The World Health Organization is the One Ring to Rule them All, and its written goal, inscribed in fiery letters along both sides of its band, is the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty. Fashioned by the Dark Lord of the Twenty-first Century, the United States of America, in its own iteration of Mount Doom, it only appears to yield US sovereignty to an external organisation.
In reality and practice, as this article will show, the Treaty will give Washington increased power over the G20 nations — the holders of the other ‘rings’ — and through them the rest of the Western World: not only its people but also its animals, its eco-systems, its resources. This, and not the health of the globe, is its dark purpose.
The Civil War
The World Health Organization, which since January 2020 has received $782 million in grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is a corporate-funded and lobbied agency of the United Nations without legal jurisdiction over the populations of its 194 member states — to which it acts, at least in principle, in an advisory role.
But that’s going to change soon.
On 3 March 2022, as lockdown regulations were revoked across Europe and NATO declared its proxy war on Russia, the European Council adopted a decision to authorise the opening of negotiations for an international Treaty on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response. Under the terms of this Treaty, the member-states of the World Health Organization will be legally bound to implement restrictions on human rights and freedoms — such as further lockdowns, mandatory face masking, compulsory gene therapy, a system of digital identity and programmes of surveillance and censorship — all on the judgement of the WHO.
The basis of this agreement is Article 19 of the Constitution of the World Health Organization, which states that the General Assembly of the WHO can adopt agreements that, if passed by a two-thirds majority, are binding on all member states. Under these agreements, nation states, including the UK and the 193 other members of the WHO, will in principle concede their sovereignty to decide which restrictions the elected executive and legislature of those nations will impose on their populations.
Crucially, once written into a legally-binding treaty, the efficacy or logic of these so-called ‘measures’ — none of which have been used before as responses to viral pandemics, all of which have been shown to be ineffective and many times more dangerous than the virus — will no longer be open to debate. Instead, the WHO will effectively become a global form of the UK’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, a corporate technocracy to which the governments of nation states can defer when they choose to, and which serves to depict undemocratic forms of governance as technical responses to new crises.
Like the World Economic Forum with which it entered into partnership on 11 March 2020 — the same day the World Health Organization declared the ‘pandemic’ — this unelected and unaccountable international technocracy is the new paradigm of governance to have emerged from under the cloak of the manufactured coronavirus ‘crisis’, and its globalist intentions become more apparent every day.
Behind the facade of democracy represented by our national governments, there is the rule of an increasingly authoritarian international technocracy, of which the United Nations and the European Commission are the models inherited from the past, and the World Health Organization and the World Economic Forum are those of the present.
The UK Government and Parliament is ready to sign up to the World Health Organization’s resolution on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response, for which more than 70 member-states, including the European Union and the UK, have advocated a strong and legally-binding international Treaty. It appears that, when it serves to expand and increase its power over the national population, the UK Government that was elected to an 80-seat majority on the back of the Brexit referendum is more than willing to cede UK sovereignty to global and technocratic forms of governance intent on reducing us to a neo-feudal form of capitalism.
In practice, however, rather than relieving nation-states of their sovereignty, this Treaty will allow national governments to justify and excuse the devastating consequences of lockdown restrictions, masking mandates, gene therapies and other biosecurity programmes as the technical decisions of an international health technocracy to which it is obligated by international law. When it is adopted, therefore, the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty will depoliticise and remove from either parliamentary or juridical contestation our governance by the Global Biosecurity State.
Behind its woke principles of inclusivity and a paternal state, ‘No one is safe until everyone is safe’ — the slogan that first entered public discourse in February 2021 and was quickly adopted by the G7, the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the European Union, GAVI and an ever-increasing number of Western governments, including the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Norway, Greece, Serbia, the Ukraine and the USA — is as perfect an expression of the totalitarian aspirations of the Global Biosecurity State as ‘Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer’ was of the Third Reich.
The adoption of this Treaty by every Western government, without a referendum, parliamentary vote, public debate or mention in the media, demonstrates that the facade of democracy these government struggled to maintain over two years of lockdown and ‘vaccine’ mandates has now been torn down, and we are now at war. And like every war waged by the West since 1945, it was started by the USA. What makes this one different and new is that it is being waged not only against nations not yet brought within the West’s axis of evil — Russia, China, Iran, etc. — but primarily against the civilian populations of the West itself. It is, therefore, as the text of the Treaty makes clear, a civil war, waged by governments against their own people.
The weapons of this war — for which the West’s proxy-war in the Ukraine is the continuation and justification — aren’t tanks and long-range missiles but Digital Identity, Central Bank Digital Currency and Gene Therapy. Its alliances are Agenda 2030 and the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty. Its campaigns are lockdowns and 15-minute cities. It’s battle-cries are ‘sustainability’, ‘inclusivity’ and ‘biosecurity’. And its peace terms, as we will see, are the complete surrender of the rights and freedoms of the populations of the West to the programmes of our enslavement. Don’t believe me? Then read on!
Obligations of the Treaty
Under the World Health Organization’s Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty, the first draft of which was published on 1 February, 194 countries will allocate 5 per cent of their health budgets and an as-yet-unspecified percentage of their Gross Domestic Product to implementing its Articles.
This will in effect, give the WHO control over a bigger budget than that of the US Department of Defence, and to similar ends. Here are some extracts from the draft of the Articles to which Parties to the Treaty will be legally bound (extracts are indented, italics are mine).
Article 4. Human Rights
II. The right to health — The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health, defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of age, race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition.
III. Sovereignty — States have, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of international law, the sovereign right to determine and manage their approach to public health, notably pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery of health systems, pursuant to their own policies and legislation, provided that activities within their jurisdiction or control do not cause damage to their peoples and other countries.
Article 5. Scope
The WHO CA+ [convention, agreement or other international instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response] applies to pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and health systems recovery at national, regional and international levels.
Article 7. Access to technology
III. During inter-pandemic times, all Parties shall:
- (a) coordinate, collaborate, facilitate and incentivize manufacturers of pandemic- related products to transfer relevant technology and know-how to capable manufacturers . . . including through product development partnerships.
- (c) encourage entities, including manufacturers within their respective jurisdictions, that conduct research and development of pre-pandemic and pandemic-related products, in particular those that receive significant public funding for that purpose.
Article 8. Regulatory strengthening
II. Each Party shall build and strengthen its regulatory capacities and performance for timely approval of pandemic-related products and, in the event of a pandemic, accelerate the process of approving and licensing pandemic-related products for emergency use.
Article 9. Increasing research and development
V. The Parties shall establish, no later than XX (sic), with reference to existing models, a global compensation mechanism for injuries resulting from pandemic vaccines (sic).
Article 10. WHO Pathogen Access and Benefit-Sharing System
Fair and equitable benefit-sharing
- (h) Such options shall include, but not be limited to: (i) real-time access by WHO to 20% of the production of safe, efficacious and effective pandemic-related products, including diagnostics, vaccines (sic), personal protective equipment and therapeutics, to enable equitable distribution, in particular to developing countries, according to public health risk and need and national plans that identify priority populations. The pandemic-related products shall be provided to WHO on the following basis: 10% as a donation and 10% at affordable prices to WHO; (ii) commitments by the countries where manufacturing facilities are located that they will facilitate the shipment to WHO of these pandemic-related products by the manufacturers within their jurisdiction, according to schedules to be agreed between WHO and manufacturers.
Article 11. Strengthening and sustaining preparedness
IV. Each Party shall, in accordance with international law, adopt policies and strategies, supported by implementation plans, across the public and private sectors and relevant agencies[…]and strengthen and reinforce public health functions for:
- (c) surveillance
- (h) creating and maintaining up-to-date, universal platforms and technologies for forecasting and timely information sharing, through appropriate capacities, including building digital health and data science capacities.
Article 14. Protection of human rights
II. Towards this end, each Party shall:
- (a) incorporate into its laws and policies human rights protections during public health emergencies, including, but not limited to, requirements that any limitations on human rights are aligned with international law, including by ensuring that: (i) any restrictions are […] necessary to achieve the public health goal and the least restrictive necessary to protect the health of people.
Article 15. Global coordination, collaboration and cooperation
I. The Parties recognize the need to coordinate, collaborate and cooperate […] with competent international and regional intergovernmental organizations.
II. Recognizing the central role of WHO as the directing and coordinating authority on international health work […] the WHO Director-General shall, in accordance with terms set out herein, declare pandemics.
Article 17. Strengthening pandemic and public health literacy
I. The Parties commit to increase science, public health and pandemic literacy in the population […] and tackle false, misleading misinformation and disinformation. In that regard, each Party is encouraged to:
- (b) conduct regular social listening and analysis to identify the prevalence and profiles of misinformation, which contribute to design communications and messaging strategies for the public to counteract misinformation, disinformation and false news, thereby strengthening public trust.
II. The Parties will contribute to research and inform policies on factors that hinder adherence to public health and social measures, confidence and uptake of vaccines (sic), use of appropriate therapeutics and trust in science and government institutions.
Article 18. One Health
III. The Parties will identify and integrate into relevant pandemic prevention and preparedness plans interventions […] including but not limited to climate change, land use change.
VI. The Parties commit to strengthen multisectoral, coordinated, interoperable and integrated One Health surveillance systems.
Article 19. Sustainable and predictable financing
I. The Parties:
- (c) commit to . . . allocating in its annual budgets not lower than 5% of its current health expenditure to pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and health systems recovery;
- (d) commit to allocate, in accordance with its respective capacities, XX% (sic) of its gross domestic product for international cooperation and assistance on pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and health systems recovery, particularly through developing countries.
II. The Parties shall ensure, through […] financing of global, regional and national systems, strengthening pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery of health systems […] particularly in developing countries.
III. The Parties shall promote […] funding for the development and strengthening of pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and health system recovery programmes of developing country Parties.
V. The Parties represented in relevant regional and international intergovernmental organizations and financial and development institutions shall encourage these entities to provide financial assistance for developing country Parties to support them in meeting their obligations under the WHO C+ [Treaty].
Article 21. The Governing Body for the WHO CA+
II. The Governing Body shall be composed of:
- (a) the Conference of the Parties (COP) , which shall be the supreme organ of the Governing Body, composed of the Parties and constituting the sole decision-making organ; and
- (b) the Officers of the Parties, which shall be the administrative organ of the Governing Body.
