131

Voila! C’est ca!

Sylvia Shawcross

Oh for heavens sakes! It took awhile but I finally figured it out. They have discombobulated their desires into a substitute agenda because they can’t face what they really really want. They are saying they want us to eat bugs but the truth is, they want us to “be” the bugs.

They’re building us insectariums in the desert, experimenting on us with mRNA technology, herding us into buzzing flocks at protests, possibly spraying us with things in the skies and watching us as we scatter and gather.

They’re even trying to grow us in tanks to sit on the coffee table as a conversation piece.

We are what we eat. We are their bugs. Whoever “they” are. But never mind all that.

The whole point of this new abnormal world is efficiency of herd rather than tolerance of eccentricity which is what they call individualism/sovereignty now.

It is said that the most horrifying phrase ever is “we’re here from the government and we’re here to help.” Well… that’s not true anymore. Now it’s “we’re here from your favourite corporation and we’re here to make your life easier.”

Admittedly it took me a while to figure this out because in the old days the corporations really DID want to help you in order to help themselves but nowadays they want to help themselves by “convincing” you they’re helping you when in fact they are not. They’re very good at it.

See, I thought I had a new friend.

Every time I logged into my bank account a lovely little note would come up to tell me how I spent my money that month. It was all very carefully categorized into things like shopping, groceries, recreation, entertainment etc. To help me of course. And who doesn’t need a friend like that?

At first.

Then it started turning into nagging. Then it actually just ended up tormenting me. And it still is. I’m being held hostage to a nasty little bank computer that is telling me that I’m spending too much on groceries.

Well… duh!

What does that damn bank friend expect from me? I did what here in Canada our Deputy Minister Chrystia Freeland said to do during such trying inflationary times and gave up my Disney+ account but that didn’t even cover the cost of two chicken boobs without skin. And that was non-organic even.

This is not to say we shouldn’t all be grateful to Freeland for her advice. When Prime Minister Trudeau announced new government bonds available to support the Ukraine, someone asked if the Ukraine tried giving up their Disney account. (We’re nothing if not helpful, the great unwashed masses. They should really listen to us. We wouldn’t be in this great mess if they did.)

So anyway, my bank friend taught me to buy beans instead of chicken, give up all entertainment and shopping and turn off the furnace and winnow down my prescription meds and I should be grateful.

I’ll either be healthier or dead I figure so what’s to lose given that if I’m dead I won’t be alive to miss Indian Chicken Curry Murgh Kari. And I really really miss Indian Chicken Curry Murgh Kari.

And I can’t complain now. They are banks. They have my money. They also know everything about me.

Then as fate would have it (or is it the WEF?) I made another friend. This new friend sort of snuck their way in over the last few years.

The grocery store about five miles north of me as the crow flies is a fairly new place but with familiar workers from the region. During the pandemic I got used to ordering my groceries online and having them delivered. A wonderful proposition particularly in winter.

And I would always get these calls when Hazel or someone else would say “Syl, we’re out of fenugreek but I heard you can use licorice extract and cardamon as a substitute” and I would happily agree and we’d chat about the weather and the latest local headlines. Then one day they called and said I couldn’t use them anymore.

Sadly, I’ll admit I was devastated. It’s not like you can find a person to talk about fenugreek and the weather with every day without someone going on about child labour and climate change.

As fate would have it, as it always does with me, I’m on the boundary line. I’m feeding deer in the backyard but I’m apparently in the city now.

I can no longer order my groceries from the new store 5 miles down the road. I can only order it from the new service which fills the orders in Montreal (102 miles away) and ships it to a place in Ottawa (21 miles away) which then ships across the provincial border to me. I’m not sure how but this is going to save the climate.

Because as it happens I live in the one province in Canada that unveiled this new concept to the usual online grocery shopping.**** They cleverly named it “Voila”.

So clever because it is that lovely word in English that gives you that feeling you get when you finally fold a fitted sheet and put it on the shelf and hands on hips say “There! Voila!” Or the word you use to comfort a child, “there there” you say. All those good feelings. Who wouldn’t want this as a friend?!

Well. I didn’t. Not at first. I was in mourning for my old grocery store. But then we got an ice storm and I wanted cocoa. And so I went online. And they told me what I was getting and when I was getting it and phoned me when they were 10 minutes away and arrived with a brand new truck with Voila written on it and in the back they had shelves with red bins and refrigerators and all sorts of fancy packaging.

And they brought the red bins to the door and they were filled with little brown bags. A lot of bags because none of them were very full even though you’d think they could fill them easily as they are half the size height wise of the usual brown bags. And the bags are made in Mexico and they’re very flimsy. That’s probably why they’re not full when you think of it. Or it was probably filled by a robot. A person wouldn’t pack that way methinks.

And so it was, just like that, the very next day I had my cocoa. And orange juice. And canned kidney beans. No fenugreek this time. All so very efficient.

But then… The machine started telling me what I could and couldn’t order. In the beginning just telling me it was out of stock. Then it started telling me I couldn’t order that. As if it was personal. “I” couldn’t order that but others could apparently is what I concluded although I haven’t tested that yet because I don’t know anybody else fool enough to be ordering Voila in a Voici world.

And this always happened with the red meat. They’d tell you you could buy a steak for $15.94 instead of $19.94 and you’d happily order it for the month thinking of cutting it into cubes for Sundays when they’d tell you you can’t have that. No alternatives. But it was right next to the veggie burger kielbasa. That was cheaper. Not much cheaper but cheaper nonetheless. They never seem to run out of that.

I’m just grateful at the end of the day to be able to buy food at all still.

But my new friend is very controlling. Tidy and efficient too. But very controlling. Just like my other banker friend. And the snow is coming. And I’m alone to cope with my two friends. And I can’t complain. They’ve got the goods on me.

Here’s an earworm courtesy of Matt from the chat:

Favourite quote from last week’s opinion comments: Tonyopmoc “Probably in the pub tomorrow, life goes on, I try not to cry – Tony”

Syl Shawcross lives in Quebec Canada.

SUPPORT OFFGUARDIAN

For direct-transfer bank details click here.

3.8 30 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest

131 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
Nov 30, 2022 4:56 PM

Sylvia Shawcross,
Thanks for that “Favourite quote from last week’s opinion comments: Tonyopmoc “Probably in the pub tomorrow, life goes on, I try not to cry – Tony”

I did get to the pub, and it was one of the best nights of my life.

Tony

Thomas L Frey
Thomas L Frey
Nov 28, 2022 9:04 PM

Anything that is “smart” or “robotic Controlled” is part of the “China Model” and will eventually be used to deny people goods and services.

Penelope
Penelope
Nov 28, 2022 6:07 PM

CHINA: Anti-lockdown demonstrations, some of them violent, call for resignation of Xi.

Things came to a head last week after a dozen people were burnt to death in an apartment building in Urumqi, the capital of Xianjiang Province that had been locked down for three months. Fire engines were blocked by pandemic control barriers and cars stranded after their owners were put in quarantine.

Good for them. THEY need to get some of those long 2 x 4s the cops are beating them with.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Nov 28, 2022 3:52 PM

Folding fitted sheets satisfaction.

I know it. Getting it folded to just the right size (without any of the elastic showing or bunching it up) so you can fit it back, perfectly, into the original zippered plastic container it was sold in.

Voila! A French word, I thought. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/voil%C3%A0

I don’t shout voila. I just get a drink to calm down after twenty minutes of folding and refolding…………

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 28, 2022 2:28 PM

Cryptocurrency co-founder Tiantian Kullander dies suddenly in his sleep, aged 30 | World | News | Express.co.uk

The co-founder of a prominent cryptocurrency firm has died “unexpectedly” aged 30.

