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The Three Faces of Evil

Karen Hunt

“People who claim that they’re evil are usually no worse than the rest of us… It’s people who claim that they’re good…that you have to be wary of.”
Gregory Maguire, Wicked

I’ve been sick over the holidays—not with the dreaded Covid, or the milder Omega, or the much milder Omicron, or whatever you want to call whatever it is that’s going around. I didn’t take a test for it, but my daughter did, and she has the same illness as me and she tested negative.

Of course, those tests…we will get into that later.

Anyway, I took some time off from my writing, enjoying my kids and my grandkids, finding so much joy and thankfulness in my family.

So here we go, back into the thick of things. Recapping the past two years and looking at what to expect in the coming months. And yes, it’s a long one, but not as long as RFK Jr’s brilliantly informative book, so there’s that.

On November 15, 2021, “[Maria], a German mother critical of the state’s Covid measures had her home raided and her children violently removed by police and child protective services.”

Over the Christmas holidays, Maria and other protestors, have been standing outside the quarantine center imprisoning children in isolation. They have been singing Christmas carols in the hope the children can hear them.

Back when Germans first started eliminating undesirable portions of society, they made up a word for them: Untermensch. Roughly translated it means “under” or an inferior person.

The realization that this is happening again, despite first-hand witnesses reminding us of the torture and death that was carried out on undesirables under the Nazi regime, should chill us to the bone. Soon the last of these brave souls will be gone. If we do not heed their warnings, what future do we have?

I wish I could write something more hopeful to start the year off. But I’m sorry, things are not better, they are not looking up. And now is not the time to pretend that they are. The MSM would like us to believe that “Americans saw 2021 as ‘chaos’ and a ‘train wreck’ but are hopeful about 2022.”

Ever true to inundating us with contradictory information, the latest live updates from the MSM tell us:

  1. Fauci warns of danger of hospitalization surge due to large number of COVID cases.
  2. Israel’s PM warns of a coming COVID-19 storm.Israel, the country who sold its people as one big Pfizer experiment, now finds cases have risen in the past two weeks from around 700 to the more than 4,000.

    “These are numbers that the world has not known, and that we also haven’t known,” Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said.

  3. Michigan schools hiring hundreds of mental health staffers to work with students because children are suffering, not from COVID, but from restrictions put on their lives because of it. One grandmother told me in tears of how the only way to get a mask off her fourteen year old granddaughter, even when no one is around, is to tear it off her face. She has watched her smart, intelligent granddaughter retreat further and further from the terrifying real world into the world of TikTok and Youtube influencers who are now the ones she goes to for friendship and solace.
  4. Dozens of US colleges and university’s returning to online classes, even though all students are required to be vaxxed and masked. In Wyoming a 16-year-old was arrested for not wearing a mask at school
  5. Cruise ships requiring 100% vaccinated passengers are being overrun by outbreaks.
  6. December 27th, 106 NFL players were placed on COVID-19 reserve, bringing total to 505 in that month.
  7. And in perhaps the most bizarre turn of events, half of the researchers at an isolated Antarctica Ice Center have come down with Covid. All of them are “fully vaccinated.”

Yet, incredibly, the frenzy to vaccinate every single person in the entire world, down to babies, continues at full speed. And why wouldn’t it? The fact that the vaccines don’t work has nothing to do with how successful they have been.

Not a single politician or media pundit that I can think of, except Candace Owens, has dared to even suggest the vaccines might be dangerous and we shouldn’t take them. They haven’t even spoken out against giving them to children.

Let me be clear, there are politicians like Rand Paul and Ron Johnson who have raised the point that people with natural immunity shouldn’t have to be vaccinated and those with vaccine injuries should be listened to. But that is not the same as questioning the vaccines themselves. Even Ron Desantis encourages people to get vaccinated.

It is equally troubling that our politicians do not give an ear to the hundreds and now thousands of doctors and nurses, researchers and scientists who are sounding the alarm on the dangers this experiment poses.

If you think my essays come across a trifle dark, don’t blame me, blame our leaders.

Biden’s promise when he took office one year ago to “shut down the virus” turned into “slow the spread” to “there isn’t anything the Federal government can do about it.” This he said right before turning his back on the country and hobbling off in the rain to celebrate New Year’s Eve at his beach house.

The week before, this buffoon’s Christmas message was to bestow his blessing on the vaccinated while telling the unvaccinated to prepare for a winter of “severe illness and death.” Imagine wishing death on millions of people you are supposed to serve.

Canada’s Justin Trudeau had his own special holiday message for the unvaccinated:

They don’t believe in science/progress and are often misogynistic and racist…. This leads us, as a leader and as a country, to make a choice: do we tolerate these people?”

Boris Johnson’s New Year’s appeal to the unvaccinated included “it could be you,” in the ICU.

Funny, because just right now I checked my news feed to find that Nearly Half of Omicron Cases in Houston Hospital System Among Vaccinated.

So, we have these schoolyard bullies running this scam across North America and the UK, not to mention the entire world, speaking rhetoric meant to incite hatred and violence, worthy of Hitler. And it is lie after lie after lie.

All of this, at a time when we should be celebrating the end of Covid. With Omicron we can reach herd immunity. In fact, it seems to be behaving in exactly the way most viruses behave, losing virulence as it becomes more contagious. Fantastic! Pack up your vaccine and your testing kits.

There should be no more need to impose these procedures when this illness is now no deadlier than the common cold. Yet, the pace quickens, and the experiments continue on infants and babies.

All those cloth masks children were wearing to school should be tossed into the trash with great fanfare. Instead, we are being warned that since cloth masks don’t really protect against viruses (wait, they’ve changed the messaging again?) it might become necessary for children to wear N95 masks in school. Children wearing N95 masks 8 hours a day and during play will cause even more health and psychological problems than they already have had, thanks to the cloth ones.

But there is something else quite sinister about these masks. Not only do they make everyone look the same. They make us all look like we have pig snouts. Imagine our masters partying with their beautiful, surgically improved faces free, while they are served by pigs.

I know. We want to believe things will get better in the coming year. Logically, they should. But we do not live in a logical world. We’ve been herded into a funhouse where sometimes it appears as if we are walking on the ceiling, sometimes we are elongated and skinny, sometimes short and fat, we wander from room to room, completely disoriented.

Any view of ourselves is grotesque and embarrassing. Each time we enter a room that looks normal, before we have a chance to fully adjust, the room begins to oddly tilt or shrink or expand, or the floor falls out and we end up in a dungeon.

After two years of this incongruity, the confusion is so rampant we cannot even get a straight answer about how many died from Covid. For all we know, most of them died from the flu. Plenty of people doubt Covid exists at all. The PCR testing, touted as the “gold standard,” will end in 2022.

Why? Because the CDC now tells us that it never worked in the first place. No apology, no acknowledgment that with such an admission every other “fact” they have told us could well be equally bogus.

And instead of saying, wait a minute, I’m not taking one of these faulty tests, people lined up for hours to do so. Proud and relieved, folks who were jabbed 3 times posted photos of their negative tests on social media saying now they could visit their friends and relatives after two years of isolation. What a victory!

And how about those at-home rapid Covid tests, which we are told are ‘reliable” but not as reliable as the PCR tests. So, wait. If the PCR tests aren’t reliable and the home-tests are even less reliable, why are we doing this?

Reputable doctors warned against Fauci’s orders in The Great Barrington Declaration, stating: “As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.”

For the record, here are the 3 originals creators of this document:

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist with expertise in detecting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety evaluations.

Dr. Sunetra Gupta, professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor at Stanford University Medical School, a physician, epidemiologist, health economist, and public health policy expert focusing on infectious diseases and vulnerable populations.

Dr. Fauci could not abide anyone disagreeing with his edicts and instead of listening, he doubled down on his murderous orders. As Robert F. Kennedy says in The Real Anthony Fauci:

Dr. Fauci’s protocols of “mandatory masking, social distancing, quarantining the healthy,” resulted in “business closures [that’] pulverized America’s middle class and engineered the largest upward transfer of wealth in human history.”

Fauci’s strategy of “instructing Covid patients to return home and do nothing—receive no treatment whatsoever—until difficulties in breathing sent them back to the hospital to submit to intravenous remdesivir and ventilation,” an approach never before advised in the history of pandemics, led to America racking up “the world’s highest body counts.”

Add to this the fallout that the GBC warned of, such as a rise in depression, suicide, untreated cancer and other diseases, not to mention increased starvation in poorer nations, and death count could well be beyond anything humanity has ever previously seen.

This was an illness of the elderly. But so are most illnesses. My mom, for example had to be very careful with the flu because she had contracted pneumonia previously. If my mom had died from pneumonia while she had the flu, I would never have said “My mom died from the flu.” I would have said she died from pneumonia.

I don’t recall anyone who happened to have a relative who died of cancer or a heart attack, but who also happened to have the flu at the same time, ever having described their relative or friend as having “died of the flu.”

No, maybe they might say, “She was so weak, it’s too bad she got the flu at the same time.” But as far as cause of death, they would have said, “She died of cancer.” “She died of a heart attack.” And that’s what would have been on the death certificate.

We begin the new year carrying on from where we left off, with massive testing. As I discussed in my latest essay War, massive testing means collecting DNA and collecting DNA means they can create bioweapons targeting certain ethnics groups or those with certain weaknesses and illnesses.

Too bad we didn’t pay attention when we had a chance.

In 2008, our prophet Bill Gates predicted that a coming disease could kill 30 million people within 6 months. He advised us to prepare for it as we do for war.

Revealing this publicly was a psychological move. Whether we took it seriously or not, the result on our minds would the same. What could we, as ordinary people do? We couldn’t save ourselves. But Bill Gates and his band of experts could. We would leave the hard work to them while we amused ourselves on social media.

I’m not a big fan of psychology in general but I agree with psychologist Emma Kenny who says social media “teaches us to externally gaze into worlds that we cannot change and have no impact or power over, instead of internally gazing into our own worlds which we have complete control and power over.

Instead of using it for a tool of aspiration, positivity and motivation, we use it against ourselves. We believe we are less than, have less than, and will be less than everyone else, because we can see all these other opportunities out there that we’re not able to engage in.”

These virtual connections create literally billions of passive people who believe they are actually doing something if they make a comment and 500 people like it. But all of those 500 people are just sitting there, too, wishing and hoping they can say something that will create the same reaction or even bigger. And no one has moved from their chairs in the meantime.

So, while we sat there, we trusted Gates and the experts he gathered around him to protect us. We might not have liked Gates, we might even have thought of him as slightly weird, but he was doing what we could not.

Gates’ woeful predictions became a distant memory while we fell further and further under the spell of the technological devices they sold to us—a new one every year that we simply had to line up and buy the very day it was released so we could be “ahead of everyone else;” our children not just begging but insisting they get phones and tablets too or they would make our lives a misery.

In the process we learned well the easy art of giving up our data to Facebook, Google, Tik Tok and pretty much any website we wanted to browse.

The gathering of information and control over its dissemination became the key to power. Ever since Adam and Eve ate the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, we have had an insatiable appetite for knowledge. If you don’t believe the biblical story, you can still agree with the validity of its premise.

Easy access to knowledge was how they wooed us. We no longer needed to remember anything. It was all stored in our devices. Who even knows their own children’s phone numbers anymore? Your phone will tell you. You don’t need to use your own reflexes or avoid running into the car in front of you. Many people now have “smart houses.” Alexa is in every room. You can talk to her, and she obeys your commands. She listens. All the time.

And as I have talked about in other essays, it will not be long before we will be one with our devices. Some people argue that we already are. But that is not true. You can still turn off your phone. You can turn off Alexa. Except very few of us do.

Once we are melded with our machines, we will never be able to turn off anything.

The big question, as the new golden boy Elon Musk muses, is whether or not we will be able to control AI or if it will control us.

“As AI gets probably much smarter than humans, the relative intelligence ratio is probably similar to that between a person and a cat, maybe bigger,” Musk told Swisher. “I do think we need to be very careful about the advancement of AI.”

And lest you still don’t get it—we are the cat and AI is the person. And no, this isn’t science fiction. It’s here, right now.

Considering the lies and the cover-ups and how badly the “experts” have botched Covid, why would we have any confidence that they will do any better with protecting us from AI? Covid and AI go hand in hand. Covid is useless without our advances in AI.

While we were being hypnotized by the voices inside our heads, Gates and his buddies were busily taking control of our bodies and our minds.

In the winter of 2020, just after we had celebrated the New Year—you could say our last year of innocence—the overlords determined the time was right and they hit us. Hard. The velvet gloves of seduction came off. We found ourselves reeling from punch after punch.

Bruised and broken, beaten down from a steady diet of fear and guilt, we allowed ourselves to be imprisoned, muzzled, tracked and traced.

And yet, something amazing happened. Millions of us woke up. We began to question in ways we never had before. We began to notice how every media pundit repeated the exact same words. We saw Fauci’s lying contradictions. We grew more suspicious than we’d already been of drug companies. Why the mad rush? What weren’t they telling us?

We revisited those videos out of China with people dropping like flies in the streets. They were so obviously fake. Like those campy Godzilla movies (I love those) how could anyone have believed they were real?

And then, we asked ourselves, could the entire thing have been staged? We tried to voice our concerns. Naively speculating to our friends on social media, because surely other people saw it, too?

We were stunned to find that our questions were met with vicious attacks. If we dared continue, we were discredited, made fun of, even threatened with losing our jobs. Families and friends disowned us.

For many of us, our suspicions only grew. We researched more, beyond the State-sanctioned media. We found others who were asking questions, too. We realized we weren’t alone. We became part of a growing movement. When we saw highly regarded health specialists being discredited, and that they still refused to back down, they inspired us to do the same. We gained strength and courage.

And this is where our hope lies. We have survived the poison, the lies, the fear mongering, the threats. And all we do is grow stronger because of it.

This does not mean the darkness will end. It does not mean some happily ever after, like a Disney movie. Far from it. We’ve been taught that success means a quick fix, like a new drug or a new car, or a new house.

But there is no quick fix for battles of the spirit. We have overcome, not tomorrow, not next year, but right now. In this moment we are conquerors. Not because our exterior circumstances have changed. But because our spirits have grown stronger. Because our eyes are open. We have seen through the lies and embraced the truth.

Who knows what the future holds? It all could miraculously end, although, honestly, that’s the longest shot conceivable. Or the suffering could escalate, even to the point of imprisonment or death for some. Does that mean we should shake in our boots with fear, we should be discouraged and give up? Absolutely not. It means we become more determined. How could we possibly give up and go back to the way we were before? Close our minds to the truth and accept the lie?

The truth has set us free. Even if they put us in prison, we are free. It is those who are allowing themselves to be violated by countless jabs and muzzles that are in the prisons of their own making. They are afraid while we are not. That is why they hate us so much.

And that is why I have called my Substack writing “Break Free.”

Artur Pawlowski, the pastor of Street Church and the Cave of Adullam in Calgary, Alberta, comes to mind, who has recently been arrested again for peacefully protesting against Covid restrictions outside the home of Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping. Paulowski knows about persecution. He came to Canada from Poland. In videos of his arrests, you can hear him calling Canada “Chinadon” and calling the officers “Gestapo Nazis.”

This tugs at my heart since as a child, my family smuggled Bibles behind the Iron Curtain and I saw first-hand the persecution of Christians there. To see this happening in the “free world” is chilling.

If we ask ourselves, would we rather have stayed asleep or would we rather have awakened, I know my answer. I think I know the answer of most people who are reading this now. I am thankful to be awake, not “woke,” and I can only pray that more and more people will do likewise.

Within this context, we can truly say with much love and joy in our hearts that we are thankful for the past two years.

Sometimes I feel as if I am in a medieval morality play. There are many actors in this play, and I’ve previously discussed quite a few of them. But right now, at the beginning of the new year, three faces of evil swim before my eyes:

President Joe Biden, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Bill Gates.

Like a three-headed monster inextricably, they sway this way and that, telling us riddles and punishing us when we refuse to give the irrational answers they demand. These three men were anointed with the power to rule our lives and no matter how deceitful, murderous, or just plain stupid they are proven to be, their power only multiplies.

Watching and listening to them expound from their thrones, I wonder, who are they really? What are they behind their masks?