IV. The Officers of the Parties […]shall:
- (b) endeavour to make decisions by consensus; however, if efforts to reach consensus are deemed by the Presidents to be unavailing, decisions may be taken by voting by the President and Vice-Presidents.
Article 22. Oversight mechanisms for the WHO CA+
I. The Governing Body, at its first meeting, shall consider and approve cooperative procedures and institutional mechanisms to promote compliance with the provisions of the WHO C+ [Treaty] and also address cases of non-compliance.
Article 25. Reservations
I. No reservations or exceptions may be made to this WHO CA+ [Treaty].
II. A reservation incompatible with the object and purpose of the WHO CA+ shall not be permitted.
Even expressed in this euphemistic language of veiled threats and financial inducements, what this draft shows is that the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty is a convention, agreement and international instrument for:
- The annual expropriation of trillions of dollars of public funds from the coffers of signatory nations into the budget and administrative control of the World Health Organization;
- (With these public funds) the privatisation of global health care through outsourced contracts with the growing number of companies providing ‘pandemics products’ — from personal protection equipment and RT-PCR tests to gene therapies and surveillance technology — over a fifth of which the World Health Organization will have rights of distribution;
- (With these products) the monitoring and censorship of any opinion, data, evidence, arguments or knowledge that contradicts the pronouncements and judgements of the World Health Organization;
- (With this enforced consensus) the imposition and legal enforcement of the illegal regulations, programmes and technologies of global biosecurity on the populations of member nations, from lockdowns, mandatory masking and gene therapy to systems of digital identity and social credit, 15-minute cities and central bank digital currencies;
The Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty, therefore, is a declaration of war — a civil war — waged by the governments of the signatory nations against their civilian populations, the sovereignty of the elected legislatures of those nations, and the institutions for their democratic oversight and accountability. In place of which, the World Health Organization, through this Treaty, will exert the authority of the biosecurity arm of an unelected, technocratic, unaccountable, authoritarian and totalitarian World Government that merges the interests of the nation state with those of international corporations. The Treaty, in other words, is an instrument of twenty-first-century fascism.
The Principles of Biopower
So, how is all this being implemented on the justification of protecting our health? To answer this question, we need to understand the legally-enforceable principles that are being written into the World Health Organization’s Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty.
The first of these principles is the ‘One Health approach’, which the WHO doesn’t define in its draft of definitions (p. 9), but recognises that ‘all lives have equal value’ (p. 4). This extends the Treaty’s remit from prevention of pandemics to ‘optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems’ (p. 6).
In order to ‘better address any One Health-related issue’ arising from this drive to optimization, the World Health Organization has formed a ‘quadpartite’ with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Organisation for Animal Health and the United Nations Environment Programme — three more unelected technocracies. As a consequence of this principle, the Treaty recognizes health as ‘a precondition for, and an outcome and indicator of, the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development and the implementation of the [United Nations’] 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’.
Of particular concern to the WHO, and the justification for the Treaty’s extraordinary claim to 5 per cent of the health budget and an undisclosed percentage of the GDP of signatory nations, as well as the right of distribution over 20 per cent of all ‘pandemic products’, is that pandemics hamper the ability of ‘developing’ nations to implement the UN’s ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (p. 6).
This is what the WHO understands by ‘inclusiveness’ and ‘equity’ (p. 11) — two of its ‘guiding principles and rights’: that developing nations will be loaded with debt from the budgets of wealthier signatory nations and organisations like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, in order to implement Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that are designed allocate the flow of global capital to governments according to their compliance with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria. The WHO says nothing about the fact that SARS-CoV-2, which was manufactured into a crisis by these wealthier nations in collaboration with the WHO, left barely a trace on the overall mortality of the developing nations it is being used to justify the imposition on them of this model of debt.
Behind their UN branding, ESG criteria are formulated by US corporate asset managers like BlackRock, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, the same companies elected to ‘coordinate’ the $173.5 billions of investment in the Ukraine.
The Sustainable Development Goals written into the WHO Treaty, and of which ‘health’ is now a ‘precondition and indicator’, will further increase the monopoly of wealthy nations and international companies able to meet Environmental, Social and Governance criteria over poorer countries and smaller companies.
And those countries unable to fulfil these criteria, implement these goals or meet the repayments on their loans from doing both — particularly in the resource-rich ‘developing nations’ with which the Treaty is so concerned in Article 19 — will be ‘invited’ (just as the Ukraine has been ‘invited’) to hand over their assets to their creditors. This is what the Pandemic Treaty means by ‘Universal Health Coverage’, which the WHO defines as a ‘fundamental aspect of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through promoting health and well-being for all’ (p. 12).
It is also why the Treaty defines the ‘Central role of WHO’ as ‘the directing and coordinating authority on global health, and the leader of multilateral cooperation in global health governance’ (p. 12). To this end, under Article 4, ‘The right to health’ — which it defines as a by-definition never-attainable ‘state of complete physical, mental and social well-being’ — is now made ‘fundamental’ to human beings, ‘without distinction of age, race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition’ (p. 10).
What this means — or, rather, what it can be interpreted to mean — is that our now fundamental right to a utopian ‘complete well-being’ — legally upheld through, for example, lockdown restrictions, mandatory masking or gene therapy — will overrule the qualified rights to our political or religious beliefs, or the effect their enforcement will have on our economic or social condition. In other words, we can be forced to live in a totalitarian surveillance state, be imprisoned in our 15-minute grazing ranges, be isolated from our families and each other, be reduced to poverty and deprived of our freedom of movement, association, thought or expression — but at least we’ll be what the World Health Organization defines as ‘healthy’.
And if we disagree with that definition, under Article 17, we’ll be prohibited from expressing such ‘misinformation’ and ‘disinformation’ through the new technologies and programmes developed to enforce compliance. No matter how long it takes under lockdown, no matter how many mask we must wear, no matter how many courses of gene therapy we have to be injected with, we will learn, eventually, ‘to trust in science and government institutions’.
This is the founding principle of biopower, in which the former citizen’s right to health-care and treatment is turned, through changes to both legislation and the norms of thought and behaviour, into our legally enforced obligations to meet and comply with the regulations, programmes and technologies of the Global Biosecurity State. It’s over this new biopolitical paradigm of global governance that the World Health Organization will preside on behalf of its corporate and government funders. The Pandemic Treaty, therefore, will make the State of Emergency under which we lived for two years during lockdown the paradigm of our future governance — under which, on the justification of upholding our ‘right to health’, our lives will effectively be taken into the protective custody of this ‘global health government’.
The World Health Organization has made it clear that any signatory who fails to meet the obligations of the Treaty will be subject to ‘compliance mechanisms’ decided by member states. This means, in effect, by the United States of America, which remains the WHO’s largest single source of funding, having invested $1.178 billion in its programmes since 2020. So the Treaty will also act as an instrument for sanctions on Russia, China, Iran and other states not compliant with the ‘rules-based international order’ unilaterally imposed by the USA and collectively enforced by its economic, political, security and military allies.
As we saw in the threat made by the US Vice-President, Kamala Harris, at the Munich Security Conference this February, any signatory failing to implement the WHO’s legally-binding recommendations could, for example, be accused of ‘crimes against humanity’ justifying intervention by a WHO coalition — which is to say, once again, the US military — enforcing the ‘right to health’ of the citizens of the non-compliant nation.
Under Article 4, any signatory nation whose ‘approach to public health’ is deemed by the WHO to ‘cause damage to their peoples and other countries’ will be subject to such compliance mechanisms. And as we saw over the two years of lockdown, anything not compliant with government regulations — including, and perhaps above all, our thought and expression — can be deemed a threat to others.
Where once we cried ‘Hear come the peace-keepers!’ as the might and terror of the US military-industrial complex descended on any nation unfortunate enough to be worthy of ‘liberation’, in the future we will cry ‘Here comes the health-protectors!’ as hazmat-suited US-Marines invade and take over the governance, economy and resources of yet another dangerous country.
Since one of the purposes of the Treaty is to define what constitutes a ‘pandemic’ — which as we’ve had demonstrated can be manufactured by national governments and their media and declared by the World Health Organization — a pandemic justifying the enforcement of biosecurity restrictions can be declared in any country the US chooses at almost any time. With such financial inducements and geo-political motives to do so, why wouldn’t the WHO, as it says in Article 15(2), ‘declare pandemics’ where and when it is told to by its masters?
This is the intended purpose and ultimate goal of the Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty.
Simon Elmer is the author of two new volumes of articles on the UK biosecurity state, Virtue and Terror and The New Normal, which are available in hardback, paperback and as an ebook. Please click on these links for the contents pages, introduction and purchase options.
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The most genius aspect of this entire fraud is that an actual virus was never necessary to pull off the entire Scamdemic. All that was necessary was the fear that a ‘novel virus,” manufactured on a computer program and never isolated or purified in an individual said to be suffering from Covid19, existed and would kill you.
This is the single most imortant report on the whole internet right now. I hope to see it reproduced across all of the imortand news-sharing sites in the coming day’s and weeks!
Thank you for this very chilling breakdown of the plan and the stratery of our adversaries. News like this can only empower us – but only if it is widely distibuted!
The Ukraine is a distraction. The banking collapse is a distraction. “Multi-polarity” is a distraction – Because Russia and China seem very much to be in on this New Game of GLOBAL EMPIRE.
Thank you for a very well writen, very important article.
Paper claims 40,000+ excess deaths in Australia since the not-a-vax was introduced:
There’s also research from Denmark showing 10x the mortality among those with the DTP vax as those without.
The devil is always in the details. The most mundane things are often approved and accepted thoughtlessly, never reading or comprehending the real coats or details.
I took the time to read the full legal text of a local tax increase around 2020, it included a declaration of the State’s ownership of absolutely everything in their pretend space as collateral for this lending instrument. It said they own me, my house, my assets, my children present and yet born and the right to seize any or all for payment of the new debt. The details are scarier than my summary.
We moved to a different state where “homestead” is still viewed as a human right.
