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Letter to US Legislators: #DefundTheThoughtPolice Reject S.3737 (Promoting Public Health Information Act) and All Other Legislation, Tools, & Infrastructure Targeting Free Speech

Margaret Anna Alice

I am calling on you to reject S.3737 (Promoting Public Health Information Act introduced by Senators Ben Ray Luján and Chris Murphy) and every other instrument of censorship under consideration now and in the future.

Below is one of the dubious duties delineated in S.3737:

(C) strategies to improve communication and dissemination of scientific and evidence-based public health information to the public, and, as appropriate, to address misinformation during public health emergencies, including strategies to—

(i) identify the most effective methods for the dissemination of information during a public health emergency;

(ii) determine best practices and communicate information to populations that may be impacted by such misinformation; and

(iii) adapt approaches for the dissemination of information, as appropriate, to address emerging trends related to misinformation.

This proposed anti-democratic legislation would establish a Public Health Information & Communications Advisory Committee that would in effect serve as a Ministry of Truth for the realm of public health, which we know after two years of liesconsistently failed policies, and human rights violations has only resulted in astounding numbers of injuries and fatalities for We the People.

While authoritarian COVID policies have shoved ordinary citizens deeper into poverty, Pfizer has been crowned a “$100 billion pharma goliath” and BigPharma enablerspropagandistscolluders, and tyrants have become grotesquely affluent, with COVID racketeering making a new billionaire every seventeen hours.

Now that the hysteria and injectable product uptake levels have peaked, that’s down to a new billionaire every thirty hours, according to the latest Oxfam report, which reveals “the world’s ten richest men own more wealth than the bottom 40 percent of humanity, 3.1 billion people.” Time to fire up the next extortion scheme.

Had legislation like S.3737 and California’s AB2098 existed in the past, the physiciansscientists, and individuals fearlessly countering the menticidal propagandizing about hazardous products would have been stomped under the jackboot of the fascist corporate-government pantechnicon, and the quacksalvers would still be wreaking destruction on the populace today.

Children would still be getting paralyzed and dying of lead-arsenic poisoning from Paris Green-drenched strawberries.

Babies would still be being born with missing limbs and organs outside their bodies from their pregnant mothers having taken thalidomide for morning sickness, and Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey would have been stripped of her license, libeled, and unpersoned for “reject[ing] the application for thalidomide on the grounds that it lacked sufficient evidence of safety through rigorous clinical trials” instead of being given the President’s Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service by President Kennedy.

Victims of thalidomide

Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey being awarded the President’s Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service by President Kennedy

Mothers would still be dying of puerperal fever during childbirth, and Ignác Semmelweis would have died a lonely, tragic death in an asylum because the “experts” of his day scoffed at his advice to wash their hands between autopsies and deliveries. (Oh wait, that is what happened to Semmelweis, but “The Science” eventually caught up with his recommendations and countless children didn’t grow up motherless because of it.)

Parents would still be spritzing their children with DDT before they went out to play, and kids would still be darting through clouds of DDT at the beach like sprinkler jets.

Women would still be smoothing radium cream into their cheeks and drinking “fresh, invigorating, natural radioactive water.”

One in 1,000 children would still be contracting poliomyelitus from the early polio vaccines, and Dr. Maurice Brodie would have been vaulted into bankable celebrity instead of dying of a suspected suicide at thirty-six.

Mothers would still be soothing their teething babies with cocaine, heroin, chloroform, morphine, opium, and pentobarbital products.

Patients taking Merck’s Vioxx for osteoarthritis pain would still be dropping dead of heart attacks and strokes beyond the 55,000 premature deaths found to have been caused bythe FDA’s failure to recall Vioxx earlier.”

People would still be developing infantile paralysis from lead chips at their places of residence and employment, and children would still be suffering neurological and organ damage from exposure to lead products (oops, that’s still happening, too).

Doctors would still be performing lobotomies, whose inventor was awarded the Nobel Prize for a technique that just possibly came too soon for the technology and medical philosophy of its own epoch.”

Mercury would still be “considered a near-miraculous substance capable of eradicating the most severe diseases,” and patients would still be downing “mercury cyanide, mercuric iodide, mercury benzoate, and mercuric chloride” from corporations like Eli Lilly and Sharpe & Domme.

Babies would still be getting patted down with Johnson & Johnson’s asbestos powder.

Pinto gas tanks would still be bursting into flames at 28MPH impact, and Chevrolet Corvair passengers would still be enjoying acrobatic rollovers and getting “impaled by noncollapsible steering wheels.”

Doctors would still be hawking cigarettes, and tobacco corporations wouldn’t have had to pay a $246 billion settlement to victims of their scientific fakery.

Dr. Oliver Sacks (one of my favorite human beings to have ever lived and whom I affectionately refer to as “The Cherub” and “The Patron Saint of Neurology”) would have been discredited, delicensed, and demonized for repurposing L-dopa for his postencephalitic patients—an audacious experiment that sparked the miraculous responses and scientific breakthroughs he would go on to document in Awakenings.

Oliver Sacks and Robin Williams on the set of Awakenings (via the Oliver Sacks Foundation)

Dupont would still be causing conditions like “kidney cancer, testicular cancer, thyroid disease, high cholesterol, pre-eclampsia and ulcerative colitis” for the 100,000 residents of the Ohio towns of Parkersburg, Vienna, Little Hocking, and Lubeck by dumping PFOA powder and sludge into the Ohio River, “digestion ponds,” and landfills.

You could pack a library wing with examples of malignant corporate chicaneryfatal medical errorsmedical blindness, and harmful scientific experimentation that once passed as mainstream, officially sanctioned $cience™ and only ended because ethical doctors, scientists, whistleblowers, journalists, and other truth-tellers risked their reputationscareers, and lives to expose the corruption, fraud, injuries, and deaths caused by unscrupulous entities.

Substacker Mickey Z. recently attempted an abbreviated synopsis of such examples, including Chester M. Southam, who “injected unknowing inmates at the Ohio State Prison with live cancer cells,” and:

the Tuskegee Study, mercury fillings, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), veal crates, electroshock therapy, napalm, mustard gas, automatic weapons, sonic weaponry, directed energy weapons, weapons in general, surgical experiments (without anesthesia) on slaves, deforestation, Vioxx, DDT, eugenics, GMOs, fossil fuels, the Milgram experiments, factory farming, the medicalization of the birthing process, vivisection, mountaintop mining, MK ULTRA, conversion therapy, forced sterilizations, pre-frontal lobotomies, waterboarding, deep-sea bottom trawling, Accutane, land mines, and the electric chair…”

In Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism, gutsy investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson encapsulates the dangers of mindlessly trusting “mainstream science”:

[P]ropagandists are implying that we must always view ‘mainstream science’ as trustworthy and never question it—despite thousands of reasons why good journalists should be far more circumspect.

After all, mainstream science once gave its stamp of approval for pregnant women to use thalidomide, later blamed for birth defects in forty-six countries. Mainstream doctors once said smoking was good for us. Mainstream scientists gave approval to the RotaShield vaccine to prevent diarrhea in newborns, but the medicine was found to cause a fatal disorder in some babies.

You can probably think of more examples.

The point is that although mainstream medicine has done incredible things to save and improve lives, it is hardly infallible or without conflicts of interest. What is seen as mainstream science today is often not mainstream science tomorrow.

Yet many in the media today suggest that acknowledging this fact is heretical. Journalists used to believe part of their job was to question in a rational way. Now many see their job as convincing the public not to question certain narratives and bullying those who do.

She describes how the narrative-shapers justify their manipulation of facts:

[T]he people behind a narrative do not always have cynical or evil motives. They may even be acting according to what they believe to be a higher purpose. In such cases, these people share an important belief: that they are smarter than you are. They do not trust you to process information and draw your own conclusions because you might draw the wrong ones. You must not be left to your own devices. So, much like Big Brother, they dictate which views are to be considered legitimate and which are off-limits. They tell you what to think. They become the ultimate arbiters of truth even when it’s a matter of debate or opinion. It’s all for your own good.

“Settled science. Not open to debate. Everyone agrees.”

In this exhaustive exposé of BigPharma corruption, health writer Rebecca Strong notes that the “Pharmaceuticals and Health Products industry is able to spend more on lobbying than any other industry in America.”

As a legislator, you understand this reality better than most.

