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WATCH: Going off Grid The latest edition of #SolutionsWatch discusses how to achieve energy independence.

In the near future being “off grid” may be vital if, for example, being “unvaccinated” makes it more difficult to access the banking system, or if the Green New Deal starts rationing energy access to “save the planet”.

Even if none of that comes about, it never hurts to be prepared or maintain independence from the increasingly insane mainstream.

With that in mind, Bob Anderson joins James Corbett for the most recent episode of #SolutionsWatch to talk about the importance of, and how to go about achieving, “energy independence”.

Sources, shownotes and links – as well as audio versions and download options – can be found here. Previous episodes of #SolutionsWatch can be found here and here.

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excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 27, 2021 12:22 PM

Going off Grid, tips on power cuts etc is great move towards real solutions and well done OFFG. More of this type of stuff.However James Corbett isnt really the right person to be discussing it.

Whilst reading Sophia admin posts she seems to have more understanding on this matter
Would you consider writing some helpful types for beginners..? please..

I cant afford a cabin in where ever, i am a town part country girl.

New Nane
New Nane
Nov 27, 2021 9:07 AM

Is there much land available ? I went into the country recently. It’s cattle farming as far as the eye can see. Lithium iron phosphate batteries ? Who do they have to butcher to mine lithium ? How inflammable are the batteries ? How quiet can it be with a diesel generator running ?

Ort
Ort
Nov 27, 2021 9:23 PM
Reply to  New Nane

I only know the answer to the third question: lithium miners.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 29, 2021 9:51 AM
Reply to  New Nane

We have a substation right next to our apartment block and once there was an outage there on Boxing Day and thankfully the Cyprus state electricity authority which still supplies the electricity on this island brought out a mobile diesel generator quite promptly, connected it into the substation and kept it running while they fixed it, thus putting our lights back on. It was on all night and I recall that was one night when I got absolutely no sleep, despite being grateful for the generator.

El Zafio
El Zafio
Nov 27, 2021 8:43 AM

Hypocrite urbanite James Corbett. And a virus believer at that.

Brett_McS
Brett_McS
Nov 27, 2021 6:34 AM

Going off grid? Guns and ammunition!

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 27, 2021 2:28 AM
John the First
John the First
Nov 27, 2021 12:47 AM

You guys are late to arrive at an off grid, there are already the democratic mob rule ‘off grid people’ (democratic mob rule is what you call ‘mainstream’). In fact, this off grid appears to be a typical low brow version ‘grow your own carrots, oh how bad are the elites and how oppressed are we’ version. And that bunch sees itself as the awake few of our times… The agenda’s and reactions of democratic people are so predictable.
You guys ought to be grateful towards the bad elites, they show you mob rule, collective psychosis, and demagogy, all what democracy in reality is, to the extent that you can no longer deny what you could have known long before were you not believers and brainwashed from birth.

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 26, 2021 8:22 PM

I never used to be this nervous and worried about going to a gig. So checked my old person’s bus, train and tube pass, to see if its still valid. Yes, still got till March 2022.

I haven’t got a ticket to get in. I have not been jabbed. I have not been tested and I do not wear a mask.

I hope they will let me in.

Tony

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 27, 2021 12:19 AM
Reply to  tony_opmoc

You can’t go to gigs tony because you only exist inside a computer.

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 27, 2021 12:55 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

So I am a figment of my own imagination?

I do have witnesses to my existence at the gig tonight..

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 7:23 PM

These are indeed the most interesting of times. When the media (all of it!) will permit only one story and only one angle on it. All else is derided mercilessly. And yet this one story becomes more and more stupid, ludicrous, pathetic, grotesque, even infantile.

You’d think there must be some kind of tipping point. When so many catch on (and it’s now thrashing them on both facial cheeks) that the “news” becomes a kind of gangster patois i.e. understood as constantly veiling a meaning that everyone knows but which is never directly stated. Like the Father Ted quip about “Take care of in the Al Pacino sense”.

And so, “There is a new variant of concern …” means, “Listen up! Here is your next command – and bear in mind that we’re asking nicely!”

fame
fame
Nov 26, 2021 7:01 PM

Here is an excellent discussion between James Corbett and Whitney Webb.
How Green Finance is Monopolizing the Planet with Whitney Webb – The Corbett Report
https://odysee.com/@corbettreport:0/webb-climate-720p:2

I have lived off-grid a couple of times, not currently. My main reason for wanting to live off grid besides being self-sufficient is my disdain for the heavily corrupted utility companies. Didn’t bother watching the video. Whitney brings up a great topic in her disgust of the sheep-y consumers “helping to save the planet by buying a tesla”, who follow lock step with the bankers “green” plans to save the earth for themselves.

I am certainly not against going off grid, I plan to do it again soon. But as Whitney says at the end, the people in the rich countries can pretend to live sustainably while the resources they need to live sustainably, and maybe off grid, will be mined and sourced at the expense of the third world ecosystems and at the expense of the people who have lived and taken care of these ecosystems for centuries.

As they both conclude. We must wake others and stop this agenda from happening.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 6:59 PM

The new whatsit is called “Omicron”. Now that has decidedly sinister air redolent of sci-fi villainy or even supernatural evil. Good choice. And now I realise why it is so familiar. It sounds like Necronomicon – Lovecraft’s demonic bible.

Watersnake
Watersnake
Nov 27, 2021 11:36 AM
Reply to  George Mc

MORONIC

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Nov 27, 2021 12:57 PM
Reply to  Watersnake

Oh my gosh, is that really an anagram?!! 😂🤣

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Nov 26, 2021 5:44 PM

Don’t forget the Munchausen variant.

If you create a people who are convinced of their perfection and terrified of the idea of losing control, confronting disease/ the other/ the unsafe space…

Nice watch, nice suit, in command, all my sex on Tinder, under control…

If, at the very least, they hold to an idea that one can perfect one’s self — then by definition the weird veering, upending of society can’t be their mental instability, it must be a virus — a fetid plot by the parasites, the unvaxxed.

They are undermining me! Undermining I tell you!

Snowflake Millivariant is unfortunately an internal psychopathy not an external reality. It is very hard to confront.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 5:23 PM

Déjà vu at the BBC:

“EU calls for travel ban amid fears over new Covid variant”

Indeed, I’m guessing this will be a new seasonal treat.

“What do we know about the new variant?” “How worried should we be?”

Well we’ve been through this before. All familiar stuff. Lots of terms like “protein”, “S-gene”, “receptor binding domain”, “enhanced transmissibility” (ooh that’s good!), “radically different” (even better!) … and so on. The Lovecraftian images. The little diagrams with silhouetted people playing hot potato with the deadly imp.

But what’s this? There are comments! Some are quite funny:

“Billy McFlipFlops” (obviously a stand up comic):

“I do wonder how some people still maintain the belief that this is all made up.”

Well don’t wonder too hard Billy, we don’t want you to strain yourself! But wait, he hasn’t finished yet:

“Sadly some are still in complete denial about the situation we are living in such is the influence of toxic social media grooming.”

Hmm … sounds a bit laboured there. A bit too slogan-ridden. Hey – Perhaps “Billy” isn’t the totally free passer-by he appears as?

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 26, 2021 5:21 PM

“Finally! Medical Proof the Covid Jab is “Murder” by Dr Vernon Coleman

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/finally-medical-proof-the-covid-jab-is-quot-murder-quot_TWpj5FDYSrjRIsT.html

Joerg
Joerg
Nov 26, 2021 4:34 PM

https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/10/13/time-for-a-laugh/

“A reader sent this humor:
I took down my Rebel flag (which you can’t buy on EBAY any more) and
peeled the NRA sticker off my front window.
I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the candy-ass Neighborhood Watch.
I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard.
Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you CAN Buy on EBAY)
and ran it up the flag pole.
Now the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security,
Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7.
I’ve NEVER felt safer and I’m saving $69.95 a month that ADT used to charge me.
Plus, I bought burkas for me to wear when I shop or travel.
Everyone moves out of the way, and security can’t pat me down.
If they say I’m a male wearing a burka, I just say I’m feeling like a
woman today.
Hot Damn…Safe at last!! ~ God Bless America “

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Nov 26, 2021 4:53 PM
Reply to  Joerg

One more trick. When the police or the military stop you, mumble in some foreign tongue. They’ll give up and let you go.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Nov 27, 2021 9:38 PM
Reply to  Joerg

Hilarious!

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Nov 26, 2021 4:39 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

↑ ↑ A new way yo enter up or down votes without verbiage?

excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 26, 2021 9:37 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

fuck of black umbrella you blind???

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 27, 2021 12:28 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

Distgusting as I find this. I guess it’s the only thing you have if the state has disarmed you.

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New Nane
New Nane
Nov 27, 2021 9:08 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Apparently balloons filled with oil and grease and black paint are quite effective.

Howard
Howard
Nov 26, 2021 3:38 PM

Three thoughts on going off-grid.

1) As a person ages, their body starts to wear out no matter how well they cared for it. What you could do at 20 becomes more difficult at 50 and nearly impossible at 80+.

2) Ask Dane Wigington (of geoengineeringwatch.org) how well living off-grid is going. He has said his solar panels are practically useless now because of the constant aerosol spraying over Northern California. No Sun…No Off Grid. Which leads to thought number three.

3) The incessant spraying throughout the world will eventually render plants, trees, insects and animals (including humans) largely absent. ALL that matters now is Full Spectrum Dominance, which can only be achieved with a completely ionized stratosphere filled to bursting with satellites.

We’re either in a pickle or we’re in a jam – depending on your taste in crises.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Nov 26, 2021 3:58 PM
Reply to  Howard

I love how succinctly you deliver the punch 😉
Off grid has always been a daliance of the rich. My great grandfather had a log cabin on a small island north of Toronto, where he would live plainly and clear his head by standing almost-naked in the lake for hours.

We had to call in the drug squad after his death — there was so much morphine and cocaine in the basement. He was the first doctor in Canada to offer house-calls by car for a reason.

Russians and Canadians are still the best, large-scale example of off-grid that exists. At a latitude that denies sun half the year –at worst Sep to Apr — the mere act of survival is a triumph that they lay in God’s gift.

JIm McDonagh
JIm McDonagh
Nov 26, 2021 8:25 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 26, 2021 4:42 PM
Reply to  Howard

I agree with point 1, but chemtrails, and weather modification, except cloud seeding on a very local level, is bollocks.

Think about it from an airline pilots point of view. Whilst they are now dropping dead much more frequently like football players, that is because they have been jabbed.

If flying an aircraft every working day, you will want to know if there is any shit mixed in with your fuel tanks, cos aircraft, travel through the sky, one after another, in pretty much straight lines, most of the time – like motorways in the sky. You are going to be breathing, the stuff that comes out of the aircraft in front (mostly water vapour) every working day.

Until very recently airline pilots didn’t drop dead or get ill any more often, than anyone else.

Whilst a lot of conspiracy theories are true, some are complete bollocks including free energy, sending men to the moon and back in 1969, and the belief that oil is a fossil fuel.

I agree things are looking pretty bad though. But that is only because most people have been brainwashed, to get jabbed and jabbed and jabbed, and will probably drop dead soon.

I did try to warn them, but no one takes any notice of me. They laughed at me about 9/11, but the jabs are far worse for something no more dangerous than the flu or the common cold, which COVID probably is. The rest is propaganda, designed to send everyone mad, and kill them.

