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The Etymological Animal Must Slip Out of the Cage of Habit to Grasp Truth

Edward Curtin

Photo by Zach Reiner on Unsplash

Etymology – from Greek, etymos, true, real, actual (the study of roots)

Life is full of slips.

Words slip out of our mouths to surprise us.  Thoughts slip into our minds to shock us.  Dreams slip into our nights to sometimes slip into our waking thoughts to startle us.  And, as the wonderful singer/songwriter Paul Simon, sings, we are always “slip sliding away,” a reminder that can be a spur to courage and freedom or an inducement to fear and shut-upness.

Slips are double-edged.

It is obvious that since September 11, 2001, and more so since the corona virus lockdowns and the World Economic Forum’s push for a Fourth Industrial Revolution that will lead to the marriage of artificial intelligence, cyborgs, digital technology, and biology, that the USA and other countries have been slipping into a new form of fascist control. 

Or at least it should be obvious, especially since this push has been accompanied by massive censorship by technology companies of dissenting voices and government crackdowns on what they term “domestic terrorists.”  Dissent has become unpatriotic and worse – treasonous.

Unless people wake up and rebel in greater numbers, the gates of this electronic iron cage will quietly be shut.

In the name of teleological efficiency and reason, as Max Weber noted more than a century ago in The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalismcapitalist elites, operating from within the shadows of bureaucratic castles such as The World Economic Forum (WEF), the World Health Organization WHO), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), The World Bank (WBG), The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Google, Facebook, the National Security Agency (NSA), the CIA, etc., – run by people whose faces are always well hidden – have been using digital technology to exert increasing control over the thoughts and actions of people worldwide.

They have been doing this not only by diktats but by manufacturing social habits – customary usages – through which they exert their social power over populations.  This linguistic and ideational propaganda is continually slipped into the daily “news” by their mainstream media partners in crime. They become social habits that occupy people’s minds and lead to certain forms of behavior.  Ideas have consequences but also histories because humans are etymological animals – that is, their ideas, beliefs, and behaviors have histories.  It is not just words that have etymologies.

When Weber said “a polar night of icy darkness” was coming in the future, he was referring to what is happening today.  Fascism usually comes on slowly as history has shown.  It slips in when people are asleep.

John Berger, commenting on the ghostly life of our received ideas whose etymology is so often lost on us, aptly said:

Our totalitarianism begins with our teleology.

And the teleology in use today is digital technology controlled by wealthy elites and governments for social control. For years they have been creating certain dispositions in the general public, as Jacques Ellul has said, “by working spells upon them and exercising a kind of fascination” that makes the public receptive to the digital life. 

This is accomplished slowly in increments, as permanent dispositions are established by slipping in regular reminders of how wonderful the new technology is and how its magical possibilities will make life so free and easy. Efficient. Happiness machines.  A close study of the past twenty-five years would no doubt reveal the specifics of this campaign.

In The Technological Society, Ellul writes:

…the use of certain propaganda techniques is not meant to entail immediate and definite adhesion to a given formula, but rather to bring about a long-range vacuity of the individual.  The individual, his soul massaged, emptied of his natural tendencies, and thoroughly assimilated to the group, is ready for anything.  Propaganda’s chief requirement is not so much to be rational, well-grounded, and powerful as it is to produce individuals especially open to suggestion who can easily be set into motion.

Once this softening up has made people “available,” the stage is set to get them to act impulsively.  Ellul again:

It operates by simple pressure and is often contradictory (since contradictory mass movements are sometimes necessary). Of course, this dissociation can be effective only after the propaganda technique has been fused with the popular mores and has become indispensable to the population. This stage may be reached quickly, as, for example, in Germany in 1942, after only ten years of psychic manipulation.

The end result, he argues, is the establishment of an abstract universe, in which reality is completely recreated in people’s minds.  This fake reality is truer than reality as the news is faked and people are formed rather than informed.

In today’s computer-driven world, one thing that people have been told for decades is to be vigilant that their computers do not become infected with viruses. This meme was slipped regularly into popular consciousness. To avoid infection, everyone was advised to make sure to have virus protection by downloading protection or using that provided by their operating systems, despite all the back doors built in which most have been unaware of.

Now that other incredible “machine” – the human body – can get virus “protection” by getting what the vaccine maker Moderna says is its messenger RNA (mRNA) non-vaccine “vaccine” that functions “like an operating system on a computer.”  First people must be softened up and made available and then “set in motion” to accept the solution to the fearful problem built in from the start by the same people creating the problem.

A slippery slope indeed.

But slipping is also good, especially when repetition and conventional thought rules people’s lives as it does today in a digital screen life world where algorithms often prevent creative breakthroughs, and the checking of hourly weather reports from cells is a commonplace fix to ease the anxiety of being trapped in a seemingly uncontrollable nightmare.  It seems you now do need computer-generated weather reports to know which way the wind blows.

In our culture of the copy, new thoughts are difficult and so the problems that plague society persist and get rehashed ad infinitum.  I think most people realize at some level of feeling if not articulation that they are caught in a repetitive cycle of social stasis that is akin to addiction, one that has been imposed on them by elite forces they sense but don’t fully comprehend since they have bought into this circular trap that they love and hate simultaneously. The cell phone is its symbol and the world-wide lockdowns its reality.

Even right now as the authorities grant a tactical reprieve from their cruel lockdowns if you obey and get experimentally shot with a non-vaccine vaccine, there is an anxious sense that another shoe will drop when we least expect it.  And it will.  But don’t say this out loud.

So repetition and constant change, seemingly opposites, suffuse society these days. The sagacious John Steppling captures this brilliantly in a recent article:

So ubiquitous are the metaphors and myths of AI, post humanism, transhumanism, et al. that they infuse daily discourse and pass barely noticed. And there is a quality of incoherence in a lot of this post humanist discourse, a kind of default setting for obfuscation…The techno and cyber vocabulary now meets the language of World Banking. Bourgeois economics provides the structural underpinning for enormous amounts of political rhetoric, and increasingly of cultural expression…This new incoherence is both intentional, and unintentional. The so-called ‘Great Reset’ is operationally effective, and it is happening before our eyes, and yet it is also a testament to just how far basic logic has been eroded…Advanced social atomization and a radical absence of social change. Today, I might argue, at least in the US (and likely much of Europe) there is a profound sense of repetitiveness to daily life. No matter one’s occupation, and quite possibly no matter one’s class. Certainly the repetitiveness of the high-net-worth one percent is of a different quality than that of an Uber driver. And yet, the experience of life is an experience of repetition.

A kind of flaccid grimness accompanies this sensibility. Humor is absent, and the only kind of laughter allowed is the mocking kind that hides a nihilistic spirit of resignation – a sense of inevitability that mocks the spirit of rebellion.  Everything is solipsistic and even jokes are taken as revelations of one’s personal life.

The other day I was going grocery shopping. My wife had written on the list: “heavy cream or whipping cream.”  Not knowing if there were a difference, I asked her which she preferred.  “I prefer whipping,” she said.

I replied, “But I don’t have a whip nor do they sell them at the supermarket.”

We both laughed, although I found it funnier than she.  She slipped, and I found humor in that. Because it was an innocent slip of the tongue with no significance and she had done the slipping, there was also a slippage between our senses of humor.

But when I told this to a few people, they hesitated to laugh as if I might be revealing some sado-masochistic personal reality, and they didn’t know whether to laugh or not.

It’s harder to laugh at yourself because we get uptight and are afraid to say the “wrong” things.  Many people come to the end of their lives hearing the tolling for their tongues that never spoke freely because of the pale cast of thought that has infected them.  Not their own thoughts, but thoughts that have been placed into their minds by their controllers in the mass media.

Freud famously wrote about slips of the tongue and tried to pin them down. In this he was a bit similar to a lepidopterist who pins butterflies.  We are left with the eponymous Freudian slips that sometimes do and sometimes don’t signify some revelation that the speaker does not consciously intend to utter.

It seems to me that in order to understand anything about ourselves and our present historical condition – which no doubt seems very confusing to many people as propagandists and liars spew out disinformation daily – we need to develop a way to cut through the enervating miasma of fear that grips so many.  A fear created by elites to cower regular people into submission, as another doctor named Anthony Fauci has said: “Now is the time to just do what you are told.”

But obviously, words do matter, but what they matter is open to interpretation and sometimes debate.  To be told to shut up and do what you’re told, to censor differences of opinion, to impose authoritarian restrictions on free speech as is happening now, speech that can involve slips of the tongue, is a slippery slope in an allegedly democratic society.

Jim Garrison of JFK fame said that we live in a doll’s house of propaganda where the population is treated as children and fantasies have replaced reality. He was right.

So how can we break out of this deeply embedded impasse?

This is the hard part, for digital addiction has penetrated deep into our lives.

I believe we need to disrupt our routines, break free from our habits, in order to clearly see what is happening today.

We need to slip away for a while. Leave our cells. Let their doors clang shut behind. Abandon television. Close the computer. Step out without any mask, not just the paper kind but the ones used to hide from others.  Disburden our minds of its old rubbish. Become another as you go walking away. Find a park or some natural enclave where the hum and buzz quiets down and you can breathe. 

Recall that in Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four the only place Winston Smith can escape the prying eyes and spies of Big Brother, the only place he can grasp the truth, was not in analyzing Doublethink or Crimestop, but “in a natural clearing, a tiny grass knoll surrounded by tall saplings that shut it in completely” and bluebells bloomed and a thrush sang madly. 

Here he meets his lover and they affirm their humanity and feel free and alive for a brief respite.  Here in the green wood, the green chaos, new thoughts have a chance to grow.  It is an old story and old remedy, transitory of course, but as vital as breathing.  In his profound meditation on this phenomenon, The Tree, John Fowles, another Englishman, writes:

It is not necessarily too little knowledge that causes ignorance; possessing too much, or wanting to gain too much, can produce the same thing.

I am not proposing that such a retreat is a permanent answer to the propaganda that engulfs us. But without it we are lost. 

Without it, we cannot break free from received opinions and the constant mental noise the digital media have substituted for thought.  Without it, we cannot distinguish our own thoughts from those slyly suggested to us to make us “available.” Without it, we will always feel ourselves lost, “shipwrecked upon things,” in the words of the Spanish philosopher Ortega Y Gasset.

If we are to take a stand against the endless lies and a world-wide war waged against regular people by the world’s elites, we must first take “a stand within the self, ensimismamiento,” by slipping away into contemplation. Only then, once we have clarified what we really believe and don’t believe, can we take meaningful action.

There’s an old saying about falling or slipping between the cracks. It’s meant to be a bad thing and to refer to a place where no one is taking care of you. The saying doesn’t make sense. For if you end up between the cracks, you are on the same ground where habits hold you in learned helplessness. Better to slip into the cracks where, as Leonard Cohen sings, “the light gets in.”

It may feel like you are slipping away, but you may be exploring your roots.

Edward Curtin is an independent writer whose work has appeared widely over many years. His website is edwardcurtin.com and his new book is Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies.

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Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jun 12, 2021 7:30 PM

Its worth remembering that computer viruses — pieces of code injected into your computer from outside — were enabled by software allowing code to be run on that computer as part of ‘enhancing the user experience’, or more accurately, ‘enabling targeted marketing to individual users’. Targeted marketing underpins the entire web economy so rather than stop this security hole we’ve had innumerable workarounds in the form of anti-virus programs and a constant stream of updates as our computers become the subject of an arms race between malware writers and software providers.

