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WATCH: James Corbett on Derailing the Gates Agenda

Activist Post’s Spiro Skouris in conversation with James Corbett of the Corbett Report, discussing Bill Gate’s power, agenda, the second #ExposeBillGates day, and most importantly what we can do about it.

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argentine
argentine
Aug 13, 2020 11:59 PM

Gates is a Jew, kill him

Donna
Donna
Aug 13, 2020 3:48 PM

You can’t catch a virus. The germ theory is a lie and has made billionaires and many very sick! Unbelievable biology is a belief system now!

eZorro
eZorro
Aug 13, 2020 1:45 AM

No science or medical team has been able to isolate the SARS-CoV-2 virus, therefore the COVID-19 illness does NOT exist. I read through the medical papers claiming isolation & they don’t achieve isolation. Hence, they’re fraudulent!

This hoax is being perpetuated by the ruling class & corporate establishment to rob us of our wealth & rights. The COVID-19 tests are 0% accurate. Wake up!

Andy B
Andy B
Aug 12, 2020 7:52 AM

The Human Unleashed are a good bunch of guys who have been providing commentary on the agenda for months:

https://covidtruefacts.blogspot.com/2020/08/the-human-unleashed-chalking-deaths-up.html

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Aug 10, 2020 3:35 PM

You may be able to abolish cash, but you cannot abolish barter. Humans will always find a way to trade goods in ways they find acceptable and convenient.

You could easily barter 100lb of potatoes from a farmer for doing some repairs to their farmhouse. No cash would change hands, but trade would have happened.

You could easily trade teaching skills for tree surgery skills. All that needs to happen is that two folks agree on a value for the two services and find a way to equalise things up.

Nothing Bill Gates can do about that.

J Van
J Van
Sep 11, 2020 6:32 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

You are forgetting that there is still the antichrist to come, indwelt by satan himself. You can’t stand up to him without Jesus. But Jesus desperately wants a relationship with you and to save you but you do have to repent of sins and follow Him. He is wonderful tho!!! What a God that he would die for sinful people like us!!!! Rapture is coming soon!!!

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Aug 10, 2020 3:33 PM

What Bill Gates (and media authorities) don’t want you to know about vaccines. >

Video: Dr. Judy Mikovits and the Real Plague Infecting Humanity
August 9, 2020
https://www.globalresearch.ca/dr-judy-mikovits-real-plague-infecting-humanity/5720582

Please watch entire video, and disseminate widely.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Aug 10, 2020 3:19 PM

First recipients of new vaccines should be:

  1. The children and grandchildren of Bill Gates, George Soros and all the other Great Reset Oligarchs.
  2. All the MSM shills, including every single employee worldwide of CNN, the BBC, News Corporation, MSNBC etc etc.
  3. Every elected politician’s family who voted for these measures.
  4. The scientists pushing the vaccines.
  5. The financial services sector plugging penny stocks about to go stratospheric courtesy of ‘vaccine plays’.

These great vaccines must be tested on the nearest and dearest of their owners.

Mucho
Mucho
Aug 10, 2020 11:15 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Yes quite right, the most important people must be vaccinated first, we cannot afford to lose them to Covid1984, so we must “save them” from Covid

Mucho
Mucho
Aug 10, 2020 11:16 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Save them by injecting them with gentically modified monkey spunk, which is what they want to do to us

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Aug 10, 2020 2:54 PM
  1. If Gates thinks that ‘experts’ do not have agendas and thus are intrinsically trustworthy, then either he is a mentally subnormal cretin or he is a machiavellian liar. Either way, he clearly wants to shut down real debate.
  2. Of course Gates wants to shut down schools, so he can make education all digital, his business forte.
  3. CDC is not necessarily ‘the best in the world’, that is a mantra that all Americans always use about American things. The only objective analysis of US organisations can come from foreigners….
Brutally Remastered
Brutally Remastered
Aug 11, 2020 12:38 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Yes, quite. Just as Gates lauded the FDA as the “Gold Standard”. Fools gold that brought the USA and thus the world the obvious and odious poison of aspartame.

Simon
Simon
Aug 10, 2020 10:13 AM

Fake Tests = Fake Cases = Fake Reasons For Lockdowns – Mass Murder Of The Elderly – David Icke Dot-Connector Videocast (Please share – BANNED BY TWITTER)

https://davidicke.com/2020/08/06/fake-tests-fake-cases-fake-lockdowns-mass-murder-of-the-elderly-david-icke-dot-connector-videocast-please-share-to-beat-censorship/

Doug Stillborn
Doug Stillborn
Aug 10, 2020 4:56 AM

Gates is the new Hitler.
He killed so many dreams.

Simon
Simon
Aug 10, 2020 12:16 PM
Reply to  Doug Stillborn

It never was about Hitler. It was the general public who brought in Hitler. Pointing at Gates is no different than pointing at the supposed virus. It is the general public who choose sickness and institute totalitarianism. It is they that put masks on their heads and choose to listen to the most sinister media organisations without a care for even their own ‘family’ or ‘friends’.
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/terrain/lost_history_of_medicine.htm

Doug Stillborn
Doug Stillborn
Aug 10, 2020 12:35 PM
Reply to  Simon

Someone mentioned how they mock you that you’re powerless. The sickness runs way too deep in the us. Its palpable. Take it from a foreigner who camr here to study back in 97. Kids from elite colleges their minds warped with feminism and generations who degenerated since the depression. Europeans always seemed matter of fact grounded. And now the millenials are collectively all just legions of psychopaths. I can go into it deep but whats the point. Your reply said it all. Well put.

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 2:45 PM
Reply to  Simon

It isn’t really even something which the general public choose. It’s sheer ignorance, partly caused by not paying attention while at school, and partly caused by a modern education system which, apparently deliberately, does not encourage people to think. The scars of the latter last for life.
Ask the average person how they would describe the act of thinking, and perfect ignorance of their own mind would be revealed.

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 2:14 AM

I read this today, from Dr. (Med) Michaela Glöckner of the General Anthroposophical Society in Switzerland. The people involved with this society are not political activists, but they clearly work at keeping their eyes open:
[Without wanting to stoke fear, there is one thing that I do wish to emphasize. It is something that Joseph Weizenbaum – who helped build up practically the entire computer industry in the USA, and who played a pivotal role in the development of the computer – said in 1984 (Orwell year) in an interview in Germany. It is printed in a small book that is still very relevant today, entitled “Kurs auf den Eisberg” (On course for the Iceberg – the responsibility of the individual under the dictatorship of technology, 1993) And even back then in 1984, the interviewer asks whether or not computerization and digitalization is an enormous facilitator of the surveillance state, the Orwellian State.
And Weizenbaum answers:
“Of course it is. We’ve been working systematically towards this goal, for only with the computer is total surveillance possible.” Then Weizenbaum says:
“But – and this is a big but – we should realize that mankind has managed to create the most appalling surveillance states even without a computer.”
He says that he would not be concerned about the future of computers and the surveillance state, if humans were to have sufficient morality. Because, then they would be able to employ the technology in a good way and use it to defend democratic values. Weizenbaum says very succinctly: “The ‘appalling’ version of the computer-driven surveillance state will primarily be a consequence of human beings who no longer wish to defend their freedoms and no longer take any interest in their freedom.”]

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 10, 2020 12:04 PM
Reply to  wardropper

This is the core truth: the more comfortable societies have been seduced by convenience over conscience, and that is largely why we are all in this fix, together.

Perhaps our help will be in the coming discomfort.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 10, 2020 12:11 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

Hunter S. Thompson gave us his sardonic take on the kind of American Dream that Reagan pitched to a television-addicted populace: “America…just a nation of 200 million used car salesmen, with all the money we need to buy guns and no qualms at all about killing anybody else in the world who tries to make us uncomfortable.”

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 2:36 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

Perhaps… But it would be rather typical of modern times for our “representatives” to go on smiling while WE endure the coming discomfort…

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 3:26 PM
Reply to  wardropper

I should add that Dr. Glöckner’s comments were in response to general questions from the membership about Covid and its significance.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 11:29 PM

I found this lurking deep in youtube. As you can see, it has been there for 2 years. Yet the view count is low and there has been no comments for 2 years. Which is strange considering what’s supposedly going on now. People being ill is a big business for a small percentage of fat cats.Ergo, cured people are just taking up space without being of any use.

It’s a Spiro interview with a doctor talking about medicine, vaccines in particular, and pharmaceutical industries. So, screw Google and it’s slippery algorithms. Here’s the short cut.

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 9, 2020 9:55 PM

Gates on the scale of the return on his money for vaccines:

Antonym
Antonym
Aug 10, 2020 3:30 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Bill Gates isn’t into health because of more money or power: maybe fame.

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 3:00 PM
Reply to  Antonym

He’s just another one of those bored narcissists who are gradually falling out of love with their own existence. There is little left after that experience, so it probably boils down to, “might as well destroy the world before I die”, sort of thing…
And behind Gates, Murdoch, Trump, Clinton and the rest is something even worse. Something which knows what they are, and which finds them very useful.
Normal people, of course, don’t go into such things. It’s too creepy. But a decent education system really ought to familiarize them with their worst enemy.
That’s why the old fairy tales are so crucial to healthy childhood development, and why a highly intelligent person like Jordan Peterson often resorts to their imagery. They are not – as some people try to distract us by having us believe they are – brainwashing tools used to create stereotypical concepts of good and bad for some ulterior political purpose. They correspond to the realities we all have to deal with in our lives, and they have their origins in a folk wisdom which is far older than H. C. Andersen and the Grimm brothers.

Carey
Carey
Aug 9, 2020 9:43 PM

New from CJ Hopkins- ‘Invasion of the New Normals’: well, you’ll have to search, because *again* I’m not “allowed” (Mmm) to post the link.. sorry.

Jesus
Jesus
Aug 9, 2020 8:54 PM

It is amazing ot me that you host this CIA shill.

wardropper
wardropper
Aug 10, 2020 2:39 PM
Reply to  Jesus

Learn to type a short sentence without a typo, and we’re listening…

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 8:10 PM

I don’t know how people feel about Chris Anderson or his platform TED. The jury’s out here.It’s surviving on youtube so far which doesn’t bode well. That aside, he interviewed Gates back in March, just after it was agreed that the deal was to try and convince the developed world it was under attack from a virus.

This interview is worth consideration as it doesn’t seem to have been controlled by Gates in advance.The questions are ones we’d ask. Gates answers are revealing. Revealing of him and the consortium he’s heading.Not of genuine truth.

Gates, in one of his frequent psychic sittings had said, on February 28th that we :

”You wrote that this could be the once-in-a-century pandemic that people have been fearing.”

Anderson asked if he still thought that *Incidentally- were you fearing it ? Or was the fear only being promoted by Gates et al in the hope we all would*

Gates replied :

“Well, it’s awful to say this but, we could have a respiratory virus whose case fatality rate was even higher. If this was something like smallpox, that kills 30 percent of people. So this is horrific,”

His default response.Ask him about climate change- he’ll say that again.

Soon after, he gets to the bottom line.Business and payment. So ‘philanthropic’ of him.

”“It is really tragic that the economic effects of this are very dramatic. I mean, nothing like this has ever happened to the economy in our lifetimes. But … bringing the economy back and doing [sic] money, that’s more of a reversible thing than bringing people back to life. So we’re going to take the pain in the economic dimension, huge pain, in order to minimize the pain in disease and death dimension.”

Bill gets invited to a lot of fun parties.

Regardless of the lack of money the world will have as this invisible plague of vultures eats it’s way through the economy of everyone and everywhere, Gates continues by adding that :

 ”a large team are moving fast to test anti-virals, vaccines and other therapeutics and to bring them to market as quickly as possible.”

The accelerator ( investment ) was launched March 10 with approximately $125 million in seed funding. Three days later Gates left Microsoft.

Anderson then asked a question that some of the sharper observers wanted an answer to. By that I mean those who watched Boris Johnson playing with his mask and telling the media arm of the party that anyone refusing vaccinations is a lunatic.Well, many were wondering – as lunatics- why someone who had contracted, suffered, battled with, then defeated the dreaded virus would need either a mask or a vaccine, given that he would now have the ant bodies in his blood.And he would represent all others who had recovered( 95% ) who also had the magic blood.Wouldn’t that be the answer ? Take the blood and make the cure ?

Your move, Bill :

“I heard you mention that one possibility might be treatments from the serum, the blood serum of people who had had the disease and then recovered. So I guess they’re carrying antibodies,”

Exactly.So why not get to it ?

