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To the Police State, We’re All Criminals Until We Prove Otherwise

John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead

“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.”Hunter S. Thompson

The burden of proof has been reversed. No longer are we presumed innocent. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

Rarely, are we even given the opportunity to do so.

Although the Constitution requires the government to provide solid proof of criminal activity before it can deprive a citizen of life or liberty, the government has turned that fundamental assurance of due process on its head.

Each and every one of us is now seen as a potential suspect, terrorist and lawbreaker in the eyes of the government.

Consider all the ways in which “we the people” are now treated as criminals, found guilty of violating the police state’s abundance of laws, and preemptively stripped of basic due process rights.

Red flag gun confiscation laws: Gun control legislation, especially in the form of red flag gun laws, allow the police to remove guns from people “suspected” of being threats. These laws, growing in popularity as a legislative means by which to seize guns from individuals viewed as a danger to themselves or others, will put a target on the back of every American whether or not they own a weapon.

Disinformation eradication campaigns. In recent years, the government has used the phrase “domestic terrorist” interchangeably with “anti-government,” “extremist” and “terrorist” to describe anyone who might fall somewhere on a very broad spectrum of viewpoints that could be considered “dangerous.” The ramifications are so far-reaching as to render almost every American an extremist in word, deed, thought or by association.

In the government’s latest assault on those who criticize the government—whether that criticism manifests itself in word, deed or thought—the Biden Administration has likened those who share “false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information” to terrorists.

This latest government salvo against consumers and spreaders of “mis- dis- and mal-information” widens the net to potentially include anyone who is exposed to ideas that run counter to the official government narrative.

In other words, if you dare to subscribe to any views that are contrary to the government’s, you may well be suspected of being a domestic terrorist and treated accordingly.

In this way, government and corporate censors claiming to protect us from dangerous, disinformation campaigns are, in fact, laying the groundwork now to preempt any “dangerous” ideas that might challenge the power elite’s stranglehold over our lives.

Government watch lists. The FBI, CIA, NSA and other government agencies have increasingly invested in corporate surveillance technologies that can mine constitutionally protected speech on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in order to identify potential extremists and predict who might engage in future acts of anti-government behavior.

Where many Americans go wrong is in naively assuming that you have to be doing something illegal or harmful in order to be flagged and targeted for some form of intervention or detention.

In fact, all you need to do these days to end up on a government watch list or be subjected to heightened scrutiny is use certain trigger words (like cloud, pork and pirates), surf the internet, communicate using a cell phone, limp or stutter, drive a car, stay at a hotel, attend a political rally, express yourself on social media, appear mentally ill, serve in the military, disagree with a law enforcement official, call in sick to work, purchase materials at a hardware store, take flying or boating lessons, appear suspicious, appear confused or nervous, fidget or whistle or smell bad, be seen in public waving a toy gun or anything remotely resembling a gun (such as a water nozzle or a remote control or a walking cane), stare at a police officer, question government authority, or appear to be pro-gun or pro-freedom.

Thought crimes. For years now, the government has used all of the weapons in its vast arsenal—surveillance, threat assessments, fusion centers, pre-crime programs, hate crime laws, militarized police, lockdowns, martial law, etc.—to target potential enemies of the state based on their ideologies, behaviors, affiliations and other characteristics that might be deemed suspicious or dangerous.

It’s not just what you say or do that is being monitored, but how you think that is being tracked and targeted.

There’s a whole spectrum of behaviors ranging from thought crimes and hate speech to whistleblowing that qualifies for persecution (and prosecution) by the Deep State. It’s a slippery slope from censoring so-called illegitimate ideas to silencing truth.

Security checkpoints and fusion centers. By treating an entire populace as suspect, the government has justified wide-ranging security checkpoints that subject travelers to scans, searches, pat downs and other indignities by the TSA and VIPR raids on so-called “soft” targets like shopping malls and bus depots by black-clad, Darth Vader look-alikes.

Fusion centers, which represent the combined surveillance efforts of federal, state and local law enforcement, track the citizenry’s movements, record their conversations, and catalogue their transactions.

Surveillance, precrime programs. Facial recognition software aims to create a society in which every individual who steps out into public is tracked and recorded as they go about their daily business. Coupled with surveillance cameras that blanket the country, facial recognition technology allows the government and its corporate partners to warrantlessly identify and track someone’s movements in real-time, whether or not they have committed a crime.

Rapid advances in behavioral surveillance are not only making it possible for individuals to be monitored and tracked based on their patterns of movement or behavior, including gait recognition (the way one walks), but have given rise to whole industries that revolve around predicting one’s behavior based on data and surveillance patterns and are also shaping the behaviors of whole populations.

With the increase in precrime programs, threat assessments, AI algorithms and surveillance programs such as SpotShotter, which attempt to calculate where illegal activity might occur by triangulating sounds and images, the burden of proof has been turned on its head by a surveillance state that renders us all suspects and overcriminalization which renders us all lawbreakers.

Mail surveillance. Just about every branch of the government—from the Postal Service to the Treasury Department and every agency in between—now has its own surveillance sector, authorized to spy on the American people.

For instance, the U.S. Postal Service, which has been photographing the exterior of every piece of paper mail for the past 20 years, is also spying on Americans’ texts, emails and social media posts. Headed up by the Postal Service’s law enforcement division, the Internet Covert Operations Program (iCOP) is reportedly using facial recognition technology, combined with fake online identities, to ferret out potential troublemakers with “inflammatory” posts.

The agency claims the online surveillance, which falls outside its conventional job scope of processing and delivering paper mail, is necessary to help postal workers avoid “potentially volatile situations.”

Threat assessments and AI algorithms. The government has a growing list—shared with fusion centers and law enforcement agencies—of ideologies, behaviors, affiliations and other characteristics that could flag someone as suspicious and result in their being labeled potential enemies of the state. Before long, every household in America will be flagged as a threat and assigned a threat score.

It’s just a matter of time before you find yourself wrongly accused, investigated and confronted by police based on a data-driven algorithm or risk assessment culled together by a computer program run by artificial intelligence.

No-knock raids. No-knock, no-announce SWAT team raids are what passes for court-sanctioned policing in America today, and it could happen to any one of us. Nationwide, SWAT teams routinely invade homes, break down doors, kill family pets (they always shoot the dogs first), damage furnishings, terrorize families, and wound or kill those unlucky enough to be present during a raid.

No longer reserved exclusively for deadly situations, SWAT teams are now increasingly being deployed for relatively routine police matters such as serving a search warrant, with some SWAT teams being sent out as much as five times a day. Police carry out tens of thousands of no-knock raids every year nationwide.

Militarized police. America is overrun with militarized cops—vigilantes with a badge—who have almost absolute discretion to decide who is a threat, what constitutes resistance, and how harshly they can deal with the citizens they were appointed to “serve and protect.”

It doesn’t matter where you live—big city or small town—it’s the same scenario being played out over and over again in which government agents, trained to act as judge, jury and executioner in their interactions with the public, ride roughshod over the rights of the citizenry.

This is how we have gone from a nation of laws—where the least among us had just as much right to be treated with dignity and respect as the next person (in principle, at least)—to a nation of law enforcers (revenue collectors with weapons) who treat “we the people” like suspects and criminals.

Constitution-free zones. Merely living within 100 miles inland of the border around the United States is now enough to make you a suspect, paving the way for Border Patrol agents to search people’s homes, intimately probe their bodies, and rifle through their belongings, all without a warrant. Nearly 66% of Americans (2/3 of the U.S. population, 197.4 million people) now live within that 100-mile-deep, Constitution-free zone.

Asset forfeiture schemes. Americans no longer have a right to private property. If government agents can invade your home, break down your doors, kill your dog, damage your furnishings and terrorize your family, your property is no longer private and secure—it belongs to the government.

Hard-working Americans are having their bank accounts, homes, cars electronics and cash seized by police under the assumption that they have been associated with some criminal scheme. As libertarian Harry Browne observed:

“Asset forfeiture is a mockery of the Bill of Rights. There is no presumption of innocence, no need to prove you guilty (or even charge you with a crime), no right to a jury trial, no right to confront your accuser, no right to a court-appointed attorney (even if the government has just stolen all your money), and no right to compensation for the property that’s been taken.”

Vehicle kill switches. Sold to the public as a safety measure aimed at keeping drunk drivers off the roads, “vehicle kill switches” could quickly become a convenient tool in the hands of government agents to put the government in the driver’s seat while rendering null and void the Constitution’s requirements of privacy and its prohibitions against unreasonable searches and seizures.

As such, it presumes every driver potentially guilty of breaking some law that would require the government to intervene and take over operation of the vehicle or shut it off altogether. The message: we cannot be trusted to obey the law or navigate the world on our end.

Bodily integrity. The government’s presumptions about our so-called guilt or innocence have extended down to our very cellular level. The debate over bodily integrity covers broad territory, ranging from forced vaccinations, forced cavity searches, forced colonoscopies, forced blood draws and forced breath-alcohol tests to forced DNA extractions, forced eye scans, and forced inclusion in biometric databases: these are just a few ways in which Americans continue to be reminded that we have no real privacy, no real presumption of innocence, and no real control over what happens to our bodies during an encounter with government officials.

The groundwork being laid with these mandates is a prologue to what will become the police state’s conquest of a new, relatively uncharted, frontier: inner space, specifically, the inner workings (genetic, biological, biometric, mental, emotional) of the human race.

“Guilt by association” has taken on new connotations in the technological age. Yet the debate over genetic privacy—and when one’s DNA becomes a public commodity outside the protection of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on warrantless searches and seizures—is really only beginning.

Get ready, folks, because the government has embarked on a diabolical campaign to create a nation of suspects predicated on a massive national DNA database.

Limitations on our right to move about freely. We think we have the freedom to go where we want and move about freely, but at every turn, we’re hemmed in by laws, fines and penalties that regulate and restrict our autonomy, and surveillance cameras that monitor our movements.

For instance, license plate readers are mass surveillance tools that can photograph over 1,800 license tag numbers per minute, take a picture of every passing license tag number and store the tag number and the date, time, and location of the picture in a searchable database, then share the data with law enforcement, fusion centers and private companies to track the movements of persons in their cars.

With tens of thousands of these license plate readers now in operation throughout the country, police can track vehicles and run the plates through law enforcement databases for abducted children, stolen cars, missing people and wanted fugitives. Of course, the technology is not infallible: there have been numerous incidents in which police have mistakenly relied on license plate data to capture suspects only to end up detaining innocent people at gunpoint.

The war on cash and the introduction of digital currency. Digital currency provides the government and its corporate partners with a mode of commerce that can easily be monitored, tracked, tabulated, mined for data, hacked, hijacked and confiscated when convenient. This push for a digital currency dovetails with the government’s war on cash, which it has been subtly waging for some time now.

In recent years, just the mere possession of significant amounts of cash could implicate you in suspicious activity and label you a criminal. The rationale (by police) is that cash is the currency for illegal transactions given that it’s harder to track, can be used to pay illegal immigrants, and denies the government its share of the “take,” so doing away with paper money will help law enforcement fight crime and help the government realize more revenue.

A cashless society—easily monitored, controlled, manipulated, weaponized and locked down—plays right into the hands of the government (and its corporate partners).

The Security-Industrial Complex. Every crisis—manufactured or otherwise—since the nation’s early beginnings has become a make-work opportunity for the government to expand its reach and its power at taxpayer expense while limiting our freedoms at every turn. What this has amounted to is a war on the American people, fought on American soil, funded with taxpayer dollars, and waged with a single-minded determination to use national crises, manufactured or otherwise, in order to transform the American homeland into a battlefield.

As a result, the American people have been treated like enemy combatants, to be spied on, tracked, scanned, frisked, searched, subjected to all manner of intrusions, intimidated, invaded, raided, manhandled, censored, silenced, shot at, locked up, denied due process, and killed.

These programs push us that much closer towards a suspect society where everyone is potentially guilty of some crime or another and must be preemptively rendered harmless.

The ramifications of empowering the government to sidestep fundamental due process safeguards are so chilling and so far-reaching as to put a target on the back of anyone who happens to be in the same place where a crime takes place.

The groundwork has been laid for a new kind of government where it won’t matter if you’re innocent or guilty, whether you’re a threat to the nation, or even if you’re a citizen. What will matter is what the government—or whoever happens to be calling the shots at the time—thinks. And if the powers-that-be think you’re a threat to the nation and should be locked up, then you’ll be locked up with no access to the protections our Constitution provides.

In effect, you will disappear.

Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute. His book Battlefield America: The War on the American People (SelectBooks, 2015) is available online at www.amazon.com. Whitehead can be contacted at [email protected]

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Lonewolf
Lonewolf
Jul 3, 2022 4:40 PM

How bad do things have to get before we make a fight of it?

The strategy, in principle, exists for clearing up this mess: http://www.nwo4ep.com

Nom
Nom
Jul 3, 2022 2:58 PM

Fuck off and die! All this essay does is force people to commit to defeat. Same goes for all the articles and videos on offGuardian.

Lonewolf
Lonewolf
Jul 3, 2022 4:43 PM
Reply to  Nom

Introductory phrasing seems a bit extreme, but the sentiment holds true for all independent media.

Wisenox
Wisenox
Jul 3, 2022 8:28 AM

Its not “digital currency”, its “programmable currency”. There’s a massive difference between the 2.
Programmable currency is controlled by a central authority and will dictate what items your money can purchase, how much you can spend, and what mileage your money can be spent in.
Join a protest for free speech, now your money won’t buy milk, or gas. Merely talk to someone who posted truth online, and now your money can’t be spent outside of 1 mile of your home.

drooze
drooze
Jul 3, 2022 3:55 AM

No we won’t disappear! What will happen is that people will develop an organised resistance which will overthrow these psychos, expropriate their obscene wealth and create a true socialist society free of the hollow ones. Obviously the leadership for such a change won’t come from the bourgeois Off Guardian, but they will reluctantly get on board when the momentum is in full swing. Of course the bourgeois OG will be held with suspicion as many in the movement will regard it as controlled opposition, but these latter-day compromising Menshevik types will come around and learn the error of their ways when they are put in re-education camps. OK? Cool! Onward fellow free thinkers, the moment is ours to take.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 4, 2022 11:27 AM
Reply to  drooze

The Marxists are fake opposition created by the banksters. They have supported the scamdemic solidly. Their past record is dismal and dystopian. We need alternative organisations to lead us toward some semblance of freedom.

drooze
drooze
Jul 5, 2022 2:01 PM

That’s what they want you to think?

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 9:25 PM

Top of the essay: “In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.”
Hunter S. Thompson

“The burden of proof has been reversed. No longer are we presumed innocent. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.”

£4£&$4$….

I took the insight a few years ago that this mechanism of guilty til proven innocent, a mark of a lawless fascism always, is a more basic “extra-judicial” process that is so fundamental to USAmerican society that it predates all the rest: USA Inc. is a system that makes it impossible for you to escape criminality altogether. Hollywood has thus promoted the Bonnie & Clyde persona as the new age saint, American style. I met a guy at a fast foods place with his grandson and he crowed, with due cover, 3rd person, about being the bastard grandson of Al Capone and Hollywood film actress Gladys Walton. For starters. He also let drop that he was retired as an engineer for Hughes Aircraft, where he had moonlighted for CIA. A trifecta of all-American pedigree. Well, at least since the ’60s assassinations, anyway.)

I use it as a “litmus test” in my travels, among several, when I want to know if I’m talking to an, ahem, agent: I point out the Americanised corporate structure “has a special mission to criminalise each and every individual”. (It’s only a question of degree, not kind.)

