Thorough, link-filled summary of the Big Picture:
Part I (focused on the COVID pandemic)
Part II (focused on the climate crisis fraud)
Despite expectations and hopes there wasn’t a ‘red wave’ in the USA elections. So the current political, judicial, economic, medical, educational etc direction of travel are unlikely to change much.
Dan McCarthy shared his analysis with Tom Woods .
By their fruits ye shall know them.
… to name but a few.
The swelling of the red-pilled population is perhaps the best thing to emerge from the Covid panic. The resolutely blue-pilled will look increasingly foolish, naïve and cowardly as that process continues. The red-pilled are taking on all manner of wokery in corporations, clubs and school boards. Long may that continue.Nick Hudson
In The Matrix (1999), there were two: red and blue.
Today there are a few more.
… Logicians… have a reputation for being pensive, detached, and a bit reserved. That is, until they try to train all of their mental energy on the moment or the person at hand, which can be a bit uncomfortable for everyone.Sage Hana
Despite being aware of the AIDS hoax, ‘no virus‘ concept and decentralised understanding of sickness I was still discomfited by Rappaport’s logic in this conversation.1Realising I’m still harbouring some illusions about myself and others. You might be too.
… mass formation… is the easy way out… each person CHOSE to fall under the spell… there’s a moral choice involved… at some level all of these notions of mass whatever, negate the idea of free will and individual freedom.Jon Rappaport
… turning the oil tanker of culture… will take time, personal action and accountability.
Steve Kirsch claims the ‘no-virus-people’1Drs. Sam and Mark Bailey for example weren’t prepared to defend their science in a recorded public debate.2But there’s evidence they were – even though some, like Jon Rappaport consider such debate inappropriate.
The Breggins are dissing Mattias Desmet and the mass formation perspective.
Psychotherapist Todd Hayen thinks this infighting, intolerance and polarisation is consciously fostered to help the agenda.
The Toronto-based psychotherapist recently spoke with Jeremy Nell.
… a really deep conversation, touching on a bunch of things like
- how people differently interpret the same reality;
- why many people refuse to open their eyes;
- ignorance definitely being blissful;
- nfluencing those in our immediate environments;
- having conservative values;
- not trying to change the world; and
- why ultra-cynicism is unhealthy.
Edward Dowd… touches on…
- his background at Wall Street and BlackRock;
- where things started going wrong;
- central banks and their debt death-spiral;
- debt-based money and the dangers of CBDCs;
- “wars” and “pandemics” as a fiscal strategy;
- compound interest as a means to maintain debt;
- the myth of man-made global warming; and
- how to buffer against the inevitable Great Reset.
My point in showing Jerm’s cartoon is not to educate in how to defeat an innocent. Rather to suggest we can ‘win’ against the globalists by disempowering the language being deployed to divide us. One encounter at a time.
Perhaps keep that in mind as you read Chudov’s encouragement.Continue reading Time to De-Stigmatize the Word “Anti-Vaxxer”
… an astonishing new release of discovery documents in Missouri v. Biden—in which NCLA Legal is representing plaintiffs including Jay Bhattacharya, Martin Kulldorff, and Aaron Kheriaty against the Biden administration for violations of free speech during Covid—reveal a vast federal censorship army, with more than 50 federal officials across at least 11 federal agencies having secretly coordinated with social media companies to censor private speech.Michael P. Senger
Quashing free speech enables (amongst other things) forced preference falsification – a process central to Mao Zedong’s regime and vehemently implemented by his Red Guards.
Image by Jerm Warfare1The hammer & sickle are normally associated with Russian-flavoured communism. But in the context of communism on the verge of engulfing the whole world I hope you will agree the flavour doesn’t matter too much.
… seasonal variation… you can go back to… before the second World War… very regular… There is a regular pattern. There is a clear historic trend. Then… there’s this break to a new regime. where we don’t even come down close to the summer baselines that we were seeing before.Denis Rancourt
Not good for ‘the narrative’. In any way.
Also not good for the claim that treatments2like those using ivermectin are successfully beating a SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Authors John Leake and Dr. Peter McCullough don’t pull their punches
Continue reading The Courage To Face Covid
(33:24) I think what we’re seeing now is the cover-up stage.John Leake