With Biden it isn’t difficult to ascertain: Not much. Surely it is some kind of joke that this man is the “most powerful leader in the world.” Weak and easily corrupted, his choices as a career politician groomed him to be used, abused and manipulated as an elderly man.

Although he may be in cognitive decline, being president was the highest goal he, or any politician, could ever hope to achieve. So, you know he wanted to be right where he is now. We should take heed. Biden is exactly what they want us all to be: shells of our former selves into which they can pour their poison. We can call him Biden the Buffoon.

Dr. Fauci is the High Priest of the One World Church, a sorcerer casting spells on both the government and the people, ensuring that we follow the edicts of the church: obsessive testing, handwashing and wearing of masks, properly distancing from one another, rejecting and condemning the unclean, and unquestioningly submitting to church-sanctioned medical procedures, no matter how invasive or potentially dangerous they may be. We must believe in the science.

To question Fauci is to question science. Fauci is Science.

When the light reflects off Fauci’s glasses, I imagine a horror movie, where a girl is walking down a long, dark corridor and rounds a corner to see him standing there, silent and staring, except she can’t see his eyes, only that frosted light. Where to run? There is nowhere to hide from an eyeless High Priest who sees and knows all. No matter how many crimes he has committed, nothing ever sticks, he’s as slippery as an eel, having seen the rise and demise of 6 presidents while he remained, as entrenched as ever.

And then there is the Prophet of Doom, Bill Gates, who comes before us with boundless energy, waving his hands in glee every time he predicts another disaster. There have been so many of them and there will be so many more. But never fear, Gates is here.

It was in 1955, the year Gates was born, that the first call to eradicate malaria was heard. Malaria was still with us by 2007, the year Gates made the same promise. By 2014, he was still vowing to eradicate the disease. Instead of eliminating the mosquitoes that cause malaria, repeating the tactic that had so effectively eliminated the disease by the early 1900s in the Americas, Gates chose to continue the expensive chemical and gene therapy technology that had started up in the 1930s.

Why not follow the simplest, easiest solution that actually worked? Here is one of the most sinister reasons, laid out in my essay COVID and the Greater Good:

It was on June 13, 2013 that the Supreme Court “published their ruling in an important lawsuit case, unanimously finding that isolated but otherwise unmodified genes were products of nature and therefore not patent eligible subject matter. However, cDNA, or synthetic DNA molecules that contain only the exons of a gene, do involved an inventive step, and thus remain patent eligible.

Genes that are modified within our bodies can be patented. They can be owned by men like Bill Gates. Just as he is doing with mosquitoes. Just as he is doing with food. We are another product he can modify to his liking.

The same scenario played out with AIDS. Empty promises and moving goalposts. While the bodies piled up, billions of dollars were squandered on academic research, the bolstering of corrupt institutions like WHO and NIH, glittering awards ceremonies and highly publicized conferences, along with the never-ending production of new drugs rather than the helping of communities to gain better health practices.

Under these shameful protocols of drugs rather than healthy habits, the Western world has become sicker, with the United States leading the pack.

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, with its right arm Biontech, is strong-arming out other drug companies like Johnson & Johnson and Moderna, taking the lead as the most powerful drug company in the world.

In September 2019, Gates prophetically bought $55 million – to reach 10 million – shares in BIONTECH, right before 3 Wuhan scientists were believed to have gotten infected with Covid that November.”

With such an investment, there was no way Pfizer could be allowed to fail, no matter how it deserved to.

Incredibly, billions of people the world over, at Biden, Fauci and Gates’ encouragement, are now allowing this company to experiment upon them; a company so profoundly corrupt that in 2009 it was ordered to pay $2.3 billion due to allegations that the company illegally promoted uses of four of its drugs. At that time, it was the largest fraud payout in history.

Parents start meticulously researching preschools before their children are even born. If they find out the preschool has a history of hiring pedophiles and hiding the fact, do they say, fantastic, that’s exactly where I want my children to be? Of course not.

Yet, somehow, parents didn’t find it important to research a company that wanted to inject an experimental gene therapy inside of their children.

If they had, they would have found out what happened to children in Nigeria 25 years ago. Out of 200 children who participated in a Pfizer Trovan drug trial during a meningitis epidemic, 11 died. It was later discovered that Pfizer tampered with and backdated an approval letter from a Nigerian ethics committee to justify the experiment.

A panel of Nigerian medical experts concluded that Pfizer violated international law by testing an unapproved drug on children with brain infections without ever even obtaining permission from the Nigerian government or the parents of the children.

Pfizer said its motives were purely “philanthropic.,” a claim the Nigerian committee rejected since the Pfizer physicians completed their trial and left while “the epidemic was still raging.”

Pfizer was developing Trovan for release in the United States, where it was expected to gross up to $1 billion a year.

The FDA never approved Trovan for American children. Yet, it was cleared for adults in 1997 and became one of the most prescribed antibiotics in the United States. Later, it was discovered that Trovan was associated with liver damage and deaths. In 1999, the FDA severely restricted its use. It has been banned in Europe.

Then there’s the nearly $300 million Pfizer paid to 3,000 trial participants who developed suicidal thoughts and severe psychological disorders while taking the smoking cessation drug, Chantix. Common sense should tell the “experts” to demand that the toxic chemical additives be removed from cigarettes. But that would do what they do not want to have happen: it would solve the problem rather than perpetuate it.

Check out The Covid World, where people not only tell their personal stories of vaccine injuries, but “The Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA), a group of over 500 independent Canadian doctors, scientists and health care practitioners, has released a video presentation called The Pfizer Inoculations For COVID-19 – More Harm Than Good. The evidence it presents about Pfizer’s safety trials for its mRNA vaccine is truly shocking.”

As for Moderna, it never had a drug approved before its experimental mRNA gene therapy. Taking an injection from Moderna is like searching for a heart surgeon and picking the one with zero reviews because he’s never even performed a single surgery.

Yet people shrug and take the jab. Never mind that, true to form, Pfizer has lied and fudged on data with its Pfizer Covid trials. Never mind that you cannot sue these companies if something goes horribly wrong. Never mind that you cannot even see what is in the contracts our governments have signed on our behalf.

Would you buy a house, sight unseen, and then, when presented with the contract, put a blindfold on and sign because the seller has assured you that you can “trust them?”

The latest VAERS report:

Millions of zombie citizens shrugged along with Biden as he walked off into the rain at the start of a new year. Oh well. There’s nothing we can do about it.

Those VAERS reports?

Lies.

Those reputable doctors begging for us to listen to their concerns?

Frauds.

Friends and family members who tell us to please not get that booster?

Idiots.

Millions obediently line up for their boosters. In Israel they are going on their fourth jab.

Yes, the last two years have been terrible. The endless disasters have kept our minds occupied. However, now that we are fully awake, it is imperative that we look beyond the past two years to the broader picture and take heed of honest experts like Ronald Ross who received the Nobel Prize for his malaria research in 1902 and warned against “researches of little value” like the ones from Pfizer that do not benefit the people being experimented upon, only the elite funding them and the chemical companies they own.

Robert F. Kennedy describes in his new book, The Real Anthony Fauci, the reasons behind it all and how Fauci and Gates built an army set to take over the world.

“As the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) — part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) — Fauci has a $6.1 billion budget that he distributes to colleges and universities to do drug research for various diseases. He has another $1.7 billion that comes from the military to do bioweapons research.”

Over the years, Fauci has carefully built his army of “heads of state, health ministers, international health regulators, the WHO, the World Bank, the World Economic Forum, key leaders from the financial industry and military officials who served as command center of the burgeoning Biosecurity Apparatus.”

Beneath them are the “foot soldiers;” thousands of doctors, hospital administrators, health officials, researchers, who are all dependent on money flowing from Fauci and Gates’ vast network of charities, government institutions and for-profit companies.

The NIH alone controls an annual $37 billion budget distributed in over 50,000 grants supporting over 300,000 positions globally in medical research.

All those years in Africa experimenting with HIV, malaria, and who knows what all, led Fauci to the nearly indestructible position he was in when Covid broke. The time had come for Fauci and Gates to boldly expand their experiments to include, literally, everyone. In January 2020, we were all dropped into Fauci’s and Gates’ petri dish.

I like to think I have jumped out of the petri dish. I know I would never willingly stay inside of it. Still, I wonder what it will take to really declare freedom.

Just a few days ago a friend in England who would rather die than be jabbed told me that every single person in the country received a message reminding them to get their booster. Mind you, this message wasn’t on some app people could choose to download, it was a text on her phone.

I’ve suggested it in other essays but perhaps our freedoms will narrow so far that we will have to decide at last, do we give in or do we give up every single technological device that we own, thereby cutting ourselves off completely from the rest of the humanity?

National Geographic warned us on December 29, 2021, “COVID-19 variants will keep coming until everyone can access vaccines.”

They will not stop until every single person on the planet has been injected.

Testing, testing, testing. I cannot say it enough. Testing is where it’s at. Conditioning people to take these tests monthly, weekly, daily, it will become such a chore that people will welcome the technology placed under their skin so it will do the hard work for them.

Biden promises us 500 million at-home rapid covid tests, but the “health experts” say even that isn’t enough. Can you imagine the chaos when everyone is forced to test; the psychological toll it will take on children—on everyone?

Just like his Pfizer purchase right before the pandemic, Gates, along with George Soros, bought out Mologic, a U.K.-based maker of Covid tests, for $41 Million.

Gates pretty much owns the UK as far as health policies around Covid. In 2017, UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (MHRA) awarded over £980,000 for collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization.

Gates also funds Professor Andrew Pollard, the chair of JCVI and Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Oxford. It’s too much to explore here the shady goings-on of that cozy little cohort.

Each time I open my computer, swimming before my eyes is the 3-headed monster, guiding us further toward destruction. And off we go.

There are obvious murderers. Death Row is filled with themmonsters who killed, how many—one, two, or more if they were serial killers?

Small potatoes.

Biden, Fauci and Gates are responsible for the deaths of millions. And yet they are rewarded as saviors.

What, I wonder with some fascination, do these ministers of death talk about when they get together privately amongst themselves? The weather? Perhaps they are too distrustful, even of each other. After all, they are old hands at palace intrigue and guard their positions jealously.

So, how about when they go home to their spouses and their children? Surely, they let down their defenses. Do they hug and kiss their kids, read them stories and tuck them into bed at night? Do they sit at the dinner table and talk with their spouses about their challenging days? Do they drink too much and then feel guilty afterwards? Do they make New Year’s Resolutions?

When they look in the mirror, do they see themselves as benevolent minsters of health and reason? Saviors of future generations? Do they believe in their heart of hearts that they are doing good? Do they believe history will treat them well?

Do they take the drugs they tell us we should take? Have they all been vaccinated against Covid? How would we ever really know?

Have they injected their own children?

When they go to bed at night after a long, hard day, do they sleep easily, with a clear conscience?

Do you think that’s possible? That they even have a conscience?

Are they capable of empathy?

Did Stalin feel guilty? Or Hitler?

Are such comparisons going too far?

Nations argue over the official meaning of the word “genocide,” which covers national, ethnic, racial and religious groups. Naimark, author of the book Stalin’s Genocides, argues that we need a much broader definition of genocide, one that includes the killing of social classes and political groups. Not only did Stalin kill “over a million of his own people but millions more died due to liquidation and repression of the so-called kulaks, the Ukrainian famine, the purge of nationalities, and the Great Terror.”

When all is told, not today, but one day in the future, Biden, Fauci, Gates and their other accomplices will have been responsible not only for “Covid deaths” but the millions more that will have accumulated thanks to their malevolent mandates, laws and edicts. Hitler and Stalin and other leaders of the past killed within nations. Our monsters kill throughout the entire world.

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Have you ever met a murderer?

I met one once. Or at least, someone who had been convicted of murder. Because truth is never easy to discern and whoever tells the best story usually wins, regardless of whether it’s true or not.

It was over ten years ago that I sat across the table from California death row inmate Maureen “Mikki” McDermott. I did this on two occasions, traveling up from Los Angeles to Chowchilla Women’s Prison, spending a total of approximately 5 hours each time with her.

Back in June of 1990, Mikki, a registered nurse, had been sentenced to death for a particularly heinous and callous crime.

Five years earlier, Mikki had hired a hospital orderly, Jimmy Luna, to murder her roommate, Stephen Eldridge, so she could collect a $100,000 mortgage insurance policy. Stephen, co-owner of the house where they lived together, was stabbed 44 times and his penis cut off by Luna.

Mikki and Stephen were both gay and this was made much of in the trial, which took place in 1985 at the height of the AIDS scare. Luna claimed Mikki had ordered him to cut off the penis so the police would think it was a crime committed by a crazed lover or a homphobe.

So why had I gone to visit a monster like Mikki?

It was 1997 that I met private investigator Casey Cohen. At that time, I was president of InsideOUT Writers, a creative writing program for incarcerated youth that I had founded with then Catholic Chaplain of Central Juvenile Hall, Sister Janet Harris.

The youth I worked with were kids who were facing life sentences thanks to Biden’s draconian laws. Many of those youths I remained friends with until this day.

Some, instead spending their lives in prison, went on to be lawyers and run businesses, most just went on to live ordinary lives. Others spent the rest of their lives in prison. One fourteen year old girl, Erika, finally had a chance to get out a couple of years ago. She was so afraid of being free that she committed suicide shortly before her release. Everyone’s story is different.

It was Janet who had introduced me to Casey. I used to joke when I walked through the grounds of CJH, the Catholic nun on one side of me and the atheist Jew on the other side, that I was perfectly balanced. Those were great days, but they didn’t last.

Casey on the far left with the beard, interviewing a witness.

Casey’s real name was Kaddish, meaning in Hebrew “a prayer for the dying.” He often spoke of his name ruefully, as if it was a kind of curse given to him by his father who hadn’t been religious but had bowed to the power of tradition. With Casey’s thick beard and soulful brown eyes, he was like a father confessor and witnesses and criminals alike found themselves confessing their deepest and darkest secrets.

At the time I met him, Casey had the reputation as one of the foremost authorities on the death penalty phase. He was usually hired by the defense during the habeas appeal to help uncover stories from the murder’s past in order to humanize them so that they could escape the death penalty for life in prison.

Casey had worked on some of the most notorious murder trials in the country, all the way back to the tragic murder involving Marlon Brando’s son, Christian Brando.

He was a favorite of famed criminal attorney Leslie Abramson and his last job involved her client, 18 year old Jeremy Stromeyer.

On May 25, 1997, at 3:47 am, Jeremy followed 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson into the bathroom of a Nevada casino and molested and killed her, twisting her neck to make sure she was dead, just like he’d seen on TV.

You’re probably thinking as you read this, what a morbid world, how did you end up there? That’s a longer story than I have room to tell here, but suffice it to say, it was a world that interested me.

After all, I was working with incarcerated youth who were facing life sentences for serious crimes. From Casey, I learned how better to talk to the girls who were in my first writing group and how to help them share their stories.

“Everybody reads about Jeremy, but no one comes to know Jeremy the way I do,” Casey told me during those days before the trial. “No one else hears him speak those barely audible words. And then I have the responsibility of interpreting it all so the attorney can go into the courtroom like into the lion’s den, and fight for their client’s life. People may think they don’t deserve saving, but when it comes to the courtroom, it isn’t a moral issue. It’s about honesty and fairness. Well it should be. But most often it’s about power and political careers. If you can beat them at their own game, now that’s a victory.”

Over the course of his career, Casey had traveled the world in search of those stories. He’d gone anywhere, down some dark alley in Chinatown, or across the world to some mountainous village, interviewing the friends and families of convicted murders. He complained that the stories came to fill him like poison.

Hearing Casey talk about the stories as poison caused me great sadness. From the first time I met him, at a little Mexican restaurant not far from the downtown courthouse, frequented by lawyers, detectives and judges, I’d found out he was dying of cancer. I would know him for only three years.

When Casey wasn’t working on murder trials, he worked with Charlie English, known at that time as “attorney to the stars,” handling damage control with the likes of Tommy Lee when he got in trouble for allegedly abusing Pamela Andersen; or Robert Downey Jr. when he was picked up for drug or alcohol related charges, in the days before he turned his life around.