Tiantian Kullander, a former Morgan Stanley trader who helped found the digital asset company the Amber Group, “passed away unexpectedly in his sleep” on Wednesday.

In a statement posted to company’s website, the firm said the news came with “the deepest sadness and a heavy heart”.

Also known as “TT”, he was described as a “devoted husband, a loving father and a fierce friend”.

The statement continued: “His passing is a tragedy and our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

“He is survived by his wife and their beloved son.

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Nov 28, 2022 1:51 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2022-11-26. Stable Cancer Rapidly Progress After Booster. #DiedSuddenly doc: rubber clots, knew about shedding (blog, gab, tweet).

Edwige
Edwige
Nov 28, 2022 12:17 PM

“The real rulers in Wahington are invisible and exercise their power from behind the scenes:.

Alex Jones? David Icke? No – former Supreme Court Justice Felx N. Frankfurter.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 28, 2022 12:14 PM

Irene Cara cause of death still unknown. From Music Times:

“Several fans assumed that there was no way she could die “that easily” since she was reportedly too young. However, others dismissed the buzz and said people always develop illnesses and health issues between their 50s and 60s.”

People “ALWAYS” develop health issues between their 50s and 60s?

Next up: people ALWAYS die at X age.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Nov 28, 2022 9:14 AM

To bring two threads of the narrative together;

The recent G20 announcement of global vaccination certification and programmable CBDC.

IF they establish their right to jab everyone AND they have details from your banking habits (i.e. lifestyle) they can “adjust” the compulsory jabs as necessary.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 28, 2022 7:35 AM

https://www.ft.com/content/db1e6c05-b8bb-429e-8cbd-8ea0dde58bf0

The FT struggles to understand the strange clotting “associated with” covid:

“Blood clot drug totally ineffective as post-Covid treatment, research finds
Results from UK-wide trials on anticoagulant Apixaban set to change protocols around the world

A drug to reduce blood clots, widely prescribed to Covid-19 patients after discharge from hospital, does not lessen their chances of readmission or improve survival, according to groundbreaking research which is set to change treatment protocols around the world.”

Quick! We need a whole new team!

“The findings are the first to emerge from a pioneering study called HEAL-COVID — Helping to Alleviate the Longer-term consequences of Covid-19 — led by Prof Charlotte Summers, an intensive care specialist at Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge.”

Note the word “pioneering” there. Plenty of mileage left in this fear mongering cash cow!

It certainly is a curious pesky virus:
“Having survived the ordeal of being hospitalised with Covid-19, far too many patients find themselves back in hospital, often developing longer-term complications as a result of the virus.”

The more they try and cure it, the worse it gets, the more they have to do…..

Etc etc etc

Beri
Beri
Nov 28, 2022 9:13 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Also viruses don’t exist

niko
niko
Nov 28, 2022 5:09 AM

Here in the US, the Biden biosecurity state has its own culinary version of Build Back Better in the Food Is Medicine campaign, as with this polic(e)y announcement:
FACT SHEET.

As usual, the humanitarians are taking initial aim at the usual target populations more easily held hostage to the state: poor, elderly, students in carceral education. Then they’ll spread the net wider. 

Just this past week I got an excited junk mail ad from one of the big corporate health care brands announcing free money (!) for paying into their plan, or scam. If not from the get-go, then look later for terms and conditions to change and your continued consideration for ‘benefits’ to be based on biometric surveillance (Goolag is major sponsor at the federal level).

On Medicaid? Look for the next round of infantile instruction in how the state can take care of your life better. Did you know insects, a great source of protein!, and formerly an exclusive and exotic hors d’oeuvres like caviar, are now available for affordable consumption by untermenschen like yourself? As a bonus for buying in (buyer beware!), get your free, fully vaccinated head of lettuce on your next trip to the ‘food’ (=medicine) store! 

If they skip the carrot stage and go straight to the stick, then consider yourself lucky to be penalized only a few points when your shopping patterns, under that now-or-later part of the plan to have these monitored, show you’re continuing to choose, despite the warnings (they’re just ‘concerned’), too much meat in your diet that’s not been ‘born and bred’ in a lab by Impossible Foods, Inc., the latest experiment by Frankenfoods, Inc. to perfect a fully synthesized source of ‘nutrition’ (aka slave rations) for useless eaters. 

It’s become one big company store by now in the new abnormal. Everything’s a lie, and life one big circus with BT Barnum’s voice booming in the background constantly: There’s a sucker born every minute.

Crapitalism’s been selling us shit with whipped cream for a long time. All that intergenerational junk food and processed poisons since the first Green ($) revolution. Now that the fascist corporate state has subsidized that set-up so long, get ready for the next bizzness plan, where the problems of the earlier plan are officially acknowledged (obesity, diabetes…unforeseen consequences, we couldn’t know, blah, blah, blah…yada, yada, yada) and supplied the next solution, provisional or final, for our safe keeping. 

Eat ze bugz, zuckerz.

Penelope
Penelope
Nov 28, 2022 4:20 AM

GERMANY: Sarah Wagenknecht, the most popular female leader in the country, called for an end to the covid lockdown and vaccinations and sides with Russia in the war. Poll shows that half of former East Germans would consider voting for her, and a quarter of former West Germans. More than two thirds of Germans do not trust the current government. 

Anti-govt slogans in Dresden demonstrations: “End the war now and buy cheap gas from Russia”, “Boycott vaccines now! ” and “Down with the greens!” 

1/4 th of German businesses are considering emigrating.
 US Inflation Reduction Act establishes tax cuts and $400 billion in other benefits for companies that open on US soil.  Gee, Biden signed that law in August– almost like he knew Nordstream wd be blown up in Sept. What a coincidence, eh? 

Candledark
Candledark
Nov 28, 2022 7:30 AM
Reply to  Penelope

As long as the “awake” germans still choose to put their faith into politics and their controlled, so called “opposition leaders”, they will never be free.
The emperor wears no clothes. Stop looking for a savior, nobody has power over you. YOU ARE the change. All politicians are controlled. Trump, Baudet, Bolsonaro, Wagenknecht….all to reinforce the lie of “you need us to rule over you” and provide false sense of allies. Wakey wakey. Tschüss!

Penelope
Penelope
Nov 28, 2022 4:57 PM
Reply to  Candledark

Candledark, don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater! Trying to create honest govt of the people, by the people and for the people is NOT looking for a savior or ruler.

Coming together as a people to oppose the evil that now oppresses us MEANS coming together in a govt that expresses our rights and plan of action. If you give up your govt to tyranny you give up your greatest tool to prevent it– that’s exactly what TPTB want you to do.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Nov 28, 2022 4:14 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Is that tax cut for American companies or foreign companies? By the way. The Biden Administration is doubling down on Covid. New mask mandates are in the works. Military personnel refusing the clot shots are still being kicked out. Health workers not vaccinated are still being let go. CDC is still refusing to acknowledge VAERS. Covid clot shots and Covid pills are were all over the TV ads during college football games this past week. They are doubling down. The lies will never stop until they are held accountable. It’s as though nothing has changed since March of 2020. The use of remdesivir is still being promoted (as long as the patients have no history of organ failure suggesting that the remdesivir isn’t the cause of the deaths of all those nursing home patients that died of renal failure after being intubated, over anesthetized, isolated and left for dead). They are scum. All of them. Makes no difference what their gender is. And that varies widely………

Penelope
Penelope
Nov 28, 2022 5:06 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Hemlockfen, the $400 add’l debt to the Fed that US will incur is to give new companies in US subsidies on transportation and ENERGY– cynical bastards, after they blew up Nordstream. I don’t know if domestic companies qualify.

