- Mind Control May 29, 2023
- Once a Sheep, Always a Sheep May 29, 2023
- Another Brick in The Absurdity Wall, by Matt Taibbi May 29, 2023
- Most Important Medical History Lesson We Must Never Forget, by Dr. Joseph Mercola May 29, 2023
- Memorial Service, by James Howard Kunstler May 29, 2023
- The Half-Truths About EVs, by Eric Peters May 29, 2023
- Kissinger vs. ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’, by Kevin Gosztola May 29, 2023
- The West’s New Faith, by Paul Rosenberg May 29, 2023
- Drones Over the Kremlin: Is Ukraine Trying To Assassinate Putin? By Ted Snider May 29, 2023
- US Building New Base in Northern Syria, by Dave DeCamp May 29, 2023
- Zero Young Healthy Individuals Died Of COVID-19, Israeli Data Show, by Lia Onely May 29, 2023
- No Laughing Matter: John Cleese Holds Line Against Calls to Cancel Scene in Life of Brian, by Jonathan Turley May 29, 2023
- BREAKING: The US COVID mitigation measures resulted in 23X higher COVID deaths, by Steve Kirsch May 29, 2023
- In Memoriam, 2023, by Robert Gore May 29, 2023
- Deal Reached On Debt Ceiling As McCarthy Offers Biden Two Pints Of Chocolate Chip Ice Cream May 28, 2023
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Once a Sheep, Always a Sheep
Another Brick in The Absurdity Wall, by Matt Taibbi
The Germans and the press are going after Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters to “suspicion of incitement of the people” for satirizing Nazis. From Matt Taibbi at racket.news:
Germany investigates Roger Waters for incitement to parody
Pink Floyd star Roger Waters gave a concert in Berlin on Wednesday, May 17, and last week we learned German officials responded by investigating him for “suspicion of incitement of the people.” Berlin police sent a statement to CNN:
The context of the clothing worn is deemed capable of approving, glorifying or justifying the violent and arbitrary rule of the Nazi regime in a manner that violates the dignity of the victims and thereby disrupts public peace.
This story was media catnip and inspired an explosion of headlines. By Memorial Day, Waters completed his ascent into the Hitler-of-the-minute club, displacing Donald Trump, Jill Stein, Robert Kennedy, Vladimir Putin, Elon Musk, Trump again, and others on the media naughty list. We were reminded Waters is an antisemite and Putin-lover who supports genocide in Ukraine and “desecrated the memory of Anne Frank.” Twitter search returns for Roger Waters + scum populated.
After watching the film Sunday night to make sure, my adult mind concludes The Wall’s themes hold up 40-plus years after release. It’s a great album that sadly has more relevance now, as evidenced by this extraordinary episode of authorities attacking a satirical image as the real thing. In fact, a record that probably did seem confused and a little ridiculous in 1979 suddenly makes a lot of sense, which enhances the general feeling, which I’ve had a lot lately, that the whole world is stoned.
Most Important Medical History Lesson We Must Never Forget, by Dr. Joseph Mercola
Covid was insanity and it’s an open question whether the perpetrators will be able to pull off another such travesty. They might. From Dr. Joseph Mercola at theburningplatform.com:
- One of the most egregious lies spread by mainstream media hosts and health authorities like Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Rochelle Walensky was that the COVID “vaccine” would stop the spread of infection, thereby ending the pandemic. It was a provable lie, because none of the COVID shots had ever been tested to see if they could prevent the spread of infection
- As hospitals filled up with “vaccinated” individuals who were supposed to be immune, the PR slogan “Pandemic of the unvaccinated” was endlessly circulated — until the reality of the situation finally became too obvious to ignore. Then, suddenly, hospitals and health authorities simply quit keeping track of COVID hospitalizations
- The list of COVID measures that were arbitrary, unscientific and plain stupid is a long one. For example, in Michigan, hardware stores that were allowed to remain open were not allowed to sell carpet, flooring, furniture, garden supplies or paint. Businesses were also prohibited from advertising any product other than “groceries, medical supplies, or items that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and basic operation of residences”
Memorial Service, by James Howard Kunstler
The U.S. confronts its psychopathic ruling class. From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com:
“Liberalism was never about freedom, but nurtured a profound desire to change humanity above all other aspects. This rendered it a willing ally of tyrants promising to do the dirty work of such a project.” — John Waters on Substack
An anxious silence falls over the land this Memorial Day as we discern increasingly that those we put in charge of this shape-shifting thing called the public interest are running out of trips to lay on the people. Something grotesque is revealing itself: a bankruptcy not just of money but of national purpose, meaning, and legitimacy. You realize this day, with a breaking heart, that your country has been stolen by psychopaths.
Brace for impact. We’re already off the road and now it’s only a matter of how this vehicle comes to a stop in the ditch. Then, it’s a question of how each of us emerges from the smoldering wreckage. The main thing, though, is clear to everyone: What we were riding in is no more. We’re out there stumbling around in the dark, in shock, trying desperately to assess our whereabouts and what has happened to us.
The Half-Truths About EVs, by Eric Peters
There is a lot they’re not telling you about EVs. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:
One of the most effective ways to spread a lie is to tell a partial truth. As for example that people were getting sick a couple of years ago. That truth was used to spread the lie that everyone was in danger of becoming so sick they might die – when the truth was that unless you were someone who was already old or already chronically sick with some other malady, you would probably be fine.
