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The Myth of Authority

Darren Allen

Humans are incapable of looking after, organising, protecting or ruling themselves. They need someone or something in power to do it for them. This creed emanates from every pore of the owner, the professional, the state, the institution and the egoic, unconscious parent.

Often the message is an explicit exhortation, or order, to respect authority, obey the prince or know your place, but usually, in the highly developed system, The Myth of Authority is implicit, an unspoken assumption that a world which has the power to command you and I, is normal, right and natural.

Obedience is fostered and sustained by rewarding those who submit and by punishing those who rebel. Schools are structured to identify and filter out children who ‘don’t play well with others’, who ‘voice strong opinions’, who are ‘disruptive’, ‘insubordinate’ or have ‘a relaxed attitude’; admission panels of elite universities and interviewers for top jobs are hyper-sensitive to threats from those who might turn out to be intractable; records, references and even whispered reputations, increasingly systematised, follow trouble-makers to their grave; and if, somehow, someone who is resistant to authority finds their way through this minefield to a position of influence, they will be worn down, undermined and, eventually, ejected.

Most of this happens [semi] automatically. The system is set up to nullify threat and reward compliance with minimal human interference[1]. Those who tend to its operations do so unconsciously, instinctively or without seriously questioning its values and imperatives. Meanwhile, those at the bottom of the pile look up in wonder at those chosen to lead.

It seems that the typical manager is, at best, an unimpressive human being, and, more usually, skilled in little more than dithering, hiding facts, manipulating information, obfuscating class-relations, rolling over like a puppy when those above him shift their weight and paying lip service to fine qualities and instincts while stamping them out whenever they actually appear.

But these are all precisely the qualities which the system demands. Actual intelligence, competence, originality, human-feeling, generosity and integrity are, if they come into conflict with these core values, instantly and automatically rejected.

Underpinning the global filtering mechanism for compliance, an equally vast programme exists to validate it. History, biology, anthropology and psychology are all employed to justify, on the flimsiest evidence, the idea that human beings are rigidly hierarchical, selfish, warlike, in need of power to function or simply blank slates that exist to be programmed by whoever has their hands on the control panel.

Standard system history teaches us that only power is real or meaningful and the corporate media show us, over and over again, in its fawning reports of royalty (alive and dead), its lavish costume dramas, its celebrity gossip, its fascination with Big People and its uncritical coverage of politics[2] that power is either normal, necessary and unavoidable, or that it does not really exist.

And in some crucial respects, it no longer does. The final stage of the system has migrated a large part of the exploitative architecture of its earlier forms into the psyche of the individual. The disciplinary machinery of institutions still exists, as do positions of authority within armed forces, prisons, governments and so forth; but the uploading of large portions of the self, the digital exploitation of human communication and emotion, and the development of automated techniques of surveillance and control, have led to an introspection or privatisation of key aspects of systemic subjugation and power.

Just as collective urges for sociability and communication have been redirected towards exclusive desires and personal ambitions, so frustration at the boss or the dominant classes is now directed at one’s own lack of creativity, health, happiness, productivity, marketability or will-power.

This is why, as Byung-Chul Han points out, the oppressed are today more inclined towards depression than revolution.[2] Power appears to have been redistributed, but it is artificial distribution, meaning that inequality persists—worsens—while the emotionally-potent techniques which create and perpetuate it diffuse into the abstract, Phildickian cloud.

The Myth of Authority is one of the foundational myths of the system. If man realised, in his own experience — rather than as a mere theory — that the source of meaning is his own experience, his own consciousness, and that he does not need to be told what to think, what to feel, what to want and what to do, the system would vanish like a bad dream on waking. But of course this bad dream has a much greater hold on him than any sleeping nightmare, as the source of his conditioning is not merely a mistaken intellectual belief, a system-serving lie that he has picked up on the way, but his entire self, shaped from birth to accept the form of the given world as ultimate reality.

This is why systems-man is such a pathetic coward; his self, from the moment it enters of the world, is deformed into a subservient appendage to the Way Things Are. As soon as he can walk his steps are directed towards a life made by others; his games are provided by others, his explorations shaped by others, his learning given from above and his life decided for him. The world he looks upon — overwhelmingly, massively, powerful — is entirely mediated, entirely made by other minds.

He doesn’t have to learn to submit to these others, or ever even think about them, he is completely dependent on the reality they have made for him and so, by the time he is an adult, he is anxious about upsetting authority, apathetic about resisting injustice, unable to think for himself and terrified of sticking his neck out.

He doesn’t just know, he feels, on the deepest level of his being, that to do so is gravely, existentially hazardous. This is why there is hardly any need to control or indoctrinate people, to discipline them, or to instil the Myth of Authority in them. Human beings come pre-subjugated, with each generation more afraid, more dependent and more subservient than the one before. The system manufactures fear-machines, and with every year that passes it gets better at doing so.

The advanced system, of course, makes it very easy to be a coward.

Why, for example, should I stick my head above the parapet when I am in a trench full of strangers? Who cares if a few Jews or a few foreigners vanish? Who cares if a few radicals or dissidents go missing? Who cares if someone with integrity gets fired or arrested for their integrity?

Who cares—I don’t. Not really. I don’t even know these people.

And yes, yes, I know, it is sad and terrible that rainforests are being cleared and communities uprooted and all those poor folk in foreign lands have to work in nasty factories to make my trousers, but I’ve got more important things to worry about. There is just no real, concrete, reason to worry about my neighbours, my colleagues, the hundred species that went extinct today, or the people who make all the objects I use; and so the courage to do so also appears abstract and unreal.

Compounding this unreality is the glacial progress of the system, which makes it even more difficult to revolt. Those who own or manage the system, understanding that humans are more likely to resist sudden changes, work at the same piecemeal pace, enslaving their peoples and annihilating nature by degrees.

Everything that happens is worse than the last thing that happened, but only a bit worse, so it is bearable, and nobody else is acting, so, again, why risk your own neck? Who knows, the next step downwards might be the one that sparks off a revolution, then you’ll do the right thing, then you’ll join in. Who knows?

For now it’s better to hang on, stay quiet, keep your head down, not make a fuss. I’ll be brave a little while later.[4]

Because the Myth of Authority, the idea that we need a person, a group, a system or our own alienated consciences to tell us what to do, is an inherent consequence of living within the civilised system, it is common to all civilised ideologies; to communism, capitalism, monarchism, fascism, professionalism and nearly all religious traditions.

Each of these constituent ideologies makes a great deal of its differences to the others, of its own unique claims to legitimacy—our leaders were chosen by the working class / meritocratic education / the free market / science / God… but yet, strangely, the result is always the same. One group of people telling another group of people what to do and making a misery of life on earth for everyone and everything they, or the system they manage, control.

Earlier I mentioned ‘you and I’, because you know and I know that we don’t need these people. We don’t need laws to know what’s right and wrong, or states to direct every aspect of our lives, or institutions to tell us how to live, or telephones to direct our desires and evaporate our embodied selves. Although we might need the authority of tradition, or of wisdom, we don’t need the authority of systemic dominance and control; yes, but, perhaps you’re thinking; it’s them—they are the problem! Without princes or parliaments or professionals they would be out of control, they would be rapin’ and pillagin’, they would be sick and stupid and inefficient and unable to control themselves.

Yes, maybe, but we can deal with them, for they are our neighbours. They are human, and within reach. Shape the world into a monolithic ziggurat with unimaginable power at the top and nothing but automated phone lines between the planet-wide base and the glittering peak, automate exploitation and plug it into our own needs and desires, and we are left devouring ourselves and swiping at ghosts in an electronic vacuum.

The Myth of Authority is an extract from 33 Myths of the System, a [lightly] updated second-edition of which is now available on Darren Allen’s bookshop.

NOTES:

[1] ‘Power is tolerable only on condition that it mask a substantial part of itself. Its success is proportional to its ability to hide its own mechanisms’. Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, Volume 1.

[2] Critical of parties and players. Uncritical of politics, democracy and the Big Play.

[3] Byung-Chul Han, Psychopolitics.

[4] ‘You don’t want to act, or even talk, alone; you don’t want to “go out of your way to make trouble.” …So you wait, and you wait. …But the one great shocking occasion, when tens or hundreds or thousands will join with you, never comes. That’s the difficulty.

If the last and worst act of the whole regime had come immediately after the first and smallest, thousands, yes, millions would have been sufficiently shocked—if, let us say, the gassing of the Jews in ’43 had come immediately after the ‘German Firm’ stickers on the windows of non-Jewish shops in ’33.

But of course this isn’t the way it happens. In between come all the hundreds of little steps, some of them imperceptible, each of them preparing you not to be shocked by the next… And one day… you see that everything, everything, has changed and changed completely under your nose. The world you live in… is not the world you were born in at all.

The forms are all there, all untouched, all reassuring, the houses, the shops, the jobs, the mealtimes, the visits, the concerts, the cinema, the holidays. But the spirit, which you never noticed because you made the lifelong mistake of identifying it with the forms, is changed. Now you live in a world of hate and fear, and the people who hate and fear do not even know it themselves; when everyone is transformed, no one is transformed.

Now you live in a system which rules without responsibility even to God. The system itself could not have intended this in the beginning, but in order to sustain itself it was compelled to go all the way.’

Milton Mayer, They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933-45.

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Ree
Ree
May 6, 2021 12:16 AM

Incredible article

Darren Allen
Darren Allen
May 6, 2021 2:32 PM
Reply to  Ree

Thanks. I think you’ll enjoy the book it comes from.

austrian peter
austrian peter
May 5, 2021 2:07 PM

You are of course very right about our predicament – ’tis of our making:

A SOBER WARNING

  • First they came for the unmasked and I did not speak out because I wore a mask.
  • Then they came for the unvaccinated and I did not speak out because I was vaccinated.
  • Then they came with medical passports and I said nothing because I still believed in the science.
  • Then they came after all dissenters and silenced them and I said nothing because I still believed in their narrative.
  • Then they came for all of the unvaccinated and there was no one left to speak for humanity.
  • Then they came for everyone (whether vaccinated or not ,because being vaccinated will simply not save you from their stated depopulation plan) and there was no one left to speak for humanity ‘

 
This is adapted, for today’s times, from that famous piece by Martin Niemoller during Hitlers WW2 reign of terror.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 7, 2021 2:20 PM
Reply to  austrian peter

Hello austrian peter: Yes. Exactly. The predicament can only be undone through civil renunciation and the criminalization of all forms of corporate monopoly.

austrian peter
austrian peter
May 7, 2021 3:03 PM

Agreed Paul – a long way to go eh? I will keep sending out the word:
https://www.theburningplatform.com/author/austrian-peter/

Jim
Jim
May 4, 2021 2:15 PM

Possibly the best article I’ve read on this subject. Thanks!

Darren Allen
Darren Allen
May 6, 2021 2:33 PM
Reply to  Jim

This is the book it comes from. If you enjoyed the above, you’ll dig the rest I think.

Glenda
Glenda
May 3, 2021 8:03 AM

https://orthomolecular.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=58a2fc6ed39fd083f55d4182bf88826d.196&s=d7513899274779d492d4c6d9101c3a1e Are doctors going to hit back at this? $10,000 fine and criminal charge? For prescribing vitamins! No myth here.

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
May 3, 2021 10:11 AM
Reply to  Glenda

Vitamin D is a hormone. It does not boost “the immune system”. There is no immune system but a lymphatic system. Infact it can trigger detox symptoms like fruits and salads can imo. Measles for example is more of a spring time condition I think is triggered by replenishing vitamin D. Take for example the ‘Disneyland measles outbreak’. People who have been couped up indoors are suddenly out in the sun at Disneyland and get a rash. Supplements is trying to skip proper digestion, absorption, utilization and elimination.

Arby
Arby
May 3, 2021 2:42 PM
Reply to  Peter Sky

We all need to detox from Rockefeller health care science ideology, at least while big pharma and other predators are trying to take over the world. It’s like a boxer who has never learned how to box is suddenly in the ring, in the fight of his life, with a boxer who has been at it for years.

Glenda
Glenda
May 4, 2021 1:23 AM
Reply to  Peter Sky

Supplements wouldn’t be necessary if modern farming methods hadn’t tampered with soil. Blue zone people who are largely free of illnesses of developed countries eat food grown in soil using traditional farming methods. Latest research shows phosphate toxicity grows tumours.

aspnaz
aspnaz
May 3, 2021 12:52 AM

As alluded to by many others, I feel my Covid experience as the reduction in the size of my cage: when I was growing up, my cage was huge and I felt that I very rarely hit the sides, but now my cage is much smaller and I am bumping into the sides almost every day: masks, vaccines, travel restrictions, work pressure to comply etc.

>> This is why systems-man is such a pathetic coward; his self, from the moment it enters of the world, is deformed into a subservient appendage to the Way Things Are. <<

The "systems people" are the ones keeping us imprissoned, they are the ones that will bring down civilisation. My cage is shrinking because of what appears to be the overwhelming numbers of these people. Whatever comes next will be a result of these cowards refusing to fight for themselves.

But are their numbers overwhelming? Here in Hong Kong the systems people are overwhelming. You very rarely see anyone wearing a mask incorrectly and absolutely never see anyone maskless: I am the only one that I know who will go outside or on the subway maskless or with a mask under my chin. I put up with the dirty looks and other issues, but looking around me I can see that I am alone. Even people who do not agree with the mask wearing laws are not willing to push back.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 3, 2021 11:32 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

Hello aspnaz: Brilliant. ‘Systems people’ are also known as “value added persons” in the former United States. You are right on target.