Of course I agree w you that we need to stop, then punish the murderers. Won’t happen w/o we repair the govt. First step, as I’ve been saying forever, ditch the voting machines & count paper ballots publicly at the polling place.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Nov 29, 2022 4:13 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Dominion has doubled down and is regularly filing lawsuits against anyone who publicly suggests they are facilitating cheating. It’s a concerted effort to cover it up. Just like Covid, they are all in on it.

As of now the early voting late liberal surges are demoralizing. It is doubly bad when you know that crooked Zuckerbuck funded not for profits are harvesting ballots and stuffing unsecured ballot boxes. If you have seen 2000 Mules, you know what I am talking about.

The practice of not counting early voting ballots until election day is one of the problems.

Scanners (does not matter who makes them) are notorious for failing on a regular basis with or without cheating. The equipment (like any computer equipment) ages quickly. The rollers decay and cause jams. The machines, legally, need to be kept in a secure location for so many months after an election.

Each state is in control of it’s own election system. The majority of the problems stem from those states that WILL win any way they can. Generally, the Blue Swing States, as you know, are where most of the problems occur.

I don’t know what would be worse: Allowing the states to continue as they are or handing control of the elections to the Feds. Instead of having fraud in just the Blue Swing States, the entire system will be fraught with fraud.

The left wants the Feds to take over. Should that happen the Democrats will never relinquish control of The House, the Senate or the White House.

It would be bad. Like crossing the “streams” in Ghost Busters. https://twitter.com/i/status/1326948698128048128

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Nov 28, 2022 3:37 AM

If your dumb enough to order food delivery then your simply that dumb enough. Live with your dumbness and keep your silly theories to yourself.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 28, 2022 5:38 AM
Reply to  Berlin Beerman

Oh we all live with our degrees of dumbness Berlin. Please take care of you for you sound like an angry unhappy human and that is not a good way to be for your own sake if not others. This too shall pass.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Nov 28, 2022 4:22 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

I disagree. This one is not going to pass without a lot of effort.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 29, 2022 8:51 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

You got a good point Hemlock.

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Dec 6, 2022 5:20 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Angry? Not in the least bit. Im very happy breaking bread with friends from around the world that grow and produce ingredients for a proper supper. The experience of growing , producing and preparing is so very important,

Saving the environment with cocoa ordered on line….. that makes me rather disappointed that we, my apologies, I mean you will never get out of the quagmire you fine yourself in. If its not vaccinations then its climate change fiascos and CO2 in the atmosphere …. what ever they tell you … but did you ever stop and think why the earth is 24% dimmer today then it was 50 years ago?

That may just make you sad.

niko
niko
Nov 28, 2022 1:03 AM

Pending? Hello?

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Nov 28, 2022 3:39 AM
Reply to  niko

Wait two days and call the doctor in the morning.

niko
niko
Nov 28, 2022 12:59 AM

Here in the US, the Biden biosecurity state has its own culinary version of Build Back Better in the Food Is Medicine campaign, as with this polic(e)y announcement:
FACT SHEET.

As usual, the humanitarians are taking initial aim at the usual target populations more easily held hostage to the state: poor, elderly, students in carceral education. Then they’ll spread the net wider.

Just this past week I got an excited junk mail ad from one of the big corporate health care brands announcing free money (!) for paying into their plan, or scam. If not from the get-go, then look later for terms and conditions to change and your continued consideration for ‘benefits’ to be based on biometric surveillance (Goolag is major sponsor at the federal level).

On Medicaid? Look for the next round of infantile instruction in how better the state can take care of your life. Did you know insects, a great source of protein!, and formerly an exclusive and exotic hors d’oeuvres like caviar, are now available for affordable consumption by untermenschen like yourself? As a bonus for buying in (buyer beware!), get your free, fully vaccinated head of lettuce on your next trip to the ‘food’ (=medicine) store!

If they skip the carrot stage and go straight to the stick, then consider yourself lucky to be penalized only a few points when your shopping patterns, under that now-or-later part of the plan to have these monitored, show you’re continuing to choose, despite the warnings (they’re just ‘concerned’), too much meat in your diet that’s not been ‘born and bred’ in a lab by Impossible Foods, Inc., the latest experiment by Frankenfoods, Inc. to perfect a fully synthesized source of ‘nutrition’ (aka slave rations) for useless eaters.

It’s become one big company store by now in the new abnormal. Everything’s a lie, and life one big circus with BT Barnum’s voice booming in the background constantly: There’s a sucker born every minute.

Crapitalism’s been selling us shit with whipped cream for a long time. All that intergenerational junk food and processed poisons since the first Green ($) revolution. Now that the fascist corporate state has subsidized that set-up so long, get ready for the next bizzness plan, where the problems of the earlier plan are officially acknowledged (obesity, diabetes…unforeseen consequences, we couldn’t know, blah, blah, blah…yada, yada, yada) and supplied the next solution, provisional or final, for our safe keeping.

Eat ze bugz, zuckerz.

Human values
Human values
Nov 28, 2022 12:29 AM

Is this for real? It says ”obey” as a suggestion on the truck. Like it’s surrounded by snakes. What’s the strawberry for? According to Urban dictionary, a strawberry is a woman who sells her body to get drugs.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 28, 2022 5:40 AM
Reply to  Human values

Good heavens! You’re right! That’s hilarious. Well… maybe not.

Ort
Ort
Nov 27, 2022 9:22 PM

I haven’t kept up with Lynne Truss, and wonder if she’s still around, what she makes of current events, etc. But although it’s a tangent, this article brought to mind her modest 2005 book Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today, or Six Good Reasons to Stay Home and Bolt the Door

I would love an updated edition which discusses the smartphone and social-media “revolutions” which were only getting underway when she wrote the book. Of course, to keep up she might have to re-title the book “Sixty Good Reasons, etc.” instead of a mere six.

The book came to mind because one chapter addresses a phenomenon or trend that resonates with this article. It’s entitled “Why Am I the One Doing This?

I regret paraphrasing or summarizing it off the top of my head, since Truss’s prose does an infinitely better job. But just to venture a spoiler: Truss discusses how commerce and corporate culture have gradually transformed merchant/customer relations in many pernicious ways: one is that commercial enterprises use technology to make the customer do work formerly done by employees.

She specifically mentions “live” telephone receptionists being eliminated in favor of Kafkaesque “voice mail”. She first identifies examples like this, then goes on to astutely point out that dumping lots of now-depersonalized, dehumanized “routine” transactions onto customers via wholly-automated processes is reprehensibly “sold” to the public as if it’s all for their (i.e. “our”) benefit.

That is, the unilateral top-down “improvements” are touted as “empowering” customers, giving them state-of-the-art “tools” to put customers in charge of their business, and enhancing their “experience”. “Your call is important to us!” was a precursor to “Your eating habits are important to us!

