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WATCH: Salting Your Data James Corbett’s latest edition of Solutions Watch deals with undermining internet surveillance and “Big Data”

You don’t give your real data when you’re signing up for things online, do you? Well, perhaps you shouldn’t. Join James for this week’s edition of #SolutionsWatch where he goes over the benefits of salting your data.

For links, sources and shownotes – as well as an audio-only version – click here.

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Mee
Mee
Apr 4, 2021 7:07 AM

The Stoics taught that wealth, status and power are ultimately irrelevant. Once again, Lao Tzu would approve. The only thing that can raise one man above others is superior virtue — of which everyone is capable, at least in principle. So yes, the Stoics believed we are all brothers and sisters.

Seneca: “Nature made us relatives by creating us from the same materials and for the same destiny.” Imagine a system built on a selfless devotion to the welfare of others, and against all vanity. It’s certainly not what inequality provoking, financial turbo-capitalism is all about. Epictetus: “What ought one to say then as each hardship comes? I was practicing for this, I was training for this”.

Will Covid-19 show to a global wave of practicing neo-Stoics that there is another way?

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
Apr 4, 2021 9:26 AM
Reply to  Mee

Make it so!

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 4, 2021 12:39 PM
Reply to  Mee

Strange that you should mention Lao Tzu. I was rereading D C Lau’s introduction to the Penguin edition of the Tao Te Ching and he pointed out that this book was written in one of the most violent and seemingly hopeless times. (He’s not the only one to say this.) And Lau reads the book as a kind of survival manual. Which seems kind of relevant considering current events.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Apr 4, 2021 6:00 PM
Reply to  Mee

You always need governance. So then this should be designed to be as fair and free from corruption as possible. It is within our ability to do this, however we have given too much power to the control freaks. Given the past year, it is unlikely we will ever remove them from power.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:17 PM

There are a lot more people than you think offg that are against and rising up never underestimate the human spirit

Mee
Mee
Apr 4, 2021 7:09 AM
Reply to  Annie

yes we are here

we see each other

pharmacom is desperate

hold hold hold

Ort
Ort
Apr 3, 2021 10:16 PM

I didn’t watch the video, but as a retired bureaucrat from a state unemployment compensation program I wonder if one countervailing possibility was considered.

In our agency, “salting one’s data” usually involved, er, fraud. BTW, I was never an “agency man” power-tripper so I’m relatively sympathetic and tolerant of “everyday” attempts to falsify or omit information in order to get, or remain eligible for, benefits.

But there are lots of auditing tools to counter fraud, e.g. “cross-matching”. This means programs or algorithms that search for exactly these kinds of petty discrepancies in information. For instance, in our agency cross-matches compared past benefit payment records with payroll records; a year after the claimant assumed they’d gotten away with working while collecting benefits, an audit notice reeled them in.

It’s true enough that data-salting makes a nice mess that can foil authorities. But if it’s successful enough, the cyber-tyrants will create increased surveillance, and impose harsh, draconian penalties upon transgressors. So people leaving a salt trail may eventually be brought up short, and punished by having their plug pulled in various ways.

Again, I’m not sanctimoniously finger-wagging; I’ve done a few “workarounds” of this kind. But I’ve met too many people who were deeply chagrined to find out that some little white lies from the past had returned to bite them hard in the ass.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:21 PM
Reply to  Ort

Tell us more so we can learn I don’t think it’s just the internet I’ve noticed outside needing information too

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 7, 2021 11:14 AM
Reply to  Ort

“It’s true enough that data-salting makes a nice mess that can foil authorities. But if it’s successful enough, the cyber-tyrants will create increased surveillance, and impose harsh, draconian penalties upon transgressors. So people leaving a salt trail may eventually be brought up short, and punished by having their plug pulled in various ways.”

Resistance is futile you mean? Not in my book, mate, not in my book!

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 8:26 PM

This is a nice album for severance.

It means I will never read another OffG article again, nor post here. Ever. Rejoice!

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 8:18 PM

I have nothing to say, other than promising you disappointment.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:03 PM

I like your insights don’t leave

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 3, 2021 6:03 PM

Financial Times:

“Pascal Soriot: the pharma CEO navigating a vaccine storm

The AstraZeneca chief is caught in the crossfire over a Covid-19 jab that could save millions

Around midnight on Tuesday, battered by the latest furore over his company’s life-saving Covid vaccine, Pascal Soriot, chief executive of AstraZzzzzzzz……. AstraZzzzzzz…..zzzzzzzzzz……”

Nah just can’t do it anymore. New normal, new vax wankoff world, exciting new vax heroes, exciting new vax music for vax movies for vax historians to talk about Ancient Greek vax, Roman vax, Churchill vax, Hitler vax, Madonna vax, Beyonce vax …..
Zzzzzzzzzzzzz……….

Dayne
Dayne
Apr 3, 2021 6:09 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Plus our nearest and dearest constantly emailing us vax ‘updates’ and pro-vax exhortations — after we expressly and repeatedly asked them not to.

Maybe I’m a monster, but my only sibling now occupies my Spam folder.

les online
les online
Apr 4, 2021 1:29 AM
Reply to  Dayne

Ask ’em why the Vax pushers have total immunity, if the vax are ‘safe’…

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 5:44 PM

The more you think on this the more it’s going to be your down fall it will destroy your spirit.By not letting them win is by not yielding to their fear tactics carry on on as you usually do you’ll find a lot more are like you mind over matter

Dayne
Dayne
Apr 3, 2021 6:15 PM
Reply to  Annie

Agreed. Using our own judgment has become a potent weapon.

As of yesterday, Prague is full of mask-free young people enjoying the spring weather. Poland’s national football squad went on record saying “taking the knee” before a UK match was the last thing on their minds. And a BLM statue in Budapest has been smashed within 24 hours of its unveiling.

These are hardly revolutionary or even organised acts. But they are timely and significant nonetheless.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:07 PM
Reply to  Dayne

We sometimes are our own worst enemy instead of doubting who we are be who we are it’s our god given right not a government right

Ken Garoo
Ken Garoo
Apr 3, 2021 7:13 PM
Reply to  Annie

Precisely. It is for the child-abusing lockdowners to justify their position – how much more child abuse is necessary?

Hint – none, stop it all now.

Whitty again says basically it is now endemic (and largely non-fatal by definition), just like the flu, or its coronoavirus sibling, the common cold.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:09 PM
Reply to  Ken Garoo

I think they are starting to realise they are losing the argument

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 4, 2021 3:10 AM
Reply to  Annie

If only…
But the chaotic non-thinking b/s continues.

Just to give an idea of the deliberate confusion being sown in every walk of modern life, let me mention that tonight’s Easter Saturday offering from Icelandic State TV was Daniel Day-Lewis starring in “There Will Be Blood”, a fascinating drama about hyprocrisy, greed and psychopathy in the early days of 20th Century America.
Wonderfully well acted, and with the all-too rare ingredient of keeping you wondering until the very end what would eventually happen.

However, it might also just as well have been lovingly designed for the specific purpose of stirring up religious anguish in western society.

Granted, it is now considered very unfashionable programming to let us hear Bach’s St. Matthew Passion on the country’s main TV station – strictly for the old fuddy-duddies who thought there was something uplifting and spiritual about baroque music, because it could, literally, take people out of their everyday concerns and let them experience something which is not tied to a political movement or a corrupt business enterprise.

But this movie…? This weekend…?

The message seems clear:
The ‘New Normal’ intends to rinse out every trace of what our species once was, and, even if it had no agenda of substituting something better for the future, what this rinsing out is going to leave behind by default will be nothing but the husk of a formerly human society – just waiting for something truly abominable to fill the space. And it will.

Bach and those miraculous others spoke to our souls, so it makes perfect sense to our soulless authoritarian pieces of mechanical excrement that they should be obliterated from our history.
Sublime music – and sublime anything else, for that matter – shows us clearly how to distinguish between good and evil, because it represents the release of the spiritual from its entanglement in the purely material.
The authorities, of course, don’t like anything being released at all, and that fact has now become as obvious as 2+2 making 4.

Buddha said that “nothing endures”, yet steps could be taken to preserve the pinnacles of human endeavour and art at least for as long as mankind has the wit to appreciate them.
But the owners of our media would seem to have other plans.
By all means, let’s thwart them.

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 5, 2021 6:05 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Terrific post Wardropper – as you so often do. Totally agree re sublime music, esp. Bach. We have lost our moral and ethical compass, our spiritual connection to the world and each other – and I do not mean via religion necessarily. I heard a religion and ethics editor describe vaccine passports as “morally monstrous”.

mojo
mojo
Apr 3, 2021 4:37 PM

The best thing about JC is the weekly “The world this week” show. Only coz there’s the gorge James Evan Pilato who I was devastated to learn in a recent show is MARRIED.

Boris
Boris
Apr 3, 2021 7:17 PM
Reply to  mojo

Wow. Our opinions couldn’t be more different. JEP is one of the reasons I’m skeptical of James Corbett. I have an instant, visceral, negative reaction whenever I see his face and have never made it through a single episode of that show because of him.

Ditto for “Amazing Polly” who quickly became relatively popular on YT before they cancelled her old channel. My aversion to her is so strong that I decided to look into her, which is something I rarely do. It didn’t take long for my intuition to be confirmed after typing her “name” into BitChute search and finding a video of her from about 10 years ago that included her real name.

I Google searched her image and real name and, my oh my, to say that she’s not right in the head is an understatement. Her youtube channels from ~10 years ago, which are still up, are disturbing, to say the least. Not to mention that she is literally a crazy, cat herding spinster… TAAG Urges Public to Be Aware of Local Cat Breeder

I couldn’t be bothered to look into JEP but time often confirms my intuition about people, especially when it’s so strong.

Another example is Warren Buffett, who always gave me bad vibes–surely, I can’t be the only one who sees the hostility in face, even when he smiles?– long before I was aware of his friendship with Bill Gates (birds of feather…), his $30 billion to the Gates foundation, and his “passion” for abortion… Warren Buffett: The Billion-Dollar King of Abortion

Ditto for Buffett’s longtime sidekick, Charlie Munger. Would you ever leave your kids unattended around such a weird looking dude?