This entire (centuries-old) process takes place at every level, in some way. It provides excellent cover for the development of a completely secret government, aka “occult(ed)”.

And it didn’t start with the CIA. Centuries before.

In that conniving respect, at least, OSS seguéd seamlessly into CIA. (Though surely many in the field didn’t really know that, at least then.)

But when I use the phrase “criminalising everybody” that’s when the agent shows his true colors, pulling at his collar, to loosen it, or palms start sweating, interest wanes, watches are consulted subvertly. Seriously, certain things really shake them up: they are accountable, if not to us. And then you know.

Or just mentioning the 50 year official farces surrounding the Bobby Kennedy murder, posing as facts, and quizzing them about the gaps, they’ll almost always take off like scalded cats. If it’s a 1st interview. That’s a true clue.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 5, 2022 1:34 AM
Reply to  John Ervin

A real case in point about the obligatory criminalising process that comes as a package with a U.S passport are the incessant variations on a theme of CIA et al. badger games that have been marijuana laws under the $tars & $tripes Forever (I’m at the beach on the 4th of July, so I may be excused for getting a plug in, surely, not to mention a curveball pitch for that musical jarhead John Philip Sousa, what could be more patriotic?).

The ostensible “de-criminalisation” of cannabis in California, as one glaring example, very conveniently overlooks the lack of same in the Federal book: the Feds have it both ways, thus letting them play the badgering entrapment game anytime they choose. The mechanisms of culpabilisation remain firmly (enough) for them in place, really. A similar “time-tested” process as suiciding a malcontent, as Robin Williams surely was, then cremating the remains to destroy the evidence. As they also did to my father ( ecjlaw com ) who was found 40 years ago in a locked Lincoln, newly minted model custom job, with gun in hand and hole in head, yet that hit still remains an open case, cold as can contractually be, to LAPD, or aka that West Coast franchise of the parent “Company” in Langley VA, LOL. After more digging, of my own designs, I found out only a couple months ago, tracking down clues, that one of his key clients was put into the Raymond Chandler plot of “Murder, My Sweet”, perhaps the original film noir, arguably,1944, cooing to our gumshoe hero Philip Marlowe, “I am in a very sensitive profession Mr. Marlowe. I am a “quack”! Which is to say, I am ahead of my time in the field of psychic treatment.” (That is his prelude to subduing Marlowe by way of a thug’s chokehold and taking the potential patsy on a very wild ride to his safehouse, where he is subjected to all the psychedelic wonders that a good ’60s drug education could buy, only 30 years before that, cast in Hollywood of the 1930s, in the novel, but in essence the same thing, though “ahead of his time, that Sirhan would be the later victim. Marlowe walked away from it, in book and film. Sirhan did not. The difference between fiction and fact, and proof that the latter can be harder, in Hollywood, if not stranger. That all checks out, I followed the trail. Chandler knew my old man’s client, though no admirer, at one remove, sharing the lloyd’s and their oil business as funders of both. Don’t that just beat the band, on its best day? In my nomination for all time winner “Art imitating life” as well as the quite more select category of “Life Imitating Art imitating Life” I offer the historical fact that the character played in the film by Otto Kruger, “Jules Amthor” and whacked therein as a plot device, was murdered (really) 46 years later about 60 miles south of his lair in Hollywood, Philosophical Research Society” on his ranch in north San Diego County. Not to mention “the old man” eight years before him.)

“Envelope, please!”

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 5, 2022 5:49 AM
Reply to  John Ervin

NB: when I put it ft”cremating the remains to destroy the evidence” I mean, exactly 24 hours + 1 blip or two, after the time stamp on the autopsy. That is the legal minimum allowed for the surviving spouse, by California law.

I called the LA Coroner 16 hours after the body of JWE was found in his car, and was told this, that he had just “stamped the autopsy of your father”. He suggested I might want to come out before the cremation, as a hint that not everything was kosher. He suggested, “You might want to come out here, I understand there’s a large estate, and you’re the only son?” Right out of a novel, but I declined, wondering, even then, as dumb as I could be in such matters, if I was being baited. Ironically, he was Coroner Thomas Noguchi’s substitute while Noguchi was undergoing a suspension, 1982, a lot of all that politicized by his unwillingness to sign off on the RFK inquest as only one shooter (which clearly it was not). This substitute picked up on the 1st ring or so, and seemed to know who I was before I spoke.

I told him I was flying my mother out with me and we would have to wait for redeye flights that we could afford. He countered, “Well, I just say this because it’s the last time you’ll see your father, and it might bring some closure, since the plan is to cremate him later today.”

I didn’t put it all together, but by instinct I wondered what interest he himself had in the estate or my closure?

The news in LA then blacked out the “suicide”, LA Times obit saying “died of undisclosed causes.”

Big on intrigue, small on credibility.

When Robin Williams died in 2014, an even more troublesome blackout occurred when 99.9% of the reportage ~WORLDWIDE~ neglected to disclose that he was cremated 24 hours later. I only found it then at TMZ. All news of his rapid cremation was absent for over a year. At least online, which weighs the most.

Why the rush with apparent suicides?

Without elaborating, I can think of few events that are odder.

Of course, state perps know that there are forensic tests in the works that, down the line, will be much more revealing than those offered now.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jul 2, 2022 7:03 PM

The death has occurred of Dr. Vladimir Zelensky at the age of 48, he had been in a long struggle against cancer. He first came to public attention as an opponent of the covid ruse and treated some six thousand patients with a mixture hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin and his own individual treatment methodology.

Unfortunately the Israeli authorities banned his medical treatments and forbade him to use his medical skills in Israel. He was always targeted by the medical establishments and as being a crank and charlatan and as an enemy of the people and even suffered death threats.

I remember seeing him interviewed on the US oppositionist TV channel – The High Wire – and he came across as a deeply humane figure.

He was occasionally quite funny and droll. In one particular instance he described how one of his critics described him as – wait for it – a conspiracy theorist. But his comeback was a brilliant little quip. ”Yes, Noah was also a conspiracy theorist until it started raining.

He will be sorely missed.

Mike
Mike
Jul 2, 2022 10:28 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Del Bigtree appeared on a tv show called “the doctors” distributed by CBS Media Ventures before working on “the highwire”. What was needed was something with easy access. HCQ simply wouldn’t fly because it would depend on the faux medical system who were busy promoting a ‘vaccine’, remdisivir etc. Del Bigtree already saw how in Samoa people were arrested for distributing vitamins. He is is not stupid. None of them are but they led people down a dead end street. Something like yarrow tea, fruits, berries and melons is what was needed: https://www.bitchute.com/video/O81ObTHCWfFr/

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 5:59 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Yes, Donald Dr. Zelensky was an incredible human being; he went on curing others while he fought his own cancer. I saw him interviewed by Dr. Mercola, and I found him quite charismatic.

Wisenox
Wisenox
Jul 3, 2022 8:21 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Zelenko followed Noahide laws and believed that you are less than human if not Jewish, and that your head should be decapitated if you don’t worship Enki.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 5, 2022 3:51 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

I believe Zelensky is the comedian getting a lot of laughs currently in the Ukraine. ZELENKO is the Israeli Covid dissident who just died at 48. But you probably knew that, just clarifying.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jul 2, 2022 5:08 PM

Well… I take the message as: Let’s all slash our wrists, because a bunch of public policy twats are in control. This brand of pap has been repeated over and over again. Great. Let’s buy into hopelessness and defeat and just bend over…

The reason market manipulators are investing in robo-cops, is that regular cops have turned chickenshit. Look at the costumes in the picture. Do these pricks appear confident?

eman
eman
Jul 2, 2022 1:36 PM

Vehicle kill switches<-its not just kill. Access to closed system (such as a car, truck, RR, airplane control system) with capability to disable all elements of internal control and to acquire full external command and control over the operating vehicle system is a real threat, especially so, considering the visual surveillance of traffic signal control and surveillance and satellite surveillance. Example: Agency takes control your car, while you are driving, you can do nothing about it, crashes your car into the mountain, and disconnects its external system. Obviously you committed suicide. This may have been expressed in operating 9/11 aircraft.

so not all is bad, seems to me business opportunities are opening to provide defense from external command and control attacks and gear to protect persons who are at risk from establishment tyranny. . Protesting crowds are at risk to be victims of water cannon weaponry, electronic prod & deafening audio weaponry, tear gas weapons, 5g weapon and God knows what else.

The humanity versus establishment war began 9/11. The establishment is out to reduce the numbers of humans it must feed and control, such a nuance these pesky humans who dont follow the rules and respond to the commands.

I continue to point out, the greatest risk to human survival is the nation state system. It is a risk because it is not controlled by those who are the governed, but instead, it is externally controlled by people who refuse to allow competition from any source for any purpose to gain any traction in their better off class world.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 3, 2022 2:21 AM
Reply to  eman

No Planes

There were no jetliner crashes in NYC, Warshington DC and Pennsylvania on 9/11.

Finn
Finn
Jul 2, 2022 12:19 PM

Police choose to place the target on their backs with hopes they can kill before being killed. I have no problem with police getting what they train for and hope to give.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 10:22 PM
Reply to  Finn

I don’t think that’s quite fair, even now, at this late date (aka “stage of the game”). I have worked a fair amount of security over the last 40 years, and I was impressed a few years ago by some comments I read by the gifted genius Italian film-maker, and martyr, Pier Paolo Pasolini. As a general rule, he was supportive of the police, as a class, saying that most of them hailed from blue collar and poor backgrounds and were driven into that work, as a rule (and he was an Italian leftist, mind you!). Not that I’m all in with the one-size-fits-all “I’m just a cop doin’ my job” profile.

I worked awhile for a security company where most of the guards had been Marines, many seeing combat, some with pretty bad PTSD, in recovery, others still on reserve or active. Granted, some of the politics were not that savory, but in USA we have a thing that MLK called a “poverty draft”. I had some long talks with one, a Black who had done “force protection” at a “well-known” terrorist attack site, after the fact, and he seemed pretty hip and informed about politics and who was real, or more so, than other poseurs, and since he had done a rather admirable job of home-schooling himself, solo, starting a consultancy, in so many ways knowledgeable, I asked him why he would have enlisted at 18. His answer, as he signed out on his visit supervising my station, was crisp and to the point: “Where I come from, it was either that or prison.”

AND FOR BLACKS, LATINOS, AND POOR PEOPLE ONE AND ALL, THAT’S A PRETTY REAL RULE OF THUMB. Joe Bageant wrote a whole chapter in his admirable screed/book “Deer Hunting With Jesus: Dispatches from the Class War” about the poor ‘gamine’ Lyndie England (served up as a patsy in her conviction for the Abu Graibh “scandal”). He said that in her school and town and crib the ops were so desperately limited, that early in her high school years she would show up daily in camo fatigues: “I guess if life gives you s**t to eat, you might as well bring your own fork.”

Johnny
Johnny
Jul 2, 2022 11:05 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

Joe was a saint.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 11:19 PM
Reply to  Johnny

My man! Miss him.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 11:50 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

Get this, a guy signed a referendum I was circulating 8 years ago, in front of a Target near the beaches, here in Huntington Beach, and we stopped to talk for a few minutes. Bageant’s name came up, as I was reading his essays then a lot, and the guy’s face lit up: “I was backing up Joe every night for awhile on guitar while he played his ever present banjo, just a few years ago.” (That’s in a small town, near the other coast, 3000 miles east.)

My jaw dropped, “Where was this?” (Which also served as an emergency truth serum, since I might see how much he really knew, or was for “some reason” posing).

He gave me the skinny: they had been high school classmates in Winchester, Virginia (check) and after Joe had returned to his small town Virginia roots after decades all over South America (check, check) he had hooked up with him at a local Winchester bar, where they sang duets at night (triple check: Joe talks about all that stuff in many a rustic story).

Guy says his name, “Mifflin P. Clowe III”. You probably would not find a 3rd Mifflin Clowe anywhere else in the universe, except btl of Mason-Dixon. What are the chances.

It’s a small world, but mine is smaller by far, since that stuff happens to me a lot. I met an architecture prof about two years before even that, who said, “we two are nodal types, so I know just what you mean.” He gave me a pop quiz to test me, “I was born in the city of Clark. Know where that might be?” I thought a moment, or 2, and said, “Clark Air Base, in the Phillipines ” He liked that, and said his father had been an original NSA agent, late ’40s, stationed there. He shared some things, not deep, about some techniques. Well. I was a night guard at his college, so we talked late.

The year before I was guarding a recycling center about 20 miles south on the coast, trying to tell a college lad about the overshadowing influence of General Reinhard Gehlen on modern American history, since Gehlen was the de facto (de)Nazi(fied) founder of CIA. A guy standing in the long line a few feet away (multi-millionaires stand in line for an hour there to recycle their few bags of empties, I am NOT making this up) lights up, says, “Hey, I was assigned in Europe after the fall of the Reich to be Gehlen’s attaché.” This actually happened. He contacted me a few times that year asking me if I would proofread a book he was writing about those times. I didn’t respond. I hid! A lot.

Sometimes I think they are fed their lines through an ear or brain implant. Makes more sense than any coincidence theory!

Many more where they came from!

But Joe and Mifflin Clowe singing duets at night in Winchester. O boy. It was about the time I talked to the latter that I read about the death in hospital of the former, way too young.

But his satiric pen is mightier than the sword (or scalpel) and yet lives on.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 3, 2022 1:44 AM
Reply to  John Ervin

This essay by Joe Bageant on what he calls the “Theatre State” is still timely and relevant and I re-post it more than once: “The Entertainment Value of Snuffing Grandma: A Nation of Children Roots for the Mafia”

https://dissidentvoice.org/2009/08/the-entertainment-value-of-snuffing-grandma/

Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 12:13 PM

In future all humans will need to prove their viral status upon demand to biosecurity robocops. It’s to keep us safe. Because that is all that matters. Staying safe.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2022 1:34 PM
Reply to  Zane

In my book, all biosecurity robocops will have to prove their human status on demand to avoid being ground into scrap metal nuggets.

I take staying safe seriously…

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 10:33 PM
Reply to  Zane

That’s the mantra now. “Stay safe”. Yet, a slippery slope, no matter the grade. 20 years ago a W Bush headline blared, “Killers are Plotting to Attack Us” and Hunter S. Thompson came out with his book “Kingdom of Fear”. (Not too long afterwards, he supposedly shot himself.)

Now, at the door of my favorite small market one worker always tells me when I get to the door, “Be safe out there. ”

That prompt increased in my ‘hood by ten time with the Advent of Coronapalooza, lol.

Nigel Watson
Nigel Watson
Jul 2, 2022 11:18 AM

The problem is that the same rules don’t apply to all. We now have racialised policing. Most politicians use racism to play divide and rule games. Do human races exist? If so, where EXACTLY are the dividing lines between different races of humans? It’s all a nonsense. In the video I also explain why it’s more likely for the public sector to engage in racism than the private sector. How does the ‘Left’ use racism to bolster its political power? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67gpWq873k8&t=35s

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jul 2, 2022 10:00 AM

Make no mistake, “they” read OFFG and all the other alt. media.

They garner information from wherever they can.

Allowing ourselves to be subdued is a tickbox that they can happily tick and report back..

I always try to post the positive side of resistance but there are a few even on here posting defeatist language.

Having spent a long time in sales I know for a fact you can either think yourself into winning or into losing.

The key is not a tour de force but a drip,drip,drip.

– sound familiar?

It’s the tactic that they use.

