Joseph and the amazing technicolor green screen

h/t Ab on this – go to the one-minute mark and see if you see anything strange going on. There is a shortened version of this video over at Fakeologist, with a lively discussion. I don’t know quite what to make of it. In the shortened version shown at Ab’s, the assumption is that Biden is part of a layer operation done with Photoshop, and the microphone layer is accidentally placed  in the layer below him, making them pass through his hands and behind him. That’s just sloppy. That, and they appear gargantuan, as big as tree stumps. The narrator there suggests that the entire White House Lawn is a green screen, and who knows – that small snippet might be that.

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(At least) 1,609 vaccine deaths and counting

(Keep in mind that these numbers are probably seriously under-reported. VAERS is an obscure voluntary reporting system.)

  • As of 3/19/2021: 1,609 deaths, 3,958 hospitalized

This post is an addendum I added after more research on the post below. VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) was set up when vaccine makers were exempted from liability for their products. This system, which hardly anyone knows about, is a means by which people injured or killed by vaccines can get some compensation. In the paper from the Miles Mathis site, Vaccine Deaths and Injuries, the author cites statistics from VAERS, which were current at the time. More importantly, he gives us a way to stay current, as follows:

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Hammerin’ Hank, Larry King, RIP

The post immediately below this should be ignored. I thought about taking it down, but must live with my mistakes, as we all do. I have been critical in the past of Miles Mathis taking the Covid-19 hoax too lightly, and have suspected that the “vaccine” for the nonexistent disease might be a placebo. It is not. It is apparently killing people. I claimed below that I am starting out knowing nothing, and at lease that part was accurate.

This post, from an anonymous author and published at the Mathis site, is 74 pages printed, but most of it can be called “anecdotal,” as it is news reports from around the world of people dying of Covid-19 vaccines. The opening part has to be labeled “speculative,” as it is projections on the number of vaccine deaths and illnesses we are not hearing about due to systematic under-reporting by VAERS, CDC and the news media. But there is an underlying theme to all of it, that CDC and news agencies are turning a blind eye to what is becoming a large body of evidence. Full speed ahead, as planned all along with the vaccine, the supposed “virus” a mere means of scaring people into taking it.

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Wither the vax?

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Sorry to scare visitors here with that face.

I have been using Photoshop for a few years now, paying $10 a month for a whole array of their programs from Bridge to Light Room to PS itself. It has always been my intention to do a deep dive and become proficient at the programs, but to date I’ve spend several hundred dollars to do some facial overlays by messing with opacity, and straightening faces for the purpose of face chops. Quite a waste of money. So two days ago I got hold of a training video, three hours long, and did the dive. It’s useful, as the photos we use are offered as a download so that we can work together. It requires two screens, one to watch and listen, the other to work along with the narrator.

It’s a very complicated program with many details, shortcuts, and features I don’t need. I decided as I stumbled through the training video that I would have to watch it three, maybe four times to become a little more skilled. I once considered auditing classes on the subject, but the closest that is available to is Boulder, and anyway, since masking began I don’t do any activity that might require it. Honestly, I was considering doing the Audubon Christmas Bird Count last December, but the organizer is a Covid Zealot. Once, before the insanity set in, we were on a bird outing on the South Platte, and I expressed skepticism about the virus, and he asked me if I was a scientist. I think he’s a bird brain.

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Watts up in Texas?

I follow a website called Watts Up With That, self-proclaimed as the world’s most viewed site on global warming and climate change. Anthony Watts is a weatherman, as we used to call them, now formally known as meteorologists. His website is lively and fun, generally offering up ten or more new posts per day. Last I checked, it had accumulated 440,845,347 hits in its lifetime. That kind of traffic makes POM seem like a wart on an elephant.

Most recently, curious about what had transpired in Texas, I went to WUWT to see what Anthony had posted. I came across A Closer Look at What Happened in Texas During the Deep Freeze, a very long and complex piece by Chris Martz, whose blog is his namesake, and which is tagged “Weather and climate for the curious and open-minded.” He is described as an “aspiring meteorologist.” To keep it simple (for my sake!), I am going to focus on two things, how so much cold air made its way to Texas, and what happened and why.

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Happy anniversary, inmates!

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.

Virus schmirus.

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Jim Morrison … still looking for him

Note to readers: At the end of this post is a long excerpt from the book Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon, by Dave McGowan (fake death 11/22/2015). I don’t know what sent me down this course today, except that I got up, made coffee, and instead of the usual reading going on, I decided to find the video that I knew existed claiming that Jim Morrison is still alive. This is no surprise to me, though in our earlier efforts we looked hard for him, with no luck. Here’s the video. It’s about three minutes and the music is very enjoyable.

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Adventures in virtue signalling

We don’t always write about big stuff. It gets pretty tedious, even discouraging.

We spend too much money on eggs, not because it makes us feel good, but rather because we cannot stand the thought of animals being mistreated. Most people are like us, I know. The people who make the products we use don’t have a choice in the marketplace – they have to use the most efficient procedures to procure and produce our food. Animals suffer immensely in the process.

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Adventures in Billyville

The scamdemic appears now to be in phase two, the stampede to be vaccinated. Two matters came to light yesterday. First, from Ab at Fakeologist, a short paper from the journal Microbiology & Infectious Diseases by J. Bart Classen, MD, titled COVID-19 RNA Based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Disease. I don’t find it at Fakeologist anymore, so maybe Ab decided, like us, that the article is a softball designed to be hit out of the park.

In the article, Dr. Classen maintains that the Covid-19 vaccine contains prions, defined as misfolded proteins that can lead to all kinds of diseases including, says Classen, ALS and Alzheimer’s. It’s not terribly complicated, as even a layman like me can get the gist of it, that the vaccine is poison.

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