 Gates continued, he and his colleagues have dismissed that possibility because it’s :

“fairly complicated – compared to a drug we can make in high volume, you know, the cost of taking it out and putting it back in probably doesn’t scale as well.”

There you go. Smoking gun ? Red Flag ? Smoking flag ? Red Gun ?Bullshit ?

But Bill hadn’t finished.He had the spade and couldn’t stop digging :

”We don’t want to have a lot of recovered people…” ( yes you read that right).

He continued to dig :

”To be clear, we’re trying – through the shut-down in the United States – to not get to one percent of the population infected. We’re well below that today, but with exponentiation, you could get past that three million [people or approximately one percent of the U.S. population being infected with COVID-19 and the vast majority recovering]. I believe we will be able to avoid that with having this economic pain.”

Tadaaah. Gotcha William. Where have we heard that rationale before ? Ahh yes, another TED talk….

Bill once explained, way back when, that the 7 billion population was problematic due to illnesses being spread, hunger blah blah, s on ad s forth.. and that he and his foundation( CIA) had the answer.Not another ‘final solution’ , Bill,surely. He claimed that he could reduce( yes-reduce) it by 2 billion using a vaccine programme.The philanthropist strikes again.Clearly he and the rest of the world have different dictionaries.Shortly after there were a lot of deaths in Africa and India.In the same place his foundation had set up camp.

‘The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – which has an endowment of $52 billion – has given more than $2.4 billion to the World Health Organization (WHO) since 2000, according to a 2017 Politico article. (While over the same time frame countries have reduced their contributions to the world body, particularly after the 2008-2009 depression, and now account for less than one-quarter of the WHO’s budget.) The WHO is now coordinating approximately 50 groups around the world that are working on candidate vaccines against COVID-19.’

No kidding- really. Well I never. We’re stunned etc.

‘The Politico article quotes a Geneva-based NGO representative as saying Gates is :

 “treated liked a head of state, not only at the WHO, but also at the G20,” and that Gates is one of the most influential people in global health.’

Not bad for a nerdy kid who was the school geek (who also happened to be the son of a father who’s family mission was to depopulate the planet).Who needs medical school when you have money and connections..

Video and link here :

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/did-bill-gates-just-reveal-real-reason-behind-lock-downs

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 9, 2020 6:47 PM

Openly trialing their sophistry techniques to find which will be most effective in getting the public to accept the vaccine:

https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04460703?term=Vaccine

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 10, 2020 3:10 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Beware Snake Oil salesman, as American as the Wild West and its carnivals, and probably more toxic.

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 5:52 PM

@Kathlee96724497

Replying to
@BreesAnna
I met a lady yesterday who knew someome who works for SAGE. They had told her the masks were introduced to discourage us as they were afraid we were going to riot. Thank you Anna for all you are doing.#KBF #Keep Britain Free

can’t verify it, but …..

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 2:56 PM

TO THE EDITORS: I am a bit worried because comments of mine containing actual information related to the country I live in invariably await for approval”.
Could you reassure me its just a technical issue.
Thanks.

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:19 PM
Reply to  hope

Same here yesterday, with my comments criticising the virulent anti-American and anti-Israeli bigotry so common on this forum. Worse: all my early comments disappeared, while later ones as innocuous as ‘can I post now ’ were awaiting approval. So far today they are going up no problem…

Admin1
Admin
Admin1
Aug 9, 2020 5:27 PM
Reply to  NicS

I believe you emailed us about this and I sent you a reply several hours ago – perhaps you didn’t receive it? Your comment certainly implies as much

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 8:28 PM
Reply to  NicS

Do you not agree with free speech then..

Admin1
Admin
Admin1
Aug 9, 2020 5:25 PM
Reply to  hope

Yes it is a technical issue – dozens of innocent comments are being thrown into the spam folder for some reason – all we can do is fish them out when we see them

Toppy
Toppy
Aug 9, 2020 11:28 PM
Reply to  Admin1

Bullshit you are censoring.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 10, 2020 3:15 AM
Reply to  Toppy

Hey, take it easy. You new here? About one out of 5 to ten of mine get flagged that way, but they’ve all been posted.

Take a breath or two before you start that whole potty mouth rigamarole. You might be even more pleased later, too, if you do.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 2:29 PM

Given on this site, people are concerned about the vaccine, I thought I should share the following info. I asked someone senior closely associated to producing one of them, what stage they were at. The reply was: ” My impression is we will have the first results of the efficient of the most advanced ones towards the autumn, and that if they work, we can think of a distribution early 2021.”

Seaweed
Seaweed
Aug 9, 2020 2:38 PM
Reply to  hope

But if there isn’t a virus, as they havn’t isolated one to prove it exists, what exactly in the vaccine they’ll have ready for distribution in a few months time..?

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 2:50 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

I fully agree with you. All I wanted to know is the schedule. Confronting someone like this person who is unquestioningly their ”master’s voice” is useless. It would bring me greater trouble than Ive already faced, would not serve any purpose, and I would lose any possibility of knowing the evolving schedule. For I sure want to be away from any reach of the vaccine if it ever comes to be made mandatory.

At least this tells us that we might have until the end of the year to try and make sure that at least vaccine agenda is dropped, and we may not need to make plans to protect ourselves straight away.

Seaweed
Seaweed
Aug 9, 2020 3:55 PM
Reply to  hope

Thanks for finding out more info, I understand how difficult it is. It’s the mandatory bit that is so scary, or even if it isn’t mandatory at first, I worry for all those people who will be manipulated and bullied into having it who are too intimidated or lack the correct info to say no. It’s criminal.

At school in English class we started reading 1984 and it was the first book at school I carried on reading when I got home, I couldn’t put it down and finished it in about 3 days. At that time a stray kitten turned up and we kept him and he was named Georgie after George Orwell.

I can’t believe now I’m living in such a society, but looking back I can see the steady, sometimes subtle, sometimes blatant, brainwashing, no wonder I’ve been confused and never really understood a lot of the society around me, my intuitions were right all a long to question it.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 5:13 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

Indeed Seaweed, I understand you. Its because of people like you who have kept the flame of humanity alive that there has always been hope and that we’re still here after thousands of years, and we’re slowly advancing towards a greater harmony despite set backs like the current ones. As long as some like you continue to just maintain their values and common sense, I think we’ll pull through.

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:29 PM
Reply to  hope

Believing history has a direction or purpose is comforting but unproven. But there’s always a purpose for those wanting to stop injustice.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 6:16 PM
Reply to  NicS

Well it is proven: we have gone from a consciousness limited to possibly small family units to the tribe, to the village, and so on and so forth. That feeling of unity has only kept growing: this does not mean that forces of division have not tried to break it, but we’ve come a long way to now have a consciousness encompassing the entirety of humankind. Evidently the counter-forces want to break that, globalization is a distortion of that feeling of unity behind the essential diversity, as its purely oriented towards profit maximization and uniformizes, and what we are seeing now is the ultimate divisive forces in action: put us all against one other, stop us relating to one other in a normal human way.
But we’ll pull through this ultimate divisiveness Im sure.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 9, 2020 10:14 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

It might not be ‘mandatory’ but, in the same way that constructive dismissal from a job is when one is forced to resign because work is deliberately made intolerable, so there will be constructive coercion to have the vaccine – without a permit confirming vaccination, permission will be denied to travel by any form of public transport, enter public buildings, attend public events, seek certain employment, go in certain shops, hospitality venues and banks etc etc the list is endless. So, no, not mandatory but life will be made unlivable without it.

Janie Doebuck
Janie Doebuck
Aug 13, 2020 7:25 AM
Reply to  JudyJ

I think we need to drop the word “mandatory” and start referring to it as “coerced vaccination” .

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:26 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

Maybe your assumption of no virus is reckless. Chinese researchers in Wuhan isolated various deadly coronaviruses from bats as long ago as 2012, as this report in Nature shows:
“Isolation and characterization of a bat SARS-like coronavirus that uses the ACE2 receptor”
That ‘ACE2 receptor’’ part means they sought viruses that would transmit directly to humans.

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature12711?fbclid=IwAR13dLP-B4mOYlfWlwkl9Ciys5jaHmUeenjgQjjkbp0cwPVWuSOBrHYk9SA

paul
paul
Aug 9, 2020 7:08 PM
Reply to  NicS

I think the author of virus mania dealt with this in the Off-Guardian article of June 27 “COVID19 PCR Tests are Scientifically Meaningless – Though the whole world relies on RT-PCR to “diagnose” Sars-Cov-2 infection, the science is clear: they are not fit for purpose”Torsten Engelbrecht and Konstantin Demeter
There is a case being prepared for a legal challenge on tye Coronavirus Act after a request was put to the governmemt asking if the SARS-2 virus had been identified and isolated. They did not reply to the request

The same group sent an FoI request to the Canadian authorities asking the same question. I believe they replied thay had no information to that effect/

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 8:29 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

My guess ? it won’t be a vaccine for anything.It will be some other muck. They’ll just start reporting mass drops in covid cases to make us buy that it worked..

Angela Woodhouse
Angela Woodhouse
Aug 10, 2020 5:09 PM
Reply to  Seaweed

That is the question.But will there be an answer-a true and complete answer-or will the Despots’ mind control have reached the awesome heights where they just don’t need to bother with such trivia?

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:21 PM
Reply to  hope

“We need to wake up to a simple truth. Although there are a more than a dozen vaccines against viruses, only ONE virus has ever been eliminated from the world – smallpox – and that took 15 years of highly coordinated international efforts.”
Stefan Molyneux on Gabb (the world’s most popular philosopher now banned from Twitter).

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 6:23 PM
Reply to  NicS

Who told you smallpox was eradicated by a vaccine. Have you actually read the details of Jenner’s work, and subsequent developments, and all the details of the evolution of the disease… Well I have had to for my book, read historical documents line by line, read the scientific or not so scientific arguments about the vaccine… And you’d be surprised. I certainly was. I have to agree that I as a
scientist trained in one of the world’s top unis and who has worked 20 years in top institutions, had never veritably questioned (well none of this was connected to my own work) any of the premises we were just told, i.e. the dogmas we were fed, whether it be in physics, or in biology.

I began writing the book with the usual thesis that science somehow does harm, mainly because of its unthought applications, and imagine my surprise while writing this book to learn that what I thought was science was actually a dogma on the whole, that even basic assertions were not experimentally grounded.
So I both discovered how beautiful and indeed more than essential science is, when it is truly science, but the problem comes because its distorted into its exact opposite, a dogma that speaks in its name, but has nothing scientific about it.

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 1:51 PM

ADMIN
why doesn’t OffG have a ready made thread for update comments on the lockdown lottery? To avoid disrupting other titled articles I have to scurry about looking for somewhere appropriate to post stuff – this risks items not being read and ideas/ thoughts/plans being missed – what say you OG??

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 1:48 PM

“What’s truly surprising is just how recent the theory behind lockdown and forced distancing actually is. So far as anyone can tell, the intellectual machinery that made this mess was invented 14 years ago, and not by epidemiologists but by computer-simulation modelers. It was adopted not by experienced doctors – they warned ferociously against it – but by politicians” 

https://www.aier.org/article/the-2006-origins-of-the-lockdown-idea/

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 1:40 PM
JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 9, 2020 5:47 PM
Reply to  bob

Thanks for the link, bob. Yep, I was there and the young lady was inspirational. It’s a shame the camera didn’t take a shot of the whole crowd to show that there was a pretty good turnout. I see on Twitter that a number of people are suggesting joint North West rallies rather than distinct Manchester/Liverpool/Preston ones. Maybe that’s why the Government is instituting city lockdowns – they are fearful of the impact of mass opposition.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 9, 2020 1:37 PM

MORE ANGLES ON THE BOGEYMAN BUG, COMING BROADCAST:

WEDNESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 12

12-1 Dave Emory, For the Record #1138 – Bio-Psy-Op Apocalypse Now, Part 10: Bad Medicine”
(July 16, 2020)

Continuing discussion about drug treatments for, and vaccines to prevent, Covid-19, this program sets forth information about the ongoing professional massaging of Gilead Sciences’ anti-viral remdesivir. Only modestly successful against SARS Cov-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19), remdesivir has been propelled to the forefront of treatment regimens for the pandemic.
Of particular interest are the circumstances surrounding the CDC’s closure of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases. The USAMRIID-located at Ft. Detrick-had hosted Gilead Sciences’ animal trials of remdesivir. Remdesivir was developed to combat Ebola, and was a failure in its initial professional iteration.

