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WATCH: James Corbett on the Delingpod

British author and journalist James Delingpole sits down for a wide-ranging interview with award-winning independent journalist James Corbett. They discuss everything from the Covid19 “pandemic”, global warming, transhumanism and their own personal journeys from the mainstream to the alternative.

James Corbett’s podcast, articles and documentaries are available through corbettreport.com, and you can listen to more of James Delingpole’s podcast here, or follow him on twitter.

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David Ho
David Ho
Jun 13, 2021 4:01 PM

Corbett is not a reputable journalist by any metric. He claims to be a critical thinker, but for him, hearsay that supports his ridiculous conspiracies become fact.

Arby
Arby
Jun 10, 2021 1:52 PM

James Delingpole: ‘The virus hasn’t been isolated. That suggests to me that it’s not real. But obviously there’s a nasty bug going around’. Ah, no.

Arby
Arby
Jun 10, 2021 1:44 PM

James, it seems, doesn’t think that people can just choose to be evil. We all possess free moral agency. There doesn’t have to be some dramatic, highly publicized announcement that “I’ve gone over to the dark side!” The nice guys who James Delingpole went to university with and who now help usher in the cruel global biosecurity police State may, in some cases, truly be ignorant, but I have no doubt that most of them are evil. They are gangsters, period. Gangsterism is their chosen field and the gangster moves that their supreme leader (Boris, Justin, Angela, et al) do ‘not’ bewilder them. As for a monolithic conspiracy with one person or group controlling everything, there is no such thing – if you don’t believe that Satan exists. Really, looking at things logically, How can what is happening happen without some superhuman power guiding it?

Muggles
Muggles
Jun 9, 2021 4:15 AM

https://science.thewire.in/health/pfizers-new-vaccine-plant-has-persistent-mould-issues-history-of-recalls/

“The McPherson, Kansas, facility, which FDA inspectors wrote is the nation’s largest manufacturer of sterile injectable controlled substances, has a long, troubled history. Nearly a decade’s worth of FDA inspection reports, recalls and reprimands reviewed by KHN show the facility as a repeat offender. FDA investigators have repeatedly noted in reports that the plant has failed to control quality and contamination or fully investigate after production failures.”

Amanda
Amanda
Jun 8, 2021 4:10 AM

fwiw- Here’s the latest from James Corbett on the Great Convergence (merging of biological and digital identities/transhumanism):

Your Guide to the Great Convergence
https://www.corbettreport.com/convergence/

Haven’t heard of The Great Convergence yet? Oh, it’s just the plan to merge biology with digital technology and redefine what it means to be human, that’s all. Today on the podcast James covers the biodigital convergence that is already being rolled out and what it means for the future of homo sapiens.

Shelby
Shelby
Jun 7, 2021 12:31 PM

Good “convergence” of formerly normie world Delingpod – at his own admission, and our hero corbett finally getting the recognition he deserves. Some awkwardly comical moments when Delingpod suggests James watches various TV shows were amusing, to which Corbett responds he has not watched a tv show in many many years. Delingpod’s excitable naivety in learning (the tip of the iceberg) that all is not as it seems, is relatable in that new disorientating state we have all experienced after being “red-pilled”. This should boost awareness of all those yesterday’s conspiracies that are today and tomorrow’s Government policies.

rraa
rraa
Jun 7, 2021 10:20 AM

Big fan of Corbett but WHO Is NOT controlled by China. People seem to have forgotten that China was strongly against a pandemic being declared.
From the “free world” perspective, China may have numerous faults
But it’s a huge mistake to blame China for the totalitarian dystopia being rolled out in the West.
It’s a huge mistake to think that “China” is one monolithic bloc controlled by supernatural puppeteer Xi. There are several Chinese scientists (maybe about 15-30 including “Batwoman”) who are agents of the Western powers and who were working very closely with Western virologists to get those first virus sequences out of Wuhan for NO apparent reason. All China did was to flag a few cases of atypical pneumonia into a surveillance system. There is nothing abnormal or weird about that. Atypical pneumonia is the most common kind and China is way more vigilant about it than other countries.
That was then used by the Western media to start screaming pandemic.
Christian Drosten of Germany started working on the first ever RT PCR test for sars cov 2 from January 1, 2020. That’s what he admitted to mainstream media. It’s more likely that he started even earlier.

Tomoola Sitchin
Tomoola Sitchin
Jun 7, 2021 12:30 PM
Reply to  rraa

Drosten was in it from early on, but he is still a bit player. Look towards the usual oligarch suspect when it comes to depopulation, which is what the Covid event is all about.

CryptoKazar
CryptoKazar
Jun 6, 2021 9:41 PM

Right so Corbett wants us to think that the lack of an isolated specimen of the alleged virus after 14 whole months means nothing ?!?! something that if this exome existed, any competent virologist or microbiologist could do in 48 hours, what does he want us to believe that its a science fiction bioweapon I suppose. Similarly the lack of 50,000 people evacuating the twin towers in large numbers in any of the photographs or footage, means nothing, or the clear insertion of the planes into the video, means we think they were holograms, that means we believe the towers didn’t even exist. Who’s gas lighting who here ? because it feels through his nervous laughter and science fiction tech we should all be fearful of and tell all our non awake friends all about. That its Corbett trying to gaslight his followers away from the simple truth, that what you see on TV is a Lie ! and that includes about fifty percent of the so called “scientific” abilities of the little old men behind green curtains who think of themselves as our overlords !

Tomoola Sitchin
Tomoola Sitchin
Jun 7, 2021 4:57 PM
Reply to  CryptoKazar

That its Corbett trying to gaslight his followers away from the simple truth, that what you see on TV is a Lie !

No, he isn’t doing that.

Tom P.
Tom P.
Jun 8, 2021 5:31 PM
Reply to  CryptoKazar

Well said. People like James Corbett who still believe in a ‘virus’ will probably be in for a big surprise after the summer when dying people will be blamed on a virus and non-vaccinated people while in reality it’s the ‘vaccins’ and maybe some stuff in the air that makes people sick and die.

If you still believe in a ‘virus’ and the germ/virus theory, you will probably be very afraid.

Now is the time to figure out if there is a ‘virus’ or not.

May Hem
May Hem
Jun 5, 2021 10:52 PM

Here are the details of the Digital Dictatorship for which we are now being prepared. Alison McDowell’s latest post details these horrors.

She says, “We are currently on the precipice between freedom and serfdom and it is the responsibility of anyone with a conscience to expose the dystopia into which we are sleepwalking.Forewarned is forearmed.”

This is what the Great Reset plans …. just a few examples. The full list of horrors can be found here: https://wrenchinthegears.com/2021/06/05/covid-cybernetics-and-the-new-normal/

“Socially engineering the public by convincing them that suffering and deprivation through draconian lockdowns and social distancing is for their own betterment, thus cementing acceptance of a new protocol which can be activated in response to any sensationalized public health threat-real or perceived-which will pave the path for future ‘climate lockdowns’ under the pretext of ‘saving the planet’

Exploiting fear and hysteria to recalibrate the public’s distaste for measures traditionally associated with totalitarian regimes, such as invasive technologies for pandemic preparedness, militarised officers to ensure quarantine compliance and operational use of drones for policing the public.

Suppressing the freedom of association/assembly by prohibiting demonstrations and protests in many parts of the world, thereby criminalising and immobilising effectively anything that amounts to collective resistance against the ‘new normal’
Destroying the current city space by clearing out offices and non-essential businesses, allowing Big Tech to restructure entire neighbourhoods and rebuild urban centres as carbon-neutral, high-tech digital surveillance panopticons called ‘smart cities’ under the benevolent guise of environmental sustainability and public health, as part of the UN Agenda 2030

Restructuring employment protocols in a way that minimises human contact in order to accelerate the relentless march of workforce automation, which will be touted as not only more scalable but also safer and greener in a world threatened by viruses and environmental crises.

Conditioning children and student populations into accepting a cybernetic future, where simulation-based learning applications, virtual reality training for gig jobs and device-based education will acclimatise forthcoming generations for a life which resembles a gamified mixed augmented reality simulation where they can be sifted and sorted on blockchain and mined as data commodities on the dashboard of global financiers.”


We will not let this happen.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jun 5, 2021 11:47 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Heh, heh. All that “high tech” artificial intelligence crap relies on silicon chips. Car manufacturers and purveyors of cellular phones have been laid up for months, as chip manufacturing and shipment of same has completely stalled. Availability of raw silicon utilized in the electronics industry, has also hit the proverbial brick wall.

Technocratic dreamers have failed to understand the fragility of the supply stream. They’re actually a bunch of pathetic over-hyped clods and idiots. Take a long hard look at the “success” story of Elon Musk’s Space-X program. These dumb fucks can’t even get a rocket off the ground.

Persons such as Klaus Schwab need to be assigned to rubber rooms for the rest of eternity. Scare freaks like Alison McDowell need to grow up and do some research…

Alison McDowell
Alison McDowell
Jun 6, 2021 4:41 PM

Right, none of this is really happening. We should all just sleep in until it passes. https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en

Alison McDowell
Alison McDowell
Jun 6, 2021 4:45 PM

Musk is just a distraction. It’s IEEE that you have to keep your eyes on. https://ieee-digital-citizen.org/
https://standards.ieee.org/industry-connections/social-impact-measurement.html

And the Impact Management Project. https://impactmanagementproject.com/

New tech systems all the time. https://powderwireless.net/

That was a guest post by the way, and an exhaustive analysis. If all you can say is they’ve got not chips, you have no structural analysis. Hard to take you seriously.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jun 6, 2021 10:24 PM

Hello Alison McDowell: None of these plans will come to fruition. I have a fair amount of experience in electronics design and implementation, and have known a a number of IEEE engineers. The majority of members are experiencing a grandiose wet dream, yet they brag to one another about projects that will never get off the drawing board. The military does the same thing with alleged weapons systems…

Civilians have been boondoggled into believing the hype of “high” technology since the Columbian Exposition (aka: Chicago World’s Fair) of 1893. Look at the players, and notice the enormous expenditures involved in setting the exposition up. How long did the infrastructure last? Look it up.

The only thing missing from public discussions of these electronic devices, is how they affect behavior and physical health.

IEEE knows damn well most of what they peddle is biologically hazardous, yet they expose themselves and the entire human population to a known toxin. They’ll all die with their wet dreams and delusions of grandeur intact.

Tom P.
Tom P.
Jun 8, 2021 5:44 PM

All these nanobots and ‘chips’ they want to put in your body will be rejected by your body. The body is more intelligent than all these ‘engineers’.

However, the qr-code will be introduced to track people, education/games are used to adjust the way of thinking and behaving. Blockchain will be used to guide people on a certain path.
People will be given a personal A.I. assistent to help them make decisions.

Slowly, but firmly people will be disconnected (separated) more from the life source, which is the natural intelligence and have a life created by artificial intelligence.

Amanda
Amanda
Jun 8, 2021 3:18 AM

Allison- I’ve watched many of your videos (if I had the time, I’d watch them all!!!) and I want to thank you so very much for your amazing research and all the countless hours you’ve put into figuring out what’s going on behind the scenes.