Tony

fame
fame
Nov 26, 2021 7:06 PM
Reply to  tony_opmoc
Howard
Howard
Nov 26, 2021 10:28 PM
Reply to  tony_opmoc

Good to know you can’t be fooled by chemtrails. They hoodwinked me. I looked up one day and saw a plane going back and forth spewing something – and I said to myself “Self, there’s something fishy going on!”

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Nov 27, 2021 9:46 PM
Reply to  tony_opmoc

K, if it’s just water vapor then how come it spreads out and hangs around forming clouds? Clouds that do not just disappear but actually stick around and accumulate? I have listened to Dane Wigington for at least 5 years now and he presents a very simple example of why it isn’t merely water vapor – when you go outside in the cold and your breath fogs up in the air, does a cloud form around your head and STAY THERE for hours or days? Nope? Well then, I think you can pretty easily see it isn’t water they’re spraying from the back of those planes. And I’m sorry, but a turbine engine does not produce massive condensation and IF IT DID, turbines would not be used for war planes, would they? Why in the hell would any military plane leave behind it a perfectly trackable contrail? It would not and does not, after all, that would kinda defeat the purpose of stealth, would it not?

But hey, that’s all just loony talk, right? I’m sure if you go out in the cold and try it now you too can make your very own clouds form over your yard….

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 27, 2021 12:22 AM
Reply to  Howard

1) As a person ages, their body starts to wear out no matter how well they cared for it. What you could do at 20 becomes more difficult at 50 and nearly impossible at 80+.

Yeah, thanks for the reminder 😥

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Nov 26, 2021 3:14 PM

Australia: Military, Minerals And Mining – Northern Territory is central to The Plan

The removal of Binjari and Rockhole residents continues to defy any logical explanation offered by the medical tyranny. With no deaths, cases are low-probability infection, high likelihood false positives, blamed on an unproven virus.

Northern Territory has leapt up the vaccination charts, placing it ahead of most of the rest of Australia. Whether the people are being sterilized, hygienicized or purified before more British and U.S. military troops arrive in NT remains moot.

The expansion had already been announced of the United States Force Posture Initiatives (USFPI), to include new rotations of land, sea and air cooperation (at the 2021 Australia-US Ministerial Consultations).

AUKUS takes this considerably further with multi-nation military exercises and a collective deterrence strategy, “extending ffom countering China’s grey-zone coercion to preparing for high-intensity conflict.”

Northern Territory is much bigger than you’d think from the nickname “the top end” used by Australian commentators. It is comprises the geographic heart of the country, furthest from any shore. That is where the US satellite surveillance base Pine Gap is located, outside Alice Springs. Originally disguised as a station for space research it is a CIA-run signals intelligence centre using US satellites in geosynchronous orbit over the equator. Classified and a strategic jewel in the crown, it is also used to coordinate air strikes.

Miners strike gold
Rockhole was identified in 2008 as “part of one of the most prospective regions in Northern Territory,” an area which contains uranium, gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, tin, tungsten, bismuth, cadmium, platinum and palladium. Katherine, Binjari and Rockhole sit on the eastern side of the Daly River basin on a limestone outcrop shared with the Mataranka limestone mine.

Sixty kilometers north of Katherine is Mount Todd, described by Vista Gold, of Denver, Colorado, as the largest undeveloped gold project in Australia. The definitive feasibility study is 80 per cent complete, according to Vista’s September third quarter filing, though development has been delayed by the government’s COVID-related travel restrictions.

According to the planning submission, affected residents include Katherine, Pine Creek, Werenbun, Rockhole, Binjari, Gorge Camp, Kalano, and Eva Valley. It will however offer some of the 450 jobs (at peak) to residents.

The Australian government has just completed a four-year, $100 mn project, Exploring for the Future to develop new resources. This revealed undisclosed resources worth up to $12 billion AUD, 600 km southeast of Katherine.

The plan
Whose is the plan? Your guess is as good as anyone’s. The Indian Ocean and the Indonesian archipelago form one of the world’s key strategic areas. If you take a completely different region, The Sahel, in Africa, you find that the same countries, especially the UK, the U.S. and China, have their ambitions set on control of its minerals. It’s the same story in Australia.

Precocious military plans such as AUKUS do not mean they aim to cut China out of the pie. That would be barely feasible, given China’s financial presence in the country. Rather it suggests a desire to play kingmaker, to wield the deciding influence on who gets access to minerals.

China is, after all, manufacturer to the Smart Cities. The clipped military talk of strategic objectives serves to obscure the close collaboration between vested interests.

As with Afghanistan, you may see the national flags being lowered but the The Investors will likely remain.

In full at: https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/australia-military-minerals-and-mining

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 3:02 PM

Interesting that they’re playing the card of a new even deadlier than deadly variant. They’re running out of the degrees of deadliness though, and I wonder if this strategy will start opening people’s eyes. A bit of overkill maybe?

Perhaps the fucks aren’t as good strategist as they might have seemed. I mean this is like the third variant for which they’re jabbing people with the same spike protein shot the principal claimed benefit of which was supposed to be fast adaptability to new variants (despite it being obvious bullshit). Wouldn’t that make people wonder …?

Anyway, I sincerely wish they stopped this dull virus shit already. Not entertaining anymore! I can’t wait for the fucking aliens. They’ll probably claim that the aliens are invisible which is why nobody can see them, but they’re everywhere. Wanna bet … ? What else would they have up their sleeve to trump the ‘deadly symptomless disease’?

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 4:34 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I sometimes console myself with the thought that being a psychopath must entail certain limits on how bright you are likely to be.
After all, most of the notorious psychopaths in world history have met a sticky end.
If they had been a bit brighter, they might not have gone the psychopathic way in the first place…

I’m coming to the conclusion that the word, “intelligent” should automatically imply a minimum of moral integrity, and I find it highly appropriate and rational to describe Fauci, Schwab, Gates and the rest of the usurpers of the role of ‘our representatives’ as ‘of limited intelligence’.

At the very least, there is not the slightest need for any kneeling, crooching and stooping in front of them, while, at the other end of the ‘appropriate response’ spectrum, they will, of course, be executed for high treason.

dr death
dr death
Nov 26, 2021 5:02 PM
Reply to  wardropper

indeed…. stupidity is the inability to resist evil…. as you may have noticed it is a moral issue…

hence so called psychopaths (Satan’s little helpers) have the tendency to dispense with such limitations (thus becoming morally deficient) to the detriment of deductive reasoning (an affliction suffered by most public figures I may add)…

imbecility … well that’s a different kettle of mutton ( to mix my metaphors)….

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 7:40 PM
Reply to  dr death


I like the “Satan’s little helpers” thing 🙂

Howard
Howard
Nov 26, 2021 10:24 PM
Reply to  Jacques

They got you covered! They have made the new variant more entertaining. See, it has longer spikes which make it better able to mutate into yet more variants. And – here’s the kicker – it’s very very very difficult for “vaccines” to combat the little bugger. Get it? People who suffer “vaccine” injuries only did so because of this fearsome new variant.

Viral Goalposts Shifting – Scientists, Facing Scrutiny About Vaccinations Not Stopping Virus, Announce Discovery of New Vaccine Resistant Strain of Virus – Global ResearchGlobal Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 2:08 PM

The cynic in me says, “Yes, if you work in the electricity industry for 33 years and then retire and also live in a country where there’s a lot of open space, you can easily head off into the wilds and set yourself up to have enough power to live from solar panels, but what about the rest of us?”.
On the other hand, here in suburban Cyprus where I am, it is standard for houses and apartments to have two solar panels for hot water and I just had a look on our apartment building roof at my two panels and see there is a sturdy metal pipe leading from my two panels to the hot water tank and I wonder if I could get wires from there into a battery at home and store some power for emergency use. Never thought about this before. Perhaps I should ask around.

David
David
Nov 26, 2021 2:30 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

I think you’re mistaking solar panels for PV panels. You won’t get much electrickery down those water pipes without blowing something !!

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 3:27 PM
Reply to  David

So they heat the water directly without generating electricity?

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 4:02 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

People here generally call these things solar panels, hence the confusiton. A quick online search suggests that getting domestic solar panels installed is going to cost in the range of $15-20,000.

DavidF
DavidF
Nov 26, 2021 4:44 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

Some solar panels circulate water through them heating it as they pass. They are primarily used to preheat domestic hot water. Most often they need an electric pump to circulate the water unless it’s been very well designed/installed and natural circulation will occur in the heated water.
PV (photovoltaic) panels produce direct electricity to run a house, charge a battery or put back into the grid or combination thereof.
That’s a very simplistic overview

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 26, 2021 3:55 PM
Reply to  David

David, I think Tim was taking the piss..

Whilst solar power is very useful in certain situations, like on a Sailing boat, cos they last longer than wind generators and are relatively cheap, they are used very little in hot countries (except for heating water), cos the real local price of oil especially in the middle east, is very much cheaper, and they have so much of it, that they export most of it.

There is no shortage of energy on this planet. Oil is not a fossil fuel, and is formed deep within the earth. It used to be called Mineral Oil, before Rockerfeller and the oil companies, told everyone it was a fossil fuel, and that it was scarce and would run out, cos then they could charge any price they liked.

Everything else is Bullshit. the Malthusians in control are for real though. Whilst they may believe their own Bullshit, they really do want to kill most of us off, and will probably succeed, if we don’t resist.

If you are jabbed, you are probably already out of luck.

Tony

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 6:41 PM
Reply to  tony_opmoc

Not really, I suddenly thought I had hit on the germ of a good idea, but it just shows how out of my depth I am and I certainly can’t afford the price of getting proper solar panels installed, even if the climate here is certainly conducive to using them, so going off-grid is just a non-starter for me and I suspect for most people.

Malatok
Malatok
Nov 26, 2021 2:05 PM

A truly uplifting musical highlight from a young man and a generation that gets it. I say to the old wrinkled poisoned demons that have unleashed this hell on Earth, you will be destroyed by the light and the stampeding herd.

Rize up! Take the power back yo

Rize up and be the change you want to see

Rize up! Your silence is compliance

Let your words shape your future destiny yea

Rize up! A counter attack yo

Rize up and take a stand for love and peace

Hsuan
Hsuan
Nov 26, 2021 4:27 PM
Reply to  Malatok

Excellent! Three thumbs up! Also, being a one-man band is not as easy as this guy makes it look. Thanks for posting. Made my day.

Malatok
Malatok
Nov 26, 2021 2:00 PM

“Herr” Ugur Sahin, the German Gubermint financed “owner” of BioNTech, the all new Zyklon B, Wunderwaffen, Sahin himself refuses to shoot up his covaid$ death drug, the German tax cattle funded, genocidal Pfizer BioNTech clot shot.
BioNTech owner and staff will not allow themselves to be squirted with their own covaid$ clot shot.

BioNTech Besitzer und Personal lassen sich aus „Sicherheitsgründen“ nicht impfen – ARD Bericht



“BioNTech, incidentally, has a similar agreement with Fosun Pharma for commercializing its vaccine in China.”