While I’m grateful for everything I’ve learned from both Buffett and Munger, I can’t ignore the bad vibes they’ve always given me.

Two maxims that have consistently proven to be true for me are, “Trust your intuition” and, “After 50 everyone has the face they deserve.”

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 11:33 PM
Reply to  Boris

I always trust my intuition you always have to to take everything with a pinch of salt and everyone

MaryLS
MaryLS
Apr 4, 2021 3:05 AM
Reply to  Boris

I like Amazing Polly.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Apr 4, 2021 6:27 PM
Reply to  Boris

Your intuition is right. As is mine. People you have an instant aversion to will always turn out to be dishonest, fraudulent, whatever. It is not random. It is a gift.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 4, 2021 7:20 PM
Reply to  Boris

I feel the same way about those two: Pelato and Polly. Instant dislike and distrust. They are both so obviously disingenuous and insincere.

By the way, the cryptocracy – Buffet, Gates, Kisssinger, Soros, Rockefeller et al are all eugenicists and despise humanity, decency and honesty so it’s only natural you would instinctively be repulsed.

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 11:59 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Yes, for the cryptocracy their bloodline is probably hopelessly corrupt but just last week something happened that reminded me that just because an “influencer” is corrupt and gives off bad vibes doesn’t mean they didn’t start out with good intentions and intuition themselves. I’m so blown away by how many corrupt people there are that sometimes I forget that not all of them were born broken. 

I’ll give a summary here, followed by a long version broken into shorter blocks just in case you, or others, find this subtopic interesting. 

Summary
– I took a trip to Los Angeles in the naughties
– Weather was great, people were fine, business was good but…
– The city itself gave me extremely bad vibes
– It was so bad that I cut the trip short from 7 to 5 days
– Asked everyone I knew who’d been to LA what they thought of it
– No one mentioned anything about (very) bad energy or vibes
– So I left it at that but knew what I had felt.
 
– FF to just last week and Alex Jones(!) expressed similar sentiments
 
– I thought, ‘We can’t be the only people who feel that way about LA’
– Google searched ‘Los Angeles, bad vibes.’ Very few people agree but…
– The top threads used the word ‘evil’ instead of ‘bad vibes’…
Feeling that the city of Los Angeles is “evil”? : LosAngeles – Reddit
Bizarre Feeling Of Extreme Evil In Los Angeles
– I thought, ‘It’s probably the same if I search, ‘any city, bad vibes’’
– NOT the case for cities I tried: Chicago, Toronto, Miami, even NYC
– Search revealed Teal Swan also left LA in days due to ‘bad energy’

What to make of the fact that two people who I have a strong aversion to, Alex Jones and Teal Swan, are the only two influencers I know of who also have a strong “energy” aversion to LA? 

Continued in my next comment…(which are in moderation due to links)

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 12:45 PM
Reply to  Boris

I rarely listen to Alex Jones because I can’t handle his fake, WWE, stress inducing persona. That said, the following title on a BitChute channel I check caught my eye: Globalist Documents Lay Out Plan to Collapse Civilization, Kill 7 Billion. 

LOL. In retrospect, I should have known that it was a mirror from his InfoWars channel. Anyways, here’s an almost throwaway comment he made about LA… 

“The satanic energy I feel in major churches is the strongest energy I feel out there other than Los Angeles itself. And I been around a lot of places in the world and I never felt energy as evil as that in Los Angeles. I felt it since I was a child visiting it. But that feeling of loneliness and emptiness that’s in Los Angeles, that’s going to be a worldwide feeling but times 100.”
Alex Jones – April 2, 2021, quote starts at 12:26

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 12:50 PM
Reply to  Boris

I rarely listen to Alex Jones because I can’t handle his fake, WWE, stress inducing persona. That said, the following title on a BitChute channel I check caught my eye: Globalist Documents Lay Out Plan to Collapse Civilization, Kill 7 Billion.

 LOL. In retrospect, I should have known that it was a mirror from his InfoWars channel.  Anyways, here’s an almost throwaway comment he made about LA… 

“The satanic energy I feel in major churches is the strongest energy I feel out there other than Los Angeles itself. And I been around a lot of places in the world and I never felt energy as evil as that in Los Angeles. I felt it since I was a child visiting it. But that feeling of loneliness and emptiness that’s in Los Angeles, that’s going to be a worldwide feeling but times 100.”
Alex Jones –  April 2, 2021, quote starts at 12:26

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 12:08 PM
Reply to  Researcher

In case you aren’t aware, Teal Swan is a self described spiritual teacher but described by some as a shameless plagiarizer. Personally, I get an empty, soulless vibe from her when she reads from a script (~90% of her videos), and a narcissistic, nihilistic vibe when she speaks freely. But here’s what she had to say about LA…

The City of Angels
I have not been back to Los Angeles for many years. I tried moving here when I was younger, after being signed to a new modeling agency whose headquarters were here. I stayed a handful of days before putting everything back in my beat up red Subaru and driving straight back from where I came. I would love to write a glowing report on LA, but the reality for those of us who are energy sensitive, is that LA is one of the hardest cities in the nation to be in.
Teal Swan – September 26, 2014

I find it interesting, and somewhat ironic, that someone who strikes me as soulless and narcissistic, and was as beautiful as she was in her prime, couldn’t handle LA for more than a few days when she was younger. I’m guessing it was because she hadn’t soul’d out yet.

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 12:11 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Today, both Jones and Swan are thoroughly corrupt (she freely admits how obsessed with money she is) but that doesn’t mean they always were. IMO, their statements about LA sound sincere, are similar to mine, and suggest that, at least when they were younger, they were very sensitive to energy in a way that few people are. 

Just how few can be seen in the threads I linked to in my summary. Only a small percentage agreed with the thread starters. The following comment expressed the sentiment of many, if not most, commenters… 

People who think they can feel “evil” and “spirits” and bad juju are as annoying as the “Christians” who hold up those signs about everyone going to hell. “I can’t go in that house. There’s evil inside.” “There are restless spirits here…” Shut up. You’re not special. You’re just trying to get attention.
MordinSolus   

An opposing minority view… 

For those discounting the OP’s comments, I think everyone should realize that some people are more sensitive to “vibes” than others. Just because you don’t feel them, doesn’t mean they don’t exist.
Aquietpath

This comment might temporarily appear out of sequence because it has no links so it won’t be moderated.

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 12:15 PM
Reply to  Boris

The following are some of the more interesting comments of the few who said they also sensed bad vibes in LA. I’m amazed at how closely some of them mirror my own experience.  

Reddit: Feeling that the city of Los Angeles is “evil”?
Ever since I got here 4 years ago I’ve always felt that there’s a feeling in this city of a certain sinister evil that cannot be explained. Nobody has ever agreed with me until I met my boyfriend this year. He’s from NYC, and he told me that he feels a very insidious darkness here that is obvious from the moment he wakes up. He’s been here 8 months. I’m from SLC and I’ve never felt this “evil” in any other city I’ve been. Silver Lake 2015   

City-Data: Bizarre Feeling of Extreme Evil in Los Angeles
I came across one comment that worded a feeling I have had since I was very young in a way that sent chills up my spine. Anonymous said: “Whenever I’ve been in LA, I always feel an unnatural – almost supernatural – undercurrent of evil. I’m serious. Maybe I’m just paranoid but I don’t feel it in any other city.”  

Now I’ve been to every major city in the US and am familiar with many of them, and I totally agree with this guy. I feel like someone put some sort of a hex on the area. Especially LA proper, which has an almost mystical satanic-dystopia vibe about it (from my POV, at least). I don’t know why, but the Grove has always caused my geiger counter of evil to go haywire.
Eddie   

Wow, finally another person who reacted to LA the way I did. I was there twice, for only 45 minutes each, to get from LAX to Port of Long Beach and back. But it was enough time to make me not want to return. As I passed through the city each way (LAX to Port, and back), I could just feel a weird toxicity in the air—no, it wasn’t smog!—that was telling me to hightail it out of there now. I couldn’t shake the feeling until I was inside my respective destination.
MillennialUrbanist   

But those elitist folks (Hollywood and politicans) that populate a lot of LA are into some weird stuff. A lot of satanic worship apparently and a nickname for Hollywood is Pedowood (we know about the many abused child stars…most go crazy when they get older). I can see why people feel that way about LA.
DabOnEm    

I haven’t been to L.A. for years, but I definitely felt the evil vibe when I went to visit a friend. At the time I was thinking of relocating there, and after that visit, there would have been no way in Hell! I am very sensitive, so maybe it is something only sensitive people pick up on. There are vibes in places and that is NOT weirdness – everything is energy and when bad stuff happens, sometimes bad energies linger…
Nobodysbusiness    

Lots of Satanists in high places in LA, and an overall lack of morality in general. The 7 deadly sins (actually 8 deadly sins if you count vanity) are preponderant in LA than perhaps any other place in the world (though San Diego has LA beat badly when it comes to sloth). To those sensitive to vibrational phenomenon, the sense of evil is very real, and I can personally attest to it.
GSR13    

It’s almost certainly the case that LA/Hollywood (and the enormous porn industry in the region) is a haven for pedophile rings that cater to many of Hollywood’s big-wigs. This is not unlike what goes on in Washington D.C., as we’ve seen with the Podesta clan.
InchingWest

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 5, 2021 1:17 PM
Reply to  Boris

Thanks for your comments. They are interesting. I don’t know wether it’s the people there (and the mindset) who are influencing the vibes or whether the evil lingers over time, but maybe there are places that are more geomagnetically attuned and astrologically aligned to allow evil acts to proliferate and compound over time.

Boris
Boris
Apr 5, 2021 1:55 PM
Reply to  Researcher

There’s so much we don’t know, and so much we know that isn’t so.

The searching, the learning and especially, the unlearning just never stops.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 5, 2021 1:00 PM
Reply to  Boris

I got a sense of dread in LA, but not evil. LA has gang shootings daily, a totally corrupt police force and judiciary. And skid row and Hollywood. The place is obviously filled with evil people chasing money, conning each other and abusing each other. I actually feel that way about most of Southern California. I hated living there.

I got a real sense of evil AND dread in Modesto, CA. While we were staying in some crappy motel, in the middle of the night someone banged on our motel door. I told my husband not to answer the door. Whoever is banging on your hotel or motel door is either drunk, has the wrong room or wants to rob you. In all of those scenarios, you do not want to ever open that door.