Arby
Arby
Jun 10, 2021 1:49 PM
Reply to  Amanda

I certainly think that she has much to contribute to our effort to understand the crazy world we live in. But she’s got issues.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 5, 2021 5:38 PM

An informative if nerdy interview/puff piece with several points that i agree with but offering no viable solutions ? Neither appears to understand what being in the trenches really entails , and the use of 9/11 and it various iterations as some sort of gold standard does not compute. Neither it appears is willing to discuss the population bomb/global resource depletion and the toxic pollutions it creates . Which are quickly poisoning the air water and land needed to sustain life , or the class warfare it causes other than to say Eugenics is bad ? Eugenics if stripped of politics is just another branch of science ?

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Jun 5, 2021 7:13 PM
Reply to  Jim McDonagh

Corbett says the main battle is to change the consciousness of the majority and wake them up to what is going on.

Amanda
Amanda
Jun 8, 2021 3:30 AM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

And that’s incredibly difficult because the brainwashing is so severe. I’ve tried and I haven’t gotten very far. I’m in the Democrat controlled state of NJ and most here are completely brainwashed and believe everything from the MSM. On nextdoor.com (a site for swapping info with neighbors), I posted a link from Dr. Mike Yeadon saying that the pandemic was over and that they used false positives from the PCR to fake the second wave, and I was immediately attacked for spreading “conspiracy theories” and being “crazy.” So, we are unfortunately dealing with people who are not even the slightest bit open to other points of view.

Tomoola Sitchin
Tomoola Sitchin
Jun 5, 2021 8:18 PM
Reply to  Jim McDonagh

As Tim Drayton says below, the main challenge is wake up the masses, but first you have to start with yourself. Resource depletion and poor air quality won’t matter one jot to those who allowed themselves to be injected with the intentionally lethal Covid “vaccines”.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 6, 2021 1:28 AM

Cancer from human created pollution, and heart disease from poor diets are the leading killers of humans by a wide margin and like covid itself , vaccines don’t even rank in the top 20 causes of human mortality.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jun 5, 2021 4:01 PM

There is still no serious discussion regarding civil control of Lawful governance. Lawful governance (i.e. Common Laws) are spelled out in various Constitutions, yet pundits remain fixated on personality types, statistical “anomalies”, and media fixing. All functional measure of economic impacts on civil populations are being ignored.

The disruption of supply chains and gross dislocations of goods and services continue to escalate. The economic unraveling of food supply should be key to relevant discussions within government bodies. Political structures or affiliations are a moot point. Becoming unemployed is one thing. Starving to death is another…

It won’t matter whether viruses shed proteins or how PCR tests were a fraud. It won’t even matter what color sweater was worn by Bill Gates. The effects of media narratives may provide diversion, but there is no comedy unfolding in this world …

When populations don’t have enough food to feed those attempting to clean streets of decaying bodies, it will be too late for the lights to come on.

Ken Markle
Ken Markle
Jun 5, 2021 3:44 PM

So James, you never did get around to telling us ‘why’ all these people are pushing these climate change lies. What’s the explanation? I am waiting.

MaryLS
MaryLS
Jun 5, 2021 5:29 PM
Reply to  Ken Markle

The climate change lies are about money, power and control. Same as Covid ” pandemic. Not that hard to figure out.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Jun 5, 2021 7:15 PM
Reply to  Ken Markle

I thought he explained that by saying it’s about making humans see humans as the main culprits and thus winning them over to culling their own species.

Tomoola Sitchin
Tomoola Sitchin
Jun 5, 2021 8:19 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

Yes that is what was said.

May Hem
May Hem
Jun 5, 2021 10:58 PM
Reply to  Ken Markle

The C.Change liars are the same liars who are pushing the so-called Great Reset/4th Industrial Revolution. This is about control, exploitation and enrichment of a minority. Same old capitalism this time being forced by a digital dictatorship. All the warnings and details are here right now. Fully explained here:

https://wrenchinthegears.com/2021/06/05/covid-cybernetics-and-the-new-normal/

Amanda
Amanda
Jun 8, 2021 3:33 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Yes, I’m disturbed by the fact that RFK Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense has been good on exposing the dangers of the vaccines, but continue to push the global warming (rebranded as “climate change” since the warming is not working out) lies. The same financial oligarchy (central bankers/Rothschilds/WEF) are behind the Covid global psyop and the climate change hoax (climate is always changing and it has to do with the sun and the fact that we live in an electric universe–see Suspicious Observers youtube channel for real independent science).

rraa
rraa
Jun 7, 2021 10:22 AM
Reply to  Ken Markle

Read the World Economic Forum Risk Report for 2006. It identifies four major threats of which three, are already being used to control the world: terrorism, pandemics, and climate change. We’re twenty years into terrorism, we’ve now recently shifted to pandemic phase and when that gets old, it will be climate change used to restrict how we can move and whom we can see.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 5, 2021 2:37 PM

Langley* unleashes its semi-house-trained macaques, aka network comedians, on individual doctors.

*Criminally Insane Asylum

http://thephaser.com/2021/06/doctor-baker-responds-to-jimmy-kimmel-roasting/

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 1:59 PM

Buck’s Fizz comes to mind making your mind up.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 2:04 PM
Reply to  Annie

yes, eurovision winners in 1981.
band formed 2 months earlier.

for the numerolgists out there, see how 1981 collapses in on itself, and leaves you with?

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 3:16 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

So true.Everything we hear watch has to be scrutinised.

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 1:53 PM

Elon musk a geek=kill all humanity

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 2:06 PM
Reply to  Annie

“lone skum” is a trivial anagram of Elon Musk.

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 3:19 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

Part of the psychopaths their movement is to eradicate humans and bring in robots plain and simple

Amanda
Amanda
Jun 8, 2021 3:35 AM
Reply to  Annie

Seems like Elon Musk is a bit of a fraud–just a front man for the financial oligarchy/banking cartel:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/c3CyJT8vMUE5/

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:38 PM

Quite surprised there hasn’t been feedback/kickback about (dr.) WHO “renaming” the variants to Greek letters.
The goal of this is complete de-contextualisation furthering the confusion and mis/disinformation strategy.

“Oh yeah that epsilon is a real killer, I’m lucky, I only got a small omega dose”

Sean Veeda
Sean Veeda
Jun 5, 2021 1:54 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

I think it was to stop people like us noticing that the variants are originating in the countries where significant vaccine trials have taken place.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 5, 2021 1:34 PM

Here comes the global taxation system….

They’ve done it by creating the usual fake dialectic. “A global tax regime” vs. “let multinationals keep getting away with it”. Other options like empowered nation-states or restrictions on corporations were never going to be on the table. It’s for nasty mega-billionaires today but tomorrow….

The same people bringing this in are the ones who’ve been running the tax havens for decades. Think they now care about tax avoidance?

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 4:11 PM
Reply to  Edwige

the old switcheroo

magumba
magumba
Jun 5, 2021 6:39 PM
Reply to  Edwige

The play book has been around since 2010

Heres an annotated version

https://stopbsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/The-Annotated-Rockefeller-Foundation-Lockstep-2010.pdf

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 1:31 PM

Bill gates is a geek =Kill all humanity.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:23 PM

“Remember that viruses mutate constantly”

Oh really? Well by my calculation viruses started mutating constantly in lockstep with a psyop that started around January 2020.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57356109

Lies lies lies

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:29 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

That article says to me they are in serious danger of losing control of the narrative.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:32 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

“Because of this possibility, and because Delta appears more transmissible than Beta, scientists are monitoring it carefully”

Meaningless words, enslave the world

Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2021 2:53 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

It may not be getting “curiouser and curiouser” but it sure is getting vaguer and vaguer. “…because Delta appears more transmissible than Beta….”

It either IS or IS NOT more transmissible. There is either hard data to prove its greater transmissible or there isn’t. Note how “science” now hedges by “appearing” to be something.

Paul
Paul
Jun 5, 2021 1:21 PM

The ‘lab leak’ whether intentional or an alleged bio weapon seems to be gathering a head of steam.

Biden has asked for an investigation. The British government have asked for an investigation.
The British corporate media are giving it more airtime.
Facebook has stopped censoring comments about it.

Hmmm. So after spending a year censoring all debate about a lab leak, governments and big tech are giving this idea more credibility and are doing it at exactly the same time.
I smell a rat.

We are told that this ‘virus’ was detected in wastewater in Spain in March’19 and Italians had antibodies in September’19.

If this is true it blows the whole lab leak out of the water and the question must be asked as to why covid a new virus we are told, started circulating and spent the best part of a year doing nothing and then started causing mayhem in country after country at exactly the same time as the lockdowns started.

If one wants to go with the lab leak theory that the ‘virus’ spilled into a Wuhan wet market in November’19 then we have to accept the testing and the antibodies tests are completely wrong and totally unreliable.

All this lab leak theory does is reinforce the idea that there is a deadly virus on the loose and it’s being used by the authorities to drive vaccine uptake.

It’s theatre for the plebs.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:39 PM
Reply to  Paul

“A circus for the slaves”

Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2021 2:58 PM
Reply to  Paul

It may be more than theatre. It is the “right” of big tech to censor or not censor being set in cement.

They’re reminding their audience that it’s they who are holding all the cards. And they can censor or un-censor whenever they like. They’re bound by no rules other than their own whim.

Yet people still participate in the mass enslavement of data. Go figure!

Antonym
Antonym
Jun 7, 2021 5:42 AM
Reply to  Paul

Fauci and Collins funded chemera virus research again after December 2017, preferably abroad in places like Wuhan, Tiblisi etc. Now they want to cover up their involvement any which way. Gaslighting, denial, diversion, the whole CIA arsenal was used. Was lockdown one of them?

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 1:08 PM

I like James don’t get me wrong he’s gone down the rabbit hole I’m still falling.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:12 PM
Reply to  Annie

i guess the difference between your rabbit hole and delingpoles/corbetts is that theirs are
FULLY FUNDED

satanic-panic
satanic-panic
Jun 5, 2021 2:49 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

shill is always a shill a shil doesn’t become credible because he got interviewed by some idiot


Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 12:16 PM

James Corbett
Jeremy Corby
Jesus Christ
I’ve had about as much saviour and prophet(profit) as I can take

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 12:13 PM

I need info on commentators like James Corbett and others I know they are gathering information which likely I would never find,But who are they and their intentions.

Tom P.
Tom P.
Jun 8, 2021 6:16 PM
Reply to  Annie

You can find the info as well, but people like J.C. get also a lot of info from other people and probably pay people who have interesting info.

Don’t forget, I’m not against it, but it is a business for J.C.
He will never involve himself in discussions on platforms like this one and does not communicate with his listeners.

vaers
vaers
Jun 5, 2021 11:38 AM

LATEST UPDATE OF VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) DATA:

As of 28 May 2021 (the latest available) the number of deaths associated with the three vaccines given to Americans are:

PFIZER 1881
MODERNA 2145
JANSSEN 373
TOTAL 5165

As to thrombocytopenia we have:

PFIZER 228
MODERNA 177
JANSSEN 117

Readable VAERS data can be downloaded from

http://preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1184

The VAERS people are throttling the data. For example, data from December last year is still being released. It is becoming more and more noticeable. I wonder what is really happening?