“We have incurred significant losses since our inception and we anticipate that we will continue to incur significant losses for the foreseeable future….”
Thus, in the 2nd quarter of 2020, BioNTech had only 41.8 million euros in (non-product) revenues and losses of more than twice that amount (88.3 million euros). Thanks to its Covid-19 vaccine, however, one year later, in the 2nd quarter of 2021, its revenues had rocketed to 5.31 billion euros – a more than 100-fold increase! – of which over three-quarters (4 billion euros) is profit.”

https://anti-empire.com/biontech-is-a-tech-startup-which-had-never-successfully-brought-a-product-to-market-before-the-pfizer-covid-mrna/

Albert Bourla khazar boss of the Pfizer death squirt drug cartel explains why he won’t be shooting up his own covaid$ death squirt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCPsCHUx1u0

Khazar creature of the deep, Albert Bourla tells you his covaid$ death squirt is to “correct mistakes” in your DNA (WTF)

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

“Once the herd accepts mandatory vaccinations, It’s GAME OVER. They will accept anything – Forcible blood or organ donation- “For the greater good”. We can genetically modify children and sterilize them- “For the greater good”. Control sheep minds and you control the herd. Vaccine makers stand to make billions. And many of you in this room are investors. It’s a BIG win/win. We thin out the herd, and the herd pays us for extermination services”
Henry Kissinger

It’s a big club and they are ALL in it.

YOU are the disease, their covaid$ death squirt the cure.

Do it for Greta Retard or the weather will get ya!

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 12:16 PM

New B.1.1.529 (Deciphered – B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T) Covid variant ‘worst one’ so far, UK says

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the large number of mutations in the newly-discovered variant raises serious concerns over how it will impact diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccinations.

The UK also restricted air travel to and from South Africa and its neighbors, with the country’s Health Security Agency saying that “this is the worst variant we have seen so far.” 🙀

Orthus
Orthus
Nov 26, 2021 12:44 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Get onto the Grauniad early and it makes some sense. Note the inverted commas. No doubt the journalist will get a ticking off. Apparently the mutations might make it more transmissible, on the other hand they may not. How many mutations before it mutates into the common cold?

What do we know about the new ‘worst ever’ Covid variant?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/nov/25/what-do-we-know-about-the-new-worst-ever-covid-variant

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 12:51 PM
Reply to  Orthus

I suspect it always was the common cold.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 12:53 PM
Reply to  Orthus

👍

Thanks Orthus but I can’t stomach even clicking the Graun link since my exile.

I feel it’s time lost where I could have spent it researching something credible. I just take anything the MSM write as pure and utter BS and not worth my time.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 4:46 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Orthus
Orthus
Nov 26, 2021 6:22 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Not much time lost if you just read the headlines, work out the party line for the day.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 10:43 PM
Reply to  Orthus

I did just that. I couldn’t stomach anymore than the healine and closed the page.

NickM
NickM
Nov 26, 2021 7:47 PM
Reply to  Orthus

It is the common cold; a disease famous for speed of mutation. Which is why those in the know laughed unkindly at Believers in the Coming of The Vaccine.

“The flu that leaves a football stadium with the crowd is no longer the same flu that entered with a single fan.” — Ancient folk wisdom from Era BC (Before Con-19).

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 12:53 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

New covid variant most desperately hysterical (but boring) one so far.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 12:58 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I might venture out a little later and see if anyone has fallen for it. I suspect tight lips but a roll of the eyes usually signals they know it’s a lie.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 1:34 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Note that this is a second deadly variant from South Africa. There was one last year already. Considering the vast number of countries that haven’t had theirs yet, it makes one wonder if this is some sort of affirmative action or whether the South Africans have fucked up something and are getting punished.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 4:50 PM
Reply to  Jacques

The dead-serious tone of the news media while reporting this crap makes me ill.

I suggest to every aware person here that they have an all-consuming and passionate hobby.
It’s not good to have time on your hands right now.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 10:48 PM
Reply to  wardropper

👍

Orthus
Orthus
Nov 26, 2021 6:25 PM
Reply to  Jacques

SA, Brazil, Kent, and India. Variants and early trial sites for the drugs cartel.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 10:47 PM
Reply to  Jacques

That’s a good observation. I guess Africa’s culling wasn’t fast enough.
You’ll have to forgive me for being out of touch at times because I rarely take even a peak at the MSM and haven’t done so in years.

Malatok
Malatok
Nov 26, 2021 2:13 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

 

“The pathogen that is causing all the deaths from the illness is the spike protein. And the spike protein is what the vaccine is supposed to make in your body. … Spike protein is one of the most contrived poisons that man has ever made. And, the aim of this toxin, is to kill billions of people without anyone noticing it. So it is a poison with an agenda.” (“South African Physician Dr. Shankara Chetty Talks about “The Bigger Plan”, Bitchute)

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

“Guess who’s exempt from all requirements and mandates to get the COVID-19 “vaccine”? The following people are totally exempt: all US Senators and House Representatives plus all Congressional staff; 6,000 White House employees; all employees of Pfizer (2,500), Moderna (1,500), and Johnson & Johnson (120,000); 15,000 CDC workers; and 14,000 FDA employees.”

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2021/11/no_author/an-impolite-message-to-those-who-got-the-covid-vaccine/

Life doesn’t give a rat’s ass who lives it or who throws it away.
YOU are the disease, their covaid$ death squirt the cure.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 3:15 PM
Reply to  Malatok

What deaths ‘from the illness’?

tony_opmoc
tony_opmoc
Nov 26, 2021 4:57 PM

From the latest issue of Circulation. The oldest and most prominent Medical journal on the subject of Heart disease and related issues.

“Mrna COVID Vaccines Dramatically Increase Endothelial Inflammatory Markers and ACS Risk as Measured by the PULS Cardiac Test: a Warning
Steven R Gundry
Originally published8 Nov 2021Circulation. 2021;144:A10712

   This article has an expression of concern

Abstract

Our group has been using the PLUS Cardiac Test (GD Biosciences, Inc, Irvine, CA) a clinically validated measurement of multiple protein biomarkers which generates a score predicting the 5 yr risk (percentage chance) of a new Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). The score is based on changes from the norm of multiple protein biomarkers including IL-16, a proinflammatory cytokine, soluble Fas, an inducer of apoptosis, and Hepatocyte Growth Factor (HGF)which serves as a marker for chemotaxis of T-cells into epithelium and cardiac tissue, among other markers. Elevation above the norm increases the PULS score, while decreases below the norm lowers the PULS score.The score has been measured every 3-6 months in our patient population for 8 years. Recently, with the advent of the mRNA COVID 19 vaccines (vac) by Moderna and Pfizer, dramatic changes in the PULS score became apparent in most patients.This report summarizes those results. A total of 566 pts, aged 28 to 97, M:F ratio 1:1 seen in a preventive cardiology practice had a new PULS test drawn from 2 to 10 weeks following the 2nd COVID shot and was compared to the previous PULS score drawn 3 to 5 months previously pre- shot. Baseline IL-16 increased from 35=/-20 above the norm to 82 =/- 75 above the norm post-vac; sFas increased from 22+/- 15 above the norm to 46=/-24 above the norm post-vac; HGF increased from 42+/-12 above the norm to 86+/-31 above the norm post-vac. These changes resulted in an increase of the PULS score from 11% 5 yr ACS risk to 25% 5 yr ACS risk. At the time of this report, these changes persist for at least 2.5 months post second dose of vac.We conclude that the mRNA vacs dramatically increase inflammation on the endothelium and T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle and may account for the observations of increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, and other vascular events following vaccination.”

“Finally! Medical Proof the Covid Jab is “Murder” by Dr Vernon Coleman

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/finally-medical-proof-the-covid-jab-is-quot-murder-quot_TWpj5FDYSrjRIsT.html

dr death
dr death
Nov 26, 2021 6:48 PM

presumably he means the people murdered by their respective ‘govern-ments’..

one could equate the statist dictate as some sort of plague..

wouldn’t you agree?…

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 10:49 PM
Reply to  Malatok

👍

Edwige
Edwige
Nov 26, 2021 2:43 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

2+1+1+5 = 9; 2+9 = 11.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Nov 26, 2021 3:32 PM
Reply to  Edwige

I was wondering how you derived 9/11 from the new ‘Nu’ variant name (B.1.1.529), after your Wednesday post. Now I know. Creative

peterpaul
peterpaul
Nov 26, 2021 3:46 PM
Reply to  Edwige

31/06/1997 +++ reduction = 9? That’s if I’ve worked it out correctly.

Hey Edwige. you’re always popping up here with a leaning to gematria and the significance of numbers. Personally I’m lost with it but not hostile. With this said can you make anything out with the date above? It was certainly a significant event in this whole world of esoteric knowledge, satanic luciferianism or just damn right evil.

If you know what I’m inferring, the date may not mean much (though it’s got to), and as Paris is riddled with those catacombs and it being Paris (history) with the whole delay etc; well, was Saturn, Jupiter or the Moon being offered a gift, or something else?

Goes out to anyone one else too. Apologies ATL for being off topic but this has been buzzing around my head lately and here seems the best place to ask as the opportunity has presented itself.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Nov 26, 2021 4:13 PM
Reply to  peterpaul

There isn’t a 31st June, but I’d guess you meant 31/8/1997. Princess Diana’s death in Paris…

peterpaul
peterpaul
Nov 26, 2021 4:15 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

oh o, yes.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Nov 26, 2021 5:22 PM
Reply to  peterpaul

Dunno (perhaps Edwige does), but she died more-or-less exactly the same age as Marilyn Monroe (who was ‘connected’ with both JFK and RFK). My guess would be that that was the significance of the date.

36 years and 61 days [Princess Di]
compared to
36 years and 64 days [Marilyn Monroe]

Hence Elton John’s ‘Candle in the Wind’ at the funeral, which was originally written for Marilyn
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candle_in_the_Wind

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 10:50 PM
Reply to  Edwige

😂

dr death
dr death
Nov 26, 2021 5:32 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

yes… according to the ‘holly-wood’ scriptwriters that scrawl this pabulum… this thoroughly and incredibly new multi-mutational variant will ‘circumvent‘ the immune system..(in their own words)…

a perfect cover for vaccine deaths and injuries… because after all, the science itself is nonsense..

virii (if indeed they exist) mutate towards a more benign form, at least according to what passed for ‘science’ before what passes for ‘science’ now…

so just follow the science… (it has electrolytes)..

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 8:17 AM

“It’s a robust system that can survive a petroleum shortage – supposing one happens.”

I wonder if one can get more myopic than that. “Shortage” (sic)? “Supposing one happens” (sic)?

Shortage implies that there is temporarily not enough of something. That’s not what’s gonna happen with petroleum. The fucking thing will simply run out, making the shortage a permanent state of affairs.

It would behoove humankind while we still have petroleum, probably quite a bit of it, to use the power offered by this fuel to devise technologies to harvest enough energy from the Sun to support civilization. As much as one might object the malevolent, opportunistic bullshit surrounding the present green efforts, the fact remains that solar energy is ultimately the only source of energy available on the Earth, together with nuclear power, which, however, is finite too. Even though fuel will probably last for quite a while, but it needs to be considered that nuclear power only exists thanks to fossil fuels.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 9:11 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Your worldview needs to expand just enough to comprehend that the doom-ecology you old hippies absorbed was as much a manipulated agenda-driven concept as everything else.

Post-COVID you can’t just keep touting it. You need to go back and re-examine EVERYTHING you have assumed was true, inc the imminent dearth of fossil fuels etc etc.

I’m not saying it isn’t true btw. Maybe it is. I’m saying you can’t afford to rely on all your old assumptions. Maybe the whole doom-eco thing was just another line being sold to soften you up for future genocide. Something to make you the passive, helpless, depressed individual you clearly are?

Maybe?

Can we just assume the abiotic oil theory is BS? Maybe that was sold to us in order to facilitate the eco-doom. We can’t rule that out until we take another look, can we?