And the reason they use it? – Because it works.

Howard
Howard
Jul 2, 2022 1:41 PM

Too many people bandy about the silly, childish term “defeatist” as if it has the slightest significance.

One begins with the realization that some things are correct and therefore deserve to be incorporated into their value system; while other things are incorrect and should be avoided.

Then one proceeds to try and retain that which has value, in part because these things help clarify what’s going on in the world and may even offer a strategy for fending off that which is harmful.

Simply identifying what is harmful, as well as its magnitude, does not render oneself helpless or cause one to resign to the triumph of the harmful; let alone does identification prompt one to abandon his values and take on the values of others.

Knowing what to say and when to say it to gain allies is the most important consideration. Screaming in people’s faces that they’re crazy and deserve to be harmed just because they haven’t yet perceived what’s actually happening achieves nothing. Patience, however, and retaining a link with others until they come around (if they ever do) works wonders.

It’s a very unfortunate human condition that most people can only absorb a little truth at a time. One need not take a child aside and say “You’re going to die one day!” They’ll find that out on their own, in their own time.

That the child will die one day is not defeatist, it’s truthful.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jul 2, 2022 5:14 PM
Reply to  Howard

Very true Howard. I can’t count how many times I have been accused of merely being negative when pointing out just where we are today. If I had a dollar for every one of those comments out of those who refuse to even look at what “might” be happening and where that might end up I might not be uber wealthy, but I’d sure have a little savings plowed away from all those dollars received from the willfully blind.

Calling someone a defeatist is really just the tactic of someone who not only refuses to look, or to do any research at all, but at the end of the day is just another ad hominem attack from someone who doesn’t have a real argument, and most likely doesn’t care to. Point out that there are no miracles or saviors, and one is merely a negative nelly who refuses to just be happy and ignore the ugly.

“Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced.” James Baldwin. A perfect quote for our times., IMHO.

My personal philosophy is prepare for the worst and maybe end up pleasantly surprised when it doesn’t happen. But if it does happen, better to be prepared for it than not. But I obviously “get off on the negative” so what do I know.

As for tracking the thoughts of those of us who see just how bad this might get, that’s nothing new under the sun and I’m sure my negative ass is on a list somewhere. So be it.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jul 2, 2022 10:40 PM

Access to just one, single miracle (“1st Class” or otherwise) is always a big game-changer.

“They” just can’t control those.

Joerg
Joerg
Jul 2, 2022 9:13 AM

Among the topics of Corbett’s and Pilato’s newest “New World Next Week”
is also propaganda and strategies of those who rule us against demonstrations and uprisings of the people: https://www.corbettreport.com/nwnw20220630/
 

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2022 7:41 AM

ferret out potential troublemakers with “inflammatory” posts
I hope some of the silly commenters take note.

Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 6:58 AM

COVID: The Never Ending Pandemic. Starring Bill Gates. And Anthony Fauci as Superman. Peter Daszak plays himself. Also with himself. Supporting actor – Ralph Baric. Albert Bourla. Supporting cast – one billion Chicoms. Filmed on location in Wuhan and across the globe. Stamp of WHO approval. ” A must-watch ” says the Washington Repeater. ” Chilling ” says the BBC. ” Alarming “. ” Excellent ” says the United Mask Manufacturers Association of Asia. ” The Rise of the Variants ” to follow. ” Only vaccines can save us ” says billionaire Moderna producer. ” Scarier than Jaws meets Halloween 5 ” says the Hollywood Chronicle. It’s a blockbuster. Yeah. We know.

Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 6:42 AM

And right on cue as the Fed finally raises interest rates, crypto crashes. CIA = Crypto Instigators Anonymous. Thanks for giving us your money, suckers.

Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 6:34 AM

Covid: you are assumed infected unless testing covid-negative. Welcome to Virus Planet.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jul 2, 2022 5:12 AM

What’s amusing and sad at the same time is the reaction I get when I call cops, “pigs”. I’m a child of the fifties, raised in the sixties, and now an old hippie. That’s what I’ve always called them, pigs, and everyone knows the term. But because of the perverse idea that there are “good” cops and we shouldn’t judge them all based on a “few bad apples”, still, over fifty years later, makes many people a little squeamish when I matter of factly call them pigs. Wimps, get a grip, they are the globalists’ enforcers. No amount of teddy bears in their trunks can change that. Think of imperialism and the military, there are no good soldiers or sailors, they are all imperialists. And I admit to having been a sailor, U.S. Navy. But that’s the way it has to be, especially now. If they aren’t on our side, they are the enemy.

And some, like in the comments below, still don’t have a clue as to what we’re up against as the Whitehead’s, who have a long history of activism against establishment fascism, have summarized in their article. Fear mongering my ass. Solutions my ass. The only solution is Revolution, if you haven’t realized that yet, then wake up. We don’t need the sheeple to pull off a Revolution, we need serious organization and commitment by those that are willing to put their money and action where their mouths are. There’s your solution, criticize that.

Hele
Hele
Jul 2, 2022 6:41 AM

When.I keep asking.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 7:34 AM

Think of the atrocities the pigs have committed since the scamdemic was unleashed. Across the globe. Potentially fatal rubber bullets in Melbourne. Water cannon in numerous cities across the globe. Which caused detached corneas and other injuries. Attack dogs, batons, tons of pepper spray. Brutal tackles. The fact that riot squads were in place before the psyop is by itself proof that the plandemic was planned years ago.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 2, 2022 8:37 AM

Sixties’ hippie revolutionaries like:
1) The SLA – a CIA creation to lead white radicals to their destruction. See Brad SChreiber’s ‘Revolution’s End’.
2) The Weather Underground – another deep state creation.
3) All those great musicians who wrote all those great anti-Vietnam songs like… er, well maybe Hendrix’s ‘Machine Gun’ and he ended up dead with a manager who turned out to be connected to British intelligence. Funny how many of them turned out to have military/elite connections and now seem totally down with the convid regime (see Neil Young and Joni Mitchell).

The hippie movement was created to defeat the genuine opposition by the likes of Leary (who wrote the CIA’s personality assessment test) and Ginsberg (paedophile). It should be obvious how many features of the “counterculture” are now clearly part of the elite agenda (ranging from being drug-addled to wallowing in Eastern mysticism to gender-bending).

jiin
jiin
Jul 2, 2022 10:58 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Funny how many scream ‘The hippie revolutionaries’ was run by British & USA intelligence. Okey.
yet the same people happily watch British / USA intelligence connected podcasters, you tubers and bloggers.

Duckman
Duckman
Jul 2, 2022 11:28 AM
Reply to  Edwige

fast tracking the “age of aquarius” straight into the horns of capricornius, the age of baphomet doesnt quite have the same ring, but it works for them.
the express elevator is going down, enjoy the ride?
no? time to leave the fun fair then…

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jul 2, 2022 2:00 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Didn’t say it wasn’t Edwige. But they didn’t all of us. Did the get you?

Jacques
Jacques
Jul 2, 2022 9:44 AM

You’re right on the one hand, wrong on the other.

It’s not that the Whiteheads are wrong, and there probably are quite a few other cute things the cunts will come up with. Tax your imagination and you’ll sure think of something.

So what does the judicious person who wants to survive more or less unscathed do? Good question.

The idea of a revolution is naive to say the least. No revolution is happening, not anytime soon. Most people understand fuck all what’s being foisted on them. In fact, they like the digital cobweb that’s being weaved around them. I witnessed two idiots like that yesterday when I was buying a pair of shorts (mistake I won’t do again – shopping in a second-hand shop is way cheaper, way more fun, and way less hassle). They literally sold their soul for a few silver pieces, as they gave away all their info for a marginal discount. I explained to them that they were two stupid fucking bitches, but they looked at me like I was a fucking cro-magnon man or somebody from another planet (I probably am). Anyway, people have too much to lose and might have for a long time still. In fact, the establishment is not stupid, and they’ll sure try to keep people in a state where they’ll be thinking that they have more to lose than gain by revolting.

There is no immediate solution to the shit that’s happening. It’s clear that a new era is being ushered in, but it’s not clear what it will entail. It can be generally guessed as per the text above, as per great fucking reset, as per the conclusions drawn by various alternative sources, but it remains to be seen how things will unfold.

For somebody who wants to retain their freedom and survive, they have to realize all that, be prepared to give up whatever they were used to in the past, to adjust whatever they do as things develop, so on so forth. Try to be as independent as possible. Be as cunning as the establishment fucks. Forget about being a ‘good citizen’ if you haven’t already – that’s nothing but a cage built around your mind to force you to conform to what they foist on you.

The system will eventually corrupt itself because people will refuse to participate. Most of them passively, only a few actively. But the passive resistance will make it run aground. It might be in quite a while, possibly generations away. So, equip your kids with appropriate knowledge.

It’s wrong to think of the pigs as an enemy in the sense of engaging them in some kind of fight. Avoid them as much as you can, and bribe them if need be. Yes, they serve as the extended arm of the regime, but they’re people too, and not all of them are fucking sadist. Many are in there just for the pension. They have families too and a lot of them don’t like what they’re seeing. That doesn’t mean that they’ll do anything about it – they will, when they see that a revolution is taking place. But that’s far in the future. So, try to find a way of co-existing with them.

As far as ideology, there needs to be focus on cooperative individualism as opposed to the now-omnipresent government protectionism. Push in the other direction, toward locality, toward the individual, from globalism. But that’s eventually gonna happen on its own too – action instigates reaction.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jul 2, 2022 2:03 PM
Reply to  Jacques

“They’re people too”. There you go, I forgot that one. So is Bill Gates, of is Fauci, so is Biden (I think).

The idea of revolution is not naive in any means. Those that think we don’t need revolution as naive as hell. Look up the definition. We’re simply a change in power. If we don’t change the power structure, most of us are toast, simple ants in an anthill. That’s revolution brother. A revolution can happen in people’s minds, man, don’t downplay, embrace it.

Dan
Dan
Jul 2, 2022 11:51 PM

Well said. The best kind of revolution is the one where people free their own minds first and slowly a critical mass of people thinking and behaving differently becomes big enough to effect significant societal change…

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 3, 2022 3:07 AM
Reply to  Dan

I like that philosophy.
It does tend to let the scum off the hook, though…

I’m thinking along the lines of it being practically impossible for such an appalling lapse in mankind’s evolution to occur again – by making an example of a few of them.
After all, they seem to enjoy making an example of our best and brightest, and thereby succeed in making journalists scared to death of doing their jobs, university professors afraid of opening their mouths and normal people terrified of trusting the evidence of their own eyes or being true to themselves.

We may be faced with the fact that, unfortunately, great catastrophes do seem to make a regular appearance over our long-term history…

We need to dig deep to find our real selves under such circumstances. If we succeed, it might save us.

Jacques
Jacques
Jul 3, 2022 7:22 AM

It really would behoove people, including your revolutionary self, to read what you’re responding to.

Nowhere did I say that we don’t need a revolution. I’m fucking game. Thousand percent for it. And I’d venture to say that my idea of a revolution goes much further than yours.

For change to happen, such as a revolution, however, the conditions must be right. And they’re not. You won’t stage a revolution or instigate change on your own. That will only happen when things are ripe to happen. There aren’t. In fact, if anything, they’re ripe for the kind of revolution the wokeian-covidian crowd are in the process of staging.

Your claim that Bill Peddler of Shitty Software, Flip-Flop, or Bidet are people too is false. They’re not. They’re the perpetrators. Cops are ordinary people, participating in the circus like everyone else – they’re only the most visible ones because they’re the ones who strongarm people into compliance. But there are tons of other people involved – how about the public servant who processes fines given to people? The company that supplies the cops with whatever stuff they use? The people that manufacture pig cruisers? Just about everybody is “guilty” to an extent for collaborating with the regime. You’ll get absolutely nowhere by attacking the pigs.

As you correctly say, a revolution has to happen in people’s minds. So, focus there. In this historical period, people are massively fucked up in the head by a protectionist ideology that embodies complete trust in science/technology to resolve anything, government protectionism, etc. etc. They DON’T WANT the kind of revolution you and I do. Not yet. They don’t understand that the kind of life they’re embracing will rob them of freedom. Once they realize that, the time for change will come.

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Jul 3, 2022 9:10 PM
Reply to  Jacques

You make some good points, Jacques. It always surprises me when people of Albert’s generation openly boast about being an “old hippy,” as if being a hippy was some kind of great achievement in life. In reality, the hippies’ intended revolution was almost a total failure that achieved little of substance. And the reason was not just that the world wasn’t ready for revolution, but that the hippies and counterculture figures in general were often shallow, trite, and vacuous thinkers in the first place, with no clear notion of what they were fighting for or fighting against.

And look around you. Many of the worst enforcers of Covid tyranny and other forms of state overreach are former hippies, now thoroughgoing conformists in their old age. Their “rebellion” today consists of cursing Trump and deriding the MAGA crowd, and shopping for “organic” produce.

The big diet
The big diet
Jul 2, 2022 5:39 PM
Reply to  Jacques

There are serious revolutions’ going on right now against globalist owned regimes. Sudan and Tunisia are 2 that come to mind.
I would suggest to keep an eye on them and learn from their failures and successes.
I’ve taken an interest in what’s happening in Sudan. Here you have a totally corrupt gang of thieves ruling with the help of the Egyptian and Israeli intelligence agencies.
The people of Sudan know that if they give up their fight their future is to live like a Palestinian in occupied Palestine or a Egyptian in the Orwellian police state that is Egypt.
My money says the people will prevail. It will be interesting to see if they can hold the globalists criminals at bay after that.

Zane
Zane
Jul 3, 2022 12:08 PM
Reply to  The big diet

They’ll just send in the IMF.

drooze
drooze
Jul 3, 2022 4:05 AM
Reply to  Jacques

I bet your comments don’t go to “pending”, as they concur with the exacting requisites of inanity necessary for the OG!

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jul 2, 2022 10:58 AM

The revolution will not be televised.

That is to say, it will not be acknowledged.

Think about the last couple of years and the different treatment of people around the world.

Imagine if they did the the same in, say London, that they did in China.

It’s easy enough to imagine the worst kind of dystopia when we read all the stuff on here and elsewhere but in real life they won’t get away with it with cultures vastly different to communist regimes.

Walk in a crowded city and feel the number of people around you and the collective power those people have.

No, they won’t get away with it- and they know it!

Everyone has a limit.

We’ll find out where that limit is this coming winter when they turn off the gas and food.

It won’t be pretty but I predict a severe pushback followed by a tacit retreat by TPTB.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jul 2, 2022 4:06 PM

A more nuanced approach to revolution might be more productive. History shows us thatin any successful rebellion an autocracy emerges from the chaos which is often as bad or worse than the conditions that caused the revolution in the first place. There’s lots of reasons for this (including, but not limited to, the displaced class and their allies doing everything in their power to cause a failure) but it doesn’t matter — the wise approach would be to plan for this.

I also grew up in this era and found the potential change in mass consciousness refreshing. The catalyst for this was the Vietnam war, of course. This exposed the contradictions and crassness of ‘the system’, not in terms of conspiracy theories but in what we could call conspiracy facts. This posed a serious threat to the status quo which was responded to by a surprisingly coordinated campaign. This may well have involved false flag revolutionaries — this trick has been used in the UK from time immemorial — but I saw it in the way that popular culture was gradually ‘bent’ to channel the masses back where they belong. (Unlike many people I see things like TV shows as not just entertainment but cultural propaganda.) “Regrooving” people took time — it wasn’t going to happen overnight — but any revolution was well and truly snuffed out by “Morning in America” and its UK analog, “TINA”.