I think all good (you know, not infected with bio-weaponized disease) citizens, should write their own treaties, and mail them to the United Nations headquarters. Here’s the address: >
760 United Nations Plaza
New York City, New York,
I know there aren’t a lot of non-infected civilians around, but a couple hundred million mailings of personal treaties, might at least cause some congestion in local traffic…
A good companion to personal treaties would be what I’ve been advocating for quite some time: Customer Terms of Service. Every business on earth makes customers agree to its Terms of Service. Yet the businesses would all go belly up if not for their customers.
So who the hell OUGHT to have Terms of Service?
Hello Howard: Excellent idea. All these “businesses” utilize the Uniform Commercial Code (established in 1952). Uniform Commercial Code | Uniform Commercial Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute (cornell.edu)
The timing is interesting. As in: Let’s enforce Maritime Rule across all commercial “Codes”. Another interesting facet is that I DIDN’T SIGN THE AGREEMENT. My straw man signed it for me…
Most businesses assume the client (mark) is consenting to the contract unless otherwise notified. Jerry Day has an excellent video on renegotiating the contract.
Most people have no clue as to the bamboozle…
Another conspiracy theory arrives on the street:
Having analysed all that Dmitry discusses, long before him, considering the culprits & sacrificial lambs to slaughter, closely… I just wanted to say Thanks for the reminder, but we really need to Focus on Germany and its’ neighbours. . .
What would be a practical alternative to an international treaty. No treaties at all?. All nations pursuing their own ends, periodically launching missiles and/or nukes at one another, as differences arise??
Conceding that there might be some value in some sort of treaty, then the question then becomes ‘what should be its terms?’. The above treaty seems sufficiently vague to have pretty much every aspect of it disputed. ‘Misinformation’ could apply to both sides.
Actually, there does seem to be an alternative. As witnessed with Covid, treaties aren’t strictly necessary these days.
Just roll out the AI-backed propaganda organs, throw in a little bit of State coercion, click the ‘Start’ button and job done …
Maybe that is why the Human Rights Laws seem to be changing.
Dominic Raab and the Conservatives have been pushing to Reform Human Rights Laws or bringing in a watered down USA pseudo reality TV version called the British Bill of Rights.
The last 10 years of the Americanization of politics makes all this stuff sound strong, big liberating to the voter (when it is the opposite).
Right, the problem is that the fucking pesky people refuse to behave the way social engineers would like them to. They engage in all sorts of abominable shit, often stuff that goes against their interest, of which they – unlike the social engineers – are blissfully unaware because they’re stupid cunts given to gluttony, procrastination, general laziness, all sorts of nasty habits!
If only … this, that, or the other shit happened, everything would click in and we’d live happily ever after in a paradisaical nirvana.
Where only did I hear a crock of shit like that before? Oh yeah, I remember. In our little commie country where I was growing up. Where the apparatchiks forever whined that people don’t understand that the widespread penury and lack of freedom were actually good for them. Meanwhile, things were getting progressively more and more fucke dup.
Well, the apparatchiks were probably right because – as stated above – people are gluttonous cunts who’ll devour, eat up, destroy, pillage everything in sight like there is no tomorrow. Alas, what do you do, that’s the way we are. It’s the fault of the first motherfucker who started using his brains. We should have stayed nice and simple and stupid, like cats, or lions better still, and we wouldn’t have to do deal with problems involving all sorts of klauses anal schwabs. We’d simply bite the fucking head off of any cocksucker who’d fuck around and that would be it.
That’s not quite the case …
Bottom line: All sorts of things would work or work better IF … (select the favorite object of your wishful thinking). They fucking don’t. Live with it. And WORK WITH WHAT IT IS, NOT WITH WHAT YOU WISH IT SHOULD BE.
Trans now linked with pro-choice (Graud):
“SNP leadership candidates urged to commit to abortion clinic buffer zones
Concerns that Scotland lagging behind rest of UK as anti-abortion protests continue outside clinics
Carrying placards reading “unborn lives matter”, “keep trans ideology out of our schools” and “a man can’t become a woman”, speakers described abortion as “evil” and “wicked” to the modest group of protesters. A much larger crowd joined an adjacent counter-protest, with people dancing and singing Bonnie Tyler and Spice Girls hits on a karaoke machine.”
In short, another contrived protest scene. But it’s interesting that, just as trans sneaked in on the back of LGB, they are now using the abortion issue.
When will they ever learn? Protests always go belly up when they try to cram too much into one outing – especially when the things protested don’t really go together.
Yes, they’ve gone crazy with the trans stuff; but really what does that have to do with abortion? Are they now going to abort fetuses after determining that the fetus is turning out to be the wrong sex and it will be sooo unhappy? (I wouldn’t put it past them!)
Penelope, you’re a) a complete idiot or b) in denial, possibly both and who knows what on top of that.
First, it’s not about the many acres but about the fuel, and the cost thereof (meaning actual cost, not financial cost), needed to produce stuff and move it around.
Let me put it real bluntly for you – the current population size is surviving only thanks to the availability of fuel/energy at the cost at which it is presently available. Or I’d better say, more generally, that the survival of the population regardless of its size functioning on globalization basis as is the case with us, meaning that we do not live off the land we live on, but depend on land elsewhere, depends on the availability of a commensurate quantity of energy/fuel/resources. Again, this is not the financial cost, that’s the physical cost, the thermodynamic equation.
The various ways of screwing with energy price through the monetary system, which no doubt take place, have nothing to do with that.
Wrap your skull conditioned by centuries of abundance driven by the discovery of stuff rich in energy, i.e. coal, oil, gas, around it once and for all!
Even if these fuels replenished themselves, and they probably do because there is no reason why the processes that created those we’ve burned already shouldn’t continue, there is a point at which extraction will exceed the rate of replenishment, and your model slides into deficit.
The current model of ever-increasing use of energy would only work on condition that a) fossil fuels were available in essentially unlimited quantities, b) their burning would create no ecological deficit, c) some other source of energy is discovered that is capable of replacing fossils (electricity ain’t it – it’s not even a primary source of energy, it’s only a medium, unless you’re talking about fucking lightning bolts – good luck trying to collect juice from them – maybe you could go outside with a battery and try to recharge it with the next lightning bolt the next time there is a storm), d) such a source of energy and its use does not create physical or ecological deficit (the financial aspect is irrelevant, money is a piece of shit that has no relevance in regard to physical, biological, and ecological phenomena).
Is the world at present in deep shit because energy deposits are dwindling and will soon be unable to support the current way of life? I don’t fucking know. Maybe not right now. Maybe not for quite some time. Maybe we are.
Has anybody asked why COVID – WHICH WAS A MONETARY, FINANCIAL, ECONOMIC EVENT that had nothing to do with health/disease – happened? Why now? Didn’t they do just fine ripping off the world through the sick consumerist schemes prior to 2020? Obviously, the system ran aground, exhausted itself.
Fuck, I don’t like the PTB’s any more than the next dissenter. I enjoyed the unlimited freedoms of the pre-2020 world too. But I’m not gonna stick my head in the sand because of that and deny any of the above.
Great comment – thank you. It should have been posted a couple days earlier – then you could have gotten more than a paltry 3 downvotes!
Fossil fuel – if you hadn’t already picked up on that – is one of the Alt Right’s sacred cows. No one better ever say it might run out or they’re in for it!
There’s plenty of energy around. The sun isn’t going anywhere, nor the wind, nor the tide. Plenty of atoms in the universe ready to be split or fused (fission, fusion). Plants are quite happy to contribute to the process via photosynthesis (though time is a factor there).
The problem isn’t lack of energy it’s a lack of ways to extract it either efficiently or safely. There are also methods of making fossil fuels, I believe (coal can be made in 24 hours in a laboratory), though probably not on a global scale
There is in fact only one major source of energy, namely the Sun. Most everything else is the result of solar energy. The only exceptions are nuclear and tide.
If you can’t extract energy efficiently, meaning that you need to invest more energy that you harvest, you very simply have fuck all a.k.a. big shit a.k.a. no fucking energy.
My guess is that this would be the case with making coal in laboratory – just the thought of something stupid like that makes me piss myself laughing. Please, have mercy on me!
There is NOTHING, that is nada, zilch, fucking rien du tout, anywhere close to fossils that could be used to sustain the current globalized socioeconomic model.
If fossils are dwindling or when they do, we’re fucked. People will have to go local and live off the land they inhabit, whatever that land has to offer. You can dream of all sorts of phantasmagoria, but this is the harsh reality of the physical world that can’t be cheated by wishful thinking, monetary machinations, or anything else.
Who would kill Magufuli? Who would forget such a scientifically educated president? How many presidents have died with uncertain causes of death, and then had their recent dealings with NGOs immediately reversed upon their deaths? Nothing to see here.
One Health, the one to rule them all, gains its truly totalitarian scope in the noted quadpartite formation among alphabet agencies of global governance. Health, in all its Orwellian associations, will involve not just human health, but food and animal and environmental health, in effect anything that has to do with life on a locked down planet permanently subject to emergency states of siege. If covid can’t cut it next false flag flu season, there’s always bird flu or mad cow disease redux, or the hot air of global warming, or whatever the Science invents (‘discovers’). Every living ‘thing’ is to be prey to bio(in)security. How convenient for extermination!
No wonder the psychopaths in charge are pulling out all the stops in guaranteeing the bogus approval process for this ‘treaty’, far beyond all the tricks of ‘free’ trade agreements of neoliberalism’s class war to create the infrastructure for new world (dis)order, so that supply chain scarcity, financial destabilization, and other means of economic warfare may march entire populations into final solutions, like CBDCs and programmable behavior. If we the people had any substantive organized resistance in place, we’d be greeting the World Hoax Organization the same way the Zapatistas welcomed NAFTA with revolution, carving out some corner of the earth, a parallel society, where more just, egalitarian human relations might prevail.
But no, even if our masters openly announce their plans, even if more people wise up, the sheer inertia of bizzness as usual keeps pulling us along. Many will tell themselves again, after all the history of mass murder to the contrary, that our despots are enlightened and couldn’t contemplate such malevolence as genocide/democide/omnicide, and that the rule of law, fronting for the law of rule, will preserve ‘our’ way of life just so long as we keep going along to get along.
Bizzness as usual is conspiracy, hidden in plain sight every day by a long established system of backroom deals, top-down controls, that socially engineer compliance with the death march of capital from city hall to capitol hill to UN headquarters. But like dogs on command, people still salivate to ‘conspiracy theory’ as the world drowns in organized corruption and criminality.