COVID tells us to get rid of our old paradigms and assumptions. ALL of them. Go back to the data and start over.

Because COVID gave us a glimpse behind the curtain at just exactly how much of our ‘alternative’ belief system (socialism, sustainability, veganism etc etc) is controlled or even manufactured by the Great Reset merchants.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 10:31 AM

You’re patently wrong about me being an old hippie. Neither am I old enough as far as the number of the Earth’s revolutions around the nearest star, nor am I in any way affiliated with hippies or views and delusions they might harbor.

What I’m saying is based on a few simple physical facts and therefrom derived conclusions. Number one being that the Sun is the only source of energy the Earth has, apart from nuclear power and perhaps something that might be discovered in the future. Some guy was talking about “chi”, so maybe it’s just a matter of converting chi into fucking gasoline et voila! Plus acune raison de s’inquiter! Number two being that oil reserves are finite – I’m not talking about shortages caused by market manipulations or other disruptions. If the abiotic theory is correct, so much the better. In that case, you’ll have to calculate the rate at which oil deposits are replenished and figure out what sort of consumption it supports. My guess is that we’re presently depleting more than might theoretically be replenished, but that’s just based on gut feeling.

There is nothing “doom” about the foregoing. It’s a simple rational assessment of facts, without looking at things through pink glasses. Maybe it’s the worst case scenario, but you might have heard of the saying “prepare for the worst, hope for the best”.

You’re also patently wrong about me being depressed. I don’t get depressed. Oh yeah, I’m not always in an exuberant mood, but I’m tough. Depression is not in my dictionary. I’ve been through some rough shit in my life and I’ve survived. I doubt that you have a personal experience anywhere near that.

I don’t need COVID to tell me to get rid of old paradigms. I’ve never harbored any old paradigms. I don’t subscribe to most of the paradigms, dichotomies, worldviews, and concepts you people do. I couldn’t care less about socialism, sustainability, veganism, you name it. What do those things mean anyway? How can you take such an umbrella concept as socialism and even invoke it? What the fuck is it, socialism? Please don’t assume that people are simpletons or that they subscribe to the kind of caged thinking you’re exhibiting.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 11:38 AM
Reply to  Jacques

I love how you type two long paras of doom-laden speculation based – by your own admission – on nothing but your ‘gut feeling’, and then say “there is nothing “doom” about the foregoing. It’s a simple rational assessment of facts”. 🤣

Admit it, you don’t want to let go the prophet of doom persona. You can use it as an excuse for failing to engage fully with life. It can turn fear or apathy into a moral philosophy.

Do you mean ‘acune’ or ‘aucune’?

Jim McDonagh
Jim McDonagh
Nov 26, 2021 4:46 PM

There are currently 8 billion humans befouling this planet , with a significant percentage of them already living off the grid ? To add the rest us to that sort of existence would mean an immediate die off of billions of us ! ↓

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 4:56 PM

I think the point he’s making is rather similar to my uncomplicated outlook on this:

‘Out with wishful-thinking’.

We all wish this would go away. That is a given.
But the wishing does nothing.
It’s the step after that which counts.

Being God
Being God
Nov 26, 2021 11:20 AM

It is obviously good to trust nothing and nobody in this world (Club of Rome??). And then you tell us to “go back to the data and start over”, but you neglect to tell just how we can derive said data. Help us all out ‘cos I for one are perplexed.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 11:28 AM
Reply to  Being God

Well if there’s no reliable data then there’s no reason to believe any part of the narrative

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 12:10 PM

What narrative ….? We’re not talking about narrative here!!! We’re talking about being off grid. Disconnecting yourself from mainstream society. Fuck narrative in that regard. You need to worry about having the tools to open up that generator of yours and fixing a broken part, replace the brushes when they get worn out. Cutting down and chopping up a tree for your stove. Foraging. Stuff like that.

Where does some fucking narrative even enter into this?

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Nov 27, 2021 10:16 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Exactly. As for doom and gloom, why do those of us who read this site bother to come here if not to face doom and gloom? For fucks sake, if we were only worried about a narrative we’d be reading one of those politically correct blogs that stress positivity and how great tech will save us all. Perhaps we’re no longer supposed to face doom and gloom, we’re supposed to embrace wishful thinking and if we wish hard enough, surely our positivity narrative will come to our rescue…

les online
les online
Nov 26, 2021 12:18 PM

I’d practice living on sunshine if the effing clouds would just blow away… Sometimes i fantasize that there really is something to Tesla’s idea that there’s Free energy everywhere – wish i knew how to plug into it. Zero-point energy, enough to run the tecno-industrial behemoth on forever. Imagine it – Prisoners of Industrial society forever… Imagine it – the total surveillance state run on Free energy… Victor Schauberger, the Water Wizard, reckoned there was a future using implosive energy, sometimes referred to as Vortex Energy. Seems there are energy crises only when society depends on a selected few energy sources, controlled by a few, and who can control prices, create scarcities, and can even force changes on society by their control of societies few energy sources.

Orthus
Orthus
Nov 26, 2021 12:51 PM

I suppose you would accept that if we keep burning trees that we will run out. Same goes for dead trees, coal and gas. Before we get to zero, if we get to zero, we will become extremely vulnerable to those who control these resources. And just because those who control those resources are now feigning concern, from the air conditioned cabins of their executive jets, doesn’t mean there isn’t a real problem.

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Nov 26, 2021 1:48 PM

I don’t know what you’re referring to when you use the word “socialism”, but those who characterize and denigrate the Great Reset as being ‘socialism’ are talking from ignorance. Socialism doesn’t imply restriction or austerity any more than libertarianism does, and its sustainability only derives from its inherent kindness.

Similarly, veganism is twisted, altered, and rendered impotent when advocated in connection with climate change, but it’s an idea and a practice that far, far predates any of our modern arguments, and it behooves anyone to consider its many merits in that light.

les online
les online
Nov 26, 2021 11:45 PM

One of the first things i learned from reading online posts is that a lot of words have been ripped free from their historical meanings, have been given new, often unfixed, meanings for use as weapons in a never ending online ideological battle (war) Very rare to read a post that indicates the author is using a word like, say, ‘socialism’, other than pejoratively.
Others have probably explained that the entire internet is a terrain of struggle, ideological struggle. Every “news” site, every “news” letter, every post, is engaged in the ideological Battle for one’s mind. Every crucial word weaponised, a bullet.
“…the most important concepts of an era – alienation, dialectics, communism – are precisely marked by the organisation around them of the greatest confusion and the worst misrepresentation. Vital concepts are simultaneously subject to the truest and most false uses, with a multitude of intermediary confusions, because the struggle between critical reality and the apologetic spectacle leads to the struggle over words, a struggle that is more bitter the more those words are central….” SI Anthology. Ken Knabb (p184)
By redefining crucial words such as vaccination, isolation/separation, pandemic, and so on, perceptions were changed… But to those unaware of the changes – nothing has changed, not even their freedom…

Howard
Howard
Nov 26, 2021 4:35 PM

One of the foremost problems facing anyone seeking information on anything is: who can you trust? And what criteria would you use in making such a determination?

That said, one of the very few people I have sort of trusted as a reliable source was the late Michael C Ruppert. Was he controlled opposition? I have no way of knowing.

Two documentaries I strongly recommend are: “Collapse” and “Apocalypse, Man.” In “Collapse,” Rupert speaks of “Peak Oil.” “Apocalypse, Man,” much longer, speaks of Fukushima.

(I think it’s obvious that my taste runs to “Gloom and Doom” so I might well be a sucker for an apocalyptic scenario – so I do have to be careful. In that regard, James Corbett is a good counterweight.)

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 26, 2021 4:37 PM

COVID tells us to get rid of our old paradigms and assumptions. ALL of them. Go back to the data and start over.

Because COVID gave us a glimpse behind the curtain at just exactly how much of our ‘alternative’ belief system (socialism, sustainability, veganism etc etc) is controlled or even manufactured by the Great Reset merchants.

Perfect. The only thing we know for sure is that the media is the true voice of the rulers. Far more so than any political representative. Nothing you hear on the media will ever harm the rulers. And when the media bang on and on and on and on about one topic then you can be damned sure it’s a major assault on their behalf.

The biggest division in the public has nothing to do with “Left” and “Right” but between those who have rumbled the media and those who haven’t. I left the latter group so long ago that I can no longer “recover my innocence”. And it is therefore very difficult for me to understand anyone who falls for the most glaring tricks – especially the single most absurd one: that the bosses are in trouble now! That we have stuck it to them good!

And this was covid’s biggest card, spun very much by the Left who are now revealed as the rulers’ secret weapon – a kind of reserve army just waiting to be activated.

And this reserve army are fucking barking! Here is their voice:

“Covid is even worse than the authorities are making out! It was we the people who forced the lockdowns! They didn’t want it! Mandatory vaccines? Nonsense! They are winding the vaccinations down! And this despite the – ahem! – fact that the vast majority of the population are just gagging for the vax! Oh we need to band together … but keep your distance! Contact is deadly! Keep your face hidden!”

Marianne
Marianne
Nov 26, 2021 5:29 PM

I’m really not happy with the aggressive stance you’re taking towards Jacques.
You accuse him of being locked into the whole doom-eco thing “Something to make you the passive, helpless, depressed individual you clearly are?” From what I have read of his comments I see no evidence of this. Surely we should all be working together at OffG to support each other and not be making ungenerous and and incorrect assumptions?

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 6:19 PM
Reply to  Marianne

Fair point. I apologize to both of you.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 6:38 PM

There is no need to. A debate is always good. A debate where the debaters are pushed hard and forced to argue their point is even better.

I certainly prefer an interlocutor who opposes me fiercely than one who says nothing. And as much I don’t like to be proved wrong, like everybody, I think about what other people have to say and adjust my views.

BTW, I wonder whether Sophie is aware of these, or whether some of the stuff she tried comes naturally to her …  😉 

Judith
Judith
Nov 27, 2021 12:21 PM

“Old hippies”? Really? I don’t know where to start.

I guess it’s my old brain.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Nov 27, 2021 10:19 PM
Reply to  Judith

I personally prefer Luddite. I am a proud, doom and gloom, angry Luddite!

Judith
Judith
Nov 28, 2021 12:43 AM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

Well, you brought a smile to this old wizened but still punching fellow luddite. And long live us!

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Nov 26, 2021 12:54 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Uranium for nuclear power is more abundant than most people are probably aware. It can now be extracted from seawater, where its concentration can never be diminished due to a steady-state reaction between water and rocks. The quantity available is so enormous that it makes uranium as sustainable as solar and wind.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2016/07/01/uranium-seawater-extraction-makes-nuclear-power-completely-renewable/?sh=758b2c31159a

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 1:43 PM

EROEI

What power will you use to extract uranium from seawater? Has anybody calculated how much nuclear fuel and plants the world would need to replace the current energy consumption? How vastly infrastructure would have be the transformed to allow everything to run on electricity?

Actually, the gas corporation I occasionally work for is getting ready for something else. For using the transmission system to transport hydrogen. First, a low-concentration blend of natural gas and hydrogen, then possibly higher concentrations. There are all sorts of problems though, such as the fact that the fucking hydrogen molecule is much smaller than that of methane, making the valves kinda useless. The plan (in Europe) is to produce hydrogen using solar power in the north, south, and east (Ukraine), and transport it westward. One huge benefit of that would be that the transmission system itself would serve as storage, which is something the electrical grid can’t do – it transmits power but has no accumulation ability.

