Dear KAG: 20210518 Open Thread

Cover image: Paris in the Rain by Kathryn Morris Trotter, native of Mississippi and impressionist knife painter.

Overshadowed by Senator Rand Paul’s confrontation with the increasingly disgraced little Tony Fauci last week was this gem.

It’s too bad that a critical mass of Americans did not tune into that hearing. They missed out on some pretty big red pills which lead to some disturbing questions about the current situation with the inoculations currently being pushed on the population.

A member of our group posted a link to a piece in American Thinker that pretty much lays out the situation.

If these were any other vaccines, they would already be off the market.

In fact, they would have been pulled a long time ago. Usually, a new drug is withdrawn after 50 deaths, which isn’t typical because the FDA has a strict approval process. The COVID-19 vaccines have been exempted from it, instead being temporarily “authorized” for emergency use.

These vaccines have coincided with 3,544 American deaths and 12,619 serious injuries as of April 23, according to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reports System database (VAERS, republished “as is” in user-friendly format here). The flu vaccines by comparison are linked to 20–30 death reports a year, according to Dr. Peter McCullough, and those 20–30 death reports come with considerably more vaccines administered.

This is precisely the kind of thing FDA approval is supposed to prevent.

And, as we all know, nothing is stopping the shot train right now. Although, more and more stories are surfacing from people who took the jabs and now bear the scars of it and the expense of treatment since so many insurance companies are refusing to pay for the effects of an experimental therapy.

Maybe this is what it is going to take to wake people up.

That’s called Stockholm Syndrome and it ain’t no joke. Too many are too invested.

Still, this is what “they” want and what is being refused by the very people that “they” want reduced in numbers.

From the American Thinker article linked above:

Inexplicably, Dr. Fauci was able to look at those data and say, “obviously the safety looks really, really good in well over 140 million people having been vaccinated.” How can he look at the VAERS data in good faith and say the safety looks good?

The updated number of published death reports as of April 30 is 3,837. That’s 300 reports in a week, and those are just the reports: per the studies that show that VAERS underreports deaths, we’re on pace for an estimated half a million COVID vaccine deaths by the end of the month. It’s remarkable that the press isn’t covering this.

They are indeed doing the opposite, insisting that VAERS data are meaningless. They say VAERS reports are unverified, which is always true with raw data, and anyone can make them, so we don’t know that 3,544 deaths have happened.

What they leave out is the correlation between death reports and deaths has already been studied, and one report on VAERS correlates with 10–100 deaths. They also leave out the sheer volume of reports. What they don’t leave out is their customary appeal to authority: listen to the doctors.

What a friggin’ mess.

Although, it looks like there’s some potentially good news out there.

If they can’t meet, they can’t plot for the next move to try to get us to eat bugs, can they.

Anyone want to take a stab at explaining this?

And just a reminder that if the Democrats didn’t steal the last election, they would be in front of the cameras trumpeting the audit just to prove that it didn’t happen.

Still waiting for results.

And one SERIOUS question:

In the Gates divorce, who do you think will get the farmland?


Of course, this does not mean committing felonies, but standing up to the forces that want to tear this nation – and humanity apart. The very people XVII told us will be destroyed by the time this movie comes to an end are currently roaming the halls of power…supposedly. It’s a sickening sight.

And now for some mood music:

Your weekly reminder to take the pledge:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.”

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12Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassion, kindness, lowliness, meekness, and patience, 13forbearing one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. 14And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. 15And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in the one body. And be thankful. 16Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teach and admonish one another in all wisdom, and sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs with thankfulness in your hearts to God. 17And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

LUKE 12:22-31

22And he said to his disciples, “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you shall eat, nor about your body, what you shall put on. 23For life is more than food, and the body more than clothing. 24Consider the ravens: they neither sow nor reap, they have neither storehouse nor barn, and yet God feeds them. Of how much more value are you than the birds! 25And which of you by being anxious can add a cubit to his span of life? 26If then you are not able to do as small a thing as that, why are you anxious about the rest? 27Consider the lilies, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin; yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. 28But if God so clothes the grass which is alive in the field today and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, how much more will he clothe you, O men of little faith! 29And do not seek what you are to eat and what you are to drink, nor be of anxious mind. 30For all the nations of the world seek these things; and your Father knows that you need them. 31Instead, seek his kingdom, and these things shall be yours as well.


Anonymous ID: hHkrVD7x No.148156632 
Nov 5 2017 20:06:36 (EST)

Anonymous ID: pqW40Wgk No.148156518 
Nov 5 2017 20:05:48 (EST)


St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And do thou, Prince of the Heavenly Hosts, by the power of God, cast down to Hell Satan and all his evil spirits, who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.