This type of cultural counter-revolution wasn’t novel. Immediately after WW2 there was a window of opportunity caused not by the defeat of fascism but by the mass recognition of the connection between fascism and conservatism, its all a part of a continuum. Regressing this to a normal state of affairs took a few years and one of the most interesting impacts was cultural. If you compare moves from the 1940s to those of the 1950s, for example — pre-McCarthy to post-McCarthy — you see a huge shift from social consciousness to anodyne love stories and retelling of history with the appropriate patriotic slant.

Anyway, there’s much we could say here but a short answer — calling cops ‘pigs’ was never constructuve, not then and not now. The original concept of a police force (from Peel) was a community based, not a paramilitary, organization dedicated to maintaining the peace. Its a nice idea but when push comes to shove the state will exercise raw power using whatever means it thinks fit (and using the media to put the appropriate spin on their actions). Ultimately, though, the men (and women) behind the mask are people like us and success in dealing with them depends on reaching them as people, not confronting them on their terms. Except for the hard core of the usual psychopaths they actually believe in what they’re doing so work with them as people and show them the gap between the ideal and the reality.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 6:12 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Well said, sir!

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Jul 3, 2022 9:27 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

(Unlike many people I see things like TV shows as not just entertainment but cultural propaganda.) “Regrooving” people took time — it wasn’t going to happen overnight — but any revolution was well and truly snuffed out by “Morning in America” and its UK analog, “TINA”.

If the revolution could be so easily rerouted and cancelled, that shows it was never that deep and powerful to begin with. Genuinely profound subversiveness cannot be stopped with superficial propaganda unless it already contained some weakness and sickness at its core.

It took less than two decades for Easy Rider to give way to Top Gun. And three and a half decades after Top Gun, the sequel Top Gun: Maverick is the box office sensation of the year. If the Sixties had been as truly, radically subversive as is often claimed, the mainstream culture of the 1980s or today wouldn’t even have been possible.

The mainstream culture effortlessly absorbed the counterculture and modified its aims precisely because so much of the counterculture represented only a superficial, surface level rebellion to begin with.

iya
iya
Jul 4, 2022 5:39 AM
Reply to  Invisible Man

“because so much of the counterculture represented only a superficial, surface level rebellion to begin with.”

No, it was a threat to the status quo, so it had to be infiltrated, led, subverted & consumed.

Any time any significant threat appears, the controllers will do everything in their power to squash it. Just look at Africa. In perpetual chaos.

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Jul 4, 2022 8:46 AM
Reply to  iya

No, it was a threat to the status quo, so it had to be infiltrated, led, subverted & consumed.

It is not possible to infiltrate and subvert an entire counterculture, individual groups yes, but not a whole culture.

Furthermore, the intellectual weaknesses and failings of the movement were apparent to discerning observers even at the time, not merely in retrospect, who realized the movement was going to fail due to inner failings and failures of perception, not simply due to outside opposition.

The “infiltration” explanation is what every group uses to rationalize away failures. It’s a bogus explanation and an excuse not to reflect. All you have to do is try reading the books and pamphlets produced by the sixties counterculture. Not a single lasting, important book was produced. Nothing to stand comparison with the great philosophers, novelists, political theorists, essayists in history.

iya
iya
Jul 5, 2022 1:14 AM
Reply to  Invisible Man

“The “infiltration” explanation is what every group uses to rationalize away failures. It’s a bogus explanation and an excuse not to reflect. All you have to do is try reading the books and pamphlets produced by the sixties counterculture.”

No, again, it was led by those who infiltrated & subverted & controlled/took the movement in the opposite direction to what was intended. If one doesn’t see the extent of infiltration, it becomes easy to view it as just an “excuse”.

The real threat of the sixties to the status quo were people who saw where a materialistic, consumerist culture was leading & you had people like Rachel Carson exposing the unbelievable damage industry was doing with biocides. Her work too was subverted & infiltrated; by creating the EPA & making sure it eventually became subservient to industry interests by stalling genuine science, getting rid of people who asked questions & many other methods, whilst pretending to “protect” people & nature.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 4, 2022 6:08 PM

It’s foolish to assume that all police are evil. For example, to break the truckers’ occupation in Canada, it was necessary for TPTB to call in UN troops w/o insignia.
Many people select policework out of idealism, and some even maintain it throughout their careers. Those who slander an entire group of people have lost the idealism that bids us to evaluate people individually, and to seek the truth.

A personal anecdote: the police were called when I refused to mask-up in a small shop. They refused to come. I could hear only the manager’s side of the conversation, but it was unmistakable.
Plus several fine sheriffs and even entire departments have gone public with their refusals, across the country.

Johnny
Johnny
Jul 2, 2022 4:48 AM

Take charge.
Sing, dance, laugh, make love, walk, eat healthy, avoid the lies, have a nice cup of tea.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 4:26 AM

Elon Musk offered $1Billion to buy the CIA, but the Clintons won’t sell.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 4:22 AM

CRICKETS
World’s largest cricket processing plant coming to London, Ont. Aspire farms processes crickets into all-natural, sustainable, superfood ingredients.

Crickets can be used in a number of ways for making high-protein food, whether they are roasted whole or put into protein bars. ‘Like an oatmeal stout with a twist,’ says Quebec brewer behind cricket beer

Aspire will soon build a 100,000-square-foot plant that will bring bugs, as food, to the North American market.

From Cairns News; didn’t get the link, sorry

btw NYC already rolling out the monkeypox vaxx, which I spose will actually cause pox.
Huge gay population NYC; 20 years ago they were too suspicious of govt to fall for it, but now, I don’t know.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 2, 2022 5:04 AM
Reply to  Penelope
Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 6:35 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Cricket Lives Matter! Boycott cricket foods.

les online
les online
Jul 2, 2022 7:06 AM
Reply to  Penelope

So long as they greenwash their production methods and raise the crickets in humane conditions people will agree to eat the product. They love those reconstituted chickens (with god knows what) into nuggets, dont they !
And what to make of this report ? Is it going to be a beef cattle rendering factory, or a Soylent green biscuit factory ?
https://www.sgtreport.com/2022/06/massive-meat-rendering-facility-with-robotics-ai-systems-and-railroad-offloading-integration-raises-eyebrows/

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2022 7:46 AM
Reply to  les online

Did the fast-food chains ever state that chicken nuggets contained any chicken, apart from the implication in the label?

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2022 1:31 PM
Reply to  mgeo

It’s enough that “The Narrative” says it’s chicken…

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 6:27 AM
Reply to  les online

Les, looks like we’re not the only ones who are skeptical. First thing I thought of: Will AI robots be able to distinguish between the cattle and humans?

les online
les online
Jul 3, 2022 7:05 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Read earlier today on a Science site that humans and octopuses had the same intelligence gene. That startled me, as i didnt know the “intelligence gene” had been isolated…
Anyway, so often these days humans are being compared to machines…
AI seems to have become the standard against which human intelligence is compared. Could be just sloppy thinking ?
It could be argued that Human Artificial Intelligence (HAI) is quite prevalent, and if it is compared to machine AI the latter wins hands down…
Or it could be another word has had its definition changed to fit The Science ?

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 4, 2022 6:27 PM
Reply to  les online

les, as you say, “humans are being compared to machines.” Of course that’s what “they” want us to be, because that makes us controllable, programmable, etc.

It’s also emblematic of a strange error in physics which seeks to find causality in the smallest particles, rather than in the complex organization that determines life. They often argue that there is no free will– merely because they cannot find it in particles. You can’t find vision in a single molecule of the eye; doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

sloppy thinking? I don’t know– for some, it may be “useful thinking.”

Mike
Mike
Jul 2, 2022 7:57 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I remember ice age farmer promoting the farming of insects under your bed. There is enough amino acids in fruit. No need to eat insects for “protein”. Breast milk is 1% protein so that is enough for a growing baby. All this protein being healthy is absolute nonsense. Protein is acid forming.

Mike Ellwood (Oxon, UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon, UK)
Jul 2, 2022 1:50 PM
Reply to  Mike

True we don’t need excessive amounts of protein but 1% isn’t enough for an adult. 15-20% is more like it.

Enough amino acids in fruit? I don’t think so, but if you do, I wish you luck. I think you will need it.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 6:33 AM
Reply to  Mike

Mike,
Farming of insects under my bed! Oh dear, you made me laugh out loud. I cd maybe farm the dust bunnies.

les online
les online
Jul 2, 2022 4:18 AM

Where would we be without Guilt ?
Without Guilt a debt-driven economy wont work…
Without Guilt the Catholic church would have no raison d’etre,
(Without Confessional boxes, no place in which God’s employees can get-off on our confessed sordid stories)…
A firm belief that Everyone is Guilty of Something is an essential requirement for becoming an effective law enforcer…(You can never convince the state’s enforcers that you are innocent)…
Anyway, we’re all born with sin, born guilty, though i cant recall if it was because GREAT Grandma Eve couldnt resist sinking her teeth into an apple, or because some of our forebears stood by while one of God’s prophets got hung on a cross…
Without Guilt how could so many be persuaded they might Kill Granny if they didnt take a toxic Jab in the arm…
Not only have we all long been considered by the State to be criminally inclined ’til proven not guilty (why else would the state create so many laws ?), we’re even considered Enemies of The State. (They just dont Trust us !)…
In a modern police state not every enforcer wears a police uniform

les online
les online
Jul 2, 2022 7:47 AM
Reply to  les online

Without Guilt there’d be nothing to encourage philanthropists from keeping for themselves all the wealth they hoovered-up, would there ?
Although spending the wealth to support one’s pet projects, and paying for favourable coverage by the mass media isnt really philanthropy, unless, like ‘pandemic’ ‘isolated’ ‘vaccine’, definitions are changed for marketing purposes

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 6:38 AM
Reply to  les online

Les, you mean PHILANTHROPATHS– that’s what Margaret on Through the Looking Glass calls them on her substack. She wants the term to sprout legs.

philanthropaths

les online
les online
Jul 3, 2022 7:11 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I like it ! It’s apt ! I’ll use it. Send my Thanks to Margaret. Ok !?

les online
les online
Jul 3, 2022 8:01 AM
Reply to  Penelope
Penelope
Penelope
Jul 4, 2022 6:55 PM
Reply to  les online

Les,
Thanks, that long piece was nevertheless worth reading. But I always feel one caution: We mustn’t forget that the “Nation-State rivalry” which we’re so encouraged to see as the total may actually be secondary (just a pretext) to the NWO’s agenda of degrading world economic power

There is powerful evidence to support this: If US, the apparent arch-villain of Nation-State dominance, wants this as #1 priority why handle military procurement in such a slipshod way?

Indeed, why degrade the military men? The anthrax vaccine which may have incapacitated as many as half a million men, Gulf War Syndrome caused by US itself according to the Congressional hearings, and now the covi-vaxx?

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 3, 2022 7:26 AM
Reply to  les online

The biggest “philanthropists” are making big returns on their good works. An article here a few days ago mentioned what Bill Gates raked in. This is apart from political returns (influence).

jimbo
jimbo
Jul 2, 2022 9:06 AM
Reply to  les online

not every enforcer wears a police uniform

yep. And now there is them tens upon tens of millions of delusional Coveed Cultists to deal with. Sheesh!!

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 3:41 AM

DUTCH FARMERS TOOK TO THE HIGHWAYS W TRACTORS

DUTCH farmers are furious and in a fight for survival as green politicians attempt to shut down 30 percent of the nation’s livestock supply allegedly to stop “nitrogen pollution”. Watch for similar moves by Australia’s new Labor Government that has signed up to the net-zero insanity.

The Netherlands has 100 million head of cattle, pigs and chickens and is a major exporter of meat across Europe. 

FDF leader Van den Oever, a pig farmer, compared the position of farmers to the persecution of the Jews during World War 2 and threatened blockades of roads and food supplies.

The country’s main farming lobby group LTO called on farmers to protest ‘appropriately’ and said using tractors was justified but not at politicians’ homes.

https://cairnsnews.org/2022/07/01/dutch-farmers-say-no-to-eu-climate-cult-move-to-shut-down-farms/

BranchCovidian
BranchCovidian
Jul 2, 2022 10:13 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Surely it’s the farmers’ pigs that are akin to the Jews in WW2, as they are the ones being led into gas chambers…

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jul 2, 2022 1:20 AM

This is so depressing.

Benton
Benton
Jul 1, 2022 11:13 PM

Only a true slave feel obliged to abide to unjustified laws.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2022 2:27 AM
Reply to  Benton

The choices are not always so simple… Remember Charlton Heston in “Ben Hur”?
He had to do plenty of ‘abiding’ by unjustified laws, and there wasn’t much he could do about being taken into slavery.
Fortunately, Fate gave him a chance to escape. We wouldn’t even know who he was if the story hadn’t included that bit…

Benton
Benton
Jul 2, 2022 1:47 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Who said it was simple?

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 3, 2022 1:31 AM
Reply to  Benton

Sorry if I misunderstood your comment to imply that all one has to do is to refuse to feel obliged to abide by unjustified laws.
My point is only that one can be forced to abide by them, and death may be the only way out of that particular dilemma…
We live in appalling times.

Benton
Benton
Jul 3, 2022 9:46 AM
Reply to  wardropper

All laws are enforced and you get in trouble caught breaking them but for me it depends on the issue. Noncompliance on a personal level is the only tool that is purely mine and there are certain things I don’t do no matter the consequences. These appalling times will definitely be getting worse until either side breaks.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 1, 2022 9:59 PM

They seem to want to govern through the Oceania/Eurasia/Eastasia model. Oceania needs to be motivated in the struggle and “Freedom” has been their rallying call.

That’s a powerful brake on becoming too openly tyrannical in the West. They want to rule more through manipulation and consent, they wouldn’t put so much effort into the propaganda otherwise.

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
Jul 1, 2022 10:16 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Too many ‘theys’, my friend. We know who they are, jew elite, (am I wrong?).

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
Jul 1, 2022 11:27 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Got a ‘pending’ one for this comment ! Wonder what group I mentioned ?
(Had a watch of Kit’s tip, ‘Quiz Show’, wonder who the controllers were there ?).

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2022 2:30 AM
Reply to  Edwige

I can’t believe they aren’t ready with a violent ‘Plan B’, if that doesn’t work…

les online
les online
Jul 2, 2022 4:46 AM
Reply to  wardropper

The counterrevolution NEVER sleeps…
They wargame Plan ‘B’, and ‘C’, and ‘D’, and so on
Heavily armoured and armed the state’s enforcers dont go to protest gatherings to get on-the-job training… It takes training and practice to learn how to pepper-spray a woman in the face…
When confronted by a fanged, snarling dog, soothingly muttering “nice doggie” sometimes works…The iron fist inside the velvet glove: for the state to be taking the gloves off suggests it expects a hell of a lot of trouble from its previously law-abiding citizens ? Their wide-spread resistance to something the state intends imposing ?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 7:40 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The pig violence we saw in Germany, Britain, Austria, Holland, Switzerland, France and so many other countries suggests they will do what it takes.

Mike
Mike
Jul 1, 2022 9:39 PM

ideas that run counter to the official government narrative.

The government doesn’t have a narrative. The terrorists have a narrative and their propaganda such as wearing masks is banned. When writing about such topics as a “police state” it is best to put a disclaimer warning of the dangerous content. This is in the best interest of everyone. To help protect against radicalisation and terrorism. It is a national security prerogative. If there was a disclaimer then it would be clear what was official and what wasn’t.
https://youtu.be/pE49WK-oNjU

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jul 1, 2022 9:30 PM

Slightly OT:

If Putin were a woman would there even have been a Ukraine invasion?

