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Santa Klaus is coming to town

Sylvia Shawcross

“Oh you better watch out. You better not cry. You better not pout. I’m telling you why—Santa Klaus is coming to town.”
John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie 1934

Sometimes I feel like a commoner in an uncommon world.

Actually, if I think about it, that is pretty much who I am. I do not have a PhD. I’m self-taught in many things. I am no expert. Details tend to annoy me outrageously. Well, I’m an expert on two things, both of which are no longer relevant and therefore leave me pretty much stranded in whatever takes my fancy in terms of things to know. And I’m too damn old to develop expertise in anything anymore particularly because it might mean I’d have to have an opinion and I’m definitely far far too old for that!

And the world IS uncommon now. It is a weird bloody place. That’s what it is. (If you spend any time looking at it which I don’t recommend.) And it was this thought that being a commoner makes me more adept than perhaps some at translating into humanspeak all this nonsense jargonjillyjabgobblygook we run into trying to understand some topics from governments and bureaucracies and people running the world.

So with that in mind I wandered off to look at the globalists agenda for water. In this case, on the WEF website. The first few sentences just left me tired. Or sleepy. Maybe both. So I looked at the pictures. There’s writing inside a big circle surrounded by little circles and each of these little circles have other circles around them and if you click on one of the little circles it will provide you with lines going off to various circles of all sorts of sizes in different colours.

And I thought… They are going around in circles.

And then I started thinking… “They” have no Plan B. They really don’t. They have charts and figures and plots and planning and sustainable distrainable untrainable goals and ambitions and visions and work for bureaucrats and all sorts of statistics and facts and figures and futures and… no Plan B. There’s no doubt they’ve worked very hard at it, don’t get me wrong there. Obviously it must have taken a whole lot of people for at least a lifetime to get to this point but still–there needs to be a Plan B.

You can’t just stop at the point where you’ve destroyed everything on the planet to build it back better and then realize it is all not going to work. What if herds of armadillos and crickets started eating all the water pipes because it tasted like licorice? What if you needed oil and gas to run a helicopter to clear off the windmills during an icestorm? What if you needed to fight wars over lithium instead of oil? What if water was the cause of global warming all along? What if Klaus Schwab is actually AI and was more a comedian than an unelected world leader? What if the people hate your plans? Absolutely hate them.

It is one giant plan. It is this or nothing. It is a beehive of people who like to draw circles and squares and lines but who have quite forgotten that it ain’t no beehive without a queen bee and the queen bee, fed up with all the buzzing has gone off to Costa Rica for a glass of Guaro on a beach. The queen bee in this case, would be the actual people who will be living the reality of all this activity. The people. They seem to have completely forgotten us.

Again.

They really have. We have no circle in their chart. Not a one. And the truth is, we aren’t all sitting on a beach in Costa Rica. We might even be sitting on the streets wondering about what to eat that day if at all.

Which reminded me of the Holocaust. And the bureaucrats. The only reason we know so much about the Holocaust is because of the copious amount of records that were kept. The detailed clerical mundanery (which is not a word) of evil. Arendt’s “banality of evil.” And all over the world, carefully placed hordes and herds and havens of bureaucrats are carefully following the script. Without a plan B. Without questioning. Without a thought in their head about what it all means. Without understanding that a chip implanted in the hand is a tattooed number on an arm. Without looking at premises. Without a variety of opinions compared.

This made me think about the tree at the foot of my property. It is covered in the snow that fell and there has been a bit of rain on top and so we see a sketchy tracery of limbs against a white sky. In the right light it glitters. There, under the snow, roots as big as the tree itself are anchored there. How strong that tree is. The grassroots. That was what it reminded me of because my brain does things like that. That is why grassroots movements are significantly stronger and more resilient than what we’re experiencing with the globalists right now. A tree built from the top down has no roots. It will flutter and fail in the slightest breeze.

Now, it doesn’t matter what you believe about the globalists and their agenda. It doesn’t matter if you have a portrait bust of Schwab on your mantel all polished and shiny or if you have decided that the globalists are evil conniving authoritarians out for profit and control. Or even if you don’t think of them at all.