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Nov 26, 2021 3:04 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Current and projected world energy needs have been calculated, it appears.

The nuclear plants won’t have to replace everything, but they can be built to handle increasing demand, and they would be environmentally friendlier replacements for coal-fired plants. As far as whether buildings will be massively converted to being heated by electricity — your guess is as good as mine.

The seawater extraction process uses acrylic yarn. It’s like casting out a fishing net and patiently waiting! The yarn is reusable, too.

https://www.pnnl.gov/news/release.aspx?id=4514

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 3:13 PM

I admire the complacent trust with which you regurgitate all these alleged data. And I’m amazed at the brainwashing you must go through to conclude nuclear power is more ‘environmentally friendly’ than coal. 🤦‍♀️

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Nov 26, 2021 7:29 PM

Nuclear power suffers from a lack of dispassionate and objective assessment. Its association with horrible nuclear weapons makes it very difficult to see its pros and cons clearly. In terms of air pollution and water pollution and even radiation levels a nuclear plant would be preferable to live near compared to a coal plant.

I don’t mind you challenging me to the “environmentally friendly” claim, because that is a vague term for a very complex set of factors, but please know that my current viewpoint is the result of exposure, over the course of many years, to facts I could not rationally deny, and which were hardly the result of a concerted effort at ‘brainwashing’.

I’d suggest becoming acquainted with what Patrick Moore, the founder of Greenpeace, has to say regarding this issue. I’m impressed by his fairness and lack of prejudice.

New Nane
New Nane
Nov 27, 2021 9:31 AM

If deadly nuclear power is the answer then the banksters wouldn’t have spent so much time and effort on the convid depopulation operation. Let’s face it. We are f*cked.

flashlight joe
flashlight joe
Nov 27, 2021 5:03 PM

In terms of air pollution and water pollution and even radiation levels a nuclear plant would be preferable to live near compared to a coal plant.”

Did you talk to the people at Three Mile Island, Chernoble, Fukashima?

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 26, 2021 3:42 PM

I suppose this is one of the things the GPPP ogres don’t want us to be aware of before they divide up the planetary resources.

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Nov 26, 2021 9:11 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Hard to say. Nuclear is a big industry with big investment. Nuclear reactors, to this point, have been intense projects not without environmental liabilities, but they’re preferable to building new coal plants (carbon emissions are not one of the reasons) and solar and wind just aren’t dependable in most locations.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 8:10 AM

What exactly is off-grid supposed to mean? Buying up a truckload of doodads, likely manufactured in China, and living in the delusion of being independent? How far beyond his nose can this guy see? He’d be fucked without the conventional infrastructure.

When I was a boy, we had a weekend cottage that was completely off-grid. There was no electricity, no water, nothing. We didn’t really need electricity. Light in the evening was provided by petroleum lamps and candles. You could do without them if you was truly cut off from civilization. Food was stored in a storage space dug in the ground, which worked fine. You don’t really need electricity for anything else. Browsing the Internet is dispensable AND it will vastly improve the quality of your life. What you need is heat when it’s cold, for which you have to use wood and be close to a forest. Doable.

The problem, of course, is where you’re gonna get food. To survive on food you grow yourself, you need a considerable chunk of land and you’ll have to work fucking hard pretty much all the time. My girlfriend grew up on a farm where they were to some, maybe large extent self-sufficient.

I presently have a semi-off-grid setup. The only thing I need is a little bit of electricity to drive the water pump and to power my computer. I also have a fridge but I could do without. Ditto hot water. I don’t mind bathing in the river, even in the winter. I can heat water on my wood stove with wood I get from the nearby forest. I try to get as much food as possible from local sources, but I doubt I’d survive on that. I have to use the standard supply channels. Plus, I have two cars and need gas.

Anyway, while it certainly is a good idea to explore alternative approaches to life, one needs to use one’s fucking brain in doing so. Going off grid by buying a generator or even solar panels is not going off grid.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 9:22 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Where are you living that you can bathe in a river and get wood ‘from the forest’? Frankly a biodiesel generator plus batteries would suit your set up perfectly. Diesel engines are low maintenance and can potentially run for years. At a push you can use any old veg oil in them.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 10:42 AM

I live at a latitude of about 50 degrees north, Europe. The climate is relatively mild. I bathe in the river most of the year. Oh year, I do like to take a hot bath, but I can survive without it. When I was a kid, I was in a refugee camp, old army facility south of Vienna, where warm water was almost never available. See, I was well trained. BTW, I grew up listening to my grandma’s stories about surviving concentration camp (she fought in the Resistance, you know) and I’ve been preparing myself for something like that my whole life.

Use old veg oil to drive a biodiesel generator? Where would I get old veg oil? You mean like the few spoons of it I occasionally use for frying? I don’t have gallons of used veg oil to drive a generator. Plus, I live in a super quiet area in a forest and the few people around here would kill me if there was a generator constantly buzzing. Not to mention the wildlife.

No offense, but these kinds of delusional ideas are exactly what I was talking about. Do you know how to light a fire? How to chop wood? How to do any kind of manual work? Could you fix that generator of yours if it went belly up?

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 11:25 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Yeah your Luddism is morphing into pointless contrarianism. “I can’t POSSIBLY be expected to find veg oil, and the neighbors will HATE the sound of a generator.” Boy, what a rugged survivalist you are. 🤣🤣

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 12:05 PM

I don’t know whether the neighbors will hate the sound of a generator, but I CERTAINLY WILL.

My Luddism? How did you extrapolate from anything I said that I have luddistic inclinations? While it’s true that I’m not necessarily crazy about technologies because they generally atrophy natural abilities, I’m not necessarily against them.

I’m simply pointing out the paradox of running at the mouth about going off grid and relying on the very grid one is supposed to be off.

As far as survival, I’d venture to say that I’d probably do better than you, but certainly worse than many others. Perhaps it hasn’t occurred to you, but this isn’t a competition who is more rugged a survivalist, who can bum more fucking vegetable oil off neighbors, or who is a better speller, this is, or should be, a debate about which direction to take in the future. Or at least that’s how I understand it.

So, don’t get contentious and hot under the color if somebody says something you don’t wanna hear or perceive as criticism.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 1:31 PM
Reply to  Jacques

You’re the one promoting yourself as a doom-saying mountain man not me. You’re the one irrationally dissing every suggestion of how to live even partially independent from the grid not me. Sorry if I’m getting under your skin by pointing out what you are doing.

And you are the one who said your neighbors will complain.

I love technophobes who think ‘technology’ gets in the way of ‘natural abilities’.

What ‘natural abilities’? Building a cabin? Try doing that without technology. Planting crops? Try doing that without technology. Making clothes? Try doing that without technology. Cooking food? Writing a book? Painting a picture? Shoeing a horse? Cutting some wood?

Try doing any human creative thing without technology.

But for you nouveau Rousseau types axes and sewing needles and cooking pots aren’t technology are they. They’re ‘natural’ things that just happen or something. 🤦‍♀️

Out of curiosity, if you’re living in an off grid cabin and won’t use a generator even part time how do you get the electricity you need to spend so much time online?

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 1:54 PM

I don’t live off grid, that’s what I was trying to tell you. I live as much “off grid” as my relatively urban lifestyle permits. I get electricity from the distribution company. Where they get it from, I don’t give a flying fuck.

You desperately trying to project the image of a doomsayer into me. I’m not. I’m pragmatic, rational.

What natural abilities do technology atrophy? Well, above you went ballistic about me misspelling the word “aucune” (kindly bear in mind that English is my fourth language and French the fifth; it’s kinda hard to remember how to spell all words, considering that you English people and them Frenchies have failed to produce a visionary who would do something about the utterly fucked up way of writing the sounds of your languages). This is a good example. In the old, actually no so old, days, you had to learn to spell, understand the innards of grammar (not that difficult in English but much more so in French and crucial in my mother tongue), and write. Today, you get the spellchecker. Guess what it does to your ability to write. And consequently understand language per se.

The primary purpose of technologies is to make life easier. Without the lever, you’d have to use your muscle power to lift shit. The modern man uses a button on a lifting device. You think that makes him stronger or weaker? So on, so forth.

I’m not against technologies. I’m for their judicious use. Your problem if you’re an extremist unable to see that the right path is somewhere in the middle.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 5:00 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Nov 27, 2021 10:29 PM

Do you read an entire post before attempting to rebut it? I seem to find a lot of people now who never bother to read something in its entirety and then come in shooting off their mouth in rebuttal without knowing what in hell they’re really rebutting. Whatever, I guess that’s just another lovely feature of our brave new world.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 12:46 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Do you know how to light a fire? How to chop wood? How to do any kind of manual work? Could you fix that generator of yours if it went belly up?

You aren’t being serious, are you? Someone of your age should have learnt at least one of these skill as a youngster.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 1:25 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

I was late to the edit.

@ Jacques. I’m assuming you have learnt at least one of these skills? But I do agree this type of living isn’t for everyone, and not many would know what the heck to do.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 2:31 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Look at my situation. I have spent the past 20 years or so developing and honing one particular, narrow skill – learning to fully understand legal documents written in Turkish, which means having to acquire at least a first year law student’s level of knowledge of the Turkish legal system, and to render the meaning in plausible English legalese. There is a reasonable demand on the market for such a skill in the current economy so I can afford to let specialists take care of all my needs with the money I earn. This is how the division of labour works in capitalism. Am I suddenly at the age of 65 going to take to the hills to avoid genocide (and I know one married couple that are seriously making plans to do this) and learn the necessary skills to survive in one fell swoop? I think these are serious questions and I don’t think most of us have the skills to do it. Not unless we come together and enough of us have the skills to help the rest out.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 11:01 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

A collective is what’s needed for those who don’t have the necessary skills to build a camp away from the madness.

I learned nearly all of my outdoor abilities when young. We would go sea canoeing, potholing, abseiling, walking through neck deep rivers, swimming in both freezing cold mountain waters and the ocean, setting up camp in the mddle of the wilderness and eating what was on offer (usually 4 legged) and I’m greatful for this experience. I hope you can learn some of these skill if you decide to take the route out of this madness.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 1:26 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

You can hardly know what my age is, so kindly don’t make assumption to that effect.

That aside, I do have the aforementioned skills. Indeed, I learned them as a kid thanks to growing up in part in the countryside despite being a city boy most of my life. I do have some mechanical and electrical skills too. All of that is coming in handy now, since I’ve changed my lifestyle.

My question was directed at the nitwits who somehow think that going off grid is buying equipment in the nearest hardware store and then getting fuel from the nearest gas station.

Further commenting the phantasmagorically idiotic idea of relying on used vegetable oil bummed off the neighbors is beneath my dignity. I wonder if the Sophie thought through where the veg oil I was instructed to scrounge comes from.

This is going “off grid” in the mind of a person living in a virtual state who sees the world through the screen of their fucking computer.

BTW, I kindly as the admin to publish all of my comments. I understand that they rub you the wrong way, but they’re pertinent.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 11:45 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I’m guessing 50 something if that was your profile image before the comments page made some changes. I wasn’t attacking you earlier, I apologize if it came across that way.

It appears we’ve walked a similar path in our youth. I also have electrical and mechanical skills along with many other skills i picked up on the way through lifes journey. I just had a desire to learn things that might help me through my life. See my reply to @Tim Drayton above for my other ramblings.

As for the rest, I agree with you, it’s not easy just to pack up a van and head for the hills as they do in movies, and neither is it easy to get the resources you need to live this so called survivalist lifestyle. Money being the biggest resource.

