The CNN headline from October 19, 2021: “ Pfizer vaccine is 93% effective in preventing Covid-19 hospitalization among adolescents, CDC study finds”.
Wuhan Coronavirus = 93
Novus Ordo Seclorum = 93
Propaganda = 93
Order of Illuminati = 93
Saturn = 93
Occultists Worship Saturn/Sun/Satan
But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun (Saturn) your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves. – Amos 5:26
Masonic authors clearly associate Saturn with Satan:
“Saturn is the opposite to Jupiter; his symbol is the cross above the sign of Luna. He is the Satan, the Tempter, or rather the Tester. His function is to chastise and tame the unruly passions in the primitive man.” – J.S. Ward, Freemasonry, and the Ancient Gods
In ancient Paganism Saturn was represented by the “great god Pan”, the horned deity:
” Pan was a composite creature, the upper part–with the exception of his horns–being human, and the lower part in the form of a goat. (…) The pipes of Pan signify the natural harmony of the spheres, and the god himself is a symbol of Saturn because this planet is enthroned in Capricorn, whose emblem is a goat.” – Manly.P.Hall, Secret Teachings Of All Ages
Saturn/Sun/Satan on the Seal of The Jesuit Order:
The Great Conjunction Of Jupiter and Saturn and The Great Reset
The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn took place on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020. Occultists and Astrologers call The Great Conjunction of 2020 the “Great Mutation”, the start of the Age of Aquarius and the return of Saturn.
The Great Reset promoted by the World Economic Forum (the Propaganda arm for the Satanis Elites) is nothing but a smokescreen.
The Corona Operation is the beginning of the satanic End Game. The controlled demolition of the current World Order has begun. It will be reduced to ashes, and out of the ashes, the phoenix shall rise. A New Order Of The Ages ruled by a One World dictator, The Antichrist shall emerge.
Greek letter Delta (uppercase Δ, lowercase δ) has a triangular (pyramid) shape, it has the value of four In the Greek numeral system. The letter delta originally derived from the Phoenician letter daleth which meant “door” or “gate” in the Phoenician language
Greek letter Omicron (uppercase Ο, lowercase ο) is shaped like a circle and has the value of 70 in the Greek numeral system. The letter omicron originally derived from the Phoenician letter ayin which meant “eye” in the Phoenician language
Let’s combine two letters together :
On January 30, 2020, The Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, declared that the outbreak of 2019-nCoV novel coronavirus constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
666 days later on November 26th, 2021 the WHO declared the recently-discovered B.1.1.529 strain of COVID-19, first detected in southern Africa, to be a variant of concern and renamed it Omicron.
Antarctic Islands. More “coincidences”
Antarctica is a place of special significance to our Satan-worshiping elites. From time to time world’s political and religious leaders are making trips to the continent at the bottom of the World. While the true purpose of the visits remains a mystery, let’s take a look at some interesting names of the Antarctic Islands:
Delta Island, Omicron Islands, Coronation Island, Deception Island, Devil Island.
Mount Erebus is an active volcano. Defenition of Erebus: a personification of darkness in Greek mythology, a place of darkness in the underworld on the way to Hades (Hell)
Italian movie named ‘Omicron’ was released back in 1963
The Visitor from Planet Omicron Movie was released in 2013
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children. – Hosea 4:6
For all the twists and turns of the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps none is stranger than so-called “Long Covid.”
For all the twists and turns of the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps none is stranger than so-called “Long Covid,” “Long Haul Covid,” or “Chronic Covid.” With almost countless and often bizarre symptoms from which some sufferers feel they will never recover — in at least one high-profile case leading to suicide — it almost seems like another media clickbait concoction. Except that the medical community is taking it very seriously too, with Anthony Fauci calling it “quite real and quite extensive.” And unlike some other mass psychosomatic (the more accepted term now is “psychogenic”) syndromes that appear to have little in common in terms of exposure but only in symptoms, these do: COVID.
Or do they? What if you knew that the overwhelming majority of these sufferers never had a positive antigen test to indicate present COVID infection or an antibody test to show past infection? What if you knew that just as hospitals were paid bonuses to declare cases as COVID rather than any number of other potential causes of death, the U.S. government is paying a bounty to researchers to pontificate on “Long COVID”?
And what if you knew the demographic profile for sufferers of acute COVID is vastly different from that of so-called “long-haulers”? Acute COVID (normally lasting about one to four weeks) is essentially a disease of the elderly and hits males and blacks harder than females and whites. “Long COVID” is overwhelmingly a disease of white middle-aged females.
