Lars Sociolog Jorgensen writes:
If you don’t believe in corporate/political conspiracies, you are completely ignorant. Pierre Bourdieu said that we needed to look more into CIA, Think Tanks etc. As the CIA, Think Tanks etc. are documented to have been infiltrating (also) Western academic institutions and made huge impact on political opinion etc.
Frankly. It’s pathetic so see academics shy away from any such research and even ridicule critical information on the subject.
Ron Chandler writes
…the REAL breakthrough of ‘Water Memory‘ was made by the team of Nobel Prize-winner Dr Luc Montagnier, who EMAILED the stats of a frequency of radiation from France to Italy and thereby synthethized within water the identical compound that had been present in the original water. Too complex to explain, but a step-change for medicine (we are 70% water) Dr M is an exile from his native France, who claimes CoVID was engineered, and contains a string of 12 HIV genes. Big Pharma is terrified of him.
Danica Niketic writes:
*** “this brutal reorganization of the economy bears no small similarity to a #slave economy — but it is being sold to the public by pretending it is this new technology driven ‘Reset’.(…) Everything in this new economy gives people less power and less autonomy.”***
“And already one sees the gradually coalescing of a new #caste system. People deemed ‘important’ are allowed to go places and few questions are asked if they violate social distancing or mask wearing. The new social apartheid which began as a pseudo scientific method for disease control has now in the brief span of a year, become a defacto class segregation. The rich are exempt. There was one article in the New York Post (August 15th) ..
Meanwhile, billionaire David Geffen has been hanging on his yacht, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are cruising Greece in another yacht after receiving “honorary” citizenship, Facebook overlord Mark Zuckerberg has been trolling the waters off Hawaii in a $12,000 surfboard, Jeff Bezos and his lady friend have been (multiple) house-hunting, buying up millions of dollars in property in Los Angeles to build a compound while traveling via private jet to several cities around the country, former Mayor Bloomberg splashed out $45 million on a Colorado compound (joining a host of other billionaires buying in that state as well as Montana and Wyoming); and others are spending millions to buy citizenship in “safe” countries like New Zealand.
That compound remark is worth noting. For this is the future for much of America. Gated compounds for the aristos and the dirty squalid infected world for the proles. And look, gated communities with private security have been in existence for forty years. Only now the separation has deeper implications. Of course, football can continue in both the US and UK, though basketball has been more strictly limited (the perception is, of course, that basketball is an urban game and in a league over 70% black). It is amazing how these strictly enforced behavioural rules are relaxed for the amusements of the court. The rich can pretty much do whatever they want. Literally none of the rules apply to them. There is a middle tier of affluent, those deemed necessary, for the moment anyway, who get to move around more easily. For the millions now without income the restrictions will be quite acute.
So, back to the ‘Reset’ for a moment. I keep returning to the slave economies of times past because this is increasingly what capitalism has been trending toward. The sugar plantations of the Caribbean used slave labour. Imported from Africa. They sold that raw product in markets of the metropole to world markets. But on the plantation only master and slave relations existed. And this is, in one sense, what is being normalized today. Slave relations. And like the gulf Monarchies, who use *guest* workers (slaves, literally) Americans are close already to being guest workers in their own country. And like the Apartheid laws in South Africa, certain castes (replacing race in this case) cannot go to the private beach of Mark Zukerberg. Or these days, often, any beach at all. And it’s worth noting that the old 19th century industrialist tycoons eventually become huge philanthropists. Carnegie, Mellon, Peabody, Rockefeller even. They endowed education, built libraries and hospitals. Today’s tycoons create deceptive Green projects that are really just more wealth amassing schemes to displace indigenous people, steal land and property, and help sell and normalize the police state.”https://dissidentvoice.org/2021/01/anteroom-of-our-own-extinction/
Thomas Nørgaard has corrected for population increase:
(year: deaths/population = death rate)
- 2010: 90.487 / 9.373.379 = 0,9654%
- 2011: 89.938 / 9.446.812 = 0,9520%
- 2012: 91.938 / 9.514.406 = 0,9663%
- 2013: 90.402 / 9.596.436 = 0,9420%
- 2014: 88.976 / 9.694.194 = 0,9178%
- 2015: 90.907 / 9.793.172 = 0,9283%
- 2016: 90.982 / 9.906.331 = 0,9184%
- 2017: 91.972 / 10.053.061 = 0,9149%
- 2018: 92.185 / 10.171.524 = 0,9063%
- 2019: 88.766 / 10.281.189 = 0,8634%
- 2020: 95.022 / 10.352.390 = 0,9179% “
Gustav Agenbacht writes:
A thought inspired by the post of a friend on the topic of the construct of Conspiracy Theory.