Please rant away. I enjoy reading all rants since I used to do the same on forums a few years ago. I’m kind of relaxed more these days since I’ve been watching events unfold for at least the past 30 years and kind of knew what was coming. Noone listed then, you know, we all wore tin foil hats back then. It’s been great to finally throw the thing off once and for all.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 27, 2021 1:19 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

There is no need to apologize, man. We all big boys or girld who can take care of ourselves.

All I was trying to say that this romantic idea of buying yourself a generator, electronics, this and that doodad, setting up yourself in a cabin, and driving to town every time you run out of something or something breaks IS NOT being off grid. Your home might kinda be, but you’re still attached to the grid in the supermarket without which you wouldn’t last a week.

Being truly off grid, meaning largely self-sufficient, is simply not an option for most people.

More generally, looking for genuine solutions should include checking whether you’re by any chance wearing pink glasses.

Anyway, I don’t mean to dis attempts at finding solutions. In fact, I think that moving away from globalism to localism, from hierarchy to individuality, stuff like that is the right path. It’s just that it needs to be thought through.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 12:02 PM

I’m not the one who likes to get in the midlle of a debate or argument but I need to add my 2 cents here about diesel generators and veg oil.

First the diesel generator. Nearly all the newer generators regardless of brand are common rail. They won’t drink neat veg oil. In fact the oil will clog the generator and it will cease to work. Thinning the oil with diesel or chemicals is what’s recommended. So unless you have a few hundred barrels of veg oil and diesel in your off-grid arsenal this isn’t something that I would suggest. Reliability, the skill to fix the thing yourself, and off the shelf parts are another thing.

The veg oil and it’s source. The used stuff is full of gunk and would need refining with a chemical additive. Again, too thick and your generator will stop.
Depending on the country you reside you may have to pay a tax on the oils. Buying the oil from a fried foods shop is another battle. Most have been tapped already by other bulk buyers.

The only way forward is the old generators, pre 1980’s will do fine because they’ll drink almost anything thrown in them. But they are popular and come at a huge cost that’ll take a big chunk from your potential off-grid budget.

I hope the above made sense.

Orthus
Orthus
Nov 26, 2021 12:56 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Once I have my generator running I will build the industrial plant necessary to extract vegetable seed oil, olives won’t grow very well around these parts.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 1:01 PM
Reply to  Orthus

I wish you success. 👍

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 1:49 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

It’s not that difficult to filter used oil for use as fuel. A lot of misinfo suggests it’s far more difficult than it is, because the aim is to make people feel inevitably and helplessly tied to petroleum chemicals. My family use Canola and other oils, new and used. They use their generator sparingly to charge batteries and don’t expect to run a washing machine more than once a week and don’t own a dryer.

I suspect I know a bit more about the practicalities than some of those old hippies fulminating about how dumb this girl is. 😉

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 2:13 PM

Look, I hear you and nobody is suggesting that you’re dumb. On the other hand, you might wanna give a though to how canola is produced, how it is harvested, how it gets to the store where you buy it (I’m assuming now that you don’t have vast fields behind your house where you grow rapeseed), how you haul it to your house. How you pay for it. Ditto batteries, generators, you name it.

Like that, you might be off grid in your home, but you’re connected to it in the store, at the bank, at the gas station, etc.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 3:18 PM
Reply to  Jacques

So you’re arguing that “off grid” means living without any communication or contact or trade route – as if you were the only person on the planet?

You realize no human society has ever functioned like that, right?

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 26, 2021 3:43 PM

They way I’d understand truly living off grid is being cut off from the standard supply channels that we’re accustomed to today. Including electricity, gas, sewerage.

I’m sure that communities could and would form where people cooperate, contribute. It actually is like that here where I live. There is a local economy even though totally unable to support all facets of life.

Anyway, since it has proved invaluable on many occasions in my life and has allowed to get by pretty much unscathed, I’m considering the worst-case scenario. Ending up being cut off from all utilities. Including food. No way anybody’s gonna survive like that. Or the vast majority of people.

I’m not sure what off grid means to you, but if it is buying a generator and getting fuel at the gas station or even bumming off used oil from the whole village (what are they gonna run their generators on?), then it’s an illusion. You’re still totally dependent on the outside world.

BTW, if you wanna set up local communities, it would be a very good idea to start formulating some guidelines, some ‘ideology’ defining how they should function.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 27, 2021 12:15 AM

You’re right, it isn’t difficult. But that doesn’t mean you won’t run into problems if the used oil filteration process isn’t done correctly.

Have you ever tried used veg oil as a fuel? I have in both vehicles and generators. It’s hit and miss, not even older diesel engines like the fats in the used oil if it came from a take away shop. A friend once put a liter of new veg oil in his 30 year old van and it ran fine. Then the thing starting coughing and spluttering when we tried the filtered used oil. Like I said it’s all hit and miss.

Washing machine, once a week!, dryer, Ha! We had a washing mangle, radio, and an old record player which used to belt big band music. Couldn’t afford a TV. In hindsight I’m glad we never had one.

You aren’t a city girl. I hear you loud and clear 😃

Bob the bum
Bob the bum
Nov 30, 2021 11:56 AM
Reply to  Jacques

My understanding is that off-grid is a reference to the electricity grid and not other forms of self sufficiency.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 7:36 AM

Corbett, please! This guy isn’t independent, he’s a high tech slave as most of us first worlders.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Nov 26, 2021 6:46 AM

A few years ago there was a story about Cape Town running out of water, and an idea was aired about erecting an enormous thin copper wire mesh in the hills where at night it would ‘catch’ water. The mist in the hills air at night on touching the electrified mesh would form water droplets which could be caught in buckets and help quench Cape Towns thirst…
I read recently that one of the Big Tech companies has invented a miniaturised – though expensive – portable version of the idea…
In yesterday’s post on Syria Vanessa Beesley mentioned that Syria’s Golan territory supplies Israel with i think it was 1/3rd of it’s water. No way is Israel ever going to give the Golan areas back to Syria. Middle East conflicts are as much about water as anything else.
In Sydney at the moment it’s pissing down. Millions of gallons that’ll go straight down drains, out to sea… Every couple of years there’s threats of water restrictions – as dams run low… Australia could be a great place if it we got rid of the politicians…

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 26, 2021 4:13 PM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

Instead of mesh/electrification, a large plastic sheet will do. You could also modify a wind turbine.

I saw a photo of an Israeli device, about the size of a large fridge and in use in Africa, that extracts water from air at 4 litre/kWh.

Justin
Justin
Nov 26, 2021 6:35 AM

It is heart warming to see and hear these good New Zealand doctors refusing to accept this normalisation of medical depravity that has infected our society. It also becomes obvious that Covid -19 is a far less deadly disease than the one concocted and by global corporations and spread willingly throughout our communities by our politicians, establishment health authorities and the main stream media.

This deadly parasitic disease (let’s call it evil for short) was intentionally and cynically created to destroy the mind, the body and the soul – of both the individual and our society at large, and thus take ownership of its host – we the people.

The symptoms of this disease are fear, irrationality, cowardice and hatred. But take heart there is a cure: courage, honesty, love, empathy and humility.

‘NZ Doctors Speaking out with Science’ featuring Drs Alison Goodwin, Matt Shelton, and Emanuel Garcia. News Conference 15th November, 2021

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Nov 26, 2021 9:00 AM
Reply to  Justin

Unfortunately, these NZ doctors haven’t really got the truth and I don’t know why that is when when two of their colleagues, Dr Sam Bailey and Dr Mark Bailey, totally have. This is just second-level propaganda even if they genuinely believe it.

There is no “novel” virus that needs responding to in any shape or form, it’s just the same old same old – except where the jab is doing stuff.

In meticulous detail COVID-19 atrocity revealed in 4 fraudulent interlocking pillars:

Virus isolation
Genomic sequencing
PCR
Outbreak modelling

Dr Mark Bailey MB ChB, PGDipMSM, MHealSc (Otago)
Is a microbiology, medical industry and health researcher who worked in medical practice, including clinical trials, for two decades.

Dr John Bevan-Smith BA (Hons) First Class, PhD (Auckland)
Is a business owner, author and researcher, who has undertaken research for the Waitangi Tribunal Te Rōpū Whakamana i te TiriP o Waitangi/The Ministry of JusPce Te Tāhū o te Ture.

Video of Sam Bailey presenting the first section of the paper
https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c/covid19-fraud-and-war-on-humanity-part-one:e

Paper
https://drsambailey.com/2021/11/11/the-covid-19-fraud-war-on-humanity/

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 7:33 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

On the contrary, I have no difficulty at all in conceding that these NZ doctors have an excellent grasp of a great deal of the truth.
They have perceived clearly that a vicious fraud is going on in the medical profession, and they have a very good idea of why it is going on.

The issue of whether viruses exist or not – however interesting – reminds me of the fact that Nixon was incriminated in the Watergate mess, not because of what was done, but because his administration lied about, and tried to conceal, what was done.

Exactly the same sort of lying is currently going on, and the psychologist who spoke last in the NZ video appropriately asked why the basic freedom to ask questions is now being cast aside so effortlessly by the ‘authorities’.

Viruses either exist, or they do not, but proving that right now, one way or the other, is not going to have any more effect on Fauci than this fine video from New Zealand is going to have. Fauci isn’t listening.

If we ever get real science on its feet again in this world, I would be as curious as anyone else to look at the very existence of viruses – and a lot more besides.
But I see our first priority as putting a stop to the antics of the corrupt individuals who, as we speak, fully intend to take control of our lives, with, or without, our consent.

As long as they remain in power, they will see to it that there will be no real science. After all, who expects them to resign voluntarily because their conscience has pricked their thick skulls? Not I.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
Nov 27, 2021 7:03 AM
Reply to  wardropper

The doctors I quote are not arguing that viruses don’t exist only that the “novel” one claimed to have emerged in Wuhan exists … and they do a very good job of it.

I don’t know why people cannot understand the massive significance of the difference between “no novel virus” and “existence of a novel virus that requires some kind of response”. The two phenomena are worlds apart, there is no comparing, it is not a matter of degree, they are two massively different phenomena.

This is the difference, wardropper, and I’d be curious to know your response.

No “novel” virus means end of. There is no further discussion, there is no concern about whether or not jab or what’s in the jab or freedom to choose, masks – at any time or of any kind, lockdowns – at any time or of any kind – you get the picture, right?

“Novel” virus means scope for jabs, discussion about a whole number of things, pros and cons of this that and the other, it’s completely endless.

Those NZ doctors are smokescreening the truth, they are engaging with complete BS regardless of whether they’re genuine or not. Sure, they’re pointing out wrongdoing and tyranny but you do not accept a lie as a premise in your argument.

When there’s no virus the only problem is that simple lie. We just need to expose the lie, we don’t need to argue for anything else. It is so much simpler … and the last thing the perps want is simplicity, they want all manner of kerfuffle going on, all manner of argument in all directions, confusing and obfuscating.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Nov 26, 2021 10:49 AM
Reply to  Justin

Excellent statements from all these doctors, summing up the whole tyranny. They are brave, dignified and eloquent people. It should be made mandatory viewing for everyone supporting the MSM narrative but, sadly, at nearly 50 minutes long it is well beyond the concentration span of most of them.