Real viruses are similar in some respects, they’re entities that invade cells and hijack them to become virus factories (This has been known for decades; the actual time from infection to release of new viruses from the destroyed cell can be as little as half an hour.) Viruses constantly evolve, there’s no particular plan to them just that whatever works gets the best foothold and so the dominant strain (so they’re a bit like malware that’s constantly rewriting bits of itself). The purpose of a vaccine is to simulate a virus infection so that a body can react to the simulation by generating anti-bodies; its not a perfect mechanism because we still get infected but a virus finds it has a much more difficult time to gain a foothold. The mRNA vaccines don’t involve a virus middleman — they directly co-opt our cellular mechanisms to produce the protein that we want our bodies to recognize as ‘alien, needs combating’.

Mark
Mark
Jun 11, 2021 5:11 AM

In fact it would not matter now how much of my ‘freedoms’ my government offered to ‘give back’ to me – my wife actually showed me a screenshot on her phone yesterday, allegedly from the British Columbia government website, which offered for ecstatic celebration ‘being able to walk in any direction in the grocery-store aisle’ as part of the freedoms which would be cautiously restored in a few days – I would always remember the government once took them all away for a manufactured public-health crisis. It’s too good a weapon to never use again.

I therefore resolve to take no further part in ‘democratic government’ other than the taxes I must pay or go to jail. Anyone coming to the doorstep to campaign will be told to get off the property. I will not vote or support any public causes or initiatives with money or volunteering. I’ll mind my own business, and everyone best do the same where mine is concerned. And I need hardly mention that if the medical community wants money for research, it better hold a bake sale, because the quacks will get none from me.

The government didn’t break society with its mendacity – there are plenty of pathological do-gooders who think the answer to every problem is more love and more loyalty, more knuckling of the forehead in obeisance because they realize government knows best – and sometimes, gosh darn it, you have to do what you’re told no matter how much you don’t like it…for the good of all.

But it created a hard wall of cynicism that cut about 20% of the public off from further remonstrations by the government. That 20% will not willingly engage again for the remainder of its lifetime, and is now an ideological enemy of government and of its repulsive toadies. That demographic represents approximately its social weight in air travel, vacationing, eating out and consuming, all the things government wants the population to get back to as soon as it can be effected so it can start taking in tax revenue instead of paying it out for people to not work. Some 20% of the electorate will now take such steps as it can to insulate its practices and activities from government meddling, because it knows in its bones they are going to do it again. Absolute power over people’s lives is too great a rush to put aside.

Jakub Bezejmeny
Jakub Bezejmeny
Jun 8, 2021 9:26 AM

Good day,

Well, firstly thank you very much for your work, not just in this arcticle but whole web. It’s great to see someone who is looking out with brain and feelings bound with stand out position and attitude – not to embrace everything because it is easy and everybody does the same.

Secondly, if writing anyting then please be aware that it’s my momentum thoughs and feelings and therefore could be changed in future as we are all involving itselfs. And that’s why this all is going around us, to wake up those who are still sleeping. Unfortunatelly there are so many sleepers out there that situation must take ever bizarre scene to kick some asses to start thinking, feeling and wondering for their own.

I feel that you are heading correct way – yeah, I can see it as well and saw it much before as it came to me step by step as situation graduets, yeah, the break for me was around 11 in US. Firstly slyght sencing, later stronger feeling, todays time as deeper knowing. People could go further to transhumanism and being puppet or turn away of this direction, come back to their origin, their true history and ancesters, to nature and experiencing their physical actual live without being scared all the time.

You now, what is the best thing to do to make others do what I want? Yeah, make them scared, uncertain, and use this method slyghly and slowly turning volume up, not to rush as victime should be be aware that something goes behind and if awaken then it must be in last time when no exit is possible….

Everybody got his head, eyes, feelings, hands and choises etc. so let’s see how this game will go further. But I see also many peoples awakened and the number is still growing, if the game here, named live, would be too easy then no one will play it.

Best regards
Jakub Bezejmeny(my alias)

Peter
Peter
Jun 8, 2021 2:47 AM

Illusion
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John
John
Jun 8, 2021 7:19 AM
Reply to  Peter

The yellow snow where the Huskies go!!! Ha ha love Frank Zappa

KarenEliot
KarenEliot
Jun 7, 2021 7:24 PM

Interesting to note how few of the comments have any bearing on the article. Understandable though as it is utter drivel.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 10:20 PM
Reply to  KarenEliot

I did like ” flaccid grimness” it describes the vibe around here.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 8, 2021 11:08 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Why don’t you give us some palpitatingly erect grimness then?

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 8, 2021 10:13 PM
Reply to  George Mc

What? And show my head above the parapet? I meant here in Transition Town in the Deep South East Sussex. Nanny’s rather strict but we like it that way. She disapproves of emissions, especially the nocturnal ones. She’s opened a climate centre in one of the empty shops where we go to tell her how good we’ve been not emitting any emissions and she gives us good boy points. If we haven’t got enough at the end of the month we’re sent to the New World Organ Donor Farm. It doesn’t look very nice there and I suppose we have to listen to boring church music.

Lou
Lou
Jun 7, 2021 11:47 PM
Reply to  KarenEliot

Nothing fresh and new to say…why bother?

Edward Curtin
Edward Curtin
Jun 8, 2021 12:00 AM
Reply to  Lou

My point exactly. It’s one thing to say this writer (me) is repeating the obvious,etc., but another to comment about my point about how propaganda works by repetitious planting thought habits in people’s minds and how few trace the etymology of their thoughts back to their sources. Their thoughts, beliefs,and actions, including making comments at sites like O-G. Irony abounds.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 8, 2021 9:14 AM
Reply to  Edward Curtin

Good point. When you start to say, “God, it’s so boring!”, you have normalised it.

Denys Picard
Denys Picard
Jun 7, 2021 5:07 PM

“…where algorithms often prevent creative breakthroughs.” Striking and powerful construction. I recently viewed the documentary “Magnus,
from child prodigy to chess genius“, on chess prodigy Danish Magnus Carlsen. In it, he
makes a press conference comment after his 2013 world championship win which
holds his core strategy in terms of player and of which we must operate on. He plainly says: “I make many bad moves and tactical mistakes in every game.”. This could pass up
as simple humility…but that is if he did not point out “…in every
game…”. Commentators often refer to Magnus’s core strategy as a player
as: “Taking the computer out of the game…”. Yes, taking the
computer out of the opponent. This is because many players content themselves training mostly with computer, learning by heart every potential solution the computer
finds to any evolution of the any games. But in this style of play a
competitor loses his capacity to play creatively. Magnus is a creative genius
in terms of play, and his biggest enemy is keeping the evolution of a game in a
predictive fashion which a computer optimize fashion. Because evolution of games are
always optimal vectors when training with a computer (the player will learn positions of the most probable outcome, that his opponent will always make the best move, not an incoherent one; further, even the best players may not memorize as many patterns as a computer, a human top chess player can memorize up to 100,000 to 150,000 patterns of outcomes, therefore they limit themselves to learning the most plausible ones). Something a computer training approach would not let you anticipate will carry the learner from a computer predictive mode into a space where he suddenly must play creatively. This is the way Carlsen won against Arand in 2013.
It’s risky, very risky, Carlsen himself knows it all to well, create such a defective move that it destabilizes your opponent yet not erratic enough so you can come back…but it’s the way to win against Artificial Intelligence, and the mass thinking as proposed by the disseminators of propaganda which is built on synthetic algorithms created over a knowledge base of modern communication theory, social science, psychology, etc…they can be defeated with the right strategy.

kevx
kevx
Jun 9, 2021 11:33 PM
Reply to  Denys Picard

Denys picard implied: A.I. can be defeated by erratic movements but enough fore-thought to come back from the erratic move – your observation, good sir, makes you a genius in my mind!

Denys Picard
Denys Picard
Jun 10, 2021 2:13 PM
Reply to  kevx

Thank you for the compliment if it is one…I am so defensive, I often interpret these comments as sarcastic. But just think of the recent observation that Facebook AI software can predict your next action on their platform with a 98% accuracy rate. Knowing this, you can either surrender in admiration with the platform as if it was your partner and friend. Or you may feel annoyed by it. If you feel you privacy if impeded upon, then try some form of reverse psychology to fuck their Artificial brains out, like I do with feminists
I don’t know if you saw the movie Good Will Hunting…the scene when Will reminisce his father putting weapons on the table and telling him to chose the instrument for his own punishment..a belt, a plumbers wrench and something else. He explained that he usually chose the wrench just to fuck his fathers brain out.
I am not the genius here, Magnus Carlsen is. But when good genius speaks…I listen.

Denys Picard
Denys Picard
Jun 11, 2021 8:11 AM
Reply to  Denys Picard

Correction…I apologize, Magnus Carlsen’s Nationality is Norwegian. I hope I won’t create a Diplomatic incident…On the other hand, because his mind is so talented, some will call him a Citizen of the World!

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 5:00 PM

If you want to know what the US deep stat are thinking and planning next; Just listen to Alex Jones and invert everything, he is telling the most informed lies out there.

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 5:11 PM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

Ah, that old chestnut.

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 5:18 PM
Reply to  Shin

It is a problem for the CIA, who use the truth to sell lies. Too much truth has got out.

Peter
Peter
Jun 7, 2021 11:46 PM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

You have posted under a thousand different names. Do you keep a list ?
I am in partial agreement about Alex Jones. He attacked No Planers because the truth that there were no planes meant the media were direct involved accomplices. He also has links to Israel.

Howard
Howard
Jun 8, 2021 4:13 PM
Reply to  Peter

My definition of Alex Jones has not changed over the years: He’s where unpopular ideas are sent to be fitted with tin foil hats.

October
October
Jun 7, 2021 4:26 PM

So many masks have come off in the past year. Richard Murphy and Steve Keen, to name a couple.

Do these people not see where this is going? Or does their green omelette justify all the broken eggs?

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 5:07 PM
Reply to  October

But one massive mask is still firmly on, and not being discussed, and that is how the right, the far-right and neo-liberal corporate right, have taken control of the opposition to the very COVID scam, that they themselves implemented; via their agents Johnson and Trump, and benefited their Corporate mates the most.

The is the elephant in the room and everyone is falling for it. Tucker Carson is not a man of the people or a freedom fighter, he is a corporate shill & stooge and always will be. Except the CIA have have armed this asshole with much of the truth about Covid to gain credibility for the Corporate right and return them to power. 

Janie Doebuck
Janie Doebuck
Jun 9, 2021 1:59 AM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

what corporations/organizations do you define as the ‘far-right’?…please be specific..we can certainly identify corporations virtue-signalling as left…

I would suggest the elephant is pretending that corporations are either left or
right wing…they happily bribe both parties..their main concern is turning a profit…in the ongoing war machine that is the United States which would be the ‘right wing’ and which ‘left wing’?… suggest you read General Smedley Butler’s “War is a Racket”….right or left corporations? it’s just another aspect of the propaganda that would have us believe there is any meaningful difference between Republican and Democrats..

Carlson armed by the CIA? well, maybe, but the basis for this assertion is what? if you have evidence, iot would be good if you shared it

CIA ties to the ‘lefty’ Silicon Valley boychiks are of long and deep duration…so part of the CIA backs the ‘lefties’ and some other part of the CIA wants the right ing corporations ‘returned’ to power? huh?

precisely how has the right ‘taken control of the opposition?concrete examples, please….are you actually saying that any opposition to the Covid narrative, especially grassroots opposition, or anyone who discovers the truth regarding this scam is, in fact, somehow being run by ‘the far-right and neo-liberal corporate right’? because the dimwitted polis couldn’t possibly come to the truth without some help/prodding/scripted scenario from some bunch or other of elites?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 4:08 PM

Do you remember all those articles about how the spy novel was dead because the Cold War was history…

There was nothing to write about any more, said the BBC, Guardian, NYT, Telegraph.