Another, more current half truth – about EVs and powering them up – is that it’s just a matter of building more places to power them up; i.e., those “fast” charging stations where you wait for half an hour or longer to put a partial charge back into your EV. But the truth is that these “fast” charging places are not like gas stations – though the half-truthers want you to think that they are, for the same essential reason that those pushing the “pandemic” wanted you to think there was one.
A gas station can be built almost anywhere and once it is built, it is ready to dispense fuel to vehicles.
That is the full truth.
A “fast” charging” station can also be built almost anywhere. But once built, it is not ready to dispense power – electricity – to vehicles. Not unless power lines have also been built, to connect the “fast” charger to the source of power.
The difference is critical to understand because it exposes a truth they’re not telling people about.
It is not necessary to run pipelines from a refinery or a fuel depot to each and every gas station -or any of them – because they get the fuel they dispense via tanker trucks that bring it to wherever the station is – which for this reason can be anywhere a tanker truck can get to. It is why there are gas stations in far-away, lonely places. Which makes it possible to drive there – and get back from there, too.
Kissinger vs. ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’, by Kevin Gosztola
Kissinger is one of the ideological forefathers of today’s neocons. This is the story of his contentious relationship with Daniel Ellsberg. From Kevin Gosztola at scheerpost.com:
“Daniel Ellsberg is the most dangerous man in America. He must be stopped at all costs.” —Henry Kissinger
In 1970, before whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg shared copies of the Pentagon Papers with several newspapers in the United States, Ellsberg was invited by his friend Lloyd Shearer, who was the editor of Parade magazine, to attend a lunch with President Richard Nixon’s national security adviser Henry Kissinger.
Ellsberg recounted the lunch in his book, Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers. Kissinger knew Ellsberg from his work at the RAND Corporation,and what Ellsberg recounted is vital to understanding the festering and unrepentant diplomat as the world marks his 100th birthday.
The contrast between the two could not be more stark. Ellsberg has spent the past 50-plus years constantly atoning for the part he played in the Vietnam War while Kissinger has shirked accountability for the vast amount of bloodshed that he enabled.
Kissinger’s reaction to Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers exposed more about who he was deep down than his philosophy or any advice he ever offered on U.S. foreign policy.
The West’s New Faith, by Paul Rosenberg
The new faith is against the old one and aims to tear things down. It doesn’t have any idea how to replace what it’s torn down. From Paul Rosenberg at freemansperspective.com:
Christianity, as people in their 60s and 70s have observed, was pushed off the public stages of the West over the past two generations. At this point, whoever speaks well of it in such places must be prepared to absorb blows.
Nonetheless, nature abhors a vacuum and just about everyone, including the most strident atheist, requires something to believe in. And so the exit of Christianity drew in new faiths, and one in particular, to replace it.
Faith, whether it be called religion, anti-religion or whatever, is a practical requirement for nearly everyone, simply because people aren’t prepared to face an overpowering universe and all the uncertainty in it as a lone individual. They require beliefs like a man requires garments in winter.
The people who pushed Christianity out of the West, however, were anti-religionists, and abysmally bad at mythology. They didn’t even try to replace the old myths until fairly recently, and poorly at that. And so their new mythology came together haphazardly. It was, in fact, confused and unclear, which gave all sorts of rehashed lunacies an opportunity to plug in.
Drones Over the Kremlin: Is Ukraine Trying To Assassinate Putin? By Ted Snider
Zelensky’s days are probably numbered. From Ted Snider at antiwar.com:
On May 3, two slow moving drones flew over the Kremlin and then exploded in flames when the Russian military forced them down. Whether the drone attack was a serious attempt on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s life or not, Moscow perceived it as one, announcing that “Last night, the Kiev regime attempted a drone strike against the residence of the President of the Russian Federation at the Kremlin. . . . We view these actions as a planned terrorist attack and an assassination attempt targeting the President.”
Western officials were quick to dismiss the dramatic event as a drama event, suggesting that it was likely a Russian false flag operation. Ukraine, for its part, denied any involvement. Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to Zelensky, called the operation “predictable” and insisted that “Ukraine wages an exclusively defensive war and does not attack targets on the territory of the Russian Federation.” He then said the event occurred “definitely without Ukraine’s drones over the Kremlin.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said categorically, “We don’t attack Putin or Moscow. We fight on our territory. We are defending our villages and cities.”
But US intelligence now says that that is not true. The attack was not a Russian performance: the denials were a Ukrainian performance. Three weeks after the attack, The New York Times has reported that US intelligence agencies now believe that the drone attack was carried out by “one of Ukraine’s special military or intelligence units.”
US Building New Base in Northern Syria, by Dave DeCamp
Just what the U.S. needs, another military base in a country whose inhabitants hate us. From Dave DeCamp at antiwar.com:
The construction demonstrates that the US has no plans to leave Syria
The US-led anti-ISIS coalition is building a new military base in Syria’s northern province of Raqqa, The New Arab reported, citing a source close to the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
The US backs the SDF and keeps about 900 troops in eastern Syria, allowing the US to control about one-third of Syria’s territory. The report said there are currently about 24 US-led military sites spread throughout eastern Syria.
While the US says it’s in Syria to fight ISIS, the presence is part of Washington’s economic war against Damascus, which includes crippling economic sanctions. ISIS also holds no significant territory, and the Syrian government and its allies would continue to fight the remnants of the terror group if the US withdrew.