A very handy term for spectacularly ignorant people in 2021, to stupidly deflect factual contention of mind pathogens in abundance now, believed effortlessly by the blind masses.
Such as the biological fact, that if you wanted to get great masses of people vulnerable and susceptible to viral and bacterial infections, to help along a Pandemic Narrative of Fear, how would you go about?
Well. Get the fools to stay indoors, get less exercise, less sunlight, impede their breathing, and mainly, expose them to all kinds of environments that detrimental pathogens love….indoors, and the inside of cloths worn on faces for extended periods of time.
Get them fearful by isolated highlighting of incontextual and dishonestly represented data of mortality, fear alone will compromise the immune system by degrees.
Make them feel lonely and isolated and depressed.Kill social interaction as much as possible, especially with the elderly and sickly, where mortality is achieved far easier. Threaten the income base of small business, upon which most of society depend, the anxiety of an uncertain future is a factor and gain of fear not to be sniffed at.Conspiracy Theory.
When I get confronted with that lowly attempt at clandestine insult, (so you believe the Earth is Flat, too..?) my response is a very simple one.’
I would suspect you are meaning to ask if I am highly suspicious of Monkey Business where lots (and lots and lots) of good money can be made from great masses of extremely stupid fools, oblivious of even the most basic tenets of Science?’
(Apart from a slew of attractive benefits to various large scale constructs including States, always prospecting for Political Gold.)
In fact, yes, I am. ‘But here’s a question for you, in return’.
‘Are YOU not suspicious, when in fact the marketing is now glaringly obvious?’
If your answer is No, my dear friend. Well Only one question begs asking.
‘Are you fucking six years old?’
The largest Kindergarten in the Local Cluster of Galaxies.
But bring LOTS of ice cream and clowns and jumping castles.
Perhaps the most laughable and baseless Conspiracy Theory, for the past two and a half centuries, had been that the West had ‘Democracy’.
At least one Conspiracy Theory safely and factually debunked in 2021.
Donald W. Obama writes:
George W. Obama was built in 2011 on the foundation of disappointment and absolute betrayal felt as self-described “progressive” Obama continued and/or expanded the worst Bush-era policies.
Trump provided no illusions that he would be a departure from the Bush years, and as such, Donald W. Obama was spawned in January of 2017.
Joe Biden’s cabinet is stuffed with and/or supported by former Bush officials, intel community “economic hitmen” & coup plotters, neocons, weapons manufacturers, banks, tech conglomerates, and a litany of other special interests. Biden himself is a proud warmonger who not only wrote the racist Crime Bill but also what later became the Patriot Act.
The similarities between Biden and Trump, Biden and Obama, Biden and Bush, are plenty, and those similarities will only grow over the next few years.
It will become quickly obvious why this page will soon be renamed Joebama W. Trump: because Biden will be providing Bush with a sixth term.
