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WATCH: Iain Davis on the New World Order and How to Oppose It

Biden has warned that there is going to be a New World Order. Putin and Xi are writing joint statements about the creation of a New World Order. In fact, all of the globalists are interested in a New World Order.

Iain Davis of In-This-Together.com joins James Corbett to discuss the history of the “International Rules-Based Order,” reveal its “operating system” (technocracy), and discuss how we can fruitfully oppose it.

Links, sources and show notes – as well as download options and an audio-only version – are available here.

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Leo
Leo
Apr 11, 2022 3:20 AM

Methinks that Technocracy, by it’s own very insect nature, is self-centralizing and will inevitably lead to a core. The Ministry of everything, eventually somewhere, and it will have an exclusive anthem.
Thank goodness that it could always be unplugged 🙂
Blessings to you all!

entitled2
entitled2
Apr 6, 2022 12:01 PM

So writing to your Local PM not a option no more Iain? 😀 . (rich planet interview)

NickM
NickM
Apr 6, 2022 7:37 AM

How Russia opposes the NWO in 2022: same way it opposed the NWO in 1922. From analysis by the Saker:

“The NWO powers know that once Mariupol falls, the Russian, Chechen, and Donbass PR forces will be freed to immediately begin Phase 2 of the Special Operation. And all indications from the Saker’s analysis points to the fact that Phase 2 will be even swifter than what we’ve seen so far, for the following reasons:

  • Combined with the pullbacks from Kiev now that there is no fear of NWO forces holed up north in Kiev coming to relieve the NWO forces kettled southeast, Russia will have more forces than ever concentrated on a much smaller area of operations. This will have a big compounding effect.
  • Freed from the constraints of urban warfare, where the Russian forces are at a disadvantage because of their respect for Ukrainian life and work, the Russian Army will instead be facing open plains in the western Donbass and Dnieper river basin which favors Russian mobile warfare style; same as it did against a previous Nazi army. Not only are Ukrainian civilians much easier to evacuate from small villages but Russia can much more freely use ‘big guns’ and its fleet of attack choppers – all of which have been completely locked out of the urban battles in Mariupol and Kiev for the reasons of preventing mass civilian death and civil infrastructure destruction.

The NWO command in Washington and Brussels are desperately trying to forestall this unfolding of Russia’s Special Operation to de-Nazify the Ukraine (for the second time in living memory). They know the NWO stands no chance without major military escalation by NATZO. And they know that up till now NATZO has ‘escalated’ only against tiny countries like Serbia and Libya. Now, having prodded the Bear, there is little chance of a British Minister standing on a NATZO tank in Kiev and crowing “No one can withstand our armed might” (as a British Labour Minister boasted from a NATZO tank in Serbia). So what do the NWO command do? They do a British Novijoke — they hold up yet another tired old ragged False Flag. The audience are tired of Novijoke.

Backward
Backward
Apr 6, 2022 9:15 AM
Reply to  NickM

Why would anyone take the Saker seriously, given that he believes the official narrative on the pandemic, and even censors you if you do not? Besides, every one of his commentaries is a repeating of his “Russia good, West bad” childish religious mantra.

NickM
NickM
Apr 6, 2022 10:41 AM
Reply to  Backward

I take the Saker seriously because, like OffG, it is a Truthre site and, again like OffG, its articles and the comments from its readers are more often true than false, more often right than wrong; and more likely to admit when they were wrong.

“The Truth you can find all over the place, but only little pieces” — Bantu proverb.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 5, 2022 2:48 PM

This Chinese disguise of their intention to bring down the NWO is brilliant!

https://dumptheguardian.com/world/2022/apr/05/shanghai-puts-whole-city-on-lockdown-as-covid-cases-surge

Shutting down an entire city on the basis of another alleged casedemic – it only appears to be tyranny, it’s really for freedom and justice! Or perhaps if it looks like tyranny, sounds like tyranny, smells like tyranny, quacks like tyranny, it is tyranny….

NameWithheld
NameWithheld
Apr 5, 2022 7:04 PM
Reply to  Edwige

no mention of the word “vaccine” in the whole article.
well well.