Putin. The very model of masculinity. Nearly as masculine (but not quite) as Margaret Thatcher sending ships x thousand miles across oceans to save some piece of rock at the tip of South America.

Boris, by contrast, the model of wokeness. The new man for the 2020s. After all, how many males can talk of ‘toxic masculinity’ with a straight face? Very few, I would suspect. There may even be a medical term for it. ‘Toxic Borisicity’, or just a case of Partygate 2.0 ie Ladygate? Instead of running of to a party…

Meanwhile, can we read between the lines, and deduce that the West is lining up a woman for their Russian regime change? Assuming, of course, that they even want one – a regime change that is. Nato needs its external enemy. Where would Nato be without a bogeyman?

Too many questions, you may argue, but in other (related) news, the Ukrainian male is now superfluous. No longer needed by the West. So send more weapons to Ukraine so that the Ukrainian male can self-obliterate in opposing superior Russian fire power. Allow your supermarket purchase to be rounded up to the nearest pound/dollar/Euro/… to help send weapons to get rid of any rival Ukrainian males. Then the world will be left with the Ukrainian women, who ARE actually needed.

Well, at least the attractive ones. Primarily for recreational purposes of course, but some apparently also have childbearing potential (and even wombs according to an old non-woke textbook, yet to be fact-checked).

Meanwhile, anyone looking for a perfect male role model, need look no further than Ukraine’s leadership, which offers up cross-dressing Zelensky and creepy Arestovich (with his infamous Moscow hotel exploits).

What a confused world we live in!  🙄  (a bit like this post)

So bring back Adam and Eve. At least they knew what they were about  🤓 

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S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2022 8:38 PM

“Just breaking from Occupied Canada.
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“Scamdemic Gestapo Nazi Pigs doing the Third Reich Shuffle.”

https://www.globalresearch.ca/breaking-protesters-clash-ottawa-police-several-arrested/5785184

Nazi Boy and the Reich Need to Fall, NOW!”

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2022 9:10 PM
Reply to  S Cooper
Jacques
Jacques
Jul 1, 2022 7:17 PM

Wow, talk about scaremongering! Fuck, are Whitehead & Whitehead trying to program people for what’s coming? It sounds like it!

I find that Off-Guardian was an informative site frequented by commenters making interesting comments and providing interesting references during the CONVID hoax. More and more, however, the texts that get published and, more importantly, the comments do nothing but cement a general perception that everything is fucked, everything is fake, that everybody will be fucked over bad.

This shit is an example par excellence.

How about coming up with a solution, suggestion here and there instead of the unrelenting reiteration how everything is fucked and no one’s gonna escape?

Why the fuck is the government constantly painted as an omnipotent entity and people as helpless sheeple? It’s the other way around. The people are holding the long end of the stick thanks to our sheer numbers.

Willem
Willem
Jul 1, 2022 9:34 PM
Reply to  Jacques

The articles above the line were useful in the beginning of covid. OffG was the only site (in contrast to Unz, zerohedge, moa, counterpunch, media lens, Caitlin Johnstone, RT, Sputnik, etc, etc) that was sceptical towards the covid narrative. For that they do deserve credit.

But for the rest it is a one dimensional site.

They say: ‘look at how awful this’ and ‘see how they screw us that’. Then they keep bringing us solutions from ‘James’ who seriously talks about how we can street dance our way out of all of this.

It’s the commenting part that is interesting, but they have been screwing with that system for some time now. They call it ‘experiment’ or ‘bad luck’. I call it a nuisance to potentially deliberately screwing the commenting system (it can’t be that difficult to run a commenting system, right) For such views you’ll be put into pending here.

This site pretends to be a site that was started by some regular guys in 2014 and who suddenly got their posts hosted by zerohedge leading to a large audience and who run the site on a shoe string. It’s not very convincing. Actually, it’s not convincing at all.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Jul 2, 2022 4:56 AM
Reply to  Willem

Why hang around if the site no longer enlightens you ?
Why join that perennial whinger who can only ever find “fucking” faults ?
(He is SO hard to please).

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jul 2, 2022 8:10 AM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

I say keep coming back Willem. Diversity of opinion is essential and ultimately we mostly all agree on what the threat is.
I have reservations about OffG too, there was a perceptible shift after the week shutdown some time ago and the articles have been less stimulating imho but still worth a visit.

I also sense some cooling in Kit’s enthusiasm. However, all things change over time and I will be eternally grateful to this site for helping me grasp some understanding of what my senses were screaming at me in spring 2020.

Cleggy
Cleggy
Jul 2, 2022 5:02 PM

Hi there Agent 2752-1 try not to be so transparent when you try to set up a pile on

Shipinthenight
Shipinthenight
Jul 2, 2022 5:27 PM
Reply to  Cleggy

Good grief you must be very lost or low to perceive that.
One behind every tree for you perhaps.

Cleggy
Cleggy
Jul 2, 2022 5:29 PM
Reply to  Shipinthenight

Try again. That was even more transparent 😚

roula
roula
Jul 2, 2022 9:53 AM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

It is not what they say but rather who talks and who controls the talk content that enlightens and brings on real comprehension. Content is merely a tool used by someone with an ulterior intent. Study for example Joseph Atwill.

In general government-edited/controlled information can be circulated by two channels. the official one for those malleable, and the one for so called dissenters, the contrarian types. I mean: the same information is tunneled into the two routes.
True dissent will never see the daylight, on the contrary they will be chased and imprisoned to the limits. Study the XIX century history of Communism in Russia. You will see persecutions and executions and nothing else behind it.
Other examples I am too frightened to even mention here, though obviously they are commonly known to those who happen to be educated.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 6:51 AM
Reply to  roula

roula,
Oh dear, don’t you hate these fact-checking orgs? They’re always such liars. Oh well, I expect many know by now — thanks to Vanessa Beeley– that the White Helmets are NOT the good guys.

roula
roula
Jul 3, 2022 10:36 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I agree, Penelope. A liar met its match/equal here.

roula
roula
Jul 3, 2022 11:11 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Sorry, wrong entry.

roula
roula
Jul 2, 2022 9:49 AM
Reply to  Willem

The first time I learned about Off-G was when I heard it mentioned by a highly dubious and shadowy character Valentin Katasonov, another Russian classic in the stable/genre of Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften.

roula
roula
Jul 2, 2022 10:16 AM
Reply to  roula

Or better even, do you have a spare million usd? Or maybe two or three such spare drawers of cash? Then you can invest it in the outer space investment fund, chaired or ”something like that” by Catherine Austin Fitts.
Certainly she could fund/sponsor/you-name-it a few such outfits like Off-G. I mean, I don’t know who those people are.
Just trying the see the forest through the trees, comprehend the Gestalt through the smoke.

Grace Johns
Grace Johns
Jul 2, 2022 11:52 PM
Reply to  roula

I really enjoy listening to CAF but equally feel there’s something off. Perhaps it’s the stories she tells that make her sound like the hero from some Minority Report script, in bed with a sniper red light scanning across her body etc.

And certain things she claims to have discussed (such as ‘WHO IS MR GLOBAL?’) cannot be located anywhere. Basically every talk is advertising for overpriced Solari report – she’s giving ZILCH away on her website but as she said recently – we are up shit creek without a paddle.

AS to these writers – my GF who worked inside British .gov trained me as a kid, along with not believing anything in the media and never watching TV, was keep lawyers OUT of your life.

roula
roula
Jul 3, 2022 10:38 AM
Reply to  Grace Johns

Yes, she is taking everybody for a ride, a long one and in all directions. And she does it with aplomb. She always wears expensive Hermes silky scarves, very suit her.

roula
roula
Jul 3, 2022 11:11 AM
Reply to  Grace Johns

Sorry, wrong click.

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
Jul 1, 2022 10:29 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Dude, you have already been tagged as an agent. Guess I woulds agree with that. Pretty funny comments and personal info mind you.

Nick
Nick
Jul 1, 2022 11:04 PM
Reply to  Jacques

How about coming up with a solution, suggestion here and there

Be constructive. Come up with a suggestion/solution. We’re listening.

Cleggy
Cleggy
Jul 2, 2022 4:57 PM
Reply to  Nick

He won’t. He just runs interference. That’s his one job

Ian Thorpe
Ian Thorpe
Jul 1, 2022 11:12 PM
Reply to  Jacques

“the texts that get published and, more importantly, the comments do nothing but cement a general perception that everything is fucked”
That’s perhaps because everything IS fucked, Jaques.
Until sometime last year I guess, I was a prolific content creator, posting on my own website and blogs and in various forums on current affairs. Recently however, I find myself struggling to create something once a week.
I’ve said all I have to say on climate change, COVID, going cashless, the war on free speech, billionaire psychopaths buying influence over government policy, net zero and green bollocks, Ukraine, Syria, Brexit,The death of democracy etc. etc. yet we keep going around the same loops as the people who control the narratives drag us back again and again to their agendas.

boxofcrayons
boxofcrayons
Jul 2, 2022 1:05 AM
Reply to  Jacques

“How about coming up with a solution, suggestion here and there instead of the unrelenting reiteration how everything is fucked and no one’s gonna escape?”

the solution is simple, “People”, if they took the time to examine the reports – seek validity – instead of a careless acceptance of lies, then perhaps, things wouldn’t be so “fucked up”.

Howard
Howard
Jul 2, 2022 3:42 AM
Reply to  Jacques

The roadblock to setting things right is what it’s always been: people. It’s not, as you point out, the psychos’ lust for wealth and power that’s the problem. It’s the majority’s willingness to accept the psychos as having a legitimate right to dictate to them.

The “solution” is for people to realize that their willingness to bow to authority is self-defeating and will always lead to disaster. Finding a way to get that realization inside people’s heads is the stumbling block.

Stop The Prison Mentality
Stop The Prison Mentality
Jul 2, 2022 4:02 AM
Reply to  Jacques

Why the fuck is the government constantly painted as an omnipotent entity and people as helpless sheeple? It’s the other way around. The people are holding the long end of the stick thanks to our sheer numbers.

Shit cuz, I’m not sure which planet your living on but is definitely not the same as mine.

Why the fuck is the government constantly painted as an omnipotent entity….

Because they are, they all are. Lockstep bro, lockstep. Honestly, which part of the last two and a half years would you like me to highlight to demonstrate that we have passed peak democracy and are hurtling at breakneck speed towards a fascist technocratic totalitarian fucking nightmare?

The people are holding the long end of the stick thanks to our sheer numbers.

Negatory on that one good buddy. You’re assuming we’re all one like minded people. The majority, sadly, are fuckwits. One of the most obvious realisations I’ve had over the last 2 and a half years is that simple fact. I used to think they were the minority, but I was wrong, the only stick they’re holding is a selfie stick.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jul 2, 2022 5:42 PM

The only stick they’re holding is a selfie stick. LOL. So true.

And yes, the last two years have been a real awakening, haven’t they? I still find myself in shock some days, even after watching the idiocy the last two years. I suppose that’s a defense mechanism on my part, a tiny bit of refusal to believe people really are that dumb? Willfully dumb, it isn’t mere ignorance anymore, it is willful, a blatant refusal to look at the oncoming train. But hey, the light from that oncoming train is so perfect to catch that most awesome selfie…

Cleggy
Cleggy
Jul 2, 2022 4:55 PM
Reply to  Jacques

What I take from you and that other entity Willem trying to disparage this site once again is that they must be once again treading on especially sensitive ground.

I am prepared to hazard a guess that it has to do with not drinking the Ukraine Koolaid.

Your complaints are so generic and so clearly aimed at playing on people’s sense of anxiety and paranoia.

Why don’t you both just fuck off. You are quite obviously both paid to do this crap and you both should be banned. If I was running the place you would be

Jacques
Jacques
Jul 2, 2022 6:36 PM
Reply to  Cleggy

You’re an idiot par excellence, it would be hard to imagine someone more stupid than you.

You should be forever grateful for somebody who disagrees with you, offers a different point of view, a opposite opinion. Debating with a person like that will sharpen you mind, will force you to defend your own standpoints, and possible allow you to discover that whatever opinions you harbor are wrong.

People who agree with you and bray the same shit as you will do nothing for you, apart from giving your chickenshit group-think self a sense of security.

Get a life …

Viridis
Viridis
Jul 2, 2022 10:49 PM
Reply to  Cleggy

LOL… these comment sections are paranoia central.

Reachable Spike
Reachable Spike
Jul 1, 2022 6:50 PM

This is excessive. I refuse to be made paranoid. Cautious, yes, but if you’re intimidated into not speaking your mind then what’s the point?

I don’t know who these people are. Since they are being published here they were probably vetted and probably mean well. But I am not going to take what they say too much to heart.

Jacques
Jacques
Jul 1, 2022 7:18 PM

My thoughts exactly.

This is defeatist scaremongering at its best. Fuck that. People need positive messages, suggestions, solutions, things to look forward to, things they can do.

Junious Ricardo Stanton
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Jul 1, 2022 6:46 PM

The New World Order is upon us. The Deep State’s overreach is expanding daily. The COVID scam made it easier for the fascist technocrats to usher in the NWO aka the Great Reset in the name of health, safety and security. The people are being made poorer by the oligarchs and their policies which are imploding the global economies as we speak. The “You will own nothing and be happy” trial balloon video the Davos crowd floated a few months ago seems to have fallen on deaf ears and blank minds. Sadly the masses are too comatose, terrorized and traumatized by the deep state’s mind control apparatus to realize what is happening to us.
The very deliberate allowance of rampant crime will make it easier for them to take people’s guns and further lock us down; notice there is no pushback from the ACLU which sold us out a long time ago.
Monkey Pox and the “Omicron variants” will be used to force more kill shots on people even babies and their eugenic depopulation agenda will be another step closer to reality. AI, robotics and massive surveillance of our homes and person using our own Trojan Horse devices will help them keep those of us who survive under watchful eyes. It’s sad to see how gullible the American people have become.

Mike
Mike
Jul 1, 2022 6:42 PM

The police have been jabbed. Dr Rima Laibow is saying a cure needs to be devloped. If that is the case then the police are not going to be helped by loyalty to the crime syndicate. These will just jab them even more. They are going to need help from the emerging civilization. The crime syndicate have shown their hand and come up with nothing. We on the other hand hold all the aces. Police, military, drs, teachers. You name it have nothing to lose and everything to gain by getting off the sinking ship.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jul 2, 2022 1:24 AM
Reply to  Mike

Can you detox from man-made nano components that are wreaking havoc in the jabbed?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 10:30 AM
Reply to  Mike

The pigs probably got placebos.

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2022 6:06 PM

Reversal of the burden of proof has been the central prop of the encroaching fascist state since 9/11 which was an excellent demonstration of the prop i.e. the official account was presupposed and the “alternative” accounts were charged with supplying proof. Thus e.g. when you couldn’t prove that the twin towers were brought down by controlled demolition – because the materials had been conveniently cleared away – then THAT lack of proof was taken to be proof of the opposite i.e. proof that the twin towers were NOT brought down by controlled demolition.

But the innermost essence of the tactic is the accusations of sexual assault from incidents that allegedly happened decades ago, these accusations being unquestioningly cycled by the media without trial. And when the trial comes it is irrelevant because the media has already imprinted its tale on every mind. This is the dream of the rulers i.e. that the completely reckless and conscienceless media determine the truth without censure and without limitation.