You know politicians like you are payolaed to blind yourself to pharmaceutical company crimes; deafen your ears to the lamentations of vaxx victims; ignore the 1,277,978 adverse reaction reports (including 28,312 deaths) received by the CDC through May 20, 2022, and those documented in hundreds of peer-reviewed articles; deny evidence of clinical trial fraud; propagate life-threatening disinformation; defer to pharma-captured coverup agencies like the FDA and CDCrefuse to answer questions that jeopardize Minitrue’s COVID narrative; and suppress your conscience about all of these and the legion other contemptible acts committed on behalf of your paymasters and mendacious puppeteers.

As Health Freedom Defense Fund Founder and President Leslie Manookian reveals in this illuminating article:

Though banned for decades in America, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 legalized the dissemination of information in the US whether the information is true, partly true, or completely false.”

In other words, for the past decade, the United States government has been legally permitted to wage disinformation wars against its own citizens—a dark art that has been taken to wizardry levels over the past two years.

And guess what? We know it. Sixty-five percent of Americans have woken up to the fact that the experimental-injectable-products-without-stopping-condition you’ve been blackmailing, bribing, arm-twisting, and coercing us into accepting into our arms are unsafe and ineffective.

Even 87 percent of Twitter users know it:

To paraphrase a quote frequently attributed to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn:

We know you are lying, you know you are lying, you know we know you are lying, we know you know we know you are lying, but you are still lying.”

This rampant prevarication has caused irreparable damage to citizens’ trust in governments and politicians worldwide, and they will register that distrust at the ballot box—despite public-opinion engineers’ instructions to hard-pivot ahead of the midterms:

Even line-toeing policymakers like Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer (h/t Chris Bray) understand the degree to which their credibility has been destroyed by their persistent deceptions and obfuscations of the data (@ 56:38):

But the science has changed. And we can’t really lie to everybody. We can’t have a quarantine policy that doesn’t reflect some natural immunity. We can’t have a quarantine policy that doesn’t reflect that vaccinated people, particularly when they make up the majority of the population, are very likely to get infected.…

“The places we fail are the places we’ve failed historically, and the work to repair this is gonna take some time.… People don’t trust us.…

“We’re disadvantaged because the data’s complicated. The story we’re trying to tell is complicated. If I stand up and I acknowledge that ‘Vaccines don’t work so great at preventing infections’ while I’m trying to get more people to get vaccinated, you could see why people are saying, ‘Well, don’t share that information, don’t tell people.’…

“Everybody knows the vaccines aren’t working so great. So if they don’t hear it from us … that doesn’t really help.”

In other words, the inconvenient data reflecting the reality that the injected get infected is making it “complicated” to maintain the false narrative that these snake-oil products are “effective.”

(Newspeak tip: Whenever you hear the catchphrase, “The science has changed,” that translates to, “The political $cience™ has changed” (see polling report above), which can be further rendered to, “We need to change our story now that the public is catching on,” or “We’ve got to alter the public’s perception in time for the next election cycle.”)

Enacted in 1952 and declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 1967, New York State’s Feinberg Law provoked this dissenting opinion from US Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black:

This is another of those rapidly multiplying legislative enactments which make it dangerous … to think or say anything except what a transient majority happens to approve at the moment. Basically these laws rest on the belief that Government should supervise and limit the flow of ideas into the minds of men. The tendency of such governmental policy is to mould people into a common intellectual pattern. Quite a different governmental policy rests on the belief that Government should leave the mind and spirit of man absolutely free. Such a governmental policy encourages varied intellectual outlooks in the belief that the best views will prevail. This policy of freedom is in my judgment embodied in the First Amendment and made applicable to the states by the Fourteenth.”

In The Rape of the Mind, Joost Merloo reflects on Black’s statement, noting [emphasis mine]:

“In our fear of being polluted, we create norms and schemes against which we measure the acceptability of unorthodox ideas, and we forget that the presence of minority ideas, acceptable or not, is one of the ways in which we protect ourselves against the creeping growth of conformist majority thinking in us.…

“Because of this policy [of freedom], public officials cannot be constitutionally vested with powers to select the ideas people can think about, censor the public views they can express, or choose the persons or groups people can associate with. Public officials with such powers are not public servants; they are public masters.

Not only does the Supreme Court’s overturning of Feinberg Law make S.3737 and every other attempt to establish a Thought Police illegal, but it serves as a necessary reminder that you are public servants—not public masters, and you have neither a legal nor a constitutional nor a moral right to dictate which information citizens can consume, contemplate, or share.

The 1943 case West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette (319 US 624, 642) further cements the legal precedent for prohibiting the abridgment of free speech. As Justice Robert Jackson stated:

[i]f there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion.”

No other policy is a graver menace to democracy than censorship. It is a defining trait of every dictatorship in history.

Václav Havel writes in The Power of the Powerless:

“If the main pillar of the [totalitarian] system is living a lie, then it is not surprising that the fundamental threat to it is living the truth. This is why [the truth] must be suppressed more severely than anything else.”

In his 1955 speech “Homage to an Exile,” Albert Camus addressed Colombian President and El Tiempo Editor Eduardo Santos, who had been driven into exile by the new dictatorship:

… by letting your fine newspaper be destroyed rather than allowing it to serve falsehood and despotism, you were one of those uncompromising witnesses who, in all circumstances, deserve respect.

“… when you were the respected President of Colombia—you not only did not use your power to censor your adversaries but you kept the newspaper of your political enemies from being suppressed.

“That deed alone is enough for us to recognize in you a real free man. Liberty has sons who are not all legitimate or to be admired. Those who applaud it only when it justifies their privileges and shout nothing but censorship when it threatens them are not on our side. But those who, according to Benjamin Constant’s remark, are willing neither to suffer nor to possess the means of oppression, who want freedom both for themselves and for others—they, in an age that poverty or terror condemns to the excesses of oppression, are the seeds beneath the snow of which one of the greatest among us spoke.”

Albert Camus, Resistance, Rebellion, & Death

These lines from Camus’s speech could have been written directly to you at this historic moment in the battle to recover our First Amendment rights:

whoever does violence to truth or to its expression eventually mutilates justice, even though he thinks he is serving it.”

Carl Joachim Friedrich and Zbigniew K. Brzezinski outline these six characteristics of totalitarianism in their 1956 book, Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy:

  1. An elaborate guiding ideology
  2. A single political party, typically led by a dictator
  3. Use of instruments of terror such as violence and secret police to control the population
  4. A government monopoly on weapons
  5. A government monopoly on means of communication (such as state-controlled media and heavy censorship)
  6. A state-controlled economy

Thanks to autocratic COVID policies, the majority of countries around the world have nearly achieved all six characteristics of totalitarianism.

You can either escalate or roll back that tyranny, and voters will remember your actions accordingly.

Now that the COVID lies are collapsing of their own weight and the truth will soon triumph, you would be wise to reposition yourself on the right side of history by rejecting all fascistic legislation calling for censorship of thought or speech.

As much as dictatresses like Jacinda Ardern like to insist they are our “single source of truth,” no one, no matter how powerful, has the right to enshrine herself as the deified arbiter of truth—even under those states of emergencies tyrants so love to declare as a pretext for vacuuming up more power.

In an article titled COVID UPDATE: What Is the Truth? published in the peer-reviewed journal Surgical Neurology International, retired neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock opens [emphasis mine]:

The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the most manipulated infectious disease events in history, characterized by official lies in an unending stream lead by government bureaucracies, medical associations, medical boards, the media, and international agencies. We have witnessed a long list of unprecedented intrusions into medical practice, including attacks on medical experts, destruction of medical careers among doctors refusing to participate in killing their patients and a massive regimentation of health care, led by non-qualified individuals with enormous wealth, power and influence.

For the first time in American history a president, governors, mayors, hospital administrators and federal bureaucrats are determining medical treatments based not on accurate scientifically based or even experience based information, but rather to force the acceptance of special forms of care and ‘prevention’—including remdesivir, use of respirators and ultimately a series of essentially untested messenger RNA vaccines.

For the first time in history medical treatment, protocols are not being formulated based on the experience of the physicians treating the largest number of patients successfully, but rather individuals and bureaucracies that have never treated a single patient—including Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, EcoHealth Alliance, the CDC, WHO, state public health officers and hospital administrators.

The media (TV, newspapers, magazines, etc), medical societies, state medical boards and the owners of social media have appointed themselves to be the sole source of information concerning this so-called ‘pandemic’.