Casey’s job was fascinating and dangerous, inhabited by a host of characters more colorful than any movie, with him the most colorful of all.

But it was Mikki’s case that troubled Casey until the very end. He was sure she had been innocent. He talked about it to me often and I came to know the case very well. I never questioned Casey’s assessment. After all, he was the expert, not me, and highly regarded in the field by his peers. Even the BBC had taken notice, doing a segment on his life for their Everyman series.

Casey had worked on Mikki’s habeas appeal with attorney Verna Wefald. They had done their best, but her appeal had been denied. He couldn’t bear the thought of Mikki sitting in a sterile room on death row, day after day, year after year, never being free again. Never traveling to far off lands, as she had hoped to do.

So, he started writing her letters. Only they weren’t ordinary letters. They were the most fantastical letters you could ever imagine. Within the pages of the letters, Casey created an imaginary world, inhabited by wild and wonderful characters.

Casey wrote as if he were one of those characters, calling himself C. and her M. Each letter talked as if he was in some exotic location, Paris, Rome, San Franscisco during the 60s, a tropical island, running into old flames and dangerous acquaintances, attending wild parties.

None of it was true. But it was true within the world of the letters and when I read them, I was transported into that world and saw it all. I thought of Mikki receiving the letters, taking them out of the envelope, settling on her bunk, and sailing away on a ship of imagination. Away, away, from the purgatory of waiting, waiting for death.

Here is a little taste of one of the letters:

Dear M

Do you remember the endless days and nights of heat and the painful summer we spent in Brazil (before you ran off with Bobbi Havana)? I can still see the room we rented, the large window overlooking the river. I dreamed about that time last night and it was like we were there again. I felt the tropical air. I saw the restaurant we would walk to down the dark, tree-lined path that led from our back yard. I heard the music and saw the lights of the town and the colorful, slow moving boats dancing on the water. In all my previous letters, in all my recriminations and complaints about your friends, I never mentioned, nor did I think, about that time or of Bobbi. What brought this up?

I can’t say where I’ve been recently, but for five days I was trapped (depressed and lonely without you) in a cabin in a very remote park. Night after night I sat up, propped against the pillows, listening to the hissing rain on the trees just outside my open window. One night I must have been drifting off to sleep when I was startled by a sudden flash of strobe-like lightening and a loud reverberating thunder that seemed to go on forever.

When I was fully awake I saw a living black stripe on the wall opposite the bed. When I walked closer it turned out to be a column of ants seemingly stirred by the heat and humidity, crossing horizontally from the window to a crack in the wall on the other side of the room. The column was fully four inches wide and at least 12 feet long. Eventually, the weather let up and in that brief time I walked outside just as a full moon came into view through an opening in the clouds, which were moving quickly across the sky. Then more lightening, rolling volleys of thunder and rain even more relentless than before.

I came inside and picked up a book of poetry which had been unread since I stuffed it into a compartment of my suitcase weeks earlier before I left Malaysia. Here was what it said on the page that fell open:

Do not think
after the clouds have vanished away,
“How bright it has become!”
For in the sky, all the while,
The moon of dawn.

At that moment I realized what a fool I had been not to see my M., the M. I had known, the M. I had traveled with in Europe (during that golden age). I realized I didn’t know you then and that just possibly it was why you ran off with the likes of that aged, disgusting Artur, who I later learned was a unit leader in the Hitler Youth. And it explains why the Bobbi Havana episode.

Now I know why your tears fell like raindrops and why that melancholy air after the fun stopped. I understand why you needed people and why you threw yourself into planning parties with such intensity. That night the clouds parted, I understood the brightness that was hidden all that time. I know I was miserable to be with much of the time. And there were many occasions you had to take care of me.

Madrid, for example. New Year’s Eve. A closet-sized room, confined to a squalid little bed, shivering and coughing. A small light bulb hanging overhead from a wire. And despite the fatigue, the apprehension and depression, lacking the will to stand and turn off that light, listening to the Christmas music on the street below, hungry, shabby, unshaven.

And eventually a deep sleep in which I dreamed of “our” beach in Mexico. Bright, hot sunshine. Dos Equis on ice. Tanned bodies. No longer racked by coughing spasms. Young again. Healthy. Do you remember my white suit? Do you remember the night you took my hand and led me on to the open dance floor? My dream didn’t last long.

When the door burst open, you were there with Mario, (our bartender friend from Barcelona). You had run into him on the street and somehow located me. I can still see the shock on your face. But what a joy it was. My misery instantly turned to hope. My self-pity erased. My survival assured.

And because of you, M. The way you washed my face and dressed me. And then you and Mario helping me down the stairs and into a waiting taxi. And before I knew it we were at Fatumbi’s villa. Fatumbi (“reborn”), how appropriate. Is it any wonder I can’t abandon you no matter what?

Now, some sad news. Fatumbi is dead. Yes, he was in his 90’s. No one knows for sure. He was so vibrant, alive, interested in the world until the end. He was the only European to penetrate the Yoruba society and learn their language. I heard he was even a “priest” in Africa where he learned voodoo. They said he was a babalao, a father of secrets. What secrets he must have taken with him. We were so lucky to have known him and learned from him.

Enough for now, M. I will no longer have a sarcastic tone when I refer to you as the Jewel of Paris. I will no longer refer to your wardrobe as “tres tackeee.” I will send you postcards from my destinations. And who knows. There is still our Paris, our Barcelona, our songs, our true friends. And, as always, you are in my thoughts.

M., if you know how to get in touch with Danielle, the one whose mother let us use her house when we flew to the Cote d’Azure, please let me know. Raphael Limon (sourpuss) asked me to locate her.

Forever, C.

Perhaps you can see now why I considered Casey’s gift to me of the letters as beyond any price. I began to research the letters. I found that reality was mixed with fiction. When he spoke of illness or special places, of M being abandoned, they were subtle hints of things that had really happened.

When I discovered that Fatumbi, “Reborn,” was a real person named Pierre Verger, I started writing about all of it. That writing has ended up being almost 400 pages. Will it ever find its way into the world beyond my imagination? I don’t know.

All thanks to Casey, who took the lives of monsters and found who they were beyond the one moment of their terrible crimes, absorbed their tragedies and turned it all over the lawyers and prosecutors, judges and courts to then decide their fate.

What sort of a person would think up such letters let alone write them, to a woman on death row, so despised and feared, convicted of such a gruesome murder? Only one person, Kaddish “Casey” Cohen.

Casey asked me to draw a picture, inspired by the last letter he sent to her, and I did. Here it is:

Shortly before his death, he asked me to please visit Mikki. Who knows, he said, perhaps one day you’ll write about us all.

I promised I would. It took me 10 years to fulfill my promise, but I finally did.

You can imagine after all those years, all the letters and the stories he had told me about Mikki, I was filled with a nervous excitement to see her at last.

And so, I found myself sitting there in that tiny room, a big glass window on one side with a burly guard outside, wondering what to say to this tiny woman that I towered over. She looked so ordinary, it was hard to imagine her thinking up such a devious, horrific murder and then carrying it out. I’d written to her first, of course, explaining who I was, and she’d agreed for me to visit. A friend of Casey’s was always welcome she told me.

Sitting there with Mikki, we talked about her life on death row, she told me about the other women, many of whom were there for killing abusive partners or their own children.

She told me how she only got out once a day for a short period, to walk around and around a tiny yard with walls so high all you could see was a square of sky far above.

Once, a bird had fallen from the sky and she and the other women with her gathered around it. Mikki picked it up. It was the first time in years she had felt another living being, feeling it’s small heart fluttering inside.

Those murderers prayed and pleaded for the bird not to die and then, suddenly it ruffled its feathers and flew off again and disappeared.

That was the best story I heard. Otherwise, she talked about other friends who wrote to her, the television shows she watched. When I mentioned the letters, I expected a light to shine in her eyes, a far-off expression of nostalgia to overtake her. But nothing of the sort happened. She had forgotten about them.

They hadn’t held any magic for her. It didn’t occur to her how brilliant and how unique the letters were. Her TV shows were much more interesting.

That moment reinforced what Casey had said, that most murderers are boring people.

I began to doubt Casey’s version. Could he have been wrong? Why had he been so insistent that she was innocent. I ended up meeting with Verna Wefald and reading through the 1,000 pages of the habeas trial. I saw how the original trial and Mikki’s conviction had certainly been unfair.

The prosecutor Katherine Mader had formerly defended Angelo Buono, one of the Hillside Stranglers. In that case, she had fawned over Buono and treated him like a misguided little boy, a tactic used to humanize him for the jury.

With Mikki, she did the opposite, likening her to ‘a Nazi working in the crematorium by day and listening to Mozart by night,’ a ‘mutation of a human being,’ a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing,’ a person who ‘stalked people like animals,’ and someone who had “resigned from the human race.”

Casey had explained all this to me and that a trial like that can make or break a District Attorney’s career. Mader won the case. And she became a Superior Court Judge.

Casey had known what I came later to understand very well myself, that whoever tells the best story, or perhaps even more important, whoever tells the story with the most money and press behind it, is the one that wins.

Perhaps Casey had wanted desperately for this one story that he had told of Mikki to be true. And in that, he was no different from anyone else. We all create the stories of our lives, and we tell them over and over and we want them to be true.

Was Mikki innocent, or had she told herself that story so often over the years that now she actually believed it? How about Biden, Fauci and Gates. I knew they weren’t innocent. There was no doubt in my mind. But had they told themselves the story of their benevolence so often that they, too, believed it?

Mikki was a nurse. She had made a vow to save her patients. When she had first been put in jail, awaiting her trial, she’d saved another woman’s life who’d been choking on an apple.

“Is that the action of a murderer?” she demanded of me, her eyes, always wide as if confronting some confounding surprise, grew wider, her voice taking on a slightly belligerent tone.

I could only shake my head, no, of course not.

Biden, Fauci and Gates were all public servants of different sorts. Each one could point to countless lives they had saved. Surely, they would never knowingly, willingly kill anyone?

Mikki refused to talk about the crime. She had reason to be distrustful. The press had eaten her alive during the trial and a terrible TV movie had been made about the crime. She refused to support me in writing about her life and her case.

And that made me wonder. She had nothing more to lose. She’d already been condemned to death. Why wouldn’t she want a better version to be left behind, not just the sordid tale that was out there?

After the second visit she cut me off and I never went back. In fact, even without her cutting me off I doubt I would have returned. It seemed after the initial spark of interest on both sides, we had nothing more to say to one another.

To this day, the doubts remain. Is she innocent or not?

Of one thing, I am sure. I would never want to share a house with her.

In a series of tweets right before Christmas, a concerned Bill Gates said he planned to cancel most of his holiday plans and warned that the United States “could be entering the worst part of the pandemic.”

At the same time, he assured us that we would likely see the pandemic wind down. In Bill Gates’ “2021 Year in Review” he wrote:

“In a couple years, my hope is that the only time you will really have to think about the virus is when you get your joint COVID and flu vaccine every fall.”

“My hope.” Did he truly hope? Could someone cause mass murder and actually think he had never done it, only wanted the best for everyone?

Those words of his sound all the more sinister because they are said with such conviction.

Biden will be gone and easily replaced.

But for Fauci and Gates, they are setting the stage so that, even when they depart this earth their legacy will never die.

“It’s possible that new variants could evade our countermeasures and become fully resistant to current vaccines or past infection, necessitating vaccine adaptations,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

He chided leaders of wealthier nations, saying that “reactionary political movements fostered vaccine inequity and created the ideal conditions for the emergence of new variants.”

Great. More proof that despite the good news of Covid becoming a regular illness like the common cold, we are only dipping our feet into the new reality of deadly plagues, But not the plagues of the past. Genetically engineered ones that target certain populations.

By the time everyone is happily getting their yearly Covid/flu jab, these highest servants of our overlords could well be in control of the entire pharmaceutical empire, having pushed out other companies like J&J and Merck, administering their concoctions to a world population so addled by addictions they are no longer capable of doing anything except holding out their arms or swallowing their pills or being infused with drug cocktails directly into their skin.

Imagine the day when everyone has technology implanted into their bodies at birth, that monitors everything they do, sending that information to government agents.

I remember when traveling behind the Iron Curtain as a child. In all the hotels, on every floor, sat an old lady at the end of the corridor, a babushka, who watched and reported on all the comings and goings. We were warned of listening devices inside our rooms.

Before entering each country, we had to buy gas vouchers, having calculated exactly how much gas we would need. We were only allowed to travel on certain roads and on the rare occasions when we deviated, even when it was out in the middle of nowhere, a car magically appeared to direct us back en route.

Imagine having someone like that inside your skin, reminding you to take your mediation, telling you if you’d eaten too much sugar that day, knowing where you had been and no doubt listening to all your conversations.

By the time we get to the pandemic that Gates warned us about in 2008, people will be begging for this level of control. Covid was just a test run. It did what it was supposed to do. It killed the elderly and those with comorbidities such as diabetes and heart disease. Of course, neither Gates nor the others wanted it to kill themselves or their own children.

Remember Italy, the first Western nation hit so hard by Covid in the beginning? We all watched in horror as the country was brought to its knees by this terrifying virus that no one seemed to know anything about.

An article in Bloomberg says that 99% of people who died from coronavirus in Italy were elderly with preexisting conditions. The average age was around 80. And 60% suffered from at least 3 preexisting illnesses while a fifth had two.

In the United States the CDC tells us that “more than 81% of COVID-19 deaths occur in people over age 65. The number of deaths among people over age 65 is 80 times higher than the number of deaths among people aged 18-29.”

This has been a disease of the elderly. For most of those elderly, they died alone, in cold, clinical rooms, not surrounded by loved ones but by masked strangers. They were not even allowed funerals.

And now, for those elderly who remained healthy, Anderson Cooper made jokes to a gleeful Bill Gates about taking away their social security if they do not bow to take a vaccine that, if they haven’t taken it by now, they probably don’t want to. These people should be congratulated as being strong and healthy to have made it through, not treated like pieces of garbage.

Any pandemic in the future will also need to target a certain portion of the population, as Covid did. If you suspected Covid was biologically engineered just wait for the next one.

Prophet Gates has something to say about that:

Also, related to pandemics is something people don’t like to talk about much, which is bioterrorism, that somebody who wants to cause damage could engineer a virus. So that means the chance of running into this is more than just the naturally caused epidemics like the current one.”

Gates has mentioned smallpox a number of times. Uncannily, the dreaded disease began cropping up in the news. “Vials labeled ‘smallpox’ found at vaccine research facility in Pennsylvania, CDC says,” read a November 2021, CNN Headline.

In my last essay, Wa’R, I talk about biowarfare and quote from Guo Jiwei (郭继卫), a professor with the Third Military Medical University, 2010’s War for Biological Dominance (制生权战争), where he emphasizes the impact of biology on future warfare. “biotech will be positioned in the battlefield of the human body itself, targeted at people, limited to people, where it can attack parts or fractions of the human body, accurate to specific biological characteristics …”

Further, “Biology is among seven “new domains of warfare” discussed in a 2017 book by Zhang Shibo (张仕波), a retired general and former president of the National Defense University, who concludes: “Modern biotechnology development is gradually showing strong signs characteristic of an offensive capability,” including the possibility that “specific ethnic genetic attacks” (特定种族基因攻击) could be employed.”

And as I have shown in other essays, such as The Chinafication of the Western World, we in the West love to self-righteously lay the blame on China for their lack of moral integrity.

However, the truth is that when it got too hot in the West, our “experts” simply sent their questionable research over to China and funded it there. Gain of function research and organ harvesting didn’t stop.

Nor did the hunt for rare earth minerals that I talk about in my essay, The Magic of Rare Earth Elements & the Hypocrisy of Clean Energy.

It’s a lot to absorb, I know. But once we see the bigger picture, we realize how it all fits together and very little over the past two years has happened by chance. Much of it appeared chaotic, the information was constantly changing, but that was to create fear and uncertainty and to prep people to accept whatever they were told. The information provided has been on such a massive scale, people grew weary of trying to disseminate it all. It was easier to simply believe in our prophets and sorcerers.