What if you also knew that those “Long COVID” demographics, even according to those who insist this is definitely COVID-related, happen to match those of previous somatoform diseases (even if it’s become not just un-PC but a career-killer to say so) such as “multiple chemical sensitivity” and “fibromyalgia encephalitis/chronic fatigue syndrome” and that indeed even these syndromes appear to have been identified well over a century ago?
Finally, what if you knew that far from doing sufferers a favor by misclassifying their symptoms we’re actually dooming them to perhaps a lifetime of suffering because just as there’s no cure to the above somatoform diseases there will never be a cure to “Long COVID,” leaving these people forever in despair sometimes, as with Dawson’s Creek writer Heidi Ferrer who took her own life in May after what her husband called “an unremitting battle with long-haul COVID-19.” She was 50 years old.
Okay, stop right now for a very important explanation. Psychogenic illnesses or somatoform diseases do not mean “it’s all in your head.” Mass psychogenic illness in schools has been documented for the last half millennium, is very common, and often accompanied by vomiting. The vomit is quite real. Psychogenic-related heart disease is well-documented. Yes, people do die of a “broken heart.” Heidi Ferrer is truly dead. “Psychogenic” merely refers to a mental origin, an “abnormal state in which psychologic processes resulting in physiologic reactions are believed to play a prominent role.” That which causes psychogenic illness, whether mass or individual, is called a “nocebo” or the opposite of a placebo.
With “Long COVID” the nocebo is anybody and everybody who treats it as something other than mass psychogenic illness, whether it’s the clickbait media or Fauci.
The largest study so far of “long-haulers,” published by researchers at University College London in July, comprised nearly 4,000 subjects from over 56 countries. Participants were over the age of 18 and suffered from symptoms lasting at least 28 days. The researchers acknowledged merely in passing that in the study a mere 27% or 1020 of these “COVID long-haulers” had evidence of exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. That’s whether antigen or antibody. The only connection to COVID was the attestation of the sufferers. They “felt” they had COVID, regardless of evidence.
An August study of 3,151 British (“long haulers”) in Pragmatic and Observational Research found only 17.2% were test-confirmed positive. A further 12% said they were told they had acute COVID, but no test was performed. And over 70% admitted it was merely self-diagnosis. An influential and scary article in the Atlantic reported some two-thirds of “long-hauler” patients had negative coronavirus antibody tests without making the obvious inference. An advocacy group study released in May 2020 found that only “About a quarter of respondents (23.1%) tested positive for COVID-19” but in “our analysis, we included all responses regardless of testing status.”
Usually, mainstream media articles simply skip the positivity issue altogether. In fact, it’s considered “insensitive” to note that “long-haulers” tested negative and many patients complain bitterly to journalists about this being pointed out to them by caregivers. “I had no proof that I’d had COVID,” complained one about his doctor. “I felt kind of crazy already, and he was validating my feeling of being crazy.”
But even acute COVID has always been a strange beast when it comes to definitions. Neither the CDC nor the WHO requires SARS-CoV-2 tests for labeling either COVID cases or deaths and often enough you hear of cases classified as COVID where clearly the virus wasn’t involved. Belgium complains it has a bad reputation for having such a high COVID death rate, yet has a policy of merely presuming nursing care deaths to be from the virus. Then there’s the “with” and “of” issue. Any study you consult, whether that of the CDC or the Italian government, finds almost all “COVID fatalities” had comorbidities that could have just as well killed them. Indeed rarely is there only one comorbidity. Thus, we surely exaggerate mortality when we say “died of COVID” as it should be “was infected with or presumed infected with COVID at the time of death.”
So why should anyone break form and insist that those with “long COVID” have a test to show exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus? If subjects “feel” they were exposed, that’s good enough.
Another problem with the “Long COVID” diagnosis is their symptomology is vastly too wide. It seems to encompass almost anything. Go back to the University College London, which recruited from advocacy groups like Body Politic, Long COVID Support Group, Long Haul COVID Fighters, as well as social media. Importantly, those symptoms were self-reported and thus impossible to verify even with tests. They comprised a striking 203 in number. The most common to persist after half a year, also seen in other “long COVID” studies, were fatigue, something called “brain fog,” and reductions in exercise capacity. But with over 200 symptoms you’re going to find virtually everything known to exist – and some heretofore not known to exist.