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Nov 27, 2022 10:29 PM
Reply to  Ort

It’s all just a part of universal ” long euthanasia”, as you presciently titled it. No one left behind.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:06 AM
Reply to  Ort

My ex used to say that with her little hand up (cute). Eventually I came up with my own motto which was “talk to the finger” (also accompanied with a gesture)

mig
mig
Nov 28, 2022 10:15 AM
Reply to  Ort

https://youtu.be/8I2Ranvn_lM

Not posted a vid before hope it works. Couldnt resist to put on Les Barker’s poem, Voicemail, sadly not him performing this one, which is infinitely better, but still fantastic. (If this works I will put up the absolute gem of a tune too)

mig
mig
Nov 28, 2022 10:23 AM
Reply to  Ort

Good, I found the gem. An anthem for our age. Blinder

https://youtu.be/jKDbi73FeDc

Gary Cooper
Gary Cooper
Nov 27, 2022 7:41 PM

MILITARY DETENTIONS IN 2021–2022: Maria Barret (detained), William Charles Ayers (life imprisoned at GITMO), David Axelrod (detained), Amy Coney Barrett (detained), Patricia Conrad (detained), Melinda Gates (detained), Paul Pelosi (life imprisoned at GITMO), George Soros (detained), Brian Stelter (detained). Real Raw News.

MILITARY EXECUTIONS IN 2022: Alec Baldwin (hanged), Richard Cheney (hanged), Francis Collins (hanged), Jennifer Brigid O’Malley Dillon (firing squad), Michael Donilon (hanged), Anita Dunn (hanged), Anthony Fauci (hanged), Avril Haines (two head-shots), Valerie Jarrett (hanged), Loretta Lynch (hanged), Denis McDonough (two head-shots), Gavin Newsom (hanged), Sonia Sotomayor (hanged), Michael Sussman (firing squad), Thomas Vilsack (hanged). Real Raw News

MILITARY EXECUTIONS IN 2021: Huma Abedin (hanged), William Barr (hanged), Joseph Biden (firing squad), Hunter Biden (hanged), Deborah Birx (firing squad), John Brennan (hanged), George Bush Sr. (euthanized), George Bush Jr. (hanged), William Clinton (suicide), Hilary Clinton (hanged), Chelsea Clinton (hanged), James Comey (guillotine), Andrew Cuomo (hanged), William Gates (hanged), Tom Hanks (euthanized), John McCain (firing squad), Mark Mezvinsky (hanged), John Podesta (firing squad), Colin Powell (suicide), Susan Rice (hanged), Donald Rumsfeld (suicide), Adam Schiff (hanged), Peter Scolari (hanged). Real Raw News ”

Martha
Martha
Nov 27, 2022 11:33 PM
Reply to  Gary Cooper

What kind of awful, vengeful fever dream is this??

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Nov 28, 2022 5:40 AM
Reply to  Martha

I don’t know but I’ll bet many of those don’t like hemp, now I know why.

Placental Mammal
Placental Mammal
Nov 29, 2022 5:59 AM
Reply to  Gary Cooper

Creepy Joe ? Kamala ? Drumpf ?

snafuman
snafuman
Nov 27, 2022 5:10 PM

I’ve eaten ants. The big, black carpenter ants that live in wood. Pretty crunchy and tasty when they are toasted. Probably good for you, too. I’d even consider paying money for them (price dependents)

The problem isn’t eating insects. Just being forced to eat insects.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Nov 28, 2022 3:41 AM
Reply to  snafuman

I’m not sure why the number of thumbs down on this. Are there that many who come here who are actually brain dead?
(Go ahead, give it the old thumbs down man). Jesus. Get a life.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:09 AM

mine are opposable, I refrain

snafuman
snafuman
Nov 28, 2022 4:35 PM

It’s okay, like most small children (mentally), I love attention, be it good or bad.
By the way, the ants were alive when I toasted them. It’s hard to humanely put down even one ant, let alone hundreds.

Maybe that will get a few more down votes.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:07 AM
Reply to  snafuman

How big was it? Maybe it was a dear.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Nov 28, 2022 5:52 AM
Reply to  snafuman

Sounds like a light snack at an insane asylum.
Is your favourite song They’re Coming to Take Me Away hah hah.
Don’t forget to wash it down with Blue Bottle Water.

Howard
Howard
Nov 28, 2022 3:34 PM
Reply to  snafuman

Here’s my take on that (subject to revision, of course):

Each species is drawn to whatever “food” its body needs. Humans do not have a history of preferring insects over other types of food. Therefore, eating insects would be down rather low on the human food chain.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Nov 27, 2022 3:02 PM

“It is said that the most horrifying phrase ever is “we’re here from the government and we’re here to help.” Well… that’s not true anymore. Now it’s “we’re here from your favourite corporation and we’re here to make your life easier.”

The above quote was the only meaningful paragraph in the article. Corporate trained twats are systematically killing and maiming all life on the planet. Let’s play victim to our own choices…

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:14 PM

A lot of people believe that there is always a choice but sometimes that choice is no choice at all.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Nov 27, 2022 10:06 PM

The “here from the government” quote was from Ronald Reagan who was a well known shill for corporate America, both before and after he entered politics. He was instrumental in dismantling government checks on corporate activity — back in the Bad Old Days the government used to restrict the ownership of media by conglomerates (for example) the goal being to maintain a diversity of opinion.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Nov 28, 2022 3:16 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Yes. The quote is from Mr Reagan. Starting from his shtick in “Death Valley Days” (an appropriate title) corporate sponsors such as General Electric made their mark on American public “interest” during the 1950’s.

Mr Reagan was quite the puppet show, and managed to pawn off the entire Social Security system of the United States to the queen of England…

Supplement No. 99 [June 2012] 10.8221
1984 No. 1817
SOCIAL SECURITY
The Social Security (United States of America)
Order 1984
https://scannedretina.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/evi-doc_13_supplement_99_volume_10.pdf

No one seems to notice this document,

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 28, 2022 10:49 AM

What about “Don’t ask what your country can do for you..”?

Hank
Hank
Nov 27, 2022 2:48 PM

I looked outside and saw the sun was shinning.

And it will be shinning again tomorrow.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:14 PM
Reply to  Hank

One day at a time Hank. True indeed.

Todd Hayen
Todd Hayen
Nov 27, 2022 6:12 PM
Reply to  Hank

Don’t bet on it. If Biden and Gates get their way…

Hamish
Hamish
Nov 28, 2022 12:14 AM
Reply to  Hank

Reminds me of the wisdom imparted in the ‘Kung Fu” TV series ‘Don’t you see, Grasshopper?’ Agree with your sentiments, which are an antidote to gloom, despair and powerlessness, which is easy to fall prey to.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:14 AM
Reply to  Hank
syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:16 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Quite relentless it is. But at least more and more transparent one would hope.

Todd Hayen
Todd Hayen
Nov 27, 2022 2:31 PM

I am SO happy someone is FINALLY writing about this. This is so important. Thank you Sylvia for this wonderful insight. We must not loose attention of these important, but subtle, changes disguised as “conveniences”…like candy bars laced with arsenic. We tend to gobble them up and wonder, a few years later, why we are dying of some strange ailment…

ophiaps
ophiaps
Nov 27, 2022 4:22 PM
Reply to  Todd Hayen

ay..?

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:15 AM
Reply to  ophiaps

loll

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:16 PM
Reply to  Todd Hayen

oh lordie… there’s arsenic in candy bars? sigh… thank you Todd

Todd Hayen
Todd Hayen
Nov 27, 2022 10:38 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Not yet…and it is just a metaphor…

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 28, 2022 10:52 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

You can get all the arsenic you want from U$ rice. Thank you DOA, U$AID, etc.

Howard
Howard
Nov 28, 2022 3:38 PM
Reply to  mgeo

There is also arsenic in lettuce (probably from the soil). Years ago we had a Guinea Pig. It loved lettuce – right up to the day it died of arsenic poisoning (according to the Vet).