Rob Rob
Rob Rob
Apr 5, 2022 9:42 PM
Reply to  NameWithheld

And do we really know if it’s hurting the normal people or the wealthy?
Hmm

Dayi
Dayi
Apr 5, 2022 1:33 PM

If we all put our phones down, it’s over in that instant – but no one will. I did, six years ago, and it’s fine. Life goes on and things happen. It’s been the most effective trick played on humanity, and we’ll pay dearly for not being able to put down the toys they have given us.

DBBBB
DBBBB
Apr 5, 2022 3:21 PM
Reply to  Dayi

I also did, more people are, build real communities and mobile technology will lose a lot of its allure.

fertility
fertility
Apr 7, 2022 2:38 PM
Reply to  Dayi

Very true.

william
william
Apr 5, 2022 10:48 AM

Lets hope the voters agree.

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 5, 2022 10:42 AM

Pretty much the only difference I can see between the NATO-led and Russia/China models of global order is the implication that Western leaders would be as subject to war crimes’ prosecution as anyone else.

Of course this idea looks very attractive on the surface. Who wouldn’t like to see a Bush or a Blair on trial? Be careful of what you wish for though…

War crimes clearly is part of the agenda. The MSM has been leading with it for days (which is why a glance at the MSM is still worthwhile). They’ve been spanking themselves silly over Bucha for days – but somehow never get around to mentioning what the mayor of Bucha was doing giving a smiley interview and not mentioning any massacres only a couple of days ago. I don’t know what if anything happened in Bucha – although I suspect if Russia had committed atrocities they might not have left the evidence lying about so conveniently. The parallels with the former Yugoslavia have been often mentioned – are they trying to replay Srbrenica?

One can see how this will unfold – Salisbury proves Bucha, Bucha proves Salisbury. Two lies prop each other up. Both prove Assad “gassed his own people”. And so it will go.

Ultimately it all plugs into a New World Order where national sovereignty can be overrun in the name of “international justice”. National leaders who don’t act against alleged pandemics or climate change will be in the crosshairs. I don’t see anything in the IRBO or ILBO that isn’t leading to this goal – and that’s why imo they are two wings of the same bird.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 11:34 AM
Reply to  Edwige

+1

Lilly
Lilly
Apr 7, 2022 12:05 AM
Reply to  Edwige

They are trying to replay the staged “massacre” in Racak, Kosovo, that prompted NATO to bomb Serbia in 1999.

NickM
NickM
Apr 5, 2022 9:57 AM

Fighting the NWO — Russia versus NATZO:

“war is on on April 04, 2022 · at 8:11 pm EST/EDT
In what remains of the aircraft from the crash site [in Ukraine], the Russians identify 2 French “instructors” as well as a general of the U$ Marines, Roger Cloutier. General Cloutier has always been a great supporter of Colonel Sirsky, commander of the Ukrainian Forces.

From this information about two French service officers in Ukraine in the company of soldiers from Azov we better understand Macron’s sudden decision to immediately fire General Eric Vidaud, head of the French Military Intelligence Directorate.

Roger Cloutier is still [listed as] head of LANDCOM NATO from the Turkish base in Izmir. If he was captured or killed among Azov commanders, it would be [an embarrassment] for Joe Biden, the US Army, the CIA and NATO.

Also irresponsible for Emmanuel Macron to have sent French officers to a battlefield against the Russians with whom we [the French?] are still at peace.”

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 11:36 AM
Reply to  NickM

+1

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Apr 5, 2022 8:28 AM

Just a thought:

What happens when they “discover” immense “newly found” deposits of gold?

Theobalt
Theobalt
Apr 5, 2022 11:04 AM

You just increased sales of metal detectors world wide

Antonym
Antonym
Apr 5, 2022 6:44 AM

The current Ukraine war terrible as it is has one additional dimension relevant to the above: at minimum two parallel “words” exist post February 21 2022: the Anglo + some European parts & Japan and the Russian & China + Iran club. India and many others might form the third way again.
The result of the USK’s full spectrum response – the cock-up – to Putin’s Special operation to save Russian culture next door wrecks the WEF’s favorite easy to run planned mono world.