These include “facial pressure, something called “COVID toe” (obviously a novel symptom), feeling quickly full while eating, and “disease in testicular size/penis.” This last is actually the primary symptom of a mass psychogenic illness most common in Asia and Africa called “koro,” in which men believe that, usually as a result of a curse, their genitalia are shrinking or have literally disappeared. Don’t laugh; penis thief “sorcerers” have been lynched.
“Brain fog” may seem self-explanatory, but it’s not. It’s only now been added to the Collins Dictionary, defined as a “usually temporary inability to concentrate and think clearly.” That’s what you thought. In fact it comprises really any neuropsychiatric problem including headaches, anxiety, low energy, insomnia, and even apparently autism. But what’s catchier: “neuropsychiatric disorders” or “brain fog”?
Further, you can find references to symptoms beyond those 203. Just as the media scour the planet for acute COVID deaths that don’t match the usual profile of older people with comorbidities, with “Long COVID” they scan for the most bizarre Weekly World News-type symptoms to titillate the reader. The New York Times claimed to have reports of paranoid psychosis in some “long-haulers,” including thoughts of murder — most foul or otherwise. Another outlet relates a “long-hauler” with “alien hand syndrome,” which has nothing to do with ET’s finger or the horror movie theme of possessed victims strangling others against their will. It just means the hand doing something other than intended and has distinct causes such as a brain trauma or surgery or stroke and show up on brain scans. But with the subject of this article, there was no mention that she had any such test.
On the other end of the exoticness spectrum, the Times article also appeared to cite a bacterial infection as a “long COVID” symptom. So to be clear, any symptom, including those that don’t exist, can qualify.
The CDC, perhaps aware of this bizarre all-encompassing aspect, limits its symptom list to 13 main ones yet only one is strongly associated with acute COVID, “loss of smell or taste.” Which is to say, they are worthless in distinguishing “long COVID” from other illnesses.
Notwithstanding that anything can be a symptom of “long COVID,” remarkably there’s little overlap with acute COVID symptoms and the more common “long-hauler” ones. The hallmark of COVID-19 is respiratory infections; yet these are rare in the “long COVID” cohorts. A bar graph in the University College study lists the 13 most common LHC symptoms; none are respiratory.
Despite admonishments ad nauseam that “COVID doesn’t discriminate by age,” acute COVID patients are overwhelmingly elderly: the CDC indicates Americans 65-74 are six times more likely to be hospitalized and an amazing 95 times more likely to die than those age 18-29. Italian data show mean mortality at 80. Yet “long COVID” patients are overwhelmingly middle-aged, with the largest University College decile at 40-49 and the August Pragmatic Observations in Research study having a median age of 53. As to gender, acute COVID diagnoses are about the same male/female but severe cases measured as admittance to ICUs or deaths are overwhelmingly male. Yet, the University College “long-haulers” are about 80% female; the Pragmatic study 72%. The aforementioned advocacy group study found only 17% to be male.
(Bizarrely, an Atlantic article used this curious ratio to portray “long COVID” as a feminist issue, without observing that acute COVID “discriminates against” men.)
And here’s a stunner. In the U.S among acute COVID patients, non-Hispanic American blacks are slightly more likely to have been diagnosed with the disease, almost three times as likely to be hospitalized, and are twice as likely to have died as non-Hispanic whites according to the CDC. For Hispanic/Latinos it’s 1.9, 2.8, and 2.3 times. But in the Pragmatic study, 96.2% of “long-haulers” were white. Mind, those were Britons and the UK population is more white than the American one but not by much, 80% white alone versus 76%. No infectious disease, no pathogen, is going to single out race or gender like that.
“Long-haulers” also have curious income demographics. According to an appendix in the University College study, “A majority of participants in the USA, UK, and Canada belong to the middle and upper-middle income brackets, with 51.0% of participants in the USA earning more than $85,000/year and 22.5% earning more than $150,000/year.” (The Pragmatic and Observational Research study had no income data.)
There’s really nothing “COVID” about “Long COVID” patients — except what the media, advocacy groups, and sometimes patients themselves are saying. And patients aren’t necessarily the best people to whom to assign expertise. A 1992 Roper poll indicated 3.7 million Americans said they believed they had personally been abducted by aliens. Personally, not that they believed alien abductions existed. And since they were just talking to pollsters and not jockeying for an appearance on late-night TV there’s good reason to believe they actually thought they had been abducted. But perhaps less reason to believe it actually happened.