Casual observer
Casual observer
May 2, 2021 10:42 PM

Thanks for that, a great read 👍

Darren Allen
Darren Allen
May 6, 2021 2:33 PM

It is extracted from here. If you enjoyed this essay, you’ll enjoy the book.

Grace Johns
Grace Johns
May 2, 2021 9:56 PM

Has anyone here ever actually stood up to authorities? I’ll tell you how it goes – aside from the terrorizing, you have the blackshirts working in conjunction, the collaborators who collude with power as though some might rub off or simply because they’re huge effing cowards, and once the humiliation is complete then you have ‘society’ that wants nothing more than to perpetuate it against you as apparently humans require someone to kick in order to ramp themselves up.
Why anyone would want to save this species is beyond me.

NickM
NickM
May 3, 2021 12:11 PM
Reply to  Grace Johns

“apparently humans require someone to kick in order to ramp themselves up.
Why anyone would want to save this species is beyond me.”

Same applies to our nearest cousins, the Chimps: ganging up to kick anyone who has fallen foul of The Authority Figure. We must both of us have inherited this trait from our pre-chimpanzee ancestors. Some call it Evolution and some call it Original Sin.

Jim
Jim
May 4, 2021 2:22 PM
Reply to  Grace Johns

Yes. At best it’s like punching the Jello. At worst it means years in prison.

LeaveMeAlone
LeaveMeAlone
May 2, 2021 7:03 PM

The Fraudfather

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@lienChrist
@lienChrist
May 2, 2021 6:53 PM

De-constructing The Great Reset
.
There are behavioral psychologists currently employed by many so-called democratic governments to permanently modify their own citizens conditioned behavioral responses, without obtaining individual legal consent.
As the primary responsibility lies with the State itself for the protection of its population from such crimes.
The State itself is now responsible for ‘Crimes Against Humanity’
Eugenics, Enslavement, Fraud, Mass Imprisonment.
These crimes against humanity constitute a major threat to international peace and security.
The criminal behavioral psychologists partnering with the criminal state, think that the individual is their behavior personified.
They think you are nothing but the totality of your actions, so if your actions can be understood you are understood.
Yet you are more, much more than the sum total of your actions, you are not only your behavior.
Behavior is an indication of the inner spirit, it is not the root.
Behavior is the outward expression of the inner spirit.
Only ignorant people try to change the outward expression without changing the cause of that expression.
Without transforming your inner being you cannot change your outer conduct.
To try to change the periphery without changing the center is a pipe dream.
The effort is not only futile, it is harmful.
It is suicidal.
It is nothing but forcing affliction on oneself.
No doubt this suppression satisfies the needs of ‘The Great Reset’ but the individual cracks under it and is shattered.
This is satisfying the needs of society at the cost of the individual. 
It creates a rift, a duality in them.
Their personality loses its natural simplicity and they suffer from the conflict within themselves.
This is social violence.
Madness is the natural outcome of a civilization based on this kind of false, hollow, behavioral modifications.
Therefore madness increases with the advance of civilization and the time may come when our whole civilization will end in madness.
The last two world wars were this kind of madness and we are heading towards a third and perhaps final conflict.
Unless you become conscious of your consciousness, unless you become aware of your inner light, you will go on living in these illusions.
Ultimately, Marxist globalist forces wish to totally destroy all capitalism, but capitalism is not an ideology.
It is not imposed on the society, it is a natural growth.
It is not like communism, or fascism, or socialism, these are ideologies, they have to be imposed.
Capitalism has come on its own.
In fact, the word “capitalism” has been given by the anti-capitalist thinkers, the communists, the socialists and others.
Capitalism is a state of freedom, it allows you all kinds of freedoms.
Communism will not allow you all kinds of freedoms, communism will give you only one ideology to believe in, there is no question of choice.
Communism by trying to impose equality through state actors and social justice warriors, means everything good that should be given to all individuals is cancelled.
The individual is first cancelled, then controlled and imprisoned by the Marxist collective hive mind.
For communism there is no way to keep people equal without force.
But what kind of a utopia is it which is kept by force? 
Communism is an “ism”, capitalism is not an “ism.”
Capitalism is simply a natural phenomenon that has come on its own.
There are no capitalist philosophers, there is no capitalist party, there is no capitalist economy which has been enforced on people, it is a growth.
Capitalism is the only state where you are not forced to live in a cage, you are free.
Capitalism is basically individualism, it is not a social structure.
Capitalism gives you the freedom to be yourself.
The yearning for freedom, truth and peace is basically the yearning for harmony in the individual and in the society.
The harmony has never truly existed, there has always been a chaos.
Society has been divided into different cultures, different religions, different nations, and all based on superstitions.
None of the divisions are valid.
These divisions show that the individual is divided within themselves, these are the projections of their own inner conflict.
They are not one within, that’s why they could not create one society, one humanity outside.
The cause is not outside.
The outside is only the reflection of the inner being.
There have been attempts all over the world to make a harmonious human society, but all have failed for the simple reason that nobody has bothered why it is not naturally harmonious.
It is not harmonious because each individual inside is divided, and their divisions are projected onto the society.
And unless we dissolve the individual’s inner divisions, there is no possibility of realizing freedom, truth and peace and creating a harmonious society in the world.
Only a society which is enlightened enough can fulfill the demand of being harmonious.
A society of enlightened people, a society of great meditators who have dropped their divisions.
That is the only possible way that some day we can drop all divisions in the society.
But first they have to be dropped in the individual.
The world can come to a harmony if meditation is spread far and wide, and people are brought to one consciousness within themselves.
Up to now it was thought revolution was the only way to create change.
Though all revolutions have failed.
Now it should be known that changing the individual and not revolution is the way, meditation brings this transformation.
It is only a question of understanding the value of meditation.
Then it is easily possible for millions of people to become undivided within themselves as conscious human beings.
Meditation has to become almost like a wildfire.
The effort is to make meditation a science so it has nothing to do with the superstition of religion. 
Then there is some hope.
And people are ready.
Nobody has paid much attention to the individual, and that is the root cause of all the problems.
But because the individual seems to be so small and the society seems so big, people think that we can change society, and then the individuals will change.
This is not going to be so, because “society” is only a word, there are only individuals, there is no society.
The society has no soul, you cannot change anything in it.
You can change only the individual, howsoever small they appear.
And once you know the science of how to change the individual, it is applicable to all the individuals everywhere.
The West is not aware of what self-realization means.
It means such an absolute silence that it cannot be disturbed by anything.
Self realization means the complete disappearance of the ego.
And with disappearance of the ego, everything disappears.
The whole Western psychology up to now has not come to the point of non-ego.
It is still thinking in terms of the ego,
How to make the ego more strongly rooted, centered.
How to make the ego more healthy, normal, adjusted.
The East takes the ego itself as the disease, the whole mind is the disease.
Self realization is coming to no-self, coming to an absolute emptiness within, coming to the point where you are not.
No-mind.
The path of intelligence and intuition is the only way of real life, freedom and truth.
Life exists as a unity, but the Western standpoint is to dissect, to go to the part, to understand the part and through the part to try to comprehend the whole.
You will always miss.

Glenda
Glenda
May 3, 2021 8:11 AM
Reply to  @lienChrist

Then what would you call this current madness of vaccinating the world against a flu virus from which 99.9% of people will recover naturally, if not capitalism? The drive for bigger profits, more money and with that more power, is not capitalism?

Tesla Ozone is Best
Tesla Ozone is Best
May 3, 2021 12:02 PM
Reply to  @lienChrist

Profit motive kills logic. That’s the real problem with the system.

Mr Y
Mr Y
May 4, 2021 12:41 PM
Reply to  @lienChrist

“Capitalism is a state of freedom, it allows you all kinds of freedoms.”

Another comedian, haha!

Edwige
Edwige
May 2, 2021 4:34 PM

It seems pretty accepted in these sorts of circles that the authority structure we live under is best described as an oligarchy. It seems to work on a model something like the Mafia with different groups having their jurisdictions (defined territorially or by function) and when these rub up against each other there can be friction that can be fatal for lower- or mid-ranking functionaries but which is usually settled before it threatens the top. Some of the places where these settlements occur like Bilderberg or Bohemian Grove are visible, some probably aren’t. It seems highly probable there is a bloodline component to this structure but what precisely it is remains impossible to say. Those in this structure deny it exists – like Hoover denied there was a Mafia.

Oligarchy remains an under-theorised system of power. I don’t think this is accidental – the famous political writers were controlled and pointed us down blind alleys. C. Wright Mills was one who seems to have been on the right track. He’s still in my ‘to read’ pile. Another (nominally from the opposite end of the spectrum showing once again how useless the left/right paradigm is) is Webster Tarpley. Tarpley has a couple of what I think are excellent insights into oligarchy. Firstly, he argues that oligarchy has its roots (at least that we can detect) in Venice. The popular image that Venice was ruled by the Doge is a misconception according to Tarpley, the Doge was a figurehead and real power resided with the council of the leading families. It was this system the Venetian oligarchy looked to export when Venice proved too fragile a power base. They succeeded – in Amsterdam and then in London. Secondly, what makes oligarchy such a resilient system is that it requires multiple power-wielders to simultaneously lose the faith if it is to collapse. One monarch, a Louis or a Nicholas, might not be up to it – but not the heads of, say, 13 families at the same time. Oligarchies are thus not prone to internal collapse and are extremely difficult to overthrow. Britain’s transition into a constitutional monarchy was therefore not an evolutionary step towards democracy as the bs mainstream narrative would like us to believe, it was a transition into oligarchy and made democracy further away than ever.

Jan J
Jan J
May 2, 2021 5:09 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Agree. You could even argue that more or less all societal systems, despite whatever fancy ideologies they drape themselves in, are ultimately oligarchies. Look at the CCP for example. The communist party is just the ruling oligarchy there. Xi Jinping is the son of a central communist party official. Oligarchies have great staying power because while they are usually family- and dynasty driven, they are not dependent on just one family-line like a real monarchy would be for example. Oligarchies will dynamically expand to include new members (like politicians) if it expedient to do so. In fact, the proper way to understand an oligarchy is probably like some kind of spiderweb where there is really no single entity that controls everything. In the periphery you have people with some power and influence, and as you get closer to the middle you will find the real big, fat and ancient spiders of these arrangements, like the Rockefellers, the Gates, etc.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
May 2, 2021 3:47 PM

There IS authority and we ARE slaves. This essay proves it – between the lines. Just as our chains are intangible and invisible. But we know that they are there by the state we are in. We are looking in the wrong place, obviously. The violent revolutions only resulted in a change of leaders, often for the worse and so did the mostly peaceful ones. Are the poor of South Africa better off now? No.The poor of India? No. It might be that capitalism is to blame, but no one is prepared to accept that the cause of it is capital. There could be no ism without it. Unless you get rid of money you can’t lose capitalism. Any discussion is a waste of time and you know it, it’s just empty posturing. Another point that is never raised is the three cestui que vie trusts that were set up by the Roman church, the successor to the overt empire. Rather similar to the way the financial control took over from the overt British empire isn’t it?

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 3, 2021 12:27 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Hello again NixonScrypes: After years of posting the histories of European oligarchy, I’ve concluded the faithful simply won’t acknowledge the “political” aspects of cestui que vie trusts. It’s cognitive dissonance – without steroids…

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
May 3, 2021 1:57 PM

I’ve been reading the Frank Webb piece over and over trying to digest it and finally written most of it down. It’s very hard to “grock”(stranger in a strange land?). The enormity of Law being based on not possessing anything, not even our bodies and souls seems impossible. It’s a bit like money not existing and being just imaginary debt to boot; the complete opposite to what we believe. And it’s all done deliberately in full knowledge. It makes me wonder if Reiner Fuelmich (?) is just stringing us along with his court case. The CQV problem is- The listener believes, quite understandably, that YOU are cognitively dissonant. I wish that Frank’s stuff was still on line, it must be fascinating.Be seeing you.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 3, 2021 4:02 PM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

The Frank Webb piece is actually a bit condensed… There are many facets in the mix. Many church “indulgences” were granted to the owners of the first corporate banks (circa mid-1300’s) all located in various Italian cities…

When people hear the phrase “And the WORD became flesh” they fail to recognize it actually means “And the WORD became corporate.” ——

This link is to an excellent site. Note the links on the left boarder of the page. They’re a bit overwhelmed by the busy background, but many aspects are discussed on this site.

http://stopthepirates.blogspot.com/2010/09/cestui-qui-trust-strawman.html

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
May 4, 2021 9:40 AM

So the word became a corporation eh? A perfect example of word wizardry. I picked up a similar example- the way to the father is through christ, ie the christian name, not the straw man title. The bible code is not numeralogical mumbo jumbo, just con man wordplay. One thing I noticed in S.t.P. in The Roman Church, the font(!) is different and king John is called James….hmm.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 4, 2021 10:47 PM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

You may already know many details presented here, but these two videos condense the effects of Trust law as related to the Federal Reserve. Who pulls the strings? I think we know. >

Who Owns America? Part 1
July 9, 2012
Who Owns America ? – YouTube
 
Who Owns America? Part 2
July 9, 2012
Who Owns America ? 2 – YouTube

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
May 5, 2021 1:35 PM

Many thanks Paul, one can always gain new insight from another’s point of view, especially on this subject which has so many offshoots which mask the hidden root. Part one throws a spotlight on the hideous irony of slavery reparations in which the culprits will make yet more profit from kindly handling the financial transaction as the descendants of one set of victims recompense the other for something the forebears of the culprits themselves engineered.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 2, 2021 3:19 PM

Why do you suppose “Troops” contains four letters which spell Oops?