In March of 2019, rhesus macaques were infected with Ebola at the USAMRIID as part of a project to allow remdesivir to be marketed as an Ebola treatment without meeting the professional standards of human testing. ” . . . This agreement was made possible through a 2018 Natural History Study (NHS) of Ebola virus conducted by USAMRIID in close collaboration with Gilead Sciences, Inc., the sponsor of remdesivir development . . .”

Many of the safety violations cited by the CDC in its critique of USAMRIID safety and security procedures concerned “non-human primates” infected with one or more “select agents” that were not named. The term “select agent” refers to a pathogen being used in laboratory procedures. Whether the “select agent” was Ebola, and whether the safety lapses were in connection with the remdesivir/rhesus monkey trials was not disclosed.

” . . . . Several of the laboratory violations the CDC noted in 2019 concerned ‘non-human primates’ infected with a ‘select agent’, the identity of which is unknown – it was redacted in all received documents, because disclosing the identity and location of the agent would endanger public health or safety, the agency says. In addition to Ebola, the lab works with other deadly agents like anthrax and smallpox. . . ..”

If, for the sake of argument, SARS-CoV-2 research was indeed taking placing there was a very real risk of it escaping.

Remdesivir failed in its human trials as a treatment for Ebola: ” . . . . The antiviral drug remdesivir, made by Gilead, underperformed ZMapp. . . . Remdesivir and ZMapp have been dropped from the trial. . . .”

Following that dismal performance against Ebola, Gilead Sciences recast remdesivir as a broad spectrum antiviral, a marketing approach that has led to the drug being authorized to treat Covid-19.
In that professional reincarnation, it demonstrated altogether modest success in Covid-19 trials that were professionally criticized and which were badly skewed from a methodological standpoint.

After a tightening of professional methodological standards at the USAMRIID, it was disclosed that most of the institution’s operatives are private contractors! From the standpoint of institutional security, the broad use of private contractors renders USAMRIID subject to penetration by any number of potential miscreants. ” . . . . ‘A majority of our laboratory workers are contractors-putting teeth in the contracts to ensure they’re following the shalls, wills and musts are things we’ve done in the interim,’ said [Brigadier General Mike] Talley. . . .”

As noted in past programs, Gilead Sciences is very well-connected professionally, with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (among other political luminaries) serving on its board of directors. Rumsfeld was chairman of the board from 1997 until he left in 2001 to become George W. Bush’s Secretary of Defense. The firm’s stock has been heavily invested in by hedge funds, including Robert Mercer’s Renaissance Technologies. Gilead Sciences’ stock has been a major driver of the stock market’s performance.

Several years into his tenure at the Pentagon, Rumsfeld made a killing on the sale of Gilead Sciences’ stock, which rose exponentially in value following its development of Tamiflu as a treatment for H5N1 avian flu. ” . . . .

For a complete, detailed, annotated, written description of the program:
http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-1138-bio-psy-op-apocalypse-now-part-10-bad-medicine/

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:38 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

You don’t mention the gigantic motivation for Gilead to discredit off-patent HCQ ($11 per patient treated, vs $3000+ per patient with ineffective Remdesivir). Gilead is accused of sponsoring the Lancet research smearing HCQ, which was exposed and rapidly withdrawn about a week after publication. However, the WHO seems unaware of this scandal and still uses it to warn against HCQ, thus endangering hundreds of 1000s of lives. You may enjoy this careful work exposing the ‘21bn reasons to discredit HCQ’ here:

https://omnij.org/Gilead:_Twenty-one_billion_reasons_to_discredit_hydroxychloroquine_(ORIGINAL_ARTICLE)

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 1:32 PM
Mytea
Mytea
Aug 9, 2020 1:25 PM

If you are arguing there is a pathogenic virus then it makes total sense to wear masks and stop using cash etc. What doesn’t make sense is to take a position against the measures whilst supporting the justification for the measures. That just makes you look uncaring and unreasonable. Is there actually any evidence of health benefits from not using cash? If not then the whole germ theory is dead in the water. There is copious amount of germs even ones that can be isolated found on cash. If cashless payment users arnt clearly healthier then what basis is there to believe in a new virus when the old ones didn’t effect health outcomes? If there was evidence they would be using it claiming cashless users had 50% fewer colds and flus than cash users for example. Instead the only claim they make is they can detect germs on cash. This is because there is no health benefit from using cashless payments and the germ theory is false.

Jan J
Jan J
Aug 9, 2020 3:29 PM
Reply to  Mytea

One of the big institutions(think it was CDC) admitted that there had not been a single recorded incident where physical cash had been found as the cause for transmission of COV SARS2.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 9, 2020 11:45 AM

Meanwhile in America the bribe money to behave continues….

“The orders will give a payroll tax holiday to Americans earning less than $100,000 a year. A second order will “protect people from eviction,” Trump said. 
A third order will extend unemployment benefits, giving Americans out of jobs $400 a week on top of the unemployment benefits they would have been entitled to before the pandemic, which is a decrease from the previous $600 per week benefit Democrats were looking to extend through the end of the year.”

Keep them pacified and docile. Perhaps the forthcoming vaccine will have similar effects. Huxley called it Soma.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 12:27 PM
Reply to  Grafter

Trump knows that if he doesn’t look after America’s unemployed the country will see millions upon millions of Americans out on the streets and the real prospect of civil unrest or even civil war, which reflects badly on him and on the fragile lie that is the American Dream.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 1:15 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Absolutely. The American dream…

”Land of the free. Home of the slave…”

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 7:11 PM
Reply to  JohnEss

only in when you’re asleep

May Hem
May Hem
Aug 9, 2020 10:52 PM
Reply to  JohnEss

That’s ‘land of the FEE. home of the slave’.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 2:42 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

It didn’t finish Obama off.And it made Clinton a billionaire hero who is above the law. Trump cares about the unemployed as much as the Nazis cared for theirs.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 10, 2020 3:19 AM
Reply to  JuraCalling

He’s pretty blatant about it too, but still so many I know like him? Must be a Nazi Thing? Beats me!

NicS
NicS
Aug 9, 2020 5:49 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

You offer no evidence for your hostile interpretation. Is this a case of TDS skewing your judgement? It could also be that Trump is bypassing a hostile Congress which is blocking aid for political gain, and he’s signed 4 executive orders in order to help ordinary Americans survive, because he actually cares about working people (and knows grateful voters will reciprocate, obviously).

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 5:55 PM
Reply to  NicS
Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Aug 9, 2020 5:11 PM
Reply to  Grafter

Trump has apparently been called a “socialist” for pushing ahead with a policy to substantially reduce drug prices. This is obviously incorrect since it’s really just a cynical “populist” move to keep the plebs happy.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 11:24 AM

I have more respect for the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, and his refusal to impose a brutal lockdown on his country’s citizens in exchange for a World Bank bribe, than for all of the UK’s and United States’ politicians combined.

Predictably, the world’s media are demonising him and siding with fascism.

Paul
Paul
Aug 9, 2020 1:21 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Surely the question people should be asking is why the World Bank offered this bribe and how many others have accepted the bribe.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 4:48 PM
Reply to  Paul

Lockdowns serve multiple functions:

To induce mass emotional and physical suffering in order to force surrender and acceptance to lifelong vaccines and surveillance

To induce mass suicides and premature deaths. In effect erasing the weak and the sick so as to remove a tier of humans who are unable to produce profits for the ruling class (care home deaths)

As propaganda to justify the need for vaccines

To destroy small and medium businesses for the ruling class for their ‘smash and grab’ plunder

To direct the flow of wealth upwards

To destroy the working, middle classes and millionaires leaving only the billionaires

To usher in the New World Order (fascism).

G J Ceaser
G J Ceaser
Aug 9, 2020 3:03 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

There is an excellent exchange of information in this community due to posters like you. I hadn’t heard about the Belarus case, but had you heard of what happened in Burundi when the Prez bucked the trend?
And then Australia and the World Bank teamed up to shovel cash in the direction of Vietnam because COVID. (Vietnam have just clocked their 11th death according to WorldoMeter, but they are locking down like the best of them). Strangely, I haven’t heard a peep from Australia’s national broadcaster about this wonderful act of generosity which may possibly just be an ‘encouragement’ to keep wrecking the economy to usher in a re-structuring beneficial to certain interest groups…

It really is the gold or the lead isn’t it?

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 3:11 PM
Reply to  G J Ceaser

Thank you. Yes, I’m dismayed to see Vietnam surrender to the global lockdown mafia (UN, WHO, WEF, Pharma, World Bank etc..) like a collapsing house of cards, especially after their historical struggles for self determination.

I don’t know about Burundi.

This is a coordinated global fascist attack.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 10:53 AM

Reading Gezzah Pott’s post below, and given my own experience of one of the toughest lockdown imposed so far, I would like to tell those who have had such unfortunate experiences or may have in the future, not to be hard on themselves. I was sure that because I understood what was really going on, because I was able to analyse the data, given its what I usually do, because Ive always thought Im pretty tough and had come out unscathed from taking stands against various corruption issues, I had not realised that the extent of the abnormality of lockdowns, of having to since live with the Damocles sword of
measures, one day relaxed, the next day again toughened, with absolutely no idea when I can go to the places I need/would like to go to for work and personal reasons, given the nightmare of traveling and borders still unopened or when they are requiring you comply to rules I do not wish to comply with, can actually take a toll…

You can develop obsessions or addictions to telephoning or emailing. You are one instant feeling up beat, the next depressed. And you literally start craving for human company (I live alone since I lost the person I was closest to 2 years ago), I simply started craving to touch another human being amid all the measures that prevent you from doing so.
And you begin to behave out of character. Ive been lucky that since then Im slowly beginning to meet other posters on or readers of the OffG site (this site has literally kept me alive, and possibly they and other such sites dont realise how important they are, not just because they are giving the proper news, but the social and psychological role they are also performing, and hence would like to thank them) in real life, or at least with some corresponding privately or even talking over the phone (given in my case all former acquaintances and friends have gone into some extensive delusion which appears to be lasting, so every time I try reconnecting with them the conversations are too unnerving).

I know how much they are also finding it hard, and are reacting out of character, some are conscious of it, others less. I have no idea if it was like that in times of war, but Im amazed how quickly with some we have become close in a matter of weeks. Usual behavioural boundaries are transgressed. All in all dont be afraid if you see yourself behaving in ways that are different from usual. In abnormal times, to survive, one does behave abnormally. Even those who think their lives have not been too affected, remember we are all living a 1/2 life, even where the measures may not be as stringent, if only the usual activities, the usual human mobility may no longer be possible in the usual human way (would you go to a gym class and wear a mask throughout?! would you go to a museum by making prior appointments and wearing masks? and so on and so forth).

At least those of us who realise what is going on, we are only affected superficially: i.e. we regain some normalcy once we can find slightly more congenial living conditions, but those who have bought the narrative, they are being affected in their inner self. Recovering from that will indeed be tough.

Paul
Paul
Aug 9, 2020 1:30 PM
Reply to  hope

I think we can all relate to feeling alone because of this and it’s been fantastic to read the comments on here knowing that we don’t feel alone.

Sites like Off Guardian and UK Column have no idea just how grateful a lot of people are to them for actually having the backbone to challenge the authorities and examine to see if what they are telling the public stands up to scrutiny.

And the official narrative was picked apart strand by strand with factual evidence and the politicians, media and technocrats exposed for what they are.

This is what investigative journalism is and it’s nice to see it’s still alive despite the attempts to discredit them.
You guys are the unsung heroes and please keep up the great work.

Moni
Moni
Aug 9, 2020 7:43 PM
Reply to  Paul

Yes yes and yes! Sending much love and positive vibes to off-G community! I truly hope we can all meet for a hug one day.

Janie Doebuck
Janie Doebuck
Aug 13, 2020 7:39 AM
Reply to  hope

suggest you take a look at this video which compares the current situation “…to the torture & coercion on Prisoners of War, …. what we are being put through with the virus response is a near perfect parallel to the Amnesty International definition of torture & Bidermans ‘Chart of Coercion.’https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yk3xezML8Q;

It’s one of the most interesting and provocative analyses I’ve seen of the corona psy-op

bob
bob
Aug 9, 2020 9:55 AM

March & demo London 29th August – Doctors Protest

https://twitter.com/TheFreePeopleA1/status/1292047586128531456/photo/1

JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 9, 2020 11:20 AM
Reply to  bob

Looks very promising. Would certainly hope that a good number of UK doctors and medics respond to the call for action, but I am not confident of that. I must try not to be defeatist! The organisers are calling for members of the public to attend from all over the country.