Nigel Watson
Nigel Watson
Apr 5, 2022 5:56 AM

The war in Ukraine seems to be helping the World Economic Forum to advance several of its Great Reset goals, including depopulation via famines – a coincidence theory, or something deliberately planned? Vladimir Putin pursues self-interest, but is his self-interest best advanced by representing the people of Russia or by representing the goals of Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum? What can’t be ignored is Putin’s decision to suspend US dollar payments for Russia’s oil and gas. Personally, I think it’s amazing that the MSM are not covering the likely consequences for the West, for the reasons I explain here

Thinktwice
Thinktwice
Apr 5, 2022 2:47 AM

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wardropper
wardropper
Apr 4, 2022 11:08 PM

On a trivial note, I can’t get the image of Pete Cook sitting opposite Dud Moore out of my mind when listening to Mr. Davis’s voice.
I know I shouldn’t, but I rather enjoy it…

The interview is fairly interesting, but random Cold War stereotypes and prejudices do keep leaking out…

In the end, it’s always a question of, “If we can do blah blah blah in sufficient numbers…”
But we are already too brainwashed for that to be possible. I see no sign of those ‘sufficient numbers’…
That boat sailed when Neil Ferguson got away with a comeback performance of his ‘swine ‘flu’ pantomime, instead of being fired, prosecuted and stuck in jail.

Yes, James Corbett, Iain Davis and I will say, “No, I’m not doing it.”
But the people who will say, “Surely utter slavery can’t really be as bad as it’s made out to be. Count me in!” outnumber us a thousandfold.

When I go out for a walk, or go shopping, everything looks as insane as it looked two years ago.
I just don’t see anything changing.
We’re all preparing ourselves for the next catastrophe even as we speak…

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 4, 2022 11:31 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Shopping is actually the best place to discover the next catastrophe…inflation

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 5, 2022 7:36 AM
Reply to  wardropper

> But the people who will say, “Surely utter slavery can’t really be as bad as it’s made out to be. Count me in!” outnumber us a thousandfold.

That’s the cold hard truth I’m afraid …

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 4, 2022 11:04 PM

They like a bit of word magick:

Putin = put-in?
Putin = putain (French for whore)?

Remember that George Floyd’s teacher was supposedly Waynel Sexton…

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 4, 2022 11:19 PM
Reply to  Edwige

путь (put’) = ‘a/the way’ in Russian

Put-in –> ‘the way’ – in. Someone who can find the way in?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Apr 5, 2022 12:48 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The Spanish word for whore also starts with the same syllable.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Apr 5, 2022 8:25 AM
Reply to  Edwige

In France they’ve changed his name to “Poutine” to avoid any misunderstanding!

May Hem
May Hem
Apr 4, 2022 10:31 PM

Putin’s rubles – Interesting perspective from economist Michael Hudson. I wonder how these coming changes will affect the digital currency plans? Unfortunately that question has not yet been asked, as far as I know. Anyone else got a clue or two?

“The petrodollar will remain between the United States and its allies. But alongside it, there will be the Saudi-yuan and India-yuan arrangements for trade in oil, minerals, industrial products and probably international investment.

Trade in these products will be able to occur in a number of currencies, probably on a number of exchanges. It is not clear whether some formal or informal arbitrage may develop between these areas. That is part of what is to be designed.

To oversee and regulate the resulting financial and trade arrangements, an alternative to the IMF is needed. The U.S. will not join any organization in which it does not have veto power, so we will see a division of the world into different trading and monetary areas. The result is not so much a conflict as two quite different operating philosophies as the non-U.S. world develops its alternative to financialized neoliberalism.”

Full article at: https://michael-hudson.com/2022/03/putins-rubles/

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 4, 2022 10:51 PM
Reply to  May Hem

The ruble linked to the gold is another important factor in there:
https://tfiglobalnews.com/2022/03/31/by-pegging-gold-to-the-ruble-russia-has-just-wiped-out-the-dollars-clout-from-the-world-markets/

The ruble linked to energy (energy purchases from Russia).
The ruble linked to gold.

So gold linked to energy? The mind boggles  🙄 

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 4, 2022 10:59 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Ukraine has legalised Bitcoin. Curiously, Bitcoin is big in Kazakhstan where Russia also intervened. Even more curiously, Tonga is gearing up to legalise Bitcoin and had a volcanic eruption with some strange features.

I’ve tended to view Bitcoin as a Trojan Horse to normalise digital currencies. However one could certainly construct a case that this is a string of coincidences hard to explain except as an operation to punish countries that have embraced Bitcoin.

