was significantly greater than their prior vaccinations. There was no guarantee that it would be for the correct strain. And I knew that It would be difficult for me to live if I authorized the vaccine and my child was damaged as a result. How could I look my child in the eye if he/she were harmed?
I’ve thought about that with the Covid vaccines. I’ve told my boys: it is six times more dangerous for you to get the vaccine than Covid.
Meanwhile, my ex’s GF’s father died of Covid last week. I wonder if he was vaxxed.September 14, 2021 at 3:23 pm #87136deflationistaParticipant
I’ve told my boys: it is six times more dangerous for you to get the vaccine than Covid.
This is not accurate. You could alleviate any anxiety in your boys by clearing up your misconceptions and explaining to them the actual risk:
The study was based solely on VAERS data. It states very clearly on the VAERS website the following disclaimer:
While very important in monitoring vaccine safety, VAERS reports alone cannot be used to determine if a vaccine caused or contributed to an adverse event or illness. The reports may contain information that is incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable. In large part, reports to VAERS are voluntary, which means they are subject to biases. This creates specific limitations on how the data can be used scientifically. Data from VAERS reports should always be interpreted with these limitations in mind.September 14, 2021 at 3:24 pm #87137zerosumParticipant
The greater the numbers of people that have vaccine negative effects, then ….
the greater the number people that will question, and suspect that those negative effects were due to
vaccines. (Even if it cannot be proven)September 14, 2021 at 3:25 pm #87138Doc RobinsonParticipant
“The vast majority of Scots now dying from Covid are fully vaccinated, figures show.”
Fact checkers used by Facebook say the “Claim That 80% Of COVID-19 Deaths Occurred Within The Vaccinated Population In Scotland Is Misleading,” and they filed this in the “Hoax Alert” section of their website.
The fact checkers admit that the math is correct, but they say the conclusions drawn from the numbers (that it’s “Further evidence proving the Covid-19 vaccination programme is a huge failure“) are “highly misleading”.
Although the article’s math is not wrong, the story is highly misleading because it does not address Scotland’s vaccination coverage. According to the latest figures, more than 91% of people over the age of 18 in Scotland had have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and more than 84% have had two doses. With such high coverage, it makes sense that most deaths would be among those vaccinated since most Scots are vaccinated.
Imagine, for example, if every single person in Scotland were vaccinated. In that case, 100% of COVID-19 deaths would be among those who had had the shot.
The fact checkers are missing the point that the numbers are evidence that the ‘vaccine’ effectiveness is too low for the vaccination programme to be considered a success.
For example, if the vaccines were 100% effective against death, then 0% of the Covid deaths would be vaccinated.
If the vaccines were 0% effective, then the split of deaths between vaxxed and unvaxxed would mirror the division in the population between vaxxed and unvaxxed (with some complications regarding age group differences.) For this simplified example let’s assume that 90% of the Scottish population are vaxxed, so with a 0% vaxx effectiveness, 90% of the Covid deaths would be vaxxed.
It’s clear that with the actual percentage of vaxxed deaths being in the 75-80% range (depending on partial or fully-vaxxed status), the ‘vaccine’ efficacy is closer to 0% than 100%. How much closer to 0% effective? A quick interpolation puts the ‘vaccine’ efficacy around 20% (or less).
100% effective would result in 0% of deaths being vaxxed.
With 90% of the population being vaxxed,
0% effective would result in 90% of deaths being vaxxed.
50% effective would result in (1.00-0.50)(90%) = 45% of deaths being vaxxed.
11% to 17% effective would result in 75-80% of deaths being vaxxed.September 14, 2021 at 3:30 pm #87139Doc RobinsonParticipant
@ Dr D Rich
I’ve wasted a lot of time in the past by trying to make the CDC’s numbers add up.
I’ll try to take a look at the 2020 mortality data this afternoon.September 14, 2021 at 3:40 pm #87140
‘Twenty years on from 9/11, the ‘War on Terror’ has morphed into a ‘war’ against the West’s own populations’:
“..The bombs may not have been falling on Western populations, as they did on Afghans, Libyans and Iraqis, but nevertheless I don’t think it’s hyperbolic at all to describe what‘s been going on these last 18 months as a kind of war. There’s certainly been relentless psychological warfare, designed to wear us down physically and mentally, with lockdowns and threat of further lockdowns being a key component in the new ‘Project Fear’..”