Then in Dec 2020, John le Carré decided his time was up. Like Mullis and Graeber. The cold finger of pneumonia touching them all.

Was it coinkydink or were they unconsciously making way for a new generation?

Either way, their work is unfinished.

It is true that the hidden charlatans who decide what gets published or buried are more powerful than ever. But also more dull, even stupid. One could, as late as the 1990s, say, “he’s a functionary but at least cultured.”

That is no longer possible. Those with their hands on the social levers are sub-autists. The autistic may see connections free of the emotional noise that clutters our perception but the institutional drone denuded of intellectual life is a suppository filling a hole.

Welcome to M. Say hi to aunty. Throw an emoji at Jack. Fry small talk with Mark. Waste your efforts on Wojiki (phon.) Try chat on a CIA. Prepare to be bored shitless

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 4:53 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

We can see this in the cack-handed censorship and the ludicrous reversals on what is allowed to be said.

The historically literate recognise this phenomenon from The Totalitarian Times, in whose pages the photos were retouched to remove the unpersoned. Articles were hastily adjusted to acknowledge what had been denied the day before.

Anyone who has read the English-language dystopians from Marlowe to Swift to Koestler could not overlook or acquiesce in today’s base lies. Or those who enjoyed any number of humanists or modernists.

Explorers of Platonov or Zamyatin or the brothers Strugatsky or above all Dostoevsky and Bulgakov could not lower themselves to this.

I can only conclude that decision on information kontrol through the Rapid Response Units rests in the grubby wrists of people who have read none of the above. Not a single page.

I suspect their domain is images.

Muck on with your snowjobs and your resilience, you wankers.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 5:28 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I think I stumbled on wordplay.

The phrase “baseless claims” is everywhere nowadays as the state corporatist media is forced into the role of official denier. Those who lived through the Cold War will recall Soviet radio often used that phrase: “the Americans’ baseless claims.”

Claims are as may be – valid or worthwhile, or not, by many measures… quality of information, motive, foundation.

Only lies can be base. Especially when the state or the press is the liar.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 6:17 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Why? A lie by a company or individual is potentially a civil, even criminal, offense. They pay dearly for any lie.

If an individual’s lies were baseless, the government or injured party would sue.

Governments are immune! Largely exempt from law, its lies can be judged only by moral standards. Thus “base lie” or “baseless claim” is the exclusive offence of a government.

Karry
Karry
Jun 7, 2021 7:43 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

There’s something everyone seems to be missing…and yet, it’s hiding in plain sight.

They’ve been accustoming us to this since they introduced, ‘The New Age’, with Mme Blavatsky and the Lucifer (now Lucis) Trust (now rebranded with a newly, ‘respectable’, David Icke) and all the other ‘New Age’ gurus.

They made sure that it was in our consciousness in the 1960s with the musical, ‘Hair’, and it was reinforced more lately with the TV series, ‘Aquarius’, starring David Duchovny – set in that same period. I’m not even going to mention, ‘The X Files’.

‘This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius’.

Except that it isn’t.

It has already happened – in December last year.
No-one was sure exactly when it would happen. The forecast was 2050…which is, perhaps why Reiner Fullmich and others are saying that it had to be brought forward.

I would like to say that I, personally, do not believe that the sky rules our lives and I am not religious…but the Masonic PTB do appear to believe exactly that.

Out with the old and in with the new…in search of the perfect Universe.

They’ve managed to, not only, get people to sacrifice themselves – but to give up their children as well.

Tu'i
Tu'i
Jun 7, 2021 9:34 PM
Reply to  Karry

the first part of the conjunction actually happened march 19 2020 (remind us what happen then?)
they take it very seriously, so did the ancients.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 10:28 PM
Reply to  Tu'i

the priest hood draped their mumbo jumbo all over it and used it to justify their parasitism, just like now.

Tu'i
Tu'i
Jun 7, 2021 9:35 PM
Reply to  Karry

OffGuardian has a completely open comment policy. People can post without signing in or confirming their identity ?????
do i need a verification link to post??

Peter
Peter
Jun 7, 2021 11:49 PM
Reply to  Karry

Aquarius reinforced the myth of Manson’s guilt and the corollary of Polanski’s innocence.

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 4:55 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus
The NSA have the Danish security services under their control, and use them to spy on other European heads of states.  It seems the US control Denmark, but do not have a total grip on the Germans or the EU yet. That is reason to be optimistic. 
mara m
mara m
Jun 7, 2021 3:10 PM

Stefan Lanka repeats the 1954 controlled experiment of John Enders to show that the whole field of virology is based on fraud. There are no viruses that cause any disease – ‘viruses’ are either harmless exosomes or nothing more than the by-product of starved or poisened living tissue. Enders knew this but chose to ignore his finding. Vaccination poisens – it serves no health purpose whatsoever.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/XNqe3tByuEGo/

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 7, 2021 3:05 PM

Jeff Bezos in space!

““You see the Earth from space, it changes you, It changes your relationship with this planet, with humanity. It’s one Earth.”

Always, always the same globalist message. Even being supposedly richest man on Earth doesn’t mean you don’t have to sing the same hymn. The date for blast-off is of course one with significant numerology (20/7 = inverted 6 + 6 + 6).

Sadly he’s coming back.

Claret
Claret
Jun 7, 2021 5:22 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Coming back from where? Space? Nobody has ever been in ‘space’.Space exploration is another huge puppetshow/psyOp. Creeps such as Elon Musk are actors. imho.

LoL
LoL
Jun 8, 2021 2:29 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Edwige, I just saw that news – JeffBezos in space – and thought what an opportunity! Imagine if a few more of them parasites, i.e. Gate, Fauci, Musk, Dan Andrews…you know who they are, join him then we have the perfect opportunity to keep them in space, forever!

Hello, any hackers out there? Can you do your magic and keep that space ship – with all of them – forever in space? Where the hell are you all at such a time???

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jun 7, 2021 3:00 PM

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“Don’t hold your breath.”
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S Cooper
S Cooper
Jun 7, 2021 3:03 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

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S Cooper
S Cooper
Jun 7, 2021 3:38 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

The elite? A more accurate term for them is Corporate Fascist Eugenicist Oligarch Mobster Psychotic Psychopath Criminals. Though pedophilia is bad, forgot to mention their other perverse and depraved predilections.”

Annie
Annie
Jun 7, 2021 2:24 PM

These so called experts are brought and paid for,These billionaires have a god complex.These freaks don’t know that we can and will topple them off their high horses.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 1:48 PM

It seems like another lifetime ago – a far more innocent and carefree time; when I bought my first VCR about 1983. When people seemed much more happier and trusting and spoke to their neighbours and life seemed simpler. Before the juggernaut of Neoliberalism really started to take hold. And now here I am typing this on my digital smartphone.
I knew the current lockdown in Melbourne was going to happen again, however I was a bit out in my dates… I predicted it would be the first week in April, but its now reality again, and the fear mongering is such that it’s blatantly obvious why.
They want as many jabbed as possible. They even give an essential reason for you to leave your house is to get vaccinated.
They need a clear majority so as to have the excuse to bring in the dystopian vaccine passports. Control.
I went out again today maskless, went to the supermarket and got some more food and also a couple of other shops. Again, no one said a word about me being maskless or not scanning the QR code.
And do you know what I saw… a small child in a pram, about 3 years old. Wearing a facemask. What the hell is the immense psychological damage those parents are doing to their children?
https://winteroak.org.uk/2021/04/04/ways-to-counter-the-total-enslavement-of-the-world-guest-post-by-roger-copple/
https://images.app.goo.gl/pZ61dXjRXRAzntcY7

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 2:10 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I still have all my vinyl records. Close to 700 hundred. All classics. Some are worth a mint. It’s tough finding them these days though.
The good old days Gezzah!!

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 2:34 PM
Reply to  Shin

700! That’s a lot. Yep, music is one of the things that has helped me keep sane the last 14 months… And also taking extra days off to avoid the mask wearers. I tried to link this but it wouldn’t post… Look up Ulaan Passerine ‘Byzantium Crow’ on YouTube. Lullaby music!

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 2:44 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I’ve been hoarding Vinyl since the early seventies. An ongoing drug of choice i guess. I have both Robert Johnson recordings. Me and my late brother, blues mad, found em in a flea market in 74. Cost $27.
I will look up Ulann Passerine, thanks for the link.
Cheers Gezzah and take care out there.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 2:49 PM
Reply to  Shin

Okay cheers Shin. Ulaan Passerine is all instrumental music… brooding, evocative, mysterious, soothing, all at once! zzzz zzz zzz….

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 2:54 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

My music is all on hard drive, in daily music doses of about 270 various songs ranging from pop, country, blues and anti war stuff, most of it from the sixties with some newer stuff like Martha Wainwright and Melissa Ethridge, Toni Childs, Ray Lamontage, Todd Snider mixed with Dylan and Baez. It’s attached to the media player and Tv so I can listen to music endlessly while I am awake and watch tv at the same time. 1 tb of music, imagine than on CD’s or viny

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 3:08 PM

Sounds like a good mix Marilyn.

Claret
Claret
Jun 7, 2021 3:41 PM
Reply to  Shin

Joyous! And I just love the Staple Singers! Thanks!

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 3:47 PM
Reply to  Claret

Mavis! what a voice. I’m glad you liked it

Claret
Claret
Jun 7, 2021 3:53 PM
Reply to  Shin

I was fortunate enough to see her live in Amsterdam ten years ago or so. She could still kick it but had to take a break here and there and let her excellent band take over for a few minutes. Great gig- loads of people throwing roses onstage. Lots of teary-eyed people in the audience.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 8:43 PM
Reply to  Claret

I have been into music since my grand father got me to listen to Marty Robbins, Peggy Lee, Lena Horne, Billie and Bessie, Sarah Vaughn, Burl Ives and then into Johnny Cash, Willie, Waylon, and then Cilla and Dusty, the Bee Gees, Beatles, Animals, Gerry Marsden, Peter Noone, the 60’s was the greatest smorgasbord of music and yet my favourite song of all time is still Sammy Davis Jnr, singing Mr Bojangles.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 8:40 PM
Reply to  Shin

That is an all time favourite, the Band are high on my collection.

Loverat 8
Loverat 8
Jun 7, 2021 2:44 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Gezzah

Music and comedy are two things with me. Its mainstream but search for the ‘roasts’ from the 1970s. Peter Falk, Don Rickles, Ruth Buzzie, Charlie Callis and Foster Brooks. Maybe my humour is off, but the best I’ve seen if you like un-PC stuff. Check out Charlie Callis roasting Frank Sinatra. Sorry can’t carry over the link for some reason.

Loverat 8
Loverat 8
Jun 7, 2021 2:50 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Here it is I think. If this is not clean hilarious humour I don’t know what is.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=THSlgkU4HBY

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 4:08 PM
Reply to  Loverat 8

“clean hilarious humour” – almost a contradiction in terms. As a kid I remember watching a Sam Levinson on the Ed Sullivan Show – as clean and wholesome and family oriented a comedian as you could ever find.

Even then I nearly retched.

kevx
kevx
Jun 9, 2021 11:48 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

it is obvious song and laughter are not part of the new normal, so sing a song, watch some carlin – sing it loud and laugh it proud. their funny bone is where they expect it least!

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 7, 2021 3:35 PM
Reply to  Shin

“700 hundred” is 70 thousand!

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 3:50 PM
Reply to  George Mc

70 grand doesn’t even touch the sides George.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 7, 2021 4:12 PM
Reply to  Shin

No I meant that you own, by your own admission, 70 thousand records!