May Hem
May Hem
Apr 4, 2022 11:15 PM
Reply to  Edwige

These rapid changes are really interesting – or perhaps they’re all a big april fool’s joke – on us???

I wonder if the ruble’s change will affect the plans for New World Order, or if Russia’s actions are all a part of these plans? What do others think?

Meanwhile, “between March 28 and June 30, the regulator is going to do so at a set price of 5,000 rubles (USD59) per 1 gram, increasing the prospect of Russia returning to the gold standard for the first time in almost a decade”

https://menafn.com/1103960062/Introduction-of-gold-backed-ruble-might-be-significant-shift

May Hem
May Hem
Apr 4, 2022 11:58 PM
Reply to  May Hem

And yet another view of ruble/gold:

“To create a gold standard, Russia must not merely offer to BUY gold for 5,000 rubles per gram. It must offer to SELL it at that price. The willingness to sell gold in exchange for a fixed number of units of currency is what links a currency to the value of gold.

However, the Russian state cannot afford to do this. The ruble will likely continue to be under pressure, as the result of strict sanctions. That means more and more people will want to trade rubles for gold. If Russia offers to sell unlimited amounts of gold for 5,000 rubles per gram, unlimited numbers of people will buy every single ounce of gold the Russian central bank has on offer.

The buyers, incidentally, will not be limited to Russians. Gold will quickly fly out the central bank’s vault and out of the country as well, sanctions or no sanctions. One way or another, legally or illegally, Russia would quickly be stripped of its gold reserves in record time.”

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4499736-buy-gold-but-only-for-the-right-reasons

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 5, 2022 12:17 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Interesting. albeit a slightly more politically biassed article.

A natural question that might arise would be WHY can’t the Russian state afford to sell gold for 5000 per gram? The author states it authoratively without adequate explanation. Countries will need rubles to buy energy, which props up the ruble. Maybe it could afford to do so?

One for the experts to think through clearly

May Hem
May Hem
Apr 5, 2022 5:11 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

Perhaps they will combine the ruble with bitcoin and call it the BUBLE? (ha ha – bad joke!)

Or, if it loses value, the BAUBLE?

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 5, 2022 7:25 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Plausible. Watch out for a Christmas launch date  😉 

Theobalt
Theobalt
Apr 5, 2022 11:28 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Ignorance on my part… they have to sell it at 5000. But do they HAVE to sell it?

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 11:50 AM
Reply to  May Hem

Once hegemony is destroyed, any country wil be able to sell anything for anything else, including the currencires of minor trade parners or barter.

Nigel Watson
Nigel Watson
Apr 5, 2022 6:29 AM
Reply to  May Hem

All staged – this is what they’re trying to achieve https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2ZTHW1kwQ0&t=220s

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 11:43 AM
Reply to  May Hem

A February report ascribed to Russian “intelligience” claims that West Asia refused to increase petroleum supplies to USA.

susan mullen
susan mullen
Apr 4, 2022 10:18 PM

A “Rules-based order” has been in place since Harry Truman (dropped 2 A-bombs on civilians) and WWII. It differs from UN’s “international law” in that the US/UK make all the rules but don’t have to follow them. RBO specifically excluded Russia which is considered subhuman. 12/17/2016, UK Conservative MP Dominic Grieve laments surprise that Russia didn’t simply agree to be a vassal of US/UK: “After the heady days of post-Cold War and the belief that we were moving the Russians into a rules-based international system, we seem to be going very rapidly in the opposite direction.”…In 2015 from Chatham House, “Challenges to the Rules-Based International Order,” (Chatham House is UK’s Royal Institute in International Affairs. patron is the Queen): “Economic and political upheavals are emboldening challengers to the rules-based international system, and to the liberal Western values it embodies….The longevity of the current international system may have led to the assumption that it was in some way the natural order of things.”…#1 US priority is selling weapons. If not Russia, “some other adversary could be invented. Anything else would be an unacceptable shock to the American economy.”

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 11:52 AM
Reply to  susan mullen

+1

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 4, 2022 9:51 PM

A ‘new world order’ would actually be a good thing. Opposing ‘new world orders’ per se, without considering each on its own merits, is simply to oppose a better world.

A denial of hope. A denial of optimism. A knee-jerk reaction to alt-media trigger phrases.

