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The Last Days of the Covidian Cult, by CJ Hopkins

The good guys and gals are slowly winning the science battle, but that doesn’t mean the bad guys and gals aren’t going to continue to press for totalitarianism. From CJ Hopkins at off-guardian.org:

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 “experts” and “authorities” are finally acknowledging that the “Covid deaths” and “hospitalization” statistics are artificially inflated and totally unreliable (which they have been from the very beginning), and they are admitting that their miracle “vaccines” don’t work (unless you change the definition of the word “vaccine”), and that they have killed a few peopleor maybe more than a few people, and that lockdowns were probably “a serious mistake.”

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No Time for Crybabies, by James Howard Kunstler

Are all the purveyors of pandemic panic going to turn on a dime? From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com:

Do you know what most of America wants? I will tell you: America wants Daddy to step up and say, “Okay, you can stop being insane now. Really, enough is enough.” Trouble is, America is short on daddies these days. That’s what happens when you throw The Patriarchy on the old garbage barge. Mr. Trump was a kind of daddy, but to many women, especially, he was the wrong kind, Bad Daddy, the worst kind of daddy, the kind who makes you clean up your room and come home before midnight. They traded him in for demented Grampa. He just wants to fondle you — and not in a good way — but family decorum requires that we don’t talk about that. In the meantime, we can do whatever we feel like.

It’s a fact that more-educated folks are most susceptible to mass delusion, and the reason will surprise you. It’s because of status-seeking. Yes, even more than money. We’re hard-wired for it. And status is liable to send money in your direction, anyway. Among the educated managerial class, going along with everybody else is crucial because careerism in a bureaucratic system, public or private, demands it. If you seek to rise in the hierarchy, or are just angling for brownie points, you must appear to subscribe to the reigning beliefs-of-the-moment, no matter how crazy, and the punishments are severe for appearing to not go along— like losing your career and livelihood, and all prospects of a comfortable life.

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My secret plan to end the vaccine madness, by Steve Kirsch

It’s an admirable plan, but generally the only way madness ends is when it collides head-on with reality. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

There is no one thing that ends the madness. Each activity contributes to moving the ball forward.

The good news is that people in healthcare are getting really upset now and many are sacrificing their jobs to speak out. So I think this will end sooner than later.

As always, our biggest “convincer” is the vaccine itself. Sooner or later doctors and nurses are going to have to stop ignoring the side effects and speak out just as occurred here.

I’m currently of the belief that there are only two basic ways to victory:

  1. End the censorship of doctors. Enable the 30% of “red pill” healthcare provider to speak out without fear of retribution

  2. Discredit the authorities. Find a way to discredit the “authorities” in a way that the “blue pill” public can relate to, e.g., a debate, show “hidden camera footage,” get The New York Times to run a whistleblower story, etc.

Here are some of the activities I’m involved in now (in my copious free time while not writing Substack articles):

  1. Enable doctors to speak the truth without fear of retribution from medical boards and hospitals. Stopping the censorship of doctors either in a single state, or across the country with a coordinated day where 100,000 healthcare providers speak out at the same time. This includes activities such as suing state medical boards for violating the free speech rights of doctors and creating a special substack to coordinate action

  2. Get RFK Jr. on Rogan

  3. Publicizing the actual rates of child injury from school medical officials and making this public with names of the institutions

  4. Discredit the ringleaders (Fauci, CDC) with evidence that they can’t defend. This is harder than it sounds. For example, Malone mentioned the Biden / Modi call. Professor Peter Schirmacher who is beyond reproach showed at least 30% of the deaths post-vaccine were caused by the vaccine, but the CDC was able to get the story quashed and the mainstream media refused to acknowledge it.

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Ben Shapiro Eviscerates COVID Cult And ‘Authoritarian Lockdown Nonsense’ That’s Destroyed ‘Millions Of Lives’, by Tyler Durden

Looks like the normally mild-mannered Ben Shapiro has had enough. Those of us who are not so mild-mannered reached that point some time ago. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Now that the tide has officially turned thanks to Omicron – the hyper-transmissible, vaccine-mocking Covid strain that features flu-like symptoms and virtually no death, public health officials and their legacy media lapdogs have some explaining to do.

