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WATCH: Science Says

The mouthpieces of the scientific establishment have identified the latest global security threat: antiscience. So what does that mean, exactly? Whatever they want it to mean, of course!

This week on The Corbett Report podcast, James explores the game of Science Says that the self-appointed experts are playing with the public and outlines how that game is about to get a whole lot darker.

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Edwige
Edwige
Apr 19, 2021 10:40 AM

Having now finished reading Kuhn a few thoughts on its relation to our current discontent –

Kuhn assumes one scientific paradigm replaces another because the new one is more “effective”. Effective at what? This question is never directly addressed. He seems to assume it is more effective at solving problems and resolving anomalies (although he admits no paradigm is without anomalies and the preference for one over another is, in the end, a question of aesthetics and faith, he explicitly uses the both words). The question of the financial interests of the self-professed elite and competition for resources from them simply doesn’t exist in the Kuhnian landscape. That Rockefeller medicine produced a dependence on drugs, 90% of which used oil-based products (even aspirin and paracetamol), is just shit happening I guess. The problem of unpleasant symptoms is apparently solved – but are the underlying causes and are not worse problems stored up for the future?

Kuhn shys away from any claim that a paradigm should be “true” Decades of modern philosophy undermining any concept of “truth” had clearly worked on making him feel he couldn’t use the term. If an untrue paradigm solves some problems he has no argument against it.

Kuhn finds no instance of where science found a paradigm to be a blind alley and reverted to an older paradigm. He goes as far to suggest that someone who suspected this could no longer be considered a scientist. Given the generally positive attitude towards scientists this isn’t mere semantics. Frankly, science looks the last bastion of the Whig school of history, long ridiculed in every other human discipline but apparently fine in science.

All in all, Kuhn operates within a liberal paradigm but doesn’t acknowledge or seem aware of that fact. No wonder the Rockefellers liked him. .

ChrisG.
ChrisG.
Apr 19, 2021 3:13 AM

Lots of comments on no moon landings. Please explain how a feather and hammer can be dropped at the same speed if its not on the moon.

DimlyGlimpsed
DimlyGlimpsed
Apr 17, 2021 8:34 PM

Part B. Climate Change

Both sides of the issue have been corrupted and co-opted. Each side selectively ignores key facts of concern to the other.

Yes, climate change is real. No, human carbon emissions are not the biggest threat to the planet. Pollution in general (agricultural, trash, chemicals, drugs, etc.) However, carbon emissions do have a warming effect on the planet.

The Green New Deal has been co-opted and controlled by the same people who brought us the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, there is an urgent, existential need to protect Mother Earth, our climate, and other species.

The one agenda item of the NWO with which I am forced to agree is that Mother Earth is overpopulated with humans.

A few possible remedies that could be adopted quickly:

  1. Educate and provide incentives for birth control (not abortion)
  2. Plant billions of trees and plants. Keep planting.
  3. Increase the commons all over the world. Curtail real estate development.
  4. Product, manufacturing and other emissions controls. Tax incentives.
  5. Tax incentives and subsidies for families who recycle and grow gardens.
  6. Require strict emissions/pollution controls on waterways and commons.
SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 9:14 PM
Reply to  DimlyGlimpsed

Fundamentally, minimize synthetics, industrial excess.

Your first point betrays your nature. Like you suggest artificial, external incentivization.

Hey, if my wife wants 17 billion children, I’m going to fuck her a lot.

Gulag no 19735
Gulag no 19735
Apr 22, 2021 10:22 AM
Reply to  DimlyGlimpsed

Look a little closer at temp + CO2 charts. Warming comes first, rises in CO2 follow later.
Now look at what’s happening to the Earth’s magnetosphere and factor in what that means re: solar winds, coronal mass ejections, etc.

Even if you don’t want to look at these things, riddle me this – you say plant billions of trees and plants but recommend cutting back CO2 levels. How do you suggest keeping all these plants alive if you take away their main food supply?

F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R.
May 16, 2021 11:59 PM
Reply to  Gulag no 19735

You could read up in Ecology a little. Plants don’t require added CO2 in the atmosphere- most of them produce CO2 at night and Oxygen at daytime….in fact, with enough trees planted any excess CO2 would be cleaned up.

Gulag no 19735
Gulag no 19735
May 17, 2021 1:00 PM
Reply to  F.E.A.R.

Which shows you haven’t looked closely at ecological history. Higher CO2 levels are needed to bring forth higher levels of vegetation. Historically, CO2 levels of the present day are very low.
Ask any commercial grower whether they need extra CO2 for their crops – they pipe it into greenhouses to encourage growth.
If a greener planet is the desired outcome, increased CO2 levels has to be the first step

DimlyGlimpsed
DimlyGlimpsed
Apr 17, 2021 8:09 PM

Science is (and has been) skewed, spun, propagandized and weaponized. Covid-19 and Climate Change are examples. Advocates on either side cloak themselves in science, but in reality adhere more to tribal affinity than factual analysis. Here’s my take, below. If anyone would like me to provide sources or analysis, I’ll be happy to oblige.

A. Covid

SARS-CoV, like prior viruses such as MERS, SARS and Swine Flu (H1N1), are almost certainly chimeric gain-of-function (weaponized) viruses created in a lab. It is unlikely the Covid pandemic was an “escape” (i.e., accidental).

Foreshadowing of a global pandemic, including predictions, conferences and event exercises targeting coronavirus disease, have occurred on numerous occasions for a decade or longer. A global network of policy and emergency plans has been carefully planned by WHO and the USA working with corporations and NGOs (such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and others) for decades. This framework was completed and implemented at the national level for most countries, before the onset of the Covid pandemic.

International agencies, corporations and NGOs have introduced and are strongly advocating far-reaching changes that would, if successfully implemented, constitute a “New World Order” (originally advocated by George Bush Sr.), a “Great Reset”, “Build Back Better”, etc. Powerful figures in the West, such as American, British, French and German politicians and technocrats such as Klaus Schwab, now overtly advocate using the pandemic to implement far-reaching social change.

The unprecedented development of new technology, and the use of that technology to monitor, control, surveil, spy, tax, medicate and coerce populations allows a level of police state control over citizen populations which has never before been possible.

The timing of events such as 9/11, wars, and repeated health scares appears to follow a synchronized schedule or plan.

My take on Covid: not a coincidence. All of this appears to be the intentional use of disaster capitalism to create and enforce authoritarian control of Planet Earth.

Part B, Climate Change (new post below)

NickM
NickM
Apr 18, 2021 7:44 AM
Reply to  DimlyGlimpsed

““New World Order” (originally advocated by George Bush Sr.)”

Daddy Bush picked up that snappy phrase from Grand Daddy Prescott Bush who got it from the horse’s mouth while financing Hitler and the Nazi party. The fruit does not fall far from the tree.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 6:50 PM

I just wanna point out, sugar, alcohols and even most oils don’t make you fat. Shitty proteins and carbs do.

Carbohydrates laced with toxic shit, endocrine, lymphatic, hormonal disruptive shit makes you fat. Diabetes, obesity, cancers, heart disease. Coz the thing is the amount of material intake is shit like people who eat lots of wheat products for instance, often laced with xenoestrogens, bromine, chlorine, fluorine…all of that shit blocking essential iodine through saturation and the actual material being more “massive”.

The other thing is, vaccines, the water, medications, they all feature endocrine, lymphatic, hormonal system disruptors too. Makes you fat, slow and sick. And really, it’s not necessarily your own fault. That shit is made to be addictive and degenerate to exploit you.

But, you shouldn’t be ignorant of those effects and factors, causes of that. Another thing is the TERRIBLE lipids used, like say, GMO soy oil laced with xenoestrogenic toxic shit. Oils are great, if they’re natural and you keep in mind variety…they push homogenization (to cause dumb sick, overweight people clamorous for their additional toxins, coz if everybody behaves the same, you don’t really need to figure out much to control them).

If you for instance, have a good balance of glucose and fructose (essentially sucrose), the material input is kinda low, sure, it’s very concentrated energy, considering, but it can’t make you “fat” except if you use enormous amounts of that , so that it causes say, mitochondrial and lymphatic system damage. With something like say, synthetic garbage, sucralose, aspartame, that sort of shit, since it’s synthetic it’s foreign to your body…your body, generationally, has never had exposure to that…so it’s very volatile, which causes say, cellular damage (my grandmother died because of brain tumours from aspartame coz she refused to use sucrose, btw)…I’ve used ENORMOUS amounts of sucrose, but it never made me fat. I mean…you have no fucking idea how much sugary shit I used, typical carbohydrates though, that has been kinda making me less metabolically fit. Coz it’s like 10x as much actual material input, meaning it also harbours far more OTHER toxicity (from processing, packaging, herbicides, pesticides, inbred GMO shit, etc).

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 5:34 PM

When I posted that rings of saturn – unsympathetic intellect music video, I was being quite serious.

While NASA wants to use like more matter to make toy rockets, coz they’re materially possessive and desperate, and they need like 97% fuel to make that ineffectual toy rocket carry any weight at all…some other guys, knowing the emerald tablets be like “But, you can only escape the sphere with less”. Like your astral bodies, less material.

That’s why NASA’s lead engineer/”physicist” has 2 hour lectures explaining why NASA can’t escape the sphere and asks students to figure that out for them. But because they’re fundamentally retarded, they can’t quite “grok” that.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 4:46 PM

comment image

Can you see that? Sure, it’s kinda crude…like I could point the directions a bit better. It’s a bit exaggerated, but indicative.

It looks like the effect of mostly a nearby area light to me, though some sort of ambience too, another tell being the penumbra (gradient of dark to light) of the shadows. With say, sunlighting on earth, penumbra is mostly caused by atmospheric scattering. On the moon there is no atmosphere as such, so the penumbra would be imperceptible. Yet, you can kinda clearly see it (function of distance from the light source, and area of the light source influencing that).

If you check the green line, you’ll also see CONCAVE curvature on the moon, btw.

But hey, maybe I’m just trolling.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 2:46 PM

I’m a bit surprised, coz on, I think it was around the 11th I said something about big effects (from my lunacy of “feeling” things)…and usually, like, almost always that’s associated with big earthquakes or other sort of similar atmospheric effects.

But the only thing that’s happened since then is the sun got a bit more volatile than it was just before that, so nothing really major.

Like it was nice and stable up to about the 11th or so.
https://www.lmsal.com/solarsoft/latest_events/

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 7:19 PM

Update…that nice and stable effect, recently manifested:

https://www.lmsal.com/solarsoft/latest_events/

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 1:11 PM

What if I told you much of the “moon landing” shit was simply staged underwater footage?