Websites have been removed, highly credentialed and experienced clinical doctors and scientific experts in the field of infectious diseases have been demonized, careers have been destroyed and all dissenting information has been labeled ‘misinformation’ and ‘dangerous lies’, even when sourced from top experts in the fields of virology, infectious diseases, pulmonary critical care, and epidemiology. These blackouts of truth occur even when this information is backed by extensive scientific citations from some of the most qualified medical specialists in the world.

Please take the time to read the entire article to unburden yourself of the lies you have imbibed and acquaint yourself with the ample examples of “misinformation” now acknowledged to be true.

Blaylock even praises “misinformation superspreader” Steve Kirsch and the numerous smeared physicians and scientists whose warnings, concerns, and statements have been proven out over time.

L.L.B. Angas once misquoted Arthur Schopenhauer as follows:

“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”

We are now approaching the third stage, and it is time for you to make amends to the people of conscience bills like S.3737 would penalize for “spreading misinformation.”

Instead of bulldozing those courageously exposing the malfeasance of the pharmaceutical drug cartel, governments around the world should be pinning medals like the President’s Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service on the Dr. Frances Oldham Kelseys of today—those scientists, doctors, researchers, and vaccine safety experts who are demanding the cessation of the most disastrous experiment on Homo Sapiens in history as devastatingly proven by rigorous data analysis and the tragic real-world consequences of this hubris.

Rather than criminalizing and character-assassinating the physicians responsible for saving tens of thousands of lives with highly effective early treatment protocols, you should be honoring these groupthink-resistant voices, from Dr. Paul Marik to Dr. Peter McCullough to Dr. Pierre Kory to Dr. Vladimir Zelenko to Dr. Tess Lawrie to Dr. Meryl Nass to Dr. Joseph Mercola to Dr. Colleen Huber to Dr. Brian Tyson and Dr. George Fareed (authors of Overcoming the COVID Darkness: How Two Doctors Successfully Treated 7,000 Patients) to FLCCC Alliance doctors and beyond.

You should be humbly listening to the 17,000 battle-scarred physicians and medical scientists declaring “that the state of medical emergency must be lifted, scientific integrity restored, and crimes against humanity addressed.”

If you care about saving lives, you will quash legislation that squelches free speech and subjugates medical science to political $cience while promoting laws that let doctors be doctors and protect the physician-patient relationship from interference by the fascistic union of corporation and state.

As Kennedy urged in his June 11, 1962, Yale University commencement address:

“As every past generation has had to disenthrall itself from an inheritance of truisms and stereotypes, so in our own time we must move on from the reassuring repetition of stale phrases to a new, difficult, but essential confrontation with reality.

“For the great enemy of truth is very often not the lie—deliberate, contrived and dishonest—but the myth—persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic. Too often we hold fast to the clichés of our forebears. We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations. We enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.”

It is long past time to restore freedom of speech, communication, and thought in this once-great nation.

You can express your patriotism, attempt to salvage your personal credibility, and demonstrate your respect for the people of this republic by heeding Kennedy’s summons to let the “people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market.”

You can close the chapter on one of America’s most shameful periods in history and prevent this country from sliding into a totalitarian technocratic dystopia by refusing to sanction S.3737 and every other permutation that violates our First Amendment rights under the pretense of suppressing “mis/dis/mal-information.”

Draw fortitude from Camus’s words in knowing that:

[you are] not alone and [your] action is not futile, that there always comes a day when the palaces of oppression crumble, when exile comes to an end, when liberty catches fire.”

Liberty is already catching fire and spreading across the planet. #DefundTheThoughtPolice to join the international movement for freedom, truth, and justice and to plant your stake in American history.

Margaret Anna examines propaganda, neuropsychology, culture, linguistic programming, and mass control in her aim to awaken the sleeping before tyranny triumphs. Visit her blog to read more of her work or buy her a coffee.

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Dissident
Dissident
Jun 12, 2022 9:52 PM

Speaking about suppressing truly alternative voices – zerohegde.com that apparently is also perceived as an “alternative media” did not post even my critical of the controlled opposition comments.

So, the narrative is much better controlled than we’re led to believe. Those pseudo-alternative media websites are there for a reason – to feed government-approved utterances under the guise of an “opposition.”

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jun 7, 2022 4:56 PM

Test

Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2022 3:29 AM

Assuming for a minute this letter would actually make it to the US Legislators, it would be read by either an aide or an intern, who would then decide whether or not to let the Legislator have a look-see.

I fear the aide or intern would conclude the letter to be too long and too complex for a US Legislator to have to endure.

Or they might hand it to a lobbyist to peruse. And a lobbyist would have his aide flip the switch on the shredder.

Ort
Ort
Jun 5, 2022 7:32 PM
Reply to  Howard

I’m not sure what the exact Citizen Correspondence Intake process is, but I’m positive that if the lowest-level flunky– say, an intern– showed it to the lowest-level aide, the aide would immediately bark, “Just give me the gist of it!”

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 4, 2022 9:00 PM

more than half of all German physicians became early joiners of the Nazi Party, surpassing the party enrollments of all other professions

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23040706
Why did so many German doctors join the Nazi Party early?
Haque et al
Sep-Dec 2012
 
Abstract
During the Weimar Republic in the mid-twentieth century, more than half of all German physicians became early joiners of the Nazi Party, surpassing the party enrollments of all other professions. From early on, the German Medical Society played the most instrumental role in the Nazi medical program, beginning with the marginalization of Jewish physicians, proceeding to coerced “experimentation,” “euthanization,” and sterilization, and culminating in genocide via the medicalization of mass murder of Jews and others caricatured and demonized by Nazi ideology. Given the medical oath to “do no harm,” many postwar ethical analyses have strained to make sense of these seemingly paradoxical atrocities. Why did physicians act in such a manner? Yet few have tried to explain the self-selected Nazi enrollment of such an overwhelming proportion of the German Medical Society in the first place. This article lends insight into this paradox by exploring some major vulnerabilities, motives, and rationalizations that may have predisposed German physicians to Nazi membership-professional vulnerabilities among physicians in general (valuing conformity and obedience to authority, valuing the prevention of contamination and fighting against mortality, and possessing a basic interest in biomedical knowledge and research), economic factors and motives (related to physician economic insecurity and incentives for economic advancement), and Nazi ideological and historical rationalizations (beliefs about Social Darwinism, eugenics, and the social organism as sacred). Of particular significance for future research and education is the manner in which the persecution of Jewish physician colleagues was rationalized in the name of medical ethics itself. Giving proper consideration to the forces that fueled “Nazi Medicine” is of great importance, as it can highlight the conditions and motivations that make physicians susceptible to misapplications of medicine, and guide us toward prevention of future abuse.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 4, 2022 11:43 PM

Potentially interesting. Thanks 🙏

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Jun 4, 2022 6:06 PM

Just…
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New Name
New Name
Jun 6, 2022 4:08 AM
Reply to  Voz 0db

I would have preferred a hammer and sickle on the muzzle.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jun 4, 2022 4:30 PM

Quite the rant! But it fails to define 1st Amendment Constitutional rights regarding Freedom of Speech. Perhaps this first excerpt would be helpful: >

Before we can properly define “unconstitutional” we need to define what a constitution is

CONSTITUTION. In public law. The organic and fundamental law of a nation or state, which may be written or unwritten, establishing the character and conception of its government, laying the basic principles to which its internal life is to be conformed, organizing the government, and regulating, distributing, and limiting the functions of its different departments, and prescribing the extent and manner of the exercise of sovereign powers.

In American law. The written instrument agreed upon by the people of the Union or of a particular state, as the absolute rule of action and decision for all departments and officers of the government in respect to all the points covered by it, which must control until it shall be changed by the authority which established it, and in opposition to which any set or ordinance of any such department or officer is null and void.

– Black’s Law Dictionary – 1st Edition – 1891

Excerpted from: First Amendment – United States Constitution

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Functional definitions: First Amendment | Contents, Freedoms, Rights, & Facts | Britannica

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 3:24 PM

So what happened to the last open letter to our ‘representatives’? (silence, except for a few crickets chirping in the background…)

I do appreciate that writing it must have been a great way to let off steam – I have written such letters myself to people I have a serious gripe with.
But they remain unsent, because I know they will never be read by anyone.

Like you, I certainly feel better after writing them, and they do help to focus one’s thoughts. Your current letter is also informative, but that is all to one’s personal benefit and not an incentive for criminals to change their ways.

It is also far too long for most people to plough through, because its message is already perfectly clear in the first five or six short paragraphs.
A 20-volume encyclopedia could readily be created of all the anecdotes we critical thinkers have collected over recent years, but our major dilemma consists in how to have an actual effect on our official murderers.

Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2022 3:14 AM
Reply to  wardropper

The only way to effect any change whatsoever in representative government is for ALL VOTERS to adopt one absolute rule: NEVER vote for an incumbent. Period.

Granted, the powers controlling governments will still find a way to worm their way into the hearts and minds of elected representatives; but at least the primary route will be cut off. Campaigning will become less viable as a means of controlling politicians.

Once the popularity factor is totally removed, it may – MAY – be possible for the people to effect other changes.

By regarding politicians as just another type of celebrity, the people have turned legislatures into celebrity game shows.

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Jun 4, 2022 3:10 PM

We are seeing the rise of the new bourgeoisie. They are much like the old bourgeoisie, but with added greed and insanity, which they seem to have in equal measure. They also have a longer reach.

It’s a two tier system, of greed and insanity.

siamdave
siamdave
Jun 4, 2022 1:01 PM

very excellent

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jun 4, 2022 12:27 PM

In closing: Your ass is grass for crimes against humanity. Nuremberg 2.0 is coming. Are you in or are you out?

Wisenox
Wisenox
Jun 4, 2022 10:48 AM

This article goes on and on about the lies and manipulations surrounding the fake pandemic, as if ‘fighting the good fight’, yet makes no mention of the patents used for the vaccines.
The patents cross the blood brain barrier, but hey, no need to bring that part up, right?

The article tells us that we’re supposed to be honoring the list of controlled opposition trap doctors they detail. Weird how they all supposedly fight the system and the vaccine, but fail to mention that the patent installs carbon nanotubes.

Its a distraction and people should ask the celebrity covid doctors why they don’t mention the patents.
The patents are the only thing that was used on the people. Failing to detail their capabilities is utterly ridiculous.

Propaganda!

siamdave
siamdave
Jun 4, 2022 1:47 PM
Reply to  Wisenox

sniff sniff hmmmm – the ‘patents’ cross the blood-brain barrier — hmmm

Wisenox
Wisenox
Jun 4, 2022 4:14 PM
Reply to  siamdave

The Moderna patent (patent # 10703789) has this included technology:
WO2015/0030576: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TARGETING AGENTS INTO AND ACROSS THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER. 
2013/0251618: METHOD FOR MAKING SEMICONDUCTING SINGLE WALL CARBON NANOTUBES
WO2009127230: MODIFIED (m)RNA FOR SUPPRESSING OR AVOIDING AN IMMUNOSTIMULATORY RESPONSE AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE COMPOSITION

Search the patent for the numbers.

Howard
Howard
Jun 5, 2022 3:20 AM
Reply to  Wisenox

Since Moderna was apparently focusing on cancer related vaccines before being bitten by the COVID bug, the Patents make more sense – they’re still hideous but things like immunosupression, e.g., seem less menacing.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 6:54 PM
Reply to  Wisenox

Did you want the article to be even longer…?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 4, 2022 10:24 AM

Good

Good letter but not one that would affect or move the political whores that infest the political machinery. Notable omissions are alcohol and phone tower radiation.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jun 4, 2022 12:46 PM

5G definitely. Not sure about alcohol. I might not be here right now if it were not for alcohol. Prohibition and the temperance movement only made things bad. (Although, Boot legger Joe Kennedy might not have made the fortune that sprang his son into the White House.) The practice of giving every member of the family fermented apple cider instead of water from a contaminated well ended many years ago. Eventually, we figured out the well and the outhouse should not be next to each other. Just like all those ancient herbals that considered all those basal rosettes surviving winter under snow as medicinal plants. Simple vitamin deficiency was the problem and the rosettes were a storehouse of the missing nutrients we needed. We can now buy them as a Pasteurized liquid even though the process destroys many of the nutrients. Sorry. Let’s keep alcohol off that list for now…….Please…..

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 4, 2022 1:41 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

The Bronfmans were the most notorious bootleggers. They were in league with the Purple Gang and Meyer Lansky and the like. Their lawyer Major Bloomfield of Montreal was in the plot to bump off JFK. The bootlegging Purple Gang is believed to have kidnapped and killed the Lindbergh baby.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 4, 2022 9:26 AM

And just going off on a tangent, I reckon the opioid crisis they go on about and which I think is undoubtedly real (speaking from experience) has an effect on brain chemistry. I think addiction to these painkillers creates a schism in the mind whereby peoples’ consciousnesses are cut apart from their instinctive depths and they start to see the world around them in an increasingly shallow two dimensional way. Once again – the image of screens comes up.

siamdave
siamdave
Jun 4, 2022 1:49 PM
Reply to  George Mc

generally speaking the capitalist world is a shallow two-dimensional thing it’s quite natural to want to escape from ..

Johnnycomelately
Johnnycomelately
Jun 4, 2022 9:24 AM

Maggie in one of your awful love letters, your anti vaccine – save the children hero trump still fighting the deep state..? he was on his midterms campaign trail with Johnson and Johnson.
Undercover was he….??
Trust the plan.
Nothing speaks drain the swamp more than having Robert Wood Johnson IV, or Woody Johnson, is a scion of the Johnson & Johnson dynasty. He has a close relationship with Trump, having served as the U.S. ambassador to the UK from August 2017 to January 2021.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1522980479238123521

Jax
Jax
Jun 4, 2022 9:24 AM

the past was erased
the erasure forgotten
the lie became the truth

NickM
NickM
Jun 4, 2022 9:21 AM

Excellent documented letter to legislators by Anna Marguirita. Hope it goes viral and copies land on every legislator’s secretary’s video screen. Hope many secretaries digest it into a short memo. Hope it results in some good legislation. I suggest some new Laws:

Thou shalt not Lie.
Thou shalt not bear false witness.
Thou shalt not deliver false judgment.” — Old Testament.

With stiff penalties to back up these simple Laws, and prevent official evasion as described by Solzhenitsyn:

We know you are lying, you know you are lying, you know we know you are lying, we know you know we know you are lying, but you are still lying.”

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jun 4, 2022 12:48 PM
Reply to  NickM

Accountability.

NickM
NickM
Jun 4, 2022 4:28 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Precisely.

siamdave
siamdave
Jun 4, 2022 1:50 PM
Reply to  NickM

yep – and whatcha gonna do about it???

Antonym
Antonym
Jun 4, 2022 9:20 AM

Good news now a needle in a fakestack:

Geneva, May 30: WHO Forced into Humiliating Backdown

Botswana read a statement on behalf of its 47 AFRO members, saying they would be collectively withholding their support for the ‘reforms’, which many African members were very concerned about. Multiple other countries also said they had reservations over the changes and would not be supporting them either. These included Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Iran and Malaysia. Brazil in particular said it would exit WHO altogether, rather than allow its population to be made subject to the new amendments.

In the end, the WHO and its wealthy nation supporters were forced to back down.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 4, 2022 9:11 AM

Well, I think that pretty much says it all! What we think or have thought yesterday we don’t think today. I think!?

One of those thinkers who nailed it was – I think Thomas Kuhn – in his revolutionary work The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Kuhn developed the theory of Paradigm Shifts where what we used to believe turned out to be BS and new knowledge opened up new vistas of knowledge and science. But then the new knowledge in its turn metamorphosed into new BS! So here we have a dynamic process rather than a static model. And of course a struggle to the death of the ‘settled science’ with a revolution in human thought.

In economics we have the radical theories put forward by the 19th century thinkers Adam Smith, David Ricardo, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. But the conservative backlash came with the marginalists Carl Menger, Stanley Jevons and Leon Walras. Unfortunately the marginalists won, but the battle still rages, and after the battle? A new battle and a new paradigm of course!

Throughout a person’s life there is an awakening or there isn’t. But the radical human impulse will never be silenced, even in a benighted age like ours.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 4, 2022 9:10 AM

You should be humbly listening to the 17,000 battle-scarred physicians and medical scientists declaring “that the state of medical emergency must be lifted, scientific integrity restored, and crimes against humanity addressed.”