Gustav Agenbacht writes:
The term is, in comical irony, mostly thrown around in great ignorance. Perhaps meant to refer to and confused with baseless sensation mongering. Because, to think that conspiracies are mere theory, is stupid beyond comprehension for anyone remotely educated in human affairs. The local ice cream shop is a conspiracy to sell ice cream and make money. Most conspiracies are advertized, or declared, or promulgated, and can therefore not have ‘theory’ added. The government itself, is most certainly a conspiracy by rote and construct, the question would, in any time, simply be the nature of agenda. And to think that powerful individuals and institutions do not conspire and collude, either within their own organisations or with other institutes or individuals, for greater control, profit, power, privilege and advance of position, requires such sheer ignorance, it boggles the mind. Lastly, where official narrative, upon even moderate investigation makes for such spectacular contrivance of intrigue and coincidence, a narrative of ‘conspiracy theory’ as the mythical option, is mere entertainment for the informed.
Whether civil war is coming will depend on the degree of stoicism prevalent among the Deplorable multitudes. Alastair Crooke has brilliantly outlined the Top Three main issues that shape Red America’s “Epiphany”: stolen elections; lockdown as a premeditated strategy for the destruction of small and mid-size businesses; and the dire prospect of ‘cancellation’ by an incoming woke ‘soft totalitarianism’ orchestrated by Big Tech. Cue to a Corpse Reading a Teleprompter, also known as The President-Elect, and his own ominous words after 1/6: “Don’t dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionists. Domestic terrorists.” Some things never change. George W. Bush, immediately after 9/11: “Either you’re with us, or with the terrorists”. That’s the hegemonic, set in stone, narrative now being implemented with an iron fist by Big Tech. First they come for POTUS. Then they come for you. Anyone, anywhere, not following Big Tech’s Techno-Feudalist diktat WILL be cancelled. Bye bye Miss American Pie And that’s why the drama is way, way, bigger than a mere discombobulated POTUS. Every single institution controlled by the ruling class – from schools to mass media to the way workplaces are regulated – will go after the Deplorables with no mercy. Professional CIA killer and liar John Brennan, key conceptualizer of totally debunked Russiagate, tweeted about the necessity of, in practice, setting up re-education camps. Media honchos called for “cleansing the movement”. Politically, the Deplorables only have Trumpism. And that’s why Trumpism, with a possible avenue to become an established third party, must be smashed. As much as the 0.0001% is more terrified by the possibility of secession or armed revolt, they need urgent pre-emptive action against what is, for now, a nationalist mass movement, however inchoate its political proposals. The “unknown unknown”, to evoke notorious neo-con Donald Rumsfeld, is whether the exasperated plebs will eventually reach for the pitchforks – and make the 0.0001% feudal hacienda ungovernable. And then there’s a literally smokin’ element – those half a billion guns out there. The 0.0001% knows for sure that Trump, after all, was never a radical revolutionary change agent. Inchoately, he channeled Red America’s hopes and fears. But instead of the promised glitzy palace adorned with gold, what he delivered was a shack in the desert. Meanwhile, Red America, intuitively, understood that Trump at least was a useful conduit. He lay bare how the corrupt swamp actually moves. How these “institutions” are mere corporate puppets – and completely ignore the common man. How the Judiciary is utterly corrupt – when even POTUS cannot get a hearing. How Pharma and Tech actually expanded the MICIMATT (MICIMAPTT?) And most of all, how the two party paradigm is a monstrous lie. So where will 75 million disenfranchised voters – or 88 million Twitter followers – go? As it stands, we’re deep into Hardcore Class War. The Top of the Scam Gang are in full control. The remains of “Democracy” have gelled into Mediacracy. Ahead, there’s nothing but ruthless purge, protracted crackdown, censorship, blanket surveillance, smashing of civil liberties, a single narrative, overarching cancel (in)culture. It gets worse: next week, this paranoid apparatus merges with the awesome machinery of the United States Government (USG). So welcome to Full Spectrum Domestic Dominance. Germany 1933 on steroids. 1984 redux: no wonder the hashtag #1984 was banned by Twitter. Cui bono? Techno-Feudalism, of course – and the interlocking tentacles of the trans-humanist Great Reset. Defy it, and you will be cancelled. Bye bye Miss American Pie. That’s the legacy of 1/6.https://www.sott.net/article/447172-Escobar-9-11-was-the-prelude-1-6-is-the-Holy-Grail
Jeff Martin writes:
I can scarcely believe that any progressive or leftist would endorse mandating the use of a big pharma product as a condition of living a seminormal life. But they will. They always out themselves.