J.R
J.R
Aug 9, 2020 11:57 AM
Reply to  JudyJ

I got excited yesterday when I saw a headline mentioning NHS staff out protesting across the country, then I saw that they were actually protesting because they want to be be paid more. They want a pay rise for being complicit in the murder of thousands of people. They want a pay rise for doing f all for months on end while people suffered and died because the NHS and it’s staff were more concerned with protecting themselves than protecting their patients. It honestly made me sick to my stomach. We desperately need doctors and nurses to stand up and speak out against what’s happening but once again all they can think about is me me me.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 9, 2020 12:17 PM
Reply to  J.R

They want a pay rise for doing f all for months on end…

You’re being grossly unfair, JR. Just think of all that time and effort that went into making all those TikTok videos. 😀

I shall just repeat what I have posted previously. My neighbour is a nurse at a ‘busy’ major hospital in North Wales. Over the past five months she has gone to work for a total of, as I’m feeling generous, about three weeks (no call out, just three separate weeks of attendance). The rest of the time she has been on fully paid ‘standby’ (well it wouldn’t look good to put the staff on furlough, but it amounts to the same thing but fully paid) or on annual leave with her family. I think she’s coming back from a week’s holiday today. No incentive for her and others to speak out.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 11:25 AM
Reply to  bob

NHS doctors are protesting?

For the last four months the official mantra has been ‘Stay Home – Protect The NHS From Patients’.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 11:59 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

In every profession, some have spoken out or at least within their profession, and some doctors have put their career on the line to speak out the truth. They are a tiny minority, but when in the world has the majority done anything to help humanity?

JudyJ
JudyJ
Aug 9, 2020 12:14 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

In Germany doctors have put our poor excuse for an NHS to shame. You may be familiar with the ‘ACU’ – a Germany-based extra-Parliamentary Committee Inquiry into coronavirus, established by a small team of German/Austrian medics. The opening premise of the enquiry is that the ‘pandemic’ is a hoax. Even they have had videos of medical expert witnesses deleted by Youtube but I see that one very powerful testimony by Franz Ruppert, a psychologist, has been reinstated, presumably with a different web host.

About a week ago when I checked their website, they had 2,000 named doctors worldwide signed up to the campaign. The website no longer appears to have the list of these doctors. Perhaps they were receiving too many names to keep adding to the list, or some of the named medics asked not to be listed for fear of repercussions.

The website is trying to provide as much as they can in English and other foreign languages.

https://acu2020.org/organisation/

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 12:18 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Thanks for the link. Now, if any, is the time to be brave.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 1:42 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Yes.

I had high hopes that the German people would be able to smell oppression and its associated bullshit but it would seem that the web of corruption and deception has engulfed even them.

The message of the 1.3 million has been tainted and diluted by the MSM, a crime for which they should be tried, found guilty and executed, for they are the enablers in this affair.

My God, there are dark days ahead…

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 2:03 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Thanks JudyJ. Yes, I know about them.

Germans appear to have a much greater apprehension of totalitarianism because of their history. Its interesting because there they truly did their mea culpa and at least in the post-war generation, that born during the war, it happened in every section of society. I know because my mother used to work in Germany in the late 70s and early 80s.

In France, you had a tiny number of real resistance fighters who had taken to the maquis from the first days after the capitulation and establishment of the Vichy regime, and Id say for me they remain the symbol of a courage that is rare (I should add Im not of French origin). Because combating not just an external enemy, but an inner one, combating your own society that had collaborated (neighbours were denouncing neighbours just like during the Terror period), is far far harder (as you’re all everywhere now realising).
But after the war and towards the end of it, people changed sides once it became obvious the Allies would win and it was ugly what happened. And compromises were made. Even in the 70s there was no discussion; at school my generation was never taught about the war and Nazism and Collaboration (it was in the official history textbooks, but somehow schools always managed never to go that far, even the famous leftist Lycees of Paris in the 80s, at least mine certainly stayed clearly away from the topic). In fact when Mitterrand came to power in 1981, that was the first time there was a huge national public debate. There was this famous documentary (Nuit et Brouillard I think it is called) from the 50s which gave a very good analysis of what had happened, how very few had resisted. It was not shown. I remember my parents taking me to a clandestine showing in the late 70s when I was very small. Anyhow they released it on TV: every channel, at prime time, followed by a large debate, with the inclusion of the public. The immediate impact was immense at least we children began talking about it in school grounds and teachers organized discussions. That was the first and main collective mea culpa done. But given Mitterrand’s own dubious past, it did not give rise to an an in depth soul searching as in Germany. The next big event was when Chirac recognized that the French State was guilty as Vichy was not an aberration but a legal continuation of the State.

This explains that today there is in Germany a vocal and large opposition to the present dystopia but there is not in France. On the contrary, its awfully depressing even in villages: in the current heat wave the majority are wearing masks outdoors even where its not mandatory, they’re all immersed in their own little bubble which appears to consist of their bodies, totally cut off from their environment, from their fellow human beings.
From tomorrow the mask becomes obligatory outdoors in Paris.

Yet there is no major real protest organized (there may be one controlled by the State through covert means being eventually organized, so one has to be careful): the September 12 Gilets Jaunes one has nothing to do with the dystopian issues.

Paul
Paul
Aug 9, 2020 1:31 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Exactly. What exactly are they getting paid for?
The NHS is there to protect us and not the other way around.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 2:50 PM
Reply to  Paul

The Tories have made the NHS a target for years. Labour introduced it in the 40s and it’s been our flagship. The Tories have never, ever forgotten it. Thatcher swore that she would dismantle it ‘by stealth’.Cameron, years later called Thatcher our greatest leader since Churchill. She certainly hated the poor as much. He continued her work through Ian Duncan Smith.Cameron gave us the first austerity party since 45. But we didn’t have a world war to recover from in 2010.But he took Britain back to just before the NHS. Now his lifelong friend Johnson is taking us back to the Victorian rats nest of 1890.

Mention any bit of that to a nurse or young doctor and watch the vacant expression appear on their face as their mouths open and their eyes glaze.

Nurses used to take a couple of years to train before let loose at the public. That’s history now. Just turn up and train for a few months and you’re in.

The Hippocratic Oath is history too now. ”First do no harm” ? How about ”first don’t let people die when they don’t need to..and don’t lie about how they did”

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 2:43 PM
Reply to  bob

Is it Doctors or student doctors..doctors seldom protest.They know which side their bread’s buttered..i bet they don’t protest over having to lie about covid deaths..

kevinpk
kevinpk
Aug 9, 2020 3:18 PM
Reply to  bob

Thanks for the link.

Thom
Thom
Aug 9, 2020 9:23 AM

I’m not sure anyone needs to ‘expose’ Bill Gates. If I had a pound for every time Bill Gates had been ‘exposed’ on supposedly alternative websites, I’d be getting almost as wealthy as him. Perhaps it is time to change the record and start exposing the other billionaires cashing in from the coronavirus scam, and the security agencies who must be helping them in this power grab? Because at present the story of Gates taking over the world on hs own is so lame it is embarrassing.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 9, 2020 10:26 AM
Reply to  Thom

Gates made himself the epicenter.

As Charlie Robinson writes in the excellent primer, The Octopus of Global Control (2017):

[He’s been] the richest man in the world for the better part of two decades, excluding the dynasty families such as the Rothschild, and the criminal syndicates that do not wish to advertise their true wealth, such as the Bush family.

The Gates Foundation is the investment vehicle that he uses to finance his operations, and two of his biggest interests are in spreading the use of vaccinations to portions of the undeveloped world, and the creation of the Common Core educational system. It seems that Bill Gates is intent on screwing with kids’ brains both physically and mentally.

“It would be great if our education stuff worked (Common Core), but we’re not going to know for a decade.”

Surely Bill Gates would be totally fine if one of his programmers at Microsoft told him that he was working on creating a software program that might be good, but you’ll need to stick around for a decade or so to see if it actually works.

“I don’t want a nation of thinkers. I want a nation of workers.” – John D. Rockefeller, Founder, Standard Oil.

“The very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. Instead of changing their views to fit the facts, they try to change the facts to fit their views.” – Kim Dotcom, founder, Mega Upload.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Aug 9, 2020 12:58 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

For the quote trifecta:

“I don’t want educated citizens, I want oxen.”

~ Anastasio Somoza, deposed Nicaraguan dictator

Reg
Reg
Aug 9, 2020 7:45 AM

More of the technopoly. They are coming, folks. As the drone says in this article: “Pretty rad, huh?”

https://www.protocol.com/google-smart-speaker-alarm-adt

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 9, 2020 6:38 AM

Are obese people going to be “protected” in the same way as the elderly?
Obese people will be locked up in the second wave of UK lockdown, denied exercise and presumably stuck with whatever unhealthy ready meals or takeouts they can lay their hands on.

Daily Telegraph: Obese people in Coronavirus hotspots will be told to stay indoors to combat second wavePlans are reportedly being considered for a ‘more sophisticated model’ of shielding to avoid mass lockdown

Mytea
Mytea
Aug 9, 2020 11:14 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

The NHS advice on “weightloss” is terrible. Eat 5 portions of fruit and veg a day. If it is fruit that would amount to just 250 calories. If it was dark leafy greens that would amount to just 140 calories. This is WHO advice i.e. pharmaceutical industry rather than anything the NHS came up with. If someone is getting so little calories from fruit and veg then that leaves unhealthy foods as the only option to get calories. 400 grams is hardly anything especially for someone who is obese. The goal shouldn’t even be weightloss but getting healthy. Exercise can actually be dangerous for someone who is unhealthy yet this is one of their weightloss techniques. Basically continue damaging the kidneys with protein and add extra acids from exercise to increase the damage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61cY_0GqqXo

https://youtu.be/tMe46aedjuA?t=2096

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61cY_0GqqXo
https://youtu.be/tMe46aedjuA?t=2096
Dave Patterson
Dave Patterson
Aug 9, 2020 1:39 PM
Reply to  Mytea

well the point is, a person needs approx 2000 cals per day – if you take in less than that, the the body burns stored fat to get them, thus weight loss – that’s the theory anyway …

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 12:02 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

If you were obese on the contrary you’d need to go out and take long walks and be outdoors not indoors, wouldnt you? Its like they are dedicated to get rid first of the weak, and then they’ll come for the stronger possibly…

Ort
Ort
Aug 9, 2020 7:49 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

This bit of news prompts another variation on the theme of “in the Megadeath Virus of Doom surrealistic New Abnormal, dystopian life outraces satire”.

I had this spontaneous satirical thought: Ah, in anticipation of the Second Wave, shops, restaurants, and pubs will now be required to install scales at the entrance to their establishments, so that patrons who attempt to enter will be required to be weighed. 

The to-be-published government health-authority guidelines will decree that this can be done while patrons are having their temperatures taken, their masks inspected for fitness, their contact information solicited and obtained, and for good measure been subjected to a formal review of the mandatory Patron COVID Policies and Procedures, with emphasis on the strict, compulsory “social distancing” behavior which must be practiced during the visit. 

At the press conference announcing this new requirement, officials may concede that, while these cumulative public-health measures may initially result in some patrons feeling too dispirited or simply fatigued to proceed with actual shopping, eating, drinking, etc., it is anticipated that the public will soon adjust to, and accept, these necessary safety measures.
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I fear that before too long, someone reading the above lines will think, “I don’t get it. What’s the joke? This is simply a description of how things are.”