Which declaration did these “17,000 physicians and medical scientists” actually sign? It appears to be the following Rome Declaration of September 2021.

https://doctorsandscientistsdeclaration.org/original
PHYSICIANS DECLARATION
GLOBAL COVID SUMMIT – ROME, ITALY
International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists
September, 2021
[UPDATE: as of 8am ET on 1/18 over 17,000 doctors & scientists have signed the Rome Declaration]

We the physicians of the world, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the profession of medicine as we know it is at a crossroad, are compelled to declare the following;

WHEREAS, it is our utmost responsibility and duty to uphold and restore the dignity, integrity, art and science of medicine;
WHEREAS, there is an unprecedented assault on our ability to care for our patients;
WHEREAS, public policy makers have chosen to force a “one size fits all” treatment strategy, resulting in needless illness and death, rather than upholding fundamental concepts of the individualized, personalized approach to patient care which is proven to be safe and more effective;
WHEREAS, physicians and other health care providers working on the front lines, utilizing their knowledge of epidemiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology, are often first to identify new, potentially life saving treatments;
WHEREAS, physicians are increasingly being discouraged from engaging in open professional discourse and the exchange of ideas about new and emerging diseases, not only endangering the essence of the medical profession, but more importantly, more tragically, the lives of our patients;
WHEREAS, thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease. Physicians are now advising their patients to simply go home (allowing the virus to replicate) and return when their disease worsens, resulting in hundreds of thousands of unnecessary patient deaths, due to failure-to-treat;
WHEREAS, this is not medicine. This is not care. These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS:

RESOLVED, that the physician-patient relationship must be restored. The very heart of medicine is this relationship, which allows physicians to best understand their patients and their illnesses, to formulate treatments that give the best chance for success, while the patient is an active participant in their care.
RESOLVED, that the political intrusion into the practice of medicine and the physician/patient relationship must end. Physicians, and all health care providers, must be free to practice the art and science of medicine without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action, including possible loss of licensure and hospital privileges, loss of insurance contracts and interference from government entities and organizations – which further prevent us from caring for patients in need. More than ever, the right and ability to exchange objective scientific findings, which further our understanding of disease, must be protected.
RESOLVED, that physicians must defend their right to prescribe treatment, observing the tenet FIRST, DO NO HARM. Physicians shall not be restricted from prescribing safe and effective treatments. These restrictions continue to cause unnecessary sickness and death. The rights of patients, after being fully informed about the risks and benefits of each option, must be restored to receive those treatments.
RESOLVED, that we invite physicians of the world and all health care providers to join us in this noble cause as we endeavor to restore trust, integrity and professionalism to the practice of medicine.
RESOLVED, that we invite the scientists of the world, who are skilled in biomedical research and uphold the highest ethical and moral standards, to insist on their ability to conduct and publish objective, empirical research without fear of reprisal upon their careers, reputations and livelihoods.
RESOLVED, that we invite patients, who believe in the importance of the physician-patient relationship and the ability to be active participants in their care, to demand access to science-based medical care.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has signed this Declaration as of the date first written.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 4, 2022 9:25 AM

The link in the article goes via Robert Malone’s substack to:

https://globalcovidsummit.org/news/declaration-iv-restore-scientific-integrity
Declaration IV – Restore Scientific Integrity
A Joint Statement, representing 17,000 Physicians and Medical Scientists to end the National Emergency, Restore Scientific Integrity, and Address Crimes Against Humanity.
Physicians And Medical Scientists
May 11, 2022

17,000 physicians and medical scientists declare that the state of medical emergency must be lifted, scientific integrity restored, and crimes against humanity addressed.

We, the physicians and medical scientists of the world, united through our loyalty to the Hippocratic Oath, recognize that the disastrous COVID-19 public health policies imposed on doctors and our patients are the culmination of a corrupt medical alliance of pharmaceutical, insurance, and healthcare institutions, along with the financial trusts which control them. They have infiltrated our medical system at every level, and are protected and supported by a parallel alliance of big tech, media, academics and government agencies who profited from this orchestrated catastrophe.

This corrupt alliance has compromised the integrity of our most prestigious medical societies to which we belong . . .

Doctors and medical scientists: you may sign the declaration here.
https://doctorsandscientists.org

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 4, 2022 9:33 AM

The above “here” redirects to:
https://doctorsandscientistsdeclaration.org

Physicians Declaration – Updated
Global Covid Summit
International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists
UPDATE: Declaration IV is now available – click here to view
GlobalCovidSummit.org
October 29, 2021
View Original Declaration
As of 8am ET on 1/18 over 17,000 doctors & scientists have signed the Rome Declaration

WE, THE PHYSICIANS OF THE WORLD, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the imminent threat to humanity brought forth by current Covid-19 policies, are compelled to declare the following:

WHEREAS . . .

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 4, 2022 8:53 AM

On the transhumanist front, I recall Russell T Davies’s Years and Years from 2019. This was a sci-fi series based in the near future where transhumanism arrives as saviour and a true “hero of the people” has her consciousness uploaded at the point of death so that she can forever hound a designated hate figure played by Emma Thompson as a kind of female Trump.

This series had just about every woke theme in it from token gay couple to the unproblematic use of technology as a political tool by the masses.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 4, 2022 8:41 AM

…COVID racketeering making a new billionaire every seventeen hours

There’s clearly a lot of money to be made from “incompetence”!

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 4, 2022 8:18 AM

17,000 physicians and medical scientists declare that the state of medical emergency must be lifted, scientific integrity restored, and crimes against humanity addressed.

https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/global-covid-summit-declaration-iv

There was no “medical emergency”!

Johnnycomelately
Johnnycomelately
Jun 4, 2022 2:02 PM

Can you leave Dr baloney alone.
He invented the RNA vaccine.
Real Stand up guy.
 😜 

Hele
Hele
Jun 4, 2022 7:04 AM

This mental mumbo jumbo in the guardian :
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/jun/04/beyond-our-ape-brained-meat-sacks-can-transhumanism-save-our-species
‘That human consciousness might be transferred from our “meat sacks” (bodies) into a technological sphere. That the rise of AI and automation might render great swathes of human labour redundant, and that maybe – if we get it right – that could leave more time for leisure, big thinking, meditation, connection.
Experiments are already underway in the realm of artificial wombs, and Bohan is sure – when viable – women will be “clamouring” to be freed from the shackles of pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding.”

No comment section of course -to crush this neurotic millennial to bits.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 7:22 AM
Reply to  Hele

I’ve actually skimmed this article. Wow! What a fucked up bitch, this Elise Bohan!

It’s kinda hard to comment on her phantasmagorical drivel, as reported in the article, but the point, or dichotomy at play, is – adaptation vs. transformation.

These trans-motherfuckers exist under the impression that man’s raison d’etre is to transform shit, including oneself. There has to be more of a push in the other direction – toward adaptation.

Anyway, if any of what’s described in the article is to become part of mainstream society, people, as opposed to transhuman androids, will have no choice but to exit society. My guess, that it’s a good time to do that know already. The idiots will fuck themselves up beyond repair a kick the bucket one after another. We’ll just have to wait in the woods long enough until for all of them are gone. If they manage to transfer their fucked up conscience onto some doodads, then it will be necessary to smash those into pieces too.

Willem
Willem
Jun 4, 2022 8:04 AM
Reply to  Jacques

In case you haven’t read the book, I would like to recommend Zamyatin’s We to you. He is showing everything you said in that SF book, including the everlasting search for perfection through technology in a city where everyone is watched and taken care of. Resistance comes from the people who live in the woods.

Most interesting part (imo) is that the main character… but I won’t spoil the best part. Let’s just say that the main character (who really is not a bad person) prefers comforting lies over truth, similar to our regular covidians who prefer the comforting lie of the jab over the truth that is that the jab is and always has been poison (clear for anyone who can see).

Now I’m thinking of it: Snow White is a similar story. She got poisoned by the 🍎 that, clear to anyone with eyes, she should not have eaten. Mmm, who is the Prince in that story? Might be some crazy anti vaxxer with a love for truth. Who would have thought of that? But now I spoil my comment with such a silly story. But then, the whole covid, vaxx and technology will save story us is a silly story.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 4, 2022 3:33 PM
Reply to  Willem

Yevegeny Zamyatin – We – Brilliant.

It is not clear whether Zamyatin left Russia of his own accord or whether he was expelled. He seemed have upset both the Tsarists and the Communist authorities and debunked to the west to write his novel.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 4, 2022 9:03 AM
Reply to  Hele

If truth goes through three stages so do conspiracy theories – first called crazy, second said maybe to be real but not that big a deal, third they are real and a good thing. Transhumanism seems to have gone into phase three.

“women will be “clamouring” to be freed from the shackles of pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding.””

One of the Fraud’s columnists (the one who happens to be named after an infamous witch) recently had a baby and all her columns are about how dreadful being a mother is. Breastfeeding is incredibly painful was one contribution.