I mean, I’m not saying that’s what happened. I’m just saying, what if I told you that?

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 2:59 PM

I mean I haven’t really studied this shit coz it seems like obvious fraud to me.

Like when someone says “lunar conditions nowhere like on earth”…I’m like “So you’ve been to the moon, you have some evidence of that, right? Tell me about it, otherwise you have no point of reference”. And I’m suggesting, comparison to underwater behaviour is a very peculiarly similar reference.

Btw, if you ask San here in South Africa/Namibia, that sort of area, they’ll tell you their ancestors were on the moon thousands of years ago. And I can’t disprove that, like outright.

But how about correlating that with behaviour underwater? Peculiar artifacting from the camera there too, with that wavy shit. Like, if I imagine say, crepuscular rays, refraction, then that wavy shit in terms of optics makes really good sense (I coded a lot of graphics, physics, btw)…otherwise you’re gonna have to explain that sort of mechanical water-like effect to me. Coz cameras don’t be doing dat. But then again, even considering those mechanics…it just seems false even beyond that. As if it’s like intentionally edited to show bullshit, too.

Oh and if you look closely, you’ll notice the shadows are not parallel (and they would be, if the lighting was from the sun). Which means something like a relatively nearby point or a spotlight was used. Just saying.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 3:18 PM

Oh and then NASA be like “Oh oops, we lost all the original footage. No big deal, only our most important supposed achievement ever, and…we just deleted those tapes coz it wasn’t important. Luckily though, even though we can’t reach the moon anymore having supposedly easily reached it before, we can recreate that moon landing footage thanks to this hollywood company who “reconstructs” footage…so it’s super legit now. Even more legit than before”

DimlyGlimpsed
DimlyGlimpsed
Apr 17, 2021 7:06 PM

As for me, I’d respond, “I’m open-minded. What’s the evidence?”

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 7:12 PM
Reply to  DimlyGlimpsed

Yeah,exactly what is the evidence?

The evidence, as I see it, refutes their claims. The “evidence” they present, refutes their own claims.

Coz I got this preemption shit, and maybe even a pan flute.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 10:58 AM

Vegetation increase in the past two decades:

https://phzoe.com/2021/03/08/accurate-global-greening/

Philippe
Philippe
Apr 16, 2021 12:44 PM

As this is a thread about science in general, I thought I’d post this.

This is Professor Don Easterbrook testifying before a Senate Committee, talking about the anthropogenic climate change hoax. We all know that covid and climate change go hand in hand in terms of ushering in the great new normal agenda reset (or whatever they’re calling it this week).

It’s over an hour long, so not for the time-pressed or the detail-hesitant.

However, in the first couple of minutes, he refers to the other experts with whom he is working and provides an executive summary of their conclusions, which he then goes on to back up with data.

Using original data, he explains why the climate changes and how it is cyclical, why CO2 cannot possibly affect climate in any way, how the ‘official’ data is manipulated (homogenised), who is manipulating it, how the IPCC is able to promote the view it does, etc etc. He gets some pushback from a couple of senators, unsurprisingly, but does an excellent job of putting them back in their boxes.

Even if you don’t have time for all of it, it’s worth having a look at those first couple of minutes.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 1:53 PM
Reply to  Philippe

A priory of scions, says:

Dude, I look at some basic thermodynamics, I considered energy potential and transfer relating to oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen…then some morons tried to tell me irrelevant levels of miniscule amounts of increased co2 is the overriding factor? And that’s even without considering the actual equalization effects relating to the earth itself, the solid stuff. That’s just the atmosphere, well “air”. And hilariously, they COMPLETELY ignore the driver of temperature, climate, seasonality… the sun.

What they peddle is literally as far removed from actual physics as you can imagine. Besides, if they were worried, they’d simply balance out that miniscule fragment of supposed “excess co2” (when in fact, at about 25% higher than current absolute levels, and not the 1-2% relative increases over decades that they peddle as disastrous…plants thrive) with some nitrogen, oxygen (which is of course another reason why plants should be grown more). Their anti-life, anti-science, degenerate, fraudulent, industrial agenda is obvious and absolutely pathetic.

The absolute worst damaging factors in terms of environment are of course industrial, synthetic, artificial shit. Deforestation, mining, loss of habitat, EM, homogenized agriculture, that sort of shit.

And if you go look, you can almost entirely offset the supposed co2 problem as it correlates practically directly with habitat loss. And unfortunately, they can at best mimic nature, with more degeneracy, exploitation, pollution, industry at a fraction of the efficiency. Coz they’re “clever”.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Apr 16, 2021 7:49 PM

The relatively tiny amounts of CO2 and other greenhouse gases affect the height of the rather thin layer that marks the boundary where heat from the sun is reflected back into space or ends up on the Earth’s surface. So its not the gases themselves that are a probem but the way that their concentrations dramatically alter the amount of the Sun’s energy that reaches the Earth’s surface. Its why the word ‘greenhouse’ is used to describe this mechanism — just as greenhouses are adjusted to keep their temperature at a desired level our Earth has a similar mechanism (but like a greenhouse, its adjustments have limits).

The mistake a lot of people make is thinking its the actual heat that we generate that’s doing the damage.

Philippe
Philippe
Apr 17, 2021 8:50 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

As knowledgeable as you may be on this subject, I suggest you watch Professor Easterbrook’s testimony. He covers what you’re talking about.

He knows it’s nothing to do with the heat we generate and explains the actual mechanism, which is all about water vapour, rather than CO2, irrespective of concentration.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 9:10 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

“So its not the gases themselves that are a probem but the way that their concentrations dramatically alter the amount of the Sun’s energy that reaches the Earth’s surface.”

Bullshit, there’s no fucking magical barrier shit there, there’s simple diffusion, small variations of those already tiny concentrations don’t magically cause an insulation effect, in terms of reflection it has near negligible effect because that thermal energy is still transferred through the atmosphere and that’s connected to the earth. You would know heat tends to equalize, and it’s got a FUCKLOAD of oxygen, nitrogen and THE EARTH to use as a “heatsink”

That’s also why in the past when co2 levels were massively higher the earth didn’t just explode and life on the planet thrived.

And that’s also when if you make a little chamber with say, a mix of gasses similar to the atmosphere, and you have say, a light above it, it doesn’t just uncontrollable exponentially heat up, even if you had WAY more co2. And, that chamber would need a nice big solid heatsink sort of thing (like the planet), as well as vents (considering the earth also gives off heat) to make it even KINDA representative.

That “greenhouse” math is RETARDED. I’m sorry but that’s completely unrepresentative bullshit absolutely not comparable to the earth and atmosphere to try and peddle, again, fundamental fraud (just like covid shit).

https://phzoe.com/2020/03/04/dumbest-math-theory-ever/

And much of what’s not mentioned in the article itself there, some commenters address.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 9:56 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher


The 288 K – 255 K = 33 oC means the by atmosphere +Δ33 oC Earth’s surface warming phenomenon, which does not exist in the real world.
There are only traces of greenhouse gasses. The Earth’s atmosphere is very thin.
There is not any measurable Greenhouse Gasses Warming effect on the Earth’s surface.
The entire Greenhouse Gases Global Warming theory is based on the old effective temperature

Te.incomplete = [ (1-a) S /4σ ]¹∕ ⁴ formula the Earth’s effective temperature calculation
Te = 255 K which does not exist

When applying the Effective Temperature Complete Formula
Te = [ Φ (1-a) S (β*N*cp)¹∕ ⁴ /4σ ]¹∕ ⁴ (1)
we have identical to the satellites measured results:

The Earth’s Te is calculated Te = 288,36 K and it is identical to the measured by satellites the actual value of
Te = 288 K.

Now everything falls in place and the entire Greenhouse Gases Global Warming theory becomes an old Climate science.
Because Te = 255 K
does not exist”

-Cristos Vournas

Which means they based their math off of BULLSHIT, and it’s “massaged” for fraudulent reasons.

Bunch of “Mason” signs in there too…

Surface solar irradiation accepting factor Φ for earth = 0,47
Difference between incomplete and more complete calculation = 33

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 10:23 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

So some basics, just for oversimplified thought…

You have a shitload of matter, denser elements nearer the core of that shitload of matter, less dense elements “floating” more on the perceived (resultant) boundary, EM fields and that shit inherent too. What is known as the “atmosphere” having least dense of those elements, that would be what you can consider compressible fluid, which also means it can change shape, expand or shrink and will materially also always tend to equilibrium.

That shitload of matter, then also generating internal heat from material pressure and interactions, but the further from the core, the colder it is as the thermal capacity is less with less dense elements and less kinetic interaction (less friction and such).

But it is also heated and influenced externally by IR and other energy and matter from the sun, that energy interacts with the shitload of matter and results in heating. Thermally, the system will also always try to equalize and some energy is “lost to the aether”. That of course, because otherwise, any and every moment the sun affects the earth, the earth would just continue heating up, so it also does lose thermal energy, quite implicitly…as the sun is clearly constantly required to keep the temperature “livable”.

Tiny variations of one of those less dense elements which constitutes a miniscule amount of the “air” won’t change anything appreciably, it’s impossible. Especially when you consider that it’s bound to oxygen, and tends to break down and cycles back as denser carbon in water or soil relatively quickly.

The only reason carbon is so targeted is because of its importance to life, its relative scarcity and they want to control things. It’s easier to try and control a small amount of something than a large amount of something else. It’s a scapegoat for degenerate bullshit.

So yeah, do try point out what particularly glaring errors I made with my thinking there.

F.E.A.R.
F.E.A.R.
May 17, 2021 12:03 AM

“Smart” is the word.

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Apr 16, 2021 10:59 AM
Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:06 PM
Reply to  Peter Abraham

I see other comments on that video but I can’t comment. I’m going to get my cousin to test for me. Is it just me?

That’s a good excerpt.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 7:44 PM
Reply to  Arby

If you can”t comment, it means youtube has flagged you.

I haven’t been able to comment on youtube videos in about 2 months or so, coz I mentioned sunlight (which is a public health threat, in the sense that I threaten to improve public health).

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 16, 2021 10:39 PM
Reply to  Peter Abraham

It’s even worse than this for the ”tests”, they took the RNA from the ”tests” which we know was computer generated thanks to Wodarg and co. to test for the virus on one patient whose only criteria was he had a cold after coming home from China. It’s embarrassing.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 10:33 AM

“The Arabian Nights” is a collection of tales, which has been banned by Arab governments. Various editions of “The Arabian Nights” were also banned by the U.S. government under the Comstock Law of 1873.

I just have to laugh at that. Just goes to show how entirely full of shit they are in trying to hide things. It’s a pity Persia was so much better than it is today.