I just feel so warm and fuzzy, knowing some asshat in a uniform is saving me from some other asshat in a uniform…

magumba
magumba
May 2, 2021 12:18 PM

I have come to the conclusion that there is only one way out of this now and that is by the use of force,Everything so far tried has led to the sum total of fuckall ,myriad protests and an equal amount of the obnoxious ‘do something by proxy’ online petitions have resulted in the same…nothing has changed and has progressively got worse…now they are coming for your children and pets and i fully expect as mass rollover (and not in a lottery sense) by the general public ,

I do have a tiny glimmer of hope that the pet question,now it has been linked to the green agenda,will be the awakening so many people are desperate for and going by comments on other sites i visit people are far more willing to threaten violence against those who would steal their ‘furbabies’ away from them than they are at the prospect of their children being used as experimental vehicles for unproven ”vaccine” technology

If anyone can give me any examples of tyrannical governments being removed in the last 200 years by anything other than force i would love to see them

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 12:57 PM
Reply to  magumba

Violence is not the answer, the rulers have an infinate supply of guns and more effective weapons, coupled with a large number of paid morons, violence just gives them an excuse to use them.

“Nonviolence is an intensely active force when properly understood and used.” – Mohandas Gandhi. A review of his ‘salt march’ that lead (17yrs later) to the end of British rule could be instructive.

Sufferage Parade 1913, they got their rights, and OK 100yrs later it could be argued we’re not quite there yet as far as equality is concerned, but if they had higher aims who knows.

Delano grape boycott 1960’s where 17 million americans boycotted California grapes which lead to unions and rights for farm workers – if they’d had loftier goals who knows

Rosa Parks 1950’s, all she did was to refuse giving up her seat on a bus to while folks.

1988 Singing Revolution, the people of Estonia literally sang their way out from under Soviet rule.

All it needs is some imagination, very clear, simple, well articulated aims, and a catalyst.

Take these current protests, say if those 100k people just at down and refused to move until the gov officially rejected any of the great reset/agenda 2030 talking points or repeal the tyranical covid legislation, or actually ‘kill the bill’ (or something more imaginitive with very clear aims) people who couldn’t just sit there for weeks could bring food/shelter. I would argue that would be more effective than headbutting police truncheons. Hell if everyone just slow clapped at the police it would be more effective than a ‘legal protest’ defined by the rulers rules marching where they say, and acompanied by a ‘risk assesment’.

Even a National 10 min sitdown protest, at a certain time, anywhere in the country, stop what you’re doing, stop your car, get out into he streets and just sit down for 10 mins in silent protest, how could they ignore that?

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 1:07 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

sorry for typos in that, the edit thing doesn’t work with my browser privacy settings, maybe an ‘alt news’ website where would be (peaceful) revolutionaries against a totalitarian technocratic state gather doesn’t really need 100’s of tracking cookies. My browser has uBlock Origin ebabled, it’s currently stopping 63 attempts to track my digital footprint, and that’s only 22% of the tracking shite on this website, I have to let 78% of them through to get the bloody site to work! /rant

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 1:36 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

If everybody in the world stopped their car – SOMEWHERE IN TRAFFIC, that is – and left it there, like for a week or month, that would be quite effective. I could imagine other strategies to bring the world to a halt.

But then what?

Imagine that your government falls, the whatever fuckheads are in charge are forced to resign. What will happen next? People will elect some other fuckheads who will undoubtedly take up where their predecessors left off? What’s the point?

Would some sort of a major trial akin to the Nuremberg Trials be able to purge the world of the motherfuckers who have corrupted it? Including science, medicine, finances, just about everything? Maybe? But we still need an alternative to the current system.

So again, the only way out of this is to look to the future, formulate a bold vision, and promote it.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 1:52 PM
Reply to  Jacques

how many people would be prepared to lose their car? Not many!

It can’t be too disruptive or you’re handing the rulers propaganda.

It only has to be disruptive enough to get noticed, and easy enough for anyone to join in. That’s why I thought 10 min sitdown would be enough, anyone can join in without travelling, and it could grow… 20 mins… an hour.. a day… whatever.

The hard part is defining the goals, simple enough to communicate easily, steadfast enough to actually achieve something with longevity, that cannot be easily usurped by agitators, agent provoceteurs, and other controllable agendas.

Take for example the Occupy movement, if their aims had been more clearly defined, there would have been no way the ‘climate change movement’ (who were clearly agents of the globalists) could have usurped it. The ‘occupiers’ would have rejected the usurpers.

You (or I anyway) can’t simply ‘formulate a bold vision’ that will fit on a placard, be easily communicated, and resist being usurped. Dig out mate give it your best shot, it’s beyond me, tho ‘I (still) have a dream’

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 2:03 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

I actually have a vision for the future and I live it too.

It’s not about fitting something on a placard, it’s about formulating an ideology and promoting it, discussing it, giving it realistic contours. Like contributionism. Like the rule of natural law. Stuff like that.

Sitting somewhere on your ass for 20 minutes will accomplish exactly what? Fuck all. After 20 minutes you’ll go back to your status of an obedient cog in the system. Klaus Anal Schwab and Billy the Shitty Software Peddler will have a good laugh, especially if you wear a mask/respirator as demonstrators usually do, and rien va changer du tout …

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 2:40 PM
Reply to  Jacques

If enough people do it, at the same time, on the same day (maybe weekly, escalating to daily, maybe escalating to longer) it will achieve getting noticed, by everybody else, and unignorable.

If it’s a clear message, with clear achieveable aims, that cannot be usurped, it cannot be ignored.

There’s a long list of usurped movements and ideologies going back hundreds of years, that, regardless of their aims, achieved the sum total of a) genocide b) furthering the globalist agenda. c) a combination of a+b d) fuck all.

I have some favorites (besides Occupy, what a let down that turned out to be) the latest one was by Stephen Zarlenga, he wrote “The Mythology of Money – The story of Power” excellent read, lays out the history of the money printers from pre-history to present, with a some great suggestions to changing things, it sparked a movement, when I read it I immediately went to social media to see what it was about, and discovered it had been usurped by the ‘climate change’ agenda… ho hum, so much for that.

Natural law… hmm like the FOTL thing? yep good luck with that, I went to the first meeting in Derby ~16 years ago, good luck to Michael et al but after 3 years researching law and seeing anyone who tried it in the courts go to gaol (some for a very long time) nope, too complicated, too risky for 99% of people, except Michael maybe, he seems to have been successful one way or another, but he also seems to have the luxery of independant wealth. I wish him well but I ain’t got the time, money, or the brains to beat the legal system. If it had real potential to do something it would be more evident by now IMO.

But hey, lets hear your un-usurpable, gaurenteed change ideology, better be quick we’ve got less than 10 years before it’s a Fait Accompli for the globalists IMO.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:30 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

[If enough people do it…]

[If it’s a clear message…]

Quite obviously, those are two mighty big “if”s starting your “plan.”

And maybe you need to contemplate the probability of those two “if”s.

You and I clearly have different life experiences. And what I observed are my fellow humans’ love of and obedience to government / authority figures (the kinfd of figures naturally prevalent in dreamy socialist “utopias”). That suggests to me your “If”s may be more iffy than you realise?

[But hey, lets hear your un-usurpable, gaurenteed change ideology…]

I would also like to hear more details about the the other commenter’s ideas. And one reason is because yours does not make me feel all excited.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 3:42 PM
Reply to  suddyan

No, just butt in with your ‘we clearly have different life experiences’ rhetorical statement of the bleeding obvious. FYI everyone has different life experiences, and we have no idea of each others.

It was an off the cuff idea, not years worth of idealogic reasonnig, yet i still believe it would be more successful than any ‘demonstration’ that follows the rules, or head butting police truncheons, or the use of force against which I was arguing.

You are welcome to explain how the use of force is a better alternative, or indeed come up with any better alternative.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 4:04 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

All right, dude.

Let me know then when the 10-minute sit-down protest is happening. I’ll sit down too.

If enough people sit down, the chances are that everybody will fucking notice that people are sitting down and that will be fucking something! A real game changer!

The next time, we can pick our noses.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 4:36 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Did you read the whole thread? Can your imagination not stretch to getting the point? We were debating weather violent protest or peaceful protest is the better course of action.

You seem determined to jump on one off the cuff suggestion of peaceful protest as opposed to your idea of…
“the only way out of this is to look to the future, formulate a bold vision, and promote it.”

(for which we still have no idea what you are actually proposing) as if rubbishing it makes your idea the only suitable alternative!

It was an example, if the ‘kill the bill’ protest (thousands of them by all accounts) had all just sat down, refusing to move, instead of following along to the rules of protest laid out by the rulers, I believe it would have been more effective.

There are now two of us (at least) still waiting for your “Bold Vision” please enlighten us, assuming it’s a peaceful vision, I am available to help you promote it.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 5:10 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

“I believe it would have been more effective.”

I don’t know what you believe, I happen to believe that you’re a spook.

Nonetheless, when you say “more effective”, you mean exactly what? How more effective? What would be the effect, however greater, achieved?

I don’t think you’re the kind of guy I want to discuss my vision of the future with. I certainly don’t need you, or anybody, to promote it. You live you life the way you want, and so will I.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 5:38 PM
Reply to  Jacques

More effective than going home at the alloted time. Instead of all going home at the designated time on the approved permission slip, they would still be there, because there arn’t thousands of cells in London.

More effective because it would have taken many more resources (police etc.) to deal with it.

More effective usually equates to more publicity, which I presume was the whole point of the protest, or they might all have saved themselves the bother.

Do you get some sort of satisfaction from nit picking without saying anything constructive at all? Calling people names and refusing to back up your claims instead of padding out your ideas to help people understand where you are comming from is just plain lazy, it smacks of narcissism.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 6:01 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

There you go, you can see right through me! Nobody can identify all the ways in which I’m fucked up than you!

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 6:28 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I think you underestimate people, I’m sure there are many more!

-CO
-CO
May 2, 2021 7:05 PM
Reply to  Jacques

If they sit down for long enough they may either get piles or get dragged off by the cops and have an ‘accident’ on the way to the nick. You never know how bumpy the roads can be these days!

Luka
Luka
May 3, 2021 2:23 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

What about a grid strike? Turn off your main switch, turn on all high electricity consuming devices in your home, coordinate with others to turn on and off your main switch in sync. This could bring the whole grid down if enough people join in. #gridstrike

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 2:10 PM
Reply to  Jacques

‘’mediocrities everywhere I absolve you”

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 2, 2021 1:38 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Violence is not the answer, the rulers have an infinite supply of guns and more effective weapons. But stinking thinking is? That is something the WAR RACKETEER CORPORATE FASCIST PSYCHO CRIMINALS would say. They do not believe it, why should we?”

“Several things: self defense is survival not violence, who made anyone our ruler/master, why are we not educating, organizing,mobilizing,arming and fighting back. You are full of it! Also no one has an infinite supply of arms. Besides we do not need an infinite supply of arms, just enough with the will and ability to stop being slaves.”

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“This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.”

~ Frederick Douglass, 1857

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 2:54 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

You must be American, or somewhere else that hasn’t already lost the right to bear arms, I wish you well, I really do, but I don’t expect it to end well for you if I’m honest. The US won the last (armed) “revolution” (we won’t count the latest staged debacle) and look where that got them, straight into the hands of the bankster class.

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 2, 2021 6:31 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

“Do you think.”

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 6:54 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

don’t you?

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 2, 2021 7:28 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

“Lets put it this way, you don’t think.”

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 7:49 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

whatever man, I have no idea who you’re quoting. As I said, good luck with your armed revolution, I think it’s a fools errand, you think it’s a grand plan, if you want to discuss the pros/cons of either I’m all for it, but irrelevant quotes don’t seem very productive.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:41 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

[Several things: self defense is survival not violence…]

So let me play devil’s advocate here. I am presuming (from your many comments) that you are on a specific “side” of the COVID “crisis” debate.

Now, those on the “other side” may make the assertion that instigating lockdowns is not violence, but merely “self defense.” Their premise could be that COVID is clearly bad enough to justify that, given that the excess deaths are noticably more than in the immediately preceding years.

In essence, they are largely using the same argument against you as you are against them.

Maybe it is time to think a bit deeper than Frederick Douglass quotes, or almost blind loyalty to a concept dubiously called “honest socialism,” or especially off-the-wall memes like “WAR RACKETEER CORPORATE FASCIST PSYCHO CRIMINALS.”

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 2, 2021 6:28 PM
Reply to  suddyan

“What exactly do you have in mind? Please be as specific and detailed as one can. Now Out with it.”

Annette
Annette
May 5, 2021 7:30 AM
Reply to  suddyan

..

Dayne
Dayne
May 2, 2021 2:05 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Gandhi… Havel… Most of the “independence leaders” in postwar developing countries… All of them were millionaire layabouts and pairs of safe hands, tasked with creating the ILLUSION of a revolution.

How awfully convenient for the Brits that Gandhi preached non-violence!

Today, I don’t see a way out except by divine intervention. We can’t dismantle the system on its own terms. Worse, the majority are going with the flow. Imagine what will happen if their supply of food, water or electricity depends on getting the ‘vaccine’.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 2:56 PM
Reply to  Dayne

He still won.

So what’s your plan, start praying? good luck!

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 3:54 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

He didn’t win anything. These are just psy-ops perpetrated on the masses to brainwash. Research the Hegelian Dialectic if you are interested in learning something instead of repeating propaganda.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 4:12 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Sorry, I’m not about to read 33 pages of Miles Mathis ramblings to find out his idea of how the salt march did not lead to end of British Rule.