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 4:18 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Ah, now i see. I’ve never thought of it that way. As Stephen Toast groans, Yeas!

Peter
Peter
Jun 7, 2021 11:53 PM
Reply to  Shin

The music industry in a powerful control tool. Like Hollyweird and big sport. Music is meaningless. The beauty of birdsong is what moves me now.

kevx
kevx
Jun 9, 2021 11:55 PM
Reply to  Peter

and i can see it in almost every movie i watch – even the older ones but at least men and women act courageous and with fortitude. I’m just now hearing it in the music – and that propaganda is EVERYWHERE! wanna see what is in store – watch Addams family values for a single example.

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 7, 2021 2:50 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Oh Geezah, I feel for you bro. Saw a very young child, can’t have been much over 1 year old crying in it’s pram with a revolting mask on as it was being pushed along outside yesterday.
I don’t blame the fully masked parents, they’re just gullible to the propaganda but it’s these tiny horrific scenes that play on my head.
Added to that is the fact that one of my adult children is mad keen on taking the jab, only 20 years old. He knows my views but feels a strong urge to comply.
Keep the faith.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 2:55 PM

Any parent who does that to a kid should be sent to DOC”s for abuse

DavidF
DavidF
Jun 7, 2021 4:50 PM

Ask your son why he wants it. My guess list is :
It’ll allow him to go clubbing
It’ll allow him into music festivals
It’ll allow him to travel/go on holiday.
I suspect protection from “Convid” is down the list.
It’s coercion pure and simple.
In fact it might be murder…….

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 8, 2021 11:04 AM

I really hope your son sees sense and doesn’t go ahead with the jab S. Lots of info here and from people like Sucharit Bhakdi and Mike Yeadon as well.
It’s dawned on me that one of my neighbours might have become a victim of these sinister vials.
I didn’t speak to him often as he was fully on board with the scamdemic narrative, and kept insisting it was “really dangerous going out due to the pandemic”. He is in his late 60s. And he also made no mention or even hint that he intended to move out.
His car had been missing from the car park for nearly 2 weeks and then a few days ago, noticed a woman, I think was his daughter go into his cabin and was loading boxes of stuff into her car.
I wish now I had of asked her where Paul was. Yesterday, commercial cleaners showed up and cleaned out his cabin.
There is so much evidence of what is happening to many people after they’ve received there “vaccine”.
Your son does know its not a vaccine at all but an experimental gene therapy?
I stayed at home today and will do so again tomorrow as I have ample food and other supplies and not in the mood to see more masked children.
Good luck with everything S👍

October
October
Jun 7, 2021 3:02 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I recently saw a small child (no more than two) in a push chair, holding (and looking at) a mobile in his hand.

A mask for the mind.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 8, 2021 7:03 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

If the virus existed, it is now benign. They need the jabs to sustain the panic and profiteering. If you any any of the official symptoms, remember that you probably got it from a jabee.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 8, 2021 8:11 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Yes, they need to keep up the fear porn which means more and more people going off for the jab… However I’m convinced that it’s not only about profiteering. That’s not the endgame here. I strongly believe its to bring in vaccine passports which will be about total control and also these will then help usher in the Great Reset.
In my opinion.
I will add that there is also something very sinister about these jabs, and part of me thinks what a lot of others have been saying: that this is also about depopulation.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 8, 2021 8:16 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Yes, I listed all that and more, including economic restriction, as part of the plan in earlier comments.

jimbo
jimbo
Jun 8, 2021 7:24 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Sparkies over to the house for some maintenance all masked up here down under … the corporate penal colony stralya. Told ’em me home is a mask-free oasis or sumthun. We had a great time gettin the lights installed . . . maskless. Amazing!!!

Get Up Stand Up Stand Up for Your Rights Don’t Give Up the Fight!!!

Peter Tosh

STRENGTH AND HONOUR!!!!

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 8, 2021 8:20 AM
Reply to  jimbo

Glad you got your lights installed. Why were the sparkies wearing facemasks? Are you in Melbourne as well? Little hints in the local presstitute press that lockdown restrictions “may be eased” here in the next few days, which will then mean back to flogging the mag, which will mean almost certain confrontation with the covid cult staff members who are gung ho about “covid safe measures”. Oh well.
I refuse to compromise on my bottom lines or principles. This is war!

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 1:37 PM

For Corbett, countries, Empires, national rivalries, and US hegemony does not exist. I wonder why?

For him 10,000 years of political history, is abruptly ended for no rhyme nor reason, it just stopped. All is changed. According to him countries no longer fight for their own interests, they are suddenly bowing down to some invisible force, that has no army, no head, no structure, no clear voice, no rational direction.

Like so many other fakes hiding American Empire, like a card shark, he has substituted an invisible demon for the US Empire, occupying the driving seat of our civilisation. Normally power celebrates visibility and demonstrations of might, military bluff is all part of the show, and has always been for thousands of years of human existence.
Yet Corbett’s invisible force, the ‘globalist conspiracy’, is all powerful, able to make massive demands, coordinate massive change, with no agents, no commanders, no regime, no hierarchy, no guns, and it is the first time in history that such an illusive power has ever existed…………….. Odd No?

You do realise how ‘radical’ & stupid what he is suggesting is….. right? It is like a religious faith, alien to all history, logic and geopolitics, it is essentially a fairy tale and completely alien to human history, it is a nonsense. A nonsense designed to hide American empire and its agents, which sit proudly in plain view for all to see, and are present in almost every capital around the globe.

Well done you did not fall for the COVID scam, but you are falling for this equally illogical crap.

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 7, 2021 2:54 PM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

He’s falling for his own interpretation of the facts. Save your resentment for the real enemy. Corbett is in the same boat as most of us here, just in a different seat.

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 4:43 PM

He is a fraud, like the whole collection of CIA sponsored opposition, propagating the same Bull shit. If it points away from the US hegemony, he’s happy with it.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Jun 8, 2021 6:26 PM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

Although you are wrong if you think there isn’t a globalist conspiracy.

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:03 PM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

A couple points, if I may:

1) You’re in the wrong article for a comment on James Corbett.

2) There have always been global empires, which dictated to local fiefdoms – it’s just that the concept of “global” has finally expanded enough to include the whole world.

3) Bill Clinton did manage to get one thing right: “It’s the economy stupid!” Whoever controls the money controls everyone who depends on money for the functioning of their local economy.

4) The American Empire is, and has always been, in a state of flux – which may explain why its people have never succeeded in developing a true culture (unless one wishes to call schlock a “culture”). There is no greater evidence for this than the relegating of one of America’s greatest authors (if not the greatest) – Mark Twain – to an ignominious subservience to the “woke” schtick. “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” – perhaps the greatest American work of fiction – has become verboten almost throughout the nation.

5) No Empire worth a damn scraps what little bit of culture it still has. To do so is to declare to those within its Empire: “Please don’t take us too seriously.”

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 8, 2021 7:48 AM
Reply to  Paul Rexton

A great deal of our affairs – politics, economics, war, etc. – still depends on (a) belief (religious, political, etc.) (b) insecurity.

Salut
Salut
Jun 7, 2021 1:29 PM

Trump’s victory proves that propaganda won’t always work.

Paul Rexton
Paul Rexton
Jun 7, 2021 4:49 PM
Reply to  Salut

It proves the very opposite. 24 hours a day coverage, on a continuous loop will get you elected whatever is said.

Dors
Dors
Jun 7, 2021 12:57 PM

A few responses to the article, as in a real conversation over a coffee:
Curtin quotes Jacques Ellul:

Unless people wake up and rebel in greater numbers, the gates of this electronic iron cage will quietly be shut.

How much are you acquainted with developmental psychology, especially with its summary by Ken Wilber? To quote him, “Even if every society on earth were established fully at the highest level of coinciousness, nonetheless every infant born in that society still has to start at level 1, at sensorimotor instincts and perceptions, and then must grow and evolve…. The major problem remains: not, how can we get everybody to a certain high level, but how can we arrange the health of the overall spiral, as billions of humans continue to pass through it, from one end to the other, year in and year out?”
The point is what was said in the most famous quote of Margaret Mead. And that we react to it the way students toward an authoritative claim that they do not understand. So, we are respectful, we’re impressed, and we’re reserved, almost hypnotised, to the point of failing to absorb its meaning, and discuss it as a truth claim. It’s not just that “a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” sounds fine. It’s also that it’s “the only thing that ever has.”
MM doesn’t say it’s always a small group of people before it grows and becomes bigger.
Maybe she was wrong, maybe was economising with words. But, AFAICS, no one ever argues those things either.

The individual, his soul massaged, emptied of his natural tendencies, and thoroughly assimilated to the group, is ready for anything. 

The earliest time I’ve noticed this was as a kid in school in the pre-internet age.

Propaganda’s chief requirement is not so much to be rational, well-grounded, and powerful as it is to produce individuals especially open to suggestion who can easily be set into motion.

The opposite claim would sound absurd. Propaganda’s chief requirement surely cannot be to be rational, well-grounded…

Ellul again: ….Of course, this dissociation can be effective only after the propaganda technique has been fused with the popular mores and has become indispensable to the population. This stage may be reached quickly, as, for example, in Germany in 1942, after only ten years of psychic manipulation.

This insinuates a couple of ideas about Nazi Germany that are just passe. The Nazis didn’t start from something like manipulation level zero. Also, it’s not as if what they did was extraordinary in its quality. They were borrowing from both the West and from the USSR. BTW, unlike the propaganda of today, the Nazi propaganda didn’t aim to deliberately compromise the health of the domestic population, reduce its size, or cut its ties with traditional, classical cultures.

Dors
Dors
Jun 7, 2021 1:20 PM
Reply to  Dors

P.S. Awakening : The most likely time when most people were awakened to the evils of fascism, was around 1945., just when the wounds and the memories were the freshest, and when the number of affected victims was greatest. And here is how WW2 veterans describe that time :

Malcolm Muggeridge in Esquire, February 1968:
 
“In all the immense literature about the 1939-1945 war, one may observe a legend in process of being shaped. Gradually, authentic memories of the war — of its boredom, its futility, the sense it gave of being part of a process of decomposition — fade in favor of the legendary version, embodied in Churchill’s rhetoric and all the other narratives by field marshals, air marshals and admirals, creating the same impression of a titanic and forever memorable struggle in defense of civilization. In fact, of course, the war’s ostensible aims — the defense of a defunct Empire, a spent Revolution, and bogus Freedoms — were meaningless in the context of the times. ”

Is the quoted statement perhaps a result of the privileged position of Britain ? To answer that question, let’s instead look at one of the most *un*privileged places in World War 2: one of the most devastated by the war, as well as one with strongest popular resistance to the Axis powers, Yugoslavia. The Yugoslav war veteran Milovan Djilas writes (in Rise and Fall, p. 71-72) :

“I most disliked our new regime’s banality and vulgarity. It was like power anywhere else; if anything, more arbitrary and more unscrupulous. … It bothered me when we Communists turned our backs on the peasants and subjected them to economic and police pressures. …. Overnight, it was forgotten that all of our leaders were from villages, no further removed than the second generation, if not the first. It was forgotten that without the peasant – who lived in poverty and backwardness, suffering and sacrifice – we could not have overthrown the old order and seized power.”