But we’ve been down this path before. Long before “Long-COVID” researchers had identified other syndromes remarkably similar to each other both in terms of demographics and symptoms and now remarkably similar to “Long COVID.” The British have long used the term “nervous exhaustion,” with apparently the first discussion in medical literature in 1840. The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal that year said sufferers complained of “faintness and weariness and incapability of speaking … or of exertion of any kind.”
A similar diagnosis was “neurasthenia,” the first known reference appearing to be in a multi-volume 1823 text by a British physician. “Patients with neurasthenia present with the predominant complaint of physical and mental fatigue, exacerbated by exertion,” states an overview. Like “nervous exhaustion,” it has fallen out of favor in favor of a term (used by the U.S. Public Health Agency) comprising two previous syndromes, “Myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome,” or ME/CFS.
There are also offshoots such as Gulf War Syndrome on which I have extensively written, for which nobody has posited any causes that makes sense or to which any more than a small minority of alleged sufferers were exposed (such as depleted uranium, in this case.) The very term “syndrome” is a red flag in that it means a constellation that may have no more connection than the stars that make up the Greek ones, with two points of light somehow signifying a dog. (Not incidentally, the NIH has referred to “Long COVID” as a “constellation of symptoms.”)
“Early studies into long COVID symptomatology suggest many overlaps with clinical presentation of ME/CFS,” states an article in the April 2021 Medicina. “Insights from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Help Unravel the Pathogenesis of Postacute COVID-19 Syndrome” is the title of one medical journal article.
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) in a 1999 position statement also related ME/CFS to something called “multiple chemical sensitivity” (MCS), alternatively called “idiopathic environmental intolerances” and “clinical ecology.” This is the only one of the mysterious syndromes, up until “Long COVID,” that supposedly had a common etiology or source. But a most curious one.
Physicians and others who “treat” this condition hook their patients for life because there’s no cure and never will be. “Advocacy groups” for such patients such as the Chemical Injury Information Network, the National Coalition for the Chemically Injured, and the National Foundation for the Chemically Hypersensitive are often just referral fronts. Likewise, “post-Covid care clinics” have sprung up around the country.
As to ME/CFS, see if this under the CDC definition seem familiar. “People with ME/CFS are often not able to do their usual activities” and often have “overwhelming fatigue that is not improved by rest. ME/CFS may get worse after any activity, whether it’s physical or mental. This symptom is known as post-exertional malaise (PEM). Other symptoms can include problems with sleep, thinking and concentrating, pain, and dizziness.”
Yes, as Fauci acknowledged, it certainly smacks of “Long Covid.” That includes the demographics. According to the Veterans’ Department, “research suggests that women are 4X more likely to get CFS than men. Statistics also show that people between ages 40 and 59 are most affected by the disorder.” (Nevertheless, for the sake of political correctness the agency declares, “CFS does not discriminate against age, gender, ethnicity, race, or socioeconomic status.”)
So why does ME/CFS have a definition at all? Chalk it up to advocacy groups, a clickbait hungry media, and public demand for the mysterious. Amazon.comsells over 1,000 CFS books.
Once formidable scientific opposition has melted away. Because of new data? No, because of fanatical hounding such as I first encountered with my work showing that, no, AIDS isn’t “exploding into the heterosexual population” and whatnot. My 1990 book was banned from many stores and by the country’s largest book distributor and I was fired from two jobs and unemployable thereafter for two years. Interestingly, my seminal AIDS piece in 1987 got me only praise. What happened in the ensuing three years? It had become an activist issue.
As to ME/CFS, three years ago Reutersran a remarkable article “Online Activists Are Silencing Us, Scientists Say,” in which researchers seeking answers to actual causes of the syndrome and bonafide treatments said they were abandoning the field because of bullying. “Of more than 20 leading research groups who were publishing treatment studies in high-quality journals 10 years ago,” one scientist said, “only one or two continue to do so.” Their sin was in positing psychological rather than organic explanations and therefore appropriate treatments. The campaign to have evidence-backed treatments discredited was “doing a terrible disservice to sufferers from this condition,” said another. “Patients are the losers here.”