Maybe you can point to a specific page and paragraph that can somehow rewrite history, or somehow show how the British gave up rule on some other pretext not involving Gandhi.

I am well aware of the Hegelian Dialectic, but I fail to see how that changes the history of India, please explain how it does in your own words, without expexting me to read 33 pages of ramblings.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 4:25 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Done with your identities and trolling. You can tell your other identity suddyan to go fuck itself also.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 4:57 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Do you think throwing around accusations and calling people names wins debates, or is in any way contributing to discussion?

FYI That’s just lazy thinking, it’s easier of course, because it saves you from actually backing up your arm waving and actually thinking for yourself, but it’s not really convincing.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 5:12 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

I second the go the “go fuck yourself/selves” instruction …

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 5:59 PM
Reply to  Jacques

”Do you think throwing around accusations and calling people names wins debates, or is in any way contributing to discussion?’

Jacques does.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 6:01 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

I do think that you can go fuck yourselves.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 5:21 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Fucking troll. You lied about my comment and then erected two straw men. I never implied that everyone who owns a pet and has a child loves it more. That was OBVIOUS. The second point I was making about the pre-programming is that media stories get people accustomed to an idea that will be disseminated by the government at a later date.

As for media stories about how people treat their pets that has nothing to do with pre-programming or triggering but is used as a way to virtue signal and to point out some of the more egregious behaviors of people in the first world who have berm conditioned to continually consume and to CATHECT onto their pets. Which was my initial point.

Your inability to ever be intellectually honest, in any comment or debate and your constant whining about the tracking attached the WordPress comment plugin is annoying and it gives you away.

The fact that you continually troll me with multiple names over something as innocuous as an observation made about behaviors towards pets shows you up.

Then you pull out one of your alternate names in a pathetic attempt to boost your position. You are the most predictable and obvious troll I have ever encountered. You make the blithering Trumptards with their references to the “deep state” and “white hats” and “black hats” look clever by comparison. Now kindly fuck off.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 6:13 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Blimey can you keep to one subject in a thread, this cross posting nonsense is tedious.

You said “It’s funny that people love their dogs more than their kids.”

I asked in reply if you meant most, or all people, “(most,all?)” and weather you got that idea from the media, which you denied (you never actually clarified weather you meant most, all, or some) and later when challenged you linked to a story from the Daily Mail, making yourself look rather foolish. If it were “OBVIOUS” what you meant I wouldn’t have asked you to quantify it, obviously!

“Your inability to ever be intellectually honest, in any comment or debate”

That’s a bit rich comming from someone who denies getting his opinion from the media and then uses the Daily Mail to back up his point! It’s even richer for someone who arm waves his point and then refuses to expand on it, and calls people names when they enquire about it!

“and your constant whining about the tracking attached the WordPress comment plugin is annoying and it gives you away.”

Once, I made one comment about it explaining why I couldn’t use the edit function. How this equates to “constant whining” is beyond me! Why that should annoy you is difficult to understand, unless you have some sort of anger management issue triggered by complants about digital footprint tracking!

You accuse me of errecting strawmen arguments? Please quote my exact words, I am prepared to defend my words, but not your illogical interpretation of them.

So after accusing me of strawmannery, you errect a strawman argument about Trumptards…. classy!

you accuse me of “continually trolling” you, yet all my posts are in direct reply to your reply to me, it’s called a conversation, if you don’t want to hear what I have to say to you, don’t reply to my posts, it’s not difficult!

Do you have a problem understanding the concept of joining a discussion? Or the definition of ‘discussion’?

Hint: Those are the words in the box you type into to post where it says “join the discussion”.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 6:30 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Fuck off. It was obvious what I meant. Stop trolling and fuck off. Do you understand yet? You think I don’t recognize you just because you have half a dozen identities on this thread? Idiot. I don’t care whether you are in your Elrin identity ImObs, Orthus,
suddyan, Mango Green, Germourt, Constant Warning, Guerney Slade, Bob or any of the other dozens of names you use here. I know who and what you are. And so does everyone else who reads these pages.

And starting a fake a conversation with one of your identities is not convincing. I have exposed you numerous times and will continue to expose you as the liar and troll that you are.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 7:04 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You are hilarious, you just can’t help yourself replying can you? No matter how many times you demand I fuck off (lol)

“But how shall I fuck off Master?”

Do you have a holy flip flop too? (lol)

I must make a list of these names you think I am, I can only presume they have triggered your anger issue with the use of logic and reasoning as I seem to have done, maybe they’re worth reading 🙂

Please stop now, you have me feeling like a cat playing with it’s food here (lol)

Elrin
Elrin
May 3, 2021 5:50 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Thanks for providing a list of posters going against your controlled ops narrative. Probably time for a new username to post under as you have made yourself very obvious to me. Should I fuck off now or perhaps I have already fucked off in one of my other identities.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:44 PM
Reply to  Dayne

[How awfully convenient for the Brits that Gandhi preached non-violence!]

Especially against Pakistan later on. Then he practised the “non-violence” of soldiers, munitions, airplanes, and the like.

Kindly remind me that I simply must put Gandhi on a pedestal somewhere.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 3:44 PM
Reply to  Dayne

Yep. Cryptocracy through and through with Ghandi etc. Rosa Parks was a hoax. It never even happened.

There is a way out. The people the cryptcracy want to eliminate include the police and the military who will eventually be replaced once the one world government is in place. Private police and drones, and the UN army will take over those functions. So the issue becomes informing the masses and the people in the police and military what is really going on, how the fake test and the false pandemic is being used to usher in unlawful lockdowns, vaccine passports, digital credit system run through the IMF and central banks and how that will be used to eliminate and depopulate while enslaving the rest into their biosecurity state once the traditional economy and currency is completely and purposefully collapsed.

Ultimately the police, the enlisted men and women and even their children will be eliminated or enslaved. It won’t happen all at once but the major part of the transition and depopulation will be achieved by 2030 in the developed nations. Developed nations are being targeted first and foremost because with any annihilation or organized genocide, they always remove the educated and organized opposition such as the intellectual and academic classes. The middle class are being neutered financially. They’ve already been coopted and duped and are lining up for their voluntary euthanasia shot.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 1:28 PM
Reply to  magumba

The entire Second World, which could easily be considered a tyrannical regime even though at the time of its demise it had become more civilized than, say, at its beginnings in the 1950s, collapsed without the use of force.

The use of force will lead to nothing. That’s the first thing the perpetrators secure themselves against. They’ve got the pigs, the army, the guns, this and that. People have shit and most don’t have the skill or balls. Most don’t have the balls not to wear the fucking respirator!

Demonstrations are good insofar as they have the potential to get more people on board, but they won’t resolve much either. I’m afraid that neither will any legal action because that’s another area where the motherfuckers have it licked.

Ultimately, refusal to acquiesce is the way to go. Fuck them. Ignore the motherfuckers. Throw monkey wrenches in the works. Corrupt the system. Dodge. Fuck up something when they’re not looking.

Most of all – PURSUE YOUR OWN VISION OF THE FUTURE. Promote it, get people on board.

GOTTA BE POSITIVE, GOTTA HAVE A BETTER ALTERNATIVE ….!

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 2:05 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I’ve read more interesting train tickets than your endless comments, at least the tickets have a destination clearly printed on them. Unlike your comments that seem totally at sea, lost in an ocean of banality and mediocrity.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 2:36 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

Why the fuck do you read the bullshit I write, then?

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:18 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Hope over experience, I suppose.

Also you would have some dignity if you didn’t swear erratically to sound more interesting.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:54 PM
Reply to  Jacques

[Fuck them. Ignore the motherfuckers. Throw monkey wrenches in the works. Corrupt the system. Dodge. Fuck up something when they’re not looking.]

This may work. In the short term. But is risky. Some of those actions will be expected, and will be dealth with harshly.

[PURSUE YOUR OWN VISION OF THE FUTURE. Promote it, get people on board.]

“Promote it, get people on board” is one of the better longer term approaches.

But you are up against a seriously propagandised world. The children have been put through it for a while. And they are now (in large numbers) fully propagandised “adults” who are assuming positions of power in media, governments, and for-profit and non-profit organisations.

A key adjectival phrase above is “longer term.” I don’t know how long that is. Such a change may require decades. And at my age, by that time I will not be around to bother much anymore.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 1:37 PM
Reply to  magumba

At the moment, the pet question is only part of the pre-programming. To get people used to the idea. It’s funny that people love their dogs more than their kids. I’ve always thought there was something mentally deficient about cathecting onto pets. People imprint their own beliefs onto a pet and don’t see it as a separate entity but as an extension of themselves. They falsely believe the pet loves them because it is dependent on them for everything. For its food, shelter, water, walks and affection. Dependence isn’t love. People will have their pets, their property and their lives taken from them by the state. It’s just a question of time.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 3:02 PM
Reply to  Researcher

what has given you the impression people love their pets more than their kids? The Media?

And you talk of pre-progrmming (lol)

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 3:12 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

No not media. The way people act. Someone I know quite well, their parents fawned over their dogs but made their kids clean the house, treated them like servants, left them alone frequently, let them go hungry and would also beat one of them until they were black and blue. But treated the dogs much better.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 3:29 PM
Reply to  Researcher

And this one example of narcissistic parenting convinced you (most, all?) people love their pets more than their children?

When push come to shove, if the kids are starving, really starving I mean, days without food and no sign of getting any, even the narcissistic partents would be putting Rover, Tiddles, or Pretty Polly on the menu! Mind you those parents you example would also be likely to put the kids on their menu, so long as the neighbours are unlikely to find out! (which happened more frequent than you might think during dark periods of history)

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 3:57 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Go erect your straw men somewhere else. There’s many families like the one I mentioned and many people who treat their pets better than their children. I never claimed the crap you wrote. You are trolling and dishonest.

The children are being masked and taught to be fearful of other people. They are also being emotionally and psychologically tortured by being falsely told they can catch a virus and kill grandma. The dogs are for the most part being left alone. And treated as they’ve always been treated in the West; Pampered and coddled by the owners. These are just the facts. So whether people realize what they are doing is wrong and harmful to their children isn’t the issue. The issue is only the results of collective behaviors.

Don’t bother replying I am done with you and your identities for today.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 5:01 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You don’t get this idea from the media, and then use the Daily Mail to back up your point? too funny.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 5:55 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

The fact that you don’t even seem aware of anthropomorphism or cathecting in relation to the phenomenon of the way people treat pets, is almost as annoying as the fact that when I ask you to fuck off you just inhabit another identity and continue to push the same lie.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 6:49 PM
Reply to  Researcher

The existance of anthorpomorphism, cathecting, or similar brain patterns when mothers view their own child and dog,
does not mean people love their pets more than their kids, they may view them in a similar way, but that in no way equates to loving their pets more than their children.

Maybe if you switched to recieve a little more often than you are in transmit mode you would have less of an anger management issue.

You’re still having a comprehension issue with this whole ‘discussion’ concept arn’t you!

Hint:stop replying to my posts and you’re much less likely to get a response!

Try to actually think before you post and you’re much less likely to get a response you don’t like! (anger management issues aside)

Joe
Joe
May 4, 2021 2:19 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Maybe your just a couple of cunts that get some kind of weird sexual gratification from each others posts? Even worse, these could be the ramblings of just one person with multiple personalities, locked in an internal battle for control and dominance over the others. Whatever or whoever, no matter. Ultimately you are part of the problem not the solution.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:58 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

[what has given you the impression people love their pets more than their kids? ]

I see you got a downvote before my upvote.

Seems like your valid questioning of other party’s dubious “facts” is not appreciated. Obviously questioning their “facts” woud hurt their narrative, and then facts simply must be ignored.

ImpObs
ImpObs
May 2, 2021 5:15 PM
Reply to  suddyan

The voting thing is very strange, as if an ideas validity is a popularity contest!

There was some research about upvoting/downvoting done about FB posts, course the media spun it as more upvoting leads to more positve content, also the reverse is true (according to the research) My thoughts are that these systems lead to more division, which seems to be one of the globalists aims in a lot of areas.

here’s the first link I found talking about it
https://buffer.com/resources/positivity-social-media/

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 3:56 PM
Reply to  Researcher

[It’s funny that people love their dogs more than their kids.]

It’s funny that your blunt assertion does not stand up.

Everyone I know with pets love them. Not even one of them love them more than theor children.

James Robertson
James Robertson
May 2, 2021 11:55 PM
Reply to  magumba

Can you provide a single example of a government being removed by force and replaced with a better government? I think you are completely missing the point. The goal is not to overthrow any government but rather to phase out the entire nation state system by making the government irrelevant.

Edwige
Edwige
May 2, 2021 10:18 AM

Another “conspiracy theory” becomes just another news’ item:

https://twitter.com/conspiracyguy77/status/1388631750138544128

Notice the occult signs – the checkerboard mask and the film that just happens to be called ‘El Merkury’. I hope anyone who doesn’t believe there is an occult season of sacrifice noticed what happened on its final day. Just a coincidence? Really?

The follow -up news’ item, “these bracelets are kinda clunky and I might forget to put it on – so it would be so much better to have this tech inside my body” – is probably already filmed.

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 10:28 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Thanks Ed. Sizzle at The Grill indeed

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 10:39 AM
Reply to  Corarden

Regarding the nice Doctor, who owns the company producing the ID bands, on Vitals dot com, which I presume is a rating site for MDS, his score is 3/5 which isn’t great for a doctor. Of the negative reviews….’Horrible experience, sleazeball of a doctor’, – ‘ I saw Dr Bernton as part of a work comp case. I agree with other writers as this man will go out of his way (even being dishonest) to help the insurance companies to win their case.