Just to lift one quote from Dr Shelton “This is a recipe for disaster”.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 7:36 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Nov 26, 2021 11:25 AM
Reply to  Justin

Fantastic news. Thank you.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Nov 26, 2021 2:41 PM
Reply to  Justin

Just dipped in to a bit of the video, but it gets more encouraging the more experts speak out. Once a sufficient number risk the consequences and those speaking out reach a critical mass, far more will come forward.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 7:37 PM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 7:47 PM
Reply to  Justin


This covers all the relevant ground, and the guests know what they are risking by speaking out.

Any other doctors there (I noticed a couple of people without masks…) will surely take some of this to heart and apply some thinking to it, maybe incidentally spreading the word to their colleagues and their patients?

You’d have to be a pretty poor doctor not to listen to what was said.

JustANumbersGuy
JustANumbersGuy
Nov 26, 2021 6:08 AM

Oh look, a new “horrific” mega mutant of convid, just in time to ruin Christmas!

Who could have possibly predicted that?

JustANumbersGuy
JustANumbersGuy
Nov 26, 2021 6:37 AM

AND the virus waited until after COP finished. How considerate.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Nov 26, 2021 9:32 AM

Indeed. Number of infections falling, more people becoming sceptical, getting pissed off and not wearing the masks. Hmmm. bad news. Time to roll-out the NEW MUTANT! Of course the new mutant doesn’t actually exist, but hey let’s not spoil the fun!

It would appear that many, if not most, of our fellow citizens can be easily manipulated like frightened children. This has been known for some time and a whole pseudo-science – psychology – has been based upon this tragic awareness. According to one well-informed source:

”We neglect the role of the anonymous authorities like ‘public opinion’ ‘common sense’ and ‘everybody knows’ which are so powerful because of our profound readiness to conform to the expectations everybody has about themselves and our equally profound fear of being different.” (Eric Fromm – ‘The Fear of Freedom – p.91)

When will this tragic phenomenon end? When enough people wake up.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Nov 26, 2021 12:03 PM

This Daily Mail article should win the Fearmongering Prize of the Year, or at least be very high up in the rankings:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10238113/New-Botswana-variant-32-horrific-mutations-evolved-Covid-strain-EVER.html

From a flimsy starting point of a genetic sequence with 32 (likely trivial) changes, you get:

32 ‘horrific’ mutations

and

the most evolved Covid strain EVER

as well as

could be worse ‘than nearly anything else about’

Unbelievable!

Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Nov 26, 2021 12:17 AM

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B D McClerren
B D McClerren
Nov 25, 2021 11:33 PM

It aggravates me beyond belief to see this kind of dead-end information still being promoted as any kind of solution. These are not solutions to anything. That Bob’s own photos also proudly include his grandkids participating in this exercise adds insult to injury.

Nearly everything being demonstrated here will be useless or severely degraded before those kids are eighteen.

Drive around the area, anywhere really, in the American southwest desert still sparsely populated and you will see the same wreckage on every other property. A collosal monument to the incompatibility of plastic, heat, and sunlight.

The fish, the hydroponics, the greenhouse, these ideas have been beaten to death by every naive white person who has retired to the desert (as well as their numerous meth cooking neighbors). The end result is always the same – a toxic heap of plastic garbage which will be blowing across the desert for 100 years.

Its not impossible to live in the desert, but if you want to stay there and thrive you better leverage every modern luxury on hand to get busy learning to actually live with the desert instead of off of your Costco membership.

For crying out loud this guy has a $100 air conditioner duct taped in his window and the house is on blocks. I guarantee his plan is also to stock a conventional freezer with the fish. Great plan. For 5-10 years tops if the well water isn’t radioactive, and that’s a big IF.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 1:49 AM
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JustANumbersGuy
JustANumbersGuy
Nov 26, 2021 6:30 AM
Reply to  B D McClerren

Would you expect any better from Corbett, sat in his luxury apartment in japan?

Feng shit.

Concerned Citizen
Concerned Citizen
Nov 25, 2021 11:27 PM

In the the original paper: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2008-3 which assembled the alleged genome Wuhan-Hu-1 coronavirus (WHCV) aka SARS-CoV-2 (that every experiment, test and variant around the world uses as the basis for their viral detection) had no proper human controls! which means it’s scientifically invalid and is therefore null and void!

This means that every test, experiment, diagnosis, treatment, vaccine, drug or anything to do with WHCV/SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 is also null and void!

  1. The putative virus has never been shown to exist in a scientifically valid way in humans or animals
  2. The putative virus has never been demonstrated to be transmittable in a scientifically valid way between humans or animals
  3. The putative virus has never been proved in a scientifically valid to be the cause of any disease in humans or animals

THIS IS SCIENTIFIC FRAUD, DECEPTION AND CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY

We will forever be prisoners of this deception for as long as we accept this fraud.

Edith
Edith
Nov 25, 2021 11:58 PM

Some of us knew this 18 months ago. Glad you are waking up

Johnny
Johnny
Nov 25, 2021 11:16 PM

GMI.
Glass: preferably double glazed facing South or North (depending on which side of the equator you live).
Mass: rock, brick or concrete to store the sun’s heat.
Insulation: as much as possible in ceiling and walls. (Straw bale or straw clay the cheapest).
Permaculture: zones of food, water and fuel.
Power: solar, mini wind or hydro systems.
And you’re off.

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 26, 2021 4:25 PM
Reply to  Johnny

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Reset the Diaboligarchy
Reset the Diaboligarchy
Nov 25, 2021 11:09 PM

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Charlie
Charlie
Nov 25, 2021 9:54 PM

We have three acres, can keep our little house warm and we have gravity fed rainwater from a 25kl cistern. Quite proud of how far we’ve got in a couple of years, but there’s a lot to do still, fencing more important that electrics and a healthy body to work it. Mean dog and a 12 gauge on my list.

Edith
Edith
Nov 26, 2021 12:01 AM
Reply to  Charlie

Yep those last 2 get to be essential if it all gets to breakdown stage. No use having a fancy set up and no defence when hunger strikes

Paul Cardin
Paul Cardin
Nov 25, 2021 9:51 PM

Back when I was in the navy in the 80s, we had a diesel generator that would kick in and feed some of our important systems when power was lost for any reason. The big problem with this was the noise. Here in the UK, there’s no need for air conditioning most of the time so no need for a generator and solar power has to be the way forward. I’m wondering how many solar panels and how many inverters / batteries would be enough to substitute for the normal domestic power supply needed for the average semi-detached. Upping and moving to the country doesn’t seem to be an option atm unless house prices plunge or you can build your own shack, which seems unlikely if more and more people want to make that move.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 25, 2021 10:30 PM
Reply to  Paul Cardin

Around 25 solar panels would be needed for the average 3 bed semi, cost unknown.
Then you have the poor British weather to deal with. The lack of sunshine would produce very little power. A UPS system would be good but again it’s the ever increasing cost of the batteries. Having the skills to maintain these systems is worth the training for those wanting to get away from this mad world.

Anyone who can afford to move to the countryside should act now. If the architects of the new (not) normal have their way you won’t be able to buy a house because all will be rent only. That’s is unless you have the cash upfront to buy outright.

B D McClerren
B D McClerren
Nov 26, 2021 12:03 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Get a hold of some technical literature on the early telegraph/phone systems. They utilized a DC battery system in which the individual lead plates (fractional components of each cell) could be removed and replaced easily. With the low melt point of lead and the high reusability of sulfated lead it did not look hard to recreate for someone with the right workshop. The main innovation in lead batteries over 100 years has mostly been for high amp starting loads (cranking automotive). Slow discharge / high storage has never been an issue.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 26, 2021 1:34 AM
Reply to  B D McClerren

👍

Thanks you for that information. I will definitely look into this and see if I can source the materials. Wish me luck.

Dandelion
Dandelion
Nov 26, 2021 9:18 AM
Reply to  Paul Cardin

Or we could go back to generating electricity from the water supply coming through the tap…as long as the water supply doesn’t get cut off!

excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 26, 2021 10:55 AM
Reply to  Dandelion

;0)

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 26, 2021 4:33 PM
Reply to  Dandelion

You probably mean the water supply coming from the mains. That works only if you keep consuming water. A mini-turbine in a nearby stream or big drain is a better option.

Yirgach
Yirgach
Nov 25, 2021 9:34 PM

The breakoff point for solar is 40 degrees, anything North of that is a waste, hence the need for tax subsidies. If he was still living in New England this story would not have been made…

excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 25, 2021 9:22 PM

This is the GLAMPIN version of Going off Grid.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 7:41 AM
Reply to  excommunicated

Exactly!

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Nov 25, 2021 8:28 PM

Here is an off grid mystery. Where did I live in Kaduna, even Lagos or Rio in the 1960s if not, by your measure, off grid?

What of an English village whose technology was the sluice gates and the mangle? The hammer and the scythe? The berrying basket. Not to mention the hillside farm in Caerphilly where grandmother matriarch was born.

And when her aunt popped a little later the midwife complained so bitter at having to climb the slope twice in a month.

A question to the masses. What insight do you bring? By what right do you presume to bear great light that now you cast the rest of us in shade?

Dig deeper, in this generation that cannot even make the spellcheck work. And tell us what the aboriginals ain’t worth.

People think at different speeds because they know over greater distances of time. Your rapid chatter is evidence of nowt.

Line up the dunces, have blood if you will. But I have never met an intelligent rich or fast or trendy person worth a jot — and as a TV producer I met a few.

But I’m tired now and a storm is breaking.

Molinos
Molinos
Nov 25, 2021 9:55 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

You may be on something but glory to that. Your words are pure poetry. Thank you so much I going to keep it as one of the great poems of this time.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 1:55 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 7:42 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Well said!

Sofia
Sofia
Nov 25, 2021 8:26 PM

Plants in my flat have an average lifespan of 3 months. I’m not practical. I would probably die if I had to become a farmer. Needs must though I guess. Relearn old skills. But I’m prepping a store cupboard with at least 6 months food and buying some bartable goods. I’ll get a few gas bottles. That’s all I can think of. Are we really suggesting a return to small holdings? Most people can’t do this. Most people live in flats in urban areas with no access to land. It can’t be the only option.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Nov 25, 2021 10:49 PM
Reply to  Sofia

Rice and a mountain of tinned food is all you need, nothing fancy.
The black markets will always be there so have no fear.

Kika
Kika
Nov 26, 2021 4:19 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Here’s a handy hint with storing rice. Keep it in your freezer for 48 hours and then store in a metal/glass (rat-proof) container or place. This kills any weevils or bugs in the rice and if kept dry, it will store for years.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 25, 2021 8:24 PM

NT chief minister attacks “international trolls” for misinformation about army forcing vaccinations
Guardian Australia
Nov 25, 2021
Northern Territory chief minister Michael Gunner has slammed “international trolls” and “tinfoil hat-wearing tossers” for spreading misinformation about Covid-19 public health measures. “Hello to all the international conspiracy theorists watching this,” Gunner said. “Please get a life.” Over the past few days, false claims have been circulating online suggesting Aboriginal people were being taken by the army into enforced quarantine and forcibly injected with the vaccine. Gunner said it was “insane” and “unhinged”. He quoted people who were in lockdown who said they were in the “biggest fight for our lives” and authorities were trying to keep them safe.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Nov 25, 2021 8:31 PM
Kika
Kika
Nov 26, 2021 4:23 AM

Some good news from the state of queens-land in Australia. The state government has been forced to back down on increased restrictions planned to begin in one month. Large demonstrations and petitions from the people have been successful! Many people in Australia are waking up and getting active.