But it also makes it clear the sort of cultural collusion of the middle east and the u.s (no doubt with the influence of the uk) goes back a while.

And the eugenicist double standard…

“In 1938, in a case involving Margaret Sanger, Judge August Hand lifted the federal ban on birth control, effectively ending the use of the Comstock Law to target birth control information and devices.”

It’s a good time to revisit “Of mice and men”, I guess, maybe a dash of “Lord of the flies”.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 9:40 AM

“But did you know that since the pandemic, we’ve had 28,200 more deaths among diabetics that we’d normally expect? That’s not the kind of figure they show on a graph at No. 10 press conference. For people with heart disease, it’s 17,100. For dementia and Alzheimer’s, it’s 22,800. Most were categorised as Covid deaths:”

-Dr. Carl Heneghan

“For example, a report published during the first wave in the British Medical Journal  titled Covid-19: “Staggering number” of extra deaths in community is not explained by covid-19″ has suggested that quarantine measures in the United Kingdom, as a result of the new coronavirus, may have already killed more UK seniors than the coronavirus has during the months of April and May.”

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2021/04/13/most-diabetic-heart-disease-alzheimers-deaths-categorized-as-covid-deaths-uk/

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 3:14 AM

I just caught up with this piece. Not only scientists and medicos who will be charged with domestic terrorism or have their practicing certificates revoked. Interesting to see how this unfolds and whether lawyers in other countries who begin class actions will encounter the same threats. https://www.theguardian.com/law/2021/mar/28/lawyer-leading-melbourne-tower-lockdown-class-action-under-investigation-by-legal-board

epousedesacrecoeur
epousedesacrecoeur
Apr 16, 2021 1:47 AM

Texas still requires people to wear masks because the governor still allowed businesses to decide whether to continue the covid-19 restrictions or not.

MaryLS
MaryLS
Apr 16, 2021 2:37 AM

I think people should vote with their feet. Patronize places that do not require masks.

epousedesacrecoeur
epousedesacrecoeur
Apr 16, 2021 2:55 AM
Reply to  MaryLS

Which places are not requiring masks? I don’t know of any, except possibly, HEB, but the last time I went(before the “removing” of the restrictions), they tried to coerce me to wear one. However, I have walked in places that have signs that say one should wear a mask but they didn’t force me to wear one.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:08 PM

Unfortunately, the vast majority are bamboozled or going along to get along.

epousedesacrecoeur
epousedesacrecoeur
Apr 17, 2021 11:05 PM
Reply to  Arby

Yes, it is unfortunate. However, while I think people should try to do what they can, I think people shouldn’t take this sitting down and far too many are. I wear a face covering(black scraf, face shield, or a mask with anti-mask messages)recultantly if I have to visit a place out of necessity, but I make a habit of at least entering a place unmasked and resisting the mask mandate if possible. I’ve always been a coward, but I can’t take what they are doing sitting down. What they are doing is wrong, evil, and immoral and they are pushing for the new world order. I just can’t believe so many people support this.

Arby
Arby
Apr 18, 2021 6:51 AM

Acknowledged.

rob2
rob2
Apr 16, 2021 3:39 PM

I’m in Texas. Been doing curbside with HEB since they made masks mandatory to shop. Two days ago, I asked an unmasked employee gathering carts in the parking lot what their policy was and he replied it was voluntary. So, for the first time since last summer, I went in and loaded my netspend card, no mask no interference. That same day, a maskless shopper coming out of Home Depot’s garden center also informed me it’s voluntary.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 6:24 PM
Reply to  rob2

Meaning, some employees know, and are “trojan” against their bullshit narratives.

Earlier today, I bought some beers and tbh, I just didn’t care for a moron to bother me with his inherited sense of authority. DSO I wore a mask for a minute or so, coz I already knew that guy is an idiot.

*DSO is not a misspelling, it’s deathspell omega, so…

epousedesacrecoeur
epousedesacrecoeur
Apr 17, 2021 11:07 PM
Reply to  rob2

That’s good. Thank you for the information. I’m sorry that they put you out for curbside. That’s disrespectful to you as a customer and a person.

les online
les online
Apr 16, 2021 1:22 AM

so what to make of the Australian governments decision?… concerned about injuries & deaths due to the Astrazeneca Russian Roulette jab ,that variant wont be administered to the under 50s…but it’ll still be administered to the over 50s ?

there’s science, and there’s ‘medical science’…

Joerg
Joerg
Apr 15, 2021 9:49 PM

Only now did I realize, that James corbett has been censored from Youtube (I hav Win XP and was downloadinf from Corbett’s site anyway).
Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!Screw Youtube!

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 8:07 PM

This is a comment I just came across on Corona Virus Plushies Bitchute channel…thought I’d copy and paste it, with thanks to the dude listed at the top…

saratoga777
Considering that the C-virus was constructed on a computer, meaning its RNA has never been isolated, and considering that the physical virus as such has never been isolated either, I find it quite amazing that they were capable of creating both a test and a vaccine, based on no data at all. Actually high level quack Christian Drosten had created the test without owning a sample of any new virus, he even admitted it. How can you detect or fight anything if you don’t even know what you’re looking for? It’s even possible that the entire virus-hypothesis is completely false, that ‘exosomes’ are being misunderstood as ‘viruses’. And then over 200’000 people are dying each year from preventable hospital infections in Europe, and politicians couldn’t care less about it. So where does this phoney interest in our health come from, all of a sudden? These politicians only care about our health when the topic may be abused as a Trojan horse against our basic freedoms. It’s a blatant PSYOP from the textbook of the world’s most evil intelligence agencies. Whenever satanists want to ‘help’ you, then run, run for your life. The ‘population reduction injection’ was created first, and then they had to invent a narrative as a pretext so they could inject the poison into us. [show less]

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 15, 2021 8:32 PM
Reply to  Corarden

Then they have these Stanford buffoons saying sugar is poison. No wonder they are so brain dead. The brain runs on glucose and they run on coffee with butter.

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 16, 2021 12:42 AM
Reply to  Peter Sky

coffee, butter and a dodgy vaccine hey.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6nkgw9

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 6:45 AM
Reply to  Peter Sky

There is a very good scientific reason for butter in coffee – buyrates = gut health. Also brain runs even more efficiently on saturated fats.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:17 PM
Reply to  Glenda

I have big issues with “The Contagion Myth,” but that seems to be the authors’ position as well. I’ve never feared butter or sugar. I felt that those were natural foods. The only issue is quality. The above authors also make that point. But they assert that you have to eat meat or else. Well, Doesn’t that too depend on quality? If your diet is quality veggies…? As a matter of fact, the only meat I eat is seafood. I’m happy to note that the shrimp I eat all the time is high in iron, unless I am not reading the label properly. (about 125 g meat – 20% iron)

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 18, 2021 8:15 AM
Reply to  Arby

You are probably reading that wrong. It’s probably 20% of RDA.

Coz there shouldn’t be more than a few milligrams in 125g shrimp. I mean, if the shrimp you eat has 20% iron, next time you see a car…just remember, there’s your lunch.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:12 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

I learned that some time ago. Sweetners cause neurological problems (probably both directly and indirectly). You can force yourself to get used to the awful taste of artificial sugar (and not breathing properly) but the fact is that your brain needs sugar. If you’re not getting enough, then your brain triggers your appetite. It does that because you can get sugar from a number of sources and if you eat enough, chances are good that you’ll get that sugar. But you’ll gain weight.

SEF
SEF
Apr 18, 2021 3:24 PM
Reply to  Arby

Your liver makes the very little ‘sugar’ your body needs through gluconeogenesis. The brain and heart run far more efficiently on ketones versus glucose. If sugar is so necessary, why does your body have a very complex system in place for keeping your circulating blood sugar so low compared to how much is ingested in today’s diet? You need to question everything. Excess sugar is a great way to nutritionally deplete your body and make it ripe for illness which is why it’s so heavily pushed in industrial food production.

Arby
Arby
Apr 18, 2021 4:36 PM
Reply to  SEF

Yes, ‘we’ need to question everything. Ask an expert your above question and then get back to me with the answer. I’m not an expert. I know what I know because I pay attention and read. Experts (David Waltner Toews and Brewster Kneen) inform me that our brains need sugar and that artificial sugar causes neurological problems and can lead to weight gain. I eat organic sugar myself and hardly use it. I drink my coffee and tea black. I don’t eat cereal. I only use sugar for hot lemon drinks, which I rarely do but should do more of for my kidneys.

The above links go to David’s book, which I’ve read. The link for Brewster goes to some website where he is interviewed about his book “From Land To Mouth,” which I’ve read. I’ve also read his book titled “Farmageddon.” I don’t see any website that he’s attached to. As for Facebook, I don’t go there.

richard
richard
Apr 16, 2021 5:02 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

glucose powers all cells – not just the brain…

Glucose is the primary fuel that powers our bodies at the cellular level. We get glucose from the food we eat. Our body has a complex system for keeping glucose within a healthy range, metabolizing it into fuel or storing it for later use.”

SEF
SEF
Apr 18, 2021 3:25 PM
Reply to  richard

Most cells in the body can be fueled just fine by ketones and the small amount of glucose needed by your body is produced by your liver.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 9:49 PM
Reply to  Corarden

In Australia 909 people with an average age of 87 might have died of so called covid, but really they died of old age. 141,000 other people died. Already vaccine surveys have shown that 50% are having adverse reactions, 25% can’t work or go to school for days, 2 have died. They don’t matter a damn. Yesterday a 48 year old diabetic died after a jab and that is meh, but when a 105 year old died last year with end stage alzheimers it was a great tragedy.

Now they are saying the borders to the world will never be open even after the so called vaccines. I have never seen so many supposedly intelligent people peddling this junk as a pandemic.

Ooink
Ooink
Apr 15, 2021 10:54 PM

It’s almost time for me to get rid of my internet I think and get out of the city. There’s madness all around.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Apr 17, 2021 4:31 AM

I don’t think you mean that borders will never be open to the rich, the Executive Jet class.

They will always be allowed to go wherever they want, because they have bought the fixers.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 15, 2021 11:14 PM
Reply to  Corarden

Excellent comment C. And coming on OffG, you learn something every day! I had no idea there was a Coronavirus Plushies Bitchute channel. Will check it out this evening.
Just your opinion – do you think more people are waking up to the scamdemic, however, they still go along with the mask mandates and social distancing dictates mainly out of fear of being arrested or fined?