I don’t know who Swan is so I can’t make a comment. Jones admits to his father being a CIA asset so maybe he’s part of “The Order”. But he’d most likely be a low ranking Freemason. Jones mixes truth with lies. That’s the purpose of controlled opposition. Every time someone is telling you there’s viruses and contagious bioweapons, be assured they are controlled opposition whether they are even aware of it or not. Maybe some of those are just useful idiots. But there’s enough information out there for people to know the truth so that is less likely.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 3, 2021 4:12 PM

I know readers will carp about the BBC news source, but >

When algorithms control the world
By Jane Wakefield Technology reporter
August 23, 2011
 
If you were expecting some kind of warning when computers finally get smarter than us, then think again.
Complete Page: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-14306146

Yup. The article is ancient. The conceptual uses of artificial intelligence date back to the early 60’s… Just add salt…

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 4, 2021 3:18 AM

What the BBC is talking about is not ‘smart’.
It is a parallel universe, into which we would be well advised not to slip by accident.

Magnus
Magnus
Apr 4, 2021 9:42 AM

AI has the “IQ” of less than 50 – that is less than a 6-year old*. I’m not surprised that some surveillance-obsessed governments love it, though. I guess it is useful in certain settings, but driving cars, ships, drones and airplanes or handling customer service, disease diagnostics etc. – meh.

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_general_intelligence

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 4, 2021 2:34 PM
Reply to  Magnus

Hello Magnus: Just think. Computers with an IQ of a 6 year old will drive cars, steer ships, navigate tactical drones, and coordinate government services for “the good of all”. The thought makes me want to slash my wrists…

node
node
Apr 3, 2021 3:18 PM

There is unfortunately nothing really useful in that video. If anyone wants a real guide to anonymity and privacy – and I know it is not practicable for most people, but one can still check it out – see here:
https://anonymousplanet.org/

Roberto
Roberto
Apr 3, 2021 5:42 PM
Reply to  node

It’s likely that just following that link puts someone in the ‘interesting’ category, not necessarily by any design or intent of the website, but by the analysis of the traffic visiting it.
Just don’t be ‘interesting’. Even visitors of OG would be moderately ‘interesting’, so assume everything is known about you and just be good. Unfortunately, ‘good’ is becoming more and more closely defined, a natural progression of administrative and bureaucratic tendencies and capabilities – what is ‘good’ is what you are allowed to do.
In recent times, the definition has been on a sliding scale, or even random. Nobody really knows exactly what’s permitted unless they’re told when they offend, or they must ask; the essence of control in a totalitarian society.
If you’re conscious of it and modify your actions accordingly, it’s indirect behaviour modification, the same sort of reason that laws were made, and the reason cultural traditions existed.
Anyway, we’ve had the Age of Reason, the Industrial Age, the Silicon Age, now the Information Age, and sadly, I’m glad I’m the age I am, having spent a lifetime of freedom of movement with almost no restrictions and the option of doing pretty well everything as long as it didn’t cause harm, something young people today will likely never know in the new Dark Age.

node
node
Apr 5, 2021 11:58 AM
Reply to  Roberto

That’s alright but I have a lifetime ahead of me and for the hell of it I won’t care if I am in the “interesting” category

Howard
Howard
Apr 3, 2021 3:14 PM

I’m assuming every nation has some equivalent of a Social Security Administration. And as everything gets increasingly digitalized, it becomes increasing absurd to attempt to hide anything from the “Alphabet Soup” guys. They just mosey on over to SSA and look you up.

Needless to say this applies to big tech as well. Here’s a silly example: I wanted additional information on a particular astrological aspect. I have a horoscope in with my documents. So I started to google “conjunction of Saturn and Venus” and after I put in the “S” the rest automatically populated. Now, mind you, I DO NOT have this conjunction; but I have Saturn and Venus in parallel (which functions like a conjunction; but my horoscope doesn’t show parallels). Yet google knew what I was looking for. Go figure!

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 3, 2021 3:39 PM
Reply to  Howard

Exactly…

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 4:16 PM
Reply to  Howard

Well, as I mentioned before, I’m that Saturn guy.

I don’t even have to bother with the astrology shit, searching, any of that. Intuition.

Oh right, about that \/, yeah, it reminds me of the shittiest question I’ve ever heard.

“Tits or /\ ss?”

Think about the insinuation of that question. Think about it. Almost anything has (is?) an asshole. A fat man with shitloads of endocrine disruptive shit, has tits…he thinks he’s pretty.

Think about how faggoty the world is, the increase of disease, the massive amount of disease, abuse with homosexuals. What causes that (like common societal toxic shit). Bolshevism? “Freemasons”, etc?

You notice any sort of trend regarding that advertising, the abuse of children, women, especially?

And I was like “Well, but you don’t even have a \/ agina” and I guess I’m a dick.

“Age old drinker” – Fuil Arsa

Many of you don’t seem to believe…

les online
les online
Apr 4, 2021 1:40 AM
Reply to  Howard

We once had an SS and a CES…Then came all those late last century name changes…Social Security became ‘Centrelink’, The Commonwealth Employment Service was privatised….i think it became ‘joblink’…i still think in terms of social security, not social welfare, or social safety net…both suggest a downgraded function…

the next development The Covid Nanny Superstate…

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 2:34 PM

By the way I’m a humanist what ever that means I like people I care for people I listen to to every human we are all one consciousness we got to stick together united we stand divided we fall

Sean Veeda
Sean Veeda
Apr 3, 2021 2:56 PM
Reply to  Annie

You’re also an antipunctuationist 🙂

Roberto
Roberto
Apr 3, 2021 3:38 PM
Reply to  Sean Veeda

aye or maybe shes a poet

Howard
Howard
Apr 3, 2021 3:58 PM
Reply to  Roberto

Or an egalitarian who extends the concept to words. No word is better than any other; so they should not be separated into sentences.

Ort
Ort
Apr 3, 2021 9:48 PM
Reply to  Howard

Sounds crazy, but then again it was an even more refined variation of this logic that resulted in the creation of alphabet soup!

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 4:25 PM
Reply to  Annie

I think most humans are shit, fragmented aspects of psyche, mostly lost, worthless.

And I’m honest about it.

Like when legacy abusive shit is projected, to try and “keep it alive”. And I figure, but actually, most humans are shittier than most insects. And then they’re reminded of what troglodytic trilobyte means. But, back in their caves, they’re incapable of comprehension.

Seriously, I weigh the damage of a sheep with a supposed “human” and I’m like “Lol, these guys are so retarded, they have no idea what harvest really is”.

Seriously, most people are homogenized, domesticated robot-like, genetically devolving inbred morons.

I’m sure you like humans and shit like that, but I as the Frank part of the equation, I tend to beast.

Someone mentioned salt, so.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 3, 2021 2:24 PM

So the strange parallel universe of the media rolls on:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-27/vaccinated-britain-is-about-to-face-its-biggest-covid-test-yet

Vaccinated Britain Is About to Face Its Biggest Covid Test Yet

There’s growing concern in London that surging infections in Europe and a potential shortage of shots could undermine the U.K.’s progress.

So what are they talking about? Well apparently there’s a “third wave” …somewhere. And also

A rapid vaccine rollout and weeks of lockdown to suppress what the continent refers to as the “English strain” has seen deaths and hospitalizations plummet.

At this point you may notice odd entities popping up. “Vaccinated Britain” is some kind of sentient being – as is “the continent” which clearly has the power to speak.

I’ll admit I haven’t been keeping up with the great sprawling epic of doom, but I wasn’t aware there was an “English strain” – although I daresay that the English are being strained.

Yet concerns are growing inside ….

Hang on a minute! “concerns are growing”? Whose concerns? Nah you don’t fool me with this curious subjectless prose where emotions just happen to some disembodied entity. (Perhaps “Vaccinated Britain” or “the continent”?)

So there’s no point in wasting more time on this. Not even to see a resolution of the apparent contradiction between “has seen deaths and hospitalizations plummet” and the general mood of anxiety that we keep vaxxing! I daresay they’ll wank it out somehow with the customary percentages …and yes, there they are!

…………….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……………….

Howard
Howard
Apr 3, 2021 3:49 PM
Reply to  George Mc

We in the US are very aware of the UK Strain. We’re not stupid. We know England is still trying to pay us back for jumping ship 300+ years ago.

Orthus
Orthus
Apr 3, 2021 7:44 PM
Reply to  Howard

Your virus, you paid for it, you own the variations.

October
October
Apr 3, 2021 1:59 PM

OT:

This is meant to be a nurse in an Italian hospital “reassuring” a 7 month-old baby after an operation because the parents were unable to attend due to Covid restrictions.
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It just gets crazier all the time.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:25 PM
Reply to  October

I mean, I was going to say that I’d rather die, but now I’m not just gonna say it.

People, you failed. You say watch, I say hourglass. Time out.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 2:40 PM

Don’t be disheartened there are a lot of people that are trying their hardest to stop this and all these people commenting on this site are on your side

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 4:48 PM
Reply to  Annie

“Don’t be disheartened there are a lot of people that are trying their hardest to stop this and all these people commenting on this site are on your side”

That’s utter bullshit, you wouldn’t attack me, if you were on my side, you wouldn’t accuse me, trying to project psychologically damaging manipulative shit. You wouldn’t have numerous “masks”. You wouldn’t try to pander. You wouldn’t try to demonize by association. You wouldn’t advertise and repeat typical MSM shit, you wouldn’t defend industry. You would recognize that your societies have enormous amounts of debt, which you can’t repay. Which is how empires fall.

You make another account to try and pander or project or whatever, suggesting you’re good and whatnot, but what have you said? What are you? You don’t show transparency, you’re constantly trying to wear masks, from insecurity. And. Even funnier, you think I don’t notice that.

I already told you, fuckoff.

Howard
Howard
Apr 3, 2021 3:51 PM
Reply to  October

A picture is worth a thousand lies. Sorry, but I don’t trust this kind of picture. If the infant had just been operated on, he or she would be in an incubator – not on a hospital bed.