Seems to fit the facts quite well.September 14, 2021 at 3:54 pm #87141absolute galoreParticipant
deflationista wrote: This is not accurate. You could alleviate any anxiety in your boys by clearing up your misconceptions and explaining to them the actual risk:
Wow. Up to now,this person was just a mildly annoying douchebag. Crossed over into an arrogant prick with that one. Who the fuck are you to be giving someone advice on how to parent their children.September 14, 2021 at 4:14 pm #87144Dr. DParticipant
“ The financialized American economy and State are now totally dependent on a steady flow of lies and propaganda for their very survival. Were the truth told, the status quo would collapse in a putrid heap.”
Yes, it’s called “Price Discovery”. Bankruptcy. Capitalism. We might try it sometime.
Far as I can tell, the whole country is about to go dark, in communications if not actual power. I don’t see the people liking that much.
“laundering the easy Fed Funny Bucks to keep the entire Ponzi Scheme alive.”
I hadn’t thought of that. F-Stan was such a pure graft of such proportions stopping it is tantamount to ending a major bailout mechanism, like the $40B/mo. How long can they dodge that?
“Twenty years on from 9/11, the ‘War on Terror’ has morphed into a ‘war’ against the West’s own population”
Joe, Kamala and the boyz are saying this on microphones every day now. Annoying as it is, their only salvation is if the well-armed, well-antagonized Americans shoot the crap out of them that they so richly deserve. So, like MLK, we certainly CAN, but don’t.
As we won’t, we all wonder what they have cooked up for the 9/18 FBI-fest. Expect a 15:1 FBI:MAGA ratio, as word is spread universally not to attend. They’re fencing off the city again, and may plan a riot, a big ol’ fake shootout, or even an exciting jailbreak! Ya know: all Bastille-an-stuff.
Anyhoo, why bother? They have no money, no power, and no support. Every day a new mask-free stadium of 40,000 people yells “F Joe Biden” then goes home with no Covid cases. It’s far more efficient to say – as they did in Prohibition – “Why don’t you come make me?” Then sit home, grow your garden and smoke dope while polishing your AR. Oh wait, that was just the Army folks that won’t comply. But the rest of us can do that too.
The impression I get here is that they’ve pushed the Americans a little too far. What is that in all the old war movies where the American doesn’t commit, doesn’t want to get involved, backs away, until the fight is forced on him? Sort of the American way.
Shouldn’t be that much longer.September 14, 2021 at 4:15 pm #87145Polder DwellerParticipant
I think anyone who tries to justify jabbing children with an experimental gene therapy should be held jointly liable for any harm caused.
It’s all the rage, you know, and quite right too. Unqualified people (like politicians, for instance) telling (or worse forcing) people to get jabbed have to be prepared for the consequences as when harm is caused. Now it seems thatt Doctors for Covid Ethics have informed EU politicians that will be held liable for vaccine harm. That should shut the ******s up.September 14, 2021 at 4:18 pm #87146Dr. DParticipant
Free drinks for every Antifa member and communist tattoo you identify 9-18.
Judge Sullivan’s kids are sure to attend, red hats and all.
Hey, they found the DC Bomber! You hear? Yeah, had him on camera the whole time but never showed the pics on America’s Most Wanted. He had a super-nice cell phone too, but they can’t seem to find it in any of the 10,000 tower records. Nope, nope, nope. Total mystery. Total blackout. Just got no idea. Nobody knowd nothin’.September 14, 2021 at 4:38 pm #87147Susmarie108Participant
@John Day: thanks for linking to that great Charles Hugh Smith piece: The Banality of (Financial) Evil. Here’s the new CHS post today: The U.S. Economy In a Nutshell: When Critical Parts Are On “Indefinite Back Order,” the Machine Grinds to a Halt .
From the post: “The Federal Reserve can print trillions of dollars and the federal government can borrow and blow trillions of dollars, but neither can print or borrow supply chains, scarce skills, institutional depth or competence.”
So true. Is the ECONOMY taking center stage again?
From the excellent “Unintended Consequences” piece by Tom Luongo:
“So, the WEF is now accelerating its scorched earth strategy. It’s clearly using what leverage it has in U.S. institutions to expend the last of the U.S.’s political capital with diplomatic and geopolitical ‘gaffes’ that even an amateur wouldn’t make. When you see government policy an order of magnitude more incompetent than can be explained by internal squabbling and petty corruption, you are dealing with something willful.
…The Russians may be leading the way, if the polls are correct. Reject empire and ‘greatness,’ they are telling us. Our leadership is trying to shame us over Afghanistan. Don’t let them. Be contrite but internalize the lesson of humility and get back to work rebuilding what’s been lost. Opportunities for new systems abound.”