BTW nice to see in the article the word “quacksalver” which is where “quack” comes from. Mercury used to be called quicksilver and doctors couldn’t wait to get mercury inside the human body because their Hermetic principles told them how magical it is (rather than incredibly toxic). It hasn’t really changed much except they disguise it better.

BTW2 another story from the history of medicine that started as what would now be called ‘misinformation’ was the invention of physiotherapy. Most of the medical profession believed in keeping injured limbs immobile. It was Elizabeth Kenny who pioneered its use for polio patients. Like the head of the CDC who wouldn’t authorise thalidomide, she should be a ‘woke’ heroine but the fact she isn’t says everything about how fake ‘woke’ feminism is.

Joerg
Joerg
Jun 4, 2022 10:52 AM
Reply to  Hele

The tragedy of this new 21.century is that it falls more into the trap of materialism than any century before!
While other ages had philosophers we have “thinkers” like this Elise Bohan and alikes.
Where does the world come from?‘ – does anyone search for an answer any more?
Where does the world got to?‘ – does anyone search for an answer any more?
What happens to me after I have died?‘ – does anyone search for an answer any more?
What is reality like – is it made of things and persons?‘ – does anyone search for an answer any more?
 
To the last question: Are there things, is there material, do we have bodies you could call “meat sacks” (like Bohan)?
The great philosopher David Hume doubts that there is material. Read “Of scepticism with regard to the senses” – https://davidhume.org/texts/t/1/4/2 .
Hume turns his back to his writing table and asks himself if now this desk is still there.
 
According to Buddha (not understood by “Buddhists” any more since a lot of centuries already) there are no things and persons. By exploiting the world we make this up, we create this illusion of things out of “nama” (name) and “rupa” (form).
Like in a movie.: There are no persons, cars and so on. Every’thing’ – always – has only the one side we see. Same with our dreams: Every’thing’ – always – has only the one side we see. And when something is not there it doesn’t exist – even when it comes “back” later.
 
This makes the difference between “karma” and “causality”. As this world has a ‘primary reality’ and an ‘echo-reality’. The ‘echo-reality’ is produced by our interfering into the ‘primary reality’ by grabbing and exploiting (with causality) our illusions of “things”. Like shit is the “echo” of our eating.
 
This world is a “zero-sum-game” (German: “Nullsummenspiel”). here is no God, who created this word. Where should this God have come from at the beginning of the world (“beginning” in the causal sense – not by time)?
The word is like an equation. On the left of the equality sign you have an enormous amount of plus- and minus-numbers. On the right side of the equality sign you have “Zero”.
Pleasure from exploitation of the ‘world’ (on the left side of the equality sign) has to be paid back with suffering, because it can only be “0” (right side of the equality sign).
 
To Buddha this God, who believes he has created the world, exists and is called “Brahma” in Buddhist texts (not to be confused with the Hindu “Brahma). See https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/mn/mn.049.than.html
 

Joerg
Joerg
Jun 4, 2022 11:30 AM
Reply to  Joerg

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Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 12:01 PM
Reply to  Joerg

You’re totally right. As much as I’m no fan of Christianity – maybe it’s mainly how it’s been hijacked to control people, but I have a big problem with some of its inherent faults, such as the emphasis on the external as opposed to the internal – the Sunday mass at least gave people a chance to think about something more profound than what they’re gonna tinker with and subsequently fuck up next.

Rarely, if ever, is it possible today to have a meaningful discussion about fundamental issues with anyone. People mostly discuss the most superficial shit imaginable, what is shoved down their throat as progress (a phone with more pixels than the piece of shit they had before), or some inane inconsequential politicking.

Decadent putrefaction par excellence. Let’s face it, the fact that this civilization is sliding down the tubes is perfectly deserved.

BTW, I’m a musician. Although I now mostly stay away from any community – they get on my nerves too fucking much – I frequent artistic circles. You think that it’s different? Fuck, no. They’re all shallow beyond belief. Guys are highly accomplished technically, they do have great chops, hats off, but as far as art, imagination, creativity, deep meaning, and, most importantly, effort to engage in any of that is zero. They’re totally mechanical.

Joerg
Joerg
Jun 4, 2022 1:10 PM
Reply to  Jacques

@Jacques
Interesting, what You tell about artist circles. “…creativity, deep meaning, and, most importantly, effort to engage in any of that is zero. They’re totally mechanical.
This lack of creativity and of any ‘character’ or ‘message’ is true also for nowadays architecture – all around the world.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 3:39 PM
Reply to  Joerg

Well, architecture is a form of art too after all, isn’t it.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 3:28 PM
Reply to  Jacques

A sad mirroring of my own musical and artistic experience.
But the beautiful art of the past remains and inspires.
Let’s do what we can.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 3:38 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Yes.

But one of the essential ingredients of art, besides masterful execution that flawlessly conveys the emotional, intellectual message, is progress.

Recreating yesterday’s art – which in the case of performing arts, such as music, requires performers – is not art per se in the contemporary sense. A musician who does that is to a large extent what canvas or frame is to a painting. And I mean no offense.

For the creation of new art, we’d need inspiration, impulse, interaction, motivation. That’s severely lacking these days.

I think you’ll understand what I’m saying.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 6:44 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Absolutely.
We can’t stand still in the face of the evolution of our own consciousness, which I certainly believe in.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 6:45 AM

There is no such thing as ‘settled science’, there is no such thing as ‘end of history’, there is no such thing as ‘nirvana’, there is no final state of things where development stops, apart from death, whereafter what happens I don’t give a fuck.

There will never be a final victory of Good over Evil and vice versa. Evil will always crawl out from under the rock where it’s hiding to show its repulsive face – Klaus “Anal” Schwab or Bill “Peddler of Shitty Software” Gates come to mind in that regard, jeez what ugly creatures! – and Good will spring back up after being stomped in the ground by the jackboots of the aforementioned fuckfaces.

Existence is an ongoing act of balancing forces that oppose one another in various directions. I’m no physicist, but apparently that’s how electrons and small particles interact, in a somewhat random fashion where opposite forces kinda hold the whole fucking thing together.

So, one must not sleep on one’s laurels and naively think that one doesn’t have a job to do in regard to keeping at arm’s length some motherfucker intent on infringing on one.

Right now, it would appear that humankind has allowed a certain cast of pricks to usurp too much power, so it’s time to smash a face in here an there, figuratively speaking  😉 , to reestablish more balanced a state of affairs.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 4, 2022 8:47 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Re: Schwab and Gates, yes they are truly repulsive creatures but don’t forget: If you can actually see these entities then they are disposable, ready to throw under the wagon if need be while the true handlers continue their invisible rule.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 9:14 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Maybe their arms could be twisted a bit or put on the rack before disposal to reveal who the handlers are?

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 3:30 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Honestly, I think we know who they are.
It’s just the Voldemort syndrome. People are taught to fear saying it out loud.

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jun 4, 2022 8:50 AM
Reply to  Jacques

I can’t disagree with your call to action but how to mobilise not only ourselves but also those who’s instincts feel the truth but take the path of conformity?
We are certainly missing a leader, there is a vacuum. None of the current crop of significant dissenters have much charisma or the money and infrastructure to protect themselves. I can only imagine what a dangerous position that would be for an individual, the knives would be out for them and no mistake!

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 9:12 AM

I’m afraid that they’ll have to find the balls and mobilize themselves. If you have a leader, you already have a hierarchical structure and you’re heading back for square one.

The facts are right there in the open for everybody to see and act accordingly. One can debate stuff with others, explain, but it’s up to everybody to take responsibility for themselves as opposed to entrusting their pitiful existence to some overlord.

Come to think about it, if some new “leader” emerges, promising to take care of the rest, his face should be smashed in just as the face of those who have been “leaders” until now.

The Anti-Hip
The Anti-Hip
Jun 4, 2022 12:03 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I heartily agree with your first paragraph, certainly in terms of human knowledge – thank you. I go so far as to say the concept of “knowledge” needs to be banished from the language, and only human-grounded words like “evidence”, “belief”, “value”, etc. substituted. Only then can politics restore its humanity and humility.

However, you then say “There will never be a final victory of Good over Evil and vice versa.”

Unfortunately, there’s more than a little problem with this “vice versa” part:
(1) Power is, essentially, technology. Technology, carried in replicable information, is almost never destroyed, and so has accumulated over time, and at increasing rates due to its own feedback.
(2) Power tends to concentrate, as those who have it use it to seek more power (as its own end), especially at the top.
We may soon be at a point of no return, where no process of rebellion will ever again be able to overturn concentrated power. That’s a problem.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 3:44 PM
Reply to  The Anti-Hip

Well, we’re in a tight spot for sure. Gotta see the glass half-full. Nothing lasts forever and neither will the doodads.