Amen brother.

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome. Via con Dios.

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Great opener!

Makes me wonder if we can get a FAST CASE on work vaccine requirements to the Supreme Court.


Depends on your definition of fast vs the government!


I saw this just last week. OSHA is warning employers that if the require the vaccine, they are on the hook for the worker’s comp claims:

If I require my employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of their employment, are adverse reactions to the vaccine recordable?
If you require your employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment (i.e., for work-related reasons), then any adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine is work-related. The adverse reaction is recordable if it is a new case under 29 CFR 1904.6 and meets one or more of the general recording criteria in 29 CFR 1904.7.

The articles where I found this:

If employers are on the hook for the comp, then they would be on the hook for the LAWSUITS.

No employer with a lick of common sense is going to require it if you confront them with this info.


This is something I have been wondering about…suing for damages/wrongful death when it is a private sector employer who has forced the shot.

Seems like this should carry over onto colleges and universities too.


You would think so.

But public sector employees are not covered by OSHA. There are state programs in some states for that, but it varies state to state:

This site has a great interactive map of the states that have plans to cover public employees, and shows the states that don’t, like Montana, unfortunately. Just click on your state to see:


Thanks for the links. 😊 

On the OSHA map, it shows OK the same as MT…as “federal OSHA” states.

But what I was getting at, is that this OHSA Warning could be used in civil suits against employers…and colleges…for damages/wrongful death.

Not just OSHA claims — individual law suits.


I hope so!


On Market Ticker, Karl Denninger refers to discriminating students on whether they have a vaccine or not, as being a violation of FERPA. So there might be something worthwhile there.


Any idea when n where the kamala green screen photo was taken?

Also, I have another word to add for the week. This is kiddo’s word:

Its a verb meaning to darken or obscure, to confuse.

“The Political History of Obnubilate

The meaning of obnubilate becomes clearer when you know that its ancestors are the Latin terms ob- (meaning “in the way”) and nubes (“cloud”). It’s a high-flown sounding word, which may be why it often turns up in texts by and about politicians. This has been true for a long time. In fact, when the U.S. Constitution was up for ratification, 18th-century Pennsylvania statesman James Wilson used obnubilate to calm fears that the president would have too much power: “Our first executive magistrate is not obnubilated behind the mysterious obscurity of counsellors…. He is the dignified, but accountable magistrate of a free and great people.”


I wondered why the shoes were circled. I seem to remember that sometime ago, could have been months, someone, think it was the Ho, was berated for inappropriate footwear.

Gail Combs


I know a guard who got FIRED from the company I worked for because he did not wear black socks!! If you can not follow a simple directive such as wear black socks, WHAT ELSE ARE YOU DOING WRONG???


She was on vogue with them also.



I like it!  😀  👍 
Thanks, Gil!


Came across this, tweeter claims it was a film set.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

🤣 🤣

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I cringe every time he is called president.


Me too, Dora.

Except when he’s called Nacho President.

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Love the header image! Similar works of hers seem to be fast sellers!

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Remember that time all the companies we hate sponsored a concert to promote vaccines called “VAX live: the concert to reunite the world”? On the website Global citizen? Yeah.

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Dale Sigler

@thattomguy Remember when P&G did that toxic masculinity ad? And we stopped buying…and they lost $8B? Good times! 
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Infographic of WOW.

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From GAB, of course!

Happy go lucky

That’s handy. Is this everything we’re boycotting? Most of it is junk we shouldn’t be eating anyway, but I kinda wish Aveeno and Dawn weren’t on there 😕


Actually, there are quite a few more that should be “on the map” as it were.

For example, Campbell Soup is Pepperidge Farm, Snyder’s of Hanover, Kettle Brand and Cape Cod potato chips, Pacific Foods, Swanson, V8, Pace salsa and Prego pasta sauce.

It would also make more sense if foods/snacks/edibles were separated from health and beauty products (J&J, P&G, Unilever).

I was also amused to note that Nestle currently owns Purina. I have a half-uncle who used to work in a Purina plant. There are far more values of X than people generally recognize when you say “Purina X Chow”. For instance, there is “Purina Monkey Chow” and “Purina Rabbit Chow” (currently called “Purina Rabbit Food Complete Pellets“) and “Purina Goat Chow” (currently called “Purina Goat Feed“).

Another fun thing about Purina is that it used to be the “Ralston-Purina” company. Ralston was human chow. Specifically, you could buy Ralston hot breakfast cereal as an alternative to oatmeal or Cream of Wheat. You can still buy something with that brand and it is just whole wheat, but I vaguely recall that it may have had a bit of rye or barley back in the day.