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 3:36 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Gezzah I am encouraged by contacts, friends of friends, whom I have never met, who are sending me pages of info showing the terrible death toll on healthy young people from around the world, who would have otherwise lived, unvaccinated, and twitter footage of a crowd of unmasked people in a pub chanting “get it off, get it off” at two masked people, who try to remonstrate but eventually give up and walk out. The clip was entitled “People Power”. I think there is a quiet, underground movement going on.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 16, 2021 4:07 AM
Reply to  Glenda

Good to hear Glenda… I’m in a bayside suburb today and showed a couple of people Offguardian and recommended they look at it.
I’ve seen several people here today fully masked up, and very sadly one young man in his early 20s who seems to have gone insane – wearing both masks and gloves, and as he walked along the street, whenever anyone walked towards him, he was trying to press himself against the wall to keep as far away as possible.
When he walked past me, all I saw in his eyes was terror.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:19 PM
Reply to  Glenda

See “Vaccine Impact” for graphic, excellent coverage of… impacts of their covid 19 injections and vaccines generally.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 16, 2021 12:16 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Hi Gezzah.

I think we are reaching a tipping point, to borrow from Reiner Fuellmich. The sheer absurdity of the reasons for extending the emergency measures, the fact we have at least one ( retired ) member of the military speaking out here in the UK is salient. I think the MSM are so disconnected (by design) and piling it on to such an extreme level, that it indicates desperation, and prefigures a total collapse of the narrative.

When I do my quick in and out milk and cereal run at the local shop, I’m still the only unmasked person, but nobody stares at me, or questions me anymore, so that indicates obedience, rather than genuine fear of the bug from hell.

Like you I have good days and bad days. But we have to truly believe that we will prevail, as that positive energy is so important in breaking down this vicious, criminal construct.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 16, 2021 12:40 PM
Reply to  Corarden

I said on another post here that I’m seeing more people openly defying the mandatory masks on public transport, especially trains, albeit still a small minority. But seemingly growing!
Yes, I’ve had glares, but no one has said a word to me. Even had ticket inspectors ask to see my travel pass, and they haven’t said a word about me not wearing a face muzzle.
I walk right past PSO’s (transport police) and they don’t even blink. Now if this was really about a deadly pandemic and virus…
I’ve heard several anecdotal stories from people who have asked police in private what they think about the “pandemic” and the cops have straight out said its all bullshit.
Regards what you said about others, I’m reminded of the large placard at a London protest: Your Obedience is Prolonging This Nightmare.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:24 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I was pleasantly surprised when my instructor – security training – blurted out that he thought all of this covid stuff was crap and asked if anyone agreed. I was the only one in the class who said ‘here’. He said “Than you!” Later, I could see others in the class also thought the same. They just didn’t respond when the instructor queried them.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Apr 16, 2021 11:49 PM
Reply to  Arby

Good! I actually believe more people are awake than what we may think, however they’re unfortunately letting their fear get the better of them.
I’ve met people who were actually wearing masks but knew covid was a load of bumpkin. Why? They didn’t want confrontations with people or risk being fined.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Apr 17, 2021 4:34 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Enormous numbers are just keeping their heads down as they have children and mortgages.

The ones who buy into it are the credulous ones who still believe in fairy stories like the media tells the truth, Government works for the people and scientists don’t have egos, greed nor the ability to commit adultery.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 8:08 PM
Reply to  Arby

You’re in a class?

I guess this is why I don’t teach or even bother learning anymore.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:22 PM
Reply to  Corarden

I also think that people have allowed themselves to get into it all so deeply, that even if some of them are thinking that maybe it’s insanity and they are being ridiculous, false pride is stopping them from changing course.

Fanto
Fanto
Apr 16, 2021 12:12 AM
Reply to  Corarden

[…]
Quarantined all alone, Mother Nature’s on the phone
“What have you been doing? Don’t forget I am your home
Virus come, fires burn until human beings learn
From every disaster, you are not my master”
[…]
Earth is like a white rose
Quiet cloud of petals fold
A place so corrupt where
Angel flesh and blood is sold
[…]

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 3:27 AM
Reply to  Corarden

Astounds me why countries are toeing the vaccine line. Especially countries like Australia where we have had fewer deaths than our normal flu season would account for. Regardless of the scamdemic based on useless information, just encouraging people to care for their health with easily accessed, successful, preventative protocols against ANY illness seems to be anathema. It is just about vaccine, vaccine, vaccine! So let’s inject unknown particles into our bodies based on unknown and unavailable science which will cause, and is causing, awful side affects such as strokes and paralysis such as TM, GBS, Bells Palsy and ignore this sensible rational approach? https://orthomolecular.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=0aa1883c6411f7873cb83dacb17b0afc.195&s=d7513899274779d492d4c6d9101c3a1e

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 9:18 AM
Reply to  Glenda

https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/covid-stringency-index?
You can click on a country to see the changes in its level of restrictions. It seems to me that Aus and NZ take the grand prize for over-reacting.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:28 PM
Reply to  Glenda

Countries are not their police State governments. Governments are not what people think they are. I’ve been saying it for years. I’ve been calling them fascist for years and was usually met with “I would go that far.” Now everyone normal who is politicized goes that far easily, from what I can see. I don’t follow the crowd and I don’t believe in fearing man. (That’s fearing, as in both fearing and letting the fear direct you.)

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Apr 17, 2021 4:35 AM
Reply to  Glenda

Robber barons are threatening them. Just look at the threats Pfizer makes to nation states. And they are just a pharma company. This is extortion pure and simple and the only way to stop extortionists is to tell the world about them or shoot them.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 7:05 PM

The odd thing is if you read the State Corporatist Media the world seems quite normal… a bit mass psycho with all the Covid obsession but otherwise business as usual.

It’s enough to drive you schizo. Perhaps I imagined all of it.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 8:51 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

About 2 years ago, I said to my brother, what they are trying to do, is to drive normal, decent people, with common sense, a sense of fair play, …they are trying to drive those people mad. Don’t let them. Disengage, as much as you can…and that was before this shitshow even started…I had no idea…no idea…what was coming…which I have to say, has been described the best by our very own Maxwell; pasted below and bravo.

Maxwell
Aug 17, 2020 3:34 AM

DNA sequencing of the common cold is being used as a pretext for re-engineering every aspect our every day lives.

Think about the diabolical elegance of this.

It won’t work. Fight back.

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 3:39 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

Well of course it’s ‘kerching’!! Destroy people’s lives with impunity while govts foot the damage bill. What a good business plan that is. So clever, go and buy shares now!

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Apr 17, 2021 4:36 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

The Daily Mail can always be relied upon to support the billionaire class and the parasites that attach themselves to their coat-tails.

Esmeralda
Esmeralda
Apr 15, 2021 6:52 PM

Not sure if this has already been posted (and apologies if so) but this is an interesting twitter thread showing the spidery web of Gate’s interests and support… https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1377391696250478593.html

David Robinson
David Robinson
Apr 15, 2021 6:45 PM

India has much greater public health problems than that posed by SARS COV2 which comes nowhere near the top ten causes of death, trumped by the following highly communicable diseases: diarrhoea at 720,000 deaths per annum, lower respiratory tract infections at 520,000 deaths per annum and tuberculosis at 450,000 deaths per annum [7]. India has never locked down to prevent these fatalities which are a regular annual occurrence. ….only 0.95% of the population (13.7 million) have tested positive for SARS COV2 and 171,000 of those cases had COVID 19 entered on their death certificates, which amounts to 0.0124% of the entire population

Interesting read.

https://leftlockdownsceptics.com/2021/04/india-is-under-another-lockdown-why/

October
October
Apr 15, 2021 8:31 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

IMO, the fact that India is a big drug and vaccine manufacturer is the reason for this weird situation, where they are making a huge fuss about something that is a mere blip in the overall health situation of the country.

Also, it a testing ground for biometric ID systems, e-payment and so-called ‘smart’ stuff.

In India more than anywhere else, this ‘new’ disease would not even have been noticed if it had not been hyped up by the media et al.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 9:54 PM
Reply to  October

It’s amazing that 400 million internal migrant workers marched for months and weeks last year and none got sick, the stupid media do not notice. In the ABC in Australia they are so oblivious to facts they still think the ambulances at the hospitals in Italy, New York and other places around the west were taking the sick and old and literally committing murder by dumping them in ”homes”.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 9:38 AM

Many of the internal covid refugees suffered or died from starvation, etc. But they do not count in the scheme of imported global threats and solutions such as tests, quarantine, masking, obeying WHO and profiteering. I imagine the fundamentalists in power must be excited at the prospect of more depopulation of “low-castes”.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:30 PM
Reply to  October

“Media” is correct but ‘corporate, pharma-funded media’ says a lot more.

Karry
Karry
Apr 15, 2021 9:16 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

India now has something like one and half billion people digitally logged – courtesy of Rishi Sunak’s father-in-law.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 9:52 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

In both China and India about 9 million people a year die of all causes, nearly 3 million in the USA, about 2.8 million in Brazil but for some demented reason the tiny number of very old people are great martyrs to big pharma and the rest of us have to be poisoned to keep up the scam. WHO has finally said it’s a beta coronavirus, which is of course what pathologists have said for close to a year.

Jane
Jane
Apr 16, 2021 3:41 AM

What is a beta coronavirus?

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 16, 2021 10:46 PM
Reply to  Jane

The fake name they give to colds

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 2:10 PM

Anyone who says it’s any sort of causative virus is a moron.

Every supposed “virus” is associated with bodily damage from toxicity and deficiency. Absolutely every resulting “virus”.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 9:29 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

Just as elsewhere, this is an opportunity for India to show less cases and deaths under many common causes. After a few months of hype on toilets – yes, basic toilets – a couple of years ago, the govt. went back to more profitable matters. E.g., fracking, nuclear, outer space, big farming, armaments, joining Big Brother in containing China..

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 15, 2021 6:36 PM

When you intentionally, willfully (assuming you are capable of that) project damage, stress, fear, anxiety, that sort of shit, needing to hide or say pander, sycophancy that sort of shit for “image” (other than mammon worshiping)….You’re degenerate and pathetic.

Usually smugness is what betrays your being. Psychopaths and sociopaths don’t notice what they say. You should check it out, they actually have dysfunctional brains.

Often btw, an easy tell regarding that would be gesturing in physical terms. Like when someone smiles a lot, when questioned about degenerate shit. Eyebrows lifting (personal gain, their “higher selves” being defensive). They don’t recognize they betray themselves, they don’t have control over it, because of their intentions.

They for instance, smirk, grin or laugh out of confusion and despair when peddling their degeneracy. They are not familiarized yet, with the other side of the clown.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 10:10 AM

There’s a banned book about the dysfunction related to psychopaths and sociopaths, iirc, a Polish doctor wrote it. Maybe I can find info about it again, coz I don’t fucking remember.