The Queensland Labor and Liberal duopoly has buckled under extreme pressure from most of the state and from November 19 revoked nearly all Covid restrictions they had imposed on business to take effect from December 18.

https://cairnsnews.org/

Bob the bum
Bob the bum
Nov 30, 2021 12:27 PM
Reply to  Kika

Actually “From 17 December 2021, there will be no capacity restrictions on businesses that are only permitted to allow fully vaccinated people to attend”

https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/queensland-restrictions-80-percent-vaccination

My prediction is that the QLD government will soon become more tyrannical than Victoria. As soon as there are a few dozen cases absolutely everything in terms of repressive measures will be on the table.

citizen
citizen
Nov 25, 2021 9:09 PM

how long before Australia places blocks on certain parts of the internet to stifle dissent, it seems its heating up there.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 1:57 AM
Reply to  citizen

Good job Australia is a long way off.
There are a lot of people up north who would like to go to war with its politicians, if not its people.

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Nov 25, 2021 10:16 PM

Since the start of the “pandemic” early last year there have been ZERO supposed “covid deaths” in the NT and a grand total of 272 “cases”.

Gunner is very obviously following an agenda that has nothing to do with health.

Edith
Edith
Nov 26, 2021 12:12 AM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

Yep…shows how involved feds are in all this given the NT go Ed by them…and the agenda could well be to frighten other indig into vax…as I understand it they are rightly wary as they have always come off badly via white mans meds…

added to this is the possibility of the govt for filling a long standing desire to move them off homelands,,,so next question are there minerals under that land and, or agreements between feds and Wall Street over that land.

Johnny
Johnny
Nov 25, 2021 11:20 PM

NT=Australia’s Alabama.
Western Australia=Texas.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Nov 25, 2021 11:51 PM

“insane” and “unhinged”.

The words “pot”, “kettle” and “black” immediately come to mind.

Edith
Edith
Nov 26, 2021 12:09 AM

What complete bullshit. How on earth will putting some foreign protein into their blood system save them from anything?

S Cooper
S Cooper
Nov 26, 2021 3:02 PM

“Say hello to Colonel Hans Landa.”
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“The newest member of the Gunner-Hitler 2022 campaign team. Hans will be our new chief of wellness security.”

https://www.reddit.com/r/ChurchOfCOVID/comments/r08ey8/youre_either_with_us_or_youre_antivax/

“Heil Hans!”

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Nov 25, 2021 7:30 PM

“Energy independence”? Yeah – because of course the diesel-genny and its fuel, the other machines, the panels, the electrical equipment, the batteries… they just grow on the local desert trees, and you just go out in Autumn and harvest them,,, Without needing money, natch…

Energy to harvest the metal ores and arcane minerals and refine them, and to build and run the factories which make all the techie-toys, all that stuff? Oh you just make a wish and all that stuff just – sort of – pops up… In fact, new harvests appear just as your current stuff is beginning to wear out. Steady, scheduled replacements? No probs. Just go and pick this year’s organically-grown new – free – crop.

You have to wonder how the people of that region lived four hundred years ago. Now THAT might qualify as real energy independence. What this guy is talking about is being a techie-toy shepherd, playing self-deludingly at independence from the industrial society to which he’s inexorably, umbilically connected – if he still knows what’s good for him, that is. Really cut the cord, and how long would he last? Without even a factory-made pump to bring up the water from several hundred feet down…?

This particular effort of Jim’s is – well, less than impressive, shall we say. Maybe he should try interviewing some strictly-observant Amish, to get some idea of a more convincing approach to off-grid communities, and how they really make their lives work satisfactorily.

Anyone who’s genuinely serious about learning how to survive in a state of truly independent subsistence living needs to START from the assumption that they will have nothing in their communities that couldn’t have been there in the eighteenth century – at the latest.

For many of our descendants, that’s the real future that’s coming.

And having set up such a living pattern, and made it work, and got over the huge shock of the change from today, they would then need to bring their children up to live in the same style.

Such an endeavour would be genuine off-grid living – that might have some serious chance of surviving this upcoming century, and living into the next one successfully. Anything less is just Marie Antoinette playing at shepherdesses in Le Petit Trianon gardens, carefully sheltered from the outside world, and and with the pretty Potemkin parkland maintained by a discreet crew of unobtrusive pleb servants working whilst Marie slept. To update her famous – if apocryphal – remark: Let Bob Anderson eat solar panels.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 25, 2021 7:54 PM

What I appreciate about your post is that, unlike most people, you consider things from a broader perspective, over a longer timeline, you look beyond the horizon.

Most ideas, gripes, solutions, etc. stay within a more or less restricted realm of people’s myopic perception.

I’d venture to say that most people, city folk in particular, wouldn’t be able to light a fire, even if they had matches or even a can of gasoline. Ditto a vast array of other things. Who can fix their car today anymore? Or anything else?

Anyway, we should worry more about energy issues and the consequent demographics than this fucking BS-1984 shit because that’s what will matter in the long term and probably in the medium and short term too. In fact, that’s what this shit is all about anyway.

We gotta think centuries as opposed to months, weeks.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 1:59 AM
Reply to  Jacques


Well we gotta think decades at least…

Nastran
Nastran
Nov 25, 2021 9:32 PM

Discussion amongst people is more valuable than individual opinion.

Charlie
Charlie
Nov 25, 2021 9:39 PM

You’re right of course, but some home brew power can help the transition to rush lights and a shotgun to a cloth-yard shaft.

Peter Allen
Peter Allen
Nov 25, 2021 10:37 PM

Less of the Marie Antoinette and more of the Robinson Crusoe should do it.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 25, 2021 10:46 PM

Your Luddism is blurring your thinking. You in fact are more divorced from hard reality than many of those you rail against.

Even 400 years ago, heck 4,000 years ago we were dependent on technology we did not control. Do you think the people making copper axes were the same guys mining the copper? Do you think the guys using them were the same guys who made them?

Specialism, interdependence and dependence on technologies we don’t create has been a part of human society since skill sets were developed. It’s a robust system that can survive a petroleum shortage – supposing one happens.

Solar panels are quite specialized and not that useful in higher temperate zones, but a generator can last a lifetime if you have vegetable oil to run it on and basic skills to maintain it.

Ditto a mechanical pump. And if you don’t have a pump – dig a well.

Off grid only equals ‘subsistence’ for townies like you who don’t get how it works.

Fact Checker
Fact Checker
Nov 26, 2021 3:02 AM

The logger and the ax-smith and the miner in days of olde were permitted to engage in peaceful commerce with each other, and lived in a cohesive, cooperative society. These dynamics no longer exist, which is precisely why somebody would consider going “off-grid” in the first place. Now, we are prohibited from transacting unless we comply with monstrous pseudo-medical self-mutilation requirements. Innumerable layers of licensing, regulations, and red tape cut off all end-users from the raw materials necessary to do anything.

“Ditto a mechanical pump. And if you don’t have a pump – dig a well.”

So easy! Just need a shovel, amirite! No luddites, us!

Oh, and don’t forget the enormously expensive exploration permit, and massive amounts of regulatory supervision at the municipal, county, state and federal levels! Have fun!

Have you actually looked into the cost and requirements of attempting to dig a well in your jurisdiction, knowing that it might be a dry tap and you’ll have to start all over again? Ask Mr. Anderson about the cost and years of permitting and contracting he needed to do to dig his well! Just ask!

This is the hilarious pollyanna fantasism of today’s tech-raised city-slickers. And you jeer at “townies”! Lol.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 8:03 AM
Reply to  Fact Checker

>> And if you don’t have a pump – dig a well.

> So easy! Just need a shovel, amirite! No luddites, us!

Don’t forget bucket making skills …

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 8:28 AM
Reply to  Fact Checker

What kind of dystopia are you Cassandras predicting where civilization has fallen, the mining industry no longer exists, machine parts can’t be accessed, but town hall bureaucracy is still flourishing? 🤣🤣

Finding water is always a problem in some areas, but in the end times at least you won’t need a permit to start digging after the dowser has paid a visit.

Fact Checker
Fact Checker
Nov 26, 2021 6:54 PM

What matters is that City Hall is functioning now, when preparations must be made for the SHTF scenario that is going to happen later, sometime in the not-too-distant future. You seem to have a heuristic short-circuit that prevents you from parsing current, concrete circumstances from hypothetical contingent scenarios. You also have a normalcy bias that prevents you from extrapolating the likely economic dysfunction of the near future based on the very clear trajectory of current events. It’s very much like investing in capital improvements to your buggy-whip factory after City Hall announces that it is going to seize your property to clear room for a 24-lane automotive freeway.

The question is: what investments of resources now are likely to get a return post-TEOTWAWKI? I submit that rigging up hugely expensive solar systems and digging fantastically expensive wells is not a realistic way to prepare. Rather, it is really more of a hobby. The world isn’t going to look ANYTHING like it does now post-Great Reset. If you plan to stay put, you better prepare for hardscrabble subsistence farming, not wind-powered Nintendos.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 8:01 AM

“… a generator can last a lifetime if you have vegetable oil to run it on and basic skills to maintain it.”

Skills are a nice thing but what if a part break and you can’t get hold of a replacement?

Mr Y
Mr Y
Nov 26, 2021 8:13 AM

“a generator can last a lifetime”

The faith is strong in this one …

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Nov 26, 2021 12:06 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Not faith sweetheart, FACT. Diesel generators are robust and have fewer working parts to go wrong.

rechenmacher
rechenmacher
Nov 30, 2021 3:21 PM

I’ll lend you my pick-axe and my spade and you show me how you dig that well.

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 26, 2021 4:49 PM

the eighteenth century – at the latest. For many of our descendants, that’s the real future

Provided the Reset cabal does not get its way.

Jacques
Jacques
Nov 25, 2021 7:27 PM

Interesting insight into the history of the concept of lockdown:

“In 2001 this new approach to epidemiology had one of its first big outings in the UK, where Ferguson modelled the spread of foot-and-mouth disease amongst livestock. Because their models always predicted disaster, they told the government that the only thing to do was … wait for it … kill all the animals. “

https://eugyppius.substack.com/p/ignorant-and-afraid/comment/3761447

Stewart
Stewart
Nov 25, 2021 10:56 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Thanks for that link – a great piece of writing

excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 25, 2021 7:19 PM

dear, dear, not all shepherd’s look out for their flocks!

https://twitter.com/i/status/1463786804012888066

Edith
Edith
Nov 26, 2021 12:22 AM
Reply to  excommunicated

One for the chief minister of NT. Obviously it is true as the chief scientist of the world faucci says so.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Nov 25, 2021 7:04 PM

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“Move along now, nothing to see here. Just the Scamdemic Gestapo enforcing the ‘BIG LIE’, The Big Cull, the Great Ripoff and the Great Enslavement.”  

S Cooper
S Cooper
Nov 25, 2021 7:09 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Is that right?”
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Slick Willy’s work among wayward underage adolescents (of all genders) is unparalleled. One would think he would want it publicized. It could bring him a Nobel Peace Prize”      
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All aboard the Lolita Express Junket to Sex Slave Island.”

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 2:09 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

Well there’s a judge who doesn’t know the public at all.
I didn’t know nunneries trained judges…

What she really means is that the case details are too sensational and impure for her grandmother, who taught her to use the word, “impure”, instead of “smutty”…

excommunicated
excommunicated
Nov 25, 2021 7:22 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

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wardropper
wardropper
Nov 26, 2021 2:10 AM
Reply to  excommunicated