Opportunities for new systems on a local level abound! Take the Permaculture Principle #4. Apply Self-Regulation and Accept Feedback: The feedback can be found in my garage and closets. Understanding/owning my own consumption/saving habits is vitally important to improving and or creating change. For example, by analyzing and reevaluating the purpose/reason for holding on to so many “things”, I can let go of the excess. This includes reducing, reusing, recycling and regulating my abundance. It starts with me, in my own home first – by “Internalizing the lesson of humility” and getting back to work repairing/reviewing what’s been lost, forgotten and or misunderstood. Do I really need 3 mountain bicycles? First up – top to bottom, let go of the excess now.September 14, 2021 at 4:41 pm #87148NoiretteParticipant
Protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated …. is of course completely crazy.
But ppl believe in it, take it on board.
One guesses there are some media savvy types workers, behind the screens, spouting, … wow, oh ah whoo! crowing about their success..
On screen, keeping frozen yet amenable faces, wide open eyes.. discrete nods of the head to agree with whatever tale…and…it works!
So… Apparently the Bidadmin is indirectly encouraging or sparking civil unrest with one camp, the USA prof. middle class, aka régime apparachiks, hanging on by their finger-nails (15% of the economic top doing so-so but below that a tranche hopefuls who want to join are struggling badly), being positioned to loathe Deplorables, who, it is said, ‘reject’ modern science.
The Deplorables are just the lowly plebs (slaves in the past) who won’t embrace and comply with the new discriminatory barriers that are supposed to corral and control them, and others, even more strictly.
A typical class war phenomenon, with the moral and noble (precarious..) top guys and gals dissing the lowly refusniks who are… from stupid to ill-informed.. something like that,..
Encouraging internal strife is not a good move when facing decline or ‘enemies’ abroad. (China for ex.)September 14, 2021 at 4:44 pm #87149those darned kidsParticipant
i don’t think there’s been anything approaching communism in the united states since about 1927 or such.
a significant portion of the american public would benefit from something similar to cuba’s approach, especially if
the island nationboth peoples were allowed to flourish.
what is happening today in america is a combination of greedism, wtfism, and a whole lotta angerism, all adorned with a whole bunch of clichéisms brought to you by talking boxes and handheld hypnotizers.September 14, 2021 at 4:46 pm #87150
“Who the fuck are you to be giving someone advice on how to parent their children.”
Someone who loves slavery to corporations and .gov!September 14, 2021 at 4:46 pm #87151those darned kidsParticipant
I think anyone who tries to justify jabbing children with an experimental gene therapy should be held jointly liable for any harm caused.
I think anyone who tries to justify jabbing children with an experimental gene therapy should be considered unfit to be near children.September 14, 2021 at 5:03 pm #87152Susmarie108Participant
@Dr D: “Shouldn’t be that much longer.” Promise?
Anyhoo, I think the groundswell is just getting started. The mask-free stadium of 40,000 people yelling “F Joe Biden” is monumental (a monument of our own making). Enjoyed it immensely. I predict more episodes in the coming weeks.September 14, 2021 at 5:07 pm #87153citizenxParticipant
This is not accurate.
Deflatulance- do you identify as fully fucking retarded or as an annoying lying scum pos? Which is more accurate?
Yes this covid war being waged globally from the Western scum is the same as it ever was agenda- lie. cheat, steal, rape, murder, torture, control…all for their pleasure and profit.
This is not a Phony War 1939-40 style, nor a fake “Cold war”- it is hot and going to be hotter… No Ghandi movement will suffice, pitchforks will be handy for both Perma culture and true justice, good luck counting on the corrupt punitive legal system.
The masses in the NW have been fully indoctrinated, propagandized and brainwashed. They can no longer think for themselves and they parrot MSM/Govt/CDC/WHO lies verbatim without even understanding what they themselves are saying- They are incapable of realizing how much they are being controlled- no amount of reason, logic, data, historical patterns, human nature or “science” can get through to their selfish “obey” mindsets.
I will echo a big thank you to TAE for holding steady in truth and values.
The day when politeness and reason are transcended into direct action will be a bad day for “deflatulanceista” and a good day for the world.September 14, 2021 at 5:08 pm #87154
> Question for everyone: In your life i’m sure you’ve stopped interacting with people who always try to take advantage of you and lie. Why do you still trust the top 1% in this country and the lower 9% that serve them?them? <
A well posed question- and it baffles me, too. They haven’t been building out this police-surveillance state for forty-plus years for nothing..
Agree with the comment above that alternatives to the NWO will be targeted. That’s ok;
I’ll keep tending to my little garden, with the birds around as company. Love those ring-neck
Doves, and all the little birdies.September 14, 2021 at 5:14 pm #87155
Anecdote: on my wifi list, mine is now sandwiched between “ATTEVaxTdS” and “NSAVan”.
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