As for those who are awake, we’re not awake enough until we unite to fight.
All of their hoped-for surveillance and control depends on the 5G boxes and ‘towers’ in neighborhoods everywhere.
and the encroaching 6G. Also the AI surveillance in cells/mobiles and ever constnat computers.
Thank you OFFG for this article. You preserve my sanity. Our reality is terribly,terribly grim…but it would be so much worse if there weren’t your articles to confirm that I am not mad, it really is happening. You really are seeing the same rubbish on MSM as me.
The first person who, having enclosed a plot of land, took it into his head to say this is mine and found people simple enough to believe him was the true founder of civil society. What crimes, wars, murders, what miseries and horrors would the human race have been spared, had some one pulled up the stakes or filled in the ditch and cried out to his fellow men: “Do not listen to this imposter. You are lost if you forget that the fruits of the earth belong to all and the earth to no one!
”WHO will not end humanity, and we will win.”
The house of cards is about to collapse – with Dr Astrid Stuckelberger and Pascal Najadi:
Thanks. Nice to see something positive. Gonna look at that. I hope and pray you are right
Our English Constitution, the top law of the land forbids the signing of this sort of document. Time we got familiar with it, I think. That way we can act lawfully and legally when doing what is necessary to protect the realm, whatever it is.
It is treason in any country. As the article mentions, most of the “free trade” agreements are undemocratic. In fact, they are treasonous. They extend to matters far beyond trade. It would not be that bad if a participant country could withdraw. This is like joining a religion you cannot leave.
Treason indeed. I contend that wars and invasions all succeed through treason. First Roman invasion of British Isles to set up change agents to buy off malcontents and make them traitors – Second invasion: guaranteed success. Norman invasion- Infiltration already accomplished-Harold with an arrow in his eye sounds like a secret society signal to me. After a first attempt at storming London they were allowed in and did a deal with the City (capital C), probably already arranged. Not to mention the previous softening up Viking raid on Yorkshire.
Also- the amount of deflection trolling and gaslighting on this thread suggests that the article is close to the bone.
Hello NixonScrypes: There ya go, trying to make sense out of it. Let’s just ignore the true Magna Carta of 1215…
The peasants would rather accept all the corporate Chancery artifacts and autocratic nonsense which followed… That way, they can complain on tens of millions of web sites, and never get a clue as to what situations evolved their enslavement…
I doubt if the peasants could even read the original charter or knew it got vaccinated later. It’s different now though, we’ve been edumacated and know even less about who owns us.
No individual person has any right to own any piece of this planet, this land.
Thieves have no right to anything they stole.
No amount of agreements and treaties among the thieves can have the right to anything.
Politicians and their treaties, nothing but bs.
Yothu Yindi – Treaty:
It’s not about “rights”. Ownership is an illusion. It is. Nobody really “owns” anything.
However, human societies tend to organise themselves in possessive hierarchies. And the least violent way to possession is within a legal framework of ownership.
Abolishing possession (not that you could) would lead to enormous misery and hardship. And there’s more than enough of that already.
You’re not going to change the world by virtue signalling.
Ownership was severely restricted in the communist societies and it only resulted in decay and loss of motivation.
People like to own shit.
They need something to compensate for their short dysfunctional dicks.
Careful, Kurt. Your true colors are showing– you and your bosses.
My bosses? Never had one, both figuratively and literally.
You’re an example par excellence of the very kind of thinking practiced by the covidian woke sheeple. Just like them, if somebody expresses a thought that doesn’t fit your dogmatic orthodoxy, you accuse them of being on the leash of some boss, having ulterior motives, where the message is – be part of our Borg and dare not say anything that goes against our whimpering or else.
Well, fuck you. I’ll say whatever I want and however I want. If you disagree and want to have an informed exchange with an open, objective mind, I’m game. If you wanna shut me, or anybody else, up, however implicitly, you can go fuck yourself.
You’re a weird fucking dude man.
Not being part of your Borg seems weird only to you. For freedom-loving people, it’s completely natural.
I don’t think its only me, but whatever floats your boat.
Everybody should have a boss – once.
Primitive understanding of property ownership drives from the necessity for survival of the regular use of various objects (properties) to protect ourselves from the forces of nature.
Unlike wild animals whose offspring is equipped with the necessary sharp instinct and strength to face nature (including potential predators) alone a few days if not a few hours after birth, offspring of humans (and to a certain extent domesticated animals) are biologically weak, unprepared against the heat, cold, hunger, and the unexpected in nature (I’ve read stories of babies disfigured or even eaten by dogs, cats,…); hence human offspring stick to their parents an incomparably longer time. This biological unpreparedness extends to the entire lifespan of humans, that’s why we need houses, means for heating, tools for regular personal use, hence property. Property is use-value. Since the Neolithic, another kind of property emerged: exchange-value: it’s the house I own but never lodge in, I don’t need; the third car I’ve never set foot in, nor will; the enclosed hundreds acres I own but never use; and all the commodities me by X for the use of Y. It’s this kind of property, the lucrative property, the exchange value, not the home I live in, the tools that serve me or the toothbrush I use, that sickened the human species.
Bingo! People who denounce ownership of private residential property, generally have no property nor personal rights to defend. They are serfs -paying “lucrative” rent to officialdom.
Lol! This site should be Middlesbrough’s ‘International’ Bongo Club complaints in English imo.
The Brutal Brainy Biped
A star which uses up it’s fissionable fuel collapses into a black hole, a red or white dwarf. Some explode in supernovas. The 3.5 billion year old phenomenon of life will also burn out because that is the way of the universe. The evolutionary process from the unicellular beginnings produced an incredible variety of species. The process would of course eventually produce a creature that would be capable of transcending the constraints that other species experience. This new species would adapt to every environment, ward off predators and even alter the environment for what it believed were it’s own interests. When sections of humanity developed a sustainable lifestyle, they would be wiped out by those had learned new tricks. As in Australia. Until the eighteenth century vast numbers of marsupials of a vast number of species existed in a number of different climatic zones. There were also the mysterious monotremes, the echidna and the platypus. All this ended when the banksters decided to settle it with West European islanders. The country has in two centuries been transformed beyond recognition. 95% of the forests have been cleared to produce sugar and dairy and other toxic shit. It will take you 30 years to locate a wild platypus if you try hard. The fuel is running out and the whole infrastructure will collapse spectaculary in the not too distant future. Yahweh is an artificial cinstruct and can’t help. The creator is not an interventionist and omnipotent entity.
Ah, so this is what the Lineker thing has been about – allowing BBC staff to become social media influencers:
German Health Minister admits serious side-effects from the vaccination (that’s not a vaccination):
There is a pandemic. The vaccination creates the V warning on all the paperwork. If you want to spike it you can put some black tobacco. Cigars maybe. The V warning is pretty big on the tobacco products and if you look at the notes there is pyramids and deserts etc. There is V warnings everywhere once they are pointed out.
Its Ancient because you’d cough up clear bronchial and spit flem out.
The danger for the US comes not from the WHO. Instead, it comes their own Public Health Fascists. Likewise for the UK and all other developed nations.
Jun 21, 2021
By Chris Nelson. June 21, 2021. A law signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will allow for the Florida Department of Health to forcibly vaccinate Florida residents. S.B. 2006 was signed into law by DeSantis on May 3, 2021 and immediately hailed as a major victory by many medical freedom advocates. The law bans so-called “Vaccine Passports” and adds certain restrictions on state and local governments during a declared public health emergency. A little known and little spoken of section of the law, which will go into effect July 1, states: [see below]
In the mass frenzy to applaud Governor DeSantis for banning Vaccine Passports, this section of the law was paid little attention. While this exact wording already exists in 2018 Florida Statute 281.00315 (Read here: . . . 2018/381.00315) it has further been strengthened by this new law. Bottom line, in a declared public health crisis you can be forcibly vaccinated in the State of Florida and Governor Ron DeSantis has added his stamp of approval to this policy. Read SB 2006 in its entirety here:
A little known and little spoken of section of the law, which will go into effect July 1, states:
2018 Florida Statutes
The State Health Officer is responsible for declaring public health emergencies, issuing public health advisories, and ordering isolation or quarantines.
4. Ordering an individual to be examined, tested, vaccinated, treated, isolated, or quarantined for communicable diseases that have significant morbidity or mortality and present a severe danger to public health. Individuals who are unable or unwilling to be examined, tested, vaccinated, or treated for reasons of health, religion, or conscience may be subjected to isolation or quarantine.
a. Examination, testing, vaccination, or treatment may be performed by any qualified person authorized by the State Health Officer.
b. If the individual poses a danger to the public health, the State Health Officer may subject the individual to isolation or quarantine. If there is no practical method to isolate or quarantine the individual, the State Health Officer may use any means necessary to vaccinate or treat the individual.
(Rolls eyes). Because there are no public health fascists in the WHO. (Obvs.)
The key word in my statement is “danger”.
With minor correction:
The danger for the US comes not from the WHO. Instead, it comes [from] their own Public Health Fascists. Likewise for the UK and all other developed nations.
The adjective “own” in the second sentence implies that there are other Public Health Fascists.
Remember when @joerogan and his ilk would cry about “free speech!” when college kids would protest(speech) people? How did they react to Ron Desantis actually assaulting free speech on college campuses? Not a word, but he gets Rogans endorsement.
Ron Desantis stands up for freedoms”-extremely gullible man-child and neocon shill @joerogan
That’s interesting. So theyre trying to frame a law against political indoctrination in universities as an attack on the “freedom of speech” of universities who want to indoctrinate their students by suppressing freedom of speech
He never used it to mandate the faux ‘vaccine’. There are real threats out there if not “controlled” and unfortunately many people are not educated enough to see the unforeseen disasters that may loom. At 69, I am vaxxed to the max (not with the silly experimental shot, mind you), but with life saving ones that perform how they were intended too.
Until he does!
Ahh another soothsayer!
No, it’s history and human nature:
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
What do they need a tyrannical power for if they have no intention of being tyrants – or of pathing the road to tyranny?