No surprises there then. I hope the employees at El Merkury realise that it isn’t the corn cobs that will be sizzling in the near future.

Ort
Ort
May 2, 2021 8:34 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Ah, how depressing to stumble into a news report featuring Megadeath Virus of Doom scamdemic thralls occupying Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market!

I used to visit there regularly when I worked in Philly. After I retired, I would periodically get up early, leave my little suburban house a few miles outside Philly, and take public transit to the market to buy fresh coffee beans, and various Pennsylvania Dutch foodstuffs– including a breakfast sandwich to take home and enjoy with my newly-bought coffee.

The scamdemic, er, canceled that tradition. I have taken public transit with the obligatory mask when absolutely necessary, despite the oppressive and depressing scamdemic infoganda and propaganda that saturates riders at every turn, but I can’t bring myself to shop masked in the New Abnormal Reading Terminal Market.

Mark R. Elsis
Mark R. Elsis
May 2, 2021 8:13 AM

Without Deception

The ladder of success
With cut out steps
Leads you nowhere
Without deception

by Mark R. Elsis

May 26, 1981

Resonate Love
144 Poems
by Mark R. Elsis
https://ResonateLove.net

James Robertson
James Robertson
May 2, 2021 8:07 AM

That is one of the best things I have ever read. Thank you.

George Mc
George Mc
May 2, 2021 7:12 AM

From ITV News:

“The number of Covid-19 cases in Dumfries and Galloway has risen from less than five to 23, according to new statistics.”

Is this even “news”? What does it portend? Well it’s part of the aggressive vax push! You’d think they could achieve a more potent effect by saying the number has increased five fold. The fact that they are shoving out these embarrassingly low figures may indicate an arrogance on their part. These paltry figures are now all they need to scare folk.

Grafter
Grafter
May 2, 2021 1:10 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Those figures known as “cases” are meaningless. Based on a PCR “test” about as useful as a chocolate teapot. Quoting “case” figures reveals your acceptance of their medical fraud.

David Robinson
David Robinson
May 2, 2021 7:06 AM

Dr Lacour put her 3 year old daughter in the trial…..she says ““They said that it’s incredibly rare, but anyone can have an anaphylactic reaction to it. But it’s so rare they couldn’t even give us an example.” Lacour said. “So [side effects were] not something I was very concerned about. 

https://abcnews.go.com/US/children-young-months-now-covid-19-vaccine-trials/story?id=77353416&fbclid=IwAR2xLsyEamC9V_qc33gaA8sTlObq9h9nOaw9evbeDE6ybhnkFCz60i9CHwI

Pae 24/76, UK Government document for Pfizer

Anaphylactic reactions – 240. Actual analphylactic shocks, 17.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine-adverse-reactions

Liars, the lot of them.

The article states:

COVID-19 has killed over 573,000 Americans since the pandemic began. Fewer than 450 of those deaths were under the age of 18. That’s a risk of 0.07% of total deaths, and out of a population of 328 million, it’s 0.00013%. There is no upside to vaccinating children, only downsides.

Doing the opposite of what a parent is supposed to do. Protect their children. How could they? Lock them up.

Willem
Willem
May 2, 2021 7:47 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

‘ They said that it’s incredibly rare, but anyone can have an anaphylactic reaction to it. But it’s so rare they couldn’t even give us an example.’

Poor dr is confusing absence of evidence with evidence of absence

Worse (as you show), plenty of evidence that the jab is harmful, also for kids

Dr is in the biggie smalls mood of ‘baby baby baby can’t you see, sometimes your words just hypnotize me.’

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 7:56 AM
Reply to  Willem

Interestingly, there is an article in the Czech media saying that immunity after contracting Covid is somewhat stronger than immunity instigated by the vaccine.

Are they backpedaling or what …?

oggy
oggy
May 4, 2021 12:54 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Nah! somebody cocked up!

David Robinson
David Robinson
May 2, 2021 8:41 AM
Reply to  Willem

In the phase one trial for Pfizer, kids will receive their second dose 21 days after their first. For Moderna, it will be 28 days later. This is referred to as a “dosing” trial, allowing researchers to determine how much vaccine children can tolerate and how to protect them.

https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/pfizer-moderna-begin-covid-vaccine-171559141.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly9sLmZhY2Vib29rLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAG8cGCOu16rzlPMMIPsfOjcKNFYorg_yN-CQu-lrrG9jQHyg-h1FwlBLhpbWAaw_5fvAWZRIeEjKtARWGf_q_AzmfpWQcU8faZiJE4IRaAS7P2Q48CPFC1kexTF280ygL3dtxhmd2UVEA1C5bD2GOByunsc8ww8c3P4v6gT6UsQg

Lucky children….unbelievable. 🙁

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 10:19 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

“Hell is empty and all the devils are here.”

mgeo
mgeo
May 2, 2021 7:58 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

Some people get analphylactic shock just from innocuous foods like shellfish, groundnuts, sesame, etc. Yet, a doctor can supposedly evaluate and advise people waiting in a big queue for the jab. In most cases, they do not get to read or understand the fabled annex that lists “adverse reactions”, before signing to accept the jab.

David Robinson
David Robinson
May 2, 2021 8:05 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Yes, I had an anaphylactic shock after taking Ibuprofen, which contains aspirin (to which I am allergic). My face swelled up – looked like I’d gone 5 seconds in the ring with a boxer). I’m also allergic to shellfish. Scary when it happens, though. I’m advised that there is a medical supervisor at hand to administer with an epipen at vaccination centres here in the UK. How reassuring…?!

Wraith
Wraith
May 2, 2021 1:06 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

I’m wondering how many people have been given a PIL (patient information leaflet) before they are given the “vaccine”. As that is part of the informed consent that precedes any type of medical intervention.
One of my relatives (out of three) who works for the NHS, told me this morning that she has never seen a PIL for the “vaccine” and confirmed that the major city hospital where she works was never “at breaking point”.
Back in secondary school when we were all given the TB shot (which they don’t do anymore) I don’t remember any consent forms, we were just herded like cattle through the sports hall and jabbed, whether the previous test jab (multiple needle in the forearm) indicated if we needed it or not.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 1:41 PM
Reply to  Wraith

They are not. They are not being advised of the 22 possible side effects including death. They are not being told they are part of a clinical trial that ends in 2023. They are not being told that the shot has not been officially cleared as safe or effective by any medical body or health authority. There is no informed consent. Everything about this gene therapy contradicts the Nuremberg code on medical experimentation.

Wraith
Wraith
May 2, 2021 1:50 PM
Reply to  Researcher

That’s what I was thinking, hence the reason no PIL.

Denny
Denny
May 3, 2021 1:44 AM
Reply to  Researcher

in addition to all that, they ‘unblinded’ the placebo group! And no one cares…’but it’s for that groups benefit’ is what I’m told by the hypnotized. How can a trial be conducted without a control group? Where’s the data that shows it’s safe for people w/ pre-existing conditions???

Researcher
Researcher
May 3, 2021 5:29 AM
Reply to  Denny

It’s not safe. It was never meant to be safe. Denny, they are fully aware there is no virus. The aim is depopulation. We (the unvaxxed) are the control group.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 4:04 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

[Protect their children. How could they? Lock them up.]

Would have upvoted you but for your last sentence.

It is bad enough that power is being used to lock us in our homes for the supposed COVID “pandemic.”

But to have a commenter here further push the authoritarian “lock them up” style solution, to force their “way” on all others, is not what I like to see.

PS. Since you already received a number of upvotes based, I assume, strongly on visceral reactions to your rhetoric of pathos, I will probably be chastised with downvotes for my argument of logos.

David Robinson
David Robinson
May 2, 2021 4:54 PM
Reply to  suddyan

Yeah, well, it’s all Greek to me, too. Your sensitive reaction suggests that you’re not a parent. I cannot understand anyone who is responsible for the care and protection of a child would consent to that child being used in a medical experiment. It’s disgusting. As they appear to be doctors, too, it’s even more mindboggling as they know full well that the ‘vaccines’ are experimental and the numbers of associated deaths and adverse reactions are well known. They should be locked up.

Heh, why not just give the perpetrators a ticking off and ask them not to do it again? That’s sure to work.

Ort
Ort
May 2, 2021 8:21 PM
Reply to  David Robinson

Perhaps they are fundamentalist Christians, who believe that the risk of sacrificing their child on the altar of Big Pharma/Big Science is a worthy homage to Abraham’s submissive willingness to sacrifice his son Isaac in accordance with his god’s command.

Cue “Highway 61 Revisited“.

mgeo
mgeo
May 3, 2021 11:34 AM
Reply to  David Robinson

Is jabbing the parents also not brutality to the children – after the former drop dead or are incapacitated?

David Robinson
David Robinson
May 3, 2021 12:14 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Confusing. What I would say is that the parents can make up their own mind. The children cannot.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 6:26 AM

“what the hell are we going to do about this”

I don’t know what “we”, that is you, they, anybody, will do about it, but what I, personally, have done about it throughout my life is that I’ve never given much shit about purported authorities. As far as I can remember, I always wanted to be myself, do things the way I saw fit, live my life the way I consider right, as opposed to following a script. I’m self-employed, as independent as possible short of being an outcast.

Everybody can be that, and much more, at this very moment. If you have an asshole boss, tell him to go fuck him/herself, shove the fucking … (enter the most hated aspect of your job) up his/her fucking ass, and set up your own business or another form of independent existence.

Don’t listen to nobody, form your own opinions based on what makes sense to you. Interact with others, but only insofar as they let you be who you are without forcing you to conform to whatever opinion their herd of harbors.

Don’t be afraid of being alone because most sheeple ain’t gonna like your confident independence; it will remind them of their own weakness and servility. Some, if not many, might try to make you obey, to completely excommunicate you, ostracize you.

So, what are we gonna do about this? Nothing will do if we don’t change our value system. First, get rid of bullshit like religion, god, and shit like that which constitutes – even if you’re atheist – the basis of our values, world view. See yourself as an individual, respect others and demand respect from them. If somebody fucks with you, tell them to buzz off and smash their face in if they don’t.

Raise your kids based on the same values. Make them strong and independent.

Hope that this stuff will take off. If people carry on for a few centuries, the myth of authority will be history.

Feel free to do anything else because Jacques has no authority to tell you what to do.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
May 2, 2021 6:51 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Sound advice for those strong enough to win an encounter involving ‘smashing their face in if they don’t’.

I was bullied into 50 odd fights in a school playground as a kid and ended up the worse off 50 times out of 50.

So I tend to use methods distinct from fisticuffs if people won’t buzz off. Nasty underhand things like informing others of their behaviour, you know: the media, their employer.

In a world where fighting is the only allowed mechanism of resolving disputes directly, telling the world about what someone is truly like is truly reviled.

Better to have 1 million psychopaths on earth making hell for everyone else than making everyone else aware of what they are, eh?

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 7:15 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

The “smashing somebody’s face in” was meant figuratively in the sense of taking action to rid oneself of a persistent asshole who won’t leave you alone. In a world devoid of the Myth of Authority, one has to be prepared to do that – assuming that all assholes will disappear, that there will be a final victory of Good over Evil is naive.

In my dictionary, a person who rats out another person he/she disagrees or has some problem with to the person’s employer is a despicable chickenshit asshole. A person like that is an example par excellence of a disciple of the Myth of Authority. Whatever the fuck does a person’s personal disagreement with somebody have to do with employment? Oh, I know – you don’t have the balls to deal with it yourself, so you use the employer as leverage, kinda assuming that the employer will shite himself and fire/destroy the guy because employing a person with a defective personality/comportment is bad for business.

Informing the media implies that society will excommunicate the person in question, that one uses the collective power of the community to deal with his/her personal problems. Once again – you won’t gain independence if you expect others to take care of your shit.

Willem
Willem
May 2, 2021 7:56 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Another option. Quietly leave the playground. Do something that they absolutely have no interest in, as it doesn’t provide ‘social credit’ (to which their whole esteem is built on). Only come back if you feel strong enough and are willing to for whatever reason. And then leave again if you feel like leaving.

I think that was Zarathustra’s way, although I consider that book in total as rather naive or wishful thinking from an adolescent. But then I read it as an adolescent (and never since), so maybe that is more related to me than to Nietzsche. Anyway, the idea of quietly leaving the scene is a strategy that may be useful in some instances. It saves you from a fight, and it saves you from the bullying.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 8:19 AM
Reply to  Willem

Very good. That is, in fact, what I do most of the time. I disappear. To another place, another city, another continent if need be.

But it’s not always possible. The confident independent man must consider the possibility that push will come to shove and that he/she will have to ward off an intruder, protect his/her independence, and so on.

The “smashing the face in” was meant figuratively in the sense of resolute enough an action to keep an undesirable entity at an arm’s length. In fact, I have rarely ever had to resort to anything physical in my life. I’ve always talked my way out of precarious situations. But one has to emanate sufficient strength to make it known to others that they can’t fuck with him – that’s how it goes in the jungle.

The alternative is signing a contract with the devil and have him protect you in return for your obedience.

George Mc
George Mc
May 2, 2021 8:59 AM
Reply to  Willem

Somewhere in Nietzsche he talks about bad air, about being stuck in an enclosed space with a rank atmosphere and the desperate need to throw open the windows. This sentiment has never been more apt than now. The COVID lie is pure poison that infects the most criminally gullible.