There is a new film out called A Good Death which documents the stories from people who “lost loved ones to fatal doses of morphine and Midazolam. Each year, tens of thousands of elderly and terminally ill patients are quietly euthanized in NHS facilities. In hospitals, care homes and hospices, behind closed doors, their deaths are hastened in what appears to be a caring and humane way. But how has this practice of euthanasia – illegal in the UK and carrying a life prison sentence – become so widespread and acceptable? And why are people who are nowhere near the end of their lives being given killer ‘cocktails’ of drugs that are used in many US states for executions?

That is how Mikki will die, with a lethal cocktail of drugs, unless she dies a natural death while she is waiting, which is more likely. How ironic that she lives, waiting for her drugs of death, while countless of the innocent have died.

Have they succeeded in normalizing fascism to such an extent? And if so, how much longer will it be before those identified with other “flaws” will be put out of their misery?

In 1905 when the yellow fever and malaria plague was threatening lives across the border in America, Dr. Alexander Lambert, personal physician to President Theodore Roosevelt, made this statement:

I am sorry for you tonight, Mr. President. You are facing one of the greatest decisions of your career. If you fall back on the old methods…you will fail…. If you back up Dr. Gorgas and his ideas, and you let him make his campaign against the mosquitoes, then you get your canal. I can only give my advice: you must decide for yourself. There is only one way of controlling yellow fever and malaria, and that is the eradication of the mosquito.” William Crawford Gorgas, His Life and Work. Gorgas and Hendrick, 1924.

Walter Reed went on to find funding apart from the government and proved that yellow fever was spread not by poor sanitation but by the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. Because it was America and they wanted the Panama Canal to succeed, the moquitoes that caused the diseases were eradicated—not simply controlled. The idea that “fomites” spread the disease, causing obsessive sanitizing of products and surfaces was debunked, and millions of dollars were saved, not to mention millions of lives.

Interestingly, Fauci used the old scare tactic of “fomites” at the beginning when everyone was told to obsessively sanitize every surface. Then, like so many other theories that he already knew were bogus, we were told to stop and everyone blindly obeyed.

In Scott Atlas’s book, A Plague Upon Our House,  he tells how the press vilified President Trump for shutting down Fauci and putting a kook in charge.” That “kook” of course was Atlas. He went on to describe how he “watched the nation’s ‘top scientists’ lie about covid and get away with it.”

Atlas tried his best as he wrote:

Clarifying the facts about the pandemic and countering the unending barrage of misinformation and pseudoscience about it, in this case coming from within the administration itself, was one of my most important roles in this national crisis.

It is impossible for us on the outside to imagine the severe pressure, the frustration, the battles that must have raged as Trump and Atlas tried to combat the true misinformation: Fauci, Gates and the mainstream media.

And then, incredibly, while Joe Biden, who hid in his basement as he “campaigned” for the presidency, Donald Trump went out amongst the people and contracted Covid, whereupon he was sent to be treated at Walter Reed Hospital, named after the very man who had helped eradicate the mosquito that had infected so many with Yellow Fever.

I will never forget that moment when Trump returned to the White House and triumphantly tore of his mask on the balcony for the world to see. I thought surely, whether you love him or you hate him, whether it’s true or whether it’s theater, it’s inspiring.


But no. Of course, the press vilified him. Joy Reid saying she was “disgusted.” Biden making fun of that “macho thing.” When I tried to say this to my friends, they became angrier than ever. Trump was a reckless killer of grandmothers.

Biden was the one who would save us all. When I tried to say his fearless attitude was inspiring, I was derided as an idiot and a killer of grandmas too. We should be afraid. Not being afraid was irresponsible.

That was perhaps the saddest moment when I knew America was lost. If people truly now believed that cowering in in our homes when we were healthy was the right thing to do and our only hope was fear, then we had no hope.

I lost many friends at that time, as I know so many of us did.

In the end, Trump jumped on the vaccine train, and he is there to this day. If you can’t beat them, join them. I like to believe that Trump tried, really tried. Fauci was a weed whose roots ran too deep. Everything Trump tried to get people to accept was destroyed by the media. Rather than admit Trump was right and preventive remedies such as Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin should be tried, no prevention was allowed. This crime must be paid for.

Image Biden saying today what Trump dared to say then: People are tired of hearing Fauci and these idiots, all these idiots who got it wrong.”

We all know that will never happen.

Sir Ronald Ross, winner of the Nobel Prize in 1902 for his discovery of the malaria parasite in mosquitoes, railed against “academics” in the place of practical research when he said,

It implies the sacrifice of life and health on a large scale while researches which may have little real value and may be continued indefinitely are being attempted…In practical life we observe that the best practical discoveries are obtained during the execution of practical work and that long academic discussions are apt to lead to nothing but academic profit.”

This train isn’t stopping anytime soon.

The Biden administration announced on Wednesday a $137 million contract for Millipore Sigma, a unit of Germany’s Merck KGaA, to boost production capacity of a highly constrained component of rapid coronavirus tests.

The money will allow the company over three years to build a new facility to produce nitrocellulose membranes, the paper that displays test results, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. That, in turn, will allow for 85 million more tests to be produced per month, the official said.

What, I wonder, could these tests possibly be for?

I wish Casey was alive now. I would love to hear his take on all of this. I know he wouldn’t be fooled. Casey lived his life. He would never have endured a lockdown. When he found out he was dying, he destroyed most of his case files and took off to Thailand, thinking he’d live a life of meditation and stay there until he died.

“But I didn’t die,” he told me. “And eventually I realized that there were the same McDonalds on street corners in Thailand that there were in Los Angeles. So, I came back.”

We were both glad he did. If he hadn’t, we never would have met. He married a Thai woman, the sister of one of the men whose case he had worked on, the only person on death row who was executed, shortly before Casey’s own death. He told me that with Jay’s execution, his life had come full circle. Too many stories to include that one here.

As Casey grew weaker and weaker, he talked to me on the phone as if he’d been transported out of his pain and into the past. I would close my eyes and listen to his soft, struggling voice.

Remembering how his Santa Monica condo had contained only a mattress on the floor and a large table against the wall on which sat a computer and a printer. A closet with six pairs of jeans, four pairs of K-Swiss shoes, and 35 or so Gap T-shirts. Walking on the beach, listening to birds, feeling the cold wind. Upscale restaurants on Montana Ave. and his hangout on Ocean Avenue—the mail drop place and the magazine stand.

A weak laugh and a painful cough. “That was my office, where Debbie kept a director’s chair for me so I could sit out on the sidewalk and read the newspapers. I never had a real office. People knew where to find me.”

Meeting one or the other of his sons on Main Street at night in Russel’s Bar.

Memories stretched out in a long line.

“Like 1956, the year you were born, Karen, when I was on the destroyer, the McKean, off the coast, near the pier and we fired 5” Starshells high into the air. Chief Skorzak, Bud Davis, later to become a well-respected stuntman, Pete Gray, who owned every shit-kicking record ever made.

The time I was stationed in the Pacific three miles down-wind from an Atomic Test and how years later the Veterans Administration said my slow-growing, but unstoppable, cancer was service-connected from radiation at that test.

I got discharged from the navy and went crazy (literally) and ran away to Australia. I got a sales job at Hicks Atkinson in Sidney all because of a young lady, but she ended up stealing all my money.”

“Just imagine, Karen, at 16, you were lamenting that you’d never been kissed, while at that age I was losing my virginity to a lady of the night in some dark dive in Asia.”

“I have a long list of conquests—take, for example, that dangerous liaison with the girlfriend of the Israeli Mafioso—Las Vegas branch, I mention no names—now that was insanity, the two of us entering her apartment one night when he was out of town, stumbling over our feet in our eagerness, hands poised to tear each other’s clothes off and then the gasp, the wide-eyed terror as she noticed the picture on the wall, and I turn to see that one and the next, and the next, all of them priceless pieces of art, turned to the wall. And the photos of her on the mantle, lying face down, not smashed in anger, but lined up neatly in a row, face down with finality.

The subtlety, the intelligence, the artfulness of the message not lost on me. I can appreciate a creative mind, a grand gesture, and how perfect was his thinking when he did this. My fear all the stronger, caught in a situation more dangerous than any I had ever known in a long list of dangerous situations.

“Not more than five frozen seconds of standing stupidly and staring before her frantic hiss, ‘Go, go!’ and she was pushing me out the door.

“‘You’ll be okay?’ What a meaningless, cowardly question to ask of the woman I was about to make love to and was instead scurrying away from like a scared rat.

“Her terrified eyes, and yet resigned. ‘Yes.’

“I left just like that, no more contact, no last kiss, rapidly and yet with perfect control, down the hall, the disciplined years of training returning, instincts on high alert, standing to one side as the elevator doors opened, prepared for a bullet to make a third eye in my forehead.

“I never saw her again. The message had done its job, the sender a man of class and distinction. I had helped him out of a sticky situation and so I suppose that is why I wasn’t gutted and thrown into the desert. Man to man, respect. The debt had been paid and I was never tempted to cross that bridge again. I don’t regret a minute of the mad pleasure, made that much realer, as with every ecstatic moan, every burn of flesh on flesh, we flirted with death. I have been lucky. I have lived. Who am I to complain that my time is up?”

So many stories.

“It doesn’t matter what people say, Karen, as long as they believe it. I’ve heard the most outrageous claims made by academics, junkies, gangsters, pastors, sweet old ladies, agonized housewives, shifty politicians and powerful businessmen. In the end their stories unify them. The banal accounting of a sweet old lady can hide a secret just as horrific and insanely perverse as the confession of a serial killer. “

We talked a lot about saving people, how you can’t save everyone—no, not their souls, or getting them off drugs, or anything really. In the end, everyone has to save themselves.

The burden of saving even monsters from death had sat on his shoulders for so long. And the time had come to let it go.

“It’s my name. A father shouldn’t give a son a name like Kaddish. It’s a curse.”

“And a blessing,” I said.

Shortly before his death, Casey called me for the last time.

“I had a dream,” he said. “We were sitting on the balcony of my condo in Santa Monica. We were sitting in chairs and I saw that your chair was floating in a pond where there were many beautiful koi fish. They were swimming around you, and I said, ‘Karen, wow, look at all those coy fish, you’re so lucky, those are the luckiest fish, and they’re swimming around you.’ And you know what? You looked, but for the life of you, you couldn’t see those fish. I just want you to know, they’re there, Karen! They’re all around you. The luckiest fish. You’re so lucky. Don’t ever forget it.”

By that point, he was in so much pain he could hardly speak, but he was determined to tell me his dream. I cried as he told it to me. Unbearable pain and unbearable beauty.

To the end, he gave so me much and those last words, along with the letters, were his greatest gift. Little did he know how important that dream would become in the difficult days ahead.

A page from Casey’s journal

There are monsters who live next door to us, or that we read about in the newspapers. There are monsters who are in prison. There are monsters on death row, and we feel safer because they can no longer hurt us.

And then there are the worst monsters of all, the Biden’s and the Fauci’s and the Gates’, who walk openly above us, never in our midst, so protected that no one can touch them. One moment they may be revered and worshiped. The next moment they may be despised and feared. It doesn’t seem to matter. They have been chosen by the overlords and there they stay until their use is done.

Looking at them after two years of death and destruction, still telling their lies, can fill us with anger and despair. But then I think of Maria and the others, singing outside the prison where their children are being held.

The human spirit is amazingly resilient. I think we will surprise ourselves in this coming year with our ability to act courageously and shed light upon the evil.

Casey left this earth on Valentine’s Day, 2000. I was on a plane flying back from Senegal to New York when it happened. I miss him most days.

And so, here I am, writing about Casey and the story of Mikki, just as my dear friend hoped I would. How I would love to have heard his thoughts on Biden, Fauci and Gates. I know he is smiling, with his usual touch of cynicism. He might have been an atheist, but if anyone is in heaven right now, it’s him.

Karen Hunt [aka KH Mesek] is an author and illustrator of 19 children’s books, the YA series Night Angels Chronicles and the science fiction novel, LUMINARIA: Tales of Earth & Oran, Love & Revenge, to be published in August. She recently returned from living in Luxor, Egypt where she started the first boxing club for girls. Having lived and traveled extensively behind the Iron Curtain, she is devoting her time to writing essays related to the loss of freedom in the West. You can read more of her work, or sign up to her newsletter, here. or follow her on twitter.

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Mishko
Mishko
Jan 15, 2022 11:43 AM

The old geezer not staying in Thailand quickened his demise.

So… drama’s contained within – or overtaken by – a larger tragedy.
I am not offended, but do feel that this formulaic approach
and roundabout way of revealing while hiding: is not for me.

By all means wander around in your specific labyrinth of recollection
and clourful nostalgia.

BJG
BJG
Jan 9, 2022 11:47 PM

Although well written – entirely to verbose. The time has come to turn the page and STOP focusing on what and how this all came about and concentrate solely on SOLUTIONS! If I read one more recap of the last two years or the present situation – I’ll probably stop reading altogether! Thus far the only person writing about a way out is Catherine Fitts who stated we must begin by switching to cash Fridays in order to disrupt the plan for digital currency. There have always been more of us then them and therefore we hold all the power. I do not own a TV nor have I watched one in over 25 years and miraculously I’m still alive and consider myself far more informed than most. Catherin was also saying how only 10% of her fan base watches TV so I’m certainly not alone. If you’re really worried and concerned about losing everything and possibly your life – the time has come to start making sacrifices. Even Catherine said she is having difficulty detaching herself from her phone. Is your LIFE NOT WORTH IT? I not only do not own a TV I also do not own a phone albeit a flip phone that is kept in my work vehicle for emergency use ONLY. I have a land line and answering machine in my home. Have we really entered an age where all of this is more worthy than life itself? Supporting Bezos et al? How did Gates ascertain his power and wealth and how can we shut him down? If one more person tells me how convenient Amazon is . . . . seriously? Again, worth your life and freedom? I’m not ever sure what Twitter is or why it appears as though your life has ended when you’re banned? I attain all my information via newsletters. WTF is the purpose of FB? You people are killing yourselves with all this automation BS and playing right into their hands. I have not lost anything by not being affiliated with any of the above. The choice is yours.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 8, 2022 5:32 PM

My pyscho-history of covid:

In the beginning, there was the “news novelty” aspect. Here was something a bit different. And the emphasis in the beginning was that it wouldn’t last long. Apparently this is how the First World War was announced. It will be over by Christmas!

But then innocent gullibility is less excusable with covid. This was, after all, an “unprecedented virus” and only on Star Trek is there a deadly disease which Dr McCoy can find the cure for within the 50 minute slot. Thus, working entirely within the covid paradigm, it must have been obvious to all that the initial three week lockdown was going to last longer – and indeed much longer – than that.

Thus, even from the start, there was a split in public consciousness. “Well they reassured us …” covertly accompanied by “Of course, it’s not going to happen that way!” But then, at this point, you can make excuses. You can go along with the public pronouncements and make your complaint about “too rosy expectations” etc. especially when that good old “Left” are there to constantly blab on about “incompetent capitalists trying to rush things!”

From then on there was a gradual “easing in” of the long haul. And it would be futile and depressing to go through all the convolutions of the gradually tightening screw. But here is what it comes down to: throughout the public there was and remains a deep seated unease as to what this is really all about. They feel a split between what the media say and what the media really say. And they became aware of that split all too late i.e. when they had already been hoodwinked into the parts set out for them. They are now on the train and it’s gathering speed.

So what is the “message”? What is the media really saying? This:

“We are the rulers. We are the bosses. We are far above all those partisan divisions which comprise the prop department of “Western Democracy”. We are making fundamental changes and you lot will be involved all the way down. These changes may be somewhat … inconvenient for some of you. Indeed, some of you will frankly no longer be required for your services. But even for them we will attempt to make the transition pain free. Think of it as “retiring” a beloved pet.”

And accompanying this “boss spiel” comes an inner response from each citizen:

“Ooh this sounds a bit daunting. But – hey, maybe I’ll be alright. Maybe I’ll be one of the lucky one. Maybe it won’t be so bad. And just to improve my chances, I’ll get on board with the programme. I’ll line up for every jab and keep up the requisite waffle and maybe, just maybe, that’ll stand me in good stead. And to follow on from this, I’ll scream at those bastards who aren’t getting in line. That will be easy because these nay-sayers are highlighting all the things that I am beginning to suspect deep down. And I hate that! So the more I scream at them, the safer I’ll be!”