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 12:08 PM
Reply to  vaers

i wonder, why consider this data credible, but other state sanctioned data, not?

if there is doubt that some data is untrustworthy, then the LOGICAL and RATIONAL conclusion is that ALL DATA FROM THIS SOURCE IS UNTRUSTWORTHY.

its called cognitive dissonance and a tool they use to confuse/distract/demotivate you

vaers
vaers
Jun 5, 2021 2:36 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

The VAERS data is said to be READABLE (not credible).

Actually, the basic VAERS data is credible.

However, the data has been manipulated in many ways in order to present you with something you cannot easily use.

For example, the data has been split into three separate files in a way that makes the data essentially useless, unless repackaged.

Another example; the release of the reports is being throttling. Hundreds are being held back to “shape the statistics” so that “the little people might not be frightened”.

Antonym
Antonym
Jun 7, 2021 5:49 AM
Reply to  vaers

Covid is not very deadly but this virus did cause more deaths than the vaccines used to fight it off. Those with weak immune systems should be careful of both, but if I was one of them in the midst of an outbreak I would opt for a crippled vaccine over the real thing. After 5 days I would be ready with fostamatinib to deal with my own immune overreaction.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:07 AM

I’m sorry, but is this the same delingpole who writes for breitbart?

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/02/02/delingpole-my-48-hours-of-hell-with-the-brexit-knuckledraggers/

Justification for not watching the video: CONFIRMED

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:13 AM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

Miles W Mathis, if you are watching, let’s get some deep background on these two, eh.?

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:48 AM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

ANYONE using the phrase “brexit knuckledraggers” has an agenda, one that i am not willing to support.
Using words to alienate and denegrate the other point of view?

Hmmm now where have I seen that before?

DISCREDITED

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 1:04 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

cool, so calling people with an alternative opinion to you “knuckledraggers” is acceptable?

i see what we are dealing with.

maybe you will see, too.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Jun 5, 2021 2:33 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

I think you have missed the point of the article you cited. Delingpole is taking the expression “Brexit knuckledraggers” that he has heard from people in the anti-Brexit camp and is using the term ironically in the article.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jun 5, 2021 1:23 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

I always refer to James D, in my own private thoughts, as Delingfart. That’s a fair snap assessment. But around the covid scam he’s been doing good work, credit where it’s due.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Jun 5, 2021 2:31 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

In my opinion, Delingpole was wrong about Brexit and is on the money when it comes to the scamdemic.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Jun 5, 2021 10:45 AM

I’m just posting this out of interest. I’m having a very long to-and-fro conversation on a Bill Burr/Conan video with the very first person I think I’ve ever encountered who while he completely opposes the notion of fakery is still willing to keep going the distance in discussion. Amazing! So few people are really willing to keep arguing it out, so very few. We keep it perfectly respectful and I don’t know if he’ll ever get it but certainly his ideas have been challenged. I really wouldn’t expect him to get it immediately because you cannot rush cognitive dissonance. If someone has no idea of psyops and the idea that this pandemic is fake has only occurred to him for the first time in discussion with me then, of course, he simply will not recognise fake just because the evidence is made clear. It takes time to process.

He tends to think my being in Australia where the idea of a pandemic is ludicrous in the extreme is influencing my thinking unduly so he’s posted links to videos taken in UK hospitals (where it’s all so radically different!) asking me if I think they’re phoney. Well, yep, we see the signs of a drill loud and clear so I thought I’d just post the signs of phoniness that I posted to him.

Inside one of UK’s busiest Covid wards!
One issue is a contradiction in what they say: at 45 seconds (https://youtu.be/YzyxwkiyHEs?t=44) one of the workers says, “So we’ve got all ages and sizes, a variety of backgrounds, social backgrounds, medical backgrounds.” This is immediately followed by the narrator saying, “In fact, most here today are in their fifties.” I also think it looks extremely strange that the workers have their names and occupations written in tape stuck on their scrubs or even written directly on, that surely wouldn’t be normal.

Upsetting scenes – ‘Holding hands while they go’ – Inside the Covid ICU
At 2:46 we see a doctor – what on earth is he wearing on his head? and his name just scribbled across his scrubs. https://youtu.be/gnUhltza0CM?t=160. At 3:59 we see a patient sitting in a chair with what looks like a black hose kind of pointing at him from the middle of the screen at the bottom. What is the black hose thing? Looks weird. https://youtu.be/gnUhltza0CM?t=239

Coronavirus intensive care: patients speak about their battle for survival – BBC News
At 50 seconds we see a patient whom we’re told is suffering from breathing difficulties. In this case why is he wearing a mask, why not breathing apparatus or at least nothing? A mask is the last thing you’d be wearing when you have breathing difficulties. https://youtu.be/5WxJTLvYe9U?t=50

Absolutely nauseating that they fool us in this way. Criminal.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jun 5, 2021 12:03 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

I’m just posting this out of interest. I’m having a very long to-and-fro conversation on a Bill Burr/Conan video with the very first person I think I’ve ever encountered who while he completely opposes the notion of fakery is still willing to keep going the distance in discussion. Amazing! So few people are really willing to keep arguing it out, so very few.

Oh hey – credit where due. I have taken much time out to debate with you, as have other worthies such as Milosevic, Moriarty’s Sock, PSJ and others.

I’m offended you don’t recall 😉

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Jun 5, 2021 2:46 PM

Never fear, Sophie, I recall. We’re up to 122 comments and this is a person whose idea of how the world operates is exclusively from MSM – it’s a different kettle of fish.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 5, 2021 10:30 AM

I hate linking to the Beeb but look at the photo which tops this article:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-57361513

“Pub Rules:

No standing at the bar or anywhere in the bar (?!)

No moving any seats”

So you can walk but watch you never stay still for more than a second!

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 5, 2021 10:26 AM

A headline which blatantly flaunts the new psychological warfare:

Covid situation finely balanced, NHS boss warns

And Event Covid has resulted in this tightrope terrorism of the mind. This is a game that can go on for as long as they like:

“Ooh we’re very nearly there …. oh but wait a minute! There’s a bit of a rise there! Quick: two week lockdown”

which morphs into two months …

and then …

“Ooh we’re very nearly there …. oh but wait a minute! There’s a bit of a rise there! Quick: two week lockdown”

repeat repeat repeat

Patrick
Patrick
Jun 5, 2021 12:24 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Yes here in Ireland we hear things like ‘the next 10 days are crucial’ ‘we are on a knife-edge’ ‘it’s a race between the vaccine and the virus’ etc etc all day long. I remember the first time I heard ‘the next 10 days are crucial’ which was last Spring when the scamdemic was being unleashed I thought ‘How do they KNOW that.?………………of course they didn’t and they don’t.

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 12:30 PM
Reply to  George Mc

And we are sick of it.

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 8:34 AM

I think all this talk about the elites and the others is futile at best, harmful at worst.
Please will someone precisely describe who is part of the elites and who is not. Give precise criteria, so we can tell who is part of the elites and who is not
Some who have made the effort to understand the untruths behind the current narrative have done so only because they are anti-elites, whoever the elites are, so not for any positive reasons. It appears that some in the anti-elite view goes to the extreme of claiming the elites, again whoever they are, are not from the species Homo Sapiens, that some other species took over the control of humanity at the dawn of history. That is what the extremists in the secular anti-elite crowd seem to believe. Then there is the Christian anti-elite crowd. Their extremists express the same idea, but in the language of their religion, that Satan has taken over the world from the start.

I am not making any of the above up: this is how many I have come across these last months argue, and what they believe. I sincerely had no idea there were such beliefs, never come across such beliefs in my entire life until recent months.

Its also very convenient, when they disagree with you, you become in their eyes part of this other species having adopted a Homo Sapiens cover to fool the innocents, or else you become one of Satan’s helpmates.

The internet has bred a variety of people who have spent years trying to find information, but without any discernment, without any wisdom, without any training and education. One should be wary of the internet. The above crowd seems to latch on to any website that feeds their anti-elite views. One such, which apparently is the source of the information of one of them, believes pi=4. Now, evidently if you say that is crazy, the answer is ready-made: you’re part of the elites that have fed populations that pi=3.14… Evidently if you give them a mathematical proof, they will find conspiracies behind the definitions of the concepts you use. Possibly they may think the decimal system is a conspiracy.

Anyhow this elite/others approach is totally messing up some people, and it is in no way helping the fight against the current tyranny, or for that matter in constructive discussions about the future.

Patrick
Patrick
Jun 5, 2021 9:39 AM
Reply to  Annette

Miles Mathis has theories about how p=4 but I never did understand what he was saying. At the same time he is very very smart and even that I believe has a real basis to it. Most things he says have a real basis though I find his tendency to see EVERYTHING as a ‘hoax’ goes a bit far. But he has written some good stuff about this scamdemic

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jun 5, 2021 11:12 PM
Reply to  Patrick

I can’t refrain myself from answering this. Pi can’t possibly be equal to four! The statement that it is is false and you can’t have a mathematical statement being false and true at the same time. Here is a simple proof:

Let’s start by saying that the famous number designated by the greek letter Pi is, by definition, the ratio of the circumference C of a circle to its diameter (a diameter is twice the radius R); that is pi = C:(2R). Let’s assume it to be 4. It is proven (we shall admit this well known theorem) that the area of a square equals its side squared; also Arquimides, a real genius, has long ago proven [and we shall admit his famous and rigorous proof] that the area A of a circle is equal to half the product of its circumference C and radius R; that is A = (1/2)CxR; so, since by definition pi = C:(2R) it follows easily by substitution that A = (pi)R².

Now, draw a circle with radius 1 unit, and circumscribe to it a square such that the sides of the square are tangent to the circumference; it’s plain that the sides of the square are 2 units in length. Hence, its area is 2² or 4 square units; also, the area of the circle would be 4(1)², or 4 square units. Hence the two figures, circle and square, have equal area. But this is absurd since it is plain from the drawing that the circle, inscribed in the square “occupies less space” than the square. Hence, everything else being long known, admitted, and well proven truths (formulas for areas of square and circle), the remaining assumption, pi = 4, must be false.

QED.

The Coming Revoltion
The Coming Revoltion
Jun 6, 2021 2:37 AM

PS. “Arquimedes” should have been “Archimedes”.

NickM
NickM
Jun 5, 2021 9:59 AM
Reply to  Annette

Annette, the word “elites”, from French “Les Elus” (The Chosen People) refers nowadays to a self-chosen grouping of Plutocrats and/or Oligarchs together with their hangers on. Essentially a Class War (Us versus Them) it is difficult to give precise criteria for membership. The word Elite used to denote Excellence in some field such as sport, war or culture but now it simply means Filthy Rich, Obscenely Powerful and Crassly Arrogant.