I need fresh air!

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 9:24 AM
Reply to  Willem

The whole world is turning into their playground, and EMF saturated hellhole….and you can’t leave it – their plan being there is nowhere to escape to.

https://globalnews.ca/news/1237293/how-facebook-plans-to-use-drones-to-connect-the-entire-world-to-the-web/

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 9:58 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

The whole world will be their playground, an EMF saturated hellhole….and you aren’t going to be allowed to leave it – the plan being there will be nowhere to escape to.

Running to the teachers won’t work any more. Haven’t you noticed the teachers are the ones torturing the children these days.

Speaking to those in authority has done precisely fuck all in the last year. Because you can’t get hold of those in authority. By design of course. And if you send an email, or sign one of the numerous petitions to Parliament, you get the perfunctory ‘go fuck yourself’ reply. It has just got worse and worse. Those in authority are the ones who decided to do this to us. That is why they were moved into very specific positions with perfect timing for this nightmare.

Check out Zuckerberg’s drones bringing wifi ( nice name for an EMF saturated prison) to every corner of the planet, and the Space X / US military’s missile tests that happened during the first large scale lock downs last year.

March 2020, I was out in the national park, doing one of my favourite things, star watching at dusk. Looking up I saw the Space X starstream abomination pass overhead and was wondering what the hell they were…I’d never seen an endless procession of satellites passing overhead before. It certainly wrecked the view of the celestial sphere. But I guess that is just a bonus for them. These satellites are going up endlessly, the plan being to completely encircle the planet. Musk is another cuttout, like Gates. The old ‘he just happens to be a civilian genius who can make shit in his garage’ cover to a large scale military operation. Funny how both Gates’ and Musk’s mummies worked at DARPA. Give him a few anti establishment one liners so rich hipster arseholes will buy his shitty cars, and think he’s on their side. What a joke.

I linked to an article and got spam checked, so expanded the comment without the link so apologies if it repeats.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 1:21 PM
Reply to  Corarden

Can you hear the constant pulsing? Are you in Canada? It’s deafening here. The high pitched pulsing of the 5g frequencies is at an insane level already. I believe they will keep increasing it until it kills off the desired numbers. Cancer. Heart attacks. All of it will be attributed to the phantom virus or mutant strains.

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 2:08 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Nope, I’m on the south coast of England. Re the pulsing, not yet, but the trees are being destroyed. They have been cut in half all around my town, other sections of forest have disappeared, logged completely, throughout the last year, and tiny saplings planted. So massive areas of complete deforestation…and this is a national park area! They’re carving a new road straight through an area of oustanding beauty, rare owls etc nesting there ( green reset my arse) . I’ve been seeing strange zig zagging patterns either side of my sight from time to time, it’s never happened before, and I’m thinking it may well be something to do with the rollout starting.

suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 4:11 PM
Reply to  Corarden

[…tiny saplings planted. So massive areas of complete deforestation…]

Sorry, but “saplings planted” does not sound like “complete deforestation” to me.

I assume you are aware that the Earth has greened markedly over the past few decades?

Facts. Not feelings.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
May 3, 2021 1:45 PM
Reply to  Corarden

That is the reason they chopped all the trees in Sheffield too.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 2:33 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I’m sure that 5G is nefarious in more ways than one, but I seriously doubt that you can “hear” 5G frequencies.

Here is a frequency generator and you can test your hearing. I doubt that you can hear anything beyond 15 kHz. https://www.szynalski.com/tone-generator/

5G frequencies are in the MHz/GHz range.

Also, and more importantly, 5G frequencies are radio-magnetic radiation while you can only hear acoustic waves (air oscillations).

Where exactly are you? If you’re sitting under a 5G tower, maybe you’re hearing something from the power supply.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 2:58 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I can hear the frequencies and so can many people. It’s not uncommon. It’s like cicadas. But higher pitched. It started in October 2020 here. It’s being beamed through the satellites, through the hidden antennas in the LED street lights and in the 5g mast about 100 feet up the street at the top of the telephone pole. I tried to put foil up in my bedroom to stop the ringing and it hasn’t worked. I tried to go somewhere near where I live to get a respite from this infernal ringing but I can hear it wherever I go, including parks and recreation areas. I cannot get far enough away from it because it’s all over Ontario, every hundred meters or so on the electricity-telephone poles.

Lots of people have acoustic abilities that others don’t.

And many people are sensitive to EMF and can hear the frequencies.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 3:59 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Funny you should mention Ontario, because it was at Humber College that I realized that I can hear much higher pitched frequencies than others. In a music history class, the professor lifted the tonearm on the turntable (as you can see, I’m an old-timer) after playing a piece, but the speakers remained on. The class continued. I thought my head was gonna explode, and then I realized that it was because of the high-pitched white noise (hiss) coming out of the speakers at a high level of acoustic pressure. Nobody else noticed anything. I asked the teacher to turn the volume down, and survived.

Anyway, I don’t know to what extent people are sensitive to electromagnetic radiation, I suppose that they might be. Know that there is a shitload of it around, ranging from radio, TV, WiFi, all sorts of communications, plus the radiation that occurs naturally.

People CANNOT “hear” electromagnetic frequencies/radiation. Period. What people “hear” are acoustic waves, i.e. mechanical oscillations of air that excite the ear.

If you hear a high-pitched noise coming from a device, your ear is perceiving acoustic waves created by some vibrating component.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 4:09 PM
Reply to  Jacques

They ran a test where they put certain EMF frequencies through headphones and one of the subjects could hear them. I read about it in a study somewhere. I live in Ontario.

Jacques
Jacques
May 2, 2021 5:35 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You don’t run electromagnetic frequencies through headphones. You run alternate current through headphones to make them work. The headphones convert the oscilating electric current into air oscillations a.k.a. acoustic waves, and that’s what your ear perceives. For electromagnetic radiation to be reproducible by headphones, it would have to be picked up by a receiver, such a superheterodyne receiver of which I built quite a few as a boy, and amplified to have sufficient power to move the membranes in the headphones so as to produce sound waves. The power would have to be even higher if you were to use a loudspeaker.

If you run any frequency within the audible range, which is approximately 20-20,000 Hz for people with very sensitive ears, most people don’t hear anything above 10 kHz, through headphones, or another sound system as per the above, anybody will hear it.

This is how “hearing” per se works. Hearing is the perception of mechanical oscillations.

Now, can electromagnetic radiation have some effect on the body, specifically the auditory system, and excite it so that it delivers to the brain signals the brain mistakes for audible sounds? I can image that yes. Not much is known about that, though, as the article mentions that more research is necessary.

This brings me to another story from Humber College where in some bogus class the professor asked the ol’ question whether a tree that falls in the forest with nobody around makes a sound. I answered yes and he mocked me how stupid I was because sound is what is perceived by the person hearing it. I then asked him whether if I went to the parking lot and smashed his fucking car with a baseball the car would or not be smashed and that he would be in for quite a surprise when he wanted to drive home. I thought that it was a good philosophical question, but I was expelled and, strangely, didn’t pass that course. Anyway, if people are in fact able to perceive EMF directly by bypassing the auditory system, it would give a new meaning to that fallen tree phenomenon, n’est-ce pas.

On the personal level, I remember Ontario as being the second most conventional place I’ve lived in or visited, the first being England, and as much as I might disagree with some of your assertions, you come across as a rather unconventional person. I’d imagine that living in Ontario might not be all that easy … But maybe things have changed since my time there …

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 4:34 PM
Reply to  Jacques
suddyan
suddyan
May 2, 2021 4:19 PM
Reply to  Researcher

[And many people are sensitive to EMF and can hear the frequencies.]

By “the frequencies,” you are implying 5GHz.

But that does not seem to be what the article you link to as “evidence” conveys.

From the article:

Some devices not only transmit microwaves but also radio frequencies (RF). Many people can hear radio frequency pulses, microwaves, and EMF radiation from devices using a range of 2.4 GHz to 10 GHz. When it is very quiet, you can hear a high-pitched noise coming from an EMF or RF source.

So, the people are actually supposedly “hearing” the lower frequencies of “some” devices – not necessarily 5 GHz devices – and not the 5 GHz frequencies themselves.

Depending on various groupings, there is easily a factor of 10 000 difference between radio frequency and microwave.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
May 3, 2021 1:44 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I hear it too, in central London. It started soon after they laid all the fibre optic infra-structure which began with gusto as soon as the first lockdown. It is happening everywhere in central London as i have now noticed it happening in the outskirts too. The signs on the road works had 5G fibre optic cable laying(for the infrastructure). Now they just say broadband fibre optic laying because of verbal back lash at the always un-muzzled work men. As soon as the road works were finished near mine they blocked off the back roads for motor vehicles and place the latest robo-cop cameras to moniter these back roads. These cameras can hear you, talk to you and swivel up and down and side to side. There is also some sort of sensor which looks like a dalek eye parallel to the lamp posts they are affixed to. They are everywhere!
The noise which researcher describes very well started like a switch had been activated as i was walking along the road about six months ago(and i wake up with it still). I have a sweet spot in my abode where it decreases. It also goes away when i leave the city.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
May 3, 2021 1:47 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I hear it pulsing too, not constantly but i do hear the high pitched buzzing constantly,, in central London in varying degrees these days.

Researcher
Researcher
May 3, 2021 2:20 PM

Thanks for this.

rubberheid
rubberheid
May 2, 2021 7:35 PM
Reply to  Corarden

I saw some of that, first part was like some horned constellation, or a klingon warship as a constellation 🙂 ; then a wee comet thing and lastly a straight row constellation but only about 4 “stars” on it. All going same direction.

-CO
-CO
May 3, 2021 11:23 AM
Reply to  Corarden

Appealing to so-called ‘authority’ in this quiet war on humanity is a FUTILE endeavour as the majority of ‘authorities’ are collaborators whether they recognise the fact or not.
“Your papers please!”

les online
les online
May 2, 2021 6:22 AM

can there ever be a state – without your fears ?…
can there ever be a state – without your insecurities ?…
can there ever be a state – without your obedience ?…

The State is organised protection against insecurity… it’s
claimed function is PROTECTION… its a protection racket…
You want protection ? Then YOU OBEY…

siamdave
siamdave
May 2, 2021 5:02 AM
  • all true enough – but speaking to the choir here – the crucial question of the day, that gets much too little attention, is of course – so what the hell are we going to do about this??? I sometimes think the reason this question is not tackled very often is simple enough – ‘we’, or more correctly the passive masses, have let this go on far too long, the ‘power’ is now pretty close to insurmountable, based as it is on the utter subjection of ‘the masses’ who far outnumber us, and are NOT going to change their allegiance from the rulers to us, they have made very clear, that those few of us who understand this are pretty much helpless to do much about it. Keep your head down and try to find some enjoyment in whatever time you have left (of course, if some decent looking opportunity comes along that might do some good, join it – but martyrdom for the masses whose only reaction would be ‘thank god we don’t have to listen to that nutcase anymore’ is pretty pointless)
Darren Allen
Darren Allen
May 2, 2021 7:20 AM
Reply to  siamdave

This is correct. The problem with ‘how do we solve the problem’ is that most people don’t understand the problem. They want a return to this. For those few individuals who seek genuine freedom, I have this to say.

Epicurious
Epicurious
May 2, 2021 9:04 AM
Reply to  siamdave

I regret to say I think you are absolutely right. As Julius Caesar said “people will believe what they want to believe”.

Laurence Howell
Laurence Howell
May 2, 2021 11:25 PM
Reply to  siamdave

The handwringing on this site is palpable, as one poster has said what parent could subject a child to medical experimentation.

The government and its advisers are guilty of, at the very least, manslaughter and in my opinion murder.

What can be done? plenty. Take out a court case against the perpetrators. I have done this, without a solicitor and at little to no cost. Evidence about the covid fraud is all over the place, why not use it?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 2, 2021 4:27 AM

This could mean something completely different to what Pfizer seems to be saying but we should be consistent.
If the Covid “virus” does not exist, then Pfizer is worried about something other than Covid being transmitted by inhalation or skin contact or environmentally.
If the Covid “virus” or lab-made pathogen does exist, then it still appears that Pfizer is talking about transmission of “study intervention” – either the pathogen or the treatment.

Environmental transmission or “shedding” — in Pfizer’s own words:

Pfizer-BioNTech Phase 1/2/3 Trial PAGE 67
Exposure During Pregnancy or Breastfeeding, and Occupational Exposure

Exposure During Pregnancy occurs if:

  • A female participant is found to be pregnant while receiving or after discontinuing study intervention.
  • A male participant who is receiving or has discontinued study intervention exposes a female partner prior to or around the time of conception.
  • A female is found to be pregnant while being exposed or having been exposed to study intervention due to environmental exposure.

Below are examples of environmental exposure during pregnancy:

  • A female family member or healthcare provider reports that she is pregnant after having been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact.
  • A male family member or healthcare provider who has been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact then exposes his female partner prior to or around the time of conception.

The spike protein gives all the symptoms called “Covid”
The spike protein is in the gene jab.
Apr 28 – COVID-19 alters human genes, explaining mystery behind coronavirus ‘long haulers’
Apr 27 – SARS-CoV-2 spike protein alone may cause lung damage

The “fact checker” public relations agencies (funded by by pharma) are all in a tizzy.
The allegations of environmental transmission or “shedding only came out around Apr 28/29 and the “fact checkers” are all over it.

Credit: https://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/covid-vaccine-shedding-evidence-sars-cov-2-spike-protein-can-alter-human-genes-vaers-truth/

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 2, 2021 8:50 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Can “vaccine shedding” cause side effects in unvaccinated people?