In a Friday Twitter thread, Daily Wire co-founder Ben Shapiro shines an industrial grade spotlight in the faces of the hypocritical left over their seemingly-overnight pivot on Covid truths – which until now were verboten and could get one banned, demonetized, or canceled by woke mobs.

Without further ado:

Continued via Threadreaderapp (emphasis ours): 

1. Cloth masks are ineffective against omicron (Leanna Wen, CNN);

2. The vaccinated can spread and get covid;

3. The death rate is comparable to the flu (Chris Hayes);

4. Many people are entering hospitals with covid, not from covid (Fauci);

5. Natural immunity is a reason omicron hasn’t been as virulent (Fauci);

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How the game is really played, by Steve Kirsch

The scary thing is how close this made-up memo is to reality. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

6,859 Ground Rules Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images - iStock

This is just my educated guess on what Fauci probably told world leaders about how to deal with the COVID pandemic. A lot of people have told me this is the best piece I’ve ever written.

NOTE
For those who have trouble figuring out whether this is fact or fiction, the answer is that the memo never existed, but it there was a memo, and Fauci was telling the truth, this is my guess as to what he would have written.

To: World leaders
From: Tony Fauci
Subject: Ground rules for the health and safety of the world

  1. NEVER allow a proper autopsy by people who are capable of making a vaccine determination. If an autopsy can’t be avoided, make sure the coroner is understaffed, lacks the proper skills and tests, and doesn’t have the time to do it right. Also, offer to pay for the funeral expenses if they skip the autopsy. This usually works. Whatever you do, make sure nobody reads this guide for how to perform an effective autopsy.
  2. Never allow anyone to do an analysis on what is in the vials. In the rare event an analysis happens, we have your back. We’ll claim that the people who did the analysis are anti-vaxxers who stole government property and deliberately contaminated the vials before they were analyzed. We’ve got all the bases covered.
  3. Ensure that the drug companies have complete immunity from prosecution. Otherwise, we’re totally screwed. Congress is in our pocket on this. We forced them to provide immunity back in the 1980’s. There were only four manufacturers then, and we all illegally colluded to ensure that unless Congress agreed to our ridiculous demand, we wouldn’t make any more vaccines.

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Is There a Limit To Insanity? To Medical Fascism? By Dr. Mark Sircus

As medical facts and reality move against the Covid commissars, they resort to increasingly ludicrous stratagems to keep their quest for ever-increasing power alive. From Dr. Mark Sircus at lewrockwell.com:

Is there a limit to insanity? I don’t think so. The first and most dangerous point of insanity is found exclusively in the United States, where we see a president without all his marbles responsible for a nuclear football. Can anyone in his right mind imagine an 80-year-old man in severe mental decline deciding the world’s fate in a nuclear crisis?

This essay tries to do justice to the insanities running amock in our world today, but something new comes out every day to add to the list. For example, this morning, I read about a directive coming from the World Economic Forum, now hold onto your tea shirt, cries for citizens of the world to stop washing their clothes to fight climate change. That’s as bad as Bill Gates wanting to spend billions to cool a cooling planet. The list of madness about climate change and CO2 knows no end, but at least Gates had the intelligence to take down his TED talk where he made a complete fool of himself.

Facebook Now Censoring the British Medical Journal
Because New Science Goes Against Pfizer’s Lies and Deception

On a lighter but still crazy side, deciding whether the music Frosty the SnowMan is gender-inclusive or not, whether it will upset some people, is another sickness that is hard to believe. Some people take any excuse to get upset because they are upset no matter the trigger. Some people are emotionally an accident just waiting to happen.

Health officials are like that too. Omicron arrived, and we had a chorus of freakouts and a ruined Christmas for many, all for a virus no more harmful than mild flu. That is the official story now, but there are people and organizations ridiculous enough to continue to scare the crap out of the public because they like doing that.

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A Brief History of Epic Mass Madness, by James Howard Kunstler

We’re living through an age future historians will look back upon in the same way present-day historians look upon black-plague dancing and Tulip Bulb Mania. From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com:

The thesis called mass formation psychosis put forward lately by the Belgian psychologist Mattias Desmet — a good digest here in text, not video — goes a long way to explaining the disgraceful mindfuckery that Western Civ has fallen for in our time, promulgated by a thinking class that descended into abject madness. It’s well worth reviewing.