Kika
Kika
Jun 5, 2021 10:46 AM
Reply to  NickM

The chosen people. Who chose them? Perhaps chosen by W.H.O,?

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 11:40 AM
Reply to  NickM

I did not know it came from “Les Elus”. Thanks NickM for mentioning that. I wonder is it then coming from Hebrew, for it is the Jews isnt it who are considered as the “Chosen people”? You will excuse my ignorance of details. I am not from European culture, and although I love aspects of European culture, and am very cognizant with some of it, I have not delved into those that held no interest for me, in the sense that it seemed to me internal issues of cultures founded on Christianity/Judaism.

I wonder why for instance the term was used to mean the academic elites. Thats the connotation I knew of the term: for me elites were those who were dedicated to some cultural, scientific, or such studies. It was not a term with any especially negative connotations for me, and did not include the “Filthy Rich, Obscenely Powerful and Crassly Arrogant.”.

However indeed if the term comes from “Les Elus”, then it has been wrongly used for the dedicated to cultural pursuits whose dedication go to the point of neglecting practical and material aspects of life. For anyone dedicated does not consider himself/herself as “Chosen” (its incompatible with the notion of true dedication), nor would wish to be consider as such by others.

But indeed, the Chosen, would apply to the “Filthy Rich, Obscenely Powerful and Crassly Arrogant.”.

Hence thank you very much for pointing out my mistake. Now it makes sense, its not a word which can be given a positive connotation.

NickM
NickM
Jun 5, 2021 5:22 PM
Reply to  Annette

Annette, thanks for your interest; so few people are interested in culture or history these days, we are supposed to have reached “the end of History” – especially the end of cultural history.

European cultural history stems from two sources.

Classsical Greece, stressed the importance of clear thinking, athletic prowess, artistic standards, civic pride and gentlemanly behaviour. At school we learnt their slogans, Kalos Kagathos — Beautiful and Good. Their pursuit of excellence, Arete, has influenced one meaning of our word, Elite. But the Greeks believed that Excellence was a quality of individual persons or things, not a national or divine gift of being “chosen”.

The other source of European culture is Christianity, based on the Holy Books of the Jews and their prophets, especially the last and greatest of the Jewish prophets: Rabbi Yeshuah of Nazareth, whom Christians worship as Jesus Christ. This means that Europeans have picked up the Jewish notion of a battle Us versus Them, of The Chosen versus The Rest. The French, Les Elus usually means The Jews. But there is an English Christian use of the same word, The Elect, to mean good people who are chosen by God to go to Heaven when their Earthly life has ended. I believe this but must admit it seems unfair:

“The bells of Hell go ting-a-ling-a-ling
For you but not for me,
For me the angels sing-a-ling-a-ling
O Death where is thy sting-a-ling-a-ling
O Grave thy victory?”

Who chose this name for today’s rulers? The rich and powerful chose to apply this title to the rich and powerful; it sounds so much nicer than Plutocrat or Oligarch.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 5, 2021 6:36 PM
Reply to  NickM

What an interesting exchange! A2

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 5, 2021 10:00 AM
Reply to  Annette

I think you’re confused about a couple of things….

Firstly, Luciferianism is not the same as Satanism. Luciferians think Satanists are too committed to the left-hand path. They don’t believe Satanism can be beaten or be removed from the world – but they want more balance.

Secondly, you seem to believe that it’s being argued that the Earth is Satan’s Kingdom. On the contrary, this is exactly what the Gnostics believe. There is too much good in the world for that to be plausible to me. It’s not a black-pill message, the vast majority of people are not members of ‘the inner party’ and would be horrified if they could see through it. I still think most people want to good, decent and not harm others. However I don’t see much of that good in those that presume to rule. The hopium that there must be some good among the elite was what Q was built on and look how that turned out.

Gnosticism and Luciferianism are more superficially attractive and subtle than Satanism and therefore more dangerous. I was one for many years. without realising it. It was seeing how it leads to transgenderism that woke me up to what it ultimately leads to. I’m certainly not arguing that questing after knowledge is a bad thing – it’s the idea that in the process we become gods and that there are no things to which we shouldn’t yield as unknowable or immutable that I have a problem with.

Truth doesn’t have any obligation to be “helpful”, it just has to be true. Make of it then what you will. My own view is that they’re running this through our own consent and withdrawing that consent and setting a good example of non-compliance is currently the best way out of this mess. I also agree with what Corbett’s long been arguing about de-centralised alternative support networks. Plenty will disagree and they may well be right. My main point was about how they seek to study us and learn our weaknesses to weaponise them against us. I’m suggesting we should reflect on our weaknesses and both work on them and how we allow them to be surveilled. I’m going to presume to tell people how to do that and there may well be many paths.

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 11:49 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Im sorry Edwige, I have little knowledge, nor do I wish to, of these aspects of Christian culture. For me, as a non-Christian, are the basic teachings attributed to Jesus. In fact who re-modernized in those days those teachings matter little to me. They are in the continuation and a reformulation of what had been said and written prior to that in other traditions. They have in modern terms been reformulated in more secular language. They are the same old teachings, which every culture, in different forms, forms appropriate to each, reformulate. They are the teachings that make us human and help us to transcend ourselves.
In every culture, only those aspects matter to me. The rest I leave it.
We are in my opinion, all free to some extent, at least at each instant, to decide how to act and to think: good and evil are in each of us. For me its not something external, neither good nor evil. Both are within us all. No one is controlling us to be evil, or pushing us to be good. We decide: whatever may be the external circumstances, how we react to them is our own decision. That is why we differ, some are more constructive than others, others more destructive. But at each instant we have the possibility to change, leave aside a destructive path, or for that matter, I suppose a constructive one.
But I do think that the aim of life is to become more and more “good”, by which I guess I mean transcend our ego, which can be done by totally being immersed in compassion for others, i.e. in others, and/or by total immersion in creative work.

dr death
dr death
Jun 5, 2021 12:45 PM
Reply to  Annette

you have to ask yourself how these things keep getting ahem, reformulated over over and over through the ages…
for example most imbeciles cannot name their families back five generations…

yet somehow their minds are filled with constructs ‘formulated’ in antiquity… though they may of course be ignorant of the fact the exoteric herd is corralled via esoteric knowledge, regardless of naming and categorization (they are after all variations on a theme)…

for example the wokey wokey’s and homo-tranny adepts are of course followers of baphomet or other other such androgine demi-gods, egalitarian post-modernistic nihilism has a heavy dollop of uncle aleister…

someone or something is keeping the flame alive (could this be the non-committal and somewhat flat ‘annettes’ elites ?), or perhaps we live within the flame as it consumes and orients us towards death..

masonic gigolo and pathological liar manley p hall has some interesting tomes… though of course one has to be wary of pan-demonium…

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 2:42 PM
Reply to  dr death

I think I didnt express myself properly. I meant the teachings attributed to Jesus. Before that plenty of others, the Buddha among the most well known.
And for their secular descendants, I meant thinkers like Tolstoy, Rolland or Tagore, and many others.

I suppose you are talking of other peoples, for I dont suppose you are calling imbeciles those who uphold these teachings.

dr death
dr death
Jun 5, 2021 3:56 PM
Reply to  Annette

sometimes it is difficult to ascertain at what level imbecility manifests itself amongst great thinkers ‘annette’…

because of course one could unknowingly ( acommon affliction of imbecility) be an imbecile oneself thus rendering useless any observations..

but I’ll certainly give it some thought…

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 5, 2021 10:00 AM
Reply to  Annette

Anyhow this elite/others approach is totally messing up some people, and it is in no way helping the fight against the current tyranny …

The very word “tyranny” implies an elite against a mass. So you are essentially saying there is a tyranny but we’re not supposed to mention it.

dr death
dr death
Jun 5, 2021 1:07 PM
Reply to  George Mc

now now, ‘george’ you are being flexible with the truth, like the term fascist which originally refers to the bundling of the people (safety in numbers and order) together in common purpose, a symbol of common unity and collective strength the ‘fasces’..

tyrannus refers to an individual who has seized absolute power without constitutional rights, the term was in fact of neutral complexion, tyrants often usurping unjust kings, many of whom were bastards quite literally….

in antiquity the herd were often quite fond of their tyrants, so obviously some things never change…

Dors
Dors
Jun 5, 2021 10:12 AM
Reply to  Annette

I think all this talk about the elites and the others is futile at best, harmful at worst.

Agreed.

It appears that some in the anti-elite view goes to the extreme of claiming the elites, again whoever they are, are not from the species Homo Sapiens, that some other species took over the control of humanity at the dawn of history.

Those lizard stories can hardly hold my interest either, as they’re a fringe view. But the general claim the some are “not from the species Homo Sapiens” is more interesting. It presents an execution of the notorious first step towards / of genocide : verbal dehumanisition of the other side. So, willingly masked people are called zombies, as insisted, among others, by the authoritive Vernon Coleman, a senior figure remembered as a media personality from the good old times. The others are also characterised as immature, ie. retarded in their mental development (as argued in an article published by Off-Guardian a few months ago), as well as ‘covidiots’ and ‘insane’…
The whole point is that this societal, civilizational crisis is pervasive : it permeates everything. We have to start by looking at ourselves and in ourselves.

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 3:09 PM
Reply to  Dors

What you say is very interesting. I had taken the person who had said that as someone who focuses too much on evil and I had felt sad for them.
But you are very likely right. It could be the prelude to new form of 1793, a reign of terror, when the very best are eliminated.
I am rather wary the same could happen following this current tyranny. I have felt so much anger, hatred, rejection, not just in some comments throughout the last months, but in some I came across during this period.
And evidently the result could then only be the elimination of today’s Lavoisiers who spent their lives dedicated to their work, in his case science, or those who actually elaborated the ideas of freedom and equality. Today’s Talleyrands, those who did the oppression, will get away with it. Mob violence, a mob which hits indiscriminately anyone whom it considers as different… Yes Lavoisier was different, he was so dedicated to his work, so much in his world of ideas, he was in his lab when he got arrested, and had not thought of escaping.
He was from the gentry, and as such, had the duty to collect taxes, though was not particularly intent on it. Many of the best thinkers today are alumni of Harvard, Oxford, etc. It makes them part of a certain social set, though they may not have much to do with it, maintain polite relations, so they could be taken for those academic elites that were involved in the oppression, when they actually might be the very ones that fought it.

Harold
Harold
Jun 5, 2021 10:26 AM
Reply to  Annette

I don’t like the word elite when it refers to the psychos that are pulling the strings. Let’s call them what they really are, ‘scum’, ‘filth’, ‘sick’ take your pick there are plenty to choose from and we would all know what they refer to.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:19 AM
Reply to  Annette

Its US vs. THEM

THEM is a fungible group. As is US.

And so it goes.

Annie
Annie
Jun 5, 2021 1:17 PM
Reply to  Annette

I think they think they are above us they can rule over us.Decide to cull us they are psychopaths that’s why they interbreed.