“Spike protein is primarily made locally in muscle where the vaccine is administered and may possibly be seen in low levels in the blood,” says Dr. Lawler. “But it should not be shed in significant quantity in respiratory or other secretions.”

https://www.nebraskamed.com/COVID/the-covid-19-vaccines-irregular-periods-and-spike-protein-shedding

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 9:34 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Ugh. They have to pretend contagion exists. This parlays into the Geert Vanden Bullshit theory that the vaccine could potentially create a monster variant (of a virus that does not even exist) that can then be transmitted to someone who is unvaccinated.

But contagion is a myth. It doesn’t even exist. So any sickness or illness from being poisoned through tests, a flu shot or EMF from 5g is now going to be attributed to the vaccinated, spreading a variant.

Have you ever once posted that SARSCov2, SARSCov or any Coronavirus has never been isolated and purified?

Have you ever posted that the tests are dangerous? And there’s potential dosing of vaccines and hydrogels through the nose to the brain with these swabs?

Have you ever posted that all the experiments and studies of transmission done during the 1918 flu and beyond proved that there is no contagion?

Have you ever posted that exosomes have been mistaken for viruses? That virologists now claim they cannot be separated?

Have you ever posted that 5g and EMF is a threat to human health? That 5g radio frequencies are known to cause blood clots, DNA mutations, cancer and mitochondrial damage?

Have you ever posted that there is genetic material and adjuvants in vaccines that create diseases and illness including cancer? Which has been continually linked to these alleged viruses nobody can ever isolate, yet instead contract through vaccines?

Thom 9
Thom 9
May 2, 2021 2:53 AM

Freedom March Montreal, Quebec, Canada today May 1, 2021.
Tens of thousands of people in Montreal as well as other parts of the province today marched in defiance and in protest of the draconian covid 1984 lockdown measures that have been unlawfully imposed against the people. The movement here in Montreal has been gaining momentum.
A good video here (start it at the 5:00 min. mark)
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Thd7mzpw_W8/

Sue Stevenson
Sue Stevenson
May 2, 2021 2:48 AM

This is sooooo good.

Dr. Sok
Dr. Sok
May 2, 2021 2:25 AM

I post here as there is a good chance it will remain. I have many possessions and those that are of quality I keep. My friends dad is 80 odd and from Manchester originally . Gave me some handkerchiefs. Looked at the label. Made in Macclesfield. Prompted me to look it up. Silk weavers, like steel is Sheffield. Seriously nice kit. Others comment on the music, goes without saying.Forget rubbish, throw it away now. I am not some little Englander. Just build upon it all. This whole charade is a busted flush. I suggest we move on but remember those that got sucked in. With pity.
Build back badder.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 2:45 AM
Reply to  Dr. Sok

Make Hell great again.

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 1:00 AM

The UK just had it’s first legal mass gathering since the start of the pandemic, with thousands of people meeting indoors for a legal organised rave. The people there didn’t need to be vaccinated, all they had to do was have a negative COVID test the night before. With the country clearly showing signs of returning to normality, does this prove that the idea of a “new normal” doesn’t exist?

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 1:19 AM
Reply to  Bob

no

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 10:11 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

How then are we going into a new normal whilst simultaneously returning to the old normal?

Victor Neilsen
Victor Neilsen
May 2, 2021 11:02 AM
Reply to  Bob

I can’t recall ever having to provide evidence of my medical condition before being allowed to attend a rave before, so how is this the “old normal”?

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 12:30 PM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

I also can’t recall greater economic and personal destruction. Bob is a moron.

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:30 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

You are the moron, he remained polite. You are the cretin.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 4:03 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

Votes tell a different story, don’t they?

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 6:09 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

yes it does

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 7:57 PM
Reply to  Victor Neilsen

So if they removed that aspect then would that be normal for you?
But honestly, it’s a cotton swab up your nose for 10 seconds which you can do at home to make sure you don’t carry a highly infectious respiratory virus. It’s hardly a restriction on your civil liberties.

paul
paul
May 3, 2021 10:15 AM
Reply to  Bob

Was it the dodgy swab? I thought it was the lateral flow?

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 12:24 PM
Reply to  Bob

I can’t help the terminally stupid. You, “Bob”, are terminally stupid. I’m so sorry for your small brain. Go play on the freeway.

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:31 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

you prove yourself to be an idiot with your childish abuse. Grow up

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 4:05 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

Bob is a child? Are you a child? We know you’re an idiot.

Wraith
Wraith
May 2, 2021 3:57 AM
Reply to  Bob

Proves you don’t need an experimental jab

siamdave
siamdave
May 2, 2021 5:08 AM
Reply to  Bob

it doesn’t really matter if they are not 100% successful this time, they have clearly made significant progress in pushing ‘society’ as a whole to wherever their end goal is, which will be some form of total control – they’ve been working at it for a few decades now, and they must be very happy with what they’ve achieved, and learned about how easy most of our ‘fellow citizens’ are to manipulate through the most obvious of stupid lies

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 10:10 AM
Reply to  siamdave

Who is “they”?

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 11:52 AM
Reply to  Bob

you…dickhead

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:35 PM
Reply to  Corarden

that comment did not make you look clever.

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 3:43 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

I wasn’t aiming to look clever. gfy

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 6:11 PM
Reply to  Corarden

it doesn’t matter what you intended it to do? it made you look dumb.

Wraith
Wraith
May 2, 2021 12:21 PM
Reply to  Bob

“they” the corrupt politicians, media, organisations and companies that use the phrase “new normal”.
The same people that think being placed under house arrest is “normal”.
Or think wearing a mask is “normal”.
Or think it’s a good idea to jab millions of people with a experimental “vaccine” is “normal”.

When anyone with even an ounce of common sense can see it’s abnormal.

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 7:50 PM
Reply to  Wraith

Responding appropriately to emerging infectious diseases is normal. Not responding appropriately with adequate public health measures and therefore having hospitals overwhelmed and thousands dying is not the solution. Case in point: India.

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:33 PM
Reply to  Bob

That is the fun part, defining who they are. But ‘they’ certainly exist and have been very busy since 2001.

Corarden
Corarden
May 2, 2021 10:11 AM
Reply to  siamdave

Whoopee doo, I am allowed to go to crummy rave…I look like an extra in 28 days later….I am so happy things are going back to normal…thank you government, I am so grateful.

Judith
Judith
May 2, 2021 11:40 AM
Reply to  Bob

This is sick. Not in any way, shape or form “normal”.

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:30 PM
Reply to  Bob

They did not need a vaccine perhaps, I don’t know, but they did need permission to enter a concert, that is not normal required, especially when the virus no longer exists or poses a threat, that is NOT normal or good.

Bob
Bob
May 2, 2021 7:54 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

I suppose you would get rid of security checks at these events as well? Who cares if someone brings in a knife to a rave? That’s their freedom to do so!
What I’m saying is that it is reasonable to make safety checks before public events. That is normal.

Caltrop
Caltrop
May 2, 2021 1:00 AM

Paul the apostle to the Romans – Romans 13:1-2

A translation of my Greek interlinear provided this –

“Every soul to authorities higher be subject to. For there is no authority if not from god, but the existing authorities under Me having been ordained (by me) are. So the one resisting the authority of his God has opposed and those having opposed to themselves judgement will receive.”

Luke 11:28 – But he said, Yea rather, blessed [are] they that hear the word of God, and keep it. Acts 5:29 – Then Peter and the [other] apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God rather than men.

“…….Romans 13 is in play until the government, ruling class, authority over you, whatever you want to call it, decides that it is the final arbiter and sets itself up in the position reserved for God alone. When the state or the government moves to exclude God and to erect itself in that position, a Christian has an obligation before God to expose and resist evil.

Eph 5.11 have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. even if it means that resistance has consequences from those who assume power that you are resisting…………”

tony_0pmoc
tony_0pmoc
May 2, 2021 12:02 AM

All this BLM racist nonsense, may well be valid in the now Bolshevik USA..but it has never been valid in England, in my experience of 67 years..

The Americans hated their Blacks, but us White English Kids, Loved their Blues Music….
We bought their Records, Travelled to the USA, and asked them to come home to England…

And They Did.

The likes of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin – openly admit, the source of the Music They learnt to Play

BLACK AMERICA

Who’s Origins are mostly West Africa…

Even Jimi Hendrix couldn’t get a gig in the USA…

We said come over here…to London

You can Play Here in England

“Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing (Live at Royal Albert Hall – London 1969)”

Tony

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 1:46 AM
Reply to  tony_0pmoc

In the US, every possible way the elites can think of to divide people is used and emphasized in a shrill manner every day – race, ethnicity, sex, sexual identity, religion, generation. It creates hate and violence and does absolutely no good and the financial and political elites know it does no good. They blare out the toxic fault lines through politicians, news, movies, tv, sports, administrative policy and law, and every medium they own.

They are desperate and the hate they spew gets more shrill every year. They do this to blind people to ugly realities – capitalism is slowly dying because key resources are dwindling and populations are expanding. US and UK elites increasingly use wars and sanctions overseas to desperately cling to any available resources. They see the end coming and are buying up the competitors and middle class assets they have bankrupted through policies and lockdowns and are consolidating what they own. They pacify the middle classes and poor by occasionally throwing fiat money and paltry sums at them but they do nothing to shore up the middle and working classes and give them real stability and security. They justify their murderous wars and increasingly fascist security states by lying about “threats” and the actions of far more benevolent countries. They emphasize everything other than the one issue that really matters – huge class divisions and the complete and total death of secure and stable middle and working classes. Almost every action they take and support – democrats and republicans – are to cling to their existing wealth and power and ensure that there will be no dangerous resistance in any form from united middle and working classes.

They know capitalism is dying. The know it will be replaced with something. They want the new system to be feudalism supported by a tightly run security state and advanced technologies.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 2:02 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

^THAT is the “new normal”.

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:25 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

” capitalism is slowly dying”

No it isn’t, no more than socialism is ‘slowly’ dying. What is dying is a debt ridden American Empire and its dumb self destructive ideology.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 4:02 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

Yes, it is. GNPs of major nations have not grown in more than a decade. I have facts to back up my statements. Go pick on an IQ your own size – i.e. below 100.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 4:10 PM
Reply to  Mango Green

Here…. Read something intelligent and educate yourself, you arrogant piece of shit.

The rentier resurgence and takeover: Finance Capitalism vs. Industrial Capitalism | Michael Hudson (michael-hudson.com)

Laurence Howell
Laurence Howell
May 2, 2021 11:43 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

Why is it verbotten on this site to say who the perpetrators are….

The Illuminati and their enablers the freemasons sottish rite and globalist oligarchs.

Exposure and education. Court cases.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 11:48 PM

I have nothing to do with what is forbidden on this site.

siamdave
siamdave
May 2, 2021 7:50 AM
Reply to  tony_0pmoc

there’s nothing ‘bolshevik’ going on here, this is one of the main ‘look over there look over there!!!!!’ tactics these people have been successfully using for decades. Your true enemy is the capitalist, more specifically the capitalist bankers, and what they are imposing now is some form of capitalist-feudalist new world order, a handful of essentially omnipotent, will-NOT-be-challenged rulers and their managerial class at the top, and a whole huge mass of powerless serfs at the bottom – just like they had 500 years ago, but now that they’ve come around the cycle a couple of times, they have much, much more powerful weapons of control. And they’ll keep being more and more successful as long as you and the ‘useful idiot’ masses go running after chimera like ‘boksheviks omg!!!!!!!!!!’

Epicurious
Epicurious
May 2, 2021 9:31 AM
Reply to  siamdave

SD I think you are confusing capitalism with corporatism. Many middle class entrepreneurs are capitalists putting their own capital at risk but the corporatists use others capital for their own means, ie. shareholder funds to pursue woke agendas. I am pleased to say the greatest of all forecasters Martin Armstrong’s AI Socrates predicts a great upheaval in 2022. Socrates has an enviable record. Search on Martin and Socrates together and you will find a web site of great value.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
May 1, 2021 11:29 PM

What the author describes as his Myth of Authority, is very important to think about if we wish to aspire to – let alone achieve – any meaningful individual or collective freedom (can’t have one w/o the other). However, these are not new questions by any means.

Here’s a more succinct account from 175 years ago:

“The ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas, i.e. the class which is the ruling material force of society, is at the same time its ruling intellectual force. The class which has the means of material production at its disposal, has control at the same time over the means of mental production, so that thereby, generally speaking, the ideas of those who lack the means of mental production are subject to it. The ruling ideas are nothing more than the ideal expression of the dominant material relationships, the dominant material relationships grasped as ideas.”

Karl Marx, The German Ideology/Theses on Feuerbach/Introduction to the Critique of Political economy (1845)

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 12:46 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

Ruling elites exist because they are so useful and the most successful way, through concentration of power, of running a country/empire.

Why do you think the US are now using oligarchs to kick start their economy into life?

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
May 2, 2021 2:20 AM
Reply to  Mango Green

A trenchant example of circular reasoning!

Epicurious
Epicurious
May 2, 2021 9:37 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

Like a cyclone going anti-clockwise up there in the troubled northern hemisphere and clockwise down here in the relatively unaffected southern tropics.

Wraith
Wraith
May 2, 2021 4:03 AM
Reply to  Mango Green

Why are you funding the US oligarchy by using Intel/AMD/Google/Apple/Microsoft to post here?
A little hypocritical don’t you think?

Mango Green
Mango Green
May 2, 2021 3:22 PM
Reply to  Wraith

Whoosh!