Reg
Reg
Aug 9, 2020 5:03 AM

Another Spiro interview. This techno tyranny shit is real, not a “conspiracy theory”. And in the US, Hellary’s party + Repub traitors are the dark face of the darker forces behind it all. The poison is in every country that has an elite and the serfs. The agenda is to remake the world to their satisfaction because we are all simply pieces on a giant Monopoly board.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 3:30 AM

‘The absolute insanity in Melbourne’. Yes, I know. I’m here. Along with some 5 million other people in the Greater Melbourne area.
I think its Day 7 now of the draconian Stage 4 lockdown here, tho the days seem to blend into each other.
People I talk too in the UK or United States or Canada are just horrified at what is happening here and can hardly believe how bad it is.
It’s also utterly shameful and appalling that the large majority of Aussies don’t share those sentiments but actually support this fascist police state.
Just finished watching this excellent interview, and as I’ve said, what sealed it for me was seeing the Strategic Intelligence Platform at the World Economic Forum website along with The Great Reset.
Massively detailed plans for every country and all aspects of life that would have taken them years to come up with. Perhaps these parasitic vampires had a crystal ball? Not to mention Event 201 staged by John Hopkins and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
And already, the Covi Pass is being rolled out, along with politicians round the world clearly stating the new normal will continue until everyone is vaccinated.
Thanks Spiro and James…

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 9, 2020 3:43 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Victoria is the shame of Australia. Accepting the absolutely outrageous actions of your dictator should be the shame of everyone who lives in Australia but all we hear are crickets. That a once democratic state has voted in a man who has decided to convert to dictatorship is bad enough, but the passive complicity of the Australian people, especially the Victorian people, is a big warning to all trying to resist elsewhere.

Your neighbours will not fight with you, they are subservient lumps of meat only fit to be farmed, not to be in charge of their own destiny. They will wander off to the slaughter house, leaving the sheep dogs to deal with any resistance. The only hope is to find real people who will actively resist, the rest are just mutton waiting to be harvested.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 4:59 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

You summed it up perfectly Aspnaz. The full collusion and complicity of the large majority in Victoria is surreal.
And the vicious abuse they hurl at ‘virus deniers’ and ‘conspiracy theorists’ is just…. I can’t even think of a word to describe it. Disgusting.
They are gone. They will not oppose this at all, even when the vaccines and the Covi Pass comes out.
All my neighbours fully support this, so I don’t even bother with them.
I’m sticking with people online who see exactly what is going on, and who see thru the bullshit. A protest is being planned here soon.
The police are now arresting people in Melbourne with medical exemptions who are not wearing a facemask. I just watched a video then of more people being arrested before replying to you. The only way to describe the cops here is jackbooted fascist thugs.
What else can I say? You hit the nail on the head.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:12 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

“A protest is being planned here soon.”

Orchestrated riots and destruction are what are needed to convey the sentiment to the manipulative fuckers, Gezzah.

Really, this has gone far enough…

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 10, 2020 12:33 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Gezzah, I am so dissappointed to see that only a few Victorians came out to fight for their freedom this weekend – although they are being disparaged as anti-vaxxer nutters in some of the press, as if freedom and liberty don’t matter any more, but we know who is paying the press and we know that the mutton is too dumb to look after itself, hence it sides with its nanny.

Not wanting to over-dramatise this, I think I am going through a revelation or kind of grieving process as I see my fellow citizens of this world give in to tyranny and not stand up for themselves: I hadn’t fully realised that my fellow man is so weak and pathetic. This is a devastating let down for my view of the world, my view of my fellow citizens and my personal circumstances.

I had always considered Australia to be one of the places I would maybe retire to in a few years time – HK being way to expensive and bland – somewhere in northern NSW: I have family in Brisbane. Working from home my wife and I were even talking about whether we should bring forward our plans and go join the retirees up there, enjoy the sun and beaches rather than sit in HK.

Now I am in two minds: if Victoria gets away with tyranny, the other states will soon go that way. But, this oppression is a global phenomenon, so is there really any running away from the globalists that destroying our world, the Gates tyrants? In other words, will we all be facing this level of oppression – which is as bad as the China CCP – regardless of where we try to run?

I feel there are no bodies of people anywhere in the world with confidence, independence, assertiveness and most of all, the balls to demand anything from their leaders. Is everybody just going to cave into this?

The worst thing about this turn of events is that my attitude to my fellow man is starting to corrolate quite strongly with what I see from the globalists oligarchs: if people are really this weak and pathetic then why would you have any respect for them, why would you treat them like anything other than cheap mutton that is taking food from your children’s mouths, wasting the world’s resources? If they are this weak and pathetic, despite all the money spent on educating people to make their own decisions, then Darwin’s theory of evolution should be guiding these people towards extinction.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 10, 2020 1:56 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Hi A…. The message was put out on Saturday not to protest yesterday in Melbourne, but to wait until Sept 5th, and try and build up numbers and get maybe a few thousand attending.
The very large majority who saw that message agreed with it, and felt turning up yesterday would be walking into a trap, and that the time was not right to protest.
I’m just the messenger here, so please don’t shoot me down.
There was a huge protest in Berlin last weekend – about 1 million people. I saw a photo of a very big protest in Montreal this weekend, maybe 15000, plus large protests in Serbia, Bulgaria, The Netherlands, and in the United States.
Shin made a very astute comment here last week that ‘Australians sold their souls for the good life’ and don’t want to rock the boat and will Not put their social status or friendships in jeopardy by opposing the covid narrative.
The last two protests I went to in Melbourne – last year and in January to support Julian Assange, at each of them, 250 people maximum.
No, that’s not a misprint. 250.
And given the media demonising of ‘anti vaxxers’ and ‘virus deniers’ and that the large majority here in Victoria seem to agree with the MSM, it will be a huge challenge just to get a few thousand out on Sept 5th.
I hope I’m wrong about that, but…
This is not just limited to Victoria. Its going to be global, everywhere, even in New Zealand. Maybe in countries like Vanuatu or Mauritius it won’t be as extreme… I don’t know, but they want Total Control everywhere.
There are good, decent people everywhere who do oppose this, and see what is happening.
Take care Aspnaz.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 10, 2020 2:08 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Makes sense, let people get pissed off with it first then the numbers may be bigger.

I understand the Australian environment of masses of regulations, mostly about nothing, which means that they are very tolerant of pointless regulations so not very surprised by further power grabs by the politicians: I hear that they have reduced the number of cars that can go on some beaches in some remote part of the country, in order to fight covid. I would love to hear the logic behind that decision.

My relatives are the same as the majority of Victorians, they are afraid of rocking the boat, they hope that the Victoria regulations will not come to Queensland. They also think the Victorians will rebel, not this time, but at some time when they reimpose these regulations in the future. Wishful thinking.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 10, 2020 2:30 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

That was also the sentiment expressed by a lot of commenters on Sat: that the longer these draconian measures are in place, the more pissed off people will get – that’s a big reason why they got so many protesting in Berlin. People had just had enough.
Also remember, in Germany you have medical professionals like Sucharit Bhakdi and Wolfgang Wodarg speaking out very publicly.
In Australia, there’s literally no one, except Alan Jones on Sky News, and there is no one like Dolores Cahill or John Ioannidis here either, which doesn’t help.
Warnings that yet another FB group I’m on may be banned soon coz it’s already reached 12000 members (Australia wide with some from overseas)
Here are some Facebook groups in Oz you can check out:
*Millions Rise Australia
*99%Unite Worldwide
*United Collective – It’s Time Australia.
*The Conscious Truth Network.

Ergo
Ergo
Aug 9, 2020 7:27 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Aspnsz, not sure what you mean by neighbours.

Like neighbours in nearby states are blocked by border police who would not hesitate to frog march a potential dissident into a paddy wagon for attempting to cross the border without a 20 page litany of government sanctioned reasons for doing so.

All our hands are tied.

If we attempted a protest I fear we would be shot.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 8:53 AM
Reply to  Ergo

From what happened in India during the fight for independence, and later in the US in the civil rights movement, it really seems one has to come to a point of no longer fearing to be killed. Already masks outside in many places, social distancing, testing and temperature taking for most travels except in your car: all this is compulsory. Here you could be fined and then arrested for 6 months (after 3 fines of 135E)+ heavily fined if you dont follow the rules.

From old documentaries, you see in both the Gandhi led movement and the Luther King one, rank after rank of people keeping on marching, being each beaten up or shot by the police, as one rank falls, another comes. There has to be masses of people for this to be effective. The rationale behind is that police are after all human beings, and so after killing and maiming a certain number of fellow human beings, one cant continue doing so. Or journalists or simply the greater population, and so at some point as they see others being killed, in the very cities they live in (its different when it happens some other part of the world, people dont connect), they too wont be able to accept it anymore…

Its so eery with friends we were precisely talking about this because the country we live in is known for its repressive and collaborationist past, and I said how afraid I was of physical suffering, i.e. I would lack the courage to be beaten up and shot, or even dragged to prison. They were saying its normal to be afraid. But if it came to that they were sure I would like them prefer to die standing up with our dignity as human beings intact under police bullets, than accepting to live in dehumanized conditions.

All this is so surreal, such conversations are so surreal: would anyone have had such thoughts and dreamt of such discussions last January, only 8 months ago?!

I wonder if its going to be everywhere as repressive, or only in some places, and whether or not there will be a possibility to escape to safer shores. In that case one would have to leave all one’s possessions and home behind (to some extent its already like that for me, as I dont wish to return home with the outdoor obligatory mask, and unless by some miracle populations rebel and the nightmare scenario is put an end to, I dont see how I could return in the foreseeable future, though at some point Ill need to get warmer clothes… Also its a question of finding a place you can remain at safely and arrange the logistics), so in effect lose all one has, and start anew from scratch… At least for now, one can access bank accounts and these havent totally collapsed…
My ancestors (my grandparents) had to do that, but my generation has been brought up in too much protected comfort. We’ll have to learn, learn to survive.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 10, 2020 12:54 AM
Reply to  hope

The first lesson that is yet to be learned is that we are stronger together, but I fear that lesson will not be learned because the confusion and fear sown by the MSM is preventing the population from seeing clearly.

Just as with you, my wife and I are also looking for off-grid locations where we can escape – like late-to-the-party US preppers. We want to be connected to the internet so that we can work but be far enough away from civilisation that we can enjoy life without the oppression. My view is that will only be possible in the second/third world while the oligarchs concentrate on the first world.

Coming to this too late for it to be easy!!

Edwige
Edwige
Aug 9, 2020 10:08 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Comparing other people to animals – however frustrated you are with them – is not a path to go down.

May Hem
May Hem
Aug 9, 2020 11:06 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Edwige, we are animals – mammals. Himans are animals who have lost touch with their wisdom and with Nature. We are Nature – always will be. Any attempts at separation (ie this virus circus) will, in time, fail. The Laws of the Universe will, eventually, be obeyed by all creatures.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 10, 2020 12:49 AM
Reply to  Edwige

I am comparing behaviours: I do not believe they are really sheep!

If you have the opportunity you should watch sheep or any other herd animals that feel the safety of numbers in their herd/flock – like antilope on the Serengetti. They do not care about each other, they are bound together by their perception of safety in numbers. They are individuals but they are not willing to act as individuals because that defeats their anonymity in the flock. They will stay with the flock, trying to get to the center of the flock as each of their fellow sheep is picked off by the wolf. If they all worked together to charge the wolf they would kill the wolf, but they will not do that because their only interest in their fellow sheep is to provide cover for them, the only reason they care if the wolf picks off other sheep is because the flock gets smaller which increases their chance of being next. Of course, eventually this self-interested approach results in the sheep getting its turn to face the worf … and in that instant it is alone. Eventually the sheep need a farmer to protect them from the worst excesses of the wolf, even though the wolf will still get enough to eat, it will not be able to kill them all as it would if it were left to its own devices.

Penelope
Penelope
Aug 9, 2020 6:36 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Are you sure that a majority of Aussies support this? Many people in the US comment on the internet that they are sure that others support all this merely cuz they are wearing masks. I’m Central Coast California and I speak to people wherever I go. In spite of the masks they nearly always disparage the authorities. After beginning to speak w them, I always pretend to be inarticulate so that they will finish my sentences: I want to know what they think. When I was out yesterday, the 4 people I spoke with understood what was happening. Two of them, when I said, “Its. . . its (I was fishing to see if they would say “the NWO”) actually completed my sentence “It’s Agenda 21.”

My point is that you shouldn’t read too much into mask wearing. Some are just trying to avoid fines or controversy. They may very well react later; at least they UNDERSTAND.

I am of course maskless.

covidiot
covidiot
Aug 9, 2020 6:57 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I am of course maskless.

maybe you should point that out to the people who seem to have a clue; if you can do it, so can they. maybe all they needed was to see one other person openly resisting this fascist BS.