Though, a sort of clue lending to that is that toxoplasma gondii levels are often more prevalent in the brains of psycho/sociopaths. They have more “authoritarian” aspirations…seriously.

Philippe
Philippe
Apr 16, 2021 12:02 PM

That’s as clear a description as I’ve seen of every Bill Gates interview – particularly the ones where he talks about lots of people dying.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 1:37 PM
Reply to  Philippe

Well, “Momma say stop or I’m gonna tell to papa…”

Tbh, papa already knows, and hell has no fury like the earth.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Apr 15, 2021 6:01 PM

Science is full of shit.
Scientism is bigger than any religion.
Modern science is anti science.
The machiavellian state never tells the truth so I know immediately to suspect their scientific narratives. Big bang, evolution, man on the moon, 9/11…
Don’t make me laugh.

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 15, 2021 5:51 PM

The covid cult are stuck on the 222nd floor and the lift is broken. The message on the tanoy says to stay where you are. There is no need to worry.

Sunshine in an empty place.

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 15, 2021 6:14 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

oh oh yeah

Joerg
Joerg
Apr 15, 2021 7:19 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

I like this one:
“COVID-19 The Musical – by Frankie Goes To Nowhere”

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 15, 2021 7:30 PM
Reply to  Joerg

Lol! Hilarious. Send that shit up. We should be ridiculing their lunacy. Just like this!

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:34 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Trump – with goggles on. Only. Hmmm.

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Apr 16, 2021 11:58 AM
Reply to  Joerg

Screw Tube obviously suppressing the hit counter. I’m surprised they haven’t deleted it.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 16, 2021 12:18 PM
Reply to  Peter Abraham

Even they have to admit it’s pretty excellent

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 6:19 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

Lockdown still needed for vaccinated people French court rules (connexionfrance.com)= the judges who rule on this shit are criminals – this on the same day France finally added nearly 4 million ‘recoveries” thus over night reducing their massive death rate from 25% to 2% and Sweden have added in 718,000 recoveries finally and the Netherlands 1.15 million recovered – so much for the con of rampant infections across the EU

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 15, 2021 6:43 PM

Fun, fun.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 15, 2021 5:49 PM

I’ve decided to do what Corbett urged and finally get around to reading ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’. Doing a little due diligence on Thomas Kuhn I discover he held a Rockefeller Chair. Hmm…

Based on the early chapters some issues are rising in my mind. One is that Kuhn is presenting it as an entirely normal feature of modern science that there is a dominant paradigm (what we might perhaps now call a mainstream). He admits that this didn’t used to be the case and that very different ideas rooted in different metaphysics could co-exist. He says that disappeared but doesn’t say when or why – he does how ever leave the impression that it was feature of science becoming ‘modern’ and so must have been a good thing.

What I’m looking forward to is how Kuhn is going to explain why one paradigm replaces another. Is it going to be the building up of a preponderance of evidence – or is it going to have anything to do with the interests of those with wealth and power? Is he going to consider how paradigms are sustained (or enforced)? Are paradigm shifts going to be presented as always ‘progress’ or is some regression going to be admitted? I rather fear I know what the answers are going to be.

For example, did allopathic medicine become the new paradigm in the late Nineteenth Century because a steady accumulation of evidence convinced all rational people it was the best way? Or did Rockefeller medicine become the paradigmatic because it made the rich richer, other approaches were vilified and much past wisdom about healthcare has been lost while gains are either temporary or illusory.

Glenda
Glenda
Apr 16, 2021 6:26 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The first two chapters of Ty Bollinger’s “The Truth About Cancer” give an excellent history of how medicine evolved to arrive at the current authoritarian system. The change began in 1910 with a paper called the Flexnor Report. Before this there was no “alternative” medicine: the holistic approach incorporated herbal medicine, homeopathy, chiropractic etc. The paper was commissioned by the Rockefellers and Carnegies and the AMA. The Rockefellers ‘started finding out through organic chemistry that they could alter oil-based molecules into all kinds of things, and they developed these into patented drugs, or drug molecules,’ Dr Bell told Ty. This was the beginning of a new framework for medicine and this was catalyzed during the second half of the 19th century into the “rigorous brand of systematized, experiential medical education” Rockefeller and the others envisioned when they pioneered the Flexner Report. (see pages 24 and 25 of Ty’s book.) Various medical schools were put out of business. (I highly recommend Ty’s excellent book. Free access to his latest doco series “The Quest for the Cures” where he interviews cancer experts in 25 countries is available from April 21. And no, I am in no way connected – just an admirer of his dedication to finding out what current allopathic medical practice is denying the public.)

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 9:48 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Allopathic med. became dominant because of (a) fascism/oligarchy (subversion with money) (b) colonialism and neo-colonialism (c) govt. action against institutions for alternative/traditional med. (d) violence against practitioners, which is still ongoing (e) discrimination against patients, e.g. in medical leave.

Philippe
Philippe
Apr 16, 2021 12:15 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Interesting points re paradigm shifts.

As Max Planck pointed out: Science advances one funeral at a time.

Clever bloke, Max.

Timothy Drayton
Timothy Drayton
Apr 15, 2021 5:47 PM

I think this is probably the most profound episode of the Corbett report I have watched, and I will probably watch it a second time tomorrow. So congratulations for that. Of course, the kind of paradigm we are discussing here is not internal to science but is one that is promoted by the patrons of science. Then again, perhaps it has always been so.

TFS
TFS
Apr 15, 2021 5:35 PM

All I can can say is:

Go and get a full dose of Dr Malcolm Kendrick for sneaky peak behind the scenes of medical science

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 5:33 PM

The Americans have the fraternities, the Pi Beta Phi like my blasted ex; the Russians have their FSB/KGB system of promoting people from the distant towns (on the threat they can always be sent back home); and the British have their Oxford PPE nonentities, so full of themselves for having arrived (and thus little different to the FSB/KGB recruits).

They are churned out in quite a volume, not at all exclusive. Like the luxury goods industry the rarity value is more marketing than fact. And they are all over the State Corporatist Media, Big Tech social media and the Military Industrial Bureaucratic world.

Then you’ve got this lot: https://www.winterwatch.net/2021/04/the-freemason-conspiracy-fact-or-myth/

These are the foot soldiers of Event Covid.

Grace Johns
Grace Johns
Apr 15, 2021 9:10 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

What a fascinating site that is. Your book and web recommends almost always give me hours of “pleasure”.

77 Brigade - Retired
77 Brigade - Retired
Apr 15, 2021 5:32 PM

With a natural survival rate of 99.00% recovery, why would anyone put an unverified chemical concoction in their body which has a lower efficacy rate than that?

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 6:03 PM

Why would anyone wish to inject it into children? God forgive these ****t’s because nobody else will

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Apr 15, 2021 6:24 PM

You had it more right the first time, right below. It’s 99.85%.

77 Brigade - Retired
77 Brigade - Retired
Apr 15, 2021 5:28 PM

With a natural survival rate of 99.98% recovery, why would anyone put an unverified chemical concoction in their body which has a lower efficacy rate than that?

Fear, mostly driven by the msm as people accept unquestioning repeats as gospel… counting the new positives/cases like waiting for the lottery results.

Put them out of their misery by simply publishing the all-cause-death statics compared monthly over the last five years!

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 6:09 PM

10 years is better 5 years is misleading

Edith
Edith
Apr 15, 2021 7:57 PM

From what I see it has nothing to do with survival rates …they have bought the Qantas story…you will not be let on my aeroplane without the needle.,,I hear it all the time.,,

so first you addict the population to cheap air fares and then you bribe them with a threat that they can never go anywhere again…most of the ones I know lining up for the shit know it was all a hoax…but if this is what it takes to travel again they will go put the rubbish in their bodies..

more madness…being done at huge expense to the govt budgets….for what?

Frances
Frances
Apr 16, 2021 1:55 PM
Reply to  Edith

Michael West Media has done an interesting youtube episode on Qantas Rejoyces and the amount of govt. funding/corporate welfare given to the airline, yet Qantas cut at least 6000 jobs.

Joerg
Joerg
Apr 15, 2021 5:17 PM

“DR. STEVE HOTZE: COVID-19 “VACCINE” IS NOT A VACCINE, BUT A DANGEROUS EXPERIMENTAL GENE THERAPY” – https://www.bitchute.com/video/djYJw1JY2NKS/
 
(You can download with https://www.tubeoffline.com/download-BitChute-videos.php )

77 Brigade - Retired
77 Brigade - Retired
Apr 15, 2021 5:33 PM
Reply to  Joerg

Excellent video by Dr Hotze.
Thanks for posting.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 8:01 PM
Reply to  Joerg

Yep, cheers for that.

corarden
corarden
Apr 15, 2021 4:40 PM

Researcher, do you have any information on the BCG vaccination that we all got growing up? I think I have only heard it mentioned once here over the last year. Something about all of this is jogging some distant sense of something long ago that never made sense. One isn’t aware of the damage done, just a sense of being injured, like those poor children in the Vaxxed documentaries.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 15, 2021 4:58 PM
Reply to  corarden

I’ve mentioned it a few times a few months ago, it’s one of the more fundamental damaging factors in the world coz it’s super prevalent, and its prevalence is tied to a rather large amount of problems..

From my speculation, it’s one of the more significant factors relating to RTIs (in general, prevalence of TB, asthma) aside from other sort of issues (Polio/AFM/GBS, diabetes, etc).

In India, in the context of children, it’s considered an abject failure (largest study of it), with absolutely no benefits whatsoever (but also, associated with numerous negative results).

I don’t have links and reference with me, atm, but I’m sure it can be deconstructed relatively easily.

King of the heathens
King of the heathens
Apr 15, 2021 6:06 PM
Reply to  corarden

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Researcher
Researcher
Apr 15, 2021 7:16 PM
Reply to  corarden

I haven’t researched that particular vaccine. I haven’t had the shot and don’t know anyone who has ever had TB. Here’s a list of the ingredients and common side effects. BCG vaccines supposedly contain Mycobacterium bovis, which is a bacteria allegedly responsible for cow Tuberculosis. BCG vaccines also contain MSG and polysorbate 80.

All vaccines contain traces of foreign animal and/or human tissue and/or foreign or recombinant proteins and/or modified bacteria such as the BCG vaccine which are initially cultured in animal cell lines then grown in egg albumin. All human vaccines contain UNlisted ingredients. Usually multiple types of metal nanoparticles.

In the paper I link to below, the cow TB bacteria was grown in albumin, dextrose and catalase. And contained polysorbate 80 and Middlebrook 7H9 broth which contains a number of ingredients including non organic salts. It was then cultured by the authors in murine macrophage cells, bovine serum with two types of antibiotics. Fairly standard pro forma.