No belief matters at the end of the day because a simple look at the globalist agenda tells you one thing only—none of these globalist objectives could be reached in a free democratic society of informed individuals.

None of them. And so, no matter what you think, those things… freedom, democracy, justice, history, individual choice, religion, peace, are under attack. The entire script at the moment is to destroy these things. That is what it is ALL about right now. And it is mostly being done by divide and conquer.

So if you believe in the globalist goals, you must simultaneously accept that those things are going, going, gone. So do not speak of it lightly. At least recognize this was the price that was asked. And you have paid for it—either knowingly or unknowingly. Say a prayer in mourning for the lost. Try not to think about how there might have been a better way.

Here’s an earworm:

Evil comes from a failure to think. It defies thought for as soon as thought tries to engage itself with evil and examine the premises and principles from which it originates, it is frustrated because it finds nothing there. That is the banality of evil.”
Hannah Arendt

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Paul Ashley
Paul Ashley
Dec 17, 2023 2:47 PM

The impoverished globalist utopia won’t produce such earworms.

Doddington Whelk
Doddington Whelk
Dec 17, 2023 7:14 AM

I choose not to be gloomy or pessimistic especially this time of year. Not easy but absolutely necessary. Arendt quote still resonates and I take nothing for granted.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 17, 2023 1:46 PM

I would agree Doddington–for the children’s sake. Otherwise it might be disingenuous for an adult.

Incubator Oberservator
Incubator Oberservator
Dec 17, 2023 7:03 AM

The punishment by Satan aka Yahweh (who is also called Allah) for
this blasphemous misdeed followed immediately and unmistakably.

https://nypost.com/2023/12/12/news/turkish-lawmaker-has-a-heart-attack-after-saying-israel-will-suffer-the-wrath-of-allah/

Antonym
Antonym
Dec 17, 2023 2:20 AM

An old white man for Santa? W thE F! Woke will replace him with a variable gender black woman soon enough. Bowl the plebs off their stability in order to prepare them for NaziWO.

Operation Paperclip in 1945 didn’t only bring over Nazi scientists: North and South America got many others and specially the infant CIA and adult FBI got many of them. Ford, GM, IT&T never seized to be business partners with the German shade of totalitarianism. Today they love the CCP flavor. The F E W must rule the oceans of plebs.

May Hem
May Hem
Dec 17, 2023 1:28 AM

I betcha this will get your feet a’tapping……

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 17, 2023 1:49 PM
Reply to  May Hem

blocked on youtube

Jin_Tonic
Jin_Tonic
Dec 17, 2023 1:27 AM

cuming down a chimney (black hole)
sock by the fire sock (stocking full of present (orange balls)
old pervy man (where ther trannie at school time screamers????) dressed up sit on my knee giving you presents with animal and small creatures as entertainment to hypnosis children for being good and parents usually sick fucks giving there children imagination away to the pedo.

milk – biscuits soggy biscuits

symbolism- heart wrenching how they cant see the pedo sexual symbolism,

leave a little bit of talcum powder to see if santa clause was there.
translated sniff coke used to have sex on.

The whole ritual is evil at it dementia it beyond demonic and only religious mind control lot couldn’t see it.

saint nic was your 1st cross dressing pedo nonce and the cc LOT in alt media to dumb to see it.

May Hem
May Hem
Dec 17, 2023 1:21 AM

No plan B? I think you have made a very interesting observation, Sylvia. You could well be right and this could become their undoing.

Well done and keep writing articles for OffGuardian please.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 16, 2023 8:37 PM

Hi Sylvia, we should meet. Love everything about this.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 17, 2023 1:59 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

I don’t know how to meet people who have anonymous names to be honest. I’m a luddite in that respect but that would be lovely. 🙂

petunia petherington
petunia petherington
Dec 16, 2023 7:10 PM

‘Which reminded me of the holocaust’…would that be the holocaust of the German people by any chance?

