Today marks the first anniversary of the scamdemic. We’ve come a long way in understanding, here and at Fakeologist and many other sites you’ll find in the blogroll. Here’s just a short list of things I did not understand on 3/11/20 to I have a better grasp of on 3/11/21.
Virus schmirus … the field of virology is bankrupt. Stefan Lanka takes it all the way back to John Franklin Enders, who won the Nobel Prize in 1954 for some very bad work. This makes me wonder at the corruption of the Nobel Prize committees, how they is possibly used to advance hoaxes and bad science, and deliberately. Think … Barack Obama winning the Nobel after winning the 2008 election, and not having done a damned thing to earn it. But Nobel gives off an aura, and Obama became a “great man” after that in the eyes of American Democrats. He could do no wrong, which thereby allowed him to do much wrong. In the same manner, as Lanka claims,
“[A] completely unscientific approach originated in June 1954, when an unscientific and refutable speculative article was published according to which the death of tissue in a test tube was considered possible evidence for the presence of a virus. Six months later, on 10 December 1954, the main author of this opinion was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine for another equally speculative theory. The speculation from June 1954 was then raised to a scientific fact due to this distinction and became dogma which has never been challenged to this date. Since June 1954, the death of tissue and cells in a test tube has been regarded as proof of the existence of a virus.”
There’s an old saying that we should never confuse conspiracy with stupidity, and as Einstein reminded us, the potential for human stupidity is infinite. Nonetheless, given the passage of time and opportunity to correct course, opportunity for at least one virologist to excel beyond the boundaries set by training, and the ridicule that befalls anyone who disputes virus theory, I have to conclude that the existence of the “virus” is protected by a propaganda barrier. Take but one example, the conclusion by Robert Gallo in 1984 that AIDS was caused by a retrovirus, HIV. Maybe 150,000 HIV-positive patients have been murdered by doctors and their antivirus drugs since that time, and none speak out. Gallo is a criminal of historic stature, and goes on about his business insulated and protected by his colleagues and other powerful forces.
That tells me that viruses are a psyop, invented to hide a host of sins from industrial pollution to electromagnetic fields to what we have now, medical fascism.
PCR tales … I wrote very early on that, in my opinion, the PCR, or polymerase chain reaction machine, was the beating heart of the scam. I learned around that time that its inventor, Dr. Kary Mullis, was a vocal opponent of its use in identifying HIV-positive people. He was ignored, of course, as PCR was in the wrong hands, criminal hands. The AIDS scam could not have been pulled off without it. Of course, I don’t know the man, only having read his book, but I have the sense that had he been allowed to live, he would be an energetic opponent of use of PCR for Covid-19. He came off, to me anyway, as an honest man.
The PCR machine is the virus. It is a black box that can be amped up or down depending on the needs of those behind the scamdemic. It is not identifying a virus, but rather some well-placed snippets of human genome that take its place, so that “testing positive” means not that you have the virus, but rather, nothing. Testing negative means nothing. The PCR machine in this usage is merely noise. And yet on and on it goes, each “positive” test resulting in two weeks imprisonment without due process for the person testing that way, and any associated with that person. This is how I spell “FASCISM,” a system of medical processes so corrupt that there are few historical precedents for it save Hitler’s Germany or the AIDS hoax.
The PCR machine is an amazing tool, so powerful that it can locate a particular grain of sand on all of California’s beaches. In ancestral and archeological studies, in criminology, it is remarkable and useful. But its strength is also its Achilles heel, that in the wrong hands it can be used for a massive criminal hoax, and only a very few are informed enough to know that. Faith in white lab coats is but one of the downfalls of human beings.
Masks and distance follies … there is no science behind either face diapers or social distancing. In fact, social distancing violates the First Amendment of the US Constitution, and no medical authority can issue rules that supersede the Constitution. But they did. It is just a sign of how lawless we are, and how little protection the Bill of Rights ever offered. We’ve always been governed by unseen people using politicians and elections as their cover. The Bill of Rights was a feel-good exercise.