Singled out for opprobrium have been researchers of the PACE trial, published in the Lancet medical journal in 2011, that found cognitive behavioral therapy — designed to help patients change their thinking and behavior — along with graduated exercise, comprised a safe treatment that was effective for many sufferers. As to the difficulty of many ME/CFS and “long haulers” to engage in lengthy bouts of exercise, the PACE study didn’t say this but simple ingestion of a combination of caffeine and OTC ephedrine or even caffeine alone has shown it can prolong these. But these people are not being told that. Activists were incensed at the PACE study, chief among them an AIDS activist who simply switched from one politicized disease to another. He and his fellows actually got the CDC to cave — it removed references to cognitive behavioral therapy and exercise therapy from its website. Likewise, they hounded the prestigious “gold standard” Cochrane Review to modify its evaluation of studies that concluded that exercise appeared beneficial as an ME/CFS treatment.
So not surprisingly, among medical researchers there has been almost total silence on associating “Long COVID” with psychogenic disease. When I reached out to the very few who had done so in any forum and even to those who had linked ME/CFS to psychogenesis, I received the silent treatment. They had been taught they had nothing to gain and everything to lose by questioning the dogma.
So now those losing are the ones told they have “long COVID.” What they need to hear is that based on the symptoms and demographics, the underlying etiology for their illness syndrome, as with MCS, ME/CFS, and the other somatoform mass illnesses is depression.
Unipolar depression is projected to soon become the second leading cause of disability worldwide and the leading cause of disability in high-income nations, including the United States. We’ve long known that clinical depression in and of itself is potentially a cause of tremendous psychic pain that often surpasses physical pain. The federal government estimates that about 60 percent of American who commit suicide have had a mood disorder, primarily depression. While misinformed individuals may unintentionally be cruel and tell depressives “Just snap out of it!” the medical community realizes it’s a pathology as real as heart disease and cancer.
A multi-continent New England Journal of Medicine report showed about half of people with depression also had unexplained physical symptoms, which they often considered more serious than the mental ones. Yes, they tend to match the most common symptoms of “Long COVID,” including persistent fatigue, mental and physical slowing, and trouble concentrating. The current edition of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorderslists among major somatic (physical) disorders of depression both “fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day, and “diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day.”
Even the mainstream media have associated “Long-COVID” link to depression, as a Google search quickly shows. But they consistently put the cart before the horse. That is, they blame depression on “Long COVID” rather than “Long COVID” on depression. A typical headline: “How Long Haul COVID Takes a Toll on Your Mental Health.”
Depression is difficult to treat and we desperately need better understanding of the condition or conditions to develop better therapies, but pharmaceuticals and talk therapy can be efficacious, as can electroconvulsive therapy despite its generally bad reputation in the U.S. That said, a disease not properly diagnosed has little chance of proper treatment. By labeling depression “multiple chemical sensitivity,” ME/CFS, “Long-COVID,” or anything but depression we enrich the industries that cater to these people but we damn the sufferers.
Further, aspects of the COVID crisis may have been a significant contributor to depression and hence “Long-COVID,” especially perhaps the lockdowns.
A JAMA study last September reported that “prevalence of depression symptoms in the U.S. increased more than 3-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic, from 8.5% before COVID-19 to 27.8% during COVID-19.” Spread across the country, we’re talking over 60 million extra depressives — a rather larger number than anyone has attributed to “Long-COVID.” Was this depression because of fear of the virus? Perhaps in part. The researchers noted that mass trauma and depression are clearly linked. But among their subjects they found the “burden is being borne by economically and socially marginalized groups,” which has a strong overlap with those hurt most by the lockdowns and accompany income loss. That means people less able to work remotely or to have benefits packages above and beyond the government “safety net.”
It’s not even arguable that the lockdowns have been disastrous to economies, mental health, and encourage authoritarianism even as the data on efficacy in prevention is questionable, especially with the continual rise of new viral variants. Now we can add another evil. To be sure, many “long haulers” have suffered depression for many years before they heard of “Long COVID” and simply made their own connection. But some percentage surely were spun into the dark pit of depression by the lockdowns. It is yet another factor to be considered when deciding to use the power of the state to control human interaction.
Meanwhile, nobody would be linking their depression or unrelated symptom constellation to “Long-COVID” if the term hadn’t been invented. It’s what Dr. Edward Shorter, Professor of the History of Medicine, Professor of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, told me in an interview for an article on Gulf War Syndrome is a “mediagenic illness.”
And with “Long-COVID” it’s not just the mainstream media.