Deplorable Patriot

I was also amused to note that Nestle currently owns Purina.

Yes…the Danforths sold out. It’s been some time ago now. I want to say at least 15 years.


Even Anheuser-Busch is now subsumed within InBev…..

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Deplorable Patriot

And THAT is still considered betrayal in these parts.


I am realizing what I do not use happy to know they are on the list 🙂


The business world’s bloodlines. I mean product lines. 🤨

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

HA! That got a cynical laugh!  😆 


One simple way to avoid most of these companies is to eat whole food.

Fresh vegetables from your local farmer’s market, local meat you cook yourself, homemade pasta, home-baked bread, etc. don’t have any connection to a big company.

Processed food is terrible for you, and supports these monsters.

If you have to buy oatmeal, sugar, and other staples, those are the companies to research and find the ones that are decent. Otherwise, stay away from packaged food. You’ll live longer, be healthier, and starve out the behemoth junk producers.

Valerie Curren

So thankful to finally get taxes off our backs around here. I finished ours last week & assisted my daughter over the weekend & on through today to get hers filed in time. She’s so busy between wedding planning, job changing, & helping out at church that she’s got no time or energy for much else…

My special needs son works minimally & is exempt from taxes but we ended up filing to get $70 back from Michigan. That was my 1st time to work through an electronic filing & assist him in his 1st ever tax return…interesting & challenging, because of his issues.

I don’t get why the state would withhold taxes when the feds don’t…hmmm.

So hopefully time to play catchup around here, perhaps deal w/ my twitter ban, & get some play time in the new forums.  😍 

Hope everyone is doing well!

God’s still got “this” no matter what we see, think, or feel. 

Hang in there & hang on to Jesus!!!   :wpds_wink: 

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Good to see you! Yes – taxes – YUCK!

Valerie Curren

Render unto Caesar… 🙁


Our accountant does our taxes every year. Kind of nice.

Valerie Curren

I’ve always done mine since I was a teenager, & ours since we got married almost 3 decades ago. I’m too cheap & too disorganized to trust the task to anyone else 😉 But nice for you to not have to directly deal with the hassle!!!


I would not know how >
My husband never had the time but he did them for almost 40 years.

Valerie Curren

I always use the previous years tax copies as a bit of a guideline & order up my forms, directions, & publications from the IRS website. I skim read the directions for each pertinent line & do the calculations needed to get to the “correct” answer. Some of it is pretty straightforward. Other stuff, like Schedule A Itemized Deductions, is where I have the most headaches. I spend as much time Dreading doing taxes as I do actually Working on them, sadly 😉


I know filling out taxes is time consuming.

Valerie Curren

Yes & very mentally draining for me. It’s always such a Huge Relief when that burden is off my back, finally, each year!!!


Fun little factoid….individuals can elect to have a fiscal year on their initial tax return. Fortunately, it’s an easy horse to dismount — you file a short year to square yourself back onto the calendar year, and continue filing on calendar years.

How do I know this? ‘Cause I took advanced tax classes before I had any income, and actually did it. Why would someone do this? Because if your major sources of income are distributions from partnerships or trusts (or Burisma director’s fees), it helps with administration….and if you’re a CPA, it means you can defer your own tax worries so that your clients can have your full attention during tax season (most CPA firms at the time were partnerships). Why didn’t this work? If your primary source of income is W-2 wages, your paycheck withholdings apply to your subsequent tax year. When it became apparent that I wasn’t going to be a partner or corporate Director within three years, it got too expensive to keep front-running tax liability while having withholdings deferred.

I wouldn’t be surprised at all if many of VSGPOTUSDJT’s kids and grandkids were on individual fiscal years.

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Valerie Curren

You continue to be a wondrous wealth of wisdom–thanks for the info 🙂


(1) It ain’t wisdom, it’s experience.
(2) It may not even be possible anymore. I haven’t been keeping up on tax (that’s rant #8b, if you want it some other time).

Valerie Curren

LOL I recognized the difference between knowledge & wisdom but chose alliteration…unwisely? 😉 Enjoy your rants regardless of how they’re numbered.

How is your fiancée? Recouped from the butt probe? Sorry for the indelicacy, erm colonoscopy…


She has completely bounced back from her dealio. All of the stress and disruption from her deal got echoed with a lag to me….to where I aborted attendance at my BAEM meeting on Saturday. 🙁

But all of that is sorting itself out.

She also had to partially repeat a mammogram in the same time period — I guess the plates were not sufficiently refrigerated or the squeezing not quite thorough enough…..