Ernest Gordon concludes his war memoirs “In the Valley of the Kwai” thusly :
 
“We were convinced that we had learned lessons important to mankind and we were eager to implement them. We thought we had come home to a world of peace; instead we found a world already preparing for the next war. Having had as much reason to hate as anybody, we had overcome hatred. Yet we returned to a world divided by hatreds. Communist hated capitalist; capitalist hated communist; Arab hated Jew; Jew hated Arab; labour hated management; management hated labour; politician hated politician.
A moral cynicism was sapping the strength of society. Half-lies were not condoned but regarded as smart. There were many who had remained untouched by the welter of holocaust. What had happened on the battlefields, in mass bombing, in concentration camps – the blood,pain, suffering, heart-break and death – remained totally beyond their comprehension. They did not share in the hopes and agonies of mankind; they had no sense of involvement, they had no part in the universal fellowship of those who bear the mark
of pain. Ever so brightly and ever so meanly they prostrated themselves before the Almighty Dollar and the Trembling Pound. We encountered some who were actually sorry to see the war end because they had such a good time and had done so well financially. 
Nations had survived this war, but few people asked, “For what?” ”

If the world war could not make the people awakened to the evils of fascism a prevailing majority, what reasons do we have to expect that it would happen nowadays?

Annette
Annette
Jun 7, 2021 5:43 PM
Reply to  Dors

Dors, I am reading your comments with much interest. At the moment I am too tired, having finished an article, on every scientific/mathematical aspect of the current affair.

But Im now slowly moving on to constructive questions, to human questions. I am not a utopian, I dont think anything marvellous is going to ensue, some great brotherhood of humankind (Ive seen the simmering violence in each side, the pro and anti narrative). As you mention, there are too many divisions. Each person feels so justified their worldview is the truth that they accuse others of lying or of being deluded, or not sufficiently capable.

Now, the battle is far from over, but the half-lies took over from the start, namely that which underlies the whole affair, the existence of a virus, as none has been so far identified. It has taken over both sides.

But unfortunately some have come to consider the assertion of the truth in this case as a form of crusade, totally blind to their own dogmas, some of which in my opinion are far more ugly than a belief in a non-dangerous virus, and far more dangerous.

Certainly it can all seem futile at times. But it seems futile if you only look at that part of humanity that can be nowadays described as having internet presence. But its a tiny fraction of humanity. Most of humanity is out there. For that humanity, it is not futile to ensure that each time the worst does not happen.
And indeed if you take too small a period, you may see that the hopes were not realised, but if you take the whole journey of humankind since prehistory, one sees that by and large our history is the record of the expansion of mankind’s consciousness from the individual to the family, to the tribe, to the village, and so on. And if this could happen and is continuing to happen it is because of the so many unknowns and knowns, who have dedicated their life to bring mankind to realise itself, to bring individuals to realise themselves, who have had sometimes in dark times to sacrifice their lives for it, but have not hesitated doing so.
No the fight is not futile, and we have come a long way from our caves. We have a long way to go still, we have no idea what our destination is, but it is a grand journey.

So their conviction “that we had learned lessons important to mankind” and their eagerness “to implement them” have certainly been fruitful. They have raised hope, they have proved a role model for some, helping them on their own journey, helping them to keep alive the eternal values of humanity. At each particular time, only a few will do so, can do so, wish to do so. But the few always are there, thanks to the few that were previously. And so ad aeternam. And when you take the whole over a long period, you see that somehow thanks to these few, indeed humanity has come a long way in its consciousness of itself.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 11:32 PM
Reply to  Annette

It is indeed a grand journey. I was about to abandon this thread, thinking I had stumbled into the sixth form debating society but, at last a voice of sanity. Bless you and Does.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 7, 2021 6:45 PM
Reply to  Dors

Jacques Ellul, Voltairean Deist perhaps , Christian Anarchist i think not ?

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 7, 2021 12:44 PM

Sometimes you can see a whole strategy in a casual remark. I found this page:

https://balkaninsight.com/2017/04/26/serbian-capitol-to-host-conspiracy-theorist-david-icke-04-25-2017/

The subtitle seemed bizarre:

David Icke, the former BBC broadcaster best known for his belief that reptiles from outer space control the world, is visiting Serbia, a country much given to conspiracy theories.

An entire country given to “conspiracy theories”? The mind boggles!

And then I read this:

Conspiracy theories are music to the ears of Serbian tabloids who have long thrived on claims that foreign powers are working in mysterious combinations against the Serbian government and people.

Ah now I see! To suspect that “foreign powers” i.e. various governments can work in “mysterious combination” is to be a “conspiracy nut”.

To which all I can do is quote Yes Minister’s Sir Humphrey on open government:

My dear boy, it is a contradiction in terms: you can be open or you can have government.

Loverat 8
Loverat 8
Jun 7, 2021 1:15 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Hilarious. I was married to a Serb for 30 years and have two billingual children. She struck me when I met her as angry, bitter and yes, perhaps a conspiracy theorist. I agreed with much of what she said but couldn’t process some of the stuff. Anyway she plonked herself for 30 years in front of the BBC. She turned into a mainstream influenced airhead and me, I went off in the opposite direction. That’s why we divorced.

True story.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 2:08 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Speaking of the presstitutes… there was a small protest of business owners in Melbourne at the weekend who were vastly outnumbered by the gestapo goons.
They were expecting a lot more who were obviously scared off by the cops.
I saw an image of a young man, maybe late 20s openly weeping. The cops made a number of arrests of these business owners, which the filth media didn’t show apparently.
They were heavy handed with a young lady who was yelling out she was nearly bankrupt and had bills to pay. She was hauled off also.
What was Edward saying about Fascism?
Local “reporter” immediately starts off her “report” by tarring these people with the term “anti vaxxers” just to set the ‘right mood’ for her viewers. Beyond contempt.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 8, 2021 8:06 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Serbia is unique: (a) justification for NATO, as a target for practice (b) the only country outside Africa deemed worthy of prosecution in the “International” Criminal Court.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 10:37 AM

Dr Fraudci and Kill Gates — Scams of The Century, by Dollar Vigilante

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 11:27 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I’m surprised a bullet hasn’t been lodged into Gates head yet. Maybe the payment isn’t large enough.

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:35 PM
Reply to  Shin

Incomprehensible, actually. Spending trillions of taxpayer money for crimes against humanity – but incapable to off those who are behind these crimes. Given the right circumstances, there are so many that would do it for free.

It is all part of the Orwellian mindfu** “ignorance is strength”, “love is hate”, “good is evil”, “billionaires are philantropists”, “war is peace” – a never ending manipulation of all too malleable minds.

In Buddhism, there is an explicit notion about it being one’s duty to off someone, that will create the worst Karma for himself – perpetrating mass murder, crimes against humanity for the reasons of greed and lust for power. The act of ending such a person’s “life” is free of any Karmic reaction.

It is the person who has been successfully prevented from perpetrating these crimes that will benefit for not having created a negative Karma for eternity.

Although in the two mentioned examples, any such help would come too late. Their Karma is already sealed. And not believing in Karma won’t make an iota of a difference. They will find that out – over and over and infinitely over again.

As if removing the sign “Don’t be evil” will protect one from Karma. There is only one protection from adverse Karma and that is exactly not to do anything “evil”, hurtful, or harmful.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 2:14 PM
Reply to  Nottheonly1

I honestly believe the truth will come out sooner or later Not, and I also believe that karma is coming for these criminal creatures that perpetrated this on us. It may take a while, and a massive amount of suffering, misery and death has already occurred, but eventually truth is revealed.
I saw a video today of an English doctor quitting because he refuses to go along with the “covid lies” anymore.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 11:40 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I saw that, a bit of sincerity in a vacuum. England seems frozen in a negative cocoon. Good man.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 7, 2021 1:40 PM
Reply to  Shin

Just give him the jab.

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:14 PM
Reply to  Shin

No harm will come to Mr Gates – as long as he remains a useful tool to the “Powers That Be” (aka PTB).

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 3:22 PM
Reply to  Howard

Yeah, fair point. I still have hope his parachute won’t open.

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Jun 7, 2021 6:48 PM
Reply to  Shin

Since its a Musk rocket ship there is a 50/50 chance it will explode on take-off ?

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 10:11 AM

when i was born they were waiting for me, guns pointed at me head, backed by the organised force called the state… Those violence threateners said “Forget the natural right of every newborn to food, clothing, shelter, even to love. WE OWN THIS PLANET… you wanna live, you work, work, work (and by the way, GOD backs us)… Their Planet – They can do whatever they want to it… (They must have been frightened to point guns at my head, very insecure…)
“”

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:39 PM
Reply to  les online

Sounds like we are members of the same club.

“If life was good – it was hardship, misery and pain.
Therefore, have some more hardship, misery and pain
and be thankful for it!
Or don’t you want to have a good life?”

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:16 PM
Reply to  Nottheonly1

Over here, we call it The American Dream. Not enough “hardship, misery and pain” to kill us outright; but just enough to keep us from bucking the system.

Denys Picard
Denys Picard
Jun 7, 2021 9:49 AM

“…where algorithms often prevent creative breakthroughs.” Striking and powerful construction. I recently viewed the documentary “Magnus, from child prodigy to chess genius”, on Danish chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen. In it, he makes a press conference comment after his 2013 world championship win which encapsulates his core winning strategy and of which we must operate in our resistence against the authoritarian state. Carlsen plainly says: “I make many bad moves and tactical mistakes in every game.”. This could pass up as simple humility…but that is if he did not point out “…in every game…”. Commentators often refer to Magnus’s core strategy, as a chess player is: “Taking the computer out of the game…”. Yes, taking the computer out of the opponent. Many players content themselves training mostly with computer, and learning by heart every potential solution the computer finds to any evolution of the any games. (referred sometimes as having an engine, which means either playing like a computer or in some cases cheating with a computer). Naturally, even the best players are limited in the number of outcomes they can lear by heart (between 100,000 and 150,000 for the best of them). But most importantly, in this fashion of play, a competitor loses his capacity to play creatively because he becomes lazy creatively.
Magnus is a creative genius in terms of play, and his biggest enemy is keeping the evolution of a game in a predictive fashion which a computer would do. Because evolution of games are always optimal with a computer when a player trains by learning potential outcomes (that is those who train in this fashion will often limit themselves to learn the solution to optimal counter plays of their adversary), making incoherent moves, something a computer trained individual would not anticipate will carry the learner from a computer anticipated landscape into a space where he suddenly must play creatively. This is the way he won against Arand in 2013. It’s risky, very risky, but it’s the way to win against Artificial Intelligence, and also against the mass group thinking, as proposed by the disseminators of propaganda, which is built on synthetic algorithms created over a knowledge base of modern communication theory, social science, psychology, etc…they can be defeated with the right strategy.
Like the cultural language war can be resisted by refusing to accept the perpetual redefinition of vocabulary.

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:46 PM
Reply to  Denys Picard

Excellent assessment. And a reason why “fuzzy logic” wins out every time over static computing.

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:22 PM
Reply to  Denys Picard

Great comment. But let me add one caveat if I may: unlike a game of chess between two players, a contest between a human and AI can result in the death of the human at the “hands” of AI.

Always good to know your opponent’s strengths as well as weaknesses.

shaydeegrove
shaydeegrove
Jun 7, 2021 9:01 AM

The disturbing idea that decent people can be transformed into oppressors (fact-checkers, hall monitors, nanny state functionaries, vaxholes and mask fanatics, religious ranks and files) as a result of some “natural” conformity to the roles and rules handed down by authorities is referred to as the “banality of evil” thesis (ala Hannah Arendt). Moreover, the inclination to conform is thought to prevent such oppressors from being able to engage intellectually with the fact that what they are doing is contemptible, inhuman, morally reprehensible, futile, stupid, irrational and above all abusive and harmful. To paraphase Elull’s allegorical characterization (cited in article), “having the soul massaged, so that the mind is emptied of natural [!] tendencies and the self is thoroughly assimilated to the group.”