And the most potent part of all this is the dual narrative aspect – the covid thing is a cover and everyone knows it but no-one feels brave enough to confront the real issue and call the bluff. After all, that would be impolite. It would spoil the rules of the game.

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Jan 8, 2022 5:25 PM

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Thanks for reading.

Alcheminister
Alcheminister
Jan 10, 2022 9:00 AM

I’ve known it quite well for several years.

Check this out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3nQBv1hqbA

You might understand the message.

“…no beast wears my clothing escaping in detail…Poseidon, the creature and Cassiopaea, they ride with me now in circles and shadows… “

NickM
NickM
Jan 8, 2022 3:14 PM

I’m filing this snippet re Khazakstan under “Faces of evil”. The iconic face of evil in our time pops up everywhere:

“Interestingly Anthony Blair is a consultant to Nursultan Nazarbayev.”

Paul Nicholls
Paul Nicholls
Jan 8, 2022 3:06 PM

This is writing. Wish only that there were much more of it about.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 8:19 AM

Mandatory Vaccination vs Personal Sovereignty

This is probably now the main battlefield.

https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/health-minister-believes-mandatory-vaccinations-coming-to-canada
Jan 07, 2022
‘I see it coming’: Mandatory vaccinations on the horizon, federal health minister says
‘Our people are tired and the only way as we know through COVID–19, be it this variant or any future variant, is through vaccination,’ Duclos said at a press conference Friday
OTTAWA – Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said he believes mandatory vaccinations will happen in Canada. . . .

Some European countries have implemented vaccine requirements, Greece will fine anyone over 60 who is not vaccinated, $144 per month starting next week. Austria has a similar policy with higher fines amounting to over $5,000 every three months. Italy has made vaccines compulsory for people over age 50 and German legislators are considering similar steps.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/-avBRhPSPzo
Quebec Covid Measures Are Off The Deep End!
Viva On A The Street
Jan 7, 2022
VivaFrei

Howard
Howard
Jan 8, 2022 3:40 PM

They are really having a kitten to get rid of old people aren’t they? They’ve probably been whipped by their handlers for not having done a better job two years ago.

I can just hear it now:

“Mr/Ms Public Official who WE put in power: why are there so many oldsters still alive? Get rid of them or it’ll be your head – you got that?”

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 5:08 PM
Reply to  Howard

Also, I think they see older people as a soft target. For instance:

https://anti-empire.com/moscow-mayor-restricts-unvaccinated-over-60s-to-their-towerblock-apartments-for-the-next-4-months
Moscow Mayor Restricts 2 Million Unvaccinated Over 60s to Their Towerblock Apartments Until Spring
4 months is the sentence, unvaccination is the crime
Russian Faucism
Marko Marjanović 19 Oct 21

And the much hyped “Great Barrington Declaration” was a “locking up granny” plan; just “not forever”.

https://www.aier.org/article/the-great-barrington-declaration-is-not-saying-lock-up-grandma
October 8, 2020
Based upon certain media coverage, one would think that the Great Barrington Declaration advocates essentially imprisoning the elderly — but surely, it doesn’t. “When people say ‘oh you can’t seal up 60 year-olds.’ Well of course not. Not forever. That would be a very drastic thing to do,” says Sunetra Gupta, “but for three months . . .”

It’s just three months to flatten granny!

skzx
skzx
Jan 8, 2022 8:38 PM
Reply to  Howard

All people – save for 500 mil. They even set it in stone (Gerogia Guidestones)

All Vaccines Tested Contain Nano Technology, And Are Found To Have Nano Routers That Emit MAC Addresses… 5G Is A Target Acquiring Weapon System – This Is Not For Control But Extermination
https://www.brighteon.com/a45c2e93-7fbf-4691-b7d3-29e5cb2d7c08

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 2:25 AM

This article will be very painful for some to read so please exercise caution.

Hopium: Putting The Proles Back To Sleep.
https://renegademind.substack.com/p/hopium-putting-the-proles-back-to

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 3:04 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Better be careful, Tony, or you’ll be accused of “despair trolling” by the admin(s).

Yes it’s a painful read, and probably more so for any wishful thinkers around here.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 2:22 PM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

I’m glad I’m not the trolling type and I don’t hate my fellow humans enough to want them to curl up in a ball and die. I wish everyone well despite the odd joust 😉

The link to the Sky article I posted yesterday has been removed. Javid asked a Doctor about the Vaxx. The Doc said there should be a choice on live TV.
Sky got the words unvaccinated in twice to keep up the fearmongering and belittle the Doctor. I did add some sweary words to the post and will assume it was removed because of that. They could have editited the post and left the link intact.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 3:40 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Correction. The article wasn’t removed. I posted it on the latest article and lost it.

skzx
skzx
Jan 8, 2022 8:42 PM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

another one here: (best advice – do not get injected with anything and chelate to remove the foreign entities if you have, and especially if type A blood. Top of page at Orwell.city has a couple headings on detox. Vitamins are the key. And not getting anymore shots, we are under enough assualt from the graphene found in the food. Graphene Skies is more doom, but hey, I’d rather know than be a asleep sheep.
6/02/21 #BeastShot Magnetogenetics & Internet of Bodies, CV AI Bioweapon | You Are Free TV

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 5:23 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Yeah, we knew all that two years ago. It’s called “Lockstep”; which oddly isn’t mentioned in the article. We know what they’ve got planned, but we also know it’s going to fail. And that’s despite all the white flag waving.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 2:29 PM

We did but newcomers might not.
I didn’t post that article to depress people. The truth is hard to handle but we should face up to the facts of what we are up against.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 3:00 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Do you remember in April 2020 when James Corbett waved the white flag; and then Peter Hitchens a couple of months later? That’s what newbies need to know about it. They need to be able to deconstruct the agenda of these articles. For instance, the article starts with a strawman; that people saw the over-hyped, medical-fascist Malone as some sort of white knight, dragon slayer. And it concludes with a strawman:

So if (when) you see governments start to pull back on vaccine mandates, it is not a final victory, because we are just back to square one. The same people still have the same power over this planet. They will still have their Agenda and they will continue to inflict pain and suffering on this planet until we rise up and excise this cancer once and for all. And that is never going to happen. So welcome to the New Normal. Enjoy your stay because you don’t get to leave. Ever.

Nobody is claiming that defeating vaccine mandates would a “final victory”; but it certainly wouldn’t be “back to square one”. The overloads would have suffered a major defeat; and if the people keep pushing, they’ll suffer a succession of further defeats.

rob2
rob2
Jan 8, 2022 3:24 PM

Will you elaborate on Corbett waving the white flag?

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 3:58 PM
Reply to  rob2

There’s a common theme.

https://www.corbettreport.com/letter
by James Corbett
corbettreport.com
April 11, 2020
“The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time.”
—WWI conspirator Edward Grey
I do not write these words for my contemporaries. We are the damned. It is our lot now to watch as the lamp of liberty is extinguished, our burden to bear witness to the final flickering of the flame of freedom.
No, I don’t write these words for my peers; I write them for those yet to come. The inhabitants of that future dystopia whose birth pangs we are experiencing. The remnant of once-free humanity who might—through some miracle I can’t even imagine—come across this electronic message in a bottle.
I know that it’s almost hopeless. That the chance of these words surviving the coming internet purge are slim at best. That even if—against all odds—this message does wash up on your digital shores, the chance of these words being understood by you is even slimmer. Not because you don’t understand English, but because you no longer use these words I’m writing: Freedom. Humanity. Individual.
Still, I am here to record the end of an era. So I will press on in the hope against hope that someone, somewhere in that future Digital Dark Age, will have eyes to see and ears to hear.
The darkness is descending.
Etc, etc, etc . . .

https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/2020/05/we-will-never-get-out-of-this-now-it-will-go-on-for-ever-we-will-not-be-free-people-again-even-when-we-seem-to-be-free-we.html
23 May 2020
We will never get out of this now. It will go on for ever. We will not be free people again.
Even when we seem to be free we will be like prisoners on parole, who can be snatched back to their cells at a moment’s notice. . . .
And so it has been. Lulled by the lotus-eating weeks of furlough payments and mortgage holidays, and by the almost unceasing spring sunshine, we have lolled about for the past two months vaguely wondering what that faint unpleasant sound in the distance might be.
Well, I will tell you what it is. It is the forging of the fetters we shall be wearing in the times to come, because, for the most part, we didn’t care about our liberty, and so no longer deserve to have it.

rob2
rob2
Jan 8, 2022 4:23 PM

Ah, yes. I see what you mean.

As I see it, Hitchens is a committed loser evidenced by his succumbing to the jab.

Corbett, on the other hand, merely stumbled by expressing despair. Surely that’s a most human reaction! But to the best of my knowledge, he’s not given in to tyranny and is consistently providing alternative solutions.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 8, 2022 4:42 PM
Reply to  rob2

To me, Corbett’s letter sounds intentionally over the top; but I’m not going to speculate on what’s going on. With regard to Hitchens, I think he was recruited many years ago to play a role; much like Piers Corbyn.

rob2
rob2
Jan 8, 2022 5:15 PM

Bottom line: take everything with a pinch of salt.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 9:45 PM

I get that. The obvious fraud is one reason I don’t visit Corbetts site.
The agenda behind this is what I try to get across when speaking to others and It’s been tough. Telling someone they’ve been living in a corporate created illusion isn’t easy.

What I am trying to relay to readers here is the fact that we might be facing hardships never seen before if we don’t wake up and stop this in it’s tracks. To reiterate what I said earlier. I am in no way trying to put fear into people.

skzx
skzx
Jan 8, 2022 8:47 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

I wanted to upbote your comment but ‘you must be logged in to vote.’

>>How does one log in on this site? I see my comments posted via the 3 bars when I reply and they remian filled-out when I move to another comment…but I cannot upvote/downvote and see nowhere to ‘log in.’ I emailed admin, hoping for a reply.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 9:58 PM
Reply to  skzx

You can sign up. But if you don’t have an account a simple + or – 1 will suffice when relpying. 😉

Rumor has it that if you sign up to Off-G one of the admins named Sophie will send you a free cookie recipe every now and then. The only small catch is you have to donate at least $5 a month. I heard her Omicron choc chip cookies are to die for, literally…

Ort
Ort
Jan 8, 2022 10:05 PM
Reply to  skzx

I don’t know if the admins already clued you in, but here’s a screen shot to show you the location of the login button.

It’s located on the header above the thread itself. Since I’m currently logged in, the field displays “You are logged in as Ort”. But anyone not logged in will see a “login/register” button in this space.

Hope this helps.

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Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 11:07 PM
Reply to  Ort

+1

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 8, 2022 9:54 AM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

We all know the “Old Normal” is gone. And the rulers always play to an extreme so that if – or even when – they don’t get that far, they will get far enough. And don’t forget these bastards take the long view. If they don’t convert the world’s population to slaves with this generation then they’ll keep their constant manipulation going through the following generations. They take the long view and are doing nothing less than re-shaping humanity.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 8, 2022 10:11 AM
Reply to  George Mc

In other words, they want X but know they can’t get there all at once so they push for 2X and get to half X etc. They have plenty of time.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:04 PM
Reply to  George Mc

It is closer than you think. The mandatory injection program could be rolled out this year in the EU, UK, US, Australia and Canada. The financial collapse is imminent.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 2:31 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Again. George – We know the old Normal has gone. I’m just trying to give a heads up to those who refuse to acknowledge it.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:01 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Good article!

Hope and despair are toxic illusions.

We can do some things such as building up an emergency kit and sufficient food supply.

The main thing is perhaps asking yourself the question: are you prepared to do anything to avoid being assimilated by this fasc. machine, even when the cult leaders tell you that resistance is futile?

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 2:40 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

+10

I’ve already taken measures and will continue to do so as the monsters roll out their plan. One essential item I am missing is people with some backbone.
Lets see what threats are made and take it from there.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 3:19 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

You will probably meet more people who ‘refuse’ and if not you are on your own like a wild dog.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 4:36 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

I know a few. Not everyone I know has been coerced. But if we have to become a pack to escape the 4th Reich I think we can put our heads together and figure something out.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 5:34 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Same here.

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jan 8, 2022 7:03 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

The cult leaders themselves are the impotent puppets of the power of Capital, and their word is the word of Capital, a dead entity living off the life that is in us, like a leech. Their word, then, is the word of Thanatos, trying to cast a spell on us, on Life, and thus shouldn’t impress us.

I refuse to be reshaped, remodeled, defined, quantified, chipped, identified, dehumanized, numbered, coded, manipulated, limited, controlled, caged, and guided.

How ready are we to lose it all? The moment we are not anymore afraid of doing without the system, the spell breaks off.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 11:08 PM

+10

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 7, 2022 10:22 PM

The sheer viciousness of the covid push continues to astonish. From that piece of smegma The Atlantic:

Our Relationship With COVID Vaccines Is Just Getting Started

Grendel
Grendel
Jan 7, 2022 9:33 PM

Karen ~ what a wonderful article! I can put together a pretty concise technical email, but I could never create anything as flowing and interweaved as what I just read. I found my mind transported to so many different places. I appreciate the time and effort you put into this.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 7, 2022 8:08 PM

Info wars indeed when you look at this:

https://twitter.com/talkRADIO/status/1479404760440754177

The notion that school kids are saying “No” to these face smotherers is clearly too much for the defenders of the covid cult. One Jonny Kingham demands peer review! And by this time we should all know that that means review from The Proper People which Jonny is keen to guide us towards! People like Scientific American:

“Masks help protect children and teachers from getting COVID in schools. Governors who claim there is no evidence for masks are wrong.”

The equally soulful Jiminy Cricket is keen to enlist the indubitable expertise of one “Dr Alice”:

“LongCovid is not always an outpatient affair. Even those with initial “mild” infection have ended up in the hospital months- and years– later for low oxygen, clots, infections, emergency surgeries, and severe neurological issues.”

“And years later”? That may come as a surprise considering that covid has not even been with us two years yet. But then again an uncanny gift for prophecy has been a hallmark for “The Science” from the start!

Wouldn’t it be nice to have some “strictly impartial” guidance from the BBC?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-59898968

“Covid: Face mask refusals in some of England’s secondary schools spark parents’ concern”

Note the crucial word here:

“Face coverings in classrooms have temporarily been reintroduced in schools in England”

Well that word “temporary” has certainly been through some interesting gyrations over the past 20 months. How temporary is “temporary”. And when something has been temporarily applied, then stopped, then temporarily reintroduced, there is the further dimension of repetition to consider.

The rest of the article is mainly taken up with concerned parents and professionals appalled at the sheer irresponsible cruelty of these recalcitrant brats who are killing – killing I say! – the vulnerable, the weak, the helpless! So get back in line! Temporarily of course!

Daniel Rehahn
Daniel Rehahn
Jan 7, 2022 7:35 PM

I’d rather be a cat than an algorithm,, cats know things

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 7, 2022 8:14 PM
Reply to  Daniel Rehahn

Oh I don’t know. Here’s Bill Gates Peter Isherwell on the topic:

GaryW
GaryW
Jan 7, 2022 5:06 PM

Karen wrote: “There are obvious murderers. Death Row is filled with themmonsters who killed, how many—one, two, or more if they were serial killers?
Small potatoes. Biden, Fauci and Gates are responsible for the deaths of millions. And yet they are rewarded as saviors.” – Amen.

I have imagined a related “thought experiment.” What would do more to end human pain, suffering and death around the globe – incarcerating the 100,000 most violent murderers on the planet – or incarcerating the 100,000 most wealthy elites on the planet? I believe the question rather answers itself – no?

Howard
Howard
Jan 8, 2022 3:48 PM
Reply to  GaryW

Better still, incarcerate wealth itself. That would cure almost all pain and suffering.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 7, 2022 4:28 PM
terrestrial
terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 6:00 PM

It’s getting ridiculous, the sign of times of this madhouse.

fame
fame
Jan 7, 2022 9:09 PM

“The information system has gone in a direction that is no longer one that is the basis for journalism. There is less free journalism and information… more is controlled from one or two sources, so propaganda is spread that suits the elite.”
~ Novak Djokovic.