October
October
Apr 3, 2021 4:21 PM
Reply to  Howard

I find it strange that a newspaper should print this, with the explanation provided above, without batting an eyelid. Reassure? Seriously?
We are not told what the operation was. It could have been something minor. And do 7 month-old children go into incubators?

Magnus
Magnus
Apr 4, 2021 10:27 AM
Reply to  October

Looks faked/staged. A reverse image search (tineye.com) only gives a few hits from Belgium and Luxembourg.

Ort
Ort
Apr 3, 2021 9:44 PM
Reply to  October

Now, I call this heartwarming.

What could be more reassuring to a traumatized infant than Darth Vader in his summer uniform crawling into one’s crib?

Wraith
Wraith
Apr 3, 2021 10:02 PM
Reply to  Ort

“Darth Vader in his summer uniform”
I don’t know why but that just gave me a fit of giggles. Better get a test, isn’t that one of the symptoms?

Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Apr 4, 2021 12:08 AM
Reply to  Ort

Biosecure Caretaking is the way of the future!

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SEF
SEF
Apr 7, 2021 7:38 PM
Reply to  Ort

Fantastic comment, Ort. It made me laugh harder than I have in days! I really needed that, thanks!

S Cooper
S Cooper
Apr 4, 2021 12:52 AM
Reply to  October

“Where is child services when a case of child abuse is occurring? Oh wait that is them. If the baby survives she/he is going to have nightmares for life. Another life ruined because of Corporate Fascism and its ‘BIG LIES‘ (such as the SCAMDEMIC). It is sick out there and getting sicker.”

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 1:52 PM

Don’t know if my wording came out right but I hope you get the meaning you are individuals that make choices same as the elites but their agenda is because they hate other human beings remember they are not god and in the end they don’t win.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 1:45 PM

I digress I will never give up on humanity we are incredible beings that do and can do amazing things to just roll over and let this is a crime against your soul and you are more than a useless eater or a test subject

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:02 PM
Reply to  Annie

The problem is, when shepherds have the duty of being shepherds, fail at that, when they fail as parents, leaders (because they impose a bit much), then they are very “incredible” beings. So incredible, that they’re not credible.

Oh right, and here’s a piece of art I made to convey the message of what “giving up” means…

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Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 3:06 PM

I never give up on you or every human being this is a spiritual war are you ready to fight for your cause and for us that are not asleep

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 8:11 PM
Reply to  Annie

You already did.

Go ask OffG “admins” why they deleted my two replies to you.

What it means is that I closed the gates, eternally.

Due to your choices, you’ll never know “nicety” ever again.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 3, 2021 12:35 PM

Oh god… I must be really dumb. Or just really naive. Or just too honest. Sigh.
I thought nearly everyone filled in their correct details when they signed up for social media accounts. I never even heard of the term “salting” until watching this video, so have just gone back and, um, “salted” my accounts.
I just figured, they already know who I am anyway, given my past activist history, and having a smartphone, and having a visit from the cops last year on a totally bogus reason after I had posted angry comments on an anti lockdown site; as others in that now banned group received visits from the cops at their homes also.

Ooink
Ooink
Apr 3, 2021 1:02 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Don’t recall ever signing up for anything online with my real name. Apart from an online payment for a book or bill.

I wrote an email to my local member the other day about masks. It’ll have no effect, I know that. But at least I did something. If 80% of people in my area wrote as I did, if they bothered to think for themselves for even a split second then I’m sure there would be half a chance that these sick ghouls…this tiny clique of creeps would think twice before dictating that every man woman and child strap a fucking little piece of paper over their nose and mouth.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 3, 2021 1:21 PM
Reply to  Ooink

The problem is most people aren’t thinking for themselves. They’ve let the MSM and politicians like Daniel Andrews or Anastasia Palasczuk think for them.
Whatever we do to oppose this fascism, keep doing it… whether it’s writing letters, handing out leaflets, refusing to wear the mask or refuse contact tracing, joining anti lockdown groups, going on protests, doing a flash mob, joining a class action lawsuit, whatever it is…

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:10 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

They apparently also delegated some of their “thinking” to James Corbett.

Idolatry is kind of stupid.

Cochese18
Cochese18
Apr 3, 2021 2:21 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Or throw your TV set on the steps of Parliament House.

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 4, 2021 3:24 AM
Reply to  Cochese18

They’ll charge you with terrorism, as well as for the cost of hiring a private company to pick up the broken bits.

les online
les online
Apr 4, 2021 1:50 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

“Revoke the vax makers immunity 1”

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 4, 2021 2:02 AM
Reply to  les online

Yes… That as well! Whatever the action, big or small, just do it… Opposing this monstrous agenda is the only moral and ethical thing to do. Greetings from Melbourne les…

les online
les online
Apr 4, 2021 2:05 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

oh !! so you’re in that prison state that’s larger than the Gaza Strip Prison

les online
les online
Apr 4, 2021 2:07 AM
Reply to  les online

you do know that the ‘Cairns News’ site is promoting a petition about “No Vax Passport” ?

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 4, 2021 2:22 AM
Reply to  les online

Yep… though things are pretty quiet here at present. Remember, this is psychological warfare: ramp things up, ease up for a bit, ramp things up, ease up again, etc etc. I haven’t looked at Cairns News for a while, thanks for the reminder👍

wardropper
wardropper
Apr 4, 2021 3:27 AM
Reply to  les online

Absolutely.
How they ever got that immunity to begin with needs to be investigated by the International Court of Human Rights right now.
It is a ludicrous miscarriage of justice, and we need the names of all those who pushed for it.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 1:58 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I’ve done it

karen elliot
karen elliot
Apr 4, 2021 3:56 AM
Reply to  Annie

We are beset by that sickness called “politicians”. (the Emotional Plague).

Edith
Edith
Apr 3, 2021 12:19 PM

It would appear that Chris Whitty is getting a little nervous….American vagabond Thursday report…Whitty says no more lockdown we have to treat this like the usual flu…I wonder if that court case is starting to worry a little…one can hope so

October
October
Apr 3, 2021 1:48 PM
Reply to  Edith

I do not share RC’s optimistic reading. Whitty appears to have said that eventually, once the the vaccine tweaking technology is fully mastered, this will become like the usual flu. While he does not think local lockdowns are likely, he absolutely does not rule out “drastic measures”.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 3, 2021 3:48 PM
Reply to  October

Erm… ‘once the vaccine tweaking technology is fully mastered’… >

Excerpted from: CRISPR the new wonder tool for genetic modification
Article first published 12/01/2016
 
To conclude
 
“There are numerous reasons to proceed with caution with CRISPR/Cas9 applications. It is a powerful, efficient, and cheap gene-editing tool beset with risks for health and the environment. Particularly worrying is its use in gene-drive, a currently irreversible and uncontrollable process once released into the environment.”
 
Complete article: CRISPR Too Fast for Comfort (i-sis.org.uk)

October
October
Apr 3, 2021 4:23 PM

I was merely paraphrasing what Whitty said 🙂

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 3, 2021 10:30 PM
Reply to  October

No problem. I wasn’t attacking your comment. I was only providing a critique which clearly states the use of gene editing technology is dangerous in the extreme.

Whitney is plainly uninformed regarding present uses of bio-warfare.

Annie
Annie
Apr 3, 2021 5:22 PM
Reply to  Edith

I heard about that maybe the walls are starting to fall in

JasonTav
JasonTav
Apr 3, 2021 10:47 AM

there is a VERY big opportunity to pollute the databases once these vacinne passports come out.
If you can engage enough people to do it, it will make the databases useless.
Databases tend towards chaos anyway (folks like Palantir are engaged to stop this happening as quickly)

dr death
dr death
Apr 3, 2021 1:49 PM
Reply to  JasonTav

all of modernity tends towards chaos, so obviously their vaporware merely reflects this…
there really is nothing in so called ‘progress’ (what exactly are you progressing towards?) that has not created problems of magnitude greater than the so called ‘out dated’ methods they replaced… coal dust for nuclear waste, plastic proliferation for simple returns etc etc..

the pentagram is man.. the four points being the elements and the top point the head, this five fold representation (five being the number of the devil and materialism) is how the hollow elites see themselves and their synthetic scientism.. they are the head outside and above the four points of nature, utilizing it’s bounty and and energies in a transformative and ‘unatural’ manner…

‘alchemy’ in other words..

aspnaz
aspnaz
Apr 3, 2021 2:34 PM
Reply to  dr death

Another bot. Looks like OG is under bot attack.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:38 PM
Reply to  dr death

There is no “chaos”. Merely an inability to account, limitations of perception, understanding.

It’s like when people take a fragment of earth, which is a result from and enabled by the sun and by their logic, methodology, including brain failures, that tiny little fragment then…they use to observe the sun. In “science” that’s the main flaw, observational means, or suggestions related to that.

That’s funny shit hey. It’s like say, a “virus” looking at the rest of the body and thinking it can understand it, as an almost entirely irrelevant, miniscule fragment. Of course, with its perception completely tainted and dominated by arrogance.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 3, 2021 10:39 AM

If anyone would like to email a shortened form of Dr Mike Yeadon’s conversation with James Delingpole of April 2, 2021, here’s my summary (this is a cleaner edit than the post in the previous day’s thread).

THE LIE OF THE VARIANTS
The variants are alleged to be 99.7% identical to the original virus. If so, the body’s immune system would easily recognize a virus with a .3 % difference.

They are so similar that even Big Pharma says it won’t need new safety tests. The variants are nowhere near different enough to justify a new vaccine. You would need a variance 100 times bigger. The people who had SARS 17 years ago recognized SARS-CoV-2 easily, and that’s 20% different.

There is evidence of coordination:

  • Yeadon has heard that some pharma companies are already manufacturing “top up” vaccines.
  • The global regulators, FDA, EMA, MHRA already say the top up vaccines are so similar that they don’t need separate clinical safety studies.
  • Politicians are banning international travel to stop you bringing home something that is pretty much identical to what you’ve already got at home.

The excuse is simply not true, not viable, not plausible.

VACCINE PASSPORTS
They are doing clinical trials on children! There are no children who were clinically well who have died of Coronavirus. There must be another reason and I think it is vaccine passports.

BTW they enrolled 300 children for testing. That’s not enough. If there was a one-in-a-thousand chance of lethality you’d probably miss it. That could be a side effect bad enough to kill 10,000 children and you’d miss it.