People have invented them, people will find ways of getting around them.

The Anti-Hip
The Anti-Hip
Jun 5, 2022 1:07 PM
Reply to  Jacques

With due respect here: I don’t think you’re actually. grappling with the issue I’m identifying. Instead, with a hand-wave, you’re dismissing it. Much like certain religious people here in the US, when they dismiss evidence of impending failure with a cheery “God will provide!”

So, I should point out that an obvious chunk of evidence for the power problem was shown here in OG just a few days back, Broadbery’s “Activism: A Write-off and Autopsy”. Why does activism now fail? For one big reason, because surveillance (just one aspect of snowballing power) is not only worse than ever, but it is now likely beyond our control: There is simply no place to hide, much less plan and work out our problems with government.

You don’t even need humans to process the writings on this board — everything can now be machine processed, and done so instantly. (Even as I was writing this on OG, a grammar pop-up appeared. Where from? Where do the results go? Does OG actually have an in-house grammarian-programmer?)

Seriously folks, we need to get very grounded and very sober here.

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 5, 2022 7:51 PM
Reply to  The Anti-Hip

What precisely am I dismissing? The obvious attempt to install technologies behind everybody’s ass to keep them on a short leash, to give them no choice but to comply and be subjugated? I’m not dismissing any of that. And it’s very likely that these efforts will continue and will be to some extent, perhaps large, successful. For some time anyway.

However, the totalitarian system that’s in the making will ultimately implode and collapse. People will run away, throw the monkey wrench in the works, the system itself will corrupt itself. How long will it take? I have no idea. Maybe a while.

Since the beginning of this crap, I’ve been saying that people, the freedom-loving kind, need to formulate a vision for the future. A new ideology, view of the world that takes into account the failures of the past, the challenges of the future, and, hopefully, will consider the spiritual aspects of human existence. It’s only been two years, but people are already thinking along these lines.

I’m not gonna engage in endless whining that the world is not what it used to be, that things are fucked, that this or that is dead. Now is time to brace for impact and look for ways to survive the shitstorm. And think about the kind of world we want and how to achieve it.

The Anti-Hip
The Anti-Hip
Jun 5, 2022 8:18 PM
Reply to  Jacques

“What am I dismissing?”

That the totalitarians have, or at least can, amass enough power to completely prevent their system from collapsing. I claim this is now possible given the total accumulation of technologies.

“… / [T]he totalitarian system that’s in the making will ultimately implode and collapse”

I define “collapsing” as their own power and benefits drastically diminishing. The deaths of, say, 6 billion people is not any part collapse of their system; in fact, it may be a goal, right?

“[T]he freedom-loving kind, need to formulate a vision for the future.”

Unfortunately, and IMHO, we’ll need far more than to have a mature vision (of governance, I assume you mean). We are in the greatest hybrid war of all time, and we’ve been losing badly for years. It’s been a complete rout. Time to switch gears.

“It’s only been two years, but people are already thinking along these lines.”

No, it’s been decades — arguably centuries — that positive visions have been articulated and promoted, but, for the vast majority, always have been snuffed out. We have to get way ahead of the curve this time, and find ways to actually control sociopathy.

“endless whining that the world is not what it used to be”

It’s not whining — it’s conscious recognition of a very serious problem: The former methods of public discourse and public protest and voting used to work to some extent, but now they don’t work at all. Anywhere. We need to deeply understand “Why?” Because building great visions is of no use if we do not first win this war.

 

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 5, 2022 9:47 PM
Reply to  The Anti-Hip

Unlike you, I have an experience with a totalitarian system, having grown up in Czechoslovakia from which I defected at an early age. Some years later, Second World totalitarianism, which at the time of my defection seemed deeply embedded in society in a way that wound never go away, collapsed like a house of cards.

Sure, that historical event was different from what the world is going through now. In a nutshell, what we’re witnessing is the end of the socio-economic model of the past few centuries.

You say decades or centuries, I’d say perhaps millennia, going back to the beginning of the judeo-christian tradition whose inherent flaws are now catching up with us.

I’m not necessarily talking about governance per se. I’m talking about (re)defining la raison d’etre. Taking a step back and asking ourselves what the fuck we’re doing. You mention ‘protest’ – that doesn’t even enter into it. We the people should not protest; protesting implies that we stand under them fuckheads. We don’t. Fuck them. We need to set the course.

As to technologies and methods of control, sure, they’re trying hard to put everybody in a digital cage. And it might seem that it’s inescapable. But I’ve been there, it seemed like that too when I was a kid, that there was no escape. And there was. I did it.

And so will people bring down this wokeist-covidist regime. We’re working on it already. Oh yeah, it won’t happen overnight, but the fucks have declared an open war on us – after waging it behind our back, as you correctly point out – and that’s good. More and more people can see it and we’ll win because of the sheer number of us.

Is it possible that to survive unscathed, one will have to run for the hills, give up the luxuries of urban civilization? Yes. It’s what it is.

siamdave
siamdave
Jun 4, 2022 1:56 PM
Reply to  Jacques

I always think guillotines sends a much more graphic message than just ‘smashing faces’

Jacques
Jacques
Jun 4, 2022 3:42 PM
Reply to  siamdave

La guillotine, c’est pour les francais. Chez nous on jette par la fenetre.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jun 4, 2022 8:10 PM
Reply to  siamdave

Yes indeed. However, for most of these criminals who own us, le guillotine is much too quick and merciful, IMHO.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 4, 2022 3:47 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Agreed! They are absolute and dangerous scum. But hey, let’s not overdo it. After all we may be replacing one houseful of vicious nonentities with something even worse. Let’s give the ‘Rights of Man’, ‘Innocent until proven guilty’, ‘The Putney Debates’, and the ‘Magna Carta’ another run. I don’t think that we can do better than the present shower of shit.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 4, 2022 3:49 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Sorry, what I meant to say was ‘I do think we can do better …

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 4, 2022 6:30 AM

Oligarchies around the world have a long and successful history of undermining and/or destroying dissent and dissidents.
Truth rarely triumphs.
As individuals all we can do is attempt to live the ‘good Life’.
Loving, laughing, creating and playing.
In the end everything else is just pabulum for our constantly craving minds.
And then we die.
Just like the oligarchs.

Big al
Big al
Jun 4, 2022 4:58 AM

Excellent compilation of evidence about the unbelievable hypocrisy of the media, big Pharma, our government, etc., and a worthy submission to any politician’s inbox. I’ll go ahead and send it along to my own un”representative” so I can get a stock reply that she’s doing all she can to make sure everyone is happy.

At the end, regarding Liberty catching fire. I believe that, and the quote from Camus is apropos. This (the scamdemic, the global reset, the entire bullshit game that is being played on us) is not only waking a lot of people up, but it’s also strengthening the resolve of a whole lot more, like myself, my family and friends, and most of the people that frequent and read this site. Globally, we are going to experience a global awakening from the globalist technocratic takeover of humanity. The entire idea and understanding of freedom and liberty is being brought out into the open. In the United States, that’s what it’s all about. In England, they want to celebrate a fucking queen. (Sorry for the dig, couldn’t help it.)

Brother Camus was dead on, ” there always comes a day when the palaces of oppression crumble, when exile comes to an end, when liberty catches fire.” Ya, man, it’s like, when push comes to shove, fuck you, you can’t tell me what to do assholes. Rock on Albert.

Dissident
Dissident
Jun 4, 2022 2:56 AM

To substantiate some of the statements that I made in my previous post, I’d add this comment.
For me, it is a personal disappointment to finally found out that alternative media does not exist. It’s either mainstream or the pseudo-alternative government-approved narrative.

Haven’t you noticed that all so-called alternative media publishes only the same authors and never – the true dissidents? I have been searching to discover anywhere at least one zero-fraud article on over a dozen of the so-called websites for “progressives” – nada.

So, how do we know that the article above is actually pro-government:

1.    Endless empty demagoguery that leads to no resolution and exposes no one specifically, just some nameless abstract “tyrants” or governing bodies.

2.    Fluff, fluff, fluff – to distract and impress.

3.    Misrepresented facts to affirm your pro-government mindset.
I’ll focus on one such a point.
 
The cornerstone of the argument appears to be something along these lines: “should the government had not stopped (a long list of atrocities and crimes against humanity, illustrated by the graphic images), children still will be dying today, etc.”
For instance, “tobacco corporations wouldn’t have had to pay a $246 billion settlement to victims of their scientific fakery.”