Czech Republic doubles tennis player Renata Voracova was also arrested by the Aussie border force and her VISA was taken away. She was detained in the same hotel as Djokovic before she decided to leave the country. She was already in Melbourne for some time, playing there in a warm up tournament for the Aussie Open. Typical of the bullshit where she is allowed in to play and then later detained when it becomes public, certainly this has nothing to do with health. How many other wealthy people can come and go as they please. Here in the EU diplomats have immunity. They do not need to mask, test or get vaxxed, nor do their families. The hypocrisy.

Dr Justin
Dr Justin
Jan 7, 2022 9:19 PM

Take it to court – it would have to be a love game surely – unless such a rule was included in conditions of entry which I doubt would have been the case.

Don’t we all just love the smell of fascism in the morning.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 7, 2022 9:39 PM
Reply to  Dr Justin

It is a breach of our own constitution to discriminate against anyone on health grounds or disability and with a 23 year old athlete just dropping dead after his second jab all the jab advocates should shut the fuck up

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 8, 2022 10:14 AM

As if to prove my point ridiculous South Australia announced people in hospital ”with covid positive fake tests”, 93 jabbed, 11 unjabbed, 60 unknown if jabbed, even if you add the 60 to the eleven as unjabbed, the jabbed are the majority and still the fuck wit media don’t read or see.

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 8, 2022 10:07 PM

Yes it’s madness. I’m happy non of those figures add up to 33.

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 3:46 PM

Incredibly beautiful, and exquisitely illustrated with images.

Thank you.

Cathy
Cathy
Jan 7, 2022 2:10 PM

Cried several times. You are one of the very few I still read. Thank you. I discovered we are the same age 🙂 Thank you for sharing Casey and Mikki’s stories … all the stories. Such a monstrous time, but you have brought a clear light forward for those still thinking, wondering … striving for the voices singing to the imprisoned minds all around us.

bittertruths
bittertruths
Jan 7, 2022 2:03 PM

Quiz Show (Bible Contradictions) the exact same application apply s for polyTRICKS and demo-crazy.

Dale
Dale
Jan 7, 2022 2:45 PM
Reply to  bittertruths

😂 your video falters right out of the chute, on the very first “contradiction.” With Jesus, everywhere salivation has life conduct in view, just as it does with Paul … if you read into him a bit … but people like yourself parade alleged contradictions, merely hopping from one to another. Who are the escapists, really ?

Dosamuno
Dosamuno
Jan 7, 2022 6:43 PM
Reply to  Dale

Bronze Age fairytales—all of it.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 7:50 PM
Reply to  Dosamuno

maybe, I always loved my folklore and shtuff, ancient epics, and always viewed “religion” alongside them.

sprituality is not a bronze age fairy tale though ; )

Dosamuno
Dosamuno
Jan 7, 2022 8:04 PM
Reply to  rubberheid

I don’t believe in spirits.
There’s matter and there is energy.
The mind is a form of energy generated by the brain.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 8:50 PM
Reply to  Dosamuno

enjoy your entropy : ) and in the erstwhile find some joy x

Dosamuno
Dosamuno
Jan 7, 2022 8:55 PM
Reply to  rubberheid

“…in the erstwhile find some joy x”

On this we agree.
Good advice.

I wish the same for you.

Kika
Kika
Jan 7, 2022 9:25 PM
Reply to  Dosamuno

Are you a robot by any chance?

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 7, 2022 11:22 PM
Reply to  Dale

😂 The first contradiction consisted of the answers to the first question: “How long does Yahweh’s anger last?” Nothing to do with the mythical Jesus and salivation.

Do pay attention.

Dale
Dale
Jan 7, 2022 1:59 PM

Please stop saying you “had it.” You didn’t have it. Yours was the usual detox. Nothing new under the sun.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 7, 2022 1:47 PM

They will push harder before they admit their crimes against humanity.

We ain’t seen nothing yet.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 1:59 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Yes, very probably many deaths caused by more poisons including the injection but blamed on a deadly variant or marburg.

Most people who believe in viruses will fall for the scam.

Thinktwice
Thinktwice
Jan 7, 2022 1:24 PM

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dr death
dr death
Jan 7, 2022 1:24 PM

the three faces of evil….

Luciferic
Ahrimanic
Sorathic

watch for the last one because He is already here and getting busy, this is the Evil that will chew up and spit out the current bureaucratic Evil running the ranch….

the Evil that crushes weevils, he eats the other two for breakfast…. a true Lord of Chaos..

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 7, 2022 1:48 PM
Reply to  dr death

We have to save ourselves.
Nothing and no one is going to do it for us.

Howard
Howard
Jan 7, 2022 4:00 PM
Reply to  dr death

Not knowing who or what Sorathic represents, I did a search. There were a couple references to Sorath. But the interesting part is that nearly all the search results were for the Socratic Method – which, since it bears no relation to Sorath, must have been there to distract people from the actual search.

Ain’t Google a hoot?

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 4:16 PM
Reply to  dr death

The man’s on point. I wold direct anyone who’s interested over to waykiwayki.com, and his latest offering. It is quite breathtakingly good.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 7:54 PM
Reply to  dr death

do eloborate…

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 11:54 AM

This is for your health!

https://twitter.com/haintz_markus/status/1479384858799521794
Attached: short clip of Lockstep Policing

#Berlin. Versuchte gefährliche #Körperverletzung durch die Maske. Anschließend gemeinschaftlich begangene gefährliche #Körperverletzung durch die “‘Polizisten”. Ich werde Strafanzeige stellen. #Polizeigewalt #CovidRegime #Polizei #Spazierengehen #Spaziergang

‎‎‎Attempted dangerous bodily injury through the mask. Subsequently jointly committed dangerous bodily injury by the “policemen”. I will file a criminal complaint.

El Zafio
El Zafio
Jan 7, 2022 11:44 AM

TLDR; A virus narrative believer trying to rationalize the cognitive dissonance.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 7, 2022 9:07 PM
Reply to  El Zafio

Worse than that. I don’t believe a word of that tiresome screed.

Apart from the fact there’s no covid to die from, the tell for me was the absurd belief in the scam of politics as if any of it’s real, and the referencing of the villains (Gauci, Gates, Biden) narrative, and heroes (RFK jnr, Candace Owens) instead of clarifying the corruption within the faux two party system.

The real kicker was all the Masonic references, the belief in the media/government psyop/hoaxes such as “Maria” and her abducted children, and the Rockefeller catchphrase of the decade, “resilient”.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 7, 2022 11:14 AM

The mysterious subject-less media deity speaks via the Graud:

“A hard lesson for Novak Djokovic: patience with vaccine sceptics is wearing thin”

I wonder what disembodied mood this media God will display next to command the covid heretics?

Mr Y
Mr Y
Jan 7, 2022 12:53 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Remember, tennis is a racket …

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 1:20 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

… played on a court. That’s why NoVak(cination) is going to court this Monday.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 8:01 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

battering shite back and forth on the racket
whilst the crowd go OO AA
and eat strawberries and cream

in SW19

etc

boak

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 11:56 PM
Reply to  rubberheid

You sound like rubber.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 8, 2022 5:36 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

erasing or bouncy? maybe even more than ; )

dr death
dr death
Jan 7, 2022 1:49 PM
Reply to  George Mc

ha.. the grauniad dear dear… it’s like a gaggle of schoolgirls whispering and plotting to steal the P.E teachers gym knickers…

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 7, 2022 6:58 PM
Reply to  dr death

All that cash from Gates will buy a lot of hysteria

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 7, 2022 8:27 PM
Reply to  dr death

Christopher Knauss is hysterically peddling the jabs for kids over and over again, they are dangerous crack pots.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 10:13 AM

All of the fucking idiots who claim that viruses don’t exist because the government hasn’t been able to produce a document certifying the existence of a purified sample of a virus under an FOI request should file a request with the fucking government asking them for a purified sample of electricity (ideally supplied in a fucking test tube). When the government informs them that they don’t have no purified sample of electricity in no fucking test tube, they’ll have to conclude that no such fucking thing as electricity exists, and no transmission of energy through electricity can take place because no fucking electron has ever been captured dragging fucking energy on its little back from the fucking power station to their dish-fucking-washer.

Now what makes their fucking appliances work? Who the fuck knows. But electricity it ain’t since the government has no fucking records of it.

Hope all of yous “researchers” get this ….

gordan
gordan
Jan 7, 2022 11:59 AM
Reply to  Jacques

i like nikola tesla
i like bechamp
hey jacks bechamp was french
tesla the greatest serbian ever

i think koch was german but i may be postulating on that fact

citizen kane had rosebud
are world is terrain

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 12:05 PM
Reply to  gordan

Nice!

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 12:48 PM
Reply to  gordan

Sheesh … what the fuck are you talking about?

There is no fucking terrain. The government has no record of a purified sample thereof.

And there is no fucking tesla either. No purified sample of tesla exists either.

Wrap your head around it.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:07 PM
Reply to  Jacques

You are really delusional.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 3:55 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

“really delusional”

Is that an oxymoron or what? Wouldn’t delusional mean detached from reality?

Then again, the government has no record of a purified sample of reality, delusion, or oxymoron for that matter, so who cares, eh? Anything goes in this utterly mad world!

terrestrial
terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 5:57 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Yes, it’s a nice play of words, ‘really delusional’. You like paradoxes?

Besides, if you claim that a virus really exists as a physical thing (and not as a delusion) you have to prove that it exists. You have to be able to look at it, describe it, measure it and show/prove that it does something.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 7:01 PM
Reply to  terrestrial

Your use of words reveals a very liberal attitude toward semantics and the thinking process in general.

Wherefrom you’ve extrapolated, or rather from which of your bodily orifices you’ve pulled, the assertion that I claim something about the existence or non-existence of viruses I understand not. I’m simply pointing out that concluding that a virus doesn’t exist because the government has no record of the purification thereof using a one very specific methodology is fucking insanity. To that end, I’ve mentioned the fucking insanity of employing an analogical way of proving the existence of electricity by purifying electrons and submitting them in some receptacle.

What is a “physical thing” (sic)? How does your semantically challenged self define that? Something that can be looked at? Fucking hardly. Measured? Like with a tape fucking measure? Hardly. Shown/proved to do something – OK. Virologists show and, using their methodology, prove that it makes people sick.

What the fuck are you still arguing about?

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 7, 2022 8:01 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Do you think you could calm down a bit? I’m not seeing anything to justify this level of hostility and impatience. Thank you, A2

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 7, 2022 8:42 PM
Reply to  terrestrial

+10

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 4:06 PM
Reply to  gordan

Very elegant, indeed, old boy.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 12:17 PM
Reply to  Jacques

So, you admit that there is no evidence for the existence of contagious viruses that make people sick.

You don’t consider the possibility that people get ‘sick’ because of poisons in their body that the intelligent body tries to remove with certain methods that cause symptoms.

You don’t consider the possibility that the cells are breaking down in the body and that the debris that is removed through the mouth and nose can be given to other people that is subsequently picked up by a faulty pcr-test.

You don’t consider the possibility that most scientists are fooled and that there is an agenda prepared in advance for many years.

You don’t consider the possibility that the injections are filled with poisons and nanotechnology in order to cull and control the population. And of course this was not planned many years ago.

If you don’t consider these possibilities, I wish you happy illusions and delusions.

One more thing, fear and delusions are poisons for the body. It is not good for you.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 12:55 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

There is no such thing as fear. The government has no record of a purified sample of fear; therefore it doesn’t exist.

Get on with the fucking program.

And kindly don’t make assumptions about my illusions and delusions. Worry about yours first.

Incidentally, I absolutely do consider the possibility that the whole world is completely fucked up, including scientists. In fact, if you say so, you’re preaching to the choir. I will not, however, accept as “evidence” to that effect some random rambling that makes much less sense than the shit the scientists claim.

Now, kindly go get me a purified sample of electricity so that we have some hard evidence that the fucking thing – electricity that is – exists. I mean, we don’t wannna be in the dark as to what makes your coffeemaker go for too long, do we!

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:01 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Fear is based on illusions.

You are comparing apples with oranges.

Electricity can be measured and you can observe what it does (moving machines for example).

A virus cannot be measured as it does not exist and you cannot observe what it does (as it does not exist).

Good luck with your illusions.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 7, 2022 10:48 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Terrestrial, “A virus cannot be measured as it does not exist.” I suppose it’s useless to point out to you that your argument is circular?

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 11:27 PM
Reply to  Penelope

In order for a physical thing to exist that does something, it can be observed, described, measured and shown/proven to do certain things.

If it can’t be observed, described and measured and if it does not do the things you believe it does (not shown/proven), I assume that it is imaginary. Make belief.
When there are good alternative explanations for some people to get sick and die, namely poisons, I know that viruses don’t exist.

I am not doing certain things in my life like being afraid, taking a poison and covering my face if you (the world) don’t prove to me that the thing you say is harmful to all human beings exists. It is ridiculous.

Besides, when many people are dying on the streets this or next year blamed on a virus, I know that it is a lie. You don’t.

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 4:09 PM
Reply to  Jacques

We people have got to find kinder ways of disagreeing with each other. Otherwise we’re all stuffed.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 8:08 PM
Reply to  Will

+100

Tony Maroni
Tony Maroni
Jan 7, 2022 8:45 PM
Reply to  Will

I’ll add +100

Watt
Watt
Jan 8, 2022 3:30 PM
Reply to  Tony Maroni

Snap!

Mr Y
Mr Y
Jan 7, 2022 12:58 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Go along and believe that if you wish. I don’t care much because our real problem isn’t whether there is viruses or not but common men and womens lack of general knowledge, compassion and backbones.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 1:11 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

The real ‘problem’ is that most people have many illusions and delusions believing many things that are not true.

The control of the cult leaders and their artificial system is based and dependent on the illusions and delusions of the people.

The belief in a non-existing virus is a Grand Illusion as it will change (has changed already) the society towards a New Order and a New Man.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 1:39 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

There is no real problem. The government has no records of a purified sample of a real fucking problem. So what’s your beef?

And watch it, I might just lodge a FOI request asking for a record of a purified sample of Terrestial and I’d venture to say that the chances are mighty fucking high that there is no record, making you non-existent.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:47 PM
Reply to  Jacques

There are no problems as there are no solutions.

So, you keep looking for solutions and ask people (scientists, holy men and the governments) to give you the solutions. But what they are saying and doing are not really the solutions. If the solutions were really the solutions there would not be any problems.

Besides, if you claim that a virus exists as a physical thing you have to prove that it exists. You have to be able to look at it, measure it and show/prove that it does something.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 7, 2022 1:55 PM
Reply to  Jacques

So what part of Germ Theory, isn’t a theory.
Fact that no official organization or viral entity has a purified certified isolate of the claimed virus.
We have had SARS type viruses since the 1960s and all have been linked to coming from labs in the USA, not nature.
Fact that all the people that died during the flu epidemic of 1918 were injected by a jab. This isn’t the first time.
There are many other virus claims that don’t have actual evidence of their existence outside of “expert” assertions.
Bacteria and viruses are grossly conflated by the “experts” for fear porn production.
Science that we are not allowed to question is propaganda.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 7, 2022 11:07 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Thomas, “Fact that all the people that died during the flu epidemic of 118 were injected by a jab.” If you will reflect a mo you’ll acknowledge that this isn’t so: The epidemic BEGAN with such jabs of a Rockefeller pathogen in a US army base.

However it spread to many countries BY CONTAGION. Presumably as a virus, no? It was not bacterial in the first incidence, and so far as I am aware contagion occurs either thru bacteria or viruses. If you have an alternate theory of contagion I think you shd tell us. But I don’t think you have; I think you’ve just bought into the mantra that altho neither you nor I know beans about virology that we can nevertheless write rules that it must obey.

To muddy the waters still further, many flu victims did die of a secondary bacterial pneumonia. And of aspirin overdose.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 11:38 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Do you admit that there is no evidence for the existence of contagious viruses that make people sick?

You don’t consider the possibility that people get ‘sick’ because of poisons in their body that the intelligent body tries to remove with certain methods that cause symptoms.

You don’t consider the possibility that the cells are breaking down in the body and that the debris that is removed through the mouth and nose can be given to other people that is subsequently picked up by a faulty pcr-test.

You don’t consider the possibility that most scientists are fooled (the virologists are fooling themselves and are not honest by not doing control experiments) and that there is an agenda prepared in advance for many years.