If you are over 70, with high blood pressure, and you’ve been vaccinated it makes no difference to you whether I have the jab or not. So it’s not the 70-year-old who wants or needs vaccine passports.

The people who want it are those who are going to operate a database. For the first time in history a common platform database will be launched, beginning with your immunization status and they are going to change your privileges accordingly. That is the perfect tool for totalitarian control of every living thing on the planet.

THEY ARE DANGEROUS JABS
There is a conspiracy here. Why did they pick the mRNA technique? We had no coronavirus vaccines and then suddenly we had three of them and they are all the same type. It originated with anti-cancer research to turn on and turn off genes. What gene function are they turning off? They have not said which cells are targeted by this genetic material.

They express the spike protein, the stick that you see on the cartoon of the coronavirus. The spike is not some passive anchor or hook, the damned thing is biologically active. It can trigger blood coagulation and the immune complement pathway. Colleagues are seeing massive headaches and skin bleeds. We wrote to the EMA and they said they had full confidence in the product but many countries have since suspended the AZ jab after people died of cerebral thrombosis, a blood clot in the brain, especially in women aged 20 to 50.

This is not happening in a large number of people but we don’t know if they have a tendency to blood clots or if it is a particular age or gender or ethnicity or some other medicine they are taking. We just don’t know. It’s Russian roulette.

It’s one thing to use experimental technology with late-stage cancer patients. Quite another to use it on the general population.

Any of you in the pharma companies or who are doctors, where are your medical ethics? Stop giving them to people who are not at risk of dying from the virus. Just stop!

POPULATION REDUCTION
If you wanted depopulation without the damage to the environment that a nuclear bomb would cause, or the obvious poisoning of people with anthrax but instead a multi-year disease crisis with plausible deniability, you could not come up with a better plan than that which is in front of us.

I never thought they would get rid of 99% of the population but this would be one hell of a way to do it. It looks unstoppable now.

If you are on the vaccine pathway they will let you have a normal life and they will coerce and mandate the last few per cent, and put the rest in prison camps. And then they’ll move on to the top up vaccine.

The elite are not taking these jabs and he knows from friends in the high-end travel industry that they are flying around the world as normal.

I can’t think of a benign explanation for why they are doing this. You don’t give an experimental jab that’s not been tested beyond a few months to the whole population.
Everybody’s mute… NHS staff, doctors, politicians. The reason is something much bigger than you and it’s not about the virus. It’s a far bigger project and it means that politicians and advisers are willing to do things that knowingly result in deaths.

Yeadon quotes Stalin: “one death is a tragedy. A million deaths is a statistic.”

THE BBC, BRITAIN AND ISRAEL
The country we grew up in no longer exists. Every institution that normally would protect the people is gone. The BBC lies to people all the time. I could have understood it in the first few weeks of an unknown crisis but after a year there is no competing voice. The press are just poodles.

Britain has been chosen. It is quite a small country, like Israel which has already introduced vaccine passports. Well over 50% of the population has been jabbed. You will notice that the BBC doesn’t talk about Israel that much. I have friends in Israel and there is a battle royal going on over the uptick in deaths after the vaccinations.

YOU CAN’T TRUST THE GOVERNMENT
Pretty much everything the government and its scientists at SAGE tell the public is a lie:

  • Gov won’t admit the PCR test generates false positives.
  • They won’t run known virus-free samples through the chain of custody to see how often they comes out positive – so all their numbers are unreliable.
  • Masks do not stop the transmission of respiratory viruses.
  • Healthy people are not asymptomatic transmitters of disease. You have to be full of virus and with symptoms, in other words ‘ill’, to transmit disease.
  • More than 70% of cases occurred in hospital, and I’ll bet the rest in care homes.
  • When you shut down civil society you do nothing to cut transmission.
  • The stringency of lockdown has no relation to reduction of deaths.
  • They have smashed civil society and the economy and they know it.
  • This is not for the virus. It is for the vaccine passport and digital ID database.

All of these things are happening all around the world. It’s a stunning set of mistakes. You’d have to be a coincidence theorist to believe that was an accident. it is clearly a concerted deliberate attack using the power of the mass media to ram it down our neck and they are preventing any coherent alternative voices.

They will smear me and, I think, if I am successful enough they will remove me.

Yeadon has asked scientific colleagues why they don’t speak out. They say they depend on government grants and universities have a policy of never contradicting government. “You are a bunch of moral cowards. You know something’s wrong. This is about your children and grandchildren’s future and you’ve buggered off and left it. I don’t think we’re going to win. There are not enough of us.”

Yeadon’s advice. Don’t have the vaccine for now. Delay. See what happens.
https://delingpole.podbean.com/e/dr-mike-yeadon-1617215402/

Victor Neilsen
Victor Neilsen
Apr 3, 2021 11:24 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

There are a few “smoking guns” about this whole thing.
One is Nicola Sturgeons use of the phrase “new normal” only a few weeks after the first cases were “detected” in the UK.
There is NO WAY anyone could have KNOWN there would be a requirement for a “new normal” that soon into a pandemic, unless they had prior knowledge of a plan requiring the implementation of a “new normal”.

Liars, one and all.

And ours, and our childrens freedom is at stake.

DO NOT COMPLY

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Apr 3, 2021 12:23 PM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

Pretty much anything Nicola Sturgeon says/does is by definition suspicious.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Apr 3, 2021 2:36 PM
Reply to  Seamus Padraig

More like “assumed guilty” unless proven innocent. She really is a shit bag.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 4:01 PM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

Not so much ‘smoking guns’, more a fucking cannon, placed right in your face, and fired continuously for a year, leaving you looking like a blast cratered Tom after Jerry has set him up with one of his booby traps. This entire thing is now so fucking obvious it beggars belief…and yet…I have friends who are virtue signalling their jabs…it’s really beyond me.

Dayne
Dayne
Apr 3, 2021 6:30 PM
Reply to  Corarden

And those who wholeheartedly agree with you and every article you forward them will then — in the same breath — rattle off a new scare story of who in their building “has Covid” and shouldn’t there be some special ambulance for those people, etc. etc.

The world WANTS to be deceived. Never has that saying been more true.

Dayne
Dayne
Apr 3, 2021 6:59 PM
Reply to  Dayne

On the same note, I asked some of my relatives: Everything else aside (..), are you sure that at the age of 55 and having just recovered from an autoimmune disorder, you want to inject your body with this stuff?…

Boy, how upset they were! And that’s when it hit me: They’re not making a quasi-rational decision (albeit one that is based on lies). They are truly and deeply LONGING for the ‘vaccine’.

Hele
Hele
Apr 4, 2021 3:07 AM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

They are priming us for “new normal” -wearing masks all the time, lineups,social distancing, limiting our freedoms.”There is no finish line”-they are starting to tell/massage us into believing.The Globe and Mail had a big propaganda piece on the home page.It’s starting.Now is the time to fight back-stay open, tear off the killing mask stop participating in this killing joke.

karen elliot
karen elliot
Apr 4, 2021 4:16 AM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

not forgetting that it was framed in advance as being as lethal, if not worse, than the ‘1918 flu pandemic’…

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Apr 3, 2021 12:41 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Thanks for this precis, M. I find Delingfart such an objectionable pillock that I’ve avoided viewing this interview, because although its Yeadon, it’s also him. Now I don’t have to watch it, because you’ve done it for me. Appreciated!

I should work on cultivating a more relaxed toleration of egregious prats, shouldn’t I? 🙂

Sofia
Sofia
Apr 3, 2021 12:42 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

He ends on a pessimistic note which isn’t surprising given how battered he’s been by his own particular involvement in the fight. Bless him. But I do think there is every reason to be optimistic. We have many good bright people on our side and there are fissures appearing within different sections of the elite especially in the US. More states are opening up which is dismantling the narrative.

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 3:02 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Yeadon is part of the problem.

Sofia
Sofia
Apr 3, 2021 3:09 PM
Reply to  Arby

How do you mean?

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 3:11 PM
Reply to  Sofia

You haven’t been on OG for a long time, Have you?

Sofia
Sofia
Apr 3, 2021 3:52 PM
Reply to  Arby

Well since April 2020

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 11:46 PM
Reply to  Sofia

I’ve commented a million times. My views would be known to those who visit here frequently. Most of those in my anti-covid 1984 camp fail by accepting the hoaxsters’ big lies about the existence of a Sars CoV 2 virus and the disease (covid 19) that it causes. Yeadon would be one of those. Yes, that’s my ‘definition’ of ‘fail’, which may not be others’ definition of fail.

fame
fame
Apr 4, 2021 3:22 AM
Reply to  Arby

If you listen to the Yeadon interview with Delingpole, he states the the sarscov2 “virus” has never been isloated. Yeadon says many good things throughout this interview and is right on. Of course, at times, he says some shit, like old vaccines are safe, which I don’t agree with at all, but then who hasn’t.

Arby
Arby
Apr 4, 2021 3:27 AM
Reply to  fame

I’ll look for that and give it a listen to. Thanks. I very much appreciated your comment.

Arby
Arby
Apr 4, 2021 3:38 AM
Reply to  fame

Well, I’m listening to a Delingpod show with Mike Yeadon now and what I’m hearing from Yeadon is medical establishment trash. It appears that he’s been interviewed more than once by James Delingpole. He’s saying some things that are correct (this is not traditional vaccine tech and its experimental) and he’s saying some really awful things like, ‘Yes, you can get sick from covid 19 and if you really need to, then you might want to take a chance and get jabbed with this experimental product’. Awful!

Boris
Boris
Apr 4, 2021 6:10 AM
Reply to  Arby

While the more medical professionals who start calling out this scam the better, IMO, there’s a lot of covering their ass going on right now.

If ‘peasants’ like us managed to figure out this was a fraud before the ‘virus’ had even left Wuhan, what took these professionals so long to get a clue?

Much respect to the handful of nurses and doctors, including Dr. Bhuttar, Shiva, Kaufman, and the NYC doc who blew the whistle that ventilators were killing patients, for having the courage to see and expose this fraud for what it was back during the spring and summer of 2020.