Mycobacterium bovis (in a mouse model) appears to induce Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress, activates Interferon Regulatory Factor 3 (IRF-3), causes apoptosis in macrophages and mitochondria damage. None of that is good news. That’s just one paper.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 7:57 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Thanks Researcher…many generations of us in the UK have the BCG circular scar in the upper arm.

Frances
Frances
Apr 16, 2021 12:01 AM
Reply to  Researcher

I had the BCG vaccine in Canada 66 years ago when I was 10; I thought I had the needle scratches in parallel lines on the lower back which could be seen years later as raised white lines.

martin
martin
Apr 16, 2021 2:47 AM
Reply to  Researcher

I had pulmonary TB as a teenager in the mid ’60s. I did not have the BCG vaccination, I tested positive to the TST skin test but it was assumed I had resistance, not active TB. My friends father had TB and I spent a lot of time in their house. I suspect they kept quiet about it and it came out after I got it, or maybe they didn’t know.

Anyway I’m interested in how transmission of TB is explained by people who question germ theory. Also any evidence that BCG reduced TB over better living conditions. eg new council housing replaced old damp terraced houses.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 16, 2021 9:31 AM
Reply to  martin

“About 90% of people who become infected with tuberculosis do not develop the disease.”

Just that number alone gives us a major clue. The bacterial presence is not indicative of disease. So the presence of bacteria is responsible for clearing up whatever toxin people are exposed to that causes the creation of the bacteria by one’s body.

In terrain theory your body is creating bacteria and “viruses”. These ”viruses“ are actually proteins, enzymes and exosomes that have been misclassified and misattributed. That’s why virologists can’t ever find viruses. These bacteria, proteins, enzymes and exosomes break apart the toxins, by-products and affected cells. So the cause of one’s illness is a toxic exposure not the bacteria or contagion. Perhaps something in the housing or the pipes was causing an exposure to a toxin/s. Mold. Fungi. A chemical or compound in one of the building products. Lead paint. Lead pipes.

As for the BCG vaccine, it doesn’t work. The reduction of all diseases occurred before vaccines were introduced.

“We agree with those members of the profession who hold that no germ causes tuberculosis. Germs do not cause any disease. Further, we agree that there is more harm in the fear of germs than there is in the germs themselves.” — Timely Truths on Human Health – Simon Louis Katzoff, M.D. 1921

martin
martin
Apr 16, 2021 1:24 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Thank you for your response. We lived in a freezing country house, living conditions not much different from previous century, my sister says we were under nourished. No TV, idyllic actually. I called it Consumption.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 16, 2021 2:46 PM
Reply to  martin

Perhaps your sister is not far off the mark. Nutritional deficiencies are common contributory factors responsible for all the “viruses” they can’t find.

Mumps – Vitamin B
Measles – Vitamin A
Rubella – Vitamin A
Chicken Pox  – Vitamin A, D
Shingles – Vitamin A, D
Polio  – Vitamin A, B
Rotavirus  – Vitamin A, D
Pneumonia  – Vitamin A, D
Pneumococcal – Vitamin A
Tetanus – Vitamin A
Pertussis  – Vitamin D 
Influenza – Vitamin D
Meningitis – Vitamin C, D
HPV – Vitamin B, C, Zinc

When populations have enough of these vitamins, these “diseases” disappear. In my own personal research, polyphenols and phytomedicine can eradicate all illnesses. Including cancer.

If TB is contagious why didn’t everyone in your whole family contract TB? Living in a country house with no tv is idyllic. Being cold and undernourished, is not.

martin
martin
Apr 16, 2021 4:42 PM
Reply to  Researcher

My younger sister was treated for latent TB. But nobody in the family in question got it but the father. My elder sister had Polio in late ’50s. None of us other 3 kids got it, nor our mother or father, though they were held in isolation. (My sister was the only one who had had tonsillectomy). I am a beginner at this but I am learning, though rather late in the day.

In some ways the ‘Terrain’ agrees with the older idea was that we live in a sea of disease which we survive by keeping our strength up, through healthy clean practices and good food.

What is your view of Grant Genereux’ view on Vitamin A?
https://archive.org/details/PoisoningForProfits

What is your view on STD ? How does transmission occur if not microbial or viral?

Niacin or B3 is an interesting one particularly wrt mental illness. Andrew Saul ‘Niacin The Real Story’. My brother is schizophrenic though he disagrees. He has a chip implant. I don’t tell hem we all are due to get one.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 3:56 PM
Reply to  Researcher
mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 10:05 AM
Reply to  martin

Infection, resistance, living conditions, basic nutrition, etc.: the barrage of propaganda from the med. industry drowns out alternative views. Since you mentioned one anectdote of infection, here is another. I used to patronise a small barber shop that 2 brothers ran. One of them was missing for some time, and then reappeared, coughing badly. He died soon after that of TB, but no one else I know including his brother contracted the disease.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 15, 2021 4:34 PM

Anyone know anything about this?:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Zp7Iaz3bvp33/

It’s not so much that she collapsed but that nobody seems concerned. cf.

https://fortune.com/2021/04/14/denmark-astrazeneca-vaccine-rollout/

Denmark’s announcement on Wednesday took a dramatic turn when the unit chief who provided much of the data behind the country’s decision, Tanja Erichsen, collapsed during her presentation. Reporters attending the event were told that she quickly recovered, after she suffered a brief moment of faintness.

And that would appear to be that!

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 15, 2021 4:38 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Well, her conscience overcame her briefly. But she’s fine now. Back to murdering by proxy. The show must go on.

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 5:58 PM
Reply to  Researcher

A prat worthy of a murderous clown

Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 6:14 PM
Reply to  Corarden

that was supposed to be ‘prat fall’

October
October
Apr 15, 2021 5:32 PM
Reply to  George Mc
Corarden
Corarden
Apr 15, 2021 6:16 PM
Reply to  October

Hard work, betraying an entire country full of your own people…have a Kit Kat…take a breather….his place amongst the 500 milllion on one of the paradise island isn’t far off…or so he was told…but he’s sweating…it isn’t going to plan…

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
Apr 15, 2021 7:31 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Probably should have put some sugar in her coffee.

Loverat
Loverat
Apr 15, 2021 4:12 PM

Gosh, just been over to Zero Hedge. One flip flop to another on Covid19. I know Roddis writes his fence-sitting stuff here, and we need a variety of views. But I hope this site keeps up the fight. If there is an argument to be made against any pro freedom narratives they can be raised. After 14 months I’ve seen nothing coherent.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 4:54 PM
Reply to  Loverat

That’s why I rarely link to it. It’s a good aggregator, if you remember to click on the original source to give them the visits. But it’s seemingly been infiltrated.

I’ve told my story before but I accused them of publishing spook writers a year ago — and I was banned and deleted within 30 secs of posting.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 15, 2021 5:56 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I don’t normally visit zerohedge, but I was intrigued by your remarks and had a look.

I don’t know what they offered before this, but they seem to have been assimilated into the “Leftist” paradigm.

First giveaway: You have to scroll down more than half the page before a mention of covid. Past BLM crap and fleshy thighs advertising a holiday package to Dubai. (Usual schizophrenia: covid means the end of capitalism … but let’s not talk about that!)

Second giveaway: The virus article is the customary covid propaganda via Western pseudo-humanitarian concern that all those poor countries aren’t getting their lovely vaccines. (Misdirection of oppositional sentiment through redirecting anger from critique of the viral narrative to critique of “uncaring” “incompetent” rulers.)

I will add ZH to my list of “Why bother?” sites along with the aforementioned Roddis.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 4:00 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Lol! I haven’t look at ZH in a century. I was routing (right spelling?) for them a while back when I realized that they were Bloomberg’s competition. Competition perhaps, but meaningfully alternative?

Vitor Neilsrn
Vitor Neilsrn
Apr 15, 2021 3:33 PM

Prince Philip is dead coverage on the BBC attracts 110,000 complaints – a small meaningless minority

UK deaths in 12 months from covid-19, 127,000. Shutdown society, destroy the economy, coerce the population to be injected with an untested experimental “vaccine”

Anyone define “cognitive dissonance “

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 4:17 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsrn

No one died from covid, it’s not a real new disease, it’s no more than a cold virus

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 15, 2021 4:35 PM

“it’s no more than a cold virus”

Well that’s not quite true, since none of the suggested viruses can exist or function as claimed.

It’s no more than misattributed, conflated RESULTS and not causative in any way. Which of course, is why you can swap covid and influenza as if it’s the same thing, coz it pretty much is. Resultant bodily damage from deficiency and toxicity. Slight variations of results based on the influencing damaging factors.

As a reminder, antibodies cannot protect against anything. They are themselves, results of toxicity and shit being broken down. So essentially, all antibodies are intermediary toxins, thus they cannot be beneficial as they’re merely an indicator of toxic load and toxic in and of themselves.

But even in the “virology” frame, antibodies would mean “immunity”, yet, they refuse to address even the fraud related to that.

Which is to say, I think it’s REALLY stupid to call vitamin A, C, D deficiency “flu” or “cold”. Just like how chlorine, formaldehyde toxicity, maybe excess heavy metal toxicity and vitamin E and selenium deficiency being called “ebola” is really retarded.

ESPECIALLY, in the context of older people with significant mitochondrial dysfunction, resulting from accumulated toxicity, and depletion of fundamental longer term repair factors (such as PQQ and CoQ10). ATP-related dysfunction is apparent in practically ALL disease, btw.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 6:37 PM

Well they need to call something to justify selling all sorts of pills and potions.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 4:01 PM

It’s not a cold virus. Cold viruses don’t exist either.

comité espartaco
comité espartaco
Apr 15, 2021 3:32 PM

‘THROMBOTIC POLITICAL ECONOMY’
What we face is not new, as Marx and many others already knew. ‘Knowledge’ is, very truly, power and the ‘denial’ of knowledge to others is also power. The callous use of the ‘scientific’ label to reintroduced and impose superstition, bigotry and pure fear, is one of the gravest crimes that we are witnessing in the cruel Disney world of today. It is badly mistaken to think that there is only merchant-bankers. The worst type of merchants are merchant-politicians, merchant-scientists and merchant-doctors. All of them enjoy status and jobs completely dependent on the political power of the day and, therefore, they will toe the line at the least cracking of fingers of the master. In this inverted and perverted world, citizenship is the mass and dumb submission to a criminal needle, ‘science’ is just ‘nescience’ and ‘health’ a ‘thrombotic’ blip in the shares of a pharmaceutical. A brave New World, indeed.