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 1:05 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

Great quote. Very few now in the US would understand it, especially not our elites or the calcified, stinking rotten democrats. The “woke” fake left hates Marx. They emphasize everything but the huge and growing class differences in the US. The elitist democrats should be people’s enemy number one.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
May 2, 2021 2:45 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

For me this quote is like a guidepost. Wherever there’s mass consensus (in a society of mass media-24/7 propaganda) it more than likely to be ruling class ideology at work. Woke ideology is clearly ruling class ideology.But we also have struggles within the ruling class. Today there is overt intra-class war within the sections of the ruling class, especially in the US. The rhetorical role of Liberals and Conservatives has has done a 180 in the past 30 years. Both Liberals and Conservatives serve ruling class interests, but rhetorically anyway, it is far more likely that the Conservatives will “defend” the working class now than was done formerly by the Liberals. This intra-class ideological conflict is why I believe there is, in US context anyway, a tiny bit more room to question the Covid Narrative on the right.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 2:54 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

There is more room to question the lockdowns on the right because the traditional left is completely dead in the US. Big Money killed it during the ’90s and ’00s when it consumed our political system. Anarcho-syndicalism is dead in the US and that would define the real leftists who objected to the lockdowns. On the right, the corporate mush are attempting to kill the libertarian and anarchist right but they just can’t do it.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
May 2, 2021 3:22 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

I generally agree with what you’ve written.

RE: …are attempting to kill the libertarian and anarchist right but they just can’t do it.

Maybe. What is needed is a grass-roots mass movement. Maybe a movement of small businesses? Are the libertarian and anarchist right ideologically capable of creating and leading that? For them, collective action is a dirty word. At the moment, I fear that the ruling class is quite safe.

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 3:37 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

I don’t know. Kind of like herding cats. What the financial elites fear most, I think, are the bottom completely dropping out from underneath the dollar or other factors {possibly resource shortages} causing even greater poverty, dislocation, and desperation.

Epicurious
Epicurious
May 2, 2021 9:43 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

The thinking Americans are already showing their strategy by their actions. Look at the major movements of families and middle class businesses from the blue states to the red states, particularly Texas and Florida. I always wonder how the US got it so wrong calling the Left blue and the Right red when the rest of the world see it in reverse. Perverse?

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
May 2, 2021 12:28 PM
Reply to  Epicurious

That won’t make any difference.

Laurence Howell
Laurence Howell
May 3, 2021 12:21 AM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

They do not need the dollar. They will decide its demise.

the Illuminati owns the world wide financial system, administered by the FED, BoE and the BIS.

All wars, resource or cold or hot are Illuminati wars.

les online
les online
May 2, 2021 5:13 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

‘Mass consensus….. is more likely to be ruling class ideology at work.’…

when you learned everything (you think) you know about ‘germ theory’ from the movies…

when you learned everything (you think) you know about communism from the corporate propaganda media…

…most likely to be ideas you unthinkingly absorbed, and then offer as proof of your intelligence – evidence of ruling ideology at work…

Epicurious
Epicurious
May 2, 2021 9:54 AM
Reply to  les online

When the academics cancelled Critical Thinking from their syllabus the world began to go downhill. Why is the most useful subject the least liked by many of the proletariat? Because it requires thinking outside their current paradigms. “Everyone” accepts when everyone should be asking “Why”.

Laurence Howell
Laurence Howell
May 3, 2021 12:13 AM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

The essay is depressing.

The myth is that we, as people, do not have any authority, only the authority of the mob. Not True.

In a republic or monarchy it is the peoples agreement to exchange their inherent authority, for the security that the state government offers. This is all you are supposed to know.

Examine the oaths of office. The terms and conditions of the operation of the office are embodied in the oaths. Who are the oaths of office taken to? In Britain this is to the higher authority of God and the higher authority of the people.

Judges take the Judicial oath. Hold them to account in their own court. They must observe the terms. This is their authority to operate the office. If they do not observe the terms and conditions of the Judicial oath declare a miss trial and judicial review of performance and complaint to Judges Oversight.

The oaths protect the people from corruption.

But this is for people not citizens.

Accept the oath of office to establish the oath contract as a man of the people. The oaths are taken to the people and this is your status, as a people. The oath is in the nature of a general offer of contract, it must be accepted, verbally, to establish the contract.

Remember there are two systems of governing….under law or under statute rules [legislation] which s not law.

This is how to establish a court of law in the HMCTS.

Researcher
Researcher
May 1, 2021 11:07 PM

Thank you! This is the type of article and discussion that is missing in media, academia and on the street.

There is absolutely no need for the type of state authority and control that exists at present. This authority is an artificial and unnatural system that stymies creativity, freedom, problem solving and community cooperation. It breeds unhappiness and dissatisfaction: Creating lives without purpose or meaning. Creating industries that profit from human misery.

Iniquitous laws and abuse of authority leads to exploitation of other humans, degradation of the environment and our health. The constant overreach and unnecessary edicts are put in place to facilitate endemic corruption, monopolies within a framework of global debt enslavement.

All of this is achieved through indoctrination at school and then further brainwashing and misdirection from the media, who are owned by the very same entities responsible for the fraud of the covid operation and the social and economic re-engineering of society.

Time to deal with the demonic psychopaths who are running these global scams once and for all. The scams, hoaxes, frauds and corruption of the past and present could be exposed and presented in a database with simple to navigate architecture.

It’s time to rollback the power of the corrupt supranational and national institutions through common law and tribunals.

Peter Sky
Peter Sky
May 2, 2021 12:14 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Our schooling wasn’t all bad like the bit about what to say when drug pushers try all the peer pressure.

Sue Stevenson
Sue Stevenson
May 2, 2021 3:00 AM
Reply to  Researcher

I drank this up like water cos it’s what I think about every day and what I don’t often see. i feel like there’s nothing more important for us collectively now than to start rousing ourselves to thinking this way but instead its crickets, zombies, spiritual bypassing. At least, that’s the feel I get. But from where am I getting it? From the mainstream internet? That fucker’s no more a reflection of reality now than a TV advert. Reality is, I have no idea what is brewing in us collectively as the mechanical monster becomes harder to ignore. Maybe we’ll collectively Hero’s Journey ourselves into the overthrowing. Wouldn’t that be sweet as, seeing we’ve not much left to lose now and everything to win?

Annette
Annette
May 2, 2021 8:14 AM
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I agree that a higher instance should not do what a lower one can, i.e. decentralization is necessary, and the higher the instance its role should be to keep the peace between regions, countries (so far international law, contrary to common sense, is used to justify aggression, according to a lawyer I know specialized in that domain). Basically I think everywhere in the world should be left to have the political system they want, and every adult should be left to choose to live in a part of the world that then suits his personality most. We are all extremely different. There is a group of academics and others from various European parts centered around a Canadian magazine who, uphold Franco, uphold the ideology of the Vichy regime of France, want to return to that world, want Christendom to rule, basically want authority — they’re against whats going on, presumably because its not the kind of authority they want, it doesnt uphold their values.

I tried arguing with their “leader”. We were both outspoken, I realized how ignorant basically he was under his pseudo-classical erudition, but more than anything I realized there was no way I could make him change his views one inch. I also realized something which I had not expected: he is exceptionally helpful and kind and caring on a personal basis. In France, they’re about the rare ones who realise veritably what is now happening.

So they want authority, but authority of a different kind. “Patrie, honneur, famille” , isnt that it?!

Once at a bus stop a young woman who is the daily maid for an academic couple told me
she does not wish to understand anything, she does not wish to have to think for herself: this couple is extremely kind and treat her very well, and take care of everything regarding her life, she’s devoted to them. She has surrendered to their authority.

All this to say: I dont know what most people want, I do not know most people, but certainly many want to be told what to do, what to think, whats good, whats bad. None of us are at the same level of “realization”, or may I say, spiritual development. As Romain Rolland said about those who need a Father like external conception of God, representing authority, they need props. It would be extremely unkind to take them away from them: does one go about taking away crutches from the lame?

Thats why we need a truly pluralistic world, with some authority to oversee no place imposes its views on other places, and does not aggress other places, a pluralistic world, where those of us who require as much freedom as is possible — the greater the freedom, the greater the responsibility towards oneself and others — can live in some place, while those that wish for various different types of authorities, from paternalistic to dictatorial, also can live happily in some other place. And that we all have sufficient tolerance for one other to get on minimally in this one Earth we have to share, this one Earth, which is the home of all of us. We have no other home.

Researcher
Researcher
May 2, 2021 12:26 PM
Reply to  Annette

Here’s the thing that authoritarians seem to forget. My absolute freedom ensures their freedom to submit to an authority of their choosing. They can still choose to be told what to do by someone else even in the same country where there’s no national authority or government, but a barebones structure that takes care of some administrative aspects of society, like road maintenance or traffic light repair. 

These people who want to submit or comply can’t expect others to want to comply. So do these people you mentioned want a return to fascism for themselves or are they really just trying to control other’s behavior and the world around them? Because nobody is stopping them from goose stepping, listening to German marches and saying Heil Hitler in the privacy of their own home. Or waving the red white and blue 24/7 and tending to their own family and their own honor. 

The people who want some kind of return to the Franco era or Vichy France didn’t live through it they just have a false ideal about what it means. But my freedom allows their freedom to pursue that imprisonment of the mind. That nostalgia. 

Nostalgia is a sentimental attachment to a false memory. Since Vichy France is so long ago, anyone who remembers it was a child. They’d have to be nearly ninety years old to have personal memories. Are their ideals their own or their parent’s brainwashing?

If you ask people specifically what are the top two things to them that this era had that they pine for, that they don’t have now, you’ll see their story fall apart. A lot of wanting to return to a previous era is due to their personal loss of power, autonomy and freedom. Or something shallow like wanting their youth back. 

Patriotism, honor and family. These are personal choices or ideals not state values. The idea of forcing others to live under a particular economic or political system these people want is simply to subject others to their will, through force.  

Yet since they don’t want someone else’s will imposed on them such as Sharia Law or Communitarianism, only a specific type of system, then it’s hypocritical to believe that everyone must agree to those values or live within that political or economic system, and every state does, it’s not ruling by consensus but by force. This is what most voters have a hard time acknowledging.

The state is already ruling by threat of force and physical violence. That’s not democratic at all, it’s just the gangster nature of the state as Michael Parenti describes:

“The Gangster State
The state is the instrument used in all these societies by the wealthy few to impoverish and maintain control over the many. Aside from performing collective functions necessary for all societies, the state has the particular task of protecting the process of accumulating wealth for the few.”

There’s always going to be someone (a psychopath, prophet, politician or con artist) who can convince others to give up their freedom, money and lives. But the idea that we should all have to live under the same edicts and regulations is inherently false. We wouldn’t even need different types of authorities or systems in different countries. It could be just a suburb where certain rules or customs are applied. Or it doesn’t even have to be a specific place but within a club or a membership organization. 

Typically, when dealing with people who need to be told what to do at every stage in their existence I ask them at what point would they envisage the power or authority they acquiesce to, has gone too far? Are they prepared to die for this submission to an authority? Are they prepared to lose their lives? Not at some distant time in the future on a battlefield. But right here, right now? 

If “the state” determines they are surplus and a drain on the state’s economy would they be prepared to die? To save “the state” some dollars? The maid could be asked the very same question. If the academic couple can no longer afford to employ her or give her any money or food but they felt responsible for her as they might a stray dog, would she die for them? If this academic couple asked her to voluntarily euthanize herself so they don’t have the burden of employing or feeding her, would she be willing to comply? 

How far are these people who want to live under hyper-authority prepared to go? Because that’s the situation we are dealing with on a global scale. The people who run the world and do so through the banking, economic, health and political gangster governments and NGOs using criminal fraud have decided there’s too many surplus humans and they would like to rid the planet of most. 

Their vision of an ideal world is one where robots and AI augmented humans who can’t breed but can only obey instructions from a tech screen, replace the majority of humanity. Our neighbors, friends and offspring need to die for the sake of the ideals and visions of eugenicist Luciferians who have deigned themselves rulers of the planet. 

To enable the depopulation, they have created a computer generated pandemic through a fraudulent and misleading test which doses them covertly with carcinogen, nano materials and hydrogel. Now, the populace must voluntarily roll up their sleeve to the state assisted suicide by lethal injection and economic and physical enslavement within the vaccine passport system. The vaccine passport system is really a digital payment and social credit system where an algorithm makes all decisions about their life, including what to eat, what they can own, what they can say, write, read, listen to and watch, monitoring their every action, even their thoughts and behaviors, including their sexual and physical responses. 

There may be people who want to live under AI scrutiny without privacy or control, where there is no chance to appeal and no respite from the constant surveillance and tyranny over every aspect of their life, but once they give up their freedom they can’t ever get it back. They can’t change their mind if it doesn’t live up to their expectations. That’s the reality of the situation. Total enslavement until the next booster shot and final solution.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
May 3, 2021 1:11 PM
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I am not willing to share this earth with unconscious, selfish, earth-raping(mother f’ers) who have absolutely no valour and do not deserve such a wonderful, beautiful, partly ruined planet. I have completely run out of compassion for these muzzled zombies in the last year or so.

-CO
-CO
May 2, 2021 11:25 PM
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Cut the head off the snake 🐍 in other words using Common Law Courts run by the people and trained peace constables to enforce Court rulings by the juries with no corrupt judges involved.

It’s probably the only peaceful way possible if it’s organized in the right way to restore freedom and justice for the people by the people and also bring the deceivers and fraudsters who are perpetrating this outrageous scamdemic to justice.