Arby
Arby
Apr 4, 2021 6:15 AM
Reply to  Boris

Most respect, from me, for those like Andrew Kaufman, who deviate from scammy Rockefeller health care science/ideology. In fact, Andrew and Brian Rose had an interesting discussion, part of which included a look at how doctors in the dominant health care system come to be ruined. See it here: “The Ruination Of Doctors”

SEF
SEF
Apr 7, 2021 7:19 PM
Reply to  Arby

I thought the same thing when I heard Yeadon say if you’re compromised and over 60 then maybe you should take the jab and hope for the best. How on Earth could the jab be helpful to anyone with compromised health??? But Yeadon is medical establishment in that he believes in viruses and vaccines up to this point in history, so for me, his opinion isn’t as meaningful or valuable.

Arby
Arby
Apr 8, 2021 12:21 PM
Reply to  SEF

Acknowledged.

mojo
mojo
Apr 3, 2021 4:34 PM
Reply to  Sofia

Yeadon used to work for Pfizer ipso facto he’s a cunt. Bish bash Bosche (sic) worked for Gates ipso facto he’s a cunt. And you’re a naive silly billy unlike us seasoned OG cynics is the insinuation.

Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Apr 3, 2021 11:17 PM
Reply to  Sofia

Take a look at this:

https://postimg.cc/jCWd9hpJ

He means that the doctors/scientists named in there – and Mike Yeadon’s name could certainly be included with them – are “part of the problem” because they accept (or at least do not forcefully deny) germ theory and the existence of humanly-transmissible viruses. Therefore all the efforts being made by the doctors, scientists, and legal teams (coordinated or assisted by Reiner Fuellmich) who are protesting the need for masks, lockdowns, vaccines, and immunization passports is to be discredited and denounced.

The only acceptable stance in opposition to the COVID-establishment measures is to deny the existence of ALL infectious viruses; no half-measures will do (according to “Arby,” “Researcher” et al.). Think – think hard! – about the implications of holding this position in the context of an Information War, and remember that those waging this war on humanity are not held back in the least by concerns regarding the “truth” of their statements/proclamations/informational gambits: they will say and do whatever will most effectively help them realize their objectives within the Information War they are waging. They are not operating within an academy, searching for the truth; they are waging war (on you and me and all the rest of us) on a virtual, informational battlefield, where all that matters is what works.

And remember too that fighting this war, for them, means maintaining a constant awareness of what the public is willing/prepared to believe and accept (or can be successfully manipulated by them into believing and accepting). These “No Virus” proponents assert that our success in this Information War is assured if we but stick with the truth (“there are NO humanly-transmissible viruses”), regardless of the degree to which the public is prepared and willing to accept this “truth.” Last time I checked, however, +-99% of human beings were not even ready or willing to accept the statement that this (alleged) Sars-CoV-2 is itself relatively harmless, much less the statement that NO viruses (including measles, herpes, ebola, etc.) posing a threat to human beings exist at all.

Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Apr 4, 2021 12:11 AM

correction: Therefore all the efforts being made by the doctors, scientists, and legal teams (coordinated or assisted by Reiner Fuellmich) who are protesting against the need for masks, lockdowns, vaccines, and immunization passports is to be discredited and denounced.

fame
fame
Apr 4, 2021 4:23 AM

Pop up ads, I never get them elsewhere, come in your post image links, Last three times. I would like to see your image posts even if it is a bit faded here. I will remind myself not to click on your post image links.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 4:04 PM
Reply to  Arby

I disagree, you are going to struggle to find complete consensus of opinion, and Dr Yeadon is to me on the right side. Compare his words and sentiments with our leading politicians and Fauci etc, and tell me he isn’t an important voice to shut down this lunacy.

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 11:55 PM
Reply to  Corarden

If you accept the idea that there’s a virus and a disease that it causes, you put yourself on a slippery slope where, one day you are pushing back against the hoaxsters and the next day you are defending them, the way Del Bigtree recently defended the CDC. That’s my position. You’re welcome to reject it. I’m not going to change it because others, including trolls, express disapproval.

They have not isolated the Sars CoV 2 virus. Period. Even the CDC admitted it.

fame
fame
Apr 4, 2021 3:48 AM
Reply to  Arby

Sorry I should have commented to you here rather than above. I finish my above comment here.

If you listen to the Yeadon interview with Delingpole, he states the the sarscov2 “virus” has never been isolated, though he does think that early last year there was a virus spreading the disease.

I think the deaths were due to the previous years’ vaccines, medical malpractice and neglect, and the introduction of toxins into our environment, including but not limited to emf. And very possibly there are other things I have not thought of or know nothing about.

Yeadon says many good things throughout this interview and is right on. Of course, at times, he says some shit, like old vaccines are safe and believes in Rockefeller medicine, which I don’t agree with at all, but then I have disagreed with all the consistent commenters here at one time or another, and even some of my own shit that I wrote without thinking long enough about things. I appreciate the variety of opinions and views here, of course, there are a few regular commenters I and most of us don’t agree with at all.

Arby
Arby
Apr 4, 2021 3:55 AM
Reply to  fame

Well, I replied elsewhere. You’ll see it of course. I just don’t have time for Yeadon’s fakery. Rockefeller devotees are a big problem and he’s one of them. He’s like the bloodthirsty doves who do journalism for the corporate media. The hawks, together with traitorous politicians in targetted third world countries, want to sic the death squads on citizens – anyone – who interfere with the profit-making operations of investors who despoil others’ countries. The doves just don’t call them death squads or, when the atrocities are exposed, refer to them as bumbling attempts to do good.

fame
fame
Apr 4, 2021 5:41 AM
Reply to  Arby

.

Wow, my posts appear quicker to me when you reply. Usually takes at least fifteen minutes before I can see something I posted. I hear what your saying about Yeadon, last time —before listening to the interview with Delingpole,(first time listening to Delingpole)—That I listened to Yeadon, I had to turn it off. I hear what RtD is saying about Reiner Fuellmich and friends and it seems to me the PCR fraud is a much easier route to go than the virus fraud. But yes, will we have to fight another battle later? However Is there a better way of thinking about all this, like why are the governments creating all the fraud and we can all agree to some extent that there is fraud and a lot of it. And I think Fuellmich and committee are working on understanding the issue in its entirety. Blah. Blah. Blah.

Sometimes it appears when trying to solve a problem that looking at things from a completely different perspective can give a solution or different route to take. I think MC below brings up an excellent point, “while we break down event covid, the great reset slips ” by. And i think part of the tactic employed is to confuse the situation and get people arguing and distracted while the plan moves forward.

I have been an activist my whole life. Many times I disagreed strongly with those around me. There were people on my side I would not organize with even if it appeared my views were very similar to theirs, and sometimes I liked organizing with those whose views and perspective were quite dissimilar to mine. It really depended on who the individual was. I have never met Mike Yeadon, what I know about him is limited. Would I organize with him if he was here, maybe, but probably not, I would definitely talk with him though get to understand him more.

Arby
Arby
Apr 4, 2021 5:48 AM
Reply to  fame

Acknowledged.

fame
fame
Apr 6, 2021 11:21 AM
Reply to  Arby

Hey Arby, in case you get response notifications, I just came across this nearly month old video with Cowan, Kaufman and Italian Dr. Stefano Scoglio, maybe you have already seen it. I really enjoyed the discussion.
https://earthnewspaper.com/index.php/2021/03/11/debunking-virology-with-dr-thomas-cowan-dr-andrew-kaufman-and-dr-stefano-scoglio-5956/

Arby
Arby
Apr 6, 2021 1:37 PM
Reply to  fame

Huh. My response disappeared. Anyway, I’m watching the vid now. Thanks. It’s good to see that it’s not just two doctors questioning gene theory and the concept of viruses. This is a keeper even though I don’t get the technical stuff, having no specialized knowledge and ability, therefore, to digest it. Nevertheless.

I wanted to bookmark the site, but the tab “JFK Timeline” makes me pause. I hate Camelot propaganda. Most people, including those in my anti-covid 1984 camp, have succumbed to it (and I therefore have other sites bookmarked that show the ‘infection’), but seeing it here just… discourages me.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 3, 2021 5:38 PM
Reply to  Arby

It’s possible anyone is part of a diversionary tactic — after all, a psyop is only one element in a mind war whose objective may be something quite different.

While we break down Event Covid, The Great Reset slips under the radar. Most of the State Corporatist Media are still calling TGR a conspiracy theory. That means it is not yet time for Govs to shift TGR into public view.

Govs have game planned all kinds of scare tactics against the public. After all, what is population reduction but a variant of the climate saga? It all hides or accompanies a plan to redistribute wealth from the masses into the hands of the rich, demented and Satanic.

However, that said, I cannot find any fault in Dr Mike Yeadon’s analysis.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 3, 2021 10:24 AM

Governor of Florida’s executive order banning vaccine passports in the state:

https://www.flgov.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/EO-21-81.pdf

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 9:38 AM

You sign up for things?

aspnaz
aspnaz
Apr 3, 2021 2:38 PM

To the bot programmer: You are crap.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 6:54 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

I dunno what you thought. Sorry, but I ain’t got time for your bullshit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zV24rZhpTQ

What do you know about what God’s about to do?

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 3, 2021 9:15 AM

First a disclaimer intended for the poster called “Researcher” and others of a like mind. I am going to extensively quote from a BBC piece and, yes, it’s a piece of total fucking shit! But on reviewing it, it pissed me off so much that I just have to do this.

The latest dogmatic Orwellian reversal from the BBC:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-56526265

With tedious predictability, some “anti-vaxxer” is pulled out of their arse and gives a completely inarticulate case against covid schmovid. After being told that, “In his spare time, Gilles loves to watch sci-fi films and read bandes dessinées – French comic books” we get this:

“I felt in my gut that this whole thing was overrated and wrong,” Gilles says. He doesn’t deny – like some others in the group – that Covid-19 is real. Instead he harbours vague suspicions about the disease, potential cures, and alleged cover-ups. And he doesn’t want a Covid vaccine, because of posts he’s seeing on the group. He fears, despite the weight of scientific evidence, that jabs have been developed too quickly to be safe.”

So just “vague suspicions” inspired by “posts he’s seeing” and against “the wieght of scientific evidence”.