For example, the argument that Nazi bureaucrats were not intellectually engaged when following orders to commit their atrocities may have been the defense they relied upon when seeking to minimize their culpability at the Nuremburg Trials; but evidence suggests that functionaries, like Eichmann, had a solid understanding of what they were doing and took pride in the enthusiasm and dilligence that they brought to their work. In Eichman’s case, it is clear that he was fully aware of his actions and believed them to be noble and right (Ellul’s “rational, well-grounded and powerful[=self-actualizing]”. Indeed, his one regret, expressed prior to his trial, was that he had not been able to do an even better job in killing more Jews.

The “banality of evil” thesis thus ignores the evidence that those who do heed authority in doing evil (doing harm to others, which means not only killing and maiming, but also expropriation, deception and coercion) do so knowingly, not blindly; actively, not passively; creatively, not automatically. They do so out of belief, not according to nature; out of choice, not out of necessity. In short, they should be seen—and judged—as engaged followers not as blind conformists. Rather than being distressed by their actions, perpetrators tend to construe acts of atrocity as “service” in the cause of “goodness and righteousness.” (As in “humanitarian intervention-” and R2P-motivated military agression, opportunistic, predative Me-Too, BLM and Antifa movements, Israeli settler state genocide, not to mention advocating coercive, ineffective and harmful COVID measures.) 

To understand tyranny, therefore, it is necessary to question and then transcend the prevailing orthodoxy claiming that it derives from something for which humans have a natural inclination, to which they succumb thoughtlessly and helplessly, and, most importantly, for which, therefore, they cannot be held accountable. Instead, we need to understand two interrelated processes of tyranny at play: one by which authorities advocate the oppression of others; and one that leads followers to identify with and enthusiastically support such tyrants and their draconian agendas.

At root, the point is that tyranny does not flourish because its perpetrators are helpless and ignorant of their actions. It flourishes because they actively identify with tyrants, who promote vicious, useless, irrational acts that cause harm, and also regard those same acts as virtuous.

As to the “evidence,” see Reicher,S. & Haslam, S.A “Contesting the ‘Nature’ Of Conformity” 
https://mega.nz/file/jxBVwaqJ#g-6Wz2byPww53DpKSNVZV99cMd47TMAh28OwPLD_Zhg

For a critique of the “banality of evil” thesis, see Reicher,S Haslam, S.A & Rath. R, “Making a Virtue of Evil”
https://mega.nz/file/ioBhAQiC#mZsidA65qV1cr061FN9FuwGWbbGPy7HFrjtHKnoUoMQ

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:51 PM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

Painfully accurate description of Uruguayan people – with way too few exceptions.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 7, 2021 1:46 PM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

Also consider hatred, evil and inferiority, and propaganda/dogma to convey these.

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:27 PM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

Great point, with just one minor flaw: conformists are NOT decent people. The truly decent will not accept tyranny for the sake of personal gain. The streets are filled with those who refuse to give “The Man” his due. Unmarked graves too.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 11:45 PM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

Wierd when you consider that Eichmann was most probably a Jew.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 8, 2021 1:07 AM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

Shaydeegrove, my little love, shaydeegrove I say, I enjoyed your comment. XD Thanks. A2

Irresponsible and proud
Irresponsible and proud
Jun 8, 2021 7:56 AM
Reply to  shaydeegrove

What does antifa and blm have to do with all the things you mentioned? How is the fight against fascism and institutional white supremacy tools of building a tyranny?

kevx
kevx
Jun 11, 2021 7:40 PM

are you confusing tyranny with kings and queens and guillotines? are you confusing manifest destiny with white supremacy? are you confusing antifa and blm with individual contribution and morals?

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 8:53 AM

oh, i get it…it’s a sort of post-WW2 Marshall Plan…Marshall Plan Mk2 – destroy all those businesses and jobs so you can Build Back Better (to suit you)… sort of the Creative Destruction those that own the planet call their plundering

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 7, 2021 11:57 PM
Reply to  les online

Creative accounting. With the advance of physics, I’ve been considering a new career as a Quantum Accountant. If things can be in two places at once, your money could be in my pocket as well as yours, mostly mine.

les online
les online
Jun 8, 2021 12:31 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

yeh ! i’ve wondered about that quantum idea of existing in two places at the same time – i’m here, but also trillions of miles away… it might explain Astral Travelling ?

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 8:47 AM

Doctors that vaccinate children with an experimental and non-liability cocktail should be hung from that establishments symbol.

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Jun 7, 2021 11:56 AM
Reply to  Shin

this is not a vaccine but all vaccines are experimental aka not properly tested, worse, negative outcomes NOT reported/denied. hence ALL doctors!

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:53 PM
Reply to  Shin

Replace “should” with “must” and it’s a deal.

Big B
Big B
Jun 7, 2021 8:38 AM

Etymology of truth ….Pace Ludwig Wittgenstein:

“Tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, ….”

Are you experiencing the meaning of the word “tree” now? Probably not.

On our walks in the woods, bring up the word “tree” and hold it, displayed on a phone screen, next to some actual ‘trees.’

<Tree: a woody perennial plant, typically having a single stem or trunk growing to a considerable height and bearing lateral branches at some distance from the ground. From Old English trēow, trēo :>

Does this definitive meaning bear any relation to its object: some actual ‘trees’? Does this meaning allow you to experience the meaning of the trees?

Note that the singular grapheme <tree> refers to the multiplicity of some actual trees, in a wood, or in a copse, definitively singularly. All trees, from the tree ferns of Pangeae, to the coming date palms of the Arctic, are referred to equally by the proper denominative name <tree> ….but is there any definitive or intrinsic link between the form of the name and the form of its denomination? Because to define <truth>: there has to be.

unum nomen, unum nominatum” takes us right back to the Platonic dialogues. The theory of forms entails that every word-meaning has the sort of link to its objects that can be clearly demonstrated it does not have. What’s more: to define of find the roots of <true, real, actual>; the name has to have an essential linguistic link, not to the actual trees, but to the formal “treeness of the trees.” The essence behind the appearance. That which allows us to recognise the singular appearances of trees.

“Tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, ….”

Are you experiencing the meaning of the essential “treeness of the tree” now? That which is the ideal of the apearances of every tree that has, is, or could ever exist? As a condition of its existence and of its recognition as an “image-remembrance?” Probably not.

The true etymology of a word is not what it means, but how it means. If you think that Platonic forms are historical redundancies (they are): but then there is the Platonic/Augustinian “Picture Theory” which is as relevant today as it ever was. It is the grounds, not just of analytical philosophy, but of everything that can be thought of or said or written.

Meaning is said to correspond; from the essential “treeness of the tree” to its definitive determinate meaning; words are said to have “proper denominative naming” or “unum nomen, unum nominatum”; and the order (grammar) and connection (logic) of the thought is said to correspond to the order (grammar) and connection (logic) of the things.

The ‘things’: not the trees, the essential “treeness of the trees”; the formal, etymological definitive denomination of <tree> or its “thinghood”. When all these things align properly: the word or proposition can be said to mean. Only, can it?

Also from Plato, via Augustine: the correspondence has to be literal, never analogical, between the name and its designation, and or its application. And also directly from Plato: the name-maker is also the rule-maker.

Have you ever wondered why establishment linguists like Steven Pinker bang on about “rule-following?” Probably not. It is to ensure that the Picture Theory remains the propaganda form of thought forever. Those who define the grammatical form and the logical form make the rule-following order and connection of the thought and the things permanent. The things are not the things: but the facts we can predicate of the things. Using only the prescribed grammatical and logical order.

The world is the sum of the facts, not things. The limits, order, and connection of the facts are the limits of the language-game, and the limitation of the world to a predefined order. The limitation of the thoughts are in the limitation of the world: which never touches the things or the actual world. Or takes any affective-relational intensity of experience of things and compresses them all into a predefined and predestined order: toward a perfected final state ….or totalitarian teleology.

If you can see that the names do not denominate things: there is a crack of light to escape the language-gamification or self-styled prison of thought. Truth is outside the highly delimited and highly ordered “grammatical dictatorship” of propositional forms. If you do not believe me: ask the highly individual and completely pluralistic multiplicity of the trees if they all feel exactly the same forever.

Howard
Howard
Jun 7, 2021 3:37 PM
Reply to  Big B

Soon we will have only the word “tree” with no referent in reality. Between the spraying of toxins into the atmosphere, the warming of the planet and the Green New Deal (cutting down trees – even ancient groves – for “Clean Green Energy”), the tree may become a museum oddity and nothing more.

Forgive the presumption, but I strongly recommend a genuinely wonderful documentary called “The Curse of the Methuselah Tree.”

Big B
Big B
Jun 7, 2021 5:26 PM
Reply to  Howard

Tell me about it. The Drax complex will deforest most of the southern part of N America in the next few years alone.

“Took all the trees, put ’em in a tree museum/ charged all the people two million dollars a day just to see ’em.” Whilst pumpin’ out more CO2 than burning coal!

Peter
Peter
Jun 7, 2021 11:37 PM
Reply to  Howard

In the Northern Territory they are clearing woodland to set up large solar arrays. Apparently the energy is to be exported to Singapore by submarine cable. Insanity.

Big B
Big B
Jun 8, 2021 8:26 AM
Reply to  Peter

Forget maths, but the voltage drop on that cable must mean that far more energy will go in than comes out, given the inefficiency of solar. And all that copper. That’s one massive energy and resource sink. And given that the next level of copper extraction comes from mines so deep, they will have to be robotically mined. That’s mad. PS. The UK wants to get solar from the Sahara, at least as a provisional insane idea.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 8, 2021 12:00 AM
Reply to  Big B

I’ve just swallowed a dictionary and your comment is awaiting digestion.

Big B
Big B
Jun 8, 2021 8:51 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

The point being that all of that terminology, scholastic latin, etymology, philology, and philosophy is already presupposed in your reply. You already digested it in a lifelong course of training. We all did.

Critically pointing this out may be futile. But supposing a future requires we rethink thinking. How about etymology “words are a bunch of arbitrary marks and epigraphs that allow a community of interpreters to imagine the same thing (near enough); which has no reference at all to anything outside the act of imagining?”

Words mean nothing in a dictionary. Words contribute to the “form of life”: where the current community of interpreters is currently being used as lab rats in the most pernicious language gamification in history. So far, the majority are all in agreement what the etymology of words are: covidiocy.

I’m not hopeful, but a new future requires a new understanding of etymology. Starting with the fact that words are arbitrary sign-vehicles, but with motivated imaginability and intentionality. Imaginability that the mind virus is real. Intention and motivation to be innoculated from the mind virus. That is how words mean. Not historically, etymologically ….in the synchronicity of the stream of living as the stream of living. Where “living” currently has only an arbitrary and tangential reference to life.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 8, 2021 6:16 PM
Reply to  Big B

From what I’ve read- the English language was designed in Shakespearian times exactly for pernicious gamification. The empire builders codified a language suitable for deception on a grand scale. “Ain’t ‘alf been some clever bastards” as Ian Dury neatly put it. Some people use words to manipulate life like scientists use numbers to manipulate matter. I think that is black magic and all the dressed up mumbo jumbo is the magician’s distraction show. You’re correct, language has turned life into a facsimile of itself, the description is more real than reality.

kevx
kevx
Jun 11, 2021 7:52 PM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

it IS funny that the US english seems to me to be rythmic and prmotes rhyming. and accents disappear when singing in us english

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 8:14 AM

and then there’s those many cop shows on tv… impressing on you “crime never pays”(illegal crime, that is), and “the good guys always win”(unless you’re a bad good guy).. .When you hear of heavily armed gangs (aka cops) bashing down doors, destroying private things, treating people like dirt, you’re not surprised – cop shows prepared you to accept it as normal… as they did in getting you to readily accept most cops being unarmed one day, heavily armed the next – and no ‘crime wave’ to justify it…
and there’s those medical shows propagating hi-tech-intervention and chemical drug- based medicines as the only way to go…natural remedies cant compete against such totalitarian propaganda… Whatever is on TV, it subtly, sublimely influences not only what you think about, but also how you think…(a good place to start: Medical Nemesis by Ivan Illich)…

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 8:56 AM
Reply to  les online

that should read ‘unless you’re a good bad guy…’

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jun 7, 2021 9:08 AM
Reply to  les online

You can edit your comment for 15mins after posting.