Annette
Annette
Jun 5, 2021 2:50 PM
Reply to  Annie

Who interbreeds? Monarchy in Europe once did, married in other royal families or selected aristocratic ones, and because the group was too small, after a while it had a noticeable biological effect on offsrpings. But otherwise Im not sure who interbreeds. And what do you mean by interbreed? Marry people that have the same perspective? But is this not what most mature people do, marry someone they can build something in life together, and for that you need some similarity of mind.

Marry people from similar backgrounds? But is this not common? Is that interbreeding?

Marry people from the same university? That also is common. Is that interbreeding?

NickM
NickM
Jun 5, 2021 7:03 PM
Reply to  Annette

Annette, “interbreeding” is another interesting word. I believe it replaced “race” after Hitler spoiled that word, which simply means “a run” as in “a run of luck” or “a run of inherited features”. After reading that “a different species” is defined as “similar but incapable of interbreeding” I concluded that there must be many different species of human beings because so many groups tend not to intermarry: Protestants tend not to marry Catholics, Jews not to marry Gentiles, Aristocrats not Commoners, Rich tend not to marry Poor; and as you say, University graduates tend to marry University graduates.

I swear I heard this in England 60 years ago: “It’s good of Jonathan to marry Joan, because her parents never went to University”.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jun 5, 2021 9:10 PM
Reply to  Annette

Interbreeding with one’s own class, that’s really where the interbreeding comes from. The “elites” all go to the same schools, work in the same places, hold high positions in those places, their kids go to the same schools, they go to the same churches, etc. They interbreed with their own class, not particularly their own families, but many are interconnected in that way as well. It’s a big club and we’re not in it is a nice, simple way to put it.

It is like thinking that elite “Republicans” and “Democrats” are mortal enemies, when all one really need do is look at how those same “opposing” elites gather together all over the world. Look at Davos and tell me those attending do not agree with each other. Hell, look at the governments of countries that supposedly oppose each other, especially relevant with the Megadeath Virus of Doom, and see how they all reinforce the same narratives, maybe with a bit of a different flavor, but they all agree on the “need” for mass vaccination, culling of the herd, and The Great Reset. Interbreeding indeed.

Thom
Thom
Jun 5, 2021 7:20 AM

This is the same Delingpole who was shilling for Brexit for years, I take it? Now his man is in charge of the country he doesn’t like it. I’m tempted to say – suck it up, you won!

popo says
popo says
Jun 5, 2021 10:31 AM
Reply to  Thom

(I forget this was a refuge for lefties)

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:23 AM
Reply to  Thom

Apparently so.
Writes for breitbart, mostly dog whistle clickbait by the looks of it.

A credible source?
Its upto you to decide.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 5, 2021 12:06 PM
Reply to  Thom

Dellingpole amuses me, he’s seen behind the curtain on the climate scam, and now on scamdemic, but he’s still stuggling with his cognative dissonence with pretty much everything else, he’s still clinging to the notion he’s part of the establishment “Half my school friends are MPs or work in the government” which leaves him a complete lack of context to see the bigger picture, even on the subjects he has researched.

I ike him, he’s a ‘useful idiot’ whos eyes have just opened like a newborn kitten, he’s started to see things but it’s all still a bit blurry unitl his new found vision matures.

dr death
dr death
Jun 5, 2021 1:32 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

more likely a ‘double agent’ like the imbecile shagger of goldsmiths and rothschilds (hehe) russell brand… a man who was sent to ‘hollywood’ and married off to another psy-op… hint: be very suspicious of this miscreant and his ilk.. though many of them have something in common… you really should look into it..

they keep them on ice, sleepers ready for deployment when narratives begin to collapse and they need a rudder on the ‘inside’ to steer the proles back down the rapids…

like the threads laid months ago of lab concocted viral weapons and vapers dying near military ‘biological weapons research’ facilities..and now trumpeted by the covid narrative management organ the washington post..

the covid farrago is full of them, every street corner is being ‘worked’….

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 6:11 AM

Heres a list of pharmaceutical vaccines that contain aborted fetal cells

https://soundchoice.org/vaccines/vaccine-chart/

You’re welcome

abc
abc
Jun 5, 2021 5:23 AM

Too much bs about ” bio security merger with humanity, without proposed approach to finding a solution. .. Those of us in the fox hole, need theory to rally around if we are to accomplish something.
Questions such as Where did it come from? How far back does this thing go/ Why would they do it? What would we do? isolated psychopathic institutions with power structure strong enough to block dissent and question.. but no answers.
Not even a good take away.. I say the hole hour was a waste.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 6:00 AM
Reply to  abc

Never watched it. Presumed it would be 2 blokes telling me something i already knew, speculating endlessly.
That’s what pubs are for.
Plus Corbett is a smarmy half arsed intellectual who is just dying to say “I told you so!”

Philippe
Philippe
Jun 5, 2021 9:04 AM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

That’s an interesting take on the content of a video you didn’t watch.

Keep up the good work.

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 11:01 AM
Reply to  Philippe

Tolerated opposition is potentially worse than controlled opposition

Philippe
Philippe
Jun 6, 2021 6:44 AM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

You may be right. That’s a discussion for another time. I don’t believe Corbett or Delingpole are either tolerated or controlled opposition. You appear to believe differently, based on your opinion that Corbett is a ‘smarmy half-arsed intellectual’. I disagree. That’s the beauty of free speech and free thought.

My comment referenced the incongruity of you stating you hadn’t watched the video, then going on to state what you believe they may have said.

That’s not intelligent comment. That’s just smearing someone you don’t like.

This is exactly the same principle used by the ‘fact checkers’, the msm et al. Play the man, not the ball; on the grounds that if the people they are censoring could be heard by the masses, more might awaken. Therefore, demonise them so nobody wants to listen.

This raises the uncomfortable concept that you yourself could be controlled opposition, aiming for tolerated. I can’t prove you are, but you can’t prove you’re not. The same could be true of me, of any of us here. It’s just that most people read the article or watch the video before commenting or, in your case, smearing.

magumba
magumba
Jun 5, 2021 6:35 PM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

I must admit i’m really enjoying trampling through the Daily Mail comments comments section again after a hiatus with the basis of all my replies being ‘i told you so’
Childish? absolutely
Satisfying ditto
In the current world of little cheer you just gotta make hay while the sun shines

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jun 5, 2021 6:25 AM
Reply to  abc

There is NO ‘virus’ only parasites.

popo says
popo says
Jun 5, 2021 10:38 AM

But that was an insightful moment in their conversation for me: be warned about trading arguments over the provenance of ‘Covid-19’ and the ‘SARS-cov2’ virus. I too feel frustration with Covid-19 scepticism because it is attacking the very distractions used by our opponents. I feel like an extremist and want to attack the ‘Motte’. Perhaps if we all went extreme and called the whole thing out ‘UNapologetically’ ‘THEY’ would begin to waiver in what ‘THEY’ are doing. It really is the psychology of the threat of the mob [where we attempt to become the mob]

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 5, 2021 5:04 AM

It’s a satisfying conversation though with a scintilla of self congratulation, perhaps understandably since both individuals long ago stuck their heads above the parapet.

As an antidote; especially for those who came of age in the 1960s and 70s, the baring of souls doesn’t get more raw than Ireland’s John Waters and Michael Michailidis of Greece.

It’s a more spiritual discussion, rooted in our shared cultural experience, that yields many fresh observations and clues to our predicament.

As Michailidis notes, these older generations grew up with a culture that was less material. Many people turned their backs on lucrative careers to build a stock of goodwill and memories — yes, that’s true, as naff as it may sound. There were no managed outcomes. You put in to society on trust, and the belief that good promotes good. Now we are realising that maybe we were manipulated into that, while the moneygrubbers took control.

Cultivate your faith. As Waters remarked on the Richie Allen show, faith is at the very least acknowledging that there is a greater consciousness. We don’t have all the answers.

Hearty thumbs up to https://johnwaters.substack.com/p/podcast-a-time-slipped-out-of-time

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 5:45 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

“To have faith is to trust yourself to the water. When you swim you don’t grab hold of the water, because if you do you will sink and drown. Instead you relax, and float”

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 6:03 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

“Heads above the parapet”

Well clearly not, as their heads are still on.

Ask JFK what its like to put your head above the parapet.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 5, 2021 11:30 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Too abstract an interpretation of earlier generations for me. I favour these: (a) fresh memories of earlier upheaval (b) subsequently, ongoing harsh working conditions, that kept down the children’s expectations (c) lastly, the induction (normalisation) of women into the workforce, leading to lower wages (the rat race), and less guidance and more bribes for the children.

Central Scrutiniser
Central Scrutiniser
Jun 5, 2021 3:51 AM

How do you post pictures???

NickM
NickM
Jun 5, 2021 10:48 AM

Yes, how do you post pictures????

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 5, 2021 11:35 AM

Like this CS…
https://images.app.goo.gl/ENZSoQ79WjCS7fmA7
https://winteroak.org.uk/2021/03/29/what-are-they-trying-to-do-to-us/
Whatever you want to post, when you find a photo or article, click share in your options drop down menu, then click on the clipboard option. When you want to post it here, click on the clipboard icon on your phone or computer, then click on the photo you want to post, and it should post here. Or something like that.

Corarden
Corarden
Jun 5, 2021 2:33 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Hope you’re ok down there Gezzah, and are able to get food etc

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 5, 2021 2:56 PM
Reply to  Corarden

All good C, have a lot of food in my cupboards, and enough funds to get through about 5 months, tho any longer and I’ll be getting nervous.
Mainly sticking to smaller family owned businesses for food as they don’t say anything about not wearing a mask or enforcing the QR codes.
Have started noticing some shops here with large signs at the entrance:
No Mask. No Entry.
Didn’t notice that here last year. I’m not that game to go into those ones, and the vile Chief Health Officer here told shopkeepers that anyone who is “aggressive” about not wearing a mask or scanning the QR code, that they need to call the police! Yep… call the cops.

Bretty
Bretty
Jun 5, 2021 2:49 AM

I like James Corbett. He does so much in-depth research and yet remains so calm. I find it harder. Just blogged this – afraid I’ve thoroughly maligned Matt Hancock – but I don’t think I’ve been inaccurate: https://covidtruefacts.blogspot.com/2021/06/the-foppish-sycophantic-murderer-matt.html

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 5:47 AM
Reply to  Bretty

A true gammon faced toilet trading gimp, a terrible excuse for a human being, and the best advert for abortion that exists

Vitor Neilsen
Vitor Neilsen
Jun 5, 2021 5:53 AM
Reply to  Vitor Neilsen

Actually, if you meditate on the possibility of bojo, gates, cockhands, fauci etc. Being aborted as fetuses, its good for your mental health.

I don’t wish them dead, but I wish they and their kind had been aborted.

A powerful metaphor, I think you’ll agree

RobG
RobG
Jun 4, 2021 11:59 PM

If I say what I think about this video I’ll be very unpopular.

Not that I’m afraid of being unpopular.

All I will say is, watch this video again in six month’s time.

ZigZagwanderer
ZigZagwanderer
Jun 5, 2021 1:32 AM
Reply to  RobG

How about you give your views now ….. and we’ll check back in six months time ?