It was at an early December symposium where Fauci declared “Long-COVID” is “quite real and quite extensive.” He’s the same Fauci who apparently got promoted to his current bully pit as head of the National Institutes for Allergies and Infectious Medicines in 1984 for essentially kick-starting the “AIDS democratization” campaign in 1983 with an article in the prestigious medical journal JAMA saying there was evidence of casual transmission. This was long after it was clear it was a difficult-to-transmit disease of bodily fluids. NIH Director Francis Collins also gave “Long-COVID” his blessing, with his agency assigning the authoritative-sounding name of “Post-acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC). That’s all it took for Congress to quickly provide $1.15 billion in funding over four years for NIH to support research.
Mind, NIH doesn’t want and will not fund grant requests saying its new pet disease doesn’t exist. You’ll get no funds hypothesizing that “Long COVID” is essentially depression and that therefore it needs to be treated like depression. Instead, you will propound on how it is a mystery disease with as yet no successful therapies. Further, the medical and science journals are in the business of getting publicity and making money. As I’ve recently noted elsewhere, non-reproducible results that are most probably that way because they’re shoddy science get more attention not just in the clickbait MSM but in other medical and science journals. That translates into yet more grant money. It won’t be any different with “Long-COVID.” We’ve also long known that papers with positive results (“Yes, there is” versus “No, there isn’t”) are also more likely to get printed. That means inevitably that NIH’s $1.15 billion is going to produce a load of junk and keep “Long-COVID” going and going just like the pink bunny even as it also provides the MSM with fodder for years to come.
A commentary in America’s most prestigious medical journal, the NEJM, in what appears to be a pre-emptive strike, has already scolded those who believe “Long-COVID” to “likely to have a non-physiological origin.” The opinion piece “Confronting Our Next National Health Disaster — Long-Haul Covid,” declares the authors aghast that “Some commentators have characterized it as a mental illness, and those embracing this psychogenic paradigm are reluctant to endorse a substantial societal focus on research or to follow traditional organ-specific clinical pathways to addressing patients’ concerns.” It says, this “augurs poorly for many people with long Covid.”
The converse is actually true. What Ronald E. Gots wrote of MCS in the March 1995 Journal of Toxicology holds equally true for “Long COVID.” It’s “a dangerous diagnosis,” said the then- and current executive director of Environmental Sensitivities Research Institute in Rockville, Maryland, a clearinghouse for scientific data. It “begins a downward spiral of fruitless treatments, culminating in withdrawal from society and condemning the sufferer to a life of misery and disability. This is a phenomenon in which the diagnosis is far more disabling than the symptoms.”
Likewise, for so-called “long haulers.” The prognosis is they will be left forever in limbo.
Michael Fumento (www.fumento.com) is an attorney, author, and journalist who has been writing on epidemic hysterias for more than 35 years.
This isn’t going to be pretty, folks. The downfall of a death cult rarely is. There is going to be wailing and gnashing of teeth, incoherent fanatical jabbering, mass deleting of embarrassing tweets.
There’s going to be a veritable tsunami of desperate rationalizing, strenuous denying, shameless blame-shifting, and other forms of ass-covering, as suddenly former Covidian Cult members make a last-minute break for the jungle before the fully-vaxxed-and-boosted “Safe and Effective Kool-Aid” servers get to them.
Yes, that’s right, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the official Covid narrative is finally falling apart, or is being hastily disassembled, or historically revised, right before our eyes.
“the pandemic represent[ed] a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.”
It isn’t over, but that window is closing, and our world has not been “reimagined” and “reset,” not irrevocably, not just yet. Clearly, GloboCap underestimated the potential resistance to the Great Reset, and the time it would take to crush that resistance.
And now the clock is running down, and the resistance isn’t crushed … on the contrary, it is growing. And there is nothing GloboCap can do to stop it, other than go openly totalitarian, which it can’t, as that would be suicidal. As I noted in a recent column:
“New Normal totalitarianism — and any global-capitalist form of totalitarianism — cannot display itself as totalitarianism, or even authoritarianism. It cannot acknowledge its political nature. In order to exist, it must not exist. Above all, it must erase its violence (the violence that all politics ultimately comes down to) and appear to us as an essentially beneficent response to a legitimate ‘global health crisis’ …”
The simulated “global health crisis” is, for all intents and purposes, over. Which means that GloboCap has screwed the pooch.
The thing is, if you intend to keep the masses whipped up into a mindless frenzy of anus-puckering paranoia over an “apocalyptic global pandemic,” at some point, you have to produce an actual apocalyptic global pandemic.