Raz Putin
Raz Putin
Dec 16, 2023 5:32 PM

Santa (Satan) Claus (the jolly ol’devil in a red suit) was the Cabal’s way of replacing the

Christian motif at the time of Yule with something ungodly.

Much like “God” was replaced by Darwin’s bogus “Theory of Evolution”.

And low and behold here comes Satan’s Klaus to finish the job.

And only if we let him!

“From our cages we wondered what our lives might have been like had we just fought back”

Don’t comply, resist now!!!

In solidarity with every one of you!

Amphy64
Amphy64
Dec 16, 2023 3:49 AM

Maybe I’ve forgotten what was in the little circles, but isn’t that dreadfully pessimistic? Thought at least some of it was good stuff any decent people could agree on (like access to water, women’s rights) – and it’s only political/Establishment bastards standing in the way of us achieving it, if we’d had an actual democracy (…votes for women, anyone?), we’d eventually get there.

The problem isn’t all the goals, it’s that the bastards never mean this stuff, and we don’t need them for it anyway.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:25 PM
Reply to  Amphy64

Of course it is pessimistic. It’s winter in the northern hemisphere. It is drawing on to Christmas here and the wretched push for that holiday spirit never ends. Now the decent people part is true. We’d most agree wouldn’t we. But it ain’t that simple now is it? Who owns the water? Who gets the water and who doesn’t? Do indigenous people own the water or do the landowners or the governments or the stakeholders? Who gets the contract to provide access and who pays the fees for that? What would they use that water for? Maybe we’re nourishing people who want to kill other people? What if they grow crops with that water that only they can tolerate eating? what if they use that water to make illegal drugs? What is a woman? I’m just missing our Prime Minister and Minister of Health doing their Christmas video this year. Everything will be fine once we’ve all seen that I’m absolutely certain.

niko
niko
Dec 16, 2023 3:26 AM

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Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:16 PM
Reply to  niko

And the beautiful horse, aflame with freedom and hope, with the purple mane and blue tail and red saddle and its painted face covered in stars and circles and jewels stood in the far fields finally free, and the other horses, plain and brown and black and grey, looked at this freak and…. well… they murdered the little monstrous bastard for not being like them. The end.

Paul
Paul
Dec 16, 2023 7:25 PM

Jeez Syl.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 17, 2023 1:32 PM
Reply to  Paul

Sorry Paul. Old and snarky today. Will return to normal soon hopefully.

niko
niko
Dec 16, 2023 10:56 PM

Ha, all too true, unfortunately, especially in the new abnormal, let alone ancient allegories of caves. Maybe the method of murder should be shots of vaccines for exposure to germs ‘out there’ in the wilderness for anyone straying from confinement. However, if only to stick to fairy tale endings, that this appears the last horse to escape the carousel may be taken to mean s/he’s off to join the rest running free in forests beyond the merry-go-rounds of the machine age, all aflame and shining in a sun dawning on a rewilding of the earth.

niko
niko
Dec 16, 2023 3:11 AM

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Human values
Human values
Dec 16, 2023 1:42 PM
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niko
niko
Dec 16, 2023 3:08 AM

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krzltf
krzltf
Dec 16, 2023 1:49 AM

I don’t know why it makes me so sad to read Sylvia writing so gloomy.  😪 

Please do not lose your spirits! This is the only thing we have left to save us.
There may be no hope left for us, but then we must hope against hope.

The roots are strong and the earth is safe. Even if they burn down the entire forest, some roots, seeds will survive and start to grow again.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:27 PM
Reply to  krzltf

I apologize krzltf. I will try and dredge up a more humourous piece for next week if anything is being published then. No guarantees of course. But I’ll try. For you. 🙂

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 20, 2023 12:49 AM
Reply to  krzltf

Actually krzltf, I’m going to take the xmas season off but I’ll work on something humourous maybe for January. No promises though. Be well. 🙂

Johnny
Johnny
Dec 15, 2023 10:39 PM

A cello, sublime music, the ocean, a fort and some cannons.
What a peculiar juxtaposition.
Beautiful nevertheless.
Thank you Sylvia.
Here’s a Christmas present for you🙂

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:27 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Loverly Johnny, thank you. 🙂

Martha
Martha
Dec 16, 2023 11:32 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Thank you! That was a lovely swan.