Your corrupt government itself criminally and corruptly legalized that tobacco poison and approved “scientific fakery,” killing and disabling millions, stealing billions (trillions?) including made through pharma/medical industry to treat all dumb smokers (that they got addicted to their poison) and EVERYONE else who get hurt by them through second- and thirdhand exposure, and then putting on a show and “recovering” – for themselves – a tiny, really miniscule portion of the monies that have been “spent” to treat some of those tobacco injured.
 
An environmental attorney Scott W. Stern, writing about the book by a historian and professor Sarah Milov, The Cigarette: A Political History, summarized it as follows: “Americans never would have been as dependent as they are on tobacco were it not for the considerable support of the U.S. government. To many, this was surely a surprising assertion, since big tobacco is often perceived to be at odds with big government, with its regulations and disclosure requirements and general aversion to its citizens getting sick and dying.” Stern explains that the book “is a nuanced and ultimately devastating indictment of government complicity” with the corporate crimes.

Note that Milov is just a professor at the US university – meaning 100% indoctrinated and complicit. The reality is much worse than what the professor describes.

So, all that tobacco poisoning has happened in accordance with the criminal design of your criminal “government.” And it is still happening! They never stopped that, contrary to the empty demagoguery in the article.

No, this is not an example of any “positive change,” as the article implies. It is precisely the example of the gov. fraud and criminal mindedness that continues to this day.

The author tacitly encourages you to be pro-government and dream about “fighting the tyranny” as much as you want or pretend that you’re doing so. That suits your gov. well.

Stop The Prison Mentality
Stop The Prison Mentality
Jun 4, 2022 5:15 AM
Reply to  Dissident

Haven’t you noticed that all so-called alternative media publishes only the same authors and never – the true dissidents?

Nope, but feel free to enlighten us all as to the identity of these “true dissidents”.

Willem
Willem
Jun 4, 2022 8:50 AM

I noticed. In fact it’s crystal clear and ‘dissident’ gave some perfect examples.

Of course there is always the question: is one willing to see or is one just denying in order to make it look that something isn’t so (‘it wasn’t me’ or ‘Putin did it’)

The Sinclair quote (mentioned above the line some days ago) also resonates:

‘It’s difficult to understand something when your salary depends upon not understanding it.’

Dissident
Dissident
Jun 4, 2022 11:05 PM

“Nope, but feel free to enlighten us all as to the identity of these “true dissidents”.” –

Frances Leader, Ramola D, me, and many others about whom I do not even know because their voices are being suppressed.

I can’t vouch for others but I can tell you that I tell the truth, do not kiss ass, and do not pander. Feel free to check my blog at the link above (“Dissident from Dissident’s Essay” – just make sure not to use google – I cannot be discovered on there in any form, even when a direct link to any publication is searched for).

If it is true that “every shade of opinion” is welcome on those so-called
alternative media websites, then why neither of them would publish any of my articles, no matter how original, interesting, well-researched, or substantiated by evidence the ideas and claims might be?

That’s because I do not engage in empty demagoguery, I tell the truth (huge taboo!), and am not afraid to name those that have been engaged in corrupt and atrocious acts (huge taboo and very unpopular position!).

Of course, it’s not about me – as I said, I have not found any truly alternative article by any truly alternative voice that does not align with the evasive and meaningless controlled opposition narrative on any of those pseudo-alternative-media websites.

Oh, and feel free to let me know if any “alternative media website” is willing to publish any of my work. If it is true that the goal is the truth and every opinion, research, and well-substantiated theory should be heard, then I have a lot to contribute, just like many others (I named only two) whose voices are being suppressed.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 4, 2022 9:15 AM
Reply to  Dissident

Yes, much of the alt-media is controlled. So? To establish their credentials, they have to include some truth until they steer the discussion into harmful or harmless alleys. The point is to have the discernment to tell the ‘bait’ from the ‘switch’. No doubt we all, including me, get it wrong sometimes.

Take the good and discard the rest. The list of mainstream medicine’s “mistakes” and crimes in the article is imo highly useful because it makes the case against technocracy. There are better arguments against technocracy but listing past ‘science’ and asking “…and you want these people to be in charge?” is the best way to start normies questioning technocracy (which most of them have been programmed to assume would be kinda a good idea).

Dissident
Dissident
Jun 4, 2022 11:01 PM
Reply to  Edwige

“Take the good and discard the rest.” –

My point was that dissenting, “uncomfortable” voices are being suppressed in their entirety. They do not make it there (the so-called alt media websites) or even on google – often either completely excluded from search results or shadowbanned.

“The list of mainstream medicine’s “mistakes” and crimes in the article is imo highly useful because it makes the case against technocracy.” –

The “mistakes” are deliberate gov. and the “system’s” crimes that continue to this day. I gave an example with the tobacco poison. It is disingenuous to claim or imply that it has been stopped whereas it is fully active and continues in the exactly same way as it had been.

Dissident
Dissident
Jun 4, 2022 2:14 AM

This author continues spreading misinformation and boosting the government-planted frauds like Malone. As I point in my article, that pseudo-alternative media is a very lucrative field on which so many eager to cash in. They don’t mind peddling fraud and pushing the pro-gov narratives, so they joined in for the purpose of enrichment.
 
She calls Malone a “superstar dissident.” **guffaw**
 
Malone still:

  • cunningly peddles toxic “covid injections” to CHILDREN and “the most vulnerable.” (see a 2-minute excerpt from the Malone’s video and other materials: https://1dissident.substack.com/p/in-bed-with-government-is-there-a?s=w )
  • peddles useless but very harmful “covid testing” (see the same link)
  • confesses that he is a “pretty deep insider in terms of the government” and that he has collaborated with dirty government on manufacturing of bioweapons for decades (same link).

 
When “robert malone” is searched for, google brings over 30 million (!) hits.
The true dissidents often do not appear on google at all and “cannot be found” by google at all.
I think no one in her/his right mind would “unsee” that he is an enemy and an evil, greedy government plant. Unless they are corrupt themselves and want to confuse, deceive, and misguide you. (And, collect some money from you in the process).
 
 

Ravensara
Ravensara
Jun 4, 2022 2:01 AM

People believe in Pfizer and masks.

The truth has already fallen – as far as the public are concerned. These laws are dotting the i-s.

There is no longer any go-to place for information. Journalism as I knew it is dead. Here (OffG) is interesting – I might hear a whisper of truth on the wind that I am allowed to hear.

Here we are in a Parrot Sketch of journalism.

I think it is unseemly for us to carry on an online charade when we know every thought/comment is moderated/recorded/just giving away your deepest desires.

That is already unfree. It is surveilled. Moderated. Censored & therefore potentially vacuous.

Mainly, we should write things that have heart and truth, or just divert the surveillance in whichever way we like. And algorithms don’t get sarcasm or questions.

JoeC
JoeC
Jun 3, 2022 11:41 PM

Doctors would better serve by working on their bedside manners. I took my elderly mum to see an aged care doctor for assessment. The doctor was a young lady who conducted the tests with so much empathy and compassion it had my mum and I in tears after we left. She singlehandedly restored some of the faith we’d lost during Covid. She deflected all our compliments to her with the humility of a Saint. I hope she stays that way but I suspect it’s going to be difficult given what she has to work with.

Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
Jun 4, 2022 3:37 AM
Reply to  JoeC

Where!? My Mum died 2001, what’s your point?
Ok, is your mum privately insured, and what country are you talking about? Come on speak up, no one else was with my mum when she died but me.
Do you want know where my sister was? She had to leave earlier to start her shift at a NHS Hospital caring for People.
100% Truth.

Willem
Willem
Jun 4, 2022 8:58 AM
Reply to  JoeC

It is difficult. As you say it is still a young doctor, so she probably is not beaten down by the system yet… The way empathy is beaten out of doctors is by filling their days with an endless stream of sick people who they have to treat according to protocol, which is similar to how production line workers had to fill cans of food in the 1920s. It makes you deadly tired and turns one into an automaton. The only way out of it (for a doctor) is to become ‘an expert’ which means that he doesn’t see patients anymore as he is to busy with perfecting ‘the protocol’.

I know what I speak of…

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 4, 2022 3:33 PM
Reply to  Willem

I know what I speak of…? 🙂
https://youtu.be/tYJ5_wqlQPg