-CO
-CO
Jul 1, 2022 7:32 PM
Reply to  George Mc

It’s not the past we need to worry about George.

The question we must ask ourselves again at this juncture, is it now already too late to prevent the onward march to total global domination by the dark forces that are now making further advances toward their ultimate control of the planet – including its resources and whatever will remain of its current slave population? 

I have stated several times in the past, that unless the majority of people on the planet CHANGE their ways (and I can’t see that happening at the moment) and become effectively ORGANIZED etc then they will be absolutely overwhelmed by what’s to come. Things are now happening at an accelerating pace, but there are still people wearing masks, and others are burying their heads in the sand!

Karma in the form of Weimar inflation is also on its way, so get your wheelbarrow of fiat cash ready in order to purchase your daily bread. That is of course, if a noisy WWIII doesn’t intervene and disrupt the progress of the ongoing quiet war I referred to many posts ago. Do you agree or not?

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 2, 2022 9:17 AM
Reply to  -CO

Sure I agree – but it doesn’t do any harm to point out the tactics of the rulers. Demonisation follows the pattern of uncritically bellowing out accusations with no proof. And the more people there are who see through that the better.

-CO
-CO
Jul 2, 2022 10:37 AM
Reply to  George Mc

I also agree with what you have stated George. But surely, enough has been posted by now on the “tactics of the rulers” along with proof of same. My point is, if people in general do not change and become effectively organized at different levels, remain complacent and fail to develop strategies to resist and defeat the despicable tactics of the so-called “rulers”, then its ‘goodnight Vienna’ for us all.

I get the impression that we are being laughed at, because the “rulers” know full well that its just all flatus vocis and people will continue to take in the all crap that they are being indoctrinated with via the MSM and other ideological apparatuses! They will continue to do nothing until the SHTF then what?

Mike Ellwood (Oxon, UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon, UK)
Jul 2, 2022 2:05 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I’ve thought of the USA as a police state since The Patriot Act and its siblings. But I now think it was one for a long time before that.

The UK is not far behind, although it is slightly less obvious because of fewer armed police and because in some areas they still go around in comedy hats.

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Jul 1, 2022 5:47 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2022-06-29. Have own cells make foreign proteins = autoimmunological myocardial damage. NO IMMUNE SYSTEM LEFT (blog, gab, tweet).

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2022 4:39 PM

Gotta luv the Danish Prime Minister’s ‘apology’ for making the mink farmers destroy ALL their livestock, “because of the risk of their transmitting covid19″…

A text-book example of an apology which isn’t an apology at all:
“I apologize for the measures that were taken – I can’t imagine what it must have been like for you to lose your livelihood overnight, just like that – Er… but we had to do it…”

Translation:
“Despite being Prime Minister, I authorized those measures in obedience to beings higher up the ladder than myself.
“I can’t imagine what it must have been like for you, because my imagination – fortunately for me – doesn’t extend that far.
“Some guy who works for a newspaper said we had to do it, because it makes for a dramatic story, and, er… anyway… er… tough titty.”

martin
martin
Jul 1, 2022 4:01 PM

Today I was stopped for a random Breath Test, nothing unusual except for the number of police and police cars, and busses, so over done, I found my attitude changed to one of suspicion. What’s it for, intimidation? Data? seemed friendly. I forgot it was Friday arvo…thought those days were long gone when you knocked off early, drank the beer in the fridge at work and drove home…

Grafter
Grafter
Jul 1, 2022 3:56 PM

More propaganda from the Telegraph…”Covid cases surge by more than 30pc in a week across UK urticaria. Around 2.3 million people in the UK now have Covid, up by more than half a million, or around 32 per cent, from the previous week.”

Are you frightened yet ?

DavidF
DavidF
Jul 1, 2022 4:01 PM
Reply to  Grafter

It’s festival/concert season so events like Glastonbury are super-spreader events. But whatever it is, it is simply not as virulent as it once was.
Stop testing and there is nothing to write about.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2022 4:42 PM
Reply to  Grafter

Nope.
Everybody I know who had ‘flu a couple of months ago – including my wife and myself – has recovered quickly and is enjoying the summer.

Zane
Zane
Jul 2, 2022 6:38 AM
Reply to  Grafter

They are still testing people for ” Covid “? Are they nuts?

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2022 1:26 PM
Reply to  Zane

Yes. The testers and the tested are both nuts.

Ort
Ort
Jul 2, 2022 10:11 PM
Reply to  Zane

Well, yes, they are nuts.

But I never get tired of mentioning that reports of the terminal decline, if not death, of the Famous Original Megadeath Virus of Doom Scamdemic, popularly referred to as the “COVID Pandemic”, are exaggerated.

I’ve even noticed an uptick in COVIDganda in recent weeks; here’s a June 30th clipping from the aptly-named Yahoo site:

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Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 10:37 AM
Reply to  Grafter

I am frightened not of convid which doesn’t exist, but of the sinister world government that could well return to lockdowns, poison prick impositions, muzzles and all the rest of that wrteched dysopian crap.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jul 1, 2022 3:48 PM

…Totalitarianism 101:…

…- All Totalitarian societies that have sprung into being, *Always And Everywhere*, were/are the *Natural Apotheosis/Culmination* of Kakisto-Kleptocracy – ie: ‘Rule by Perps’…

…- It is entirely in the nature of their fundamental psychopathology for Elite Perps to:

  1. *Always* Lie…
  2. *Always* Double Down…
  3. (Most Importantly) *Always* *PROJECT*…

…Furthermore, an inherent instrumental laziness of approach to their perpery is also a fundament part of their nature, so that they prefer a ‘Safari Preserve’ in which their chosen prey pool is disarmed and pacified, and thus rendered incapable of defense against their predations, rather than having to go to all the effort, trouble and *Attendant Risk* of hunting them in the wild, on the open savannah so to speak…

…Hence it is *Entirely Natural* that any such Perp Elite will, in the fullness of time and under colour of (corrupted) law, *Necessarily Criminalize* it’s prey-pool citizenry, and thus *Inevitably* transform the state of the society in question into that of a Totalistic Penitentiary – ie: an open-air gulag, peopled by an always-already convict population…

…- Takeaway: – Our ‘rulers’ are *Perps* – no more, no less – *Always Have Been*, *Always Will Be*…

-CO
-CO
Jul 1, 2022 3:22 PM
mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2022 7:56 AM
Reply to  -CO

It is insider trading: pump and dump.

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jul 1, 2022 3:22 PM
El Zafio
El Zafio
Jul 1, 2022 3:28 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

ZH is compromised. I (politely) post mostly about the non-existence of a virus, and the post take-down rate is 100%.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 2, 2022 5:17 PM
Reply to  El Zafio

Zero Hedge was fully complicit in hyping up the scamdemic. For example:

https://web.archive.org/web/20200301233119/https://www.zerohedge.com/

Italian Death Toll Surges To 34 As Confirmed Cases Jump 42% Overnight; Six Suspected Cases Isolated In NYC: Virus Updates
Italy now has the third-highest coronavirus death toll, after China and Iran…
MAR 1, 2020 2:58 PM

Coronageddon: Can A “Minsky Moment” Be Avoided?
So, how does this end?
MAR 1, 2020 6:05 PM

Coronavirus Has Reached ‘Community Spread’ Within United States: Dr. Anthony Fauci
“Sooner or later there are going to be cases in your country that you can’t directly trace to anyone.”
MAR 1, 2020 3:10 PM

At Stores Across The Country, The Panic Coronavirus Hoarding Begins
MAR 1, 2020 2:45 PM

Coronavirus Was Spreading In Washington State For 6 Weeks, Infecting Up To 1,500, Study Finds
“I believe we’re facing an already substantial outbreak in Washington State that was not detected until now due to narrow case definition requiring direct travel to China.”
MAR 1, 2020 2:20 PM

https://web.archive.org/web/20200301224109/https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/we-dont-know-where-will-go-us-australia-thailand-report-1st-coronavirus-deaths-new
Italian Death Toll Surges To 34 As Confirmed Cases Jump 42% Overnight; Six Suspected Cases Isolated In NYC: Virus Updates
by Tyler Durden
Sun, 03/01/2020 – 14:58
Summary:
 – Rhode island announces “presumptive” case; patient recently visited Italy
 – Italy reports 42% jump in cases overnight to nearly 1,700
 – France reports 30 new cases, bringing total to 130
 – Czech Republic, Dominican Republic report first cases
 – Chinese health officials report first ‘double lung’ transplant connected to virus case
 – Iraq, Bahrain confirm 6 new cases; Lebanon confirms 3
 – 6 being tested in NYC for coronavirus
 – South Korea confirms 18th death, officials seek murder charges for founder of church at epicenter of outbreak
 – American Physical Society cancels major scientific conference
 – Juventus quarantines U23 squad
 – Iran death toll hits 54 as Trump offers aid
 – Thailand, Australia report first deaths
 – Spain case count hits 73; France hits 100
 – Independent scientist says it could have been spreading in WA for six weeks, with hundreds infected
 – Italian cases number more than 1,100; South Korea reports more than 3,700
 – Italian death toll hits 29
 – Luxembourg reports first cases, says it’s linked to Italy
 – UK cases rise to 35 as 12 new cases confirmed; 2 cases infected inside UK
 – UK health secretary says China-style lockdowns “an option”

On, and on, and on, and on, it went!

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jul 1, 2022 4:24 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

…He’s more-or-less on point… – I’m currently leafing through the RUSI report he cited and it makes for *Very Interesting* reading (in the Chinese proverbial sense), to say the least:…

https://rusi.org/explore-our-research/publications/commentary/return-industrial-warfare

…- In Other News: – Lagarde and the ECB, and by extension the EU economically, are indeed *Toast* (- ECB to engage in futile game of ‘Whack-A-Mole’ with EU member-.gov bond spreads as, first, peripheral states then, shortly thereafter everyone else, enters default):…

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/avoid-crash-ecb-will-buy-italian-greek-bonds-using-proceeds-german-french-bonds

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jul 1, 2022 4:38 PM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

I don’t know if his war analysis is right (or who’s his source) but the he’s right about the financial war of attrition – the loser is western Europe.

More importantly he sees the German Greens as effectively today’s Nazi party. An alarmist proposition until you look into it. Environmentalism once again as the shield for aggrandizement – financed, as was the Third Reich, by the Rockefellers.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jul 2, 2022 12:46 AM
Reply to  moneycircus

…re: Greens:… – cf: Niven and Pournelle’s ‘Footfall’

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 1, 2022 10:32 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

Tom Luongo:

While sanctions may have limited Russia’s ability to procure or maintain a large arsenal of its highest technology tanks and/or airplanes, again as Dexter has pointed out, it may not be relevant here because this isn’t a war of bleeding edge technology. It’s a WWI style artillery war, which we are not prepared to fight.

How wrong is it possible to get? No, it is NOT a “WWI style artillery war”. For a start, they now have GPS guided shells and rockets; reconnaissance drones; anti-tank loitering drones; and real-time, satellite communications. In a large part, it is a modern, stay-behind strategy; and over the last few years, Ukrainian special forces has been well trained and equipped. The strategy was outlined by Zbiegnew Brzezinski in 2014; and it appears to have been put into full effect.

https://libertarianinstitute.org/articles/brzezinskis-proxy-war-playbook/
Brzezinski’s Proxy War Playbook
by Patrick Macfarlane
Jun 22, 2022

Zbiegnew Brzezinski (July 2014):

If Ukraine has to be supported so that it does resist, the Ukrainians have to know the West is prepared to help them resist. And there’s no reason to be secretive about it. It would be much better to be open about it and to say to the Ukrainians and to those who may threaten Ukraine that if Ukrainians resist, they will have weapons. And we’ll provide some of those weapons in advance of the very act of invasion. Because in the absence of that, the temptation to invade and to preempt may become overwhelming. But what kind of weapons is important. And in my view, they should be weapons designed particularly to permit the Ukrainians to engage in effective urban warfare of resistance.

Another major part of the strategy has been to use of Bayraktar TB-2 drones

Denys Davydov
May 5, 2022

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 2, 2022 3:52 PM

Five articles in succession.

https://southfront.org/category/all-articles/world/europe/ukraine

01.07.2022: U.S. Reveals Weapon Supplies to Ukraine. Creates Special Agency
01.07.2022: Overview of U.S. Military Supplies to Ukraine
02.07.2022: Hundreds of Ukrainian Troops Receive Weapons Training in Britain
02.07.2022: German PzH-2000 in Action with Ukrainian Forces in Donbass
02.07.2022: U.S. Announces New Military Aid Package to Ukraine with Advanced Air-Defense Systems

https://southfront.org/us-announces-new-military-aid-package-to-ukraine-with-advanced-air-defense-systems

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 2, 2022 4:04 PM

New Tech vs Old Tech

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M982_Excalibur
The M982 Excalibur (previously XM982) is a 155 mm extended range guided artillery shell . . . Excalibur was developed as a longer-ranged alternative to conventional artillery shells, with GPS guidance for improved accuracy.[11] Excalibur has a range of approximately 40 to 57 kilometers (25 to 35 mi) depending on configuration, with a circular error probable (CEP) of 4 m.[12][13][14][15][16][17] The extended range is achieved through the use of folding glide fins, which allow the projectile to glide from the top of a ballistic arc towards the target.

It’s likely that drone-assisted, precision guided artillery . . .

FUNKER530 – Veteran Community & Combat Footage
Ukrainians Destroy Russia’s Largest Mortar System Tyulpan (FNN 36)
May 24, 2022
Footage from Rubizhne in Eastern Ukraine shows the targeting and destruction of the 2S4 Tyulpan 240mm Mortar. FNN Host @RonnieFit breaks down some context after the footage.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 3, 2022 12:15 AM

There has been a number of big explosions of Russian ammo dumps. The following happened within the last few days.

https://www.newsweek.com/russia-ukraine-popasna-arms-depot-missile-strike-blast-1721239
Jul 2, 2022

Massive explosion of Russian ammo depot near Popasna
Jul 2, 2022
UAlens

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jul 3, 2022 3:37 PM

Even Zerohedge has to report some reality every so often; though the bot-driven upvoting is heavily pro-Putin.

https://www.zerohedge.com/military/ukraine-successfully-hitting-russian-command-posts-new-rocket-system-pentagon
Ukraine Successfully Hitting Russian Command Posts With New Rocket System: Pentagon
JUL 02, 2022
A little over a week ago Ukraine’s military began showing off it newly acquired long-rage rocket systems from the US by uploading videos of launches against Russian forces. . . . Already, Ukraine’s forces and their American backers are touting that they’ve been able to target and strike Russian command centers with the HIMARS, which are well past the front lines. . . . The HIMARS being provided to the Ukrainians are estimated to be able to hit targets about 40 to 50 miles away . . .

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M142_HIMARS
The M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) is a light multiple rocket launcher developed in the late 1990s for the United States Army, mounted on a standard Army M1140 truck frame.
The M142 carries one pod with either six GMLRS rockets, or two PrSM missiles, or one ATACMS missile on the U.S. Army’s new Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) five-ton truck and can launch the entire Multiple Launch Rocket System Family of Munitions (MFOM). M142 ammunition pods are interchangeable with the M270; however, it is only able to carry one pod rather than the standard two for the M270 and its variants.