Deplorable D
Deplorable D
Aug 9, 2020 5:50 PM
Reply to  covidiot

I never wear a mask. I am prepared to declare I have a medical exemption, but the thing is, I have only been asked once at the grocery store by an employee at the door, but they let me in. I have been approached by other customers as to how I am not wearing one. I tell them I just walk in. No one stops me. This weekend the man asking me said, “Well the screw this” and he took his off. It just takes on pebble to make a ripple that travels across a lake.
Sometimes I am asked how I feel about making others feel uncomfortable or seeing people give me a wide berth. I reply it is not my job to make people feel good. I am not a psychiatrist. And that is what I see as the biggest impediment to people complying. They do not fear the police as much as they fear their fellow citizens looking at them as a heretic. I normally tell people my experience there are many people who want to take the mask off. They are bullied by peer pressure because they believe they might be the only one. There is great courage in not being afraid of what others think of you.

Matt UK
Matt UK
Aug 14, 2020 5:47 PM
Reply to  Deplorable D

I haven’t worn a mask yet. Only place I’ve been turned away is the bank. They wouldn’t let me go in to put my BQD business cash bag in. I kicked up a big fuss, security came over and I said “Look pal, by the time you get your mates over here to drag me out of the bank I’ll already have put my deposit bag in the machine!” Then an assistant came over to defuse the situation saying “Would it be ok if I put your deposit bag in the machine for you?” I said “WHATEVER!”, slammed the bag into her gloved hands and stormed off!

May Hem
May Hem
Aug 9, 2020 7:01 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I guess this is good news, sort of. WHO now say that a suitable vaccine may never be developed. I doubt it, as it will be such a profitable con and increase excuses to control people even more.

Gezzah, I am in Queensland and I and other friends are aghast at what is happening in Victoria. Any still such a small number of deaths, mainly the very elderly who have health problems anyway. Media keep talking about the ‘huge increase in infectious cases’. They don’t mention that most of these recover. Hang in there – it can’t last forever.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2020-08-09/coronavirus-what-if-we-never-get-a-vaccine-for-covid-19/12530566

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 7:02 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I take your point about reading too much into mask wearing.
I know that people have to wear facemasks because they’re required to by their workplace, and I know I’ll have too when I start back at my work (street vendor) and no, I definitely can’t afford the fines either.
But I would lay money on it that the majority here in Australia support these draconian measures. Such is the level of irrational fear and brainwashing by the MSM.
I would even lay my last $10 on it.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:28 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

And your last $10 would be safe, Gezzah.

In the past three days, I have been told the following by three different people:

”Why can’t people just do as they are told. I mean, it’s not hard.”

”They should have locked down the whole country when it started and it would all have been over in a month.”

“$2,500 (for the cost of 14-days enforced isolation in an hotel of your state government’s choosing) is a small price to pay for the peace of mind that you’re not RESPONSIBLE for infecting people.”

RESPONSIBLE is in uppercase to highlight the efficacy of operation ‘Blame Shift’ engaged in by governments.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 2:48 PM
Reply to  JohnEss

I know it would be John. That’s why I said it. I don’t think people reading this in the Northern Hemisphere like the UK or United States actually understand just how thoroughly and hopelessly brainwashed most Australians are.
I read a comment earlier someone posted on Facebook that said “there’s a big myth that Australians are laid back and egalitarian by nature, when in reality they’re conservative, insular and fearful”.
There is a protest being planned for Brisbane in a few weeks as well. I saw a photo of a protest in Montreal yesterday, and there must’ve been over 15000 people judging by the photo. Protests in Serbia, Bulgaria, Germany and The Netherlands, but Australia….
To equal things out, New Zealand is the same as here. From what I’ve been told by Kiwi’s back home, not a large resistance to the agenda over there.
Maybe it’s an Antipodean thing?

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:59 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

For a country which has Ned Kelly as its national hero, one would expect a far more rebellious reaction to being told what to do…

https://www.historytoday.com/archive/ned-kelly-genesis-national-hero

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 4:10 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I can relate to you, because to a large extent France is the same, or at least it has a history of collaboration. Also every locality in France has someone who is suspected to be a “corbeau” (crow), i.e. to alert authorities, tax offices and so on on petty and less petty matters. The one in our locality even has the Légion d’Honneur Im told.

Possibly in France they understand whats going on, they just do it because they like to denounce each other. It dates from the Terror period. This may also explain the zeal to go beyond the current measures. People are afraid of others.

Deplorable D
Deplorable D
Aug 9, 2020 5:58 PM
Reply to  JohnEss

“They should have just locked down and it would have been over in a month”. Ask us in the US how that worked out. “14 days to flatten the curve” turned into “30 more days to slow the spread”. Then that became, “This is the new normal until a vaccine.”

The goalposts keep changing also. First they reported the deaths. When that started declining testing was expanded and “new cases” is all we heard about. Then cases started to decline and it was discovered the test results were fraudulent. Now they are focusing on positivity rates. Knowing that the false positive rate is at least 5%, but many areas are seeing 30% or even 63% in Connecticut, achieving the 1% positivity rate is impossible. And no one noticed the CDC and FDA admitted July 1st the test will give a positive result for most coronavirus and even bacteria.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:18 PM
Reply to  Penelope

They may very well react later;”

I pray that later is sooner, for only the puppet masters are fully aware of the time-frame in this rout of mankind…

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 8:23 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I am very sorry Gezzah Potts for what you are going through. I hope you don’t live alone as it makes it worse. In France, we had one of the worst lockdowns and it lasted 2 months. You had no right to meet anyone, or go more than 1km from your house, to buy food at a near place, and 1hr max per day, with a signed pass. All parks and any little piece of green were closed, where there were no gates, barriers came up overnight all round green pedestrian lanes. So all you had were the dreary streets. For those who were not alone, I think they were not allowed to all go out together.
Where I live the mayor tried to make the mask compulsory outside, but at that point that ruling was overturned by some court on the grounds that such a measure can only be taken if allowed by a national law (now the law is there, so masks are compulsory outside in many places, and will be in most of the Paris region from Monday). So I used to get up at 6:30am before there were too many police patrols to quickly cross to the next municipality (which luckily is within 1km from where I live): so on one side of the street (in my municipality) you had to wear a mask, on the other you did not… Corona does act strangely, it is polite enough to recognize it cant cross streets.
After 2 months, in the Paris region it continued to be bad for another month or so: parks and everything remained closed, the only difference was you no longer needed the pass, and if you had access to a car could move about within 100 km, but many Parisians dont.

Anyhow do take care, because from personal experience, I know how hard it is, and surreptitiously it affects you, if not physically, psychologically, and you begin to behave out of character. The prolonged absence of human contact (if you’re alone) or those who are too many in too small a flat (which again is usual in Paris) can both take a terrible toll.
I fear there might be a 2nd lockdown coming in the autumn or winter, and I hope not to have to return to Paris, though the flat is spacious and light. I just dont think I will survive
another such experience in a place where all the neighbours appear to apply the law to the letter: its not as if the police were going to come inside buildings, or you’d hear them coming if they did. Yet no one visited anyone.

And everyday at 8pm sharp, everyone applauded the health workers: given they have some years ago killed through medical mistake the person whom I was closest to, this was particularly hard. I had to put on music loud not to hear.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 9:15 AM
Reply to  hope

Hope…. thank you🙏.
Yeah, I do live alone actually, have a small cabin in a group of 6 cabins on this property.
All my neighbours are fully on board with the MSM narrative and believe that there is a pandemic.
Coming here, on OffGuardian, and also on the anti lockdown anti Bill Gates Facebook groups I’m on, helps keep me sane – as well as music, tobacco and fairly decent coffee!
Since the mandatory facemasks came in here a couple of weeks ago, I’ve worn facemasks to go into shops because the security or staff will call the police otherwise.
And given my financial situation, I can’t afford any fines, and in Melbourne, its $200 fine and arrested if you’re caught outside without a facemask on. So I’ve only been out a few times since they bought that in.
I even saw a video today of people with medical exemptions arrested for not wearing a facemask.
It’s mentally tough as you know. Had 13 weeks off work the first lockdown earlier this year and this second lockdown – job suspension has been since July 8th when Stage 3 was announced. Now Stage 4 will go on for another 5 weeks from today, however it will be longer.
Went from going out almost every day, selling a street magazine, lots of customers and talking to people all day, to sitting in my cabin or on my back porch.
I have been through really difficult, hair raising and very stressful situations a long time ago, and those experiences toughened me.
I trust the Department you’re in now has a lot more scenery and wide open spaces than Paris, with some lovely fresh local produce.
Thanks for your reply Hope, enjoy your week👍

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 12:08 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Australian politicians are using Melbourne as a test ground and a learning exercise – to see if, and how people will rebel.

The rest of Australia has a window of opportunity to protest before it’s too late.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 12:40 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Aussie politicians are all chinless, sycophantic puppets of much bigger fish. A protest is being planned for September 5th in Melbourne.
Why then? To try and build up much more numbers attending.
The cops will have big numbers there, including on horseback, and if only a few hundred protesters show up, it’ll make it too easy for them.
I think there’s a protest planned for Brisbane in a few weeks also.
This agenda isn’t just confined to Melbourne, it’s ALL of Australia.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 1:02 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

If the police don’t want their own children, friends and families to endure a future of Mad Max style dystopia, they need to side with the anti lockdown protestors.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:37 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

I doubt that they will.

The Strayan police are mostly, power-drunk thugs.

In fact, perfect for their role in the ConOfaVirus sting…

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 2:40 PM
Reply to  JohnEss

I’ve come to the conclusion now, that lockdown is fascism. It’s as simple as that.

JohnEss
JohnEss
Aug 9, 2020 2:34 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

I doubt most strongly that they will take that window.

The interest of many Australians is sport.

Everything else is the responsibility of someone else…

Reg
Reg
Aug 9, 2020 3:00 AM

Jeff C on the New World Order infantilisation of people through cartoons, toys and movies from childhood. Great analysis . . .

livingsb
livingsb
Aug 9, 2020 4:40 AM
Reply to  Reg

Yeah, I used to think this stuff was crap but there is definitely an agenda. The simple fact is that the scum has risen to the top and is running the show.

Reg
Reg
Aug 9, 2020 2:31 AM

Oh look, dancing nurses! It’s showtime! Bring on the pandemic, boys and girls!

https://www.anti-empire.com/nations-nurses-worried-theyll-have-nothing-to-do-if-tiktok-is-banned/

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 9, 2020 2:22 AM

Stress, you will have to face the stress to fight this plan. My wife gets stressed out when I am in the subway and the local subway employee is shouting at me to put my mask on, accusing me of making people sick etc while I walk along ignoring her – that was my original technique, but I have changed my way of resisting.

If I am on the subway or on a ferry and an employee asks me to put on the mask I will compy with the request by putting on the mask and then immediately remove the mask when the employee moves to the next person.

Yesterday on the ferry, over the period of an hour, I was told at least ten times to put on my mask, which I did, but when they came round for the next inspection I was again not wearing a mask. Eventually they got tired of asking and they disappeared. There is no need to fight them, just keep on disobeying.

You have to be willing to stand up for yourself, but that does not mean you have to fight: passive disobedience is just as effective. It shows that you do not agree with what is happening but it also gives due respect to the emplyees just trying to do their jobs. But they will get pissed off with you, but that is okay as long as you keep your cool.

Corbett is right, we have to fight when we are out there, not just when we are online.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 9, 2020 3:59 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

To the quiet downvoter, we are in a lockdown process, one that does not have an end and is not a solution to a problem – the virus is less deadly than most of our annual viruses, so is easily within our capacity to handle without massive societal changes.

The lockdown is being used to change our world, killing the middle class economy and doing all sorts of damage to friends and family. It is making the middle classes more and more dependent on the government. The process is robbing us of the freedoms our ancestors won for themselves.

Only a supporter of authoritarian dictatorship would support such measures.

What do you support?

covidiot
covidiot
Aug 9, 2020 7:18 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

I think “supporter of authoritarian dictatorship” was probably pretty close to the mark. how else would you characterize a paid disinfo troll?

Janie Doebuck
Janie Doebuck
Aug 13, 2020 8:04 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

this is what I have taken to doing with regard to masks….for a while I wore no mask….lately I have been using a face shield with very political messages in large letters taped to the shield…some messages are “the government never lies….right?”. “Covid 19? Follow the Money”, “Covid = lies, half truths and phony statistics”, “How does it feel being a frog in the pot?”, “Your body is their weapon”, “Illegal to sue vax makers” (this latter is true in the US where vaccine makers are indemnified)…..reactions to the messages are interesting…I always keep my pepper spray handy

Maxwell
Maxwell
Aug 9, 2020 1:02 AM

So all the educated folks where I live haven’t been able to connect the dots between the governments “Covid policies” and responses and the inevitable devastation of the town they call home. Their arrogance must allow them the illusion that they are going to be immune from the rapidly approaching train.