Faked statistics and propaganda will carry you for a while, but eventually people are going to need to experience something at least resembling an actual devastating worldwide plague, in reality, not just on their phones and TVs.
Also, GloboCap seriously overplayed their hand with the miracle “vaccines.” Covidian cultists really believed that the “vaccines” would protect them from infection. Epidemiology experts like Rachel Maddow assured them that they would:
“Now we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person,” Maddow said on her show the evening of March 29, 2021. “A vaccinated person gets exposed to the virus, the virus does not infect them, the virus cannot then use that person to go anywhere else,” she added with a shrug. “It cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to go get more people.”
And now they are all sick with… well, a cold, basically, or are “asymptomatically infected,” or whatever. And they are looking at a future in which they will have to submit to “vaccinations” and “boosters” every three or four months to keep their “compliance certificates” current, in order to be allowed to hold a job, attend a school, or eat at a restaurant, which, OK, hardcore cultists are fine with, but there are millions of people who have been complying, not because they are delusional fanatics who would wrap their children’s heads in cellophane if Anthony Fauci ordered them to, but purely out of “solidarity,” or convenience, or herd instinct, or… you know, cowardice.
Many of these people (i.e., the non-fanatics) are starting to suspect that maybe what we “tin-foil-hat-wearing, Covid-denying, anti-vax, conspiracy-theorist extremists” have been telling them for the past 22 months might not be as crazy as they originally thought.
They are back-pedaling, rationalizing, revising history, and just making up all kinds of self-serving bullshit, like how we are now in “a post-vaccine world,” or how “the Science has changed,” or how “Omicron is different,” in order to avoid being forced to admit that they’re the victims of a GloboCap PSYOP and the worldwide mass hysteria it has generated.
Which… fine, let them tell themselves whatever they need to for the sake of their vanity, or their reputations as investigative journalists, celebrity leftists, or Twitter revolutionaries.
If you think these “recovering” Covidian Cult members are ever going to publicly acknowledge all the damage they have done to society, and to people and their families, since March 2020, much less apologize for all the abuse they heaped onto those of us who have been reporting the facts … well, they’re not.
They are going to spin, equivocate, rationalize, and lie through their teeth, whatever it takes to convince themselves and their audience that, when the shit hit the fan, they didn’t click heels and go full “Good German.”
Give these people hell if you need to. I feel just as angry and betrayed as you do. But let’s not lose sight of the ultimate stakes here. Yes, the official narrative is finally crumbling, and the Covidian Cult is starting to implode, but that does not mean that this fight is over.
GloboCap and their puppets in government are not going to cancel the whole “New Normal” program, pretend the last two years never happened, and gracefully retreat to their lavish bunkers in New Zealand and their mega-yachts.
Totalitarian movements and death cults do not typically go down gracefully. They usually go down in a gratuitous orgy of wanton, nihilistic violence as the cult or movement desperately attempts to maintain its hold over its wavering members and defend itself from encroaching reality. And that is where we are at the moment…or where we are going to be very shortly.
Scotland. Italy. Spain. The Netherlands. New York City. San Francisco. Toronto. The list goes on, and on, and on.
I don’t know what is going to happen. I’m not an oracle. I’m just a satirist. But we are getting dangerously close to the point where GloboCap will need to go full-blown fascist if they want to finish what they started. If that happens, things are going to get very ugly.
I know, things are already ugly, but I’m talking a whole different kind of ugly. Think Jonestown, or Hitler’s final days in the bunker, or the last few months of the Manson Family.
That is what happens to totalitarian movements and death cults once the spell is broken and their official narratives fall apart. When they go down, they try to take the whole world with them.
I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping we can avoid that. From what I have heard and read, it isn’t much fun.
Some 69 people were rescued Wednesday from a life of chains, cages and torture at a Christian ministry in the twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago in a case local police describe as “slavery” in the largest human trafficking ring in the country.
“What we believe is that we have cracked what we believe is the biggest human trafficking ring in the country … some of them said they have been here for years … this is a much bigger picture and we have to investigate each and every case…this relates to virtual slavery with what we have seen here,” Trinidad & Tobago’s Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith told the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian.
Police announced that they rescued 65 men and four women from the Transformed Life Ministry Rehabilitation Centre in Arouca, Trinidad, during a sting operation Wednesday morning. The victims were ranged in ages from 20 to their 60s and most of them were found “in cages and some handcuffs.”