Masking is humiliation, a shaming technique. I routinely shop without a mask, and rarely make eye contact with anyone. They are embarrassed, but also too weak to stand up against tyranny. They are schooled in obedience to authority, and never took time to learn how to think critically. This has not been a good showing for humanity. But even in the sixteenth century, it was no difference. Here’s Étienne de La Boétie writing back then:
The fundamental political question is why do people obey a government. The answer is that they tend to enslave themselves, to let themselves be governed by tyrants. Freedom from servitude comes not from violent action, but from the refusal to serve. Tyrants fall when the people withdraw their support.
Liberty is the natural condition of the people. Servitude, however, is fostered when people are raised in subjection. People are trained to adore rulers. All freedom is forgotten by many there are always some who will never submit.
If things are to change, one must realize the extent to which the foundation of tyranny lies in the vast networks of corrupted people with an interest in maintaining tyranny.
This leads naturally to that vast network of corrupted people who gave us the scamdemic.
Psychopaths, liars, tools, apparatchiks, morons … I imagine myself in conversation with important people, something I hope we all do so that I am not alone and crazy. I don’t imagine the conversation is real, only that I would say certain things to people like Anthony Fauci or Klaus Schwab … I would say “There are only two possibilities with you, that you are either a psychopath or a moron. There really is no middle ground.”
But there is lots of middle ground. Psychopaths are maybe 5-6% of the population, and generally find their way to power. Deceit is second nature to them, always going on, always cunning and manipulating honest people to their will. They are de La Boétie’s “vast network of corrupted people.” But there are others who fall in line behind them.
Liars usually know the truth, or have some sense of it, but are too afraid to speak up due to loss of job and income and prestige, and of course, fear of ridicule. They are basically cowards, but I remember Noam Chomsky, who I once admired, saying that people cannot live in constant tension, and have to resolve it. Liars will eventually resolve the lies to make them the truth if only for tension relief. Thus all of the low-level bureaucrats I and other have dealt with, who imagine they are doing a public service by shutting down small businesses and imposing stupid requirements, have their minds right. They are not psychopaths, not stupid, just human and cowardly. We need to send them not FOIAs, but rather just mirrors.
Then there are morons, or just stupid or brainwashed people. This is most of what we are seeing around us. I have long known that television is mildly hypnotic, and that we are in a small trance when we watch it. Those who make TV news know this, and have had 92 years now to understand how to use the medium. They place good looking people in nice clothing behind desks and have them read to us. They exude confidence. They tell us lies, but before we can think too much about a certain lie, they tell another. And another, switching from one person to another, never giving us a chance to think about anything, not that the schools teach thinking skills. Repetition is key, so that no matter where we tune in to news, the message, though shaded differently, is essentially the same. So from Amy Goodman to Alex Jones, with everything in between, the message is always the same. Goodman and Jones are both government agents, or agents of some powerful force, and both have been outed here. They are tools, apparatchiks. They are not so much dishonest as just worker bees doing there job every day.
I can probably speak for everyone who traffics here that we’ve come a long way now to understanding the scamdemic. The march ahead will center around the vaccine, whatever that might be. I don’t see people dropping dead, but then, I don’t know the future and make no predictions. All I know is that I will not be taking it, but also read that in Britain, our mother country, there is talk that people will have to flash a Covid Pass with their
tracking devices smart phones to even enter a grocery store. That might be our future too, though I do note that outside of stores now are parking spaces for people to order online and wait for clerks to deliver to their cars. That might be our future if we don’t do the jab.
I do see that Canada, Britain, New Zealand and Australia are much more locked down than the US, although California, Washington and New York are fascist hell holes. Those are the major offshoots of the British Empire besides the US, if Britain ever really let go. There seems more willingness to capitulate in those countries. But I cannot say too much, as I live in a rural area and only rarely put on a mask.
Every mask I wear has a political message on it, from USELESS to SHEEP to OBEY … my only means of justifying capitulation to the nonsense.
I keep hearing people saying “I just want this to be over.” It is the most intense agitation propaganda campaign I have ever seen. I know that the lead-ups to WWI and WWII and post-911 were intense, and that the Cold War was a long and intense agitprop affair. But within those confines were were still able to live free, travel, shop, go to ball games and attend church. The scamdemic may end up being the grandaddy of all of the agitprop campaigns. It is monstrous evil.
And no, Virginia, there is no Santa Claus on the horizon. It will not be over soon.