And here is the big reversal:

“These pages aren’t about asking legitimate medical questions – they’re miles away from the scientific and political discussions currently under way in Europe and elsewhere. Instead, they’re run by people who’ve firmly made up their minds against vaccinations, and who spread wild false rumours about vaccines killing millions, containing tracking devices, or altering our DNA.”

Firmly making up your mind beforehand, eh? Well who is it who is really guilty of that?

But these “anti-vaxxers” are dangerous:

Marie – not her real name – runs a group of volunteers pushing pro-vaccine messages online. She wants to remain anonymous because she fears for her safety. “We had a lot of death threats,” she explains, a little shaken as she speaks from her home in Paris, “[from] people on social media who read our page and don’t like what they see on it.””

But there’s a whiff of genuine oppositional logic here:

“The country experienced a genuine vaccine scandal in 2009. The French government bought enough doses of the vaccine against the H1N1 “swine flu” virus to vaccinate its entire population. It cost more than 600m euros (more than $700m or £500m), but with only a few hundred swine flu deaths in the country, many didn’t want the jab. It was seen as huge waste of money.””

It was “seen as a huge waste of money” because it fucking was a huge waste of money! 

We get dissident doctor, Didier Raoult, but we are made forcibly aware that he’s a big-headed arse hole

“”If you just start to be clever, it’s a crime in our country. It’s very hard for me not to be clever. I’m sorry,” he chuckles, speaking from his research institute in Marseille.”

He “chuckles” eh? Satanically presumably. Worse still – his claims were repeated by “Hitler of the month” Donald Trump.

So it’s all here:

  • the covid case blandly presupposed as the Holy Gospel
  • Covid sceptics recycled as “anti-vaxxers”
  • The sceptical case presented vaguely as a “gut feeling” and by sci-fi buffs, no less!
  • And – although I didn’t even bother putting this in – the relentless reference to “conspiratorial thinking”.

On the bright side – this piece of shit at least proves that there’s plenty of opposition which they’ve shown they can’t handle by the very fact that they must misrepresent it.

(Although the downside is that the media clone junkies will simply swallow this grotesque distortion.)

Bored now
Bored now
Apr 3, 2021 10:01 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Great analysis George Mc. It does seem like the mainstream media live in ‘upside down world’ these days doesn’t it? Their propaganda is so obviously an inversion of reality that the best way to read it is to assume the exact opposite of what that say is true is actually true. A sad state of affairs indeed. I just can’t read or watch it anymore. It makes me too angry. Thank goodness for sites like Off guardian and Corbett Report.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 10:31 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Great. Thx George

JasonTav
JasonTav
Apr 3, 2021 10:44 AM
Reply to  George Mc

I would like someone to investigate a lot of these so called “members of the public” that the BBC regularly interviews and quotes.
Seem like cardboard cut outs for the most part, a lot of the language they use seems machine generated and not the kind of thing “real” people would say, or the way they would say it.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 3, 2021 11:36 AM
Reply to  JasonTav

This is where you realise how much the internet scares them. The TV way of presenting “public opinion” was to stick a few snippets up from folk muttering a few words into a microphone presented to them in the street or in a pub. For about 5 seconds you might get two or three remarks which, if they were critical at all, were so nondescript you wouldn’t even recall them. And that was what we “the public” think! Now anyone can set up a blog and rant away as much as they want. Lots of it may be crap. Lots of it may be phony posts from troll armies. But this is what free speech looks like. But genuine posts from people with axes to grind against real injusticies – that’s the bedrock of democracy. And long may it last!

-CO
-CO
Apr 3, 2021 12:26 PM
Reply to  George Mc

But at the moment George it’s dictatorship by the minority in government and beyond – democracy is dead. Grinding verbal axes has now being going on for some time but look at where we are at this juncture. It’s the same old revolving door like I’ve told you before.

dr death
dr death
Apr 3, 2021 5:35 PM
Reply to  JasonTav

yes of course they are, there is never any qualification of these sources and when there is it usually a front handled by the alphabets,( the syrian observatory for human rights.. ahem)….

it isn’t journalism it is propaganda, it always was but there were exceptions to all the regimes weasels, nowadays not so much, merely state friendly unhinged apparatchiks of dubious cognizance barking the latest regime approved ‘fact sheet’ from the idiot box like demented primary school teachers…..

all of which implies the septic isles have tipped into junta territory…. presumably the ‘terror’ is next up…

Freeborn John
Freeborn John
Apr 3, 2021 10:49 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Marianna Spring is the BBC’s specialist disinformation reporter. Her focus is on investigations and features about the human toll of misinformation, online abuse and the social media sphere.

Hmmm, her background and education would be a fertile recruitment ground for SIS. That Russian language education and the contacts made whilst in Russia would be handy.
She’s being fast tracked to editor ( with a small team) and I predict a slide over to BBC Media Action, the soft power influencer ‘charity’ to promote ‘media’ overseas.

Willem
Willem
Apr 3, 2021 7:35 AM

James Corbett. Again.. I don’t understand OffG’s adulation about the guy. I do remember that Kit once talked about Acton (not lord Acton) in a video interview with James. Is that where this adulation comes from? 

Or is it because ‘James’ is able to make a new show almost every week about… something… from his own house, all well referenced and researched, and where it would take a normal person at least months to produce something similar. I mean, the guy is talented if he is able to run such shows all on his own, every week for over a decade now. Alternative is that he actually gets some help with it. I am not saying that he does get help (for what do I know), but I do find the quantity of shows that James Corbett knows to produce all on his own remarkable or too good to be true.

This site used to be small and sort of amateurish. There were few writers above the line, Kit and Catte and the occasional (knowledgeable) writer who was sympathetic with the cause (like Erik Zeusse). There were about 3-10 comments which all seemed genuine (although sometimes a bit funny, but that can happen every once in a while), and that was that.

Now this sites spins over the usual: People act stupid, we’re all doomed, Covid is a scam, offG is wise, look over there, there’s Corbett or a pleural of other ‘writers’ who are also very informed and act like if all the (dis)information they spew out comes from themselves.

It’s the comment section that is still good, even though half of it conforms to the message above, showing that actions have consequences.

Consider this as some critical advice from a genuine commenter. That I frequent OffG is because I consider this as the best place on the web to get informed about world news events. Which doesn’t mean that the quality is all that good. 

Bored now
Bored now
Apr 3, 2021 7:47 AM
Reply to  Willem

Someone got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning 😂
In my humble opinion James Corbett is one of, if not the most important research based journalists around today. He’s been an inspiration to many evidence based researchers for well over a decade. His videos look so professional these days largely thanks to the hugely talented Broc West. If you watch his stuff from a decade ago for boilingfrogs.com it’s not as professional but still highly informative. He also runs open threads to incorporate information from his open source research community which is why he can produce so much information based material. It’s easy to criticise but I defy anyone to try and improve on what The Corbett report has achieved.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 10:00 AM
Reply to  Bored now

I dunno about Willem.

But Corbett? I’m sure he’s done some things. I honestly can’t judge.The thing is, I don’t know him at all, either.

I (can) barely even read my own comments, almost never remember what I typed, nevermind the articles.

Lunacy, manic depression and constant inebriation does that.

Though I appreciate the articles at times, and I do appreciate some of the comments.

Dr. Sok
Dr. Sok
Apr 3, 2021 2:24 PM

I Like the honesty regarding your mental state. I occasionally add drunken comments too, but I mean no malice.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:29 PM
Reply to  Dr. Sok

I’m pretty honest about not just my mental state, but about biology, physics, shit like that. Also about being sir isO, kind of good with the plants and even earthquakes, while adjusting the sun.

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 3:04 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Agreed. But… James seems to buy the lie that there’s a Sars CoV 2 virus. The hoaxsters will like that.

Orthus
Orthus
Apr 3, 2021 7:54 PM
Reply to  Arby

Why doesn’t it not exist? Can you prove it does not? The question is whether or not it is dangerous (even before it was enhanced at the lab in Woo-han).

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Apr 8, 2021 2:59 PM
Reply to  Orthus

Where’s the evidence it does exist, Orthus? They’ve told us it exists – where’s the evidence?

Nic
Nic
Apr 3, 2021 8:12 AM
Reply to  Willem

You sound bitter and frankly quite sad.

mojo
mojo
Apr 3, 2021 9:29 AM
Reply to  Nic

No he doesn’t.

EDITH
EDITH
Apr 3, 2021 8:23 AM
Reply to  Willem

here’s a good article for you Willem worth much more..

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7426727/ well laid out and asking why isn’t the govt worrying about all the other illness inducing toxins in our environment…

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 10:59 AM
Reply to  EDITH

Well it’s good that some are noticing those sort of things, but it’s also somewhat obfuscated and kinda misguided.

Very simply? Good essentials, minimized toxicity = immunity.

TFS
TFS
Apr 3, 2021 9:15 AM
Reply to  Willem

Adulation?

Surely you mean who’s opinion is respected.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 11:06 AM
Reply to  TFS

Not adulation, idolatry.

Donnie
Donnie
Apr 3, 2021 9:20 AM
Reply to  Willem

erik zoose? Wait , is that the same erik zoose who is fully onboard with the”pandemic” scam? If so, are you seriously suggesting that we now have to abandon off-G, stop following James and switch to erik’s bullshit? Not going to happen

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 10:28 AM
Reply to  Willem

Fair enough Doc. Yours are amongst the comments I most enjoy,

I also mostly come here for the comments ( of probably 6 or 7 regulars), as there are few other places worth going these days. So for that alone, I’m glad OG is here, even if the channel is now choked with utter and ugly verbiage from the same arseholes who seem to stick to office hours – but we know who they are and why they are here.