Of course you’d have to consider what each ‘new world order’ proposed utopia would look like. Biden and Putin have different visions of their ‘new world order’. Perhaps you have your own?

Biden’s ‘new world order’ is an extension of the US hegemony ie the ‘old world order’ fittingly spearheaded by someone on their last legs.

Putin’s ‘new world order’ by contrast, is a non-hegemonic world, with China, India, Russia rising to the fore. A world without McDonald’s and carpet bombing of little nations as the symbols of culture.

Sounds good. Bring it on  😀 

Ukraine crisis a catalyst for the burial of American hegemony
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202204/1257421.shtml

Vagabard
Vagabard
Apr 4, 2022 10:30 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

Continuing the burial theme. The Chinese don’t appear to be towing the line for Biden’s vision of the NWO. What went wrong?

The death of NATO – an obituary (amusing article)
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202204/1257494.shtml

May Hem
May Hem
Apr 5, 2022 5:13 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

I really enjoyed readinig that article. Thanks Vagabard.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 4, 2022 7:47 PM

In a world where fossil fuels are becoming harder and harder to come by, what is going to build and sustain this high tech future?

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Apr 4, 2022 8:10 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

It’ll be alright, a load of uranium will dig itself up, enrich itself, transport itself, nuclear power plants will build, operate and decommission themselves and the waste isn’t a problem, it’ll just go away, all without any help from fossil fuels. I know most of the planet’s problems have been caused by human technological “innovations”, but obviously, the answer is more of the same.

Kika
Kika
Apr 5, 2022 5:16 AM
Reply to  Bob the Hod

State of Western Australia is gong ahead with a new uranium mine. We’ve got lots of uranium, various metals and minerals and gas. No oil so far.

Also, if Russia will not be supplying Europe with grains, our farmers are rubbing their hands – and hoping to get lots of big orders from Europe – provided the cargo ships are still sailing.

Not really good for this country in the longer term – we always allow ourselves to get ripped off and all that mining will leave loads and loads of pollution.

Cyrus
Cyrus
Apr 4, 2022 8:44 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Does petroleum truly come from “fossils”? What is the evidence to support this wacky story? I’ve not been able to find any.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenic_petroleum_origin

Everything they have is stolen, and everything they say is a lie.

Theobalt
Theobalt
Apr 4, 2022 8:57 PM
Reply to  Cyrus

Did you get a shovel and a microscope?

Researcher
Researcher
Apr 4, 2022 9:14 PM
Reply to  Cyrus
Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 4, 2022 9:41 PM
Reply to  Cyrus

Still harder and harder to come by …

Edwige
Edwige
Apr 4, 2022 11:01 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Evidence for this claim? (Repetition is not evidence).

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 5, 2022 7:25 AM
Reply to  Edwige

> Evidence for this claim?

Despite a lot of searching for new fields Norwegian oil production is halved since it peaked in 2001.

No new Ghawar fields in the middle east.

Read up on the matter and you will see that I’m not making it up.

Charles Lamb
Charles Lamb
Apr 4, 2022 10:34 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Check out Thorium Liquid Salt Reactors. Technology dates back to the 60’s. Thorium is super abundant, technology is safe & it burns almost completely cleanly.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Apr 5, 2022 4:19 PM
Reply to  Charles Lamb

Thanks Charles.

This is the first I’ve heard about this.

I was amazed by what I found.

I would urge everyone to do a search for Thorium Liquid salt reactors.

Quite astounding, established technology promising thousands of years of cheap energy.

I wonder why we haven’t heard more about this?

Hmmmmmm!!

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 6, 2022 10:49 AM
Reply to  Charles Lamb

> Technology dates back to the 60’s.

Then why isn’t this all the rage?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Apr 5, 2022 12:56 AM
Reply to  Mr Y

Even more important is water. Sao Paolo, the largest city in the Southern hemisphere once went down to 5% of capacity. Australian cities built on a desert continent are expanding at a lunatic pace.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Apr 5, 2022 2:38 AM

The underground water tables in Kansas have been dropping for some time.

Mr Y
Mr Y
Apr 5, 2022 7:27 AM

Cities in the desert are not there for long, that’s for sure.

mgeo
mgeo
Apr 5, 2022 12:02 PM

The droughts north of the Sahara are largely unreported. They deigned to tell us of the rationing and near-crisis in Cape Town.