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 9:42 AM

ok… nice to know…thanks…

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 9:05 AM
Reply to  les online

You must remember Cop Shop and Number 96? and lets not forget Bargearse.

les online
les online
Jun 7, 2021 9:52 AM
Reply to  Shin

i dont watch much tv, and when i do, the sound is off.. the insincerity and not very good acting stands out… you wanna watch The Noose on mute – so obvious when any politician on it is lying.. (Watching Australians current Our Beloved Leader – he has a lot of trouble keeping a smirk from his face, though appears he’s been practising in front of mirror learning to suppress his uncontrollable smirk… i think australia has some sort of ‘D Notice’ stopping the corporate propaganda media from mentioning it… )
..

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 10:03 AM
Reply to  les online

Those shows mentioned were back in the mid 70’s. Close to half a century ago. Was that about the time you threw ya TV out the window?

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 12:57 PM
Reply to  Shin

Fred Gwynne was very funny.

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 1:39 PM
Reply to  Nottheonly1

Yep! very good character actor. If the story is true, Stephen King demanded that Fred play Jud in Pet Sematary. One of his last films i think before his passing.

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 2:11 PM
Reply to  Shin

For most, he will forever be Herman Munster – but his performance in “My Cousin Vinny” was absolutely stellar.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 12:17 PM
Reply to  les online

I am of the opinion that the Liberal party/IPA have a special ”how to smirk” school on Philip Island

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 8, 2021 6:24 PM
Reply to  les online

Jacques elull reckons that our whole perception of law and healthcare comes from TV copshows and hospital dramas- it’s all propaganda.

Matt
Matt
Jun 7, 2021 7:43 AM

“Slip away” into the awareness of the moment, Being aware of yourself and your thoughts is the practical embodiment of leaving the martrix. Nature the most powerful tool and a key to unlock the mind from perpetual Spinning unconsciousness. Breaking free from these social constructs of control is as much a spiritual awakening as it is a reclaiming of our freedom and personal liberty. thanks Edward

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 7, 2021 7:34 AM

Look at this: In the entire State of California beginning June 15, when mask mandate ends, they now have to be worn anyway in the workplace– unless every single employee is vaxxed. Talk about pressure on the unvaxxed!

California (Democratic trifecta): On June 3, the California Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board passed rules requiring masks to be worn in workplaces where not all employees are fully vaccinated beyond June 15, the planned date for California to end its statewide mask mandate.

Some democracy, huh? Stupid, unelected tyrants just pass an order.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 8:21 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Alameda County has removed 25% of the so called deaths this week

John
John
Jun 7, 2021 7:22 AM

Excellent article. I’m desperately trying to muster up some optimism but so far it’s not working. Without some sort of event or outside intervention I can’t see the sheeple ever waking up until it’s too late, assuming they do ever wake up. Sorry.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 7:37 AM
Reply to  Glenda

Good article… Comments, too

See the post from NoFear11, a doctor, who reckons the security services are behind some of the complaints against independent doctors. Why not? It’s the job of the unintelligent organs to enforce compliance.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 7, 2021 7:08 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

what’s all MCs thumbs down, have we got a troll brigade at play or have OFFGs elite decided they don’t like MC in the playground ?
MC I had a rant at your post denying “trees” the other day – my use of “you” was not personal, just describing too many ecosadists and the anti-planet eejits who say nay just because they can.

Hele
Hele
Jun 7, 2021 6:20 AM

I just want to be left alone.I have worked hard all my life, volunteered , given to charities and at 59,I’m staring to think about retiring and I don’t want to have to think about or live under this unearthly bullshit.The filthy rich are the most unhappy bunch in the world.Seriously.

Claret
Claret
Jun 7, 2021 3:25 PM
Reply to  Hele

Good luck Hele! I’m in a similar situation. 42 years of working in 4 different countries. I lost my long-term job due to bankruptcy just before the covid shitshow began and have been unable to find anything suitable since. I miss my old workmates, the banter, the structure. My whole attitude to work has changed. A year or so ago I would’ve felt slightly ashamed of claiming social security, now I think : Fuck them. I don’t want to work in an environment of masks, tests, vaccines to go do manual labour for a job agency, on pretty much minimum pay, zero-hour contract.I actually did that for a few months.
I’ve known so many people who have kicked the bucket (none of them covid deaths) before they reached sixty. I’m still in fairly good shape and feel too young to ‘retire’. Fortunately for me I can re-mortgage to finance it if necessary. It’s very easy to get angry and depressed, but I try my best not to go there as it would feel like ‘they’ have won. I can still smile in the face of adversity. This forum has helped me do that. Anyhoos – it’s beer’o’clock. Cheers everyone! X

Hele
Hele
Jun 8, 2021 4:24 AM
Reply to  Claret

Claret,
There are still many possibilities at retirement age-if we so choose.”Banter and structure” transcend working life.That’s why lockdowns are so damaging. Projects,giving back, part time work, courses-even if I find I’m shite at them-willing to give it a go.
All the best, Slàinte mhath!

Peter
Peter
Jun 7, 2021 6:13 AM
magumba
magumba
Jun 7, 2021 7:04 AM
Reply to  Peter

Horrible little humunculus,i’m amazed a true patriotic heavily armed American citizen hasn’t removed him from his petri dish of power

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 7:40 AM
Reply to  magumba

If the unintelligent services’ narrative of white supremacist lone gunmen were true that would have happened long ago. In practice people are complacent.

The unintelligent services have to invent enemies to justify their budgets.

Tike
Tike
Jun 7, 2021 5:43 AM

I went to a big box hardware (U.S.) store today — lots of people, mostly without masks. I live in an area where there are a lot of Indian immigrants, and I saw a lot of them in the store today ALL with masks on, even though the governor has given us permission (bless him) to go maskless (for now).

Then I remembered the whole India story and connected the dots. That particular ethnic group has been terrorized more than the rest of us (at the moment), hence their increased paranoia. Just an observation. It’s the first time I’ve left my cave in a few weeks. I think I’ll go back to hibernating.

Sofia
Sofia
Jun 7, 2021 7:12 AM
Reply to  Tike

The power of propaganda is incredible this has been one of the biggest take homes for me I mean I was aware of propaganda before obviously but they have taken it to another level during the covid bullshit. A couple of Indian friends went from totally sceptical to full on vaccine pushers within a matter of weeks one of them telling me that 5 of his family members had died of covid and the Indian strain was to be taken seriously – it was breathtaking. We really need to find ways to counter this using the same subtle methods that are being used by governments to try and break the psychosis they have induced. Spreading facts doesn’t cut it it just falls on deaf ears.

this is a good podcast on the behavioural tactics governments have employed

https://youtu.be/Ky1QaeICTWs

Dors
Dors
Jun 7, 2021 12:25 PM
Reply to  Sofia

What you said of your Indian friends is stunning.

We really need to find ways to counter this using the same subtle methods

What is right to do is something that can hardly be covered in a format of few paragraphs. But this response is sounds like just one of those cases where the game is basically determined by one side, and the other side is trying to catch up, in desperation and probably in vain.

“”They” use propaganda? We need to learn how to use propaganda!” …

<palmface>

The famous Goebbels and Goering quotes about manipulating the masses were made as descriptions what the Nazi ideological opponents were doing, so if you study what your opponents are doing to try to emulate it, you follow exactly in their footsteps. And if you think you’re distinguished by the nobility of your cause, that’s exactly what everyone thinks of themselves, and that’s what John Berger apparently meant by teleology when he said ‘Our totalitarianism begins with our teleology.’ Teleology is “a reason or explanation for something as a function of its end, purpose, or goal, as opposed to as a function of, say, its cause.”

In other words, rootless opportunism.

In other words, what one should not do is study Dale Karnegie and Robert Cialdini to learn how to turn people to their side. Such writings are good just for providing examples what one should we watchful against.
Their cleverness is not a virtue. Clever peddling is exactly the thing that’s driving the world to death.

Sofia
Sofia
Jun 7, 2021 1:43 PM
Reply to  Dors

I agree, I probably didn’t describe my thoughts on this very well. Firstly we need to really understand how they are manipulating people with subliminal messages and propaganda, that’s where books like a state of fear and the video I posted above are useful and then we need to find ways of interacting with people to awaken their quest for the truth. I must say I’m finding this difficult I need to move beyond posting counter facts on Facebook. How do we motivate people to seek the truth themselves or engage with them in such a way that they will question things themselves.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 5:36 AM

Don’t roll your eyes at me, Dr Sherri Tenpenny warns bureaucrats.

Deaths in the VAERS database already massively exceed those for any previous “vaccine” in any previous year…

Soon millions of people will realize they have nothing to lose. They will be on borrowed time, mourning loved ones…

All the police in the world won’t be enough to protect the complacent doctors, sociopathic officials and psychopathic corporate henchmen.

They can disarm the people but they’ll never be safe. What are they going to do… call the office for support when they are surrounded on the street?

I don’t advocate violence — rather a spot of democratic burglary. Get the gene jabs and have some jabbing parties. If we can’t get the jabs, antifreeze will do. I hear it’s one of the ingredients. /sarcasm

How many Western politicians have suffered reactions from the jab they supposedly took? I don’t hear about any. Are they stronger than the rest of us? We should be sure they got the shot. For equity’s sake. /irony

Politicians Lives Matter. Let them take the knee. As they seem to like vaccine lotteries so much, perhaps a like Russian roulette.

Don’t take it seriously. /daydreaming

John
John
Jun 7, 2021 6:51 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Well yes, another point with the vaccine especially when it’s handed out and arranged for “select” groups. Are they really getting the vaccine? Think about it. And I’m guessing Doctors can easily “self vaccinate” so are they really shooting death into their veins?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 7:06 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

In writing this I am reminded that politicians don’t represent us so much as take the flack for the rich.

That’s all right. If they provide cover for the king, their job is to absorb the knife blows and arrows, and convey the message to the boss. Let them do their job.

In an equitable world the rich world taste their own poison, instead of making Black and indigenous people go first — which may be why George Soros finances the social justice movement: to provide cover for his paymasters.

Help the rich spread social justice – give them a taste of their own medicine:

A dose of Moderna, the liquid Lottery of Life.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jun 7, 2021 11:10 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I watched Terry Gilliam’s Time Bandits again and noticed that the kitchen appliances that were prizes in the TV game show were a brand called ‘Moderna’.

magumba
magumba
Jun 7, 2021 7:11 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

They should all be helped to their after lives very slowly using their preffered method of dispatch Midazolam and Morphine but very very slowly

#WeNeedToTalkAboutMidazolam

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 4:34 AM

The odious Jane Halton, attendee at Event 201, is hoping for the goal of all Australians being vaccinated by Christmas.
She is portrayed as a “Health Expert” here by the equally odious media presstitutes.
https://www.9news.com.au/national/coronavirus-vaccination-everyone-can-be-vaccinated-by-christmas-jane-halton-claims/296a12ac-0116-498a-8e86-4cffd09c8f75

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 7:41 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Jane is s monster, she of the invented kids over board yarn which she based on the lie that the refugees didn’t have life jackets, and then forced the HMAS Adelaide to drag them on a sinking boat for 24 hours and then leaving the poor buggers in the water for nearly an hour before allowing them to be saved. She is a disgusting piece of work and our presstitutes all love her. She has a degree in fucking pychology

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jun 7, 2021 8:03 AM

Yep… and given her cold hearted callousness, along with her connections, and reputed as one of the most powerful bureaucrats in the country, along with just being a straight out psychopath, I believe these were the reasons for her being tapped on the shoulder to attend Event 201.
She is the go too person for the scamdemic operation in Australia.