FUNKER530 – Veteran Community & Combat Footage
Jun 3, 2022
HIMARS can change EVERYTHING in Ukraine (FNN 37)
In a $700 Million aid package to #Ukraine, it was announced that 4 #HIMARS will be provided. HIMARS has the potential to drastically change the battlespace in Ukraine’s favor, but why? We break down a few reasons for you on why, if it’s used correctly, #Russia will have a hard time countering the HIMARS.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 6:48 AM
Reply to  moneycircus

Moneycircus,
I note that EVERY point made by Tom on 6/30 was made by Tony Cartalucci on 6/25 and more briefly. Tom is even delayed describing the state of the battle, as compared to Cartalucci. They both site RUSI as an authority, and site the unreadiness of the West’s military industry, etc.
https://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2022/06/video-russian-ops-in-ukraine-for-june.html

At the last Tom mentions his surprise over a single sentence hinting at a Bricks reserve currency. This was announced by the Russian press on approx the 20th & picked up by Globalresearch on June 23d.

Perhaps of equal interest– In midst of this China deposits reserve currency with. . . the BIS!!  Not exactly an anti-establishment or anti-Western move.  

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2022 8:03 AM
Reply to  Penelope

CGTN, the official China TV, is largely uncommitted. It broadcasts many guests, and even its own anchors and reporters, using the pro-West rhetoric.

Howard
Howard
Jul 1, 2022 3:17 PM

Here in the US, every single thing Mr Whitehead lists is perfectly okay with the majority of American citizens – just so long as it’s only visited upon those “others” in the ghetto who are intrinsically bad or else they wouldn’t be in a ghetto in the first place.

“Justice” (as if there can be such a thing as justice where there are Laws) is generally seen as dependent on who and where you are – not on what you do. Doing something “bad” merely convinces the good citizens that they were right in assuming you would always turn “bad” because you are “other” than them and live someplace they would never choose to live.

The good citizens, you see, were born – not with a silver spoon in their mouths but wearing boot straps.

Fugazi Shoe-gazy
Fugazi Shoe-gazy
Jul 1, 2022 5:12 PM
Reply to  Howard

Yep 100% – I’m in New England and the casual dismissal of the entire South and Midwest as retarded backwoods racist homophobic Travis Bickle types is astounding. I’ve heard people talk about wiping the entire country that isn’t the NE and West coast off the map in a not so tongue in cheek manner. Meanwhile SOME of the folks in the south and Midwest are just as sure the “welfare queen” stereotype is what’s ruining the country. If it wasn’t so sad I’d marvel at how expertly they’ve deployed the good ole’ divide and conquer. Either side of this false dialectic would be none too pleased to discover that the PTB think ALL of them are fools to be manipulated and they’re not wrong at this point.

Freecus
Freecus
Jul 1, 2022 2:04 PM

Whitehead’s webpage states that he is a constitutional attorney, surely that qualifies as an oxymoron. BAR attorneys deal strictly in the commercial ‘legal’ jurisdiction, not the ‘lawful’ jurisdiction of living ‘Man and Woman’ whose Natural rights the Constitution was written to protect.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jul 1, 2022 3:43 PM
Reply to  Freecus

Hello Freecus: Correct. BAR attorneys belong to the same club as Barristers. When a defendant is asked to approach the Bench, and complies, all civil rights evaporate. Crossing over to the “courts” jurisdiction is an admission of mental incompetence concerning one’s ability to represent themselves in a court of law.

Thus an “esquire” (representative) is supplied to blow smoke toward the smokescreens of justice. > Another opinion. >

Excerpted from: CPS – CROWN TEMPLE B.A.R. CRIMES | The Liberty Beacon
By: David-William
March 27, 2016

“CPS is essentially under the “courts” because those are not judicial courts. They’re Executive/Administrative military tribunals. UNITED STATES is owned outright by the Crown-Vatican-Swiss banking conglomerate or cabal. U.S. is operating in bankruptcy and anyone using their elastic currency is under the Federal Reserve Act or 1913. The Crown Temple B.A.R. is based in CITY OF LONDON, not to be confused with London, and it’s owned by the Vatican, run by the Jesuits, just as FEDERAL RESERVE is. U.S. a bankrupt, foreign, private corporation established in 1871 on the District of Columbia, now also known as STATE OF NEW COLUMBIA.”

“U.S. is bankrupt, in a state of banking emergency, and still under the Lieber Code from the days of the War of Federal Aggression, a.k.a. the Civil War. It was not a civil war. The Southern States walked out in 1861 because B.A.R. Attorney Lincoln was sticking the Crown down everyone’s throat. Almost everything people are taught in school is absolute nonsense.” [End quote]

Most civilians have no idea that the hoax of citizenship was set up over 150 years ago, and that it was “honest” Abe Lincoln that threw nearly all civilian freedoms under the bus.

Complete text: https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/60609-2/

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 9:53 AM

The FED was established in 1913 by Paul Warburg.

Howard
Howard
Jul 2, 2022 3:34 AM
Reply to  Freecus

“Natural Rights” can be taken by someone bigger, meaner and more aggressive. So people decided to get Laws to keep that from happening. What they didn’t count on was these Laws being made and enforced by someone bigger, meaner and more aggressive.

Back to square one.

Bored now
Bored now
Jul 1, 2022 1:49 PM

yeah, sure but all those things are, to quote Mr Burns “a small price to pay to live in the land of the free” 👀

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2022 12:52 PM

http://www.elliswashingtonreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Jason-Gould-quote.jpg

“Soon there will be need for even that when everyone has been injected from birth or genetically engineered (modified) with a Billy Eugenics shutdown cull switch.”

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“Would not want any troublemaker untermenschen useless eater slackers being a drain on the books. Talk about corporate fascist efficiency.”

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jul 1, 2022 4:25 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

Schweinehund. Classic of the genre.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 1, 2022 12:48 PM

And at the same time you have ‘Defund the Police’ campaigns backed by the big corporations and police not intervening in a school shooting because they might get hurt….

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2022 1:31 PM
Reply to  Edwige

“That was just for show. Just as the Nonsurrection was for show. To project the illusion of choice when in fact there is no choice, just owners and owned”

“They corporate fascists need the gestapo and the security repression/oppression apparatus to keep the populous under control.”

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 1, 2022 3:30 PM
Reply to  Edwige

That wasn’t a shooting. It was another drill-exercise.

The defund the police scheme was to create race wars and incite violence and riots. Divide and conquer; straight out of Tavistock.

The media are always trying to present America as more dangerous and crime ridden than it actually is, to the rest of the FiveEyes populations and even to the general public in the US. It’s part of the psyop. To make people view police as essential, instead of what they really are, which is armed, privately controlled thugs (mostly all Freemasons) of the unlawful, privately owned, incorporated governments.

Nearly everything in the news is a hoax or a psyop. Helter Skelter wasn’t real. And neither were any of the assassinations, alleged serial killers or even the OJ Simpson case. They were fabricated and then publicized to pass an amendment to the 1968 crime omnibus bill (3355 in 1994) that made imprisoning the population profitable.

It’s all just a racketeering scheme.

Once you study the background of how central banks use ALL CAPS names on bonded, traded, insured birth certificates to not only fund all the money printing, but also fund the entirety of the prison industrial complex, “administrations”, courts and agencies, the pieces of the puzzle fall together: It’s a racket. Just like the global fake war racket, fake terror racket, and fake pandemic racket. Everything the government runs or controls is a racketeering scheme.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 1, 2022 5:59 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You have to move on to “Why?”, because, thermodynamically it doesn’t make sense (from a uniformitarian perspective) .

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 1, 2022 7:33 PM

Or why not? By controlling the population they maintain power. “The will to power” is an end in itself. Losing control of the populations means that group, specifically, losing everything: Their status. Their power. Their wealth. Their control. Their lives.

Whatever they tell their cult may be as much of a psyop as the hoaxes they invent for “the profane”. The misery they inflict isn’t necessary. Therefore there’s no altruism involved. It’s just a very old, sadistic cult.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 1, 2022 11:17 PM
Reply to  Researcher

They have control. They maintain control. They harness and exploit.

Power, wealth, status, misery are not ends to them, but epiphenomena.

This is a multi-generational mission. The motivation is way beyond personal gratification, or even a petty interest in bloodline perpetuation.

Those that write them off as sadists, evil demons, or insane lunatics simply lack the ability to grasp the scale of the mission.

When that scale is apprehended, what is being done no longer appears insane or thermodynamically nonsensical.

Captain Birdheart
Captain Birdheart
Jul 2, 2022 12:01 AM

Yes, okay. Been reading your comments.The PTB are saving the aware folk.
What, then are your views that we are on a spinning ball ?

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 2, 2022 9:10 AM

TPTB are biasing conditions to favour the survival of the fittest, most sapient, and the reverse (disfavoring the opposite). They are also deliberatey spurring the percipient into becoming perspicacious, i.e. ‘waking them up’. However, they necessarily deal in the ‘large’. Individuals are on their own.

Yes, Earth is a spinning spheroid in orbit around The Sun.

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 2, 2022 12:22 AM

Maybe that’s what they tell you and each other, but you’re not going to know if you’re being played or not: Unless and until it actually happens.

Even then, it’s still no excuse. There’s no need to wreak so much havoc and misery on humanity for untold centuries just so they can promote ONLY their own and remain in charge after catastrophic astronomical events because they have some inflated sense of worth above the rest of humanity. That’s sociopathic.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 2, 2022 9:20 AM
Reply to  Researcher

It is impossible to fake globally pervasive geological strata – unless you subscribe to the ‘simulation hypothesis’. Ipso facto, I am not being played.

It will seem as if they are only concerned with themselves, and no doubt that they consider themselves necessarily superior. However, if they were concerned with themselves to a fault, they’d condemn themselves to extinction in a very short time. Therefore, even if in self interest, their greatest concern must be for h sapiens and the perpetuation of its technological advancement.

Hence The Great Reset and Building Back Better in the NWO thereafter.

It is tricky to preserve the sapient without triggering WWZ. Hence the Great Winnowing, i.e. Covid, etc.

LuciusLicinius
LuciusLicinius
Jul 2, 2022 10:23 AM

You believe that good can be done through immense evil and support this idea. Ipso facto, you are not only being played, you also show yourself as having psychopathic traits. All your ideas emit a high dose of psychopathy.

Did you study the geological strata yourself? Cataclysms every 12000 years? Happening for 10-20 hours? How large are the sediment strata for those 10-20 hours? How do you know empirically that they were formed after a cataclysm that lasted that long? I bet you didn’t raise a shovel in your entire life and haven’t seen any of that evidence first hand. As we know for a fact that medical science, climate science and so on are corrupted beyond belief what makes you think geological science isn’t? Are you a geologist? What do you actually do for a living? Fox hunting and financial investing? Are the oxbridge “elites” worshiping satan or not?

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 2, 2022 1:58 PM
Reply to  LuciusLicinius

If you put your shill playbook down (cease your ad hominem – it is irrelevant whether i am a saint or evil incarnate), i will address your salient points.

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 2, 2022 4:21 PM

It doesn’t matter whether the event is real or not, the timeline can be faked in order to achieve a specific objective (panopticon, robotic workforce) the severity can be exaggerated, and the excuses can be faked to justify (not that there’s any real justification) the annihilation of the majority of humanity, when it’s really for other purposes.

As I stated, the cruelty, trauma, dishonesty and the misery inflicted is completely unnecessary and perverse. The “people” involved in vaccination for instance are complete psychopaths. Destroying babies brains and bodies is unconscionable. There’s no excuse. None.

Psychopaths have no empathy because that part of the brain is destroyed during childhood from their upbringing within “the order”, justified using the false sense of superiority, being told they are “special” and the owners of other humans. That’s fraud, an outright lie they tell themselves and it’s sociopathic and delusional.

The “cattle” don’t need to be managed and herded. Somewhere in history, this psychopathic cult that rules only through fear, violence, intimidation, deception and fraud, NOT love, respect or honesty, started believing their own lies.

And therein, is the danger of cults. It doesn’t actually matter which humans survive any catastrophic events. It only matters to them because they could lose their own power.

And there’s no real technological advancement, based on what I’ve researched. If you understood chemistry you’d know they have not been good stewards of the earth, humanity or nature.

Everything they create is based on destruction because they are fulfilling an agenda; an agenda that’s based on fraud, misery, trauma, death and deceit. They can’t create positivity out of destruction. Having the correct intention matters.

There are forever chemicals within the environment poisoning the water tables from fracking. Tainting the glaciers from the geoengineering. People can’t even collect rainwater now because it’s so polluted. Birds are falling out of the sky from HAARP and 5G. Bee colonies are dying from insecticides and 5g. The use of GMOS will ruin the entire food chain. We are within a closed eco-system. Your astronomical model is incorrect. Certain chemicals can’t be cleaned up and they don’t degrade. And I’m not referring to the fake nuclear psyop.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

The “priests” at the top of the pyramid don’t have the intellect, empathy or morality to understand the consequences of what their underlings are doing, simply to make more money, from the plastics, energy, tech or petrochemical industry.

The inventions (what you’d consider an advancement) are only created to forward THEIR agendas. And when the inventions can’t keep up with the agenda, or don’t work, they bail.

Really, this cult is beyond contempt. They don’t know how to tell the truth, even to themselves. So don’t assume that you are ever going to get the whole truth. It’s lies all the way up, even past the 33rd degree.

Cults, religions, organizations, governments, corporations all use the same silo technique: Where everyone only has compartmentalized information, everybody is replaceable and nobody has the full picture or understanding.

Perhaps they tell each other that it’s all for humanities’ benefit but it’s not. It’s for personal gain, self aggrandizement and continuance of their lineage. The CON is that it’s for humanities’ benefit, but you have been played.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 2, 2022 5:27 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Psychopaths are useful in that they’ll carry out orders without compunction, but they must also be controlled, and they likely need more severe control than non-psychopaths. As you say, “rules only through fear, violence, intimidation, deception and fraud, NOT love, respect or honesty”.

Like visiting an abattoir or autopsy theatre, it is certainly not pleasant peering into the abyss, however, only there lies further understanding.
To flee in despair is unsurprising, but it will leave you with an imperfect/incomplete understanding.

There are non-fakeable means of determining at what point we are in the Great Year, i.e. other than the Gregorian calendar. And also, how close we are to either of the two critical junctures, but not with a precision greater than ‘within the next few decades’. One can see the cane being bent, and hear it creaking, but one doesn’t know when it’s going to snap. For greater precision one must be high up in NASA/ESA with access to data from a swarm of probes in upper Earth orbit (or beyond).

That which gives rise to the Great Year involves a deception as big as the atomic chain reaction, and that what is thereby hidden is so secret, is a clue that it isn’t a psyop.

LuciusLicinius
LuciusLicinius
Jul 2, 2022 6:30 PM

NASA upper earth orbit probes… I assume not the iss which still displays “gravity pockets” and doesn’t seem to be high enough to collect any useful data. Or is the iss for real?

Clearly based on the above post you are a psychopath and my so called ad hominem won’t stop. Calling a psychopath a psychopath is not ad hominem. It’s a free diagnostic for a real disease. You should be grateful. Patronising others works both ways, my psycho friend…

You actually don’t have to answer any of my questions. They are retorical. All I ask from you is to deny or confirm that the oxbridge elites are not worshiping satan. Do that. Without lying and gaslighting for once.

-CO
-CO
Jul 2, 2022 2:27 PM

The whys and the wherefores have been more than adequately covered on this forum Xavier. The problem remains as what can be done about the racketeering, outright fraud and deception perpetrated by the dark forces on the world population. Also, what strategy will possibly work and what will not work, either practically, legally, lawfully and peacefully, and the possible consequences for the global population at large if that particular option is not viable or fails. However, I think most people who post here already know too well the answer to that question – its been repeated often enough.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 4, 2022 9:31 AM
Reply to  -CO

There is a symbiotic relationship between the population and the PTB that have nurtured, directed and harnessed it.
 