Richard Todd
Richard Todd
Nov 27, 2022 11:12 PM
Reply to  Todd Hayen

Slowly, slowly, catch us monkeys.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 28, 2022 3:23 AM
Reply to  Todd Hayen

Just wondering, does arsenic have a taste like anything else?

I’d like to mention something I’ve noticed over the last few years: A lot of well-known milk chocolate brands now seem to have a slight liquorice taste…

Now, I’m not suggesting that arsenic might have a similar taste to liquorice, but I do know that liquorice has a pretty strong effect on blood pressure.
It increases it, which is why I avoid buying liquorice allsorts – even though I like them quite a lot.

So, are they adding liquorice to chocolate these days? I would emphasize that I do not consider chocolate to taste remotely better with a slight liquorice taste…

Have any others here noticed similar developments in the confectionery world…?

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:17 AM
Reply to  wardropper

As the ghost of Theo, I can tell that yes, that liquorice after taste IS arsenic.

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Nov 28, 2022 8:32 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Liquorice has a highly detrimental effect of a man, or woman’s testosterone levels, in that, it lowers testosterone a lot. Something that in my opinion, the parasites at the top are very keen to do to the general public, for fairly obvious reasons. Unless you are a pubescent girl who claims to actually be a boy because of something you read on the internet or what some tranny who came into your school said, in which case they’ll happily prescribe you a dose of exogenous testosterone that most body builders would baulk at.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 27, 2022 2:25 PM

The British Medical Journal bites the dust:
 
https://dailysceptic.org/2022/11/25/bmj-article-calls-for-governments-to-neutralise-misinformation-and-ban-dissent-in-pandemics/
 
Here is the original article:
 
https://www.bmj.com/content/379/bmj-2022-070331.full
 
Pseudo-“scientific” terminology, verbose bogus “research”, and the blasé repetition of certain terms automatically taken to signify “illegitimate” outlooks – most prominently “conspiracy”, “anti-vaccine”, and the most vicious indicator of the new witch hunting vocabulary: “denialism”.
 
Also this giveaway: “The public inquiry must identify lessons that can be learnt before the next pandemic.”
 
“The next pandemic” i.e. the blandly announced prophecy signalling the now familiar belligerent badgering.  
 
My usual reference to a “hydra” may now be more serviceably updated to an “invasion of the body snatchers” scenario as more and more media channels submit to the parasites’ control.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 27, 2022 3:13 PM
Reply to  George Mc

It’s heartening to see that there is still resistance towards the cult within the genuine scientific community.
 
Thus Doctor Jay Bhattacharya
 
“The censorship regime that this @bmj_latest article proposes in the name of pandemic response violates key civil rights & is inconsistent with long standing free speech norms in democratic countries. Why is the BMJ promoting dangerous authoritarian nonsense in its opinion pages?”
 
This is in response to a BMJ tweet:
 
“Active management of infodemics must form part of a comprehensive pandemic response, argue Yuxi Wang and colleagues. Further investigations into the social and public health effects of misinformation groups are needed to inform policy
 
These sinister echoes continue in the BMJ article:
 
“Yuxi Wang and colleagues say that the public inquiry on covid-19 must look at who was opposing public health measures and why and should call on public health authorities to engage more effectively with the threats of infodemics”
 
Note also the ugly vulgar neologism “infodemic”.
 
The genuine scientists were “not to have been offered the customary ‘right to reply’ by the BMJ before the article was published” – which casts an interesting light on the BMJ’s much touted “peer review” process. The actual process they use is better illustrated by this statement:
 
“The call by the authors of this BMJ article to promote and enforce only one ideology in a totalitarian way, the unsubstantiated smearing of named organisations, and the stated aim to outlaw any other viewpoint, should have made this article unsuitable for publication in a respected scientific journal such as the BMJ.”
 
Also, although the BMJ article doesn’t descend to the smearing of critical response as a “Right Wing” thing, they pretty much adopt the same tactic when they refer to “adherents to an extreme libertarian philosophy that is now prominent in some sections of society in the United States. Some benefit from generous funding from those opposed to what they term “big government”….”
 
As the genuine scientists realise, the BMJ article has zero scientific legitimacy and consists of an anti-scientific refusal to permit opposing viewpoints. It is simply a regurgitation of the endlessly repeated covid/vaccine mantra of the last two (almost three) years. And this is a mantra that arrived fully formed, was brazenly announced as such from the beginning, and has tolerated no update whatsoever.
 
Thus the genuine scientists have prepared an open letter which, predictably, is far too polite and veers towards impotence. Although admittedly this complaint is probably redundant anyway since the now almost totally controlled media will ignore the letter. But perhaps – hopefully – widespread circulation will have some effect.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:23 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Well, I despair. I can’t imagine why these medical journals would throw their whole reputation out the window but I’m sure it has everything to do with money.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 27, 2022 9:53 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Money …. or waking up to a horse’s head.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 10:09 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Sometimes it comes down to whether you choose to wake up to a horse’s head or be lead by a horse’s arse. But what do I know.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:22 AM
Reply to  George Mc

That scene is exaggerated. Hollywood tycoon probably went “Aww for fuck’s sake. Martha! Prepare my other room, start the shower, call the cleaners… (5000 bucks that freakin’ horse. Sigh.)

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Nov 28, 2022 1:46 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Ex-medical journal, George. Now a haven for compliant mediawhore medics-on-the-take, and an arse-kisser huckster outfit for the Big Pharma gangsters. Despite its once-stellar reputation, it now belongs in the (toxic) trash bin.

Howard
Howard
Nov 27, 2022 1:35 PM

Here’s my question to you: does the US pay Canada a stipend so that at least one country is crazier than it is? Canada seems like a parody of the old song “Anything you can do I can do better!”

(At least once a month I say a little prayer of thanks that Canada refused to let me in way back when I refused to be drafted and asked – very politely – if I could become Canadian. They said “F**k Off!” I’ll always relish those two little words.)

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:29 PM
Reply to  Howard

Words to live by. Actually the US does pay us to be crazy. It’s a little known fact that we agree to appear crazier than them so they can pretend to run the world. They pay us $1.23 for every ridiculous headline we can muster up. Your post actually made me despondent and nostalgic for the Canada I once knew if even only 10 years ago. It is hard to explain to new immigrants why they might want to stay. The largest population leaving the country now are apparently immigrants. It’s not well publicized but apparently true.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:24 AM
Reply to  Howard

That was my uncle Howard. Sorry.

Matt
Matt
Nov 27, 2022 1:11 PM

So happy you appreciated that, Sylvia, as I have appreciated your refreshing observations and commentary, like shimmering curtains of northern lights, only better, because I have not seen the real thing, but, I know I’ve read it!
Keep up the good work, and thanks to O-G for recognizing and publishing it.
Cheers!

Matt
Matt
Nov 27, 2022 2:50 PM
Reply to  Matt

P.S. Here’s another for you.
Circuit des Yeux “Paper Bag”
The “showcard” reads
“It was once suggested to me that, as an antidote to crying, I put my head in a paper bag.”
— J. Didion
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hy73R70-L-o

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:39 PM
Reply to  Matt

Why thank you kindly Matt. I often say the artists and musicians take the world in and give it back to us in its purest form. The artistry these days well… let’s say it is either banal or terrifying. Which is pretty much where we are I’d say.