Just Wow!
Just Wow!
Dec 15, 2023 9:59 PM

A Jewish transperson laments the systemic pro-Israel agenda, which is said to have taken on a life of its own in postmodern Germany (which was largely shaped by Jews btw.), and now largely without [sic!] Jewish assistance, a self-runner, so to speak. An inescapable dilemma! As always, the stupid stubborn Germans are not doing this out of genuine conviction, but purely out of principle, according to his/her theory.

Well meant is not well done, damn it! “Reason becomes nonsense, goodness a plague.” (Goethe) Now they finally have their perfect Judenrepublic – but it is still flawed again! This can only mean that the Germans are to this day incapable of living a decent, sensible democracy as it was conceived especially for them by all the well-meaning Jews of the world.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/dec/14/award-ceremony-suspended-after-writer-masha-gessen-compares-gaza-to-nazi-era-jewish-ghettos

Jenner
Jenner
Dec 16, 2023 12:01 AM
Reply to  Just Wow!

You are naive. “Stupid, stubborn”…”Germans are incapable”, etc Because from 1945 onwards, Germany was the prize front-line vassal of the USA. As Lord Ismay said in the late 40s when NATO was founded, “NATO is to keep the Americans in, the Germans down and the Russians out. ” Why this? Why the Marshall Plan? Heard of tied loans to be spent on only US goods?

Inform yourself about US subversion of West German institutions e.g. the DGB from the 40s onwards, read the glowing tributes to Melvin Lasky upon his death, ever heard of Harold Brown or the Congress for Cultural Freedom? Heard of Udo Ulfkotte, the FAZ journo who wrote before his death how CIA had infiltrated German media long since?

What country are you in, have you had tens of thousands of US soldiers in it for 75 years? And no peace treaty to show for it.

Glance across the Channel and read about the so-called Americanization of the UK in the late 40s, for example what was said in Parliament about Hollywood films.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Dec 18, 2023 1:47 AM
Reply to  Jenner

Tens of thousands US soldiers keeping 80 million Germans in it?

Steve
Steve
Dec 15, 2023 9:29 PM

Wonderful writing, I enjoy your script. I think it is because you resonate with, as you say”the common people”,who are the people who hold the power. Always have. How many dictaors have you read about that have failed, how many times have you seen common folk prevail.
Delusion is self entrapment. They start to believe what they speak.
Humanity will prevail.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:29 PM
Reply to  Steve

I will try to believe you Steve. The level at this point of Them believing what they speak is I’d say about 100%. Thank you for your kind words.

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
Dec 15, 2023 9:24 PM

Syl, I can’t compete with you….so is it O.K. just for Christmas…I am getting a bit old for this…Father Christmas actually came round our house a couple of days ago, but everyone, not well except me recovering Sepsis – not quite A1 yet – but I saw him live…on the cameras outside our house

I shouted out loud to my wife in the front room (first time out of bed for 2 days – she claims she gets a cold every time she goes swimming…My son and the Grandkids not too well – the doctor prescibed anti-biotics.

“Father Christmas is Here” – I saw the Nymphs collecting Money for the local Charities – on the Security Cameras

My wife immediately became alive and ran outside in her dressing gown and slippers to give Father Christmas and the Angels MONEY

She’s like that.

I am blessed…

They do this every year round here where we live…they also organise a lot of other events.. where they eg collect money to hire the local park to put on the best Fireworks Display in South London, and have to PAY The Local Council

Round Table?? Surely not the original???

Sometimes they raise large amounts of money…but after expenses – like the infrastructure for gigs and fireworks in my local park…I don’t think any of them steal anything. Almost everyone including the musicians works for free. They don’t charge. They actually seem quite normal ..old people running their own local busineses

We will all get better – can’t you sense the change?

I bet you are freezing to death in Canada.

Unusually warm here.