Oh dear… wow…
What I find so amusing about the commentators here is that you think that you have lived life in a terrible society! Well as a South African living through the disgusting mindless years of Apartheid which I, (in my small way), helped dismantle. So I watch what you are fearful of with wry bemusement. We are living that right now under the fucking ANC. I am deeply concerned about any type of draconian legislation, but believe me what has happened to the US over the past 6 years plus is borderline anarchy with the Democrats approval and it’s not over.
Btw, we have just had the second “emergency” disaster legislation passed by those wonderful “liberal” commies the world thought were liberators.
We are waiting for the ax to come down on us as it did during the fake covid shit.
Last update from the financial and banking sector (via Wall Street on Parade):
“California state regulators shut down Silicon Valley Bank during market hours on Friday, creating mayhem in the stock market’s banking sector. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has been appointed the receiver at the bank. The FDIC issued a statement on Friday [last] indicating that only insured depositors (those with $250,000 or less at the bank) will have full access to their money by Monday. As of December 31, Silicon Valley Bank had $209 billion in assets and $175 billion in total deposits, making it the second largest bank failure in U.S. history, after Washington Mutual which failed in September 2008 during the Wall Street financial crisis. Tragically, according to SEC filings, more than $150 billion of Silicon Valley Bank’s deposits were uninsured, leaving hundreds of the tech startup companies it served unsure of how to make payroll next week.”
From same source: Silvergate, a crypto-related bank is collapsing too.
Banks collapse all the time will you say; I don’t know how often they collapse but these two bank failures (one gone, the other looking for a buyer) happened the same week.
Perhaps Central Banks in partnership with governments are cleaning up the field [that has run its course] for the introduction of interest bearing Central Bank digital currencies which technically don’t require commercial banks.
FEDNow, a real-time payment system will be launched mid-2023. System payments have been historically a private sector prerogative, it’ll be probably taken over as a public service (commercial banks and other financial institutions cannot compete with Central Banks which are legal monopolies.)
Also Fedaccount(*), a retail account at the CB is being discussed in dark rooms to be offered to the public with more benefits than offered by commercial banks. That’s where CBDC will be hosted.
My guess and looking from a distance, the banking system, having had trouble with concomitant low interest rate + low inflation since the GFC is being slowly purged and its function taken over by the State.
(*) Look up a 2018 Roosevelt Institute paper titled: “Central Banking for All: A Public Option for Bank Accounts”
Fortunately, there is a movement against this. Probably controlled-op, but we’ll see … https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/us-legislators-introduce-bill-would-prohibit-creation-american-cbdc
I believe you’re right. The bill reads:
“Except as specifically authorized under this Act, a Federal Reserve bank may not offer products or services directly to an individual, or maintain an account on behalf of an individual, or issue a central bank digital currency directly to an individual.”
As to the specifics, Rep. Emmer stated: “Any digital version of the dollar must uphold our American values of privacy, individual sovereignty, and free market competitiveness. Anything less opens the door to the development of a dangerous surveillance tool,” to which, how could it be otherwise, the officials of the FED will hurry to ensure that CBDC covers all that, so problem solved. Politics!!
Another one, Signature Bank, bites the dust. That makes three of them in less than two weeks.
These three banks all start with the letter “S” – SVB, Silvergate, Signature. Wonder what that means?
These sudden bank collapses are just a tiny tip of an iceberg of corruption that is now beginning to be revealed.
There is so much more to this story and you can expect more US banks to collapse, spreading globally to a country near you.
We will be hearing much more about this.
Aussie journalist Brendan O’Connell has been on to this for some time. He gives an in-depth view here:
Interesting interview with Mike Gill. Thanks for the link.
Is the world overpopulated? Well, it is true only if you squeeze people to live in 3% of the country’s total land. Take a look for example at how land is distributed and utlized in the U.S.
Or how it is distributed and utlized in the U.K. where 60% of land is owned by private individuals!
So, the world is overpopulated in some “cities” but definitely it is massively underpopulated when we take the country as a whole.
If we could gather all earth population in one place, the size of land that we would need to accommodate 8 billion people comfortably is the size of Texas.
One writer said: “if the entire world population lived in Texas, we would still be less crowded than New York City. Texas has over 268,000 square miles of land for a planet of 8 billion-plus people. That would equate to approximately 30,000 people per square mile. Manhattan, on the other hand, boasts 67,000 people per square mile!”
The alt media lone patsy gunman boogieman RE: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation doesn’t own the land in the USA, it was sold and privately own long before they was promoted to you by people who are funded by them as the new alt media covid boogieman.
You tragically don’t understand what the problem with overpopulation is.
The problem is not a lack of space, but the amount of land necessary to produce food and – most importantly – the availability of energy and resources needed to produce food and to have it transported to consumers.
The whole fucking population of New York would die within days if they had to live off the land they inhabit. The land they actually “occupy” is much larger and, because of the complicated supply chains, spans pretty much over the whole fucking world. AND IT ALL HINGES ON THE AVAILABILITY OF CHEAP ENERGY. Namely what’s referred to as fossil fuels. Without energy, not only wouldn’t be people able to get stuff from the places where they outsource its production, but the fucking stuff wouldn’t get produced in the first place because energy is needed to power machinery too, since human, or animal, labor would simply be unable to support the kind of economy we have today.
It’s not about the size of the fucking land and the size of the fucking population but about FUCKING ENERGY. Get it through your head.
These imbecilic remarks about Texas and New York are like a bad dream! Are people really that myopically stupid?
The human population doesn’t need to be trapped within the same wank systems of supply and energy use, you shortsighted dickhead. Those systems exist to entrap populations and squeeze them until they bleed money.
There is no overpopulation of the planet. There is over use, because we behave like fucking maniacs chomping and grabbing at every fucking thing that’s shoved toward our greedy hands and mouths.
People who run around like their arse is on fire, screaming about population overshoots and praying for a drastic reduction in numbers are simply misanthropic, sad bastards who can’t perceive of any way humans can live in harmony with their incredible home and each other.
But keep thinking like a parasite, it’s exactly what they want you to do.
I appreciate that you’re not as stupid as your attempts to blame the current predicament on somebody might suggest. To an extent you understand the problem.
First, the overuse is a biological phenomenon. Any species that stumbles upon abundance of cheap supplies will proliferate, multiply, overconsume to a point where they eat all the shit up and there is none left to feed their gluttonous cakeholes. Humans are no exception – yes, we are greedy fucks. Is that fucking news to you? Ts ts …
Wrap your thick head around it – it’s not about the population size or the land size. It’s about the availability of energy and the energy return on energy invested.
You can kick and scream all you want and you can blame this, that, the other fucking thing. Still, the inherent flaws in our economic model simply won’t go away.
And as far as “money”, give me a break. Money has nothing to do with nothing. This is a PHYSICAL problem.
Wow, how did you manage to post this comment. I mean, you pretend that you don’t use energy.
Don’t be so obtuse.
Not that I take this up/down-votes too seriously, but looking at the count now, I’d like to say for the record that there are nine fucking idiots somewhere out there who literally can’t put two and two together and/or prefer to live with the head stuck in the sand.
Let me try to explain again.
Take a look at all the stuff that you consume in your life. Food, things, goods, cars, furniture, all of it. And try to imagine how much land is needed to produce all the shit. Obviously, that amount of space is vastly larger than the municipality where you live. And that is the size of the land that you occupy, at least vis-a-vis your current consumption.
That’s not that important, however, there probably is more than enough space on Earth.
What’s important is that to produce all the shit and to get all of it to your door, you need energy. And you also need energy to produce the stuff, to procure resources, raw materials, to make fertilizer, all sorts of stuff. In other words, the current model works so that the living space you need to provide for your needs is outsourced to various parts of the world from which the shit you keep shoveling down your throat is transported USING ENERGY, i.e. FUEL.
The ENERGY is what matters. Were it not available, the scheme would collapse nearly instantaneously. People – such as in New York – would kill each other over the remaining loafs of bread, then they would eat shit (literally) for a while, then they’d croak. Whoever remained would be forced to live on a patch of land that would be able to sustain their living needs (they wouldn’t have energy to bring the fucking stuff from elsewhere).
So, it all depends on the availability of energy/fuel. Is there enough of it? Is it close to being depleted? I don’t know. My guess is that there is probably enough of it now for some time still, but it’s taking more energy to harvest energy, i.e. energy is becoming more “expensive” (not in terms of fucking money but in terms of extractability). Plus, there will simply be a point where not only the supply of energy exceeds the need for it, but also where the abovedescribed movement of shit becomes too hot, especially considering the debt-driven economy that depends on continuing growth.
Are the PTB fucks fucking with people? For sure. Are people stupid fucks because the overconsume? Unfortunately yes. Does any of that mean that the above inherent problem in the way the world functions doesn’t exist? Fuck no. It does.
Wait, wait, you mean even if I have a couple of acres I cannot produce enough to feed even myself? You mean unless my land has a source of water crops won’t even grow nor will animals be able to live? You mean we live in a highly complex system that cannot just be stopped on a dime and turned into a fully sharing economy where everybody shares everything because we will that to be? You mean my electric car has an actual carbon footprint (to use a current dumb example and I don’t really have an electric car) from whatever power plant may produce the electricity so I can plug it in? Why no Kurt, please say that isn’t so! Please just go along and let us live in the fantasy that we can stop all this nasty waste tomorrow if we just tried hard enough, and if enough greedy assholes were gotten rid of, and if we all stopped screaming about shortage of resources and just lived the dream!
Sorry for the snark, but I remember reading a bit about complex systems on another blog long ago. The guy who wrote those essays was a complex systems analyst, and by God he was so frustrated with those of us who did not want to see that it cannot all be stopped on a dime, that the latest “elections” would change nothing, and we cannot just run away to the woods and grow enough to feed even ourselves without additional inputs from outside those woods. I always had to go away and think about what he’d written for a couple days, and I wanted to argue with him that he was wrong. He wasn’t. Not at all.
Those who think we can magically turn this around overnight are sadly mistaken and willfully naive if they think that won’t cause a lot of deaths. They are like those who think if we just put up enough solar panels everything will be fine, without taking into account the ENERGY it takes to build said solar panels or the finite nature of the minerals involved. But maybe that’s what some prefer. There are subtle shills for the Great Reset, we know that, but there are also people who don’t stop to think just how those dreams of a sharing utopia are a lot harder to get to in real life than they’d care to know. To me, those are the ones who will inadvertently go right along with the culling of the herd, as long as it’s only the greedy assholes who are culled. Which is certainly not what will happen and when it’s too late to deny that anymore, many of those same will scream at the rest of us who tried to warn them that we did not try hard enough. Or we did not do it right. Or some such other bullshit to deflect the blame for their own willful refusal to see hard, physical reality.