Had to downvote you for cowardice I’m afraid.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 5, 2021 3:01 AM
Reply to  RobG

This isn’t a popularity contest in any case.
Just a comments section on a conversation which might be of great interest to those who have not been following this scam properly, and who therefore don’t know all that much.

Your views might be right or wrong, but practically everything which Corbett and Delingpole state as facts is pretty well documented.
Corbett, especially, does his homework.

Out with it, man. Just say it. I’ve already said they look like a couple of loonies, although I have learned that appearances can be deceptive…
So you have nothing to lose…

Central Scrutiniser
Central Scrutiniser
Jun 4, 2021 11:44 PM

There is new variant in Melbourne. The Kappa variant. This variant is terrible and requires you to buy an extra box of tissues. Meanwhile in Queensland vaccination hubs have been opened but for a very narrowly defined group of people. So are they getting the vaccine or a flu jab or water?
Please get vaccinated with this unknown viral material. If not you risk catching a cold and have an almost 100% chance of survival. The Australian Govt thanks all good wholesome Aussies for being sensible and getting vaccinated.
And in the UK lets let everyone go to Portugal on holiday and then introduce strict restrictions when they come back. Umm no Psy Ops here then.
Finally and thankfully young teenagers can now get vaccinated for the least deadly virus in history in the UK! Whew.
All sound very rational to me.

John
John
Jun 5, 2021 3:37 AM

Good to see some Zappa fans still kicking.

Shin
Shin
Jun 5, 2021 9:35 AM

Well done! Australians have been saying that shit in OG for the last 18 months. Welcome to the club pal!

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 4, 2021 11:36 PM

I find Delingpole’s staement that we can’t understand how the elite think and therefore shouldn’t even try very strange. You can be sure that’s not what the elite think, they study us closely to learn weaknesses to exploit. There is of course some diversity in elite views but also an overarching unity ot outlook and purpose that make some general statements possible.

The most important thing imo is their Luciferianism. Luciferianism grew out of Gnosticism and the Gnostic Revival in Europe, more commonly called the Enlightenment. In this view God is the villain of Creation for wanting to withhold knowledge from humanity (a misreading of the Fall imo) and Lucifer the hero. Humanity through gaining knowledge can become gods (like sons replace fathers, they argue). God’s creation was flawed and the elite think they can do much better. Carbon-based life decays and dies and this is ultimately why they have constructed a narrative with carbon as the villain because they hate matter as we know it (there may be some split between those who want silicon-based life and those who want to dump materiality altogether and disappear into some cyber-cloud). In becoming immortal they’ll become gods – and not coincidentally escape any danger of divine judgment for their crimes. The idea of little Billy Gates cowering inside a computer for eternity is at least a cheering one!

Humanity’s mortality is the weakness that can be used against us. Fear of death is what underpins the pandemic. Society has been deliberately engineered towards secularism to increase this fear and strengthen this weapon. The elite are not truly secularists, as must be obvious by now. The concept of ‘inherent vice’, a term from maritime law and used in the Thomas Pynchon novel of that name, is useful here. Inherent vice is the idea that there’s no liability for a cargo that breaks because of its own intrinsic flaws. The elite think they thus have no liability for what they do to the mass of humanity because we are so flawed by fear of death. The elite think they’ve transcended fear of death although the desperation and insanity of their quest for immortality suggests otherwise. In Pynchon’s novel he is writing specifically about the California counter-culture and why there was no guilt about wrecking so many people with drugs and toxic culture. Nobody forced them to take the drugs or listen to the music – and if it damaged them then that was their vice of profanity and lack of gnosis that was to blame. This is why they can commit mass crimes with a callousness that is psychopathic. How people are meant to achieve gnosis in the face of secrecy and deception is something the elite dismiss with an airy “they wouldn’t understand anyway…. “. On top of all this, I wouldn’t rule out that some of them regard themselves as a different species but this is obviously speculative.

Some claim that maritime law is the legal system the elite operate by but this is concealed from the mass of the population by various legal fictions. Maybe – it’s certainly interesting that the elite seem to have based their operations in locations that are either swamps or islands and thus could be regarded as ships in water (e.g. Venice, Amsterdam, London, Manhattan, D.C. even arguably California).

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
Jun 5, 2021 12:37 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Here is a fun thread, from 2008, on a conspiracy site, by an ‘elite’. Obviously complete bollocks, em…

https://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread402958/pg1

les online
les online
Jun 5, 2021 12:51 AM
Reply to  Edwige

They are a different species ? Rightwingers and BO. People who have a greater tendency to turn their nose up at the whiff of urine, sweat and other body odours are more likely to have rightwing authoritarian attitudes, research suggests. The team say the findings support the idea that a feeling of disgust might partly inderpin social discrimination against others, with the link rooted in a primitive urge to avoid catching diseases from unfamiliar people or environments. “We think that authoritarian attitudes
might, at least in part, be rooted in biology,” said Dr Jonas Olofsson, co-author of the research from Stockholm University and the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study.
(Weekly Guardian (Aust) cc2017)

May Hem
May Hem
Jun 5, 2021 6:09 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Great comment, Edwige. Another version of the parasite’s (don’t like the word elite) belief systems – they see themselves as superior to other humans and lower down their scale, are animals and Nature. These inferior realms must be tamed, controlled and exploited. Imprisonment for the masses is very popular – after all, they asked for it and gave away their power by being so obedient and in awe of we superior ones. This is called blaming the victims.

The misguided parasites have become so disconnected from Nature they don’t even realise that we are all one in Nature – plants, animals and human mammals too. What we do to Nature we do to ourselves, as they will find out.

The parasites especially fear and hate women, especially earthy, powerful, sweaty, sexual women. Anyone who is connected to Nature is their enemy. And these controlaholics hate surprises. They thrive on routine and predictability, a bit like robots.

Any person who thinks they can play god is doomed. As we will soon see.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 5, 2021 10:36 AM
Reply to  Edwige

I find Delingpole’s staement that we can’t understand how the elite think and therefore shouldn’t even try very strange.

It is indeed strange. I have found that one invaluable approach to what the bastards are up to is to ask, “What would I do if I was one of them?” – which translates into “How would I fool the public i.e. How would I fool people like myself?”

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 5, 2021 12:26 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Missing context. Dellingpole was talking about Psychopaths as in, you can’t think like a psychopath unless you’re a psychopath.

e.g. how can you actually understand anyone contemplating extermination of 7+Billion people? Unless you’re a psychopath!

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Jun 5, 2021 4:30 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

This is a fallacy. You don’t need to be like a person to understand how they think. It is very simple to understand a psychopath. Just simply be indifferent every time you hit a moral or compassion block in your thinking. Any time your conscience stops you.. ignore it. That’s what separates us and them. You can do this easily as a thought experiment.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 8:49 AM
Reply to  ZenPriest

Disagree. Psychopathic train of thought does not materialise in a non psychopathic mind, you can imagine it does, but then the phsychopath will surprise you.

dr death
dr death
Jun 5, 2021 3:32 PM
Reply to  Edwige

the rule of thumb is inversion… but only in terms conducive to ‘them’.
hypocrisy being ‘their’ defining characteristic…

the so called (luciferic) enlightenment was just the reboot of the old talismanic system, whose agents had operated under cover for centuries, once they had the catholic church back under control they could make a play for power.. of course within this, one may just be looking at factions in the same system warring for bounty and influence. ..

perhaps the church of mithras went rogue for a few centuries as their agents in europe battled it out.. perhaps they were whittling any competition, what is for certain is that much of the european nobility was replaced with a more should we say ‘byzantine’ arrangement..

as regards the islands .. mercantile outposts stretching back into antiquity money and trade are the lifeblood..

the same with recycling of ancient names and obsession with all things so called ‘egyptian’ or kem (the actual title) the al-kem-is etc etc.

you are dealing with a very old system the roots of which are what we now term ‘civilisation'( a loathsome hypocritical term in keeping with progress and values and suchlike used as descriptors for the pliant and imbecilic herd ) and as tacitly admitted likely forged in sumeria…

no doubt these are the same families running the farm today, why should such wealth disappear ?, when examining stock ownership it seems the same tiny group owns everything…. the ‘plan of the ages’ and the ‘great work’ is nearing accomplishment.. and all operated in plain sight.

the singularity and ‘their’ digital pseudo creation awaiting their ‘dark lord’ who has given them so much..

it’s hardly surprising they see the proles as incidental/commodities..

Thiekbalj
Thiekbalj
Jun 5, 2021 9:56 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Edwidge I love reading your comments you should write a book for real. I don’t agree w everything you say but you are a dynamic and gifted thinker like so many off g’s.

Binra
Binra
Jun 4, 2021 11:16 PM

JC still sees his own consciousness in terms of personal control and his identity as between his ears.
But he also refers to the ‘Human Spirit’.
Spirit is aligned purpose.
Control is always a private agenda set over and against life as Other – and can never get enough.

Pathogenic seed/germ theory is the diversion into the ditch that James warns us and yet also predictively predicts. It follows directly from psycho-pathic dissociation that in effect hijacks the mind and replicates itself in all that it thinks, sees and responds to.
So at that point in the conversation I saw how true witness has no place in Jame’s foxhole. But that is how truth is put on hold for an overriding threat that must be dealt with first. While every attempt to ‘deal with it’ only repackages it to repeat the same pattern.

Before this I was watching videos on the actual helical anatomy of the heart that pictured something of life in a way that goes beyond linear processes – and that as a result of Tom Cowan recent interview with Manel Ballister (hang in its worth it).

https://degroenegeus.wordpress.com/2021/06/03/manel-ballester-conversations-with-dr-cowan-friends/

The light that comes in is not an Angel on a while horse to kill the evil threat, but an underlying and embracing perspective that so undoes its basis as to dispel it. Those who identify in war the most or are invested most deeply in their narrative control identities, will persist a bipolar focus in a conflicted being rather than appreciate the polarised play of One expressing through the many as the true being of each.

True witness shines a quality of inspiration. That can be called meta-communication, but really, without it, the information is at best a derivative code waiting true recognition in context.

Cowan’s take on what gain of function actually is – chimes with my own.
I sense that there is a timing and a time for the unveiling of life unto Itself that cannot be manipulated. To choose not to take the long cut is a short cut to what is already the case, but until truth is accepted because it is true, it has to compete with illusions that offer more ammo, better cover, more impact, less vulnerability to attack, more leeway to prevaricate, obfuscate and evade while seeing to be ‘correct’ and on message.

Breaking of our ‘reality’ reveals it is not and never was reality.
If truly undone, this would waken curiosity as to what truly is, by simple and direct observation and capacity to form questions that invite and allow answer in life, rather than the seeking and finding of reinforcement for what we are trained to think we see.

The heart compresses and expands as a double helical spiral. Its electrical impulse is within the terrain of all that embraces it. As result of shock, this alignment can be lost.
The answer is not a private mind control fed by sacrifice of life set in bot-nets of identity groupthink, but realignment at the heart. But those who are lost, cannot remember for themselves.