CJ Hopkins writes:
Please, could one of my remaining liberal friends condescendingly scold me again for describing the New Normal as totalitarianism? I’m particularly eager to hear the condescending “grow up … it’s just a bracelet” admonition.
A “false information” screen covers this post. I reviewed several “fact checks” recently. So far every “fact check” I’ve read is written as if by, either:
- — writers completely incapable of reason, argument, discernment, and the related elementary skills: insight acquisition, concept formulation, essence spotting, fallacy avoidance, and so on, or, are written by:
- — disinformation “specialists” employing those same faults for the same reason spam emails soliciting your bank account information are written in stilted and broken English:
Billy Bob writes:
Trump correctly perceived the crisis of legitimacy that had been growing among the citizenry and he appeared to honestly believed that he could do a better job of running the country and furthering the interests of the American people but he maintained this narcissistic belief despite lacking the most basic understanding of how things work or why things are as they are. He seemed truly clueless regarding the capitalist class consensus and their view of the working class as a threat that must be pacified through the liberal application of divisive propaganda via the mass media. Trump seemed clueless regarding their need to project global power through perpetual war, sanctions, trade agreements, and the military encirclement of noncompliant states.
He discovered early on that the status quo which he railed against resulted from an entrenched perspective of the capitalist class best interest and although “being friends with Russia”, making peace with North Korea, or ending the forever wars in the mid-East or Afghanistan could easily win over a majority of the population, there was no way the ruling class would allow Trump to damage and weaken their imperial grip through the implementation of such policies.
So although Trump was in many ways an instinctive and gifted politician who managed to navigate his way through the political jungle by opportunistically capitalizing on the widespread disgust of the status quo, and despite the fact that he truly believed he could do better for the prosperity of the country (including the working class) than what had been wrought by the status quo, he failed to recognize the basic reality that presidents are figureheads and exist for no other reason than to represent the interest of the ruling capitalist class consensus. He naively and indeed foolishly believed that the ruling class would permit him to pursue an agenda that was even mildly at odds with their own.
Honest intelligent folks can agree to disagree on precisely what Trump’s deeply held convictions were, whether he had any at all, and what changes he would have made had he been allowed a free hand to do as he saw fit. But proclaiming Trump to be principle-less and solely interested in his own political and economic success, fails to satisfactorily explain many of Trump’s actions. All that can be said with certainty is that Trump had a poor grasp of the Marxian political reality grounded in oppositional *class* interests and the changes which he advocated for and which were rejected by the ruling capitalist class consensus, amounted to little more than a strategic shift away from the existing globalist order and towards a new nationalist order where Trump himself would be the arbiter of what policies and agreements were in the nation’s best interest.
Additionally, honest folks can disagree over the origins of the COVID virus and the extent to which it was exploited in furtherance of ruling class interests. Honest folks can disagree regarding the extent to which the 2020 election were rigged against Trump. Both are open questions and it is misguided to pretend to have certainty regarding either. But neither of these things is that important or relevant with regards to the political reality which we all ought to recognize and embrace. Embracing truth necessitates the rejection and dismissal of the contrived narratives designed to obfuscate reality and benefit capitalist class interests.
Democracy in this country has never existed. It has always been a tyranny of wealth. Free speech, free press, free trade, and other liberal aspirations are truly non-existent in this country. Trump was not hated because he was Hitler reincarnate nor was he hated because of his principled pursuit of working class interests. He was hated because he was not a figurehead that would play the game according to their rules and within the bounds of their democratic facade. He was happy to denounce their corrupt system for his own political benefit but he did so while lacking the knowledge, wisdom, or ability to improve the situation.