Love & Peace Sis,

xx

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:29 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Not freezing yet really tony dear. Love your snapshots. Always will. 🙂 Are they in a book yet?

Big Bad Jon
Big Bad Jon
Dec 15, 2023 8:56 PM

Thanks Sylvia for a thought provoking piece of work and the earworm. To be honest, I’m tired now, getting dog tired of it all, and I know the real battle ain’t even started yet. Three years ago I warned everyone I knew that something was wrong about the whole Covid BS, I warned them about the WEF and the agenda behind the jab, I’m still warning them all about digital currencies and for the most part all I got was derision, mocking and generally being shunned by everyone I spoke to. It’s been a long hard road, and I know there’s many miles left to travel yet.

Today, I had to get my dog vaccinated for his annual boosters. As you can imagine, I’m now acutely worried that they might contain MRNA technology, and question whether they are even needed. I love my dog so much (he’s a Collie) and I truly want to give him the best life he could ever hope to have. I believe that MRNA is now being used in animal vaccines, so I enquired with the vets as to whether his boosters contained this stuff. I phoned to enquire, the receptionist didn’t know (I got the impression she thought it was a weird question), eventually the vet phoned me back and treated me like I was some kinda of weirdo, but assured me they didn’t contain MRNA. I’m still mistrusting, so I phoned his Pet Insurance company and asked them if it was necessary to give him the boosters, the answer was no, but if he became ill from something that could be prevented from vaccines then they may or may not cover him, apparently it was decided on a case by case basis. Reluctantly, I got him boosted today.

If I’m honest, I just want to be left alone. I just want a quiet life living with my family and dog away from all of this madness. I’m sick of seeing a constant torrent of lies, hatred and immorality on TV. I’m sick of my MP evading my questions about the jabs and the WEF, I’m sick of it all.

Thanks Sylvia for you article, and thanks Off-G for your work and this platform, thanks to all you people who comment on this site. You have all helped to keep me sane throughout this madness, but I’m tired of it all, so very tired. But if you’re reading this stuff GCHQ, when you send your agents round to my house, be prepared, I’m tired, but I’m never going to give up, I’m never going to cede one inch of my land or freedom to you, I’m never going to back up, I’m never going to use your CBDCs or eat your effing bugs. I’m mad as hell, I’m legally armed, and you know what, I have the sword of truth on my side and a dog that’ll bite your fucking faces off. So leave me alone to live my life. Thanks for letting me vent off a little.

Cela
Cela
Dec 16, 2023 11:34 AM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

“…if he became ill from something that could be prevented from vaccines then they may or may not cover him.”

My view after studying germ theory and vaccine history closely over the last three years is that there is nothing vaccines can prevent. They have no utility at all; they are always a liability due to the toxic ingredients–whether or not they are mRNA. You can refer to Dr Tom Cowan or Dr Sam Bailey’s videos and writings about misconceptions and fraud regarding rabies.

I think the best way to protect your dog is to feed him natural food and keep him as much as possible in a natural environment, minimizing environmental, chemical and EMF toxins.

Also, dewormer to get rid of parasites a couple of times a year. The medical establishment hardly ever tells us about parasites which are at the root of many diseases–not viruses and bacteria.

This is also the best strategy for humans. Strengthen the terrain.

Best wishes to you, your family, and your collie, a wonderful breed.

Big Bad Jon
Big Bad Jon
Dec 16, 2023 9:30 PM
Reply to  Cela

Hi Cela. Thanks for your advice and kind words. To be truthful I never really thought about vaccines much until all of this happened just over 3 years ago. The more I researched the more it seemed vaccines are nothing but bad news, and a way for pharmaceutical companies to make a whole lot of money. You’re probably aware of it, but a book that really opened my eyes was ‘Turtles All The Way Down’. Strange title, but it makes sense as you read it. For anyone reading these comments, I can really recommend it, strangely enough I think I became aware of it thanks to comments left on this site.

We have a little grandson now, and I love him to bits, he’s just so beautiful, and smart as a button. But I’ve tried my level best to warn my son and daughter in law of the dangers of these jabs. I’ve tried to put forward reasoned arguments, and have gently pointed them in the right direction to find un-biased information, but I just get shunned. It truly breaks my heart that they won’t even look into the evidence.