Edith
Edith
Jun 7, 2021 7:46 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I just love the assumption that we are all wanting this shit injected into us….she can have mine

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 8:25 AM
Reply to  Edith

There are already 8 times more pple sick from the vax than from the so called illness, based on the fact that the 80% sickness rate was never true, it’s always been over 99% don’t even get more than a sniffle. In Victoria where they used the dodgy Twiggy test there was no outbreak, yet Dan the moron spent $375 million using up tests the rest of the world threw out last April. So on the basis of 30,000 so called cases with a mere 1% maybe getting sick, that is 300, there are already over 24,000 adverse events including Guillane Barre. The so called positive test rate from over 19 million tests is .1%, the adverse reactions rate is .6%. So the so called vax is way worse than the so called disease.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 3:15 AM

Woman comes forward to give warning from hospital bed after neurologist links second Moderna shot to partial paralysis. Floridian Brittany Galvin admits that when she found magnets stuck to her it was funny.

She didn’t want the shot but was influenced by television and the commercials: “I didn’t listen to myself, I listened to the shaming… That if you didn’t get the vaccine you’d have to sit in a certain spot. I didn’t want to be that dirty person.”
https://www.bitchute.com/video/r2dd8uRg03Zl/

Arizona man describes how mother died from sudden, acute liver failure 24 hours after first Moderna shot. Doctors called it a coinkydink and the medical examiner refused to do an autopsy, chalking it down to covid — until the son paid for a private autopsy.
http://thephaser.com/2021/06/my-mom-died-from-the-vax-dr-said-it-was-like-being-strangled/

Natural News’ Mike Adams makes a video appeal to his family not to risk the shot.
https://www.brighteon.com/2495a88b-90ad-4411-9171-faef76358dbc

kevin
kevin
Jun 7, 2021 4:26 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Why does this post have so many downvotes?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 5:44 PM
Reply to  kevin

I think it’s when I mention Moderna. Their PR seems pretty active. If not the company, then The Company. I tend to lay into unIntelligence and the media, having a history with both.

Edith
Edith
Jun 7, 2021 5:51 AM
Reply to  Peter

And that should be enough to scare the hell out of anyone.,,.being a dentist will be fun if there is anything to spike proteins being shed from the lungs…

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:40 AM

Assuming for one second this virus is real (huge assumption I know). Coronaviruses are known fast mutators. Very fast. So what is the vaccine for???

I’m starting to feel like that guy in “They Live”

Edith
Edith
Jun 7, 2021 5:52 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Kill off many and make huge piles of profit before they all die…one way or another.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 7:43 AM
Reply to  Edith

I found out over the weekend the Healius group founded last year by Twiggy and the government with Gates money to peddle the dodgy Chinese tests had made $375 million for just the 1.9 million of the pointless tests used by Dan the moron dictator. Meanwhile today they give a few million to food banks to Victorians in another pointless lock down

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 1:09 PM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Welcome to the club. And yes, the broadcasting needs to stop.

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jun 7, 2021 1:20 AM

No effort was spared to find the matching soundtrack.
Crank it up and enjoy being In The Death Car.

https://ok.ru/video/2145256739

Hugh O'Neill
Hugh O'Neill
Jun 7, 2021 1:18 AM

Can I tell an old joke about Freudian slips – if only to lighten the tone in these dark times?
Two old Northern gents of fixed habits would meet every Thursday, same pub, same beer, same seats etc. First one goes to bar and is pleasantly surprised to see a new barmaid whose blouse complements her perfect embonpoint. She leans over and rather breathily asked him what he would like. Stammering somewhat, he blurted out: “Two pints of breast – sorry two pints of Best please” blushing deeply. The barmaid laughs and defused the situation by telling him he had just made a Freudian Slip. “A Freudian what?” says he. The Barmaid explained that it was when one inadvertently says what is really on your mind. “Rihjty Ho” says he. He takes the beers back to the table and explains to his mate that he has just has a Freudian Slip up at the bar. “A Freudian what?” says his mate. First gent explains to his dothard chum: “You know: it’s when you inadvertently say what’s really on your mind”.
A week later, the two meet up again and the Second tells his mate: “Hey, you know those Freudian Slip things? I just had one this morning: I was having my breakfast reading the paper when my wife asked me if I wanted more toast. I replied: “F*** Off you ugly witch. You’ve ruined my life”………

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:17 AM

From the Reform for Resilience Commission:

“As G7 leaders gather, they need to recognize that none of us are safe until all of us are safe. 

We are making a number of specific recommendations in three key areas:

 

  1. Urgent prioritisation of global distribution of COVID-19 vaccine doses. At present, COVAX is the only truly multilateral effort for global vaccination against COVID-19. There are billions of doses available in the world, but we need urgent co-operation across sectors, including public and private, to get them to the countries and communities most in need.
  2. Urgent prioritization of developing and above all sustaining over time multilateral engagement in global disease surveillance infrastructure, workforce and programmes to identify and address new and reemerging disease threats. 
  3. Serious structural commitment to rebuilding economic, health and social systems that are resilient, equitable, and environmentally sustainable. “

I wonder why the rush all of a sudden….. WTF!

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:50 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

I can translate the recommendations for you as follows:

  1. We need to rollout the vaccines faster before people start dying en masse and figure out what is happening. We only have a window of 12 months. We especially need to send more vaccines to 3rd world over populated countries.
  2. Bullshit
  3. Depopulation
Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jun 7, 2021 8:35 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

2: Not so much bullshit, Bruce, as smokescreen babble to obscure the continuing push for global surveillance – and control – of everything.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 7:44 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Because the so called virus is dying off fast and not even all the dodgy tests in the world are finding it. Have we all noticed suddenly the hysteria about India is over?

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 7, 2021 8:17 AM

Apparently “Indian” has changed it’s name to “Delta” as far as I can establish amongst all the confuse and conquer bs.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 12:19 PM

It’s rather stupid of them to use the latin for what is a betacoronavirus

Doctortrinate
Doctortrinate
Jun 7, 2021 1:11 AM

when beings are constructed to require external mantenance – they cease to create themselves, accepting and embracing fake creation to feed the senses – primary devotion to repetitive offerings of the peurile, satisfaction encircling acceptance, empty rewards for the dutifully departed.
Saddening it is, but should we be surprised at whats taking place, as the above article shows us – the warnings ‘are’ old.

magumba
magumba
Jun 7, 2021 1:10 AM
Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:39 AM
Reply to  magumba

After reading the Reform for Resilience Commission’s goals I’m beginning to wonder if the plan is not extermination?

kevin
kevin
Jun 7, 2021 12:41 AM

Excellent article.

Posted by TFS in the comments on a previous article. It’s a must watch.

WHO whistleblower Astrid Stuckelberger
https://www.bitchute.com/video/A17H8QCOMuY3/

Here is her website: https://www.astridstuckelberger.com/

Shelby
Shelby
Jun 7, 2021 12:33 AM

Can we just be rid of these fools that are involved in the fake bash scam. Getting silly now.

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 12:29 AM

I suggest Admin have a close look at this organisation: Reform for Resilience
Look at who they are and their “Founding Vision”
One of their Co-Chairman’s Malcolm Turnbull (previous PM of Australia) was on ABC this morning waxing lyrically about how no one will be safe from this deadly virus (LOL) until we all vaccinated and have our vaccine passports. Very very depressing and nauseating.
r4rx dot org
Somehow they are involved with the upcoming G7 summit also known as the grand Coven meeting.

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 12:56 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

I should add that even the ABC reporter sounded quite shocked when he heard what our illustrious previous super rich PM had to say this morning.

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:59 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Turnbull did say something very curious which has been said right from the beginning. “We can’t make the vaccines compulsory” So what are vaccine passports for? To protect the unvaccinated? Which may suggest that whatever is in the vaccine is transmittable? Who knows but it does sound plausible. I reckon sit tight, don’t get vaccinated and lets see how this unravels.

Shin
Shin
Jun 7, 2021 4:03 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Turnbull was Goldman Sachs golden boy in Australia. An absolute arsehole of monumental proportions.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jun 7, 2021 7:47 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

There are already more serious side effects from the pioson jabs in Australia than people who ever got sick, already GBS is turning up in young pple, 210 deaths, dozens of blood clots. In all about 200 people actually might have got sick with something or other last April while 24,000+ have been made sick from the jabs.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jun 7, 2021 4:15 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Appeals to resilience are everywhere. Makes me think someone is having a bad constipation.

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 7, 2021 12:09 AM

https://jhsphcenterforhealthsecurity.s3.amazonaws.com/181009-gcbr-tech-report.pdf
a 71 pp doc to explore and review technologies for self-spreading vaccines
It has a table of contents, and I’m sure we’d all like to know the highlights.

les online
les online
Jun 6, 2021 11:59 PM

for starters, can you stop calling them ‘the elite’, even though you mostly mean the oligarchs, or monied class ? Boris, and that WEF loudmouth, make Kakistocracy a better description..(that’s certainly what’s running/ruining australia.)….

Bruce Tonka
Bruce Tonka
Jun 7, 2021 1:52 AM
Reply to  les online

Curious In South Africa Kak means shit. Ha ha excellent.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jun 7, 2021 8:38 AM
Reply to  Bruce Tonka

Not just in SAfrica.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 6, 2021 11:16 PM

Just think that the ‘jab’ has now been adapted to deal with new mutant ‘variants’. That new variants are now coming on line for an unspecified period of time. This further means that a possible lifetime of jabs is in store to deal with the new variants.

Well given the well-known probability of injuries or deaths caused by these jabs the longer you take them, the more chance you will get of dying or suffering adverse effects from the ‘treatment’. So I suppose that it all boils down to Russian Roulette in the long run.

Good luck with that.

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 7, 2021 12:11 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Donald Duck, It’s my understanding that jabs altered to deal w variants undergo ZERO trials.

Edith
Edith
Jun 7, 2021 7:37 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Yep they get passed through as they are the same technology ….clever

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jun 7, 2021 8:47 AM
Reply to  Edith

Well, you see, the ‘variants’ are so different from the original that they’re a significant new danger, but so much the same as the original that the moneymaker poison-stabs don’t need any tweaking.

In fact, all the stabs might just as well be saline solution and nothing else: They’d then damage less people – none, most probably – and, saline being dead cheap, they’d generate more profit for the scammers.

All the spontaneous recovery that we see with any seasonal flu would then be put down to the fake-cines, thus bolstering propaganda for regular booster shots – also of cheapo saline, once the propaganda battle is won and the sheep are lining up and actually demanding ever more stabs, to “keep them sa-a-a-a-fe”.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 7, 2021 3:33 PM

Unfortunately, the evidence strongly indicates that the jab is not saline. Wherever the governments have pushed it hard, the results have been (a) more “cases”, even among the jabbed (b) significant excess deaths (c) a sharp fall in the ages of the dead and severly ill.

John
John
Jun 8, 2021 7:36 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Depends, they splitting vaccination categories. So what category is getting what?

John
John
Jun 8, 2021 7:35 AM

Yup, morons. We know what happens to sheep…