“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.” (Albert Einstein)
I invite everyone to take a few minutes to read this post by Jon Rappoport, labeled Yes, the NY Times exposed the PCR Test. I generally avoid journalism, as I don’t have the stomach for human stupidity in its raw, institutionalized form. For instance, this piece from my home town by Juliana Sukut (get ready to be barraged by pop-ups if you follow the link) reports that there are 244 “new cases” of Covid-19 in Montana, a relatively sparsely populated state. Sukut has no clue what a “case” is, nor any idea of how testing is done or what the results mean. The standard etiquette in dealing with human stupidity is to ignore it, and look for the good. But the Covid-19 campaign at the top is being run by liars, and at the bottom by morons. I look around and sometimes, like now, just want to toss it all in and up, and read a detective mystery.
Those at the top were long in planning this hoax, and knew that the key to success was going to be the PCR test. Its inventor, Dr. Kary Mullis, had to disappear, as during the AIDS hoax he was openly critical of use of his baby to diagnosis disease, much less to spot a retrovirus that had never been isolated or shown to cause disease. He could surely have been counted upon to attack the current regime and its “SARS-CoV-2” virus, also never proven to exist or cause illness. Mullis is said to have died of pneumonia in August of 2019, but more likely he was murdered or paid to exit the scene, moving to Santa Catarina. He would not be allowed to speak out, but was the kind of man who could not control his urge to do so. Read his book some time, Dancing Naked in the Mind Field, to see how he responded to being told to go along to get along regarding HIV as the cause of AIDS. He would not let go, following that lie all the way to its source, Dr. Luc Montagnier.
The PCR test is the beating heart of the hoax, and yet when you explain that to people like Sukut, as I have done, you get smugness and dismissal. Modern journalism is, like modern medicine, institutionalized stupidity. Any journalist who actually takes time to examine the scene behind the testing regime will be relegated to high school sports before seeking a new way to make a living. Such people are said to have become emotionally involved, losing the objectivity in the process.
“Objectivity” is the means by which the journalism profession polices its own, preventing them from thinking. Not that such a task requires much effort.
Oh well, this rant serves no purpose than to repeat what has been repeated on this blog since February of 2020. I did come across a new facet of the control regime yesterday. We met friends for pizza at a local restaurant, and laminated on each table was one of those boxes of bars that a phone can read. We were instructed to photograph that thing for the sake of contact tracing, so that they can stay open. I don’t take my phone with me anywhere, but had I had it with me, I might have used it to capture photos of morons doing as told, volunteering for quarantine based on a test that is as useless in real health care as a paddle on an ocean liner.
People wonder why I write about things like John Wayne Gacy or doppelgängers, replicas, Bokanovsky Brats and zombies. It is because the forces we are up against appear to be a vast network of very stupid people controlled by evil people. No amount of truth-seeking or reasoning will make even a slight ripple. But I have done above what Rappaport suggested, spread the news that even the NY Times knows the PCR test is a hoax. That too is good to know, but not a matter that creates s ripple. Human stupidity marches on.