As for our Collie. Yep, he gets nothing but real meat and fish, and a whole lotta love, training and fun. He’s 9 years old now, and doesn’t look or behave like he’s more than a 2 year old. Breaks my heart when I hear my friends telling me they just throw down a can of dog food 🙁

Have a nice Christmas, and maybe one day we shall all overcome.

Cela
Cela
Dec 17, 2023 7:04 PM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

Hey Jon. I’ve heard of the Turtles book but haven’t read it yet. Hope to soon. Great to hear the collie is well fed. Dr Cowan also stresses the vital importance of drinking structured water and grounding the body, I forgot to mention. I’m set on getting a collie pretty soon myself. Smart dogs.

Not so great about your son and DIL. I’m sure most readers here know the feeling of being unheard and dismissed. You can lead a horse to water… My eldest brother is an MD and my elder brother is a PhD chemist at Merck. You can imagine the dynamic and their attitude towards an engineer not staying “in his lane”. To be fair, they are polite and civil about it, but the subtext is clear. I tried to nudge and steer them to no avail even before convid (all their children have either diabetes or asthma, and all have food allergies).

My siblings encouraged but did not pressure my parents to take the covid jab while I strenuously made my case. My dad succumbed to the media hype and took two shots, had heart failure two months later and is now outfitted with a pacemaker. Nonetheless, even after I shared VAERS data on heart injury after jabs, nothing seems to register with the sibs. It is really quite spooky how things don’t connect for many people. Depressing really. Thankfully my mom held out and remains adamant about not taking the shot. She is the least “educated” but has been the most critical thinker of them all, a pattern I have noticed for a while on many issues.

Hang in there chief.

Merry Christmas.
Peace.

Paul
Paul
Dec 18, 2023 6:53 AM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

Sometimes trying to be nice about things is ineffective. If you know covid is a hoax then why not tell your family more forcefully to not take the jabs?
You might be unpopular for a short while but it’s the most loving thing you can do.
Think about it.
And get your dog off fish. It’s full of mercury.

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:38 PM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

It’s so funny how many of us say that… “Just leave me alone to live my life.” It’s astounding really when you think of it. It is what most people want. Just leave us alone to live our lives. Even as the whole system gets more and more intrusive. Thank you Jon. You say what many feel. You take care of your family and your dog. We’re just a little tired. We’re waiting for the second wind. It will come. Maybe after the holiday season. Or maybe before. Or maybe during. We never know.

Big Bad Jon
Big Bad Jon
Dec 16, 2023 9:32 PM

Hi Sylvia. Thanks for your kind words. I look forward as always to your next article (and earworm). Hope you have a lovely Christmas.

Paul
Paul
Dec 16, 2023 7:29 PM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

“I had to get my dog vaccinated”
Says who?

Balkydj
Balkydj
Dec 17, 2023 8:15 AM
Reply to  Paul

Yep. The World Hound Organisation. Simples… a Rabid bunch.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Dec 18, 2023 2:17 AM
Reply to  Paul

The Police forced the dog down on the floor and forced it to be vaccinated without its consent. Thats what the Police did. Police violence.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Dec 18, 2023 2:01 AM
Reply to  Big Bad Jon

Men who want to be alone cannot be left alone because you have obligations here on earth.
You are obliged to feed and protect women and children and elderly and work to make societies work.
Obliged to WORK. You are NOT free to sit in a Taverna and play Yatsy or on a bar with your pint, be a fatty and make others do the hard work for you.
Our robots will take care of your dog anywhere you hide on earth………..LOL.
Now wake up man. Do something!
Clint Eastwood, Keith Richard and Stallone never got tired. They acted, they did something, they cleaned out all the bad guys and made peace! Men!

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Dec 15, 2023 8:01 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2023-12-13. 158k excess deaths USA – 1st 9m 2023. Pfizer mRNA construct why spike protein causes disease – 3 concerns (blog, gab, tweet, pic1, pic2, pic3, pic4).