San
San
Nov 28, 2022 1:47 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross
theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:26 AM
Reply to  Matt

Even more efficient in a plastic bag though

Placental Mammal
Placental Mammal
Nov 27, 2022 9:50 PM
Reply to  Matt

I saw the Northern lights in Whitehorse in the Yukon in March 2015. They are quite impressive but are white rather than green as in the photographs when they are blazing overhead. The photographs use long exposures that amplify the green.

Human values
Human values
Nov 28, 2022 12:25 AM
wardropper
wardropper
Nov 28, 2022 3:31 AM

I live in Iceland, so I can confirm that green is in fact the predominant colour, although I agree that photographs tend to emphasize both the brightness and the green colour.

There are also sometimes pink or purple edges, but if you get out into the country away from street lights and give your eyes 20 minutes or so to get used to the darkness, you won’t be in any doubt about the predominant greenness.

Of course people have different degrees of colour sensitivity, which should be taken into account.
And then there is the phenomenon of what happens when you stare for a long time at a certain colour: It’s as if the brain gradually learns to accept it as a more neutral colour than it really is – perhaps even as white – and you only realize how you have become accustomed to it when you go back into a normal environment. Then everything looks more like the opposite of the colour you were staring at.

It’s related to what happens when you stare at a red circle on white paper for a few minutes, then stare at a completely blank piece of white paper:
You will see the after-image of the red circle as its complementary, or opposite colour, green.

At any rate, the Northern Lights here are sometimes bright enough to see well in spite of street lights in the city, and one’s first impression is nearly always, “Green”.

mgeo
mgeo
Nov 28, 2022 11:04 AM
Reply to  wardropper

This also explains micro-movements of the eye: to shift duty to another set of retinal cells.

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 27, 2022 12:45 PM

Enemy class show pony and liar Albert Bourla playing his role here:

Dr Albert Bourla used an interview with the BBC last December to claim that “there is no doubt in my mind that the benefits, completely, are in favour of” vaccinating youngsters aged five to 11 against Covid-19

He argued that “Covid in schools is thriving” adding: “This is disturbing, significantly, the educational system, and there are kids that will have severe symptoms.”

The interview was published on Dec 2 – before the vaccine had been approved by Britain’s medical regulator for this age group. 

Shortly after the article’s publication, a complaint was submitted to the pharmaceutical watchdog – the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA) – by UsForThem, a parent campaign group which was set up to promote the plight of children during the pandemic. 

So if you play a pivotal role in the murder and maiming of thousands of children for purely illegal and immoral and indefensible reasons and you are a member of the enemy class, you get “rapped”. However I think Bourla is really just a salesman and puppet, being paid lots of dollar, there to take some flack and be the hate figure, misdirect attention from the real culprits, although in doing this he is as guilty as sin and should be detained for the rest of his days or worse, no doubt. Anyone who tries to inject kids with some poisonous shit would quickly feel the full force of the law in any normal setting. But do that to millions of children, all over the world, as a member of the enemy class, and you’re fine. Apart from the “rap” you got. But you can keep your blood soaked gazillion$.

I extend these thoughts to those who are involved at the national and local levels in making this our lived reality. I mean the people who have facilitated this, at whatever level. From the scum in Westminster to all the teachers who have waved all this crap through, participating in the industrial scale abuse of children without so much as a murmur, and all those in the NHS who have played their role, whether it be via actual administration or promotion of services, or via silence, or whatever. There are no words that can convey the evil that has been unleashed here. And shamefully, it was our own that did it, ultimately, just like all the “good Germans”. This is totally history repeating itself.

The NHS has become a true national disgrace. It’s tragic to watch this playing out.

comment image

Viridis
Viridis
Nov 27, 2022 2:25 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Too bad Bourla will spend the rest of his days surrounded by bodyguards… that must feel great!

Because the moment he slips, someone will be waiting to deliver him to his lord Satan. It’s not about revenge, it’s about doing what needs to be done. So I do pray that Bourla will slip with his security, and someone will aim true.

Fellatthelast
Fellatthelast
Nov 27, 2022 5:31 PM
Reply to  Mucho

I agree with every utterance, especially with regard to the NHS. One of the first things the government did was to put the NHS on a pedestal (remember the clapping and pot banging), using war terms such as ‘front line workers’, and the masses fell for it. Excluding the brave few that have spoken out, and lost their jobs, the NHS employees should hang their collective heads in shame.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:35 AM
Reply to  Mucho

The virus is probably attending school to become more accomplished, that’s my take.

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 28, 2022 1:48 PM
Reply to  theobalt

We’re still learning about the virus, after all, and it’s very mysterious.

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 28, 2022 1:46 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Original article about Bourla, just a few days old. This is quite interesting, as it shows how the establishment are going to handle this.

Pfizer’s CEO rapped by regulator for making ‘misleading’ statements about children’s vaccines (msn.com)

Pfizer’s CEO rapped by regulator for making ‘misleading’ statements about children’s vaccines

Story by Camilla Turner • Saturday

Pfizer’s CEO has been rapped by the UK’s pharmaceutical watchdog for making “misleading” statements about children’s vaccines, The Telegraph can disclose. 

Dr Albert Bourla used an interview with the BBC last December to claim that “there is no doubt in my mind that the benefits, completely, are in favour of” vaccinating youngsters aged five to 11 against Covid-19. 
He argued that “Covid in schools is thriving” adding: “This is disturbing, significantly, the educational system, and there are kids that will have severe symptoms.”
The interview was published on Dec 2 – before the vaccine had been approved by Britain’s medical regulator for this age group. 
Shortly after the article’s publication, a complaint was submitted to the pharmaceutical watchdog – the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA) – by UsForThem, a parent campaign group which was set up to promote the plight of children during the pandemic. 
‘Extremely promotional in nature’The complaint alleged that Dr Bourla’s remarks about the children’s vaccine were “disgracefully misleading” and “extremely promotional in nature”, arguing that it breached several clauses of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry’s (ABPI) code of practice. 
“There is simply no evidence that healthy schoolchildren in the UK are at significant risk from the SARS COV-2 virus and to imply that they are is disgracefully misleading,” they said. 
In September 2021, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), had advised against a mass roll-out for children aged 12-15, saying the “margin of benefit” was “considered too small” and citing the low risk to healthy children from the virus.
But less than a fortnight later, ministers gave the green light for youngsters to be given a single dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech jab with the UK’s chief medical officers arguing that this would help to keep schools open. 
It was not until February 2022 that the JCVI ruled that children aged 5-11 could be offered the vaccine – but ministers said the decision should be left up to parents.
A code of practice panel, convened by the PMCPA, found that Pfizer had breached the code in a number of different ways, including by misleading the public, making unsubstantiated claims, and by failing to present information in a factual and balanced way. 
‘Up-to-date scientific evidence’Pfizer appealed against the findings, strongly refuting UsForThem’s claims that Dr Bourla had breached the code of practice. They argued that his remarks were based on “up-to-date scientific evidence” and could be substantiated by the “publicly available independent benefit-risk assessments”. 
Earlier in November an appeal board met to consider their arguments. The breaches of the code relating to misleading the public, making unsubstantiated claims and the lack of balance were upheld. 

But the more serious findings – including that Pfizer had brought discredit to the industry, had encouraged irrational use of a medicine and had failed to maintain high standards – were overturned. PMCPA said the full case report will be published in the coming weeks.