You may as well ask how to remove the brain, spinal cord and network of nerves from a body.
 
Because you don’t understand its purpose, and perceive it as a parasite extracting nutrients from the body, you assume that its removal would leave the body healthier.
 
Firstly, it cannot be done. Secondly, we are at the beginning of a metamorphosis, where the body of humanity must become extremely lean and compact in order to survive through a brief hibernation. It may well be traumatic to witness, and so antipathy towards TPTB will increase accordingly (which they fully expect).
 
If you think ‘it can be done‘, beware that any group of insurrectionists that form into a large enough mass to become noticeable to TPTB will demonstrate their lack of understanding, and be liquidated.
 
So, as I have pointed out before, the individual’s options are:
 

  • 0) Capitulate: Koolaid
  • 1) Flee: Wilderness
  • 2) Remain: Internment (wheat in barn)

 
There is no ‘3) Fight’ option, as this is equivalent to the zero option.

-CO
-CO
Jul 4, 2022 11:19 PM

Yes Xavier it can be done with effective organization, effective strategy and widespread support using the common law courts and the appointment of peace officers backed by the peoples court, at the level and support of local communities.

In any case, removing the parasite as you put it,is not a viable option as it does not necessarily make a social body healthier unless the next lot of would be parasites and functionaries are prevented by the people from taking office and exercising their tyrannical control.

Violent insurrections will be smashed as you correctly point out, fleeing into the wilderness won’t work because it doesn’t solve the problem, and neither does simply remaining to possibly be a victim of internment. However, by doing nothing you are giving assent and legitimacy to the perpetrators of the massive fraud and deception and an ongoing series of oppressive measures that are still currently being imposed upon us in a bid to gain total control.

Surely its better to try and fail rather than do nothing at all and then regret it after the oppressive changes have been allowed to take place by those who acquiesce to the adverse circumstances and problems that are now upon us that we must all face.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 5, 2022 10:00 AM
Reply to  -CO

TPTB have been with mankind for thousands of years, with a secret purpose or ‘Great Mission’ that is now coming to fruition.
 
Certainly, there have been massive frauds and deceptions (sometimes staggeringly so), but then they’d argue such a modus operandi was indispensable.
 
You should at least consider their recent actions in awakening the percipient, spurring them into perspicacity – primarily in order to favour their survival prospects – in these times, that they will make ever more arduous.
 
Legitimacy doesn’t come into it. It’s a matter of absolute necessity.
 
It is better to devote your efforts to discovering what such a necessity could be, than to foment resistance against that which you do not yet understand.
 
Covid should have demonstrated to you how impotent the few awakened are against the somnolent masses, let alone TPTB that control them. Controlled-opposition organisations were created precisely to suck up and control any opposition. And plenty of other techniques were used to ‘support the narrative’. And Covid19 was just the overture…
 
As terrible as TPTB are (200,000 innocents exterminated in Dresden simply to test one of their deceptions), there is no argument available against their actions. They do not operate in the interests of the inhabitants except where this is aligned with the interests of mankind.
 
That’s why the individual has only two options with any prospect of survival.
If you’re sufficiently perspicacious, not only do you not drink the Koolaid, but you recognise that to consider attacking TPTB is to consider pissing on the live rail.
 
All I can say is that if you still think option 3 has greater than zero prospects, you’ve got more research to do.

-CO
-CO
Jul 5, 2022 11:46 AM

It is fairly clear that you are advocating that we should all do next to NOTHING at all at a local level or national level to defend ourselves against the strategy of the dark forces that is now unfolding for global domination and all that goes with it via the so-called Great Reset – the 4th Industrial Revolution or whatever you wish to call it.
 
I have suggested one option in a bid to resist some aspects of that at least. At first, within local communities then hopefully within nations by introducing and reinstating the force of the common law and peace officers to enforce the court rulings of the people where individuals who commit crimes against the people can be brought to justice. That’s why it’s important for more people to join the common law court which is now international but more numbers are required to support it.
 
I do not consider this option as “pissing on the live rail” as you put it, it could work if more people become involved as I have repeated many times.  
 
It’s not just a question of ‘survival’ here, for who wants to survive in a totalitarian regime where there is almost total control over everything you say or do. I don’t think it’s me who needs to do more research Xavier because you are predicting defeat before it happens and thus not giving anything a try. An attempt at prevention is surely better than a cure in this case, while there’s still a window of opportunity. Otherwise kiss goodbye to any semblance of freedom that you believe we will have after TSHTF.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 5, 2022 2:26 PM
Reply to  -CO

I am only suggesting what the options are for sufficiently perspicacious individuals.

98% of people, the ovines, will expect the govt. to look after them. 1%, the Solzhenitsyns, will expect insurrectionists to look after them (that never materialise), and the other 1%, the aforementioned sapient, will look after themselves.

TS is currently HTF, albeit with inconsistent intensity.

Yes, it’s a very drawn out kiss goodbye – already in progress.

There is no defeat. What is happening is necessary. We are not transitioning into a global totalitarian police state (despite appearances), that is just a comforting cover story.

Anyway, I expect you will prefer the comfort of the idea that it is possible for the oppressed to overcome their oppressor, than something far more depressing (that I am intimating).

-CO
-CO
Jul 5, 2022 4:53 PM

Your last paragraph Xavier:

Anyway, I expect you will prefer the comfort of the idea that it is possible for the oppressed to overcome their oppressor, than something far more depressing (that I am intimating).

What are you “intimating” regarding that which you have in mind that’s “something far more depressing” than the oppressed being oppressed by their oppressor?

If you think that totalitarian rule is just a “cover” rather than part of an agenda then think again. You are correct that the SHTF has already hit in some quarters but not all YET.

By the way I’m not an idealist but a materio-idealist so I do get at least some comfort from the “idea that is possible for the oppressed to overcome their oppressor.”

Why is that? Its because it has been done before throughout history, but unfortunately the real occult oppressors that have now become well entrenched have not been shifted – only some of their minions. Then it all starts off again.

But, let’s not get too depressed while their is still an opportunity to persuade humanity get off its ass and exercise its collective will to reinstate the common law, freedom and some semblance of justice (for the sake and well-being of all its children if nothing else).

What say you???

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 5, 2022 11:02 PM
Reply to  -CO

You’re like a bright eyed and bushy tailed youngster recently informed by the oncologist that your mum is indeed as ill as she’d feared. It is consequently extremely difficult to get you to countenance the concept of a non-recoverable illness.

That’s the order of ‘depression’ that lies ahead of you – if you do the research.

It bodes well in that respect that you utilise the term ‘occult’.

‘occult’ is all about occluding the terrible truth from the masses.

-CO
-CO
Jul 6, 2022 8:18 PM

Well Xavier, what precisely is that “terrible truth” that has been occluded from the masses, I ask that question since we are no doubt both part of the masses in question. So what is it that we don’t already know about that’s like the concept of a “non-recoverable illness?” That’s not too difficult to grasp at all – my mother’s dead.

You appear to be referring to some sort of ‘global social pathology’ that has possibly inflicted humanity, as a result of karmic law. If its a question of karmic consequence then people can still do something beneficial and change their destiny within the karmic conditions that operate, but their fate will still ultimately be determined by karma. Is that what you are driving at or is it something completely different? Do not keep us in suspense.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 6, 2022 9:32 PM
Reply to  -CO

You want a clue, eh?

Well, as you’ve mentioned ‘karma’, I’ll give you an apposite clue.

TPTB are attempting to escape Samsara, to reach Nirvana.

-CO
-CO
Jul 6, 2022 11:00 PM

But they can’t, there is no Nirvana without Samsara anyway – duality and relativity are conditions of periodic manifestion – the involution and evolution of worlds according to the Ancients.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jul 7, 2022 9:44 AM
Reply to  -CO

It’s a clue, but perhaps a tad advanced.

Anyway, once you have done enough research (holistic) and can apprehend the big picture from the jigsaw puzzle pieces you amass, you’ll see that Samsara is an allegory, just as Jesus is an allegory of the Sun/Zodiac.

NB I will no longer check this thread.

Observe
Observe
Jul 1, 2022 9:17 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Okay, I can believe many things, but… the OJ case a psyop!? I’m out.

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 1, 2022 9:50 PM
Reply to  Observe

Hoaxing and psyops is what the intel agencies are REALLY doing. They aren’t spying on other “countries” (incorporated municipalities) or catching criminals, since they are the real criminals. They are running psyops on their own populations.

Besides the obvious Gematria, there’s tons of evidence of the hoaxing in the OJ Simpson trial, the non-murders and the obvious attempt to incite racial tensions.

Why do you think they televized the trial? And the absurd Bronco non-chase? Had Furman confessing to using the N word? They don’t televize real events and real trials. All the players in these psyops are just second rate actors and Freemasons.

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 1, 2022 9:53 PM
Reply to  Observe

It’s obvious.

Observe
Observe
Jul 2, 2022 9:13 PM
Reply to  Researcher

All ‘evidence’ presented here to support this theory is weaker than my Nan’s bladder.

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 2, 2022 9:19 PM
Reply to  Observe

No. It’s actually very strong evidence of fakery. Go back to sleep.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 3, 2022 7:23 AM
Reply to  Observe

Observe, I was too busy to follow that one closely but here’s a couple of contradictions:
–I was living 3 blocks from where it occurred & the scuttlebut on the street is that there was police action on the site many hours before the official timeline.

–I was working in a legal office at the time & I didn’t verify it, but my employers said a CA law prevented cameras in the courtroom & a judge cdn’t simply over-rule that.

–the bit that I had time to see on TV: It seemed staged and too entertaining to me.

-CO
-CO
Jul 5, 2022 7:01 PM
Reply to  Observe

Depends on the definition of a Psyop. The ideological state apparatuses and private ideological apparatuses including the media etc involve psychological operations do they not, in the widest sense of the term. This may include non-military actions designed to influence the perceptions, attitudes of individuals and groups, and even foreign governments. The purpose of psychological operations is also to induce or reinforce behaviour favourable to a government’s or a nation’s objectives. 

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jul 2, 2022 9:50 AM
Reply to  Researcher

In agreement except for the JFK and RFK assassinations and some overseas. The Gandhi’s for instance. These people stood in the way of Israel and I don’t think there would be any scruples in liquidating them. A neocon named Podhoretz wrote a hate filled article in the NY Post attacking Joe Sr on the occasion of JFK Jr’s liquidation. That article is still on the net. Remember the czar ?

Researcher
Researcher
Jul 2, 2022 4:38 PM

They were ALL hoaxes. You just aren’t there yet. Do some more research.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 7:02 AM
Reply to  Edwige

If the Uvalde School shooting was real I’m surprised. I’ve stopped following them: In the past every one of the shooting incidents I & other citizens investigated was a hoax– those in England and France too. Even the assassination of the Russian ambassador in Turkey was a hoax.

banana
banana
Jul 1, 2022 12:34 PM

Where the puppets of the synarchistic agenda overplayed their hand, once you really begin to comprehend its intricacies, scale, and complexity, you can discern that communitarianism is a near-perfect merger of all seemingly opposing narratives. The transient dialectics of freedom and fascism, now exist within the twilight of moral relativism and the interchangeable mirrors of perception.

Mark41
Mark41
Jul 1, 2022 2:18 PM
Reply to  banana

I think the underlying problem are humans. We are all flawed and some of us are a lot more flawed than others. Humans are in control of the ism’s, Capitalism, socialism, communism, Marxism, etc. IMO, if humans were perfect or near perfect, any ism would work.If we didn’t lie, steal, kill, lust for power and control over others, but were honest and only wanted to do good for all and held ourselves accountable for straying anything could work.

However, that’s not the case. The humans that typically gravitate to the top of governments are power and control hungry, narcissistic, self serving and sometimes outright evil. So the best system is the freest system for humans and that’s what the American Constitution tried to do. Unfortunately it’s being whittled away by humans.

Antonym
Antonym
Jul 1, 2022 3:36 PM
Reply to  Mark41

These ‘leaders’ think everyone is like them: All Criminals Until Proven Otherwise.

uncoy
uncoy
Jul 1, 2022 12:28 PM

Some of these paragraphs are extremely frightening. One of the biggest issues are the kangaroo courts where judges rubberstamp police and security organs requests. It’s very similar to the Soviet Union under Stalin and Beria. Great importance was attached to the legality of the purges. There were documents and confessions, something similar to the US plea bargain, where you are lucky to get away with your life (i.e. 10 years in prison instead of 70 years) in exchange for admitting guilt (whether you are guilty or not).

As Israel became some strange mirror of the Third Reich police state in its repression of the Palestinians, it appears the USA is becoming a mirror image of the Soviet Union. At the same time, Russians enjoy more media freedom and freedom of speech and protection of the law than the USA (in turn becoming a mirror of their longstanding enemy).

PeterofPan
PeterofPan
Jul 1, 2022 1:33 PM
Reply to  uncoy

At the same time, Russians enjoy more media freedom and freedom of speech and protection of the law than the USA (in turn becoming a mirror of their longstanding enemy).”

You might want to check that factlet 🙂

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jul 2, 2022 1:30 AM
Reply to  uncoy

I recently listened to Max Igan on Bitchute who fled to Mexico from fascist Australia. He said that in Mexico cartels run pretty much everything. Whereas in the West we have a “department” for everything, in Mexico there’s a cartel for this and that. Avocado cartel, corn cartel, etc.

When a mayor tried to lock down an area during the international lock-down craze, he was found murdered in his bed the day after his announcement. Another head honcho wanted some other massive human rights violating restriction and his head was found cut off on the beach the next day.

Sounds pretty efficient to me. I’m practising my Spanish.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 7:55 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Veri Tas, Mexico is dangerous to the honest as well; many people died just because they were candidates for office.

I was in & out of Mexico many times when I was younger. A good-looking young dude that I knew confronted another hombre in village bar saying the town wasn’t big enough for the two of them. The next day, everybody closed up tight while the two contestants came from opposite ends of town. Both died there in the street.

Another time I rented a house in a village and was told of ELEVEN men who had lived within 2 blocks of the house– each of these had had to go “al Norte” to avoid the authorities after killing someone.

I loved Mexican village life, but it is a foreign country.

Penelope
Penelope
Jul 2, 2022 7:35 AM
Reply to  uncoy

uncoy, if you criticize foreign policy or the army in Russia, you go to jail. Covid injections are shortly to become mandatory. Media of some “unfriendly” countries is blocked.

Russia is in bed w Western Big Pharma & known-to-be-unsafe drugs are pushed by their medical establishment. There is vast corruption. Russia has an even larger gap between the haves and have-nots. Putin is a billionaire.

The Afghan war which was a factor in USSR’s downfall was enabled by road-building which made a mechanized war possible. US & Russia built those roads together.

The downing of a Russian passenger jet over the Sinai was the pretext for the Russian air battle over Syria to become boots-on-the-ground. It was a hoax & excruciatingly poorly executed: The wreckage was of the WRONG ENGINE & that engine sat much too lightly upon the sand: If it had fallen from the sky it would have buried itself in the sand.

The wings of the aircraft joined by a strip of the top of the plane FLEW THEMSELVES to the ground and landed upright & pristine–until in later photos they at least besmirched them with smoke/fire.

There were many other anomalies.

Human values
Human values
Jul 1, 2022 11:54 AM

“To be GOVERNED is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be GOVERNED is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished. It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be placed under co