Johnny Johnson
Johnny Johnson
Dec 15, 2023 7:59 PM

“Crush capitalism!” This is the main concern of those who are fed by the state and have never experienced true capitalism (e.g. in a downtown Manhattan park at night or the Bronx). https://notrickszone.com/2023/12/12/former-federal-german-minister-under-merkel-warns-germany-heading-to-a-climate-tyranny/

“Keil” probably means Kiel. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/12/13/climate-crazies-wage-coordinated-attack-christmas-trees-in-seven-cities-in-germany/

The Punjabi government of Little Britain (which is always very forward-looking in terms of any even more drastic diversification) has decided to “desecrate Stonehenge” with an underground car tunnel.

A very serious scandal for all the island’s esoteric nutters, for whom nothing British has been sacred for a long time (except their ridiculous pile of stones from the Bronze Age)!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-12855015/Stonehenge-risks-losing-world-heritage-status-road-project.html

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Dec 15, 2023 6:42 PM

Personally, I blame it all on computers. Once upon a time humans were limited in the scope of their bureaucracy by their inability to inventory every tree in the forest and fish in the sea. The world was bigger than our ability to inventory it.

Then along came computers. They started out small as individual records were limited to the capacity of a punch card and the cards themselves were still unwieldy to handle in bulk. But the technology gradually improved until we now purchase a single storage drive of 24Terabytes — 3000 characters for each person on the planet. Once we can count everything we can own everything, track everything and so control everything.

For us ordinary people we should really think of ourselves as livestock. This isn’t that far removed from how historically most people have been regarded and treated (its just back in the day the word used to describe us was ‘serf’ or similar). Generally our visibility depends entirely on our utility and/or how much of a nuisance we make of ourselves — at some point we cease to be useful like cattle and start being a nuisance like rats. Generally speaking, if we behave ourselves, we’re productive and don’t cause much trouble we’re tolerated but the moment we start acting up or (really serious, this) promote an alternative government then its war**. Often literally.

(**Often ‘the cartels’ or ‘the terrorists’ or even ‘the mafia’ are tolerated by ‘the locals’ simply because they provide a semblance of civil government that the official government can’t or won’t provide.)

Marfanoid
Marfanoid
Dec 15, 2023 6:23 PM

Yeah.We say gobbledygook round out way.I agree.Lots of madness going on in Spain.

Pilgrim Shadow
Pilgrim Shadow
Dec 15, 2023 5:59 PM

Sorry to belabor the obvious, but did you mean Satan Klaus?

ariel'
ariel'
Dec 15, 2023 6:40 PM
Reply to  Pilgrim Shadow

‘Satan Klaws, aka ‘Insanity Claws.’

Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine
Dec 16, 2023 2:49 AM
Reply to  ariel'

Sanity clause, sanity clause–there ain’t no sanity clause!

dom irritant
dom irritant
Dec 16, 2023 8:44 AM
Reply to  Thomas Paine

captain sensible

ariel'
ariel'
Dec 16, 2023 2:54 PM
Reply to  Thomas Paine

Did you miss the ‘in’ part of ‘insanity Claws?’

Stephen
Stephen
Dec 15, 2023 4:59 PM

In your writing Sylvia, a terrible beauty is born. May you fly free of this evil and find your future with those who love humanity as you do.

StStephen
StStephen
Dec 15, 2023 6:12 PM
Reply to  Stephen

I second my unsaintly namesake. This is the best of all your quirky meditations I’ve read. Some of them, I admit, irritated me (perhaps they were meant to). Here, you strike just the note of bemused profundity it seems to me that you strive to express in all you writings. Of course, I could be wrong. 😉

Marfanoid
Marfanoid
Dec 15, 2023 6:25 PM
Reply to  StStephen

Is he your brother ?

Sylvia Shawcross
Sylvia Shawcross
Dec 16, 2023 1:32 PM
Reply to  Stephen

So touching and kind of you Stephen. I wouldn’t mind flying free to a future such as this.