You don’t consider the possibility that the injections are filled with poisons and nanotechnology in order to cull and control the population. And of course this was not planned many years ago.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 8, 2022 3:08 AM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Terrestrial, Of course I think the vaxx is killing people. Question is whether covid exists & if so, whether its source is a contagious virus. You say its due to the body cleansing itself– but have no evidence while you insist I prove that viruses exist.

I’ve answered your mantra many times. Sometimes my answers don’t even appear due to the moderators sharing your mantra. I’m not going to repeat it all again. Be dogmatic; I don’t care

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:39 PM
Reply to  Penelope

It is very simple. Penelope. The virus has not been proven to exist and to do certain things (being contagious and making sick).
I assume that the virus is imaginary. Make belief.

There are good explanations for the diseases of people (viz. poisons including fear, stress and delusions), the ‘positive’ cases and the way the body is functioning.

I now know that viruses don’t exist.

If you still want to believe in viruses, please do. It’s your privilege to have your own illusions and delusions.

dr death
dr death
Jan 7, 2022 1:59 PM
Reply to  Jacques

warning, warning, warning……. logical fallacy…..logical fallacy… warning, warning….logical fallacy….

everyone knows electrickery is magic, like masks and genetically modifying intravenous updates… and sitting down to avoid dangerous particulates that one must wear haz mat suits to avoid when standing…

it seems one must evade all opinion or become a victim of it…

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 7, 2022 2:33 PM
Reply to  Jacques

In an ideal world, Militant Virus Atheists and those crediting viruses with ontological status, would work together. This is still my hope

We live in world where there’s a false god on the throne. The virus. Think ancient Rome/Greece or cultures that bowed down to lumps of metal for previous false gods.

Currently Emperor Omicron on the throne. Before whom we are expected to parade in masks, get phony vaccines, and show the ‘Mark of the Booster’ in order to buy, sell or eat in a cafe. The idol of our age.

In the ‘real world’ there are atheists and theists. Those who believe in no gods, and those who believe in (at least) one god.

Militant atheism seems to translate into your typical Militant Virus Atheist. The most vocal Virus Atheists on this forum also tend to be atheists with respect to religion.

Theism tends to translate into crediting viruses with existence, but that such entities are not worthy of tossing the rest of culture/religion/human activity out for ie it’s a false god. The true God remains

Anyhow, my point is that in a land where there is a false god on the throne, both atheists and theists can work together to topple it.

So let’s not fight each other. Achieve the goal of toppling the virus idol, and then we can go our separate ways.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 2:46 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

I hear you.

I have tried on countless occasions to organize a platform for informed virophobes and virophiles to intelligently confront their views, to no avail.

Now, as much as I hear the objections raised about virology, the inherent problems with the methodologies, the presupposed existence of a pathogen, etc., I can’t but conclude that the body of knowledge the virophiles have is much greater and makes much more sense that the body of knowledge possessed by the virophobes. In fact, the latter have big shit, only the assumption that so-called contagious diseases are caused by “toxins”. What toxins? They don’t know. But it sure it’s not viruses because the “government has no records of a purified sample of a virus”.

Does that sound like a crock of shit or what?

Hey, OffG – let’s organize a debate between people from both sides of the fence that will clear this up! I mean people who truly know what the fuck they’re talking about and act in good faith too!

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 7, 2022 3:53 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Alas I fear it’s a red herring to focus on anything but countering the fear used to justify segregation and fascism. The stats alone can achieve that. The existence of not of viruses isn’t immediately relevant.

Indeed, since terrain theory etc appears to argue that the illusion of contagion can result from proximity to ill people, by kicking off a detox in others via association alone (ie. observing/smelling others’ dis-ease) this could be used to justify masks and social distancing even more. Lol

I mean, I just don’t think it’s a priority at this juncture and we must pick our battles wisely. A2

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 4:14 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

“Proximity to ill people kicking off a detox” sounds awfully like contagion, doesn’t it. What exactly is the difference?

I do think that this is an important issue. I mean, I do think that opponents of virology have a good point about the flaws in the virologist methodology. I think that this should be cleared up, or perhaps a debate about terrain/germ reestablished, since it’s the very basis of the predicament we’re facing.

You’re right about the battles, but the underlying issue at stake here is science vs. scientism. Truth vs. bullshit. And that’s what I’m getting at.

Let’s face it, as much as one can disagree with virologists, they do have something. They’ve been concocting shit in test tubes for ages. Just stating that they’re full of shit because they can’t prove something using a specific method (the ol’ purification) won’t do. Maybe it’s inherently impossible – like capturing electricity (in a test tube). In fact, the correct approach would be proposing a better, substantiated hypothesis and proving it.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 7, 2022 4:25 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Exactly the science should speak for itself. And yes I don’t disagree that ‘contagion’ and ‘mutual detox’ practically speaking aren’t very different. I guess it’s the mechanism involved that’s so critical to get right, I’m sure you’ll agree.

There’s nothing wrong with a scientific debate on this issue, perhaps in future we’ll host the very same! A2

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 4:49 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

On the same page then.

From what I can see, a debate about this issue involving people capable of explaining the basics, and being confronted about it, would be most useful. I see a lot of evidently intelligent people “researching” stuff and drawing conclusions, but since they lack any formal education in the field, they might be, and probably are, drawing very wrong conclusions. That only discredits the whole endeavor to get to the bottom of things.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 7, 2022 6:53 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Why not speak for yourself. If you’re confused by the data out there that’s fine! If you’d prefer to elect an expert to speak for you, that is your prerogative! Super.

However, many would say they’ve learned a few things during this ‘pandemic’, amongst them that so-called ‘experts’ aren’t as other-worldly clever, or scientific subjects as inaccessible, as we are encouraged to believe. Nor is science or scientists as incorruptible as we would like to believe. Also, if there’s a dearth of open scientific discussion/debate on a topic (of the sort you’re requesting) that’s not always a sign that there’s an incontestable scientific consensus, and may be an indication there are startling holes in what we take for granted!

So please, by all means find a virology champion to represent your belief, and encourage them to debate openly, but please don’t dismiss others out of hand who have taken the time to immerse themselves in the material and listen to differing expert perspectives to form their own informed opinion. By your own admission, you are not qualified to write off anyone’s opinion, which is why you appear to be resorting to blind appeals to authority and ridicule.

Bad form. A2

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 8, 2022 7:10 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Blah blah blah blah blah …..

I have just about no knowledge of biology and evidently neither do you. Oh yeah, I’ve learned a “few things” and so have you, probably, but neither of us are in a position to evaluate to what extent this or that applies or is accurate. For that, you do need an expert capable of reducing the matter to a level understandable to a layperson.

To illustrate what I’m saying – I do have background in electronics and a pretty good overall view of things work. Now, there’s is this dimwit “Researcher” who knows absolute shit about nothing, probably never got through elementary school, but “researches” the Internet for obscure info. Somewhere she’s read that 5G uses pulsation, and she’s now hallucinating that she can her the 5G networks pulsate. Yeah, right. In the MHz range ….

Fuck opinions. Fuck hurting an adamant idiot’s feelings. Fuck this illusion of a debate (about stuff nobody knows nothing about).

Yeah, fuk right, I do want an expert to speak about nanoparticles, genetics, viruses, etc. Not a dimwit who files FOI requests with the government and calls herself researcher.

What the fuck is wrong with you people? You claim that you’re after the truth, science, etc. but are unable to accept anything but your entirely unsubstantiated OPINIONS ….?

You’re just as fucked up as the adherents to covidianism. Dogmatic to an untold degree!

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 8, 2022 2:05 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Please don’t put words in people’s mouths. Silly, childish amounts of ad hom from you. Stop.

You also can’t use an appeal to ignorance to attack others and also defend yourself. That’s like trying to logically lift yourself up by your own shoelaces. lol

Please, accept that you are a layperson who can’t unpack this situation and therefore can’t comment. And leave it there.

OR if that isn’t satisfactory for you, then get more informed, so you can engage without simply dismissing people off hand if they aren’t the priests of science. It’s frankly nauseating.

I think you’re fully bright enough to understand the data. Perhaps you’ll find there are holes in the science and weird unanswered questions hanging around and assumptions being made… perhaps you’ll find there’s a bit more to the anti-virus argument than you think? Perhaps humanity is a lot more senile than we imagine, and glosses over things it can’t explain to scary degree, and adheres to belief systems over facts far more than than we feel comfortable admitting? lol

It is reassuring to think that learned men have the answers squirrelled away somewhere. But remember, this was Kary Mullis’s assumption too, while writing a paper for someone and offhandedly asking for data proving retroviruses did the things being claimed, before realising there were none. This led to his personal epiphany about HIV… Are we simply to write off Mullis’ perspective, because we assume lesser scientists after him have the key and Mullis was just too dim to get it? That puts us in a real bind if we’re taking his other claims re. PCR seriously. lol

Perhaps Mullis encountered exactly the gulf in human perception and knowledge that you are facing? I think it’s freaking you out. TBH.

I shall be removing all subsequent posts from you that are needlessly aggressive and provocative. Thank you. A2

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 8, 2022 2:46 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Sam, fuck you too then.

Blah blah blah blah blah …

You don’t get nothing. Yes, I’m a fucking layperson as far as biology is concerned, and I acknowledge that. You obviously don’t, as don’t your dimwit readers who make far-reaching conclusions about stuff you know nothing about and are unable to understand the mechanics of.

You are either incredibly stupid/stuck up or you’re doing this on purpose to keep people in uninformed delusion, making them believe that your and their uninformed ramblings are of any consequence whatsoever. You keep people in an endless loop of whining about how everything is corrupt and fucked up, you incessantly cast doubt on the very basis of general knowledge, depriving people of any intellectual/spiritual foothold.

You never ever propose anything resembling a real solution or allow anybody to do so.

You are either one of them or too stupid to realize how you contribute to the evil forces.

You should be grateful if devil’s advocates like me contribute to your discussions instead of threatening to censor me like the nano-zuckerberg you are you piece of shit!

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 8, 2022 4:33 PM
Reply to  Jacques

To use language you’ll understand: Fuck you too, you childish, unhinged moron 🙂

Now since we can’t have exchanges comprised totally of this boring shite, anymore of this abuse is going in the bin, as per our comment policy. Sorry, not sorry. Bye bye now. A2

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jan 7, 2022 5:56 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Cool muso.
Sweary sweary.
Eastern European: tough guy.
Are you real? Perhaps a character in a shit Netflix show?
Usual attack on virus sceptics.
Gets arse kicked, again, this time Terrestrial.
Usual next move: reverse the burden of proof. Dull.
Who writes the script?

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 7, 2022 9:46 PM
Reply to  Mark EL

Bingo. Multiple personality/identity screen disorder.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 3:36 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Always start with a random insult in the first paragraph. CIA checklist

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 6:25 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

That’s the entirety of ALL your comments. Including this one. Talk about ironic. So you must be CIA.

covidiot
covidiot
Jan 8, 2022 5:35 AM
Reply to  Researcher

as if “Researcher” and “Terrestrial” are not two manifestations of the same controlling entity.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 1:30 PM
Reply to  covidiot

controlling what?

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 6:37 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Don’t bother with Cov-IDIOT. Different names. Same people/troll operatives. You’ll get three or four fake identities come at you simultaneously if you bring up a subject the military and FreeMasons are trying to defend.

The same troll clan always pop up around this subject. They also don’t post links or relevant information. Or any comments with info that is interesting or insightful. They are just rude, defamatory and accusatory which is how you know they are troll identities not real people.

You’ll see below an exchange between two trolls. Vagabard and Cliff Edwards. Probably the same army shill with two or more identities. They have a fake spat about essentially nothing, using the same pointless bickering modus operandi where the argumentative, more obvious troll uses a quote to try and engage and debate in a nitpicking exchange of pretend combat. Why ask people to defend their opinions? It’s an idiotic distraction tactic.

But the fake and brief, pointless exchange establishes them as separate identities. This is the same MO that I have seen used here ALL THE TIME since 2020.

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 9, 2022 2:34 AM
Reply to  Researcher

😂 Anyone who doesn’t agree with pompously indignant prats like you is a troll, right?

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 3:41 PM
Reply to  covidiot

I have never seen terrestrial before today, but I know you have many names here, Jaques/Constant Warning/CovIdiot etc., etc.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:18 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

It is not a matter of who is right, it is a matter of great importance.

The control of the cult leaders and their artificial system is based and dependent on the illusions and delusions of the people.

The belief in a non-existing virus is a Grand Illusion as it will change (has changed already) the society towards a New Order and a New Man.

Very probably there will be many deaths (this year or next year) caused by more poisons including the injection but blamed on a deadly variant or marburg.

Most people who believe in viruses will fall for the scam.

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 7, 2022 11:47 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

The most vocal Virus Atheists on this forum also tend to be atheists with respect to religion.

Care to provide a few examples?

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 1:22 AM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

Not particularly. I wouldn’t consider that to be helpful

But you, or anyone else, are welcome to provide a counterexample

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 3:13 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

Nope, you’re the one who made the claim whereas I made no claim at all but simply wanted you to provide examples to back up yours. As you won’t or, more likely, can’t, do so then it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that it was just a lot of hot air in the first place.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 3:19 AM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

Not at all. What do you want. A list of names?

People have already expressed their views. You only needed to be paying attention. Which you clearly weren’t

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 8:15 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

As I said, just a lot of hot air in the first place, with nothing to back it up.

I can’t be bothered taking notes on the other commenters’ predilections as I read their comments… unlike you, it seems.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 3:39 AM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

Well, at least do everyone the courtesy of editing your comments AFTER you’ve viewed replies

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 8:13 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

😂 Not my fault if you happen to be hanging off my every word and post a reply within the small window of time (10 minutes?) during which one’s comment can be edited.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 2:43 PM
Reply to  Jacques

You’ve given me a thought for a new argument:

How could somebody be a psychiatrist when the psyche has never been isolated?

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 3:03 PM

Very good!

We might get to the bottom of it yet! Mind you, I’m a native of Franz Kafka’s home town, and no stranger to absurdity!

Let’s adopt a systematic approach and file FOI requests with the government to see what they do have a purified sample of. Those things probably exist. The rest probably don’t!

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 4:04 PM
Reply to  Jacques

If you claim that a virus exists as a physical thing you have to prove that it exists. You have to be able to look at it, describe it, measure it and show/prove that it does something.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 7, 2022 11:13 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Terrestrial, But your toxin theory has to prove nothing, right? Nor measure, nor isolate it.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:15 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Penelope, what a beautiful name!

There are no contagious viruses that make people sick. Since the beginning of the 20th century the ‘scientists’ tried to prove it. They failed and gave up.

Why do you want to believe in Fairy Tales and monsters so badly?

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 4:39 PM
Reply to  Jacques

There’s some strange coincidences happening at the moment. Was it yourself who mentioned “defenestration” a few weeks ago; being a word I don’t hear very often and therefore decided to look up. And now, apparently, it’s happened to Robert Malone:
https://www.infowars.com/posts/the-defenestration-of-dr-robert-malone

This points to what is probably the ultimate test; namely that of “gravity”. As far as I know, “gravity” has never been isolated and has only ever been imputed to exist. For instance, see:
https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/141058/does-gravity-really-exist

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 7, 2022 5:28 PM

Defenestration has been a popular manner used by folk in my home town, Prague, to deal with corrupt officials. Defenestration simply means throwing out of the fucking window. In the past, the effect of said throwing out of window was on occasion enhanced by the positioning of them medieval forks people used to stick into their bellies to settle disputes. A defenestrated motherfucker landing on one of these was highly unlikely to engage in corruption ever again.

There were several defenestrations throughout history.

I do have a personal, even though somewhat lateral, experience with the concept of defenestration. I spent some time in a refugee camp in the neat village of Traiskirchen when I was en route from the Second to the First World. There were numerous plants among the refugees, placed there to wring out information about anything the bolsheviks might find useful. The refugee camp was in old army barracks, our room was on the second floor. There were bunk beds, and everybody had a wooden locker. Anyway, there happened to be one of these plants there, and one nice day, the guys got pissed off, stuffed him in the locker, and tossed out of the window. If you wonder whether the guy made it, like alive, he didn’t. The lesson learned is one should think twice before fucking around! Anyway, that refugee camp was one fucked up place. The naive me had thought that most refugees would be freedom seeking enlightened individuals, but most were in fact stupid fucks who only wanted a bit more money or criminals (like murderers) fleeing justice. Sometimes I wonder how the somewhat disrespectful me survived that shit … 😀 … Well, I did sleep with a metal bar ….