A spokesman for Pfizer said they are “committed to the highest levels of integrity in any interaction with the public”. 
They added: “We are pleased the UK’s PMCPA Appeal Board found Pfizer to have maintained high standards and upheld confidence in our industry, the two most serious rulings in this complaint from a UK campaign group.
“In the UK, we have always endeavoured to follow the principles and letter of our industry Code of Practice throughout. We will review the case report in detail when we receive it, to inform future activity.
“Throughout the pandemic, our communications have been focused on providing clarity regarding the progress of our science and supporting transparent scientific exchange in the interests of public health.” UsForThem were approached for comment.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Nov 27, 2022 12:20 PM

First rule about food – grow as much of it as possible yourself. If you can’t grow it yourself, buy direct from the grower/rearer of animals – that way they get paid more and you end up paying less. It’s called DISINTERMEDIATION. That computer doesn’t get to tell you what to buy because you no longer buy from that computer. You buy direct from a human being.

Plenty of entrepreneurial farmers/market gardeners out there. It’s a perfect market scenario for them: greedy criminal supermarkets taking the proverbial, so an increasing band of irate human beings who can opotentially start disintermediating the criminals.

I still use supermarkets for tinned stuff, for tea bags, for alcohol. For now. I buy fresh fruit from them for now. But I don’t buy meat from them and I barely buy any fresh vegetables from them any more.

Edwige
Edwige
Nov 27, 2022 2:21 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Tea bags contain so much micro-plastic it’s illegal in the UK to compost them. I’ve shifted to loose leaf tea and plan to move to de-caff in the spring (which I’ve already done with coffee and don’t miss it at all. Next step is to give up coffee totally because of its acidity. One UK supermarket’s main rewards for ‘loyalty’ are free coffee and newspapers i.e. they really want you to take the mental and physical poison).

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:47 PM
Reply to  Edwige

There’s a song in all this: There’s arsenic in my candy bars and microplastics in my tea and the scarecrow in my garden is now laughing heartily at me… or something….

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:45 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

It is becoming more difficult here to purchase local produce as it is now much more expensive. I’m not sure it’s the same way in other countries or even regions. I do my bit to support the farmers as I can. And my zuchinnis were lovely and productive. I seemed to have murdered off the green peas however and my russet potatoes made me cry.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:42 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

I wouldn’t submit my articles to potatoes for editing, they know squash.

Mishko_
Mishko_
Nov 27, 2022 11:53 AM

Sideways related – https://youtu.be/-aW7NFSGklM

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:48 PM
Reply to  Mishko_

Thank you Mishko. It’s all very dystopian isn’t it?

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Nov 27, 2022 11:48 AM

Do not worry much Sylvia and most of all do NOT expect that the HERD of modern moron slaves (MMS) to rage against the MAIN SYSTEM (the MONETARY SYSTEM) and its Owners.

Has we have today plenty of evidence (thanks to PCR kit OPERATION COVIDIUS) the herds around the Planet are incapable of addressing the root cause of this slave show.

The herds of MMS do not desire to be RESPONSIBLE for their own Lives. They rather slave on…

comment image

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:52 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

I’m not so sure it isn’t more fear and despair related than commitment to slavery. But I agree that responsibility is in short supply. But then the messages confuse. Responsibility to self or to the collective? To the family or the planet? To individualism or the agenda? Maybe it is all more confusion than anything?

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Nov 27, 2022 9:41 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Well… The only responsibility that exists is to the self. All the rest in just pure nonsense.

fear, despair are two of the conditions that prevent slaves from rejecting their status.

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:45 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

No Syl, it’s quite simple. You are not guilty of anything by being unvaxxed. Just trust me.

wardropper
wardropper
Nov 28, 2022 1:38 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

Oh, I get it now.
We are portable machines, which need batteries!

Willem
Willem
Nov 27, 2022 10:12 AM

The voila statement seems honestly stolen from that other statement that we were supposed to love as kids.

It’s called looney tunes, and nothing changed really

Fact is, as long as people long for looney tunes, all they’ll get is looney tunes..

See also: https://maartenwimleeflang.blogspot.com/2022/10/uitstapje-49-invention-of-comedy.html?m=1

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 27, 2022 10:12 AM

On the subject of spraying things in the sky, I think it’s really important that the public is made fully aware that we have absolute undeniable proof that the scum are and have been spraying the skies for many decades to alter and influence the weather, and weather manipulation has been a source of research for around 150 years for the enemy class.

This web page confirms and documents it all:

Geoengineering and Weather Modification Timeline · Weather Modification History

It’s there in black and white, with all the original articles and documents in one place. I’ve been looking for something like this for so long, because this is such an important subject. Chemtrails etc is an area where the normies have been systematically brainwashed to assume any mention of spraying in the sky is fantasy and delusion from the tin foil hat crew, when the reality is it’s the most openly admitted, easy to prove, fully documented conspiracy out there.

It’s also extremely important to get word of this out because these criminals are making huge strides in implementing this fraud of climate change and all the Net Zero shite that comes off the back of it. It’s complete BS, but these absolute treasonous scumbags – the British Civil Service and all arms of the British Government and the lying deceitful scum in Westminster and anything and anyone connected to the World Economic Forum and the UN….. King Charles III for example who is a self certified traitor (he literally launched the AntiBritishAntiFreedomAntiDemocratic Great Reset) who should be publicly shamed and exposed as a liar for trying to con the people of this country with this crap – are driving this scam through with everything they’ve got (the money they have stolen from the taxpayer). If you thought Convid was bad, the money and resource pumped into this scam far eclipses it and will f*** your life up even more. All based on LIES.

The message is that these criminals are running programmes to deliberately modify the weather systems. FACT. We don’t fully understand what the implications of this are but we do know for a fact that they are doing it and we do know that they lie to the public and use the MSM to confuse and deny the issue.

It is completely insane to discuss any notion of Climate CHANGE without discussing the fact that the scum parasite enemy class are deliberately CHANGING the weather via GEOENGINEERING. This is particularly relevant where extreme weather events are concerned, like some of the more destructive hurricanes in the US for example. These criminals should be investigated to ascertain whether they have played a role in exacerbating these events.

Here is a US Air Force document detailing the kind of capability they have:

Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025 · Weather Modification History

Howard
Howard
Nov 27, 2022 1:28 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Here’s a link to another geoengineering website. It’s been around for over a decade, and still growing.

Geoengineering Watch | Exposing the climate engineering cover-up

obsean
obsean
Nov 27, 2022 11:50 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Are there actual whistleblowing operatives who are actually involved in the spraying?

Mucho
Mucho
Nov 28, 2022 1:51 PM
Reply to  obsean

There might be in this film, but I can’t remember to be honest:

FRANKENSKIES FULL LENGTH DOCUMENTARY – YouTube

Ravensara
Ravensara
Nov 28, 2022 11:37 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Just an aside – in Revelations it says something like a third of the Sun & Moon will be ‘eaten’ – one translation I suppose. As someone who is observant, I would say the skies have changed over the last 3 years.

Unfounded conspiracy theories don’t float my boat, so I can’t say I know why. But I know there is a reason – likely human – not necessarily.

In the excellent Iain M Banks novel Excession, the OCP is explained. OCP = outside context problem. Banks likens this to the Spanish landing in South America brandishing guns and all sorts. The natives simply had no context for what they encountered.

The changes in the world we see today are like that for us. In the novel, the various minds and ‘people’ spend a while scratching their heads, fear mongering and trying to take some kind of precaution. All these measures proved unimportant in that novel.

But in South America…

All the thoughts I see here and everywhere remind me of that novel – and of the Spanish invasion.