Maybe all of these creepy virtue signalling mask wearers are not so sensitive to the plight of others as they want us to believe- after all their collusion with this evil means dramatic increase of suicides, depressions, drug abuse, domestic violence etc. and how is that these folks who truly believe that they “support the cause of the disenfranchised” can’t see that that it is exactly who is being hit hardest.

So much for being educated.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 3:42 AM
Reply to  Maxwell

‘after all their collusion with this evil’… Absolutely correct. They are like the Collaborators in occupied France during WW2.
Their rank hypocrisy is breathtaking, and I know from personal experience (selling a homeless street mag) just how fake these ‘woke’ virtue signalling lobotomised, PC addled creatures are.
98% would stare straight ahead, refuse to even acknowledge me.
And I’ve seen many, many of them; the hipster and yuppie brigade walk straight past homeless people begging and act like they weren’t there. Didn’t even exist.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 9, 2020 10:54 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Re. Fake ‘woke’ virtue signallers.

No-one ever trusted a self-proclaimed do-gooder when I was a child. When did this change?

When charities became a business, in the late 1980s. The Thatcher-Clinton-Blair corruption of the public/non-profit sector and the commercialization of education. The explosion in MBAs is also likely to blame. Privatisation also contributed, as in the sale of public housing and replacement by government-funded “independent” housing associations. More fake charities.

Suddenly those who did good works for modest recompense were pushed aside – by a new class of incentivized, bonus-chasing “generalists” who had no particular skills to sell. Who instead sold themselves as having some rare and valuable “progressive” insight, shared only with like-thinkers whom they duly promoted.

For the first time it paid good money to advertise how virtuous you were.

Academia, slave of the state, dutifully provided the rationale in the form of virtue signalling identity politics. Training courses in progressive leadership sprang up, giving birth to the self-perpetuating bureaucratic group think known as Common Purpose.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Aug 9, 2020 11:14 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Correct! When I grew up in a little country town in New Zealand, the concepts of ‘identity politics’ and ‘woke’ were so alien and unthinkable Because you just went round treating people how you’d like them to treat you, respectful to your elders, showed empathy and genuine compassion to those in hardship or who needed help.
Because that’s just how you did things. It just was.
And yes, pushy do gooders were frowned upon where I came from also.
This was long before Neoliberalism came onto the scene with its attendant ideological baggage and ‘wokeness’ and middle class brats running round telling people what to say and think.
Control freaks. And yes, I agree with your use of the word Cult.

John
John
Aug 9, 2020 4:00 AM
Reply to  Maxwell

Education (as we know it) and the type of intelligence which it requires is a dangerous thing, you can destroy your common sense and capacity of thinking for yourself with it, the most valuable thing you have.

hope
hope
Aug 9, 2020 10:10 AM
Reply to  John

Indeed John thats been the problem with the education system for quite a while. Education should reinforce the capacity to think for oneself rather than erode it. It now consists in producing spare parts that fit in, which is verified by regular exams. Passing these exams with high grades whether at school or uni is simply a matter of learning the technique to do so, in no way does it reveal that you’ve understood anything.

In effect, most of my academic acquaintances actually believe in their own lies. I had some years ago tried to ask some pseudo-scientists behind GMOs what they thought science is, and they got into a fix: couldnt really discuss the topic. I know one of the persons closely connected with the vaccine program, and they always reminded me of that logo of that former record company (RCA?): his master’s voice”. You get them talking about science and its like a robot spelling out in an even unemotional tone the textbook dogma. You feel you made a mistake by pressing a switch on, and wonder what to do to switching off his voice or changing the program onto another topic. Anyhow they’re so much into the dogma, that they’re wearing the mask outside, inside, all day long: for as they wrote the other day they want to get on with their ”research”. Another one, from one of the now infamous teams, is Im told still cowering at home…

Then there are some who indeed know all that has been said is indeed untrue (Im thinking of a former colleague, now a top prof. in Europe), but for whom its been wonderful to work from home, and were saying how happy they were for all this.
Though that lot is slowly beginning to realise there is nothing wonderful for its now been going on for so long that even they are being affected and becoming depressed, given that all international conferences and invitations are on hold, and after a while it starts weighing.

May Hem
May Hem
Aug 9, 2020 7:04 AM
Reply to  Maxwell

It seems the highly educated are more gullible than down to earth working people. With the educated, their ‘education’ is dubious and poor and they are so sure they are ‘right’.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 9, 2020 10:12 AM
Reply to  May Hem

I think they are more the products of schooling as opposed to education. M.Twain was correct when he said….

“Don’t let schooling interfere with your education “.

Philippe
Philippe
Aug 9, 2020 12:09 PM
Reply to  Grafter

Thank you – this is the very point I was going to make.

People tend to think that the terms ‘education’ and ‘schooling’ are inter-changeable. They’re not.

Charlotte Russe
Charlotte Russe
Aug 9, 2020 12:53 AM

THE IRON MAN

Bill Gates might possess more than $90 billion but he still looks and sounds like an Aspergian schmuck. Gates, Rockefeller, and the Davos bunch decided to make 2020 the “year of the virus.” It was reset time and COVID-19 magically appeared out of bat soup, bat shit, or out of a test tube from a biological warfare lab. The details are irrelevant, inasmuch, as this highly transmissible virus hardly affecting 90% of the population is the chosen “one” redesigning reality. 

In Greek Mythology mortal life is divided into five different stages: gold, silver, bronze, heroic, and iron.  The iron age represents a time when mortals live in a world of suffering. The suffering is caused by each other. Human decency or the normal social contract ceases to exist. Humans no longer feel shame about atrocities. How do you like being an Iron man or woman in the 21st Century?  Well, we certainly do need a “reset,” but not the kind of reboot the globalist billionaire’s desire.  

According to Forbes, as of March 18, 2020 there’s 2,095 billionaires worldwide. The total net worth of the world’s billionaires is $8 trillion. However, the global extreme poverty rate could rise by 0.3 to 0.7 percentage points, to around 9 percent in 2020. Currently, almost half the world — over three billion people — live on less than $2.50 a day. At least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day. More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where income differentials are widening.

Is there any wonder, why the uber-wealthy are getting a bit nervous. Even they know the extreme wealth and income inequality gap is totally insane, but instead of providing concessions they’re offering COVID-19. In other words, their reset button is designed to trigger pandemic hysteria. Powerful gangsters are determined to KEEP IT ALL, by gaining control of the unscrubbed savages who are becoming increasingly more restless as they begin to realize neoliberal economics compounded by unending imperialist wars screw them over big time.  

A submissive compliant population is what these ghouls are hoping to achieve by provoking societal changes characterized as the “new normal.”  Quarantines, lockdowns, social distancing, checkpoints, masks, goggles, endless medical tests, tracing, coding, tacking, labeling and vaccines without indemnity–this is the agenda. Just the other day, braindead Biden, said if he was President he’d reinstitute another mass lockdown. Isn’t that something to look forward to–I guess dopey Joe and his gang are determined to bankrupt the remaining small businesses. While mentally declining Joe is locking down the US, his bloodthirsty VP Susan Rice will do what she does best release drones over the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe. I wonder, did Bernie’s task force every discuss US imperialism with war criminal Biden……

It’s interesting, how the mainstream media news usually omits political protests but eagerly supported and promoted the Black Lives Matter demonstrations. Would these same news commentators advocate protestors screaming all lives on every continent matter, especially the ones being bombed, droned, starved, and exploited by the gangster transnationalist capitalist class–better known as globalists……

Just passing by
Just passing by
Aug 9, 2020 2:11 AM

According to an African Doctor in the US, Biden and Hillery are showing symptoms similar to Kuru Disease.

This does not suprise me as they have both sampled Ambromavitchs “Spirit Cooking” and get up to who knows what else in Haiti (look up Clintons and young children in Haiti if not familiar).

Apparently the meat needs to very well cooked to be safe – as pop star Katy Perry informed us, and sang about in her revelatory video “Bon Appetite” (which revealed the sort of meat the Epstein – Clinton – Podesta – Biden Elite enjoy.

Biden in his basement with Kuru, sound and looks right to me.

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Aug 9, 2020 2:19 AM

Maybe, it’s Mad cow disease. 🤡

Elrin
Elrin
Aug 9, 2020 8:24 AM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

There’s a conspiracy about that..

John
John
Aug 9, 2020 4:19 AM

“It’s interesting, how the mainstream media news usually omits political protests but eagerly supported and promoted the Black Lives Matter demonstrations”

All humanistic and environmentalist ideals (anti-racism, female emancipation, tolerance, access to education, access to health care) have post WWII gradually been hijacked by power mongers and bureaucrats. Industries of interests and bureaucracies have been formed, which means that the humanist spirit behind it has died, it has been strangled by bureaucracy, made into appearances by clever marketeers, it has become the vessel of professionalized demagogy, it has become corrupted by power mongering, etc. All of these movements have become in many ways false to the spirit. All these ideals, in their real spirit now reside in individuals, who can still pursue and apply them on a small level, out of which one day new bigger movements can arise. But currently all such efforts, when successful on a larger scale, will immediately be hijacked and corrupted.

I.o.w., the individual is the true source of that spirit, all current movements and their supporters, establishments, corporations, including mainstream media are corrupt to the bone and nothing but falseness (aside of some naive people still cooperating).

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Aug 9, 2020 12:14 PM
Reply to  John

If the political movement becomes popular it’s immediately co-opted. You know this is particularly the case, if it’s embraced by mainstream media news. A lot of the so-called Leftist channels on YouTube are “deep-deep state” operations.

John
John
Aug 9, 2020 2:05 PM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

One could speculate about ‘deep state operations’, but if we limit ourselves to what is in plain sight, it is the funding of leftism’s platforms and the agitation of the ‘puppets of disruption’ by mega wealthy funders, who happen to be mostly Zionists (Soros is the one mostly in the picture, but there are many others). And this is only the left spectrum, there are also wealthy funders of the right wing, who happen also to be Zionists.
Who invented this mysterious name ‘deep state’? I agree, it has a certain charm of the mysterious. But really, the big men do not really occupy themselves with such ordinary and tedious things like Youtube channels. They merely facilitate most broadly.

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Aug 9, 2020 3:04 PM
Reply to  John

My comment to you specifically refers to the propagandists. The original post describes the big time bosses.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 8, 2020 11:48 PM

Polly in July 2019:
“So Jeffrey Epstein is up to something and these scientists, they don’t seem to care what it is. To me that speaks to a lack of character. It remains to be seen how fundamental that is.

I wonder what else he is up to. Because how does this guy get billions of dollars? His history in the financial industry is non-existent or poor.

Are they using JE for more than just money. When JE says I collect people, does he mean that literally?”

Thelema is your friend. Watch the clues. Ask why would they do that? Google Removes ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Clause From Its Code of Conduct. If you look at some of the vested interests involved, their connections tend to point back to Thelema & Co: Mi6 Agent 666… that guy.

Jeffrey Epstein and Mad Scientists https://youtu.be/C5iYJqxRJPY

paul
paul
Aug 9, 2020 12:44 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Billy Boy was Epstein’s best customer on Paedo Island.

Howard
Howard
Aug 8, 2020 11:36 PM

Thank you Off-Guardian for this great video. Regarding the host’s observation that it doesn’t have to be everyone refusing to comply, I remember someone noting some years ago (about labeling of food ingredients) that it only takes 5% of the consumers to demand something and it would come about. Probably something like this requires more than 5%; but definitely fewer than say 90%.

John
John
Aug 9, 2020 4:28 AM
Reply to  Howard

If consumers demand something, the industry of marketeers and designers will organize a gathering, how they cleverly can jump into this new market, and they will sell this new niche, to quote Schopenhauer ‘apples of wax, flowers of silk, and fish of pasteboard‘.

Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane
Aug 8, 2020 11:26 PM

FACTS.
No virus has been isolated and no new disease( a new set of symptoms ) has been proved.
The WHO created a virus by running multiple computer software on a mix of bovine fetus DNA, Human dna, contaminants and rna. Its all CG but we have to live daily now with the relative reality of the UN’s tyrannical rules imposed to deal with a computer simulation and tests(PCR) that can’t be used to diagnose disease but are being used.
https://notpublicaddress.wordpress.com/2020/08/08/how-to-create-your-own-novel-virususing-computer-software/

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
Aug 8, 2020 11:10 PM

Never seen English Beaches so Packed, in My Life..##

Maybe far more people than I realised, now think COVID is a Load of Bollocks.