“Some of them say they have been tortured. It is such a bigger picture with profit being made out of this … family members deliberately sending their loved ones here and extracting the profits from the families,” Griffith said.
Human trafficking, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide annually, including in the U.S.
A member of the ministry speaking on condition of anonymity to the T&T Guardian denied that the people found at the facility were being trafficked and noted that the Transformed Life Ministry Rehabilitation Centre is simply a rehabilitation home for people who want to come out of drug addiction.
“It is not human trafficking. It is a rehab so the pastor have [sic] the place gated to prevent them from running away. These people’s parents sign contracts and agree. They also view the places. … So why would families put their love one there if they saw it? Nobody there is in chains, etc., they are lying. God hear me it is a lie, “the ministry member said.
It was still unclear Thursday how the victims were being used for profit but Griffiths said the “barbaric” scene they encountered at the ministry showed evidence that the victims were being tortured.
“Persons are seen in cages, handcuffed … persons were being tortured. We saw tasers and batons … and again this is a situation of virtual modern day slavery,” he said.
At least six persons have already been arrested in connection with the ministry which promised to use the Gospel and expert training to “serve male ex-prisoners and deportees by providing safe transitional housing, developmental and rehabilitation programmers, to promote healthy reintegration into society.”
Almost four billion people have them inside their bodies, and yet their composition isn’t fully known or disclosed. Scientists in different parts of the world continue to discover strange objects in the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines.
On September 1 last year, Japanese health authorities recalled batches of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines after they were found to be contaminated with stainless steel. Days later, German scientists also discovered unusual objects in vaccines that they couldn’t identify.
The German scientists presented their findings in a little-publicized press conference held at the pathology laboratory in Reutlingen. Some of the foreign objects were described as “accurately constructed.”
The live-streamed press conference was organized by the Stiftung Corona-Ausschuss, which can be loosely described as Germany’s equivalent of America’s Frontline Doctors. As expected, the presentation was slammed by Germany’s mainstream media.
Unknown objects found in the blood of vaccinated Germans
Dr. Ute Langer, a physician and a surgeon, facilitated the photo and video presentation where topnotch professors Dr. Anne Burkhardt, Dr. Walter Lang and Dr. Werner Birkholz expounded on the unknown particulates contained in the blood of some vaccinated people.
Burkhardt, who spearheaded the event, was at the helm of the Institute of Pathology in Reutlingen for 18 years and taught at universities in Hamburg, Bern and Tübingen. He has published over 150 articles in scientific journals and did study visits in Japan, the U.S., South Korea, Sweden, Malaysia and Turkey.
Lang served as pathologist at the Hannover Medical School for 17 years before founding and running a private institute for pathology in the German city. Birkholz was a former professor of electrical engineering at Jacobs University in Bremen. Before that, he worked in the management of the chief editorial office of Siemens.
The German scientists noted moving objects after they got sufficiently warmed up.
While the German presentation, which also dwelled on whether the vaccines really have side effects, was met by skepticism, the Japanese report was well-received and triggered worldwide demands for suspension of the COVID-19 vaccinations.
Japan recalled 1.63 million doses of Moderna vaccines due to contamination
Takeda, the distributor of the Moderna vaccine in Japan, recalled three lots of the Spikevax vaccine containing 163 vials equivalent to 1.63 million doses even though the stainless steel particulates, later traced to a manufacturing issue in a production line of Moderna’s plant in Spain, were deemed as harmless.
After the suspension, Takeda, which first reported the strange find on August 16, forged a deal with Novavax for 150 million doses of NVX-CoV2373 COVID-19 vaccine.
The discovery of impurities in vaccines is no strange matter.
The truth is, scientists have added some queer things such as aluminum and shark liver extracts to vaccines dating back to 1925.
Aluminum is the most common adjuvant and could be found in diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis, Japanese encephalitis, meningitis and anthrax vaccines. Also widely used as adjuvants are squalene and extracts from the bark of the quillaia tree. Of late, disembodied tails of bacteria and “bacterial ghosts” made from their empty skins are being infused to make vaccines even more effective.
While vaccines are estimated to save three million lives yearly apart from preventing lifetime disabilities, their repeated injections, just like with the COVID-19 vaccines, pose some concern.
After all, nobody, not even scientists, exactly knows what will these vaccines eventually do to the body in the long term. And the fact that 3.97 billion people, representing over half of the world’s total population of 7.9 billion, including 209 million Americans, have them in their system is alarming, if not frightening.