Howard
Howard
Apr 15, 2021 3:17 PM

At best, science is a plaything for mathematicians, who have almost entirely taken over the field. One cannot be, and is not allowed to be, a scientist of any persuasion without a mastery of computation. Equations long ago displaced observation as the basis of science.

And now, like lightening, computer modeling is overtaking mathematics as the basis of science – an inevitable progression. The farther afield science gets from direct observation, the less reliable the data produced. And less reliable data is tailor made for the totalitarian mindset.

Edith
Edith
Apr 15, 2021 8:09 PM
Reply to  Howard

And computer modelling writes the equations to get the desired outcome…nice magic trick that few appear to understand…and our old friend Club of Rome learnt that one way back early 1970…the rest soon followed suit.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Apr 15, 2021 3:06 PM

“Science is a belief in the ignorance of the experts.”

– Richard P. Feynman –
(May 11, 1918 – February 15, 1988)

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 3:56 PM

Science works, it is this the scientific community that have been corrupted by the usual suspects.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 10:14 AM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Like everything else, science works for theose who pay for it.

“Specialists deepen knowledge like holes in the ground. They do not have an overall view. Education promotes respect for the existing holes.” -Edward de Bono, 1967

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 2:59 PM

The plutocrats are getting jealous and greedy. They do not want us having access to information. Tie a question to a balloon and send it up to Aaron Swartz.

Reuters Puts Website Behind A Paywall, Will Charge Readers $35 Monthly

As a wholesale news site it’s not worth* that (almost as much as the WSJ) so I welcome this opportunity for the real news media.

If you’ve read about Reuters and the BBC helping to foment regional wars on behalf of the UK Foreign Office, you may be wondering why you should have to pay for propaganda. Surely they’ve already been paid once.

*You would only be getting access to what’s currently the public site which is not the same one that the news media pay for. The professional “ticker” site competes by the fraction of a second to get the news out faster than Bloomberg or other rivals. The public site is written up for public consumption with a consequent delay. For example, the NYT got this story 20 minutes before it appeared on Reuters public site.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 3:55 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

By ‘real news’ media I guess you mean the alt-right propagandist of the UK 5th Column News, who you push relentlessly and who serve the interests of our Corporate masters, in their love of deregulation, Brexit, xenophobia, small government and unregulated free markets and, white-only values?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 4:32 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Write me your news rundown for today. 10 top stories. No, just five.

Kalen
Kalen
Apr 15, 2021 2:36 PM

What Corbett describes is just latest expression of ending of enlightenment era and return to scholasticism, process that started at least two decades ago not surprisingly associated with global corporate tyranny taking over academia. As a civilization we are moving from Democratic foundation of modern sciences, from Copernicus, Galilei, Descartes and Hume, to Newton back to medieval scholasticism of Augustine to Duns Scotus where science role was to prove consensus dogmas.

Age of supremacy of individual reason supported with empirical data over collective convictions or beliefs came to end.

David Hume was one of the greatest contributor to overthrowing most important scientific paradigm in history of civilization that rained supreme for three millennia of science. He rejected notion of existence of objective “laws of Nature” or in language of medieval scholasticism “God’s laws” scientists supposedly discover.

Instead he brilliantly asserted that such paradigm is baseless scientific dogma that must be rejected. In fact as Hume posited, what we observe as empirical data are simply events and sequences and what the so called laws really are, what scientist, a human being, subjectively infers and subjectively interprets in terms of “laws”. Bishop Berkeley on the other hand point out that scientists do not perceive reality but are driven by individual human perception of it and hence any empirical data is already biased via imposed subjective interpretative pyramid scientists adopt as reality.

in summary modern science requires humility, professional doubt, recognizing uncertainty of human judgment, promotes deep skepticism of science itself as even capable of adequately describing, explaining or predicting reality we live in.

That modern science is long gone replaced with expedient scholastic coteries defending their turf and influence, calling skeptics, true modern scientists, dangerous blasphemers.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 2:53 PM
Reply to  Kalen

Do you think that is linked to the corporatization of academia?

Universities have switched from being independent, chartered institutes free to pursue anything (within the purview of the state) to being profit-maximizing corporations driven by commercial imperatives (what sells best).

In addition, whole fields of study are now private property, having been patented by corporations so that scientists of chemistry and genetics can no longer pursue research wherever it leads them because they come up against “no tresspassing” signs.

Karry
Karry
Apr 15, 2021 4:28 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

At Sheep Farm Studios (I can only find them on YT – so I don’t know how long they will last), they have a film of Dr Judy Wood’s 911 lecture at the Breakthrough Energy Conference.

It is very relevant to yours and Kalen’s discussion – particularly in what happened to the uncompromised/unconflicted scientists, documented towards the end of the film.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Apr 15, 2021 6:41 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Healthcare, education, entertainment – transferring wealth and keeping us sick and stupid. Keeping charlatans in well paid employment.
Most institutions are simply cash cow scams to achieve the above.
I would even go as far as to say the (international) charity sector is another huge cash cow scam.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 15, 2021 2:29 PM

Science may once have been about coming up with a hypothesis and then testing it by repeatable experiments (although I doubt it) – now it’s about “laboratory modelling” until you get the answer your elite paymaster wants:

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7016e1.htm?s_cid=mm7016e1_w

The destruction of low-cost travel isn’t incidental here, it’s the whole point.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 15, 2021 2:08 PM

Compulsory microchipping of cats planned for UK.

This is of course all to do with increased theft (up 12.3% supposedly – another thinly disguised 33) and not at all to do with normalising microchipping for humans. Pet vaccination served exactly the same purpose.

Expect to be told it’s crazy you can find your cat if it’s lost through a microchip but couldn’t do the same for your child – so get them implanted now! Stooge celebs like Streisand and Kidman have been pushing this for years.

R Anand
R Anand
Apr 15, 2021 2:06 PM

“The game is about to get a whole lot darker.”

I am sorry to say but this is the underlying theme of most Corbett reports.

And, I differ from his view.

A year ago, too, people like Corbett would have made the same statement.

Since then, for every 1-2 dark steps of the global oligarchy there have been 2-3 bright steps of others. Just look at the number of people now whose eyes have opened to the hoax of covid, vaccines and even virology!

So, no, it is not about to get a whole lot darker. The light will still shine through!

Arby
Arby
Apr 15, 2021 2:13 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Evidence please. What’s stopping?

R Anand
R Anand
Apr 15, 2021 2:37 PM
Reply to  Arby

I can’t provide documentary evidence. I said what I said from the sense I get in reading and watching here and on other sites, and what I see around in the place where I live in India.

Also, when Corbett says “its about to get a whole lot darker,” he can’t provide evidence for that either.

It is important to know what thoughts and emotions we are putting out. The more we project negativities, the more of it we will create it for ourselves.

One can never get hope from people like Corbett. The analysis of the things already happening that he provides is useful though.

But not about his gloomy predictions of the future.

One can dissect the future agenda of an evil oligarchy and it is inevitable that you will find only gloom and doom scenarios because THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY WISH FOR FOR THE GENERAL POPULATION. And, they might even be happy to leak out details of their gory desires to people like Corbett,.

But, why should we sing their song when it comes to us. We must focus and imagine on WHAT WE WANT FOR OURSELVES IN THE FUTURE. We must think for ourselves, and wish for a different, humane future.

Is that too much to ask for?

And, frankly, when I watch Corbett’s facial expressions when he talks of futuristic gloom and doom, I don’t see any dread or fear. He appears smug.

Vitor Neilsrn
Vitor Neilsrn
Apr 15, 2021 2:56 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Just look at the “personalities” provided.
David Icke
Alex Jones
James Corbett

Pretty much all have glaring issues that could be de-emphasised to improve their credibility.
But they aren’t

I wonder why?

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 3:20 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsrn

They are all state operators, all working for the vary forces that are carrying out these acts. How could it be any other way, they seek no routes out, they don’t organise, they are just telling us how we are being sliced up.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 12:06 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Modi is no fundamentalist loon. Seeing his face gives me such hope. /s

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 4:06 PM
Reply to  R Anand

The roll-out of the global biosecurity police State continues apace. Am I the only one here who notices that? Others seem to notice but then I get down-voted. ???

Vitor Neilsrn
Vitor Neilsrn
Apr 15, 2021 2:37 PM
Reply to  R Anand

I don’t necessarily agree with your conclusion,
But certainly this is a strategy.
See MrCati on YouTube and also redefininggod.com

Both these seem to promote an unstoppable global change, that is always just around the corner.

However, neither predicted or give much air time to the clearly demonstrable agent of global structural/societal/economic change called “the incredible covid show”

So the inevitable conclusion is that these are designed to distract/confuse/send down the rabbit hole – maybe Corbett is in the same vein. I personally can’t stand his “game show from Japan style” but thats a personal thing.

Claret
Claret
Apr 15, 2021 4:14 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Yes, I also think Corbett is a doom merchant/half-truther.

Howard
Howard
Apr 15, 2021 4:59 PM
Reply to  Claret

The difficulty is that James Corbett’s “half-truth” covers about 90% of the world. The other half is limited to about 10% by the stupidity, irrationality, arrogance, material self-interest and herd mentality of the 90%.

It isn’t Corbett who’s the “doom merchant”: it’s the purveyors of propaganda. “Vaccinate yourself or die!” has become their mantra. And when propagandists talk, the masses listen.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 4:16 PM
Reply to  Claret

I don’t agree with James on everything. But he’s entitled to his views, as we all are. (Why does he resist talking about the existence or non existence of Sars CoV 2? He is exhibiting fear of man there, I suspect.) James doesn’t believe in God. Those who don’t therefore can’t give others that particular hope. Accounting for that, I find that what he says about how to deal with covid 1984 is mostly reasonable (in relation to his cosmology). He does seem to speak, at times, to only those who are as tech savvy as he is, not to mention relatively resource-rich. I can’t escape – to anywhere. Not on an ebike and no money. And if he isn’t tech savvy, he’s still far smarter about it all than I am.

Are James’s messages cheery? He seems to me to be trying to balance his reportage in that regard. (I do so also, but in a different way, seeing how I’m a Christian.) Actually, I don’t want false cheer right now. I don’t even enjoy happy music. I don’t want to fool myself. We ‘are’ in a war. I try to keep sane, and as happy as I can, but I won’t find any solace in putting my head in the sand. I need to know how bad things are. Then I’ll crack open a beer, but I won’t be celebrating when I do.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 15, 2021 4:52 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Yes, absolutely agree. When I watch Reiner Fuellmich and see that he and the Corona Committee have had millions of views, and he’s teamed up with scientists, academics, whistleblowers and lawyers against the tyranny all over the world, I am confident we will eventually prevail against the dystopia, democide, racketeering and fraud.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 15, 2021 5:07 PM
Reply to  Researcher

“When I watch Reiner Fuellmich and see that he and the Corona Committee have had millions of views, and he’s teamed up with scientists, academics, whistleblowers and lawyers”

Oh yeah that doesn’t sound at all like establishment and popularizing with reliance on that narrative. Did you mean to be sarcastic, or what?