The rabbit hole is the realm of diversionary illusions, being applied to the search for truth that meets a maze or thicket of diversionary illusions.
For the mind will not show you who you are, but will take all the time you give it to think some more.

All the labels are coming off.
To some this is their freedom to act out denied sub personalities, for others the freedom to recognise the human Spirit in others whatever their background or packaging.

Focus IN the reality you would unfold as future, for focusing in what you do NOT want operates the same fixation of fear under mask of control or evasion. What underlies fear is conflicted self, not the representation of projected conflicts seen, outside. Those who need the ‘mask’ can thus escape the fear within, under a dictate set without. For a time.

karen elliot
karen elliot
Jun 5, 2021 1:05 AM
Reply to  Binra

Early disappointment, loss of love, are handled by ‘closing off the heart’ – by the hardening of the hearts surrounding muscles… Many heart attacks are the consequence of this hardening. Broken hearts…After a heart attack many become less driven, and become open to the softer emotions… It takes a long time to accept some disappointments…

Binra
Binra
Jun 5, 2021 7:30 PM
Reply to  karen elliot

The whole covidian endgame is no less an expression of the subordination of the heart to structure as a system capture. Rigid structure replacing fluid adaptability can no longer tolerate or grow from change and challenge and so locks down against it. Death wish.
The lead I offered is in my mind revelatory with regard to understanding the heart for a completely new level.

Tony_0pmoc
Tony_0pmoc
Jun 4, 2021 11:00 PM

I think it is OK to remain Normal and not be Terrified by This COVID shit and take your now Grandkids to the Beach as Normal. They caught 3 crabs. The youngest they threw back. Tony & Family xx

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 4, 2021 10:55 PM

Corbett: ~47:00 “{Climate change} is a trick, essentially, that is being played on a mostly ignorant, mostly naïve, mostly trusting public…”
David Ray Griffin, the grandfather of the 911Truth movement, from whom Corbett inevitably gathered much information for his 9/11 claim to fame, wrote several groundbreaking books on the immediate dangers of anthropogenic climate change.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has spent most of his career battling big oil, and its propaganda campaign to obfuscate the immediate dangers of climate change.
Would Corbett claim that these two people are ignorant, naïve and trusting?
There are two options that I can see: 1. DRG and RFK, Jr. are catastrophically wrong on climate change, which then casts doubt on the accuracy of their respective views on 9/11 and vaccines. 2. Both are purposefully deceiving the public, or hijacked in some way, which again casts doubt on the accuracy of their respective views on 9/11 and vaccines.
What we need is a proper debate, not between scholars who work for corrupt universities, but between free thinkers like Corbett and RFK, Jr., who might then cite their own climate scientists.

MolecCodicies
MolecCodicies
Jun 5, 2021 1:07 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

Nobody is correct about everything. Therefore if DRG and RFK jr. are wrong about climate change, that has nothing to do with whether they are right about 9/11 or vaccines.

Corbett makes a strong case that climate change is another fake science psyop funded by the rockefellers to manufacture consent for depopulation. Is he right? I don’t know, but anything that scientists push on the grounds of a “consensus” that cannot be questioned is suspect to me at this point.

Most people disagree with me on whether the US landed on the moon. Does this make me doubt on principle their opinions on any other subject? Not really. We have to consider the evidence on every issue separately and come to our own conclusions. Expecting any one person to be 100% right about every single thing or be dismissed as a charlatan is silly imo.

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 2:26 AM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

I agree that you can’t apply a litmus test with every person. However, DRG and RFK, Jr have made the issue of climate change more than just a fleeting subject that they dabbled in…and since this is something that they’ve invested a tremendous amount of time towards, it might be safe to assume that they are misguided on some other issues (or Corbett is wrong). Ultimately, you are correct to say we need to judge every argument by its own merits and not appeal to authority, etc… but this difference in opinion of such a monumental topic is at least worth highlighting. Corbett followers, imo need to at least read Unprecedented to start the debate.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 5, 2021 11:44 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

Corbett followers, imo need to at least read Unprecedented to start the debate.

eh? Read a book By Hanson? lmfao that’d be like reading a book about vaccines from Faucci to start the debate

I’m guessing you meant “Unprecedented Crime” by Hanson et al? I doubt you mean the CNN book ‘Unprecedented’ about trumps 2020, either way I’m sure you’d be lead down the garden path just as far by either of them!

I’ve followed the climate debate since they were predicting a comming ice age in the 70’s, through the ‘ozone hole’ manufactured from whole cloth with ‘science to order’ from Du Pont because their monopoly on patented CFC refrigerant gases was running out, then Hanson turning off the air-con in the senate chamber in 1988 to deliver a stream of complete BS, then half the IPCC authors resigning after the first report because the statements for policymakers made exagerated claims that could not be backed up by the science, then the fraudulent science of Michael Manns Hockey Stick graph, then “climategate” etc. etc. I remain perplexed as to why people cannot see the climate scam for what it is!
https://wattsupwiththat.com/2021/04/25/wheres-the-emergency/

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 8:26 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Unprecedented by DRG, where he devoted 300pgs to countering those issues you raise, plus hundreds more.

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 9:21 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Unprecedented by DRG, where he refutes, in depth, the issues you just raised.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 9:09 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

Well, if he “refutes” everything I raised there, he’s full of shit. I followed it all in real time (the Mann thing alone went on for over 10 years, now accusatons of fraud stand up in court) Read Macintyre & McKitrick on the HS, they completely demolished it and ALL the ‘wack-a-mole’ copycat papers rustled up in an attempt to bolster it, he had one of the time series upside down, and white noise produced a HS shape in his model FFS, it was found that one single tree (yamal) was the only time series that fitted, in the whole fucking world, and they weighted it so much it was the sole tree that produced the HS shape, so much so random noise also produced the HS shape in his model. Read Montfords book on it ‘the HockeyStick illusion’ for a concise precis.

It makes me wonder if the accusations of economic slight of hand in DRGs Jekyll Island book are worth a revisit!

MolecCodicies
MolecCodicies
Jun 5, 2021 12:03 PM
Reply to  Tim Glass

If climate change is indeed a psyop, it is one of the most pervasive and widely believed psyops of all time. So it wouldn’t surprise me that many respectable and well-meaning people believe it.
Corbett’s videos “What is the average global temperature?” and “Climate Models for the Layman” give a good argument that climate science is far less capable of predicting or even measuring temperature changes on a global scale than they would have us believe, and how cherry-picked data can make a prediction appear sound when it is not.
The general refusal of climate change proponents to debate with opponents of the idea is another red flag for me. As well as their tendency to resort to shaming those who question them rather than explaining why they are right, and their insistence on claiming an ironclad consensus when there are in fact a fair amount of climate scientists who disagree with the theory, as Corbett has shown in other videos.

Another thing that’s made me question climate science is the climategate scandal. This article gives a good analysis of this: https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Climategate-emails.pdf

At the end of the day, it seems to be (like most fields of science) a matter of debate, with intelligent people on both sides of the discussion. It is far from “settled”, unlike how it is presented to us. And frequently it is presented in a hysterical fear-mongering way, making claims that strain credulity such as that the earth will be uninhabitable by 2030 (several people I know believe this). Many people would argue that even if it is incorrect, global warming still shouldn’t be questioned because it discourages pollution. But I don’t think the environmental movement should need to depend on faulty (if it is faulty) or overblown narratives to push an anti-pollution agenda. There are plenty of other reasons to oppose pollution besides “climate change”.

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 8:33 PM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

“The general refusal of climate change proponents to debate with opponents of the idea is another red flag for me.”
But this is exactly what DRG and RFKJ have done. In fact, they’ve devoted a significant portion of their professional work to just that.
re the emails…here’s an example of DRG arguing this claim:
The Falsity of Climate Science Denialist Claims

There was a top-level conspiracy to lure the global public into believing fraudulent claims of global warming: In what has been represented as one of the biggest scandals in modern science, email hacked from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia were held to suggest that most of the prominent scientists advocating human-caused global warming had been, as blogger Andrew Bolt summarized, guilty of “conspiracy, collusion, in exaggerating warming data, possibly illegal destruction of embarrassing information, organized resistance to disclosure, 

manipulation of data, private admission of flaws in their public claims and much more.”  However, this was a scandal that wasn’t. The conclusion that none of scientists were guilty of any wrongdoing was reached by a large number of investigations, including:

1. Penn State, where Michael Mann teaches, concluded that, “there is no substance to the allegation against Dr. Michael Mann.”

2. The UK’s House of Commons Science and Technology Committee concluded that criticisms of the Climate 

Research Unit (CRU) were misplaced and that CRU’s “Professor Jones’s actions were in line with common practice in the climate science community.”

3. The University of East Anglia, in consultation with the Royal Society, found “no evidence of any deliberate 

scientific malpractice in any of the work of the Climatic Research Unit.”

4. the US EPA found that the emails simply reflect “a candid discussion of scientists working through issues 

that arise in compiling and presenting large complex data sets.”

5. The US National Science Foundation concluded: “Finding no research misconduct…, this case is closed.”  The reports also indicated that none of the widely quoted statements had the meaning put on them by those who consider global warming a conspiracy. For example, “Mike’s Nature Trick” is nothing more than a statistical method used to bring two or more different kinds of data sets together in a legitimate fashion by a technique that has been reviewed by a broad array of peers in the the field.” Phil Jones’ phrase “hide the decline” referred not to declining temperatures but to “a decline in the reliability of tree rings to reflect temperatures after 1960,” which is known as the “divergence problem.” And Kevin Trenberth’s “travesty” that “we can’t account for the lack of warming” referred simply to a 2009 paper by him about the planet’s energy budget, in which he lamented the fact that our observation systems cannot track all the energy flow.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 9:18 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

Lots of establishment whitewhashes say lots of things, none of which refute the allegations. READ THE EMAILS and decide for yourself, I did, I also read the programmers notes, showing the model was a complete pile of garbage.

Penn state also said there was no paedo in their camp, and we know how THAT turned out!

for a different perspective, start here: https://wattsupwiththat.com/climategate/

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 9:17 PM
Reply to  MolecCodicies

“The general refusal of climate change proponents to debate with opponents of the idea is another red flag for me.”  Well my original point is that people, who we typically agree with on other issues, are bringing up the debate.
Unprecedented, David Ray Griffin (2015) pg. 174

The Falsity of Climate Science Denialist Claims: Climategate: There was a top-level conspiracy to lure the global public into believing fraudulent claims of global warming: In what has been represented as one of the biggest scandals in modern science, email hacked from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia were held to suggest that most of the prominent scientists advocating human-caused global warming had been, as blogger Andrew Bolt summarized, guilty of “conspiracy, collusion, in exaggerating warming data, possibly illegal destruction of embarrassing information, organized resistance to disclosure, manipulation of data, private admission of flaws in their public claims and much more.”

However, this was a scandal that wasn’t. The conclusion that none of scientists were guilty of any wrongdoing was reached by a large number of investigations, including:

1. Penn State, where Michael Mann teaches, concluded that, “there is no substance to the allegation against Dr. Michael Mann.”