Agree totally. And I appreciate your comments because as much as I get by myself just fine, it’s nice to know that there is a handful, if not more, other people on the planet who use their eyes to see, ears to hear, and brains to think.
Here is an interesting website: https://un-denial.com/
I might not agree with all of it, but the guy has a point.
I don’t know if you’re acting like an idiot intentionally so I’ll be kind: Nobody has said that we can continue to live as we do and expect some utopian ideal with unlimited energy that will solve the obvious issues of over consumption and resulting devastating environmental harm.
Numbers do not need to reduce. There is no overpopulation. The way we live as humans needs to change.
You appear to believe that humans are just generally predisposed to destroying the world we inhabit, at odds with our own home and other life and incapable of living as we once did. You are of course wrong.
A natural, symbiotic life has been corrupted, altered and obscured by a tiny faction of humans, purposely bending the beliefs, actions, will and strength of humanity to their own ends.
A similar way of life to the current one is not possible. Energy is not the problem. Population overshoot is not the problem. It is the intentional brainwashing of people into believing there is no other way to live as a human and be content and be free.
Your problem is that your project your preferences into your thinking and consequently draw the kind of conclusions you wanna hear.
The problem of overpopulation consists of the fact that the sustainability of a population depends on available resources/energy and the economic model that operates all the stuff. In a nutshell, humans have fucked themselves into a corner, where the sharp rise in population size in the last centuries has been driven by fossil fuels. Without them, humans are fucked – the current socioeconomic scheme could not be sustained.
You’re whining that people are stupid cunts and if only they weren’t we’d live in Paradise. Unfortunately, the stupid cuntiness appears to be an integral part of human nature and you have to incorporate that into your thinking. In a perfect world, it would be easy to devise a workable scheme, but the work isn’t perfect.
People will be intentionally brainwashing, you gotta live with that. The alternative is fact checking, cancelling people spreading disinformation – does that ring a bell?
I think that we generally agree on the overall picture, but the difference is that I see, or try, things for what they are, whereas you project too much wishful thinking in stuff.
Kurt replying to Kurt. The algorithm has malfunctioned.
I don’t understand your red arrows.
It’s patently obvious that it’s not physical space per se.
Energy is the key IF WE WANT THE LUXURIES THAT WE NOW TAKE FOR GRANTED.
If you’re happy to live on a handful of rice or gruel with no lighting, fridge, transport or heating then you could happily pack in a few thousand an acre with a few acres for rice production.
Oh, but don’t get sick because there is no money for doctors or their training.
Sorry, nearly forgot, don’t, whatever you do, have a crop failure. That’s really bad !!
At the end of the day your nice little commune will starve and freeze and suffer but guess what !
You will still pay the rent to the big man in the big house.
I get the sense that you somehow roughly understand what’s going on, but you’re conflating so many issues that it makes you rant completely incoherent.
This is not about paying the big man in the big house, as much as that might be an issue, one way or another.
This is about the fundamental underlying physical laws that govern everything else.
Why don’t you try to look at humans as a species, just like any other species, and free yourself from the various abstract schemes through which humans have organized their lives, and observe how these pesky two-legged idiots behave vis-a-vis nature.
That would be 12 fucking idiots now, and counting ….
Kurt my dear chap, Regurgitating Malthusian nonsense with a load of F-words thrown in doesn’t lend anymore weight to your argument. Maybe Thomas Malthus was wrong. And maybe oil isn’t a fossil fuel anyway. Maybe oil is a replenishing resource that spurts from the inner earth like mother nature’s life blood…..So many maybes. The truth is we don’t know. But I prefer ‘maybes’ to F-words. I also prefer Julian Simon’s philosophy to Thomas Malthus’.
Well, maybe oil is a replenishing resource.
In that case, the foregoing applies insofar as the rate at which replenishes does not fall below the rate at which it is exhausted (taking into account SOLELY the use of energy and disregarding pollution and other environmental factors).
You have any credible data on that?
Plus, given the fact that our economic model requires continuing growth to be sustained, which translates into the fact that sooner or later more so-called fossil fuels will be extracted than replenished, if they replenish at all.
They probably do because that’s how they were created in the first place – but highly likely not fast enough to keep up with how we’re burning them.
Why you get so hot under the collar when I point out a few simple logical facts, I understand not. Seems like you live in denial.
I don’t know shit about some Malthus, whoever he is. I’ve figured all this on my own.
You make a good point about our current economic model requiring continuous growth. That certainly has been the capitalist model of growth for the last few centuries. I wonder though if the current global governance model of ESGs and One Health aren’t designed, in part at least, to address that historic fact. It seems like our current economic system of is being deliberately ‘reset’ in favour of a new system that limits natural growth and inhibits human progress. On balance, I think I prefer the old way.
If I go out on a highly heretical limb, I might even conclude that some, if not a lot, of the seemingly oppressive crap being foisted on people makes some, if not a lot of, sense.
If a Peak Oil-like event is reality, in other words an approaching physical scarceness of energy, than slowing down is the only option.
Note that I’m not expressing any likes, dislikes, or preferences. I’m simply making observations and, hopefully, drawing logical conclusions.
Yes, I see your point. I guess the big question is whether or not we really are running out of resources as the Malthusian disciples like Paul Erlich preach or whether Julian Simon was right in his findings that “most humans leave behind more than they take”. I prefer to have an optimistic view like Simon. But I respect your views too. Nice chatting with you.
Exactly. That’s the big question. Even though it can be argued that even if we’re not running out of stuff now, the trajectory is such that we at some point will, not to mention that continuing growth does not necessarily make sense. Why “progress” indefinitely? Can’t we “stagnate” for a while? Do we really need a new car every 10, then every 5, then every 2 years and soon every months? Ditto everything else.
What I say are not necessarily my views per se. I don’t even know what my views are. Personally, I’m pretty modest. I’m just examining stuff and throwing around ideas and observations. I might be wrong about my conclusions and/or the starting points too.
And I’ll happily stand corrected too
Your FUCKING ENERGY is used to produce things that no-one ever needed. Your personal fucking energy is all rage coming out of fear of lack.
You’ve made many comment threads here into your own Kurt Show, where you propose the solution to every problem and act like you know everything. You know very little. You’re filled with rage and self-importance, showing what side you’re speaking from.
Wow. You can see right through me … !
Now, since we’ve established the evidently axiomatic truth I’m totally fucked up, why don’t you tax your brain and address any of the aforestated.
You make some good points Kurt, but you only give your detractors ammunition by using expletives.
Yes. People are myopically stupid. Alas…
To answer your question : yes.
Too much fucking eh? Physical and verbal.
There is never enough of it. Try it sometime!
There was me thinking you were worried about too many people born on the earth.
”Too many people are using too much stuff”
This is how they think. A compilation video (18:43).
I reckon if every house had a veggie garden rather than a garden of roses and daffodils it would take a large load of the system. Further, it takes a lot less energy to go out the back to fetch some potatoes rather than have them flown halfway round the planet.
For me, food should reflect the true price of what it takes to produce and the damage it causes (both environmentally and to humanity). No subsidies. These problems, if they do exist, would iron themselves out in a short time.
If one wants to produce and eat a “fat slob super sized burger meal” and wash it down with a beer, fine. $40 please. I don’t see how others should have to foot the cancer bill that follows.
There’s a guy who told things like you since 2009
Maybe you will become friend with Dmitri Orlov. He wrote ‘The Meat Generation’ about that subject.
Similar in arguments is Vandana Shiva, you may have heard of her.
switchedON, you’re absolutely right. And all of Kurt’s arguments about how many acres & acres of land it takes to support you is a crock.
Thank you Penelope. EROI energy return on energy invested is a good handle but when you include not just fuel for the trucks and oil rigs in energy invested but fuel for the security and military and intellegence and government and propaganda ie all the useless activities that keep the show going then you begin to see the problem.
It appears this comment was “cut n pasted” to Cutting Through The Fog too. Does this mean you get paid paid twice for the comment? Asking for a friend…
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Unless we understand what happened and why, we will be unprepared for the next fake crisis when it is used as a manipulative tool for power-grabbing bureaucrats.”
This is collectivism – a.k.a. Fascism. It’s the “public good” before the “private good” – with “good” simply replaced with the equally nebulous concept of “health”. What’s more, it’s not the public who get to decide what constitutes “good” or “healthy”!
Article 14. Protection of human rights
II. Towards this end, each Party shall:
(a) incorporate into its laws and policies human rights protections during public health emergencies, including, but not limited to, requirements that any limitations on human rights are aligned with international law, including by ensuring that: (i) any restrictions are […] necessary to achieve the public health goal and the least restrictive necessary to protect the health of people.
The Great State
H.G. Wells et al (1912)
It is interesting to note certain juxtapositions; this is not a socialist volume, and the constructive spirit has long since passed beyond the purely socialist range. Neither Sir Ray Lankester, nor Mr. Haynes nor Mr. Fry would dream of calling himself a socialist; the former two would quite readily admit they were individualists. That old and largely fallacious antagonism of socialist and individualist is indeed dissolving out of contemporary thought altogether.
Health and Healing in the Great State
By C. J. Bond, F.R.C.S.
Chapter V. (pp. 143-80)
In the same way the interests of the community must also be safeguarded against undue regimentation in matters of health. False assumption of authority in administrative matters on the part of the Profession must be prevented by Free Trade in the National Health Service, by free choice of doctor on the part of the individual citizen or social groups, and by freedom on the part of the public to decline any special or improved form of treatment, subject always to the important condition that such refusal does not endanger public safety or run counter to the interests of the community.
subject always to the important condition that such refusal does not endanger public safety or run counter to the interests of the community.