In Australia, all those lawns (as in the home country), golf courses, swimming pools, cash crops and soft drink/bottled-water factories must be kept supplied.

COVIDsteria eBook
COVIDsteria eBook
Apr 4, 2022 10:52 AM

How about with some satire, humor and memes?  😉 

COVIDsteria: An Oral History of America’s Great Reset https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/covidsteria-table-of-contents

Tales From the Great Reset: I Went to the Ukraine to Play Call of Duty and Get Laid, But Got Banged Up Abroad Instead American Chad, a veteran of General Milley’s woke army, joined a Reddit battalion to fight in Ukraine & get laid; but he got more than he bargained for. This is his story of getting banged up abroad. https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/great-reset-tales-ukraine-reddit-battalion

Tales From the Great Reset: I Had a One-Night Stand With a Russian Named Vlad – Here is What I Learned Hillary, a long suffering New York City resident, recently had a cross-cultural encounter with a simple Russian man named Vlad. This is her story and what she learned. https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/great-reset-tales-russian-one-night-stand

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John Crowther Lol
John Crowther Lol
Apr 4, 2022 7:46 PM

Yes humor they best defence against these empty shallow soulless psychopaths

John Crowther Lol
John Crowther Lol
Apr 4, 2022 7:48 PM

What a farcical pantomime Lol

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Apr 4, 2022 10:46 PM

I keep asking the face nappied nutters walking in the streets and thinking if they go inside any building they are in dire danger if they think that ”viruses” hang around in the air like smoke with a packed lunch looking for a naked face to pounce on. They think I am mad but seriously they put on their nappies to walk into a shop even though they have not been in the shop for 23 hours and 55 minutes in general and are perfectly healthy. Or they put them on, walk into a restaurant, sit down and take them off as if the virus can tell the difference.

Edith
Edith
Apr 5, 2022 1:04 AM

One of them told me yesterday it is to stop other people spitting on them…I asked if she thought I ever spat on her and she said no…but everyone simply should wear them to stop them spitting on her,….I asked if she had ever been harmed by this magic spit anytime in the past ….at that point she accused me of getting my misinformation from the net and wouldn’t discuss it any more….

it is kind of interesting how they have all been brainwashed to only believe the lying TV media….and none of them appear to see the craziness they are devouring…

Kika
Kika
Apr 5, 2022 5:21 AM
Reply to  Edith

Spit could be spat on to her forehead, or even her eyes! Quelle horreur!

Ort
Ort
Apr 5, 2022 8:59 PM
Reply to  Edith

I’m not even remotely defending “one of them”, and don’t mean to spit– er, split– hairs, but there seems to be semantic confusion involved in the terms “spit” and “spitting on”.

To me, “spitting on” sounds like the appalling and gross violent act of going up to one’s target and literally expectorating on them; that is, without detailing the possible repulsive specifics, deliberately orally ejecting a mouthful of viscous body fluids onto the target.

But I doubt “one of them” meant that somehow wearing a mask is a protection or some kind of talisman to ward off such aggressive sprays or globs. I think it more likely that “one of them” is of the “droplets” persuasion.

Ever since the scamdemic mask-wearing mandates were imposed, a persistent bloc of mask advocates have superciliously explained that although it’s true that masks are physically incapable of blocking naked “viruses” from transmission, the real (“proven”) benefit to wearing them is that they allegedly block the fine droplets of saliva that one unconsciously and unknowingly emits whenever one opens one’s mouth, i.e. when speaking, coughing, or even yawning.

The droplet-bugaboo True Believers believe that it’s this micro-spit, to coin a term, that spreads microscopic pathogens. Therefore, in their view, if everyone had the sense to perpetually wear masks, mankind would be preserved from the Silent Killer of ubiquitous disease-spreading micro-spit.

It’s an entirely wrongheaded, or what used to be called “neurotic” belief, arising from ignorance and paranoia. I’m just expressing an opinion to clarify the craziness.

Koba
Koba
Apr 4, 2022 8:04 PM

Anyone claiming that COVID is communism is a fool as the website you linked to likes to think

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Apr 5, 2022 12:53 AM
Reply to  Koba

It may not be classical Marxism but it is close enough.