I mean, if they can end that shit, that’s nice. I sincerely wish them well (assuming they are sincerely benevolent, otherwise they can go get destroyed).

But, I don’t place my faith, belief or support in the willingly institutionalized establishment products.

I’m still thinking the earth and the sun will be a bit more explicit about fixing problems regarding some kinds of parasites.

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 15, 2021 8:00 PM

The establishment types that are against the tyranny and injectable pathogens are not being disseminated in the msm. They can provide testimony for the lawsuits, which are being won, one by one. There is always a tipping point with revolution or awakening and that time will come. There’s two types of law. Common Law as in Maritime Law and the Bar system and common law as in the law of the land and the majority rule. We need to make use of both types because broader perceptions change when combined with actions.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 12:42 PM
Reply to  Researcher

No thanks, I’m not signing for laws that are inherent with and lead to this shit.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 16, 2021 4:02 PM

The only bar system I care for includes copious amounts of things like humulene, resveratrol, vitamin K2, PQQ and of course ethanol.

R Anand
R Anand
Apr 15, 2021 6:27 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Indeed. Reiner Fuellmich and his team are doing exhaustive work.

Other Fuellmichs elsewhere will emerge, or are already emerging.

The oligarchs may have vast riches to control governments & organisations like WHO but they will find soon that they are doomed to fail.

They can plan their agendas all they want, even leak some details to willing doomsayers like Corbett. They will still fail.

In the past one year, whatever awakening has happened among the people would have already shaken up the oligarchy and the governments they control/bribe/threaten and weakened the force of their agendas.

Marfanoi
Marfanoi
Apr 15, 2021 8:59 PM
Reply to  R Anand

Well said.I too think its the good outing the bad.paz.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 2:03 PM

Just remember that the opposition to the Covid scam, the ones hijacking the opposition with their far-right & Alt-right agenda, are just as much a part of the Covid scam as Fuchi is.

Relaunching the Alt-right as freedom fighters and liberty lovers, whilst casting the left as totalitarian oppressors is the subject of this piece of CIA theatre, so don’t fall for it.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 15, 2021 4:07 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Just remember that the mainstream Left support of the Covid narrative is just as much a part of the Covid scam as Fuchi or indeed the Alt Right hijacking the opposition is.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 9:54 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Indeed, as is their support of every neoliberal and neocon policy.

End Rockefeller Medicine
End Rockefeller Medicine
Apr 15, 2021 1:47 PM

Is it “anti-science” to want proven treatments to be considered? There are many accounts that ozone therapy is effective against the deadliest of viruses, like ebola. Yet, the “REAL” scientists choose to ignore this fact. Tesla knew that O3 was an excellent purifier and patented an ozone generator over a century ago.

In 1896, Tesla was issued a patent for a corona discharge ozone generator using charged metal plates to act on ambient air. He formed the Tesla Ozone Co. in 1900 and went into production of these units. His customers were naturopaths and allopaths who welcomed this powerful therapy into their practices. Breathing of ozone bubbled through olive oil and other oils was widely practiced at this time, and the Sears catalog of 1904 offered a unit for this purpose using eucalyptus, pine and spearmint oils. Tesla produced a gel made by bubbling ozone through olive oil until it solidified, and sold it to doctors.”

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 1:54 PM

I used an ‘ozone generator’  to clean the air in my bedroom a few years back, it drew specks of dust towards it and covered the wall with fine black particles, that were impossible to remove, not so good for the paintwork

End Rockefeller Medicine
End Rockefeller Medicine
Apr 15, 2021 2:32 PM
End Rockefeller Medicine
End Rockefeller Medicine
Apr 15, 2021 2:43 PM

“I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.” ~ Richard Feynman

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 2:44 PM

I know a man in Zurich who uses one of Prioré’s inventions to treat his friend’s cancer with electromagnetic fields. They swear it helps. I don’t see how it’s any worse more or less rational than radiation. Yet it is never mentioned in modern discourse without the epithet ‘quackery’.

When the establishment uniformly attacks anything nowadays I tend to think the lady doth protest too much.

Loverat
Loverat
Apr 15, 2021 4:29 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Indeed. Remember when they called those who promoted Vitamin D, Zinc and the malaria drug as treatments, irresponsible. These folks weren’t saying necessarily they were the only cure, just they could be part of the treatment/prevention.

Now look where we are. Those speaking of these treatments being vindicated in the mainstream 14 months later. The people who called us conspiracy theorists should be given no airtime, and preferably locked up.

Howard
Howard
Apr 15, 2021 5:01 PM

To which we can all say “Thank God!”

End Rockefeller Medicine
End Rockefeller Medicine
Apr 15, 2021 7:33 PM

Science is a verb, not a noun.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 9:34 PM

Science is by definition always wrong, which is why it perpetually is capable of improving (I had to correct, coz I said science improves when it clearly doesn’t) and seeks truth. Though often, science is an ignorant, arrogant, degenerate piece of shit and since truth trumps it…it has problems.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 12:12 PM
Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 1:46 PM

Coronavirus latest news: Blood clot risk eight times higher from Covid than AstraZeneca vaccine… a University of Oxford study has found
… being the people who developed the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 3:27 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

“Blood clot risk eight times higher from Covid than AstraZeneca vaccine”

But that is in addition to getting Covid, it is not claimed that the vaccines prevent you getting a covid infection, they just make it less intense. If they prevent infection where are the numbers to show that?

Howard
Howard
Apr 15, 2021 5:04 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Don’t know where the numbers you request are – but I know where they’re not: Florida. Where already several people in the Orlando area who tested negative and were vaccinated tested positive.

Sean Veeda
Sean Veeda
Apr 15, 2021 5:07 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I think that’s quite easy to disprove.

Firstly, Thrombosis UK says that there were 56 deaths in 2018 in the UK.

Secondly, it is reported that there have been 7 blood clot deaths from the vaccine.

Thirdly, gov.uk tells us 32m people have been vaccinated. Let’s say half have received AZ.

That means that, according to the Oxford study, if those 16m people had not been vaccinated, 42 would have died. Extrapolate the 4 months of vaccination to a whole year and this figure is 168. Extrapolate the 16m people to the whole population and the number is 672.

So, if Oxford’s claim is true, annual blood clot deaths should be about 12 times what they really are.

Sean Veeda
Sean Veeda
Apr 15, 2021 5:18 PM
Reply to  Sean Veeda

Hmm.. I misread the claim so I just spouted as much nonsense as Oxford Uni.

But I think we should expect a similar number of blood clot deaths following the Pfizer vaccine if their claim is true.

fame
fame
Apr 15, 2021 8:13 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

they forget just one word. Lockdown. The “Covid lockdown”. Lockdowns cause blood clots. Blood clots increase when people become sedentary, stay home, do not get any excercise. My mother developed a blood clot, pulmonary thrombosis three months after beginning of a strict lockdown. She wasn’t leaving the house, became inactive and depressed.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 16, 2021 12:24 PM
Reply to  fame

Something in the GMO pathogen causes micro-clots in the lining of capillaries all over the body. This was common news in the initial months.

The vaccine claims to introduce a part of the pathogen. So, why would we expect anything better? If you consider the secret additives, it should be a lot worse.

Arby
Arby
Apr 16, 2021 8:07 PM
Reply to  mgeo

“the pathogen” is meaningless.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 8:56 AM
Reply to  Arby

Uhm, they might’ve constructed/synthesized an artificial pathogen. But then, they use real toxic shit to represent that (for demonizing your body and justifying attacking it).

I wouldn’t say it’s meaningless if it’s causing unnecessary sickness…

That is, of course, there is no covid “pathogen” other than in the vaccines, medications and shit.

martin
martin
Apr 16, 2021 4:36 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

On the assumption you are certain to get ‘covid’ symptomatically, but of course you are not. But if you take the injection it is a certainty you take the risk.

The assumption that for older people the balance of Risk changes is also flawed. You are at higher risk from both, but the injection risk is a certainty.

This is not to give credence to it all, just to point out:

Risk = Probability x Consequence.

SocioPsychopatriotism
SocioPsychopatriotism
Apr 17, 2021 12:18 PM
Reply to  martin

There is no “covid” risk, so I dunno…

It is not something you can “catch”, there is no contagion, it’s entirely misattributed and conflated bullshit, trying to use the results of many essential causative factors as causes without addressing those actual essential causative factors.

Essentially, the risks would be believing their bullshit, and thus ignoring those essential causative factors and then using the industrial synthetic toxic shit they sell, such as medications and vaccines.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 1:31 PM

“Russia is threatening us with destruction’: Ukraine warns Putin he will ‘bear very painful consequences’ if troops cross the border as build-up continues and America U-turns on sending ships to the Black Sea”

US gives Russia permission to go into Ukraine to finally destabilise the EU.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Apr 15, 2021 1:44 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Slow down soldier

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 1:55 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Just remember the alt-right who you promote are the representatives of the billionaire class and corporate interests, who want the populous to cheer low tax , small government, deregulation, xenophobia & nationalism, in their interests, that is what you are, all dressed up as a liberty lover.

Simon Dutton
Simon Dutton
Apr 15, 2021 2:44 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

‘Populous’ is an adjective.

George Mc
George Mc
Apr 15, 2021 4:09 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

No-one wants to promote the alt-Right. Everyone wants to object to the covid scam – but such objection has been deliberately connected to the alt-Right, just as belief in covid has been deliberately connected to the Left.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 9:56 PM
Reply to  George Mc

there is more to it than that.

Sam Octypus
Sam Octypus
Apr 15, 2021 1:14 PM

“Covid-19 denier dies from the virus after hosting illegal gatherings in Norway”
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9473815/Covid-19-denier-dies-coronavirus-hosting-illegal-gatherings-Norway.html

Another political assassination:

Only 60 years old with no medical conditions, his chances were very very low of dying from Covid. But it looks like dying as a result to speaking out seem to have been very high:

David Robinson
David Robinson
Apr 15, 2021 1:21 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Already quoted below

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Apr 15, 2021 7:23 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

it’s called “flooding the zone”

dude
dude
Apr 15, 2021 2:04 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

He got Magafulied!

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 15, 2021 4:19 PM
Reply to  Sam Octypus

Here in Australia dozens of people over 100 living in for profit care homes with end stage alzheimers and just plain old age were said to have died of covid but a 48 year with blood clots after a jab has to be treated with caution.