The enormous importance of the problem makes it a matter of vital concern that the ingoing information and the outgoing energy of a National Health Service should be co-ordinated in one central brain in one department under the control of a Minister of Health, and this Minister must combine in himself, or be able to obtain at first-hand, medical knowledge and a knowledge of biological Sociology; the Health Department will be the most fundamental of all the departments of State. It will be called upon to advise other departments concerning the biological principles upon which education and labour must be founded, upon which the activities of the soldier, sailor, and other public servants must be guided; and upon which the control and reformation of the mentally deficient, the pauper, and the criminal must be carried out.
Who gets to decide what counts as “Public Health” – and to balance and prioritise the competing “risks”?
2 public health crises have collided in the protests over George Floyd’s death
America’s institutional racism explains both Covid-19’s toll and police violence.
By Dylan Scott
Jun 1, 2020
Dylan Scott covers health care for Vox. He has reported on health policy for more than 10 years, writing for Governing magazine, Talking Points Memo and STAT before joining Vox in 2017.
Photo caption: The protests over George Floyd’s death represent the collision of two public health crises steeped in structural racism: coronavirus and police violence.
The protests against police brutality over the weekend are not only a story about state-sanctioned violence against black Americans. They are also a health care story that reveals the nation’s structural racism, in two important ways. First, police violence is a public health risk. . . .
Police arrest anti-vax protestors in Melbourne
9 News Australia
Sep 24, 2021
As always they can only implement what people will put up with.
They have to persuade the people to accept what is imposed.
Ideally get the people to want or even demand the changes to be imposed.
But when they do not get the messaging correct and they get pushback.
They will retreat and try to come from another direction.
The attempt to introduce 15 minute cities is getting pushback.
Better when things are more out of sight like the removal of as much farming as they can.
Or the gradual change to what they call renewable energy.
Global agreements can be torn up as easily as they are made.
They don’t have enough money to bride 8 billion people. The WHO will a perfect test case of an international-private body committing hara kiri publicly.
Publications coming forth from the global bureaucratic class are essentially unreadable, gobbledegook. Their inner language is kept for internal debate and excludes the masses of course.
Here’s the real message:
”We will grind you revolutionary down under our heels and we shall walk upon your faces. The world is ours, we are its lords, and ours it shall remain. As for the host of labour, it has been in the dirt since history began, and I read history aright. And in the dirt it shall remain so long as I and mine and those that come after me after us have the power. There is the word, it is the King of words-Power. Not God. Not Mammon, but power. Pour it over your tongue till it tingles with it. Power.”
Jack London – The Iron Heel.
They WILL NOT.
They can try to pull whatever shit they want, but you have to remember that before it comes down on us folks, it will go through all sorts of layers, where people will be on the receiving end too. Which means that they won’t be that keen to enforce the crap. The lower you go, the more this will apply.
The cops need a place to get food too, they need teachers to teach their kids, they need this and that. And a lot of them are probably not too happy about enforcing this misery either. Their wives might not be too happy about having to fukccinate their kids or being told by their friends that their husbands are assholes, and the pigs will have to take it easy if they wanna get their pitiful peckers wet.
So on, so forth.
Forget about being good citizens in the sense of being obedient sheeple complying with all laws, no matter how idiotic, just because the fucking Queen – or that ridiculous idiot that finally made King – signed them. Fuck all that. Bribe them, corrupt them, pervert them. Be as cunning as they are underhanded.
We’ll live. Not as luxuriously as in the past decades, but let’s face it, the wild party was bought on credit, totally beyond our means.
“Not as luxuriously as in the past decades, but let’s face it, the wild party was bought on credit, totally beyond our means.”
FDR’s prosperous era was created by investing in public purpose, as a normal government would. After the Wall St bankers coup in the mid-70’s, fiscal policy (government investment) ended (except for defense spending, corporate subsidies) and private bank credit began. That’s when everyone was forced to use high interest credit cards and predatory loans to make ends meet.
Only if you class making ends meet as buying a load of largely plastic, unfixable consumer goods and foriegn holidays that that you never needed in the first place. I’ve made ends meet by foregoing all that shite and spending the actual money that I actually earn on things that I actually need. If I don’t have the money to pay for it, I don’t buy it. Pretty simple really. And my life is pretty simple, debt free and enjoyable.
You da mahn, mahn. Carve that in stone!
I remember having lengthy discussions about economics when some smartass asked me what my idea of an economic model was.
I said: Whatever you consume, make sure that you first earn enough to pay for it, and clean up after yourself whatever waste you produce.
People are so used to the luxurious lifestyle that’s completely beyond their means, where what they consume is light years beyond what they can produce, that they can’t fathom anything that puts a dent into their feeling of entitlement.
Fuck, I’ve enjoyed the party of the past decades just like the next guy, even though rather modestly because I knew what was coming, but it’s what it is. Payback time.
The miracles of modern medicice. How many children became autistic?
If I read it correctly it says:
”So the Treaty will also act as an instrument for sanctions on Russia, China, Iran and other states not compliant with the ‘rules-based international order’ unilaterally imposed by the USA and collectively enforced by its economic, political, security and military allies.”
So they are NOT all in it together! There is very real conflict between the pliant and non-conflict states. The Atlanticist bloc which accounts for 20% of humanity are at war with the Eurasian bloc and increasingly the global south.
exactly, its not “quite” as slavsquat and others who dribble with such fervour would have us believe, we can only wonder why ;0) the sheer effort to convince those not agreeing with that narrative reminds me of the narrative we have been force fed the last 3 years
i suppose the uk/us natzo representatives recently vaped in the kiev bunker by the kinzhal would probably chorus that its not quite a done deal… the deal being the equitable “sharing” of Russias formidable ability to weather the coming energy crisis/es
it is rare to see all children sharing all their toys all the time
I’ve no idea what your talking about, are you Russian. What’s with all these links you Propagandist dummy.
Copy paste it…up.
If you give the government responsibility for your health they will sub let it to big pharma who want to keep you sick so that they can make lots of lovely filthy lucre out of you.Your health, your immune system, your responsibility. Do it well.
Government and big pharma is one entity.
.entities within leading to Global Cooperation onto a World Wide Governing Multi-Corporation.
‘Big?’ is whatever internal external pros and cons open to discussion ie: media.
No government has any mandate to outsource decision-making powers to a private entity. They have zero mandate for that. Zero.
People need to get off their asses, arrest the motherfuckers for treason, hold a quick trial (like five seconds), dispose of them, hunt down Kill Gates and the rest of them pieces of shit, do something appropriate to prevent him from fucking with the world (I’m sure you can think of something), and live happily ever after.
and live happily ever after
If you eliminate the wrong solution for a real problem – meant is not Covid but Financial and Economy collapse – then what remains is not a solution but the problem.
How would you solve the real problem?
The UK is just as resource-poor as Germany or France. For decades, valuable resources have been bought silently and with the help of the Rockefellers from China, whose dynastic social model is also the model for the western elites. If you eliminate the elites, China is your solution.
The East also has what the West needs – not the other way round. So what can you offer the East to ‘trade’ with you?
The “live happily ever after” was a joke, mahn!
Nobody is ever gonna live happily ever after. The world continues to metamorphose and if a relative state of equilibrium is achieved here while mayhem is taking place there, tomorrow the tables will turn.
The devil never rests and always finds new and new incarnations and comes from the left field.
There is no fukuyamesque “end of history”, that’s an illusion possibly brought about by kiddie fairy tales.
The whole thing is a process. Also, what it is is as good as it gets. There won’t be different people around, the ones we’re sharing the world with today are it.
My personal stance is being as self-sufficient as possible, fucking up as little as possible, pissing others off as little as possible, doing good deeds as much as I can, and refraining from being an asshole as much as possible.
Pragmatically speaking, it appears to me that the West had the technology while the East didn’t, but myopic idiots have handed them the results of thousands of years of hard work on a silver platter. So, basically we got shit to offer the East. We can try to rattle our sabres, but that’s probably the stupidest thing to do because the West has gone from peoples capable of subjugating and enslaving the rest of the world to a bunch of entitled chickenshit brat faggots.
Good summary. Life is learning. If it weren’t, it would be excruciatingly boring. So that’s what Mr. Schwab and his mobsters is up to.
Whatever whoever you are should be told to cease extremism violent threatening behavioural patterns OR quite Frankly told to FUCK OFF.
It is not possible to ‘turn off’ behavioural patterns. People are what they are. You can intimidate and vaporise them. But the truth of their being and becoming remains.
It’s not really a “treaty” at all, is it. It’s a coercive and extortionate directive. The government, big business and military of the United States
have been generating these heinous gunpoint-faux-agreements globally for hundreds of years. Resistance is imperative.
They did what they wanted during convid. Everyone did it everywhere. Would a treaty make it any worse ? After all if the banksters wanted something they would get it regardless of what worthless treaties their underlings came up with.
Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2023-03-13. UK Disinfo Unit Monitored Headmaster Who Questioned COVID-19 jabs For Children. Deadly protocols (blog, gab, tweet).
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation just announced a $4.7 million grant to a company that sells face masks for cows.hgttps://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/the-bill-and-melinda-gates-foundation
If ever there were a sign that William Gates III needs to be sectioned for reasons of insanity, this is it.
Biden’s ahead of Gates in the queue.
You cant have it both ways interior antiseptics., afraid not. stop bashing continue doing.
They really are psychopaths.
We used to think real psychopaths were rare.
Now we know better.
Hey Diddle Diddle, Gary Larson will be over the moon.
Big fucking whoppiedo. They gave GBnews (shill be news) £60million and ……………
Nothing from the MIC alt media about this..
For what? Environmental coverage? Health coverage? Is that why whats-his-face got fired?
No mention of the REAL pandemics:
Poverty, homelessness, depression, family violence and breakdowns, alcohol and drug abuse, obesity, sex crimes, suicide, cosmetic surgery, device fixations, celebrity fixations etc etc etc.
No, “Let’s chase hobgoblins”
WHO = World Hobgoblin Onanists.
The Tony Blair Institute is pushing its “One Shot” agenda. He hopes to make trillions out of this scam. Preventitive Health – get his one jab before you get ill – in cahoots with WHO and harma industry, of course.
Bliar needs a visit to the tree of Liberty..