Almost no one know’s anyone under the age of 85, who has died from it. I don’t know anyone, except one bloke, and he was 91

So why does our completely useless Government, continue to promote this nonsense?

WHO is in control of them? What a bunch of reprobates, Don’t vote for them.

Just ignore them…and do what you want to do, if you can get there.

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No point in Going To The Houses of Parliament in Westminster to complain.

There is no one there, except a Security Guard and a Cat, to protect him from the Rats.

Tony

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 8, 2020 11:27 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Governments are no longer in charge.

Instead global multinationals, Pharma, Gates, the WEF, WHO, the ruling class and beyond etc have performed a paralysing imperialist coup, taking governments hostage.

Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane
Aug 9, 2020 12:31 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

The UN is the global govt.
It has always been the banking cabal’s shadow govt.Now its coming out of the closet.
Thats why the UN’s WHO org were the ones to launch this fraudulent hoax .
https://notpublicaddress.wordpress.com/2020/08/02/psyop-covid-update-more-questions-than-answers/

Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane
Aug 9, 2020 3:04 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

The UN is the global govt.
It has always been the banking cabal’s shadow govt.
Now its coming out of the closet.
Thats why the UN’s WHO org were the ones to launch this fraudulent hoax .
https://notpublicaddress.wordpress.com/2020/08/02/psyop-covid-update-more-questions-than-answers/

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 12:51 PM
Reply to  Calamity Jane

Yes. I’ve been learning about the UN. Quite frightening and surreal..

Tobias Ellwood MP tweeted on 6th August:

‘Congrats to Dame Barbara Woodward – our new Ambassador to the UN.

She brings formidable experience to the role – not least from her recent appointment as our Ambassador to China.
This is a critical time for the UK to push the UN to urgently adapt to the new world order.’

I pressumed this call to fascism was from a parody account. Reading through the comments, many were equally as shocked and dumbfounded.

Robbobbobin
Robbobbobin
Aug 9, 2020 7:31 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Did you copy that out of a 1980s newspaper?

Judith
Judith
Aug 9, 2020 11:49 AM
Reply to  Robbobbobin

I thought you were connecting your comment about packed beaches to the photo – which is a Getty image?

Is this a joke?

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 9, 2020 1:12 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

In Hong Kong the police cleared the beaches yesterday, the government was threatening to prosecute anyone on the beach. To clarify a bit futher, this only applied to stretches of beach that are controlled by the Leisure Service department, the rest of the beach was not affacted. So people were still swimming, but not behind the shark nets.

Just one more step to tyranny.

Mask cynics like myself will get some pleasure knowing that the HK cases have gone through the roof ever since the HK government brought in laws requiring compulsory masks in public. Compliance here is 100%, the Chinese being very subservient. The HK government is now lost for remedies, so one day they are going to have to turn round and tell their people “Sorry, you are just going to have to live with Covid, like we do with flu”.

Thom
Thom
Aug 9, 2020 9:29 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Same when I went to the beach yesterday. Great to see no social distancing and not a mask in sight. Boris Johnson’s campaign of terror for the spooks is all over bar the shouting.

hope
hope
Aug 8, 2020 10:51 PM

Sometimes it seems they’re going too far. That people will awaken and not accept.
According to RT (which frankly has become a mouthpiece for the narrative), there’s guess what, another virus around in China, this time not from bats, but ticks, and its killed in a country of more than 1 billion, 7 people, that doctors are worried and there could be human to human transmission!

https://www.rt.com/news/497471-china-virus-tick-sfts/

There’s a saying in French, dont know if its appropriate in this instance: ”tant va la cruche à l’eau, qu’à la fin elle se casse”. Dont they think that if they keep doing the same thing over and over again, then somehow even the dumbest will realise something’s not quite right?! Or is the human species now dumber than the dumbest its ever been?

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 8, 2020 11:28 PM
Reply to  hope

I suspect China is complicit and in bed with Gates.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Aug 9, 2020 2:31 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Because Gates, Fauci, the WHO, Gates foundation,Rockereller Institute are all from Asia of course..

Penelope
Penelope
Aug 9, 2020 6:51 AM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Yes, head of China’s CDC attended Event 201. Also the Chinese attend Davos WEF. If China’s such a big enemy why do they administer some of the US largest ports? And the Panama Canal.

Philippe
Philippe
Aug 9, 2020 12:19 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Not forgetting that Gates’ best mate Fauci outsourced his gain of function research into a – ahem – bat-based coronavirus from fort Detrick to the bio-weapons lab in Wuhan (along with $3.7m for postage or something. I assume) a couple of years ago.

But that’s not at all suspicious. No. Not at all.

a_rose_is_a_rose
a_rose_is_a_rose
Aug 9, 2020 3:48 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

That’s right.

Since we all know and have been told that Chinse social media is controlled by the Communist Party, then obviously CCP approved videos of people dropping in the streets in China (remember that when coronoa first started?) on Chinese social media.

Funny enough, haven’t heard anymore about the infected dropping in the streets anymore.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/infected-people-seen-dead-streets-21347952

The Above content was approved by Chinese Communist Party and kindly broadcasted to a wider target audiance by English Spooks. You are welcome.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 9, 2020 4:20 PM

China is communist in name only. Genuine Marxists live in fear whilst the Gov teaches its rebranded version, which allows for its billionaire class.

a_rose_is_a_rose
a_rose_is_a_rose
Aug 9, 2020 3:34 PM
Reply to  hope

RT is not remotely on our side.

They have a set of recipes for this propaganda site.

Structurally, RT presents a daily dose of “ALL CAPS” memes, Sucker punch articles, and below the navel fare. Every fucking day there are pictures of goons with boxing gloves and some sort of Bimbo story. Every day.

The sucker punch is RT’s specialty. There is subtle and sometimes not so subtle discrediting of every non-approved idea. A blessing of Covid-19 is it has left very little room for the fake dissenting fronts to hide in.

People need to do serious research into “Resistance” countries: Iran, Russia, China, and their relationship to UN. UN is very active in Iran, for example. You never hear these stories unless you follow Iranian social media.

Points to consider:

  • George Bush Sr. stated clearly in 1991 that the NWO was to be run out of UN. It was never supposed to be a “US Empire”. The entire “Empire” narrative which you can confirm was pushed by MSM, is to confuse. There is elite consensus globally that people need to be “controlled”. Period.
  • You can not bet the farm on Agenda 21 putsch without agreement from all goverments.
hope
hope
Aug 8, 2020 10:16 PM

Some famous and influential scientists (who indeed have done good work in their respective fields) that I know are actually calling for at least some of the dystopian dehumanized scenario (Im not sure what their stand would be on the microchip, but at this point nothing surprises me any longer), the part of it that the BBC is promoting:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-dc2d6e2d-3ab4-42de-8d03-bb7eda5fff8e
(This is what the coronavirus will do to our offices and homes).
They have written how wonderful this will all be. They and others (not scientists) have explained how they’re already having such a great time already living like that, and going to funerals online, going to concerts online, playing in orchestras through zoom, and so on and so forth…

Im afraid I have not responded to anyone… I dont know what was better, the avalanche of
virulent emails I was drowned under because of my stand earlier on, or this more recent
type of emails Im getting… At least earlier, I could tell myself they fear death too much, or they are stupid, those were at least human failures, now they are revealing a totally dehumanized side. Its a worse nightmare: somehow every time you expect you’ll awake, it manages to become worse.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 8, 2020 9:45 PM

WHO he, hey ho, it’s off to work we go
Like a Wuhan man with a jab in the arm,
Hi ho, who he, hi-ho. Hi-ho-who-he
It’s mister Gates you see,
so don’t be late, he thinks he’s great
Hi ho, who he?

Just who the f**k is he?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 8, 2020 10:39 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I’m a shite rhyme. Can anyone help with some slogans to mock Bill Gates?

Just say no to Rockefeller. I ain’t ever turning yeller.

Rock-a-bye Billy, on a tree top. Your virus is fake, your needle we’ll stop.

Billy Boy leave off the meds. Adolf Hitler messed your head.

Bill Gates, your wife’s a ham. We don’t need your family plan.

Procreate, populate, ain’t goin’ through your pearly Gates.

Grafter
Grafter
Aug 9, 2020 11:11 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Billy Gates and his mates
Screwed up the world today.
His vaccine stew may turn you blue
And leave you with a cancer.
But that’s ok you have to pay
For Billy boy’s a chancer.

WorldParole
WorldParole
Aug 8, 2020 9:37 PM

nondimenticare
nondimenticare
Aug 9, 2020 1:12 AM
Reply to  WorldParole

Good presentation, but the political spin at the end was counterproductive. Remember, too, that the U.S., the epicenter of a lot of this madness, is one of the most oligarchical countries in the world, an odd political bird with two right wings.

WorldParole
WorldParole
Aug 9, 2020 1:17 AM
Reply to  nondimenticare

Indeed. As if it were that easy to just “vote these people out of office.” Corbett at least got that down in his interview.

Eyes Open
Eyes Open
Aug 8, 2020 9:14 PM

How many of these pro-mask Nazis who are aggressively confronting and abusing those who aren’t wearing masks would push the electric shock button in Stanley Milgram’s experiment I wonder?

Apaths enable holocausts.

Just passing by
Just passing by
Aug 8, 2020 10:25 PM
Reply to  Eyes Open

Eyes Open,

I was having a similar discussion yesterday – although I likened these ‘extremists’ to the Soviet enforcers (who would arrange for the ‘offender’ to be taken for re-education or for a bullet in the back of the head).

Interestingly, seeing a blue haired, overly tattoed, and jack boot wearing ‘student’ throw vile abuse at a man for not wearing a mask outside a coffee shop (!) the other day, I remembered Orwells 1984 and Winston being afraid of children and young people more than adults – because they were the most brainwashed and virulent spys and enforcers for ‘Big Brother’.

It struck me that many of the mask and anti-social distancing enforcement nazis would likely be quite comfortable in putting a bullet in the back of someones head for “not following the Rules”, especially if the Government started to dehumanise those who retained the ability to think and value freedom (ie the selfish, crazy, anti-vaxxers, and conspiracy nuts).

I would imagine at the beginning of the Soviet revolution or the Nazi rise to power people thought ‘it could not happen here’ and ignored all the signs.

Also, at another coffee shop I witnessed a bizzare incident where the barista was chastised by a customer for not ensuring all the customers who sat down had scanned the ‘track and trace’ barcode or signed the ‘track and trace’ form!

That hit me as being a real brownshirt / soviet political scene playing out in real life right in front of me. It was very sobering and I believe is indicitive of how much further the Governments will get away with pushing thier agendas under covid1984.

I genuinely feel that if the Government said it was now ‘the law’ to smack the face of anyone not wearing a mask there would be many tens of thousands who would smack people in the face (or throw a hot drink in someones face as we saw on the horrible video the other day).

aspnaz
aspnaz
Aug 9, 2020 1:20 AM

In HK the pro-democracy movement, the people who last year were marching for “Freedom for Hong Kong”, is now pressuring the government to instigate total lockdown. People such as Jimmy Lai, the billionaire owner of Apple Daily, were all about individual free choice last year, now his real colours are shining through: Marxist billionaire!

It looks like Beijing’s New Security Law came at just the right time to save the rest of us from these Nazis disguised as Democrats.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Aug 8, 2020 9:03 PM

Uplifting interview, especially from 48 minutes:

The Censorship is a sign that the morons are frightened. The morons who think they’re boss.

They ARE NOT CONFIDENT. It’s a bad plan and they’re not up to the job.

They have lost the argument. That is why they are using desk soldiers to silence you.

We have a window before they unleash the robotic dogs. Police are human for now. So are civil servants, military and journalists. MAKE THEM SCREAM.

Robot dogs won’t hear YOU scream. Stop the stupid humans while you can. Demean the buggers. Show them what you think. Dishonor them and look them in the eye. Then get kinetic.

Family and friends have great power. You won’t be prosecuted if you PUNCH THEM INTO SANITY. Even if a gun goes off, it’s a crime of passion.

Every family member who has a state servant, a policeman or a soldier should physically challenge that person to uphold the oath they swore, and their loyalty to the constitution and the people.

Just beware that you will have to change. Are you honorable enough?