The descent was provoked by the existential anxiety over the collapse of techno-industrial economies and the end of progress as-we’ve-known-it. (Have you noticed: it was the self-styled “progressives” who went the craziest?) As Dr. Desmet lays it out, the disconnectedness of contemporary life, its lack of meaning or purpose for many, leads to unendurable anxiety. All that inchoate fear seeks desperately to attach itself to some real object, some thing or some force that can be comprehended, fought, and triumphantly overcome. Finding such a target produces an intoxicating sense of communal connection, purpose, and meaning, driving actions that are often crazy and also absolutely impervious to rational debate.

The angst in America was well established by 2016. A beaten-down middle-class suspected that left-of-center politicians did not have their interests at heart after years of off-shoring their jobs, and they managed to elect their avatar, Donald Trump, over the obviously unsympathetic globalist, Hillary Clinton — who snootily tagged her opposition “the deplorables.” Even so, the polls had her ahead by a mile. Then, by some weird twist of fate, she lost a few crucial counties in midwestern states she hadn’t bothered to visit, and was reportedly too plastered after midnight on election night to come down and console the troops at campaign headquarters. The shocking election outcome instantly deranged the nation’s entire managerial class and its thinking-out-loud interlocutors in the news media and on campus.

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The Anecdotes of an American Nobody at the End of Things, by Doug “Uncola” Lynn

Many of us have seen more insanely disturbing things since the Covid outbreak began than we saw our entire lives before it. From Doug “Uncola” Lynn at theburningplatform.com:

No man has been shattered by the blows of Fortune unless he was first deceived by her favours. Those who loved her gifts as if they were their own forever, who wanted to be admired on account of them, are laid low and grieve when the false and transient pleasures desert their vain and childish minds, ignorant of every stable pleasure. But the man who is not puffed up in good times does not collapse either when they change. His fortitude is already tested and he maintains a mind unconquered in the face of either condition: for in the midst of prosperity he has tried his own strength against adversity.

– Seneca

You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked.

– Revelation 3:17

There is no denying the Creature from Jekyll Island is a snake eating its own tail. Unfortunately, the tail is the entire world and it was devoured slow and sure:  banking, Wall Street, sovereign governments, international corporations, and, now, Main Street and entire populations around the globe.

It’s been a year and a few days since The Great Reset officially began on November 3, 2020. That was when a handful of Democrat Party controlled precincts, in Democrat Party controlled cities, in key electoral swing states, all stopped counting votes in the middle of the night.  Forgetting that Trump received more votes than any other president in history and Sleepy Joe was said to have received even more votes with the winning margins secured in those Democrat-controlled precincts – the unbelievable irony is now this: Those who believe Biden is a legitimate president consider those who disagree with that consensus as believers of “The Big Lie”.

Quite a paradox, indeed.

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The Lighter Side of Insanity

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stilts holding building government trying keep covid story up

bridge 99.97 percent safe government have to swim

h/t Burning Platform

Situation Report, by Hardscrabble Farmer

The entire response to Covid has been contrary to both nature and common sense. From Hardscrabble Farmer at theburningplatform.com:

I don’t get out that often. Farming requires a constant set of eyeballs on the herds and flocks as well as a fair degree of labor regardless of the season. Throughout the past year and half as the rest of the world seemed to have descended into a collective psychosis over an annual flu bug I watched from a comfortable distance, not only in the physical sense, but psychologically as well. I began to pay attention to the developing narrative very early in January of 2020 when most people were going about their lives blithely unaware of the developing storm clouds building on the horizon.

I am not combative by nature, but generally affable and easygoing with others. As the early adopters of the masks began their paranoid devotions, I simply kept my distance and went about my business without comment. I firmly believe in the right of self-determination and that everyone has the ability to make decisions for themselves without being compelled by threats of force or other more pernicious forms of coercion. When the first mandates went into effect, I disregarded them as illogical and irrational and continued to go about my life as I had previously.

I’m not sure why no one ever bothered me, but it probably had something to do with the fact that I know where I am going and what I am doing and give off vibe of someone on a mission. The children always enjoyed going shopping with me rather than my wife because when I enter a store, I select what I came for and exit promptly. The socializing, the aimless drifting from one aisle to the next has never held any fascination for me and I move about around the rest of the shoppers like a border collie amongst the herds.

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