Stoke a cold fire. Keep it burning.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 3, 2021 12:22 PM
Reply to  Corarden

There’s almost no where else to go that allows below the line comments C, apart from Lockdown Sceptics, Craig Murray, John Ward, and comments below various Bitchute videos…
Believe me, there are days I get so fed up with the obvious trolls here, and the lurking 77th Brigade types, and the idiot who keeps changing his name every week, that I have to take a break from OffG every so often.
I know of others who have stopped coming here because they had a gutsfull of the trolls also.
Anyways, just wanted to add to your comment.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 1:31 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Yep, it is tiring and annoying but that is the tactic, choke the channel and make it hard to find the good comments. The new arrivals don’t know your good self, Maxwell, Researcher, George Mc, Money, Ward, Jura et al so take a quick look, read the verbiage from Psychosocialarsehole or Petrafied Liver, or Tony mocopsoftcock, think the comments are garbage and move on – job done. I do think the admins could try to at least control them but seem to have given up trying

aspnaz
aspnaz
Apr 3, 2021 2:51 PM
Reply to  Corarden

Take the bots as compliments that OG is doing a good job and is over the target. Also take some pleasure in seeing how obvious the bots are. Real commenters have a mission, the fake commenters have a different mission which is most to distract from the real commenters’ mission. Unfortunately they are bots, which means that this may continue for a very long time before OG implements a solution.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 3:44 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

Fair point, but it is making it harder to wade through all of it, but your point is well taken ( smiley )

-CO
-CO
Apr 3, 2021 7:49 PM
Reply to  Corarden

I understand your comment Corarden and that of Gezzah Potts. But what do you consider to be “good comments”?

I will be honest with you here, if I post a relevant scientific comment I get few comments in return when expecting at least some criticism – and the comment seems to get burried quick (by the trolls)?

I think I was probably the first on Offguardian to expose the myth of virus isolation. I could also cut and paste much more relevant info and references from my PC and reply to questions more easily but now I can’t reply at all using the PC for some unknown reason – no problem with other sites. OffG has nothing to do with it.

Or, could it be that people are just no longer interested in reading about the relevant problematic aspects of mainstream medical science and virology etc- and believe me there are some big problems some of which I’ve hinted at on previous threads. These are issues still relevant to the scamdemic and all that goes with it.

Jose Vieira
Jose Vieira
Apr 3, 2021 12:22 PM
Reply to  Willem

Acompanho o offguardiam a pouco tempo, eles pareciam melhores, tinham numeros, estatisticas e graficos dificeis de ser refutados agora seus artigos parecem oposiçao controlado.

mojo
mojo
Apr 3, 2021 4:14 PM
Reply to  Jose Vieira

Who’s controlled opposition Jose? JC or OG?

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Apr 3, 2021 12:30 PM
Reply to  Willem

I don’t get it: what exactly do people have against Corbett? Your accusation that he makes ‘too many’ videos per week is senseless. Does Off-Guardian publish too many articles per week? What’s wrong with Corbett? He’s been very perceptive on a number of key issues for years now. (Which is not to say that I agree with him 100% of the time. Must I?)

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 3, 2021 12:56 PM
Reply to  Willem

Willem… I disagree with you about James Corbett. I find him an important source of information, and for the very reason his videos are well researched and referenced. Maybe he does have a small team of researchers helping him out?
But, it’s also your prerogative to dislike him or even be suspicious of him, and I respect that, because, at the end of the day I know you are genuine, and I know you’ve been coming here for quite a long time.
And your input here from a medical standpoint is valuable for the many of us who have never worked in the medical field.

dr death
dr death
Apr 3, 2021 6:09 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

all information is useful if one has the ability to think critically, even nonsense spouted by the likes of snopes and red top gutter press propaganda (I include the broadsheets in that category also). incidentally all of which can be quite unintentionally hilarious.

this pabulum and drivel gives you a window into the regimes agendas the mental state of it’s imbeciles and which way it wishes to steer the herd..

it is intelligence for dissidents

Richard
Richard
Apr 3, 2021 6:45 AM

Once again James Corbett and for sure he may have interesting things to tell us. Alas his voice and style are tough for my senses ………… please please for a written summary.

fame
fame
Apr 3, 2021 10:07 AM
Reply to  Richard

The summary: If you sign up for anything on internet don’t put real information such as date of birth, where you live, how many guns you have, etc.

I hope James was taking a bit of a break with this weeks solutions watch. I suggest getting together with people in your community and working on securing and maintaining a local food network as well as organizing around other essential needs.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 11:14 AM
Reply to  fame

“The summary: If you sign up for anything on internet don’t put real information such as date of birth, where you live, how many guns you have, etc.”

But people have cellphones…uh send dick pics, do shopping, banking with that cellphone?

I don’t understand. I figured the better idea is to, like, not sign up for stupid shit.

fame
fame
Apr 3, 2021 11:30 AM

Yes don’t sign up. But I did sign up, in a sense, to comment here.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 2:14 PM
Reply to  fame

Sure, supporting something explicitly is indicting, yes.

I mean, I should know better, by now, than thinking there’s legitimacy here.

But I don’t need to make accounts on amazon or imyfacespacecasecookbookplace, shit like that.

I’ve signed up for some things, yeah, like having to register an account somewhere or whatever. But these days, that’s like often not even possible, as I don’t use a smartphone.

Like that time I tried to mention sunlight on discord (which I got banned for within about 2 minutes), the official “covid” channel there, for instance wants like your cellphone number and that sort of shit. Even if it’s just to say “Hello, have you seen light, ever”?

As a matter of principle, I would delete discord. Disqus is also quite worthless, btw, as is all of google (of course). Obviously shit like twitter, facebook, there’s simply no use for. On instagram, they’re like “If you use instagram, you agree that your soul is ours”.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 11:13 AM
Reply to  Richard

I’ve said that sort of thing about TLAV and Ryan Cristian’s shit too (though I don’t necessarily mind the sound of their voices, as I don’t know what it sounds like).

I’d probably check it out, but since there isn’t anything to read…well…

Arby
Arby
Apr 3, 2021 3:06 PM
Reply to  Richard

Huh? Are you AI?

Richard
Richard
Apr 4, 2021 1:33 AM
Reply to  Arby

No, an oldie englander who can’t stand the guy’s voice……….. presentation can turn folks off the message.
Did watch him for some hours last year but………….

Ooink
Ooink
Apr 3, 2021 4:41 AM

I just read an online comment where a user posted he’d seen in his part of America an article about 2 firemen from the same station who died of corona. He implores all to stay safe and wear masks.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Apr 3, 2021 5:10 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Two super-fit firemen die of Covid and both from the same fire station: zero chance in hell that this is true. I am assuming that firemen still have to climb ladders, pick up victims, carry them down etc.

There are lots of people who post comments such as this, they are liars. Until people start telling the truth about Covid, you just have to assume it is a hoax the same as the carbon causes Global Warming hoax.

Patrick
Patrick
Apr 3, 2021 9:35 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Also it seems fire stations and police stations often have tele-communication masts on them or very near them. Purely a guess but people die from all kinds of things but with the bogus tests spewing out ‘positive’ test results it is very easy to ‘die’ of covid or ‘with’ it. In that way it is the perfect cover for things that should REALLY worry us rather than this cooked up fantasy

John Ervin
John Ervin
Apr 3, 2021 5:25 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Why would you even post such an ijjit paragraph?

(0)Oink?

Orthus
Orthus
Apr 3, 2021 6:23 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Fireproof masks?

Kika
Kika
Apr 3, 2021 6:35 AM
Reply to  Orthus

Firemen wearing masks? They probably fell off the ladder.

Bored now
Bored now
Apr 3, 2021 7:49 AM
Reply to  Ooink

I smell bacon 🐷

TFS
TFS
Apr 3, 2021 9:07 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Shouldn’t be hard to link to the actual article when posting stuff like this?

‘My friend said, he heard, that someone else had overheard………….’ doesn’t quite cut the mustard.

TFS
TFS
Apr 3, 2021 9:55 AM
Reply to  TFS

What is there a problem linking to the actual actual article Mr -1?

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 11:09 AM
Reply to  TFS

Donnie
Donnie
Apr 3, 2021 9:11 AM
Reply to  Ooink

so “you read a comment” that “somebody posted” in “some part of amurica” ,” an article about….” that…. and “he implores to wear maks”. OK, that sounds kosher. Wait a second, I’ll just grab my mask.

Freeborn John
Freeborn John
Apr 3, 2021 10:29 AM
Reply to  Ooink

“Died of Corona”.
Pay attention people.
They drank a crate each then decided to go rock climbing/ race driving/see how far out to sea they could swim/ make their own fireworks/ have a lie down on a railway line/ decided to play with their guns/ got a ‘wellness visit’ from the Police.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 10:44 AM
Reply to  Freeborn John

lol

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 3, 2021 10:38 AM
Reply to  Ooink

I saw a firecrew outside a local nursing home not that long ago, obviously a false alarm. All of them were wearing masks. If any ‘superfit’ firemen die, it is because they are forced to work wearing those fucking evil things. I have started picking them up and taking them to the nearest bin, which on my long country walks is bloody annoying. They are everywhere, and I am convinced they have been thrown out of aircraft to appear everywhere we go, as part of the psychological attack.

Ooink
Ooink
Apr 3, 2021 1:13 PM
Reply to  Ooink

15 down votes. For fuck sake. The reason I post is because this sort of shit keeps coming up. I was on a music forum online. There was a thread there where a user asked for tips on writing songs. He said he wanted to use covid as his theme. Another user who’s been on the site for years told the story about the fire fighters.

I never said I believed it. Sorry I guess I didn’t make my point or make that clear. And so everyone mashes the downvote in fury. Haha.

The point is…evidently the belief out there is palpable for people. Firemen are dying 2 at a time! People who I’ve seen on various forums for years and who’ve said nothing but things related to the forum…for example an acoustic guitar forum…saying that they’ve known fit healthy people die from corona. These people and their stories are out there. To them the news is right. Masks are right. This is what is happening out there.

The story about the firemen could be researched. That’s all I’m saying.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 3, 2021 8:03 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Well, most people have something (that they exploited) to sell…

I didn’t even downvote you, coz I know how to read.

Vin
Vin
Apr 3, 2021 9:53 PM
Reply to  Ooink

They didn’t die. A quick search reveals that they merely tested positive. And probably false positive.

Ooink
Ooink
Apr 3, 2021 10:21 PM
Reply to  Vin

That’s interesting. And gets to my point…there ARE a LOT of these people out there who swear and vouch for all these kinds of things like the fire fighters story. The hysteria makes them do it. And challenging them is akin to what happened with challenging 911…the dumb knee jerk reaction it there is “how dare you, a lot of people died”.

To the down voters, this is what I was getting at. My own family members froth at the mouth at any slight question of the narrative. “but people are dying”.