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 7:23 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I can see a similar fate befalling some of the snitches.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 6:24 PM

Gravity cannot be proven as gravity (as described) does not exist.

You always have to look for alternative explanations. The alternative for gravity is density (differences).

The alternative for a virus is poisons.

Jesper
Jesper
Jan 7, 2022 8:55 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

There are other alternatives than poisons. 🙂 (I’m not saying poisons aren’t harmful.) Dr Ryke Gerd Hamer suggested one. Allegedly some doctors practice his theory secretly. I would love to hear from them here sometime.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 11:30 PM
Reply to  Jesper

I agree, but I consider fear and delusions (fear and trauma’s are based on illusions, delusions and violence/shocks) to be a poison for the body.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:04 PM

The psyche does not exist. There are only thoughts but you cannot look at them and say anything about thoughts except through the help of thought that is based on the knowledge about thought.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 3:27 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Then there’s nothing there to have an “osis”.

https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/-osis

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:40 PM

The body is an intelligent ‘machine’ that is able to remove poisons out of itself. It uses different methods to do this such as the toilet, coughing, the nose, the skin, etc. which cause several symptoms like a cold, fever, etc.

So, what doctors call diseases are really symptoms which are sometimes not so pleasant.

The body is energy that appears to be physical, but that’s a different topic.

Jesper
Jesper
Jan 7, 2022 9:00 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

I think the psyche does exists. It’s where conscious and unconscious thought resides.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 11:32 PM
Reply to  Jesper

It has never been proven to exist. Thoughts based on illusions and delusions are the problem.

Ian
Ian
Jan 7, 2022 3:22 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Bad analogue, Jacques, very fucking bad! Also, from what I’ve seen, it is not that people are claiming viruses don’t exist, What they are asking is for the governments that have locked them down, mandated masks, etc.,etc., in the name of the virus, to show proof of claim. Can’t say this seems like the action of “fucking idiots” to me. Seems like a perfectly reasonable thing to do, or am I another fucking idiot?

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 3:56 PM
Reply to  Ian

If you claim that a virus exists as a physical thing you have to prove that it exists. You have to be able to look at it, describe it, measure it and show/prove that it does something.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 8:59 PM
Reply to  Jacques

samples, examples, observations ??? here’s one Jacq/Big Mac, your style and patter i see elswhere, maybe its a type, or a typo? and ye have reverted to a type.

just saying.

there’s something rotten in moravia. or moray, or is it bohemia, or where?

well dissappointed, take yersel to the back of the class.

discuss.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 7, 2022 9:37 PM
Reply to  rubberheid

Yes. Just another troll with multiple identities. A persona with a tirade pushing all the Masonic and military psyops.

He likes strawman, direct insults and personal history fake stories. Like secret cyanide pills, communist relatives being captured by the Nazis. Rofl.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 7, 2022 10:46 PM
Reply to  Researcher

aye perhaps, i saw a strange rhyme in names and posts way back, across sites…??? who knows

R, you sound like a karen bigot at times, calm your horses too : ) people have a right to disagree, NB. keep the heid.

for all i know you and czaquemac are the same person? ha ha

anyway let’s enjoy a moments soldarity. x

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 3:49 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Incidentally. Wasn’t your higher biology expert degree in English? ‘Creative writing’ or some such mickey mouse qualification. How does that qualify you?

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 7, 2022 10:39 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Jacques, No, they aren’t going to “get it.” It’s become a mantra for them & nothing can get by their dogmatism. Kaufmann, their idol, has said that the virus must be isolated from everything else or it’s not real, because — get this: “You have to isolate a tiger from the jungle to know it’s a tiger.” and “Measles is just the body cleansing itself;.” At one point he said it had to do with poor mothering. But no evidence is required for Kaufmann’s non sequiturs.

It’s just like when the CIA planted “flat earth” on some effective exposers of false flags– they all fell for it & discredited themselves. The technique CIA used was to give them objections to planetary science that they were unable to answer:

Example: Well if the Earth is round, why doesn’t the water of the oceans pour off? There were other more subtle objections to accepted cosmology– some of which I was unable to answer either. But when you know NOTHING about cosmology, why in the world wd you think it strange that you can’t answer objections to it?

Similarly, when one knows NOTHING about virology, why in the world wd one insist that it is an invalid science merely because it cannot satisfy one’s unrealistic, petulant desire for the KIND of identification one insists OUGHT to be possible?

That said, I personally do not know if covid is caused by a virus or by an earlier flu injection or something else in the environment. But I am not stupid enough to deny the existence of a disease which has been witnessed by thousands of doctors who have established their bona fides by strenuously opposing the “covid measures, lockdowns, etc.”

It would appear to me by Occam’s Razor that the cause is probably viral, but I’m maintaining an open mind if enough evidence of an alternate cause should present.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 12:07 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Typical strawman bullshit, yet again.

The test is fake and provably so, ergo, there is no covid or novel illness. Pretending people who are perfectly healthy have an infection or are potentially contagious is unconscionable. Additionally, changing standards of care to murder patients with ventilators and antivirals is equally vile.

The death rates worldwide were the same in 2020 as in 2019. In some countries, like Germany, they were even lower in 2020 than in 2018.

People are sick with the same things they’ve always been sick from: Seasonal Detox and Pneumonias. Pneumonia’s were rebranded as flu deaths decades ago to create a larger market for flu vaccines. Causes of these seasonal detoxes and pneumonia include Radiation. Toxaemia. Vaccines. RX drugs. Chemicals. Pollutants. Poor Diet. GMOs. Alcohol. Stress. Less Vitamin D/Sunshine.

Toxicology is overlooked as the cause of illness because it would create litigants and governments, corporations and PhRMA would be held fiscally and criminally liable. So fictional microbes as the cause of disease make a great cover story.

In biology, biochemistry and chemistry all molecules or microbes must be isolated and purified to be claimed to be discovered. Otherwise it’s nonsense. Nonsense isn’t science. But it is the gist of your comments.

Dr. Kaufman is only noting that according to virologists and their agreed upon methods in the 70’s, where they would use Rivers postulates they would take certain steps to isolate and purify viruses. Those steps were never taken. In fact, it’s not Kaufman who came up with the rules the virologists won’t follow, it’s the virologists themselves. So how is it petulant to point out their fraud for deliberately creating cell degradation and calling that a virus, and their computer generated, hypothetical genomes, fake tests and deadly vaccines?

Something has to be found in order to be claimed as real. It must be isolated and purified so it can be chemically and genetically characterized.

Virologists can’t invent a method to poison cells and call the result of that poisoning a virus. Even a DARPA shill or Mercola monkey should comprehend there must be at least two controls used to verify if it’s the patient sample causing the cytopathic effect or if it’s the deliberate starvation and poisoning of the cancerous Monkey Kidney Cells that’s causing the cytopathic effect.

Tell anyone with a doctorate and who has ever worked in a lab or in the medical research field that you are going to perform experiments or a study without controls and you would be laughed at and immediately disregarded. Forever.

To try and frame the obvious and documented fraud that has been perpetrated by Rockefeller medicine for more than a century into something about Kaufman when he’s only explaining the findings of Dr. Lanka’s research, and the findings of many others, after reading the research literature, is to be a shill for Fauci, Gates and the rest of the psychopaths who are actively murdering people with toxic vaccines.

If you believe in viruses get all your jabs and stop whining about flat earth. Anyone should be allowed challenge the incessant virus shilling and outright fraud of these unproven, invisible, unisolated “deadly“ pathogens.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:33 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Very good explanation!

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 8, 2022 3:15 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Bait & switch: we weren’t talking about the test. “If you believe in viruses get all your jabs.” Really uncalled for. You’re too emotional on this issue to consider opposing arguments.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 2:38 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Lol… because I want you to get jabbed, that’s emotional? Not in the least.

Why do you always use the term flat earth with any disputing and/or exposure of scientific fraud?

Your hypocritical rants are intellectually dishonest, and you appear incapable of understanding basic facts about the test that has already been demonstrated to be fraud.

I am putting your hypocrisy and tactics on display for the world to see.

If you can’t stand behind your beliefs about fictional entities existing (and THEREFORE being prevented with vaccines since vaccines are an integral aspect of virology and the driving force behind the fraud) then you have nothing.

Since virologists are the ones who create vaccines and vaccine technology when they discover these fictional entities in cancer cells cultures, and use those very same cancer cell cultures to create vaccines, along with added adjuvants such as heavy metals, formaldehyde and nanoparticles, why aren’t you prepared to take the vaccines associated with these alleged viral illnesses, you claim are real and dangerous?

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 3:27 AM
Reply to  Researcher

stop whining about flat earth

Why do you so often accuse others of resorting to strawman arguments when you so frequently do it yourself?

You really don’t understand the concept, do you?

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 9, 2022 2:42 AM
Reply to  Cliff Edwards

😂 No response apart from a downvote. It’s a bit hard to refute the truth, isn’t it?

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 4:10 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Note the prescribed insult in the first sentence.

The rest is ignorable BS

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 3:27 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

You have so many names here. JimboJames. Orthus. Jack/Jill troll. Imp Obs. Impossible and Proud.

Funny how Germourt’s new name, Vagabard is so chummy with Jaques. Weren’t you two pretending to argue last year? All acting.

I guess that’s how you spooks/masons t/roll.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 5:01 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Must be a small world when you regard all other posters as the same person

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 5:38 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

Why act like a troll unless you are one? You make it obvious.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 8, 2022 5:52 PM
Reply to  Researcher

What, like always having to have the last word in a thread. Feeling compelled to reply to every comment with a random insult. That sort of thing?

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 8, 2022 7:29 AM
Reply to  Researcher

You’re incredibly STUPID.

My guess is that you have no formal education because if you spewed so much random incoherent shit in any class, the professor would smack you with ruler, and you’d remembered.

Toxins cause the flu? Or chicken pox? OK. What exact toxins? Where do they come from? Have you measured them? What concentration causes disease? Do you have a purified sample of those exact toxins and have you empirically demonstrated that they cause disease? Etc. etc. …?

No. You have one BIG SHIT. Only a big stupid mouth full of insults you spew at anyone who dares disagree with you.

Oh yeah, there are contradictions and perhaps flaws in virologist methodology. It’s not an exact science after all. But what they have makes VASTLY more sense than what you have, primarily because you have NOTHING.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 8, 2022 4:11 PM
Reply to  Jacques

You and your virus shill troll Masonic clan appear too ignorant to comprehend that all molecules in existence can be isolated, purified and chemically characterized.

You majored in Masonic Judaic bullshit.

Your rants are disingenuous like your multiple screen names and your partner spook trolls with their multiple identities. Totally onto your scam, your fake names and methods.

PS. Fuck off.

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 9, 2022 2:42 AM
Reply to  Researcher

😂😂😂

Oh dear, someone’s thrown their dummy out of the cot.

Jacques
Jacques
Jan 8, 2022 7:21 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Right. I’m more than willing to lend a receptive ear to virology dissenters, in fact I’ve frequently used their arguments in debates with adamant virophiles.

The problem is that while virologists have a rather vast body of knowledge, as flawed as some of the methods might appear (at least to the untrained eye), the dissenters have pretty much big shit. They have ‘NYET”. And they’re even more dogmatic about it than those who they accuse of scientistic dogmatism.

I don’t care whether viruses do or don’t call disease, whether virology is a crock of shit. If it is, so be it. Let’s get to the bottom of it and find out what the cause is. In fact, on a personal level, I ignore the existence viruses and live my life according to the terrain theory.

Anyway, the problem is that people who claim to oppose dogmatism are evidently failing to notice that they’ve fallen victim to dogmatism just like their opponents.

This “discussion” being a case in point.

Aethelred
Aethelred
Jan 8, 2022 12:25 AM
Reply to  Jacques

-1

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 7, 2022 9:59 AM

Peak Fraud….

https://dumptheguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/jan/06/novak-djokovic-patience-vaccine-sceptics-unjabbed

Hinsliff loves the right sort of anti-vaxxer! Those plucky ethnic minority hospital porters on minimum wage are great – but not those “more middle-class form of anti-vaxxer who slips under the radar”!

Her “fury” (to use mediaspeak) is probably a reaction against what she perceives as class treason. She thinks she has the middle-class (especially the public sector middle-class) corralled – loves science, loves NHS, watches BBC, hates Johnson, shops at Waitrose – and is therefore furious at anyone who breaks with the herd.

Still, anything that lifts the thin veil of “niceness” that covers people like Hinsliff and reveals their underlying viciousness is useful.

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 7, 2022 10:22 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Hinsliff is supporting anti-vaxxers? Are you sure? Do you know if Djokovic is anti-vaxxer?

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 12:29 PM
Reply to  Orthus

What do you mean by anti-vaxxer?

Most people who don’t take the injection are not pro-vaxx. What is the opposite of pro?

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 7, 2022 1:58 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Why does anyone have to be pro or anti anything?
Isn’t it really about choice and individual Liberty?

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 7, 2022 2:06 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

It is a matter of definition. If you are not pro (you don’t want the shit for yourself), you are anti (you don’t want the shit for yourself).

It is not really a choice to refuse the offer to have a poison injected into your body, is it?
Especially when you don’t have to protect others as there is no contagious virus.

When someone on the street asks you if it’s alright that he hits you on the head with a hammer and you refuse the offer, is it really a choice?
Unless you are suicidal you will always say ‘no thank you’. There is no choice between ‘yes please’ and ‘no thank you’. It is not an option.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jan 7, 2022 7:00 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

A 23 year old healthy weight lifter in Canberra died after his second jab, it was listed as fucking covid the evil vile fucking frauds

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:45 PM

How can we stay sane in this madhouse? It’s a miracle.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 7, 2022 8:00 PM
Reply to  Terrestrial

Definition?
How about Right and Wrong.

Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Jan 8, 2022 12:45 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

That is also a definition.

David Ho
David Ho
Jan 8, 2022 1:41 AM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

Two poor men walking along spot a suitcase laying in the scrub by the side of the path. Dragging it out and opening it see, to their astonishment, what appears to be a million dollars. They exclaim that this would save their families from eviction and starvation, however upon closer inspection one of the men see that the money is counterfeit, fake and he points this fact out to his friend. He warns that they could die, be executed if they use it. The other man refuses to heed this warning seeing a million dollars in his mind when in reality the suitcase contained pieces of paper printed on only one side. He sneers at his companion: “Are you one of those anti-money people?”. And claiming his right to choose to believe that it was real money grabs the suitcase and runs off to spend it at the nearest shop.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jan 7, 2022 11:00 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The “rules are rules” mantra has a “back to basics” feel about it. Pretty soon, it’s going to turn round and bite somebody on the arse!

For the benefit of the Millennials etc:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_Basics_(campaign)

New Nane
New Nane
Jan 7, 2022 9:49 AM

The article was interminable. It had nothing new to say.

timfrom
timfrom
Jan 7, 2022 11:03 AM
Reply to  New Nane

Quite. After reading the first few paragraphs I scrolled down searching in amazement for the end. If you think I’ve got time to read all THAT you’re out of your minds, Off-G!

El Zafio
El Zafio
Jan 7, 2022 11:46 AM
Reply to  timfrom

I would, if it had anything to say, which it didn’t. Reasoning within the virus narrative framework will only get you so far.

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jan 7, 2022 1:55 PM
Reply to  El Zafio

The author (and all of us) needs to lay off the “we” …
Many of “we” have been resisting, protesting, and bringing attention to the nastiness of this system for decades. “We” have not been following the pied piper of convenience and conformity.
At the very least, Karen, take a paragraph to describe the “we” you have in mind. Start with “Those of us … “.

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 4:13 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

So much fucking unkindness.

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jan 8, 2022 3:29 AM
Reply to  El Zafio

How would you know that when your response to the article was TL:DR?

Will
Will
Jan 7, 2022 4:11 PM
Reply to  New Nane

It spoke of the reality of the human heart.