Ravensara
Ravensara
Nov 28, 2022 11:52 PM
Reply to  Mucho

To add – in an OCP incident, we just don’t know. All our theories don’t really marry – if they want to kill x amount of people whoever they are – they can. If they want to enslave us they can – it’s been done. If they want to manipulate DNA they can. If they want to restrict info – they do – all the time. They can do whatever they like – and we do not know their goals, which may be unimportant!

We know love, camaraderie, music, philosophy, ethics, the fact that we are all flawed and living here perhaps to learn wisdom in our souls. For what else?

Pakistanicream
Pakistanicream
Nov 30, 2022 5:08 PM
Reply to  Mucho

November 2022 has been unusually rainy in London.

Sean Veeda
Sean Veeda
Nov 27, 2022 10:05 AM

It makes you wonder if there really is a planet that needs saving, when these are the solutions.

My earworm while reading the article was this:

Dire Straits – The Bug – Bing video

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:55 PM
Reply to  Sean Veeda

Who knew bugs were such a popular song topic? Thank you for that Sean. Money for nothing and your crickets for free….

ophiaps
ophiaps
Nov 27, 2022 10:03 AM

Brilliant critique.
“Died Suddenly” Is Typical Trash from Stew Peters
The same guy who discredited us with the “COVID is snake venom” garbage
https://jackanapes.substack.com/p/died-suddenly-is-typical-trash-from

Russian Hank
Russian Hank
Nov 27, 2022 10:29 AM
Reply to  ophiaps

You’re promoting people who peddle trash?

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 27, 2022 5:58 PM
Reply to  ophiaps

That was a brilliant critique ophiaps. Thank you for that. Some people have immediate insight. I didn’t even notice the intro to the piece. It all becomes clearer now. Now I’m gonna get off of here before my whole day disappears. 🙂

theobalt
theobalt
Nov 28, 2022 5:55 AM
Reply to  ophiaps

That idiot won’t let me read his stupid article unless I subscribe?! It’s the first time I see anything like that actually… And there’s nothing wrong with died suddenly… Perfect link to send vaxxers wannabes.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Nov 28, 2022 5:01 PM
Reply to  ophiaps

Brilliant? You can’t be serious. It’s a pathetic critique by Jackanapes. The vid is an excellent compilation of damning evidence against the poison-stabs, and the many – real – conspiracies hinted at in the opening sequence are mostly standing in the ‘highly likely’ category, if not in the ‘well proven’ slot: the authentic realworld thing.

We all know that conspiracies are real; they get prosecuted and punished all over the world, every year. The only actually-pertinent question (for intellectually-honest, grown-up thinkers) is: which are clearly real and which are iffy.

For those who’ve checked out these – real – conspiracies adequately – key proviso! – the opening sequence simply says: Yes, the covid swindle, just like all these previous cases, is another big, deeply-criminal conspiracy.

Only the poor goodthinker suckers who’ve bought into the whole ‘aaaaagh!!! cospithirry!!!’ mindless knee-jerk thought-stopper put-down crap (courtesy of our ever noble and unbendingly trustworthy CIA) could read the opening shots as blemishing the main story. Some catching up to do here, for those in the Jackanapes camp. A worthy label, btw.  🙄   😆 

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Nov 29, 2022 1:11 PM

Well this has got me to thinkin’. Conspiracy Theory. Changing definitions. hmm…. off to think now. TY All these layers of an onion in thinking… always another layer.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Nov 27, 2022 9:57 AM

Another way of saving all the climates is chopping down trees in North America with huge dinosaur machines run on diesel, mincing the wood up using huge diesel run chipping machines, transporting it across the Atlantic to Europe in huge diesel guzzling ships. Distributing it around the continent by diesel run trains and trucks where it becomes –

Biomass !

The greenest, most climate friendly fuel known to man.

(And, no, you can’t install a log burner, you climate denier !)

Mishko_
Mishko_
Nov 27, 2022 11:41 AM

Vibromass > Biomass /obscure /bygonedays

Edwige
Edwige
Nov 27, 2022 9:42 AM

“It is said that the most horrifying phrase ever is “we’re here from the government and we’re here to help.” Well… that’s not true anymore. Now it’s “we’re here from your favourite corporation and we’re here to make your life easier.””

It’s both – depending on issue and location.

UK shopping isn’t quite as bad as Canada (or maybe it is but I have just haven’t encountered it). I realised all UK supermarket “club cards” are a data-gathering front during lockdown when I i was trying to place a delivery for the first-time with a certain UK supermarket beginning with T and they were already recommending ‘Favourites’ (liberally interspersed with their own promotions that happened to be all toxic shit). Club cards are a classic Skinner system of positive re-inforcement. People will probably keep using them even after the “rewards” have gone – see John B. Watson and ‘Kerplunk’.

Anyway, departing all such systems and always paying cash at a staffed checkout are two small measures everyone can do.

May Hem
May Hem
Nov 27, 2022 11:12 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Hey Edwige, you might enjoy this short video on “Tesco and the Mark of the Beast”.

mangojuice
mangojuice
Nov 27, 2022 9:31 AM

Never understood the concept of ordering food (or most things) online…and not quite sure I understand the point of this article…
I get that not everyone lives close to a grocery store but most people, if they’re that far from a food store probably have more space to store / grow food and are more organized about carefully buying some long shelf life items in bulk etc.

“During the pandemic I got used to ordering my groceries online and having them delivered. A wonderful proposition particularly in winter.”

The “developed” world is fast turning into a place divided between those in the delivery chain and those who have everything delivered.

May Hem
May Hem
Nov 27, 2022 8:49 PM
Reply to  mangojuice

How can we arrange for the delivery drones to collide with the 5G infrastructure up on the telegraph poles?

Gosh – I must be an ‘eco-terrorist’ to come up with that idea.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Nov 28, 2022 5:15 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Just repeatedly shooting out the 5G gear would help. Cheap to do, expensive and a nuisance to repair, dead easy to shoot out again; and again… No gun? Try a Molotov Cocktail.

sok
sok
Nov 29, 2022 6:15 PM
Reply to  mangojuice

minus 40 outside, delivery sounds reasonable.

George Mc
George Mc
Nov 27, 2022 9:30 AM

“they can’t face what they really really want.”
 
Oh they can face what they really really want perfectly happily. It’s just that they know they can’t admit it blatantly.
 
Artificial “pregnancies” are a logical culmination for the desire to control the population. Just think : Those messy natural births have too many terrifying variables attached. First of all, you have two of those nasty brutish plebeians left to their own devices and thus capable (the horror!) of arriving at their own ideas about how to raise kids! The Science shall shortly assign such barbarism to the past.
 
“….we’re here to make your life easier.”
 
The ubiquitous call of the Huxleyan state. No longer an order booming from Big Brother but a kindly face on TV expressing deep sympathy and “helpful advice” (that you can’t refuse).
 
“I thought I had a new friend.”
 
A seemingly innocent throwaway remark but the centre of everything. Lockdown, distancing, masks etc. deprived everyone of that old-world of camaraderie they took for granted. We have effectively been put into sensory deprivation tanks and wait a whole new cast of “friends” to guide us.
 
Me mammy – approaching her centenary – is now logged into the online order foodstuff trolley. So far – just buying regular items but just hang on a bit. I myself have had to change my dog mixer order – the old brand now costing £38, the new one about half the price. I will examine the ingredients carefully.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Nov 28, 2022 5:19 PM
Reply to  George Mc
Maarten "merethan"
Maarten "merethan"
Nov 27, 2022 9:19 AM

This is a story very similar to the Ordering pizza in the future video that became sort of a cult classic.