Professor Susan Michie – Chair of TAG on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health
Technical Advisory Group on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health
The TAG has the following functions:
1. Advise WHO on how to adopt behavioural insights and science perspectives to support WHO’s 13th General Programme of Work and how to identify priority areas for implementation within WHO and in Member States;
2. Make recommendations to WHO for the development of an operational framework for the mainstreaming of behavioural insights and sciences into WHO operations, particularly in the area of providing technical advice on national health policies and programme planning;
3. Advise WHO on potential challenges and risks for the Organization related to the recommendations made by the TAG.
Professor Susan Michie
Susan Michie is Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London. Her research focuses on behaviour change in relation to health and the environment: how to understand it theoretically and apply theory to intervention development, evaluation and implementation.
She served as an expert advisor on the UK’s Covid-19 Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behavioural Science (part of SAGE) and the Lancet’s Covid-19 Commission. She is part of the Behavioural Science Policy Research Unit at the National Institute for Health Research advising the UK’s Department of Health and Social Care. She chaired the Academy of Social Science’s ‘Health of People’ project and the Academy of Medical Science’s project on systems approaches to health. She is a member of WHO’s Working Group on Research Methodology for Public Health and Social Measures and its Guideline Development Group on Hand Hygiene in Community Settings.
From the UnHerd article:
Susan Michie, the new Chair of the WHO’s “Technical Advisory Group on Behavioural Insights”, . . . explained that the new science of Public Health is collectivist by nature, seeking to provide group-wide solutions to health challenges, and so it fundamentally downplays individual rights. “What I don’t see a lot of amongst my colleagues maybe, but certainly the media, and especially the papers that you mentioned, would be much more emphasis on individual freedom, individual rights, rather than taking a sort of more collective population approach.”
By Freddie Sayers
July 27, 2022
Freddie Sayers spoke to the new WHO Nudge Unit chair to discuss the politics of public health
WHO Nudge Unit chief: So what if I’m a Communist?
Jul 27, 2022
Freddie Sayers reflects on the appointment of Prof. Susan Michie, who he interviewed in 2020 for LockdownTV, to the WHO Behavioural Insights advisory group.
[link to 2020 interview via youtube]
In 2022-03, UK SAGE discontinued monthly meetings. It admitted that its predictions were “at variance with reality”.
Meanwhile, here in oztralia, our brave research pioneers have made an astounding discovery:
The latest “ground-breaking-world-first” discovery has been made by a researcher/expert at an Aussie university …… wait for it ……. gasp!!!
“similarities in people with long covid and chronic fatigue may explain why they exhibited common core symptoms, such as brain fog, fatigue, pain and breathing difficulties.”
those geniuses! gasp
Make up a new syndrome and use it to destroy freedom.
I’ve got ‘chronic fatigue’ from the ceaseless stream of SHIT that passes for news.
We’re arguing over the bit players and not over the whole enchilada. They’re coming for all of us. All at once. They’re going to lock us down whenever they want to. Now it really feels like a prison because it is and always was one. The rest is pantomime.
The US has a network of biolabs located in many countries. Expect, after this ‘treaty’ is agreed to, “lab-leaks” of “pathogenic organisms” (‘viruses’ to the masses) in any country targeted for regime change by the US.
Such foresight, such preemption, such brilliance in placing the biolabs – ready.
The US even had a biolab in Ukraine.
Had Russia not invaded Ukraine it’s sure as hell exists certain that a ‘viral’ epidemic, caused by a ‘lab-leak’, would have occurred to provide a ‘Responsibility to Protect’ pretext for UN-sponsored US military-‘humanitarian” intervention.
(‘Covid’ was, after all, a military biodefense operation.)
Absolutely Jubal. I mean, what better way to cripple an enemy’s power to defend itself militarily than by taking out a significantly increased proportion of its 90-plus-year-old tertiary-stage cancer patients?
there is a vast amount of imformation on this subject going back to obummer era, the russian “plague labs” (credit where credit is due) requiring adequate “care and management” in order to harness their “potential”, sorry i mean make them “safe”…
and who more trustworthy to take on this challenging task?
why strike me down, the son of the then vice prez and folk still wonder why he is funding the coke head, queer in ukr, could it be what the little gimp has on him? shock awe, surely not screams the washington post
multi facet/multi national globalist con it may have been, with many who were “in the know” acting either through fear, blackmail, indifference or fatalism, but now not everything is still going to plan…
and when such deranged children/psycopaths throw their toys we can expect bad things to happen… like what is happening now…
the single most important thing to understand is that an actual pathogen/virus/toxin released as a “disease” would be almost impossible to manage
the only bio-weapon is the jab, working in “harmony” with “5g” “chemtrails” “media” “propoganda” and something worse that most of us do not yet fully understand, but can grasp to some degree, lets just call it “evil”
so in short, depending on your individual situation, having already rejected their bio-weapon we (and for good reason) must remove ourselves from situations where exposure/forced vaccination of the same is less likely, that is the sad truth of all we really have
extracting ourselves from every fibre of their tentacles is our “final solution”, where you live, what you eat, what obligations you have to their system, schooling your kids, “banking”
“forced vaccination” will be of course by dint of the time and place your existing life cannot exist without adherence to their system, that being commonly and historically referred to as the “beast system” only in the very latter stages will rounding up at gun point happen, whilst hope exists, what fucking use would any of us be in a city environment trying to resist brain washed, gun toting “officers of the state”?
outside of the cities we will prevail longer, its a clear choice
calling it any other way is falacy, retaining hope in the current judicial/political system to resolve the situation is falacy, there is always a right time to leave the party, if watching the house get trashed, close up is your thing, then knock yourselves out, there will be lots to see, if self preservation is your thing its time to grab your coat
In Ukraine, US had 26 centres working from 2005 on (at least H5N1) flu, plague, anthrax, cholera, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, hantavirus, coronavirus, dirofilariasis, leptospirosis, filovirus, brucellosis, tularemia, avian flu, Newcastle fever and tuberculosis. -Russian Defence Ministry 2022
They may also have worked on hepatitis A and botulism. -Dilyana Gaytandzhieva 2018
Tedros the terrorist
it seems “the office party” is an initiation rite too.
all in it together.
Netanyahu is creating a genome database and a biotechnological industry which is as yet “unimaginable”.
Despite privacy concerns, Israel to put nation’s medical database online
Government hopes research and commercial use of info will provide $600b. injection to digital health sector; PM stresses that ‘consent of each and every person’ will be required
25 March 2018
The Israeli government on Sunday approved a National Digital Health plan, which, despite mounting privacy concerns, plans to create a digital database of the medical files of some 9 million residents and make them available to researchers and enterprises.
To promote the initiative, Israel will unify the existing database of the digital medical records it has collected over a period of 20 years — which holds the medical files of more than 98 percent of the population — to create a single database, in which one’s participation is optional, that will help attract researchers and industry leaders from across the globe, the Prime Minister’s office said Sunday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu estimated the global digital health sector at some $6 trillion, calling the field “huge.” He speculated that Israel might be able to snag some 10% of this market potential, worth some $600 billion.
“I think this is a conservative estimate,” he said. “And if we succeed, just like we succeeded in cybersecurity and in autonomous cars,” then Israel can expect a significant boost of new products.
Dec 21, 2022
Digitized personal medical records of Israelis are already handed to Pfizer on a silver plate.
Now Bibi is adding a GENETIC DATABASE, trading our genome.
“Give me a saliva sample, and we have a genetic record over a medical record”.
There you have it, out of the horse’s mouth.
I’d like to give him my saliva sample – right in his face!
The Zionist organisations that concluded the transfer agreement with Hitler were at that time of a similar mindset to his racial science.
This agreement was never about saving as many Jews as possible from Germany, but about luring the most qualified and racially suitable ones to Palestine and using trade relations with Germany and the assets confiscated from the Jews there to build the state.
Jews would be well advised to understand that Zionists were never the friend of the Jews, but an elitist biopolitical event.
Recommended the book by Edwin Black The Transfer Agreement. Black is himself Jewish and a descendant of Holocaust survivors, which makes his research credible even before one has examined the evidence used there.
“Take the Cull Juice!”
“The only good human is a culled human.”
The doctor says “a patient cured is a customer lost”.
Welcome back Cooper.
because we need this like a hole in the head
When the author say U.K government he means the Conservative s.
as there in
fakecontrol at the moment.
The alt media lot like sell the forget (amnesia).
No, he doesn’t, Keir Starmer is even more enthusiastic about this nonsense and the black MP David Lammy is praising William Gates III as one of his chief criminals.
Didn’t see labour with build back better on there website / poster campaigns nor speeches.
BTW most senior MPs have photos with Gates.
Starmer was challenged by journalist Emily Maitlis in an interview. “Davos or Westminster?” Starmer replied, “Davos”.
The country is not safe in the hands of the Tories. It is even less safe in the hands of Blairite Labour.
Remember how the most infectious and lethal plague for a century was going to cut a swathe through those precious essential workers who exposed themselves to danger every day?….
Your vaccination doesn’t seem so effective? The answer: go back to sleep!
honestly, for some reason, for years i thought “edwige” sang saturday night, that enjoyable ; ) dancefloor tune, from a long time ago…
fek me, it was wigfield, or whatever…
wtf? where do i know that name from, edwige,.. some cartoon character/ bagpuss? where??
something early in life….?? lol
it was a cartoon? was there not a wee strange thing call e(d/g)wige or something, some animation??
like a wee egg headed thing? wasn’t from brit-sphere anyway…
maybe i should just go to bed , lol
Legislation, mistakenly referred to as The Law, is the one ring to rule them all.
Who here does not obey “The Law?”
Who writes legislation?
Who interprets legislation?
WHO’S treaty is written by Who?
In what foreign language?
The WHO is a legal fiction, a person, with all the presence of Donald Duck in the real world.
Ultimately it’s the Law we will subject ourselves to, not the WHO.
Legislation is a Fiction of Law.
Make believe authority over make believe Persons. Time to get real- there are only people here on Earth….
Yes but you need to say, man woman not persons. Person is legalese for corporation. Man woman are the authority. All governments are PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. they have failed they are fraudulent. So it time for man woman to step up and force public law back on them. We need to reinstate lawful courts and punish these criminals.
That won’t work either, since we have 73 different definitions of gender to deal with now…
probably part of the reason to blur gender
But what to do when they have guns and needles … and soon can cut off our financial resources too.
Natural Law and the English Constitution uphold the Rights of Man. Human Rights are at the discretion of the UN – they can be rescinded.