Crashing’ and Burnin’ by James Howard Kunstler

The Ukraine biolabs disclosure by Victoria Nuland has rent a large hole in the official narrative. From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com:

Yes, life in the early twenty-first century looks more and more like a bad horror movie. And now the critics are moving in, savaging the production.

Historians of the future, boiling acorns over their campfires, will wonder that amidst all the global strife of the 2020s, Americans barely noticed that the US government went to war on its own citizens. Was there something in the water — or, more specifically, in the Pepsi Cola? Or did those “vaccines,” which were so popular as an emblem of their obedience to The Science, turn their brains into something like an Oreo McFlurry? However it happened, said citizens marched themselves ardently into the VAERS database to receive gold stars on their vaxx passports thinking: jabs will make us free!

Speaking of The Science, the nation learned this week, via a strangely staged colloquy between Senator Marco Rubio and Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, that contra to official denials days before, our government was indeed running quite a few — I believe the actual number was 29 — science projects in the foreign land called Ukraine, discovered in the course of Russian military operations there. Loose talk about “bioweapons labs” was efficiently quashed by Ms. Nuland, who styled the work as an inventory of “biological research materials.” These included such science-y playthings as ebola, bubonic plague, anthrax, and sundry viral curiosities of nature. It looked like she was trying to get ahead of the story, as they say in the agit-prop industry.

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2 responses to “Crashing’ and Burnin’ by James Howard Kunstler

  1. We contrived that Saddam Hussein be hanged for his WMDs.

    Justice is blind and impartial, right? Is it also consistent?

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  2. many of us do wish it was blind, impartial and consistent. that would mean virtually all the occupants of the district of cesspools would be in jail. yes, many of us wish that.

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