2. The UK’s House of Commons Science and Technology Committee concluded that criticisms of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) were misplaced and that CRU’s “Professor Jones’s actions were in line with common practice in the climate science community.”

3. The University of East Anglia, in consultation with the Royal Society, found “no evidence of any deliberate scientific malpractice in any of the work of the Climatic Research Unit.”

4. the US EPA found that the emails simply reflect “a candid discussion of scientists working through issues that arise in compiling and presenting large complex data sets.”

5. The US National Science Foundation concluded: “Finding no research misconduct…, this case is closed.”

The reports also indicated that none of the widely quoted statements had the meaning put on them by those who consider global warming a conspiracy. For example, “Mike’s Nature Trick” is nothing more than a statistical method used to bring two or more different kinds of data sets together in a legitimate fashion by a technique that has been reviewed by a broad array of peers in the the field.” Phil Jones’ phrase “hide the decline” referred not to declining temperatures but to “a decline in the reliability of tree rings to reflect temperatures after 1960,” which is known as the “divergence problem.” And Kevin Trenberth’s “travesty” that “we can’t account for the lack of warming” referred simply to a 2009 paper by him about the planet’s energy budget, in which he lamented the fact that our observation systems cannot track all the energy flow.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 9:23 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

this bit of the debate is over 10 years old, it’s well past it’s sell by date.

read this for a slight incline as to what ‘Mike’s Nature Trick’ really did, then see if you still agree it was “nothing more than a statistical method used to bring two or more different kinds of data sets together in a legitimate fashion”

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 9:23 AM
Reply to  ImpObs
Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2021 3:49 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass

I think where Mr Corbett gets it wrong on climate change proceeds from his penchant for taking his information from “the horse’s mouth.” He therefore seems to equate actual, real measurable changes in nature’s climate with the hocus-pocus the “ruling elites” hand out.

Of course they have an agenda; of course they misrepresent what is happening. One can easily speculate that as we are funning out of petroleum, they wish to “scare” people into abandoning carbon based energy for other kinds.

Climate engineering is the crucial component of climate change – completely missing in every climate scientist’s assessment of the climate. The so-called “chemtrails” are very real and are wreaking havoc on the planet. Perhaps the most damaging thing they do is trap heat which would otherwise escape at night – more than offsetting any daytime heat blocked.

I would love to see a debate between James Corbett and Dane Wigington of geoengineeringwatch.org. I don’t think it would be a slam dunk for either. Both – whom I greatly respect – do have a tendency to jump to conclusions.

May Hem
May Hem
Jun 5, 2021 6:17 AM
Reply to  Howard

I’m sick of debates about climate change versus climate cooling. These go on and on.

Its another distraction, folks. The big issue is being ignored – pollution and the destruction of Nature.

andy
andy
Jun 5, 2021 12:16 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Indeed, what if we find out the whole climate thing is a hoax and we make a cleaner and more sustainable world for nothing. 🙂

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 5, 2021 12:48 PM
Reply to  andy

except none of the proposed solutions lead to a cleaner or more sustainable world, they lead to poverty, which in turn will lead to environmental harm.

The current move to “green” energy is built on unicorn farts, if we’re to reach the ridiculous vanity statements of “50% reduced carbon” replacing all cars with electric, and all home heating with electric by 2035 we’d need to build a nuclear power station every week between now and 2035 to reach it. But they’re not dowing that, they’re installing smart meters instead, so they can turn off the plebs to maintain power for the few.

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 8:40 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

that corrupt arseholes like Gates, etc. are taking advantage of a crisis, doesn’t negate the crisis.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jun 6, 2021 9:26 AM
Reply to  Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 9:19 PM
Reply to  andy

what if we find out it’s not a hoax, and by then there’s no arable land, #noplant2019

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 8:37 PM
Reply to  May Hem

so no debate. Why? Because you’re bored? How is that in any way a serous response?

Tim Glass
Tim Glass
Jun 5, 2021 9:17 PM
Reply to  May Hem

so no debate because you’re bored?

Annie
Annie
Jun 4, 2021 10:46 PM

You got to stop thinking god is a man god is energy

epousedesacrecoeur
epousedesacrecoeur
Jun 5, 2021 10:56 AM
Reply to  Annie

Jesus Christ is both God and man, not energy.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 5, 2021 5:24 PM

Jesus was Hebrew dissident from the Roman province of Palestine who adopted usury and and anti money lending stance as his issue. That and his unpopular with his tribe homosexuality made him unliked among both the Roman elites and Hebrew religious leaders.

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 4, 2021 10:46 PM

Excellent thanks OG for this. Quite illuminating in parts. I’ve been suspicious of JC from his sometimes scatty articles but spending some time listening and getting a sense of his humanity in this conversation has helped.
Particularly revealing was how Gates reinvented himself from the vicious capitalist, rivals destroying monster in the 80s/90s to the cuddly philanthropic sweater and slippers nice guy that’s been presented this century. Giving his fortune to “good” causes while coincidentally increasing that same fortune by shrewdly investing in the beneficiaries of his charity.

I agree that we’re pretty powerless except in our personal choices but we can unite and gain more followers by example.
One obvious mechanism is the marches in London however, as I don’t do social media or have time to scoot about alternative sites I wasn’t made aware of the last huge one. I didn’t see any references to it here although I may have missed stuff – it’s crucial that OG promote these real opportunities to take part in demonstrating against the sht-show.
More than anything I so long to be with like minded people as, probably like many others, I have to carry the knowledge of this sick revolution/reset that is being implemented more or less alone. I’ve realised that once you see through the BS there’s no turning back but it’d help to be part of a human network rather than just be a lonely website poster.

Mark L
Mark L
Jun 5, 2021 8:52 AM

We have very similar situations Shipintheknight. I too would welcome info on demos taking place around the UK as don’t do SM etc.

Paul_too
Paul_too
Jun 5, 2021 9:04 AM

This site have most of the UK demonstrations listed well in advance: https://www.standupx.info/

The next big one in London is Saturday June 26th at 1pm. See you there x

Annie
Annie
Jun 4, 2021 10:41 PM

I meant don’t be afraid of life your here to observe it

Annie
Annie
Jun 4, 2021 10:38 PM

Do you see nothing matters life will still go on we will die not for another thousand years I hope it does not matter what colour what creed we are humans we are important enough to think critical to look at the stars to see there is more to us than MSM makes you out to be you are the windows to the universe without you I wouldn’t be me

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 4, 2021 11:29 PM
Reply to  Annie

Fair comment however the “controllers” of this operation are delving into gene manipulation and risking us all. They may succeed in their aims, God only knows what they are, but even they don’t know how things will play out ultimately and if life’s taught me anything it’s that unpredictable stuff happens. Best laid plans etc.

Annie
Annie
Jun 4, 2021 10:29 PM

And then we die.

Eva Maria of the clans De
Eva Maria of the clans De
Jun 4, 2021 9:41 PM

The doctor talking about the normality in his hospital and nothing going on, was a doctor in Spain, near Madrid. Dr. Luis de Benito, hospital El Escurial, Madrid.

Annie
Annie
Jun 4, 2021 9:38 PM

Omg do anyone know how hard this is trying to make things better you can’t put people down for having the injection it doesn’t make us right no more than it makes them right.Something is coming it’s going to be awful next so many years but stay strong it will pass the devil lucifer knows he can’t win

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jun 4, 2021 9:36 PM

“We are the ZUCKERBORG. Resistance is futile. There has been a change of plans. YOU WILL ALL BE CULLED!
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https://www.globalresearch.ca/facebook-ceo-offered-dr-fauci-very-exciting-proposal-vaccine-resources/5746972

swami
swami
Jun 4, 2021 9:47 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

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Central Scrutiniser
Central Scrutiniser
Jun 4, 2021 11:59 PM
Reply to  swami

I give up. How do you post pictures. I’ve tried everything!

Paul_too
Paul_too
Jun 5, 2021 9:08 AM

The one above looks like it’s posted as a link to a photo storage site.

Upload your photo to one of many free photo upload sites then post the link to get the photo to display, I don’t think you can post photos directly to this site.

Tony_0pmoc
Tony_0pmoc
Jun 4, 2021 9:30 PM

It maybe just me, but I find it strange that hardly anyone who writes here posts anything about their Personal family and friends relationships..and when they do especially if they are a newbie, their comment is ignored, before it is deleted. Didn’t we all come from Families and take our Grandparents on Holiday? Tony

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jun 4, 2021 10:04 PM
Reply to  Tony_0pmoc

This is an alt news site not a social media hub. If you want to post about your family and read others doing the same join Facebook. Any long OT posts about real or imagined family will always be removed from this site.

Central Scrutiniser
Central Scrutiniser
Jun 5, 2021 12:00 AM

Ha ha excellent!

MaryLS
MaryLS
Jun 5, 2021 4:21 AM

People are always free to ignore personal posts. Facebook is too much of a “catch all”. I do not participate in facebook. If I find a community of people who seem like kindred spirits, I enjoy finding out more about them. Imagine yourself at s social gathering. Do you just want to “talk shop”, or do you want to know more about the prople you are interacting with? I know there are two different views on this. Neither is “right”. They are just different.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jun 5, 2021 7:00 AM
Reply to  MaryLS

Pixel relationships are BS. You cannot see peoples faces, mannerisms, vibes and you cannot smell them…..too easy to fake it and not trust worthy imho. When i do see friends physically and i don’t know that they had baked beans on toast for tea yesterday etc makes for a much better quality chin wag and catch up!!

Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Jun 5, 2021 6:05 AM

This undoubtedly remunerated spacetime-wasting man with an “imagined family” continues to haunt the site, while his foul-mouthed (and much-upvoted: A cursing, swearing rebel against TPTB we can all relate to?!?!?!), equally prolix colleague J. is (happily!) apparently perma-banned. Why the different treatment?

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jun 5, 2021 7:37 AM

No one is perma-banned on this site. Even if their comments are routinely trashed due to spamming we will always check the spam regularly and rescue any genuine contributions.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jun 5, 2021 10:47 AM

Tony O? Foul-mouthed? Shome mishtake, shurely? A regular Roger Irrelevant clone, here? Ah well, that’s more arguable. But foul-mouthed?

MaryLS
MaryLS
Jun 5, 2021 4:14 AM
Reply to  Tony_0pmoc

I enjoy reading personal posts. It gives me a sense of participating in a community. I don’t share a lot, however. I do not share a lot in real life either. Personal info may also be helpful in explaining a person’s perspective. That’s useful. I live in Canada, but I am from the US. I tend to be defensive when blanket slurs are made against the US.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jun 5, 2021 7:02 AM
Reply to  MaryLS

You do not even know if this commenter is a physical conscious being.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 5, 2021 2:01 PM
Reply to  MaryLS

I suggest you read Chomsky’s article on the deleterious effects of the “false intimacy” the Internet encourages in its efforts to gather personal data as a marketing tool. Or as McLuhan realized in the 1960s , “the medium is the message “!