I’m going to be spending most of tomorrow doing lab work. After years of grief, FINALLY my doc prescribed generic Xanax for lab days. To give you some idea of how much of a problem my phobias are, I went into a lab one time and explained that I was a pleasant person but a difficult patient. I wanted everything to be smooth and nice, but what was on the schedule was going to completely freak me out and short-circuit a lot of controls.

They replied that they were quite capable of dealing with things and that I was far from extreme — they had previously had a patient who went irrational and started talking gibberish before they’d even put the loop on the arm, shook like a seizure immediately prior to the needle, then went completely rigid and did not breathe for three solid minutes when the needle was in. They were sure I’d be fine.

Until I said, “that was me, two years ago.”

The Xanax has been a serious blessing, but the stuff takes for-e-ver to get purged from my system (half-life is like 12 hours). I won’t drive after a single beer, so it pretty much immobilizes me for the day. This also means that I have to walk to the lab (a little over an hour) and walk back (same) afterward. It’s a bit of a logistics pain-in-the-tuchis.

But I’d rather do the Xanax method than the “dry” method.

Valerie Curren

Oh my goodness!!! that 2 years ago story is priceless. I’m so sorry that you have to battle that degree of fear 🙁

I used to do my “labor & delivery” breathing for the regular female checks & once the doc thought I was hyperventilating. I was trying to stay calm during what feels like an extreme violation, even after 3 pregnancies & delivering 4 kids!

Sometimes, for me, bathing an activity in prayer & memorizing certain comforting scriptures & even listening to calming music can provide a degree of relief, but I don’t have phobias just certain anxieties so this might be an inadequate approach.

I really hope your day goes much better than you anticipate. God be with you in both His Peace that passes understanding & His Comfort in your suffering.


It’s a phobia. It doesn’t make sense. In my case, it’s a deep-enough phobia that I don’t even process language when I’m in it. And, knowing this, I had to hold myself together to submit to it (pre-Xanax).

I don’t like Xanax, I don’t like the disruption, and I don’t like walking to a lab…..but I don’t really anticipate it going poorly. With the Xanax, I can go, “oh, look, there’s a needle in my arm.” Once I walk/stagger home, my biggest worry will be waiting for the stuff to work itself out of my bloodstream. I’m really kind o’ pissed that my physician didn’t suggest it himself ten years before — he had an in-house lab and surely knew that I was the “Gold Standard” of phlebotomy freak-outs — but I had to request it. And I’ve only done it the new way twice before.

The first time, I took one and still felt afraid that it wasn’t going to be enough to deal with the panic — but that is an intellectualized concern and not the actual phobia. I took another and everything went smoothly. My original 10 pills went down to 8.

The second time, I didn’t have as much intellectual concern that the drug couldn’t knock-down the panic, so I only took one….and things went ok. My pills went down to 7.

I should point out that the Feds have been on a crusade against drugs with addictive potential and I had to jump through hoops to get mine. Ten f***ing pills.

Valerie Curren

I remember a few years back my son was post-op after a birth-defect repair surgery in manland & we ran out of his pain pills (& he still had a Foley catheter going). If the pharmacy refilled his script w/ what was on hand (they didn’t have the full amount) they wouldn’t top the script off when they got their shipment, like they used to do back in more normal times. We would need to track the doc down for more meds/a new script…

Fortunately my son has a pretty high pain tolerance & we were able to get by w/ the incomplete refill & pain meds at home, including some tylenol w/ codeine we had from his previous surgeries.

The pharmacist said that the fed rule changes meant they couldn’t get sufficient pain meds for their regular patients, let alone for people like us w/ temporary post-op needs. It’s just another form of torture inflicted on us by the overlords, for our good, don’t you know!

“I’m from the government & I’m here to help!” RUN!!!


I would be wildly in support of a Constitutional Amendment forbidding the Federal Government from ANY action or regulation of healthcare. It’s not like they’ve been a brilliant example of prudence and wisdom.

Valerie Curren

No doubt. That would likely never fly in this current society. A Much diminished role would be awesome. I’ll hold my breath while they relinquish small amounts of power back to The People…purple is my favorite color!

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Do that for the whole effing economy.

They got into it via the interstate commerce clause, which left regulation of interstate commerce to them. It was billed as an attempt to prevent states from raising tariff barriers against each other, but if that was the real intent, they should have just forbidden that.

Gail Combs

The real problem was FDR and his NEW deal and a WEAK Supreme Court. — The Commerce Clause: Route to Omnipotent Government“…After President Roosevelt threatened to pack the Court to dilute the influence of the uncooperative “nine old men,” a majority of the justices took to the most expansive definition of the commerce clause like a drunk to drink.

The Court blessed the secretary of agriculture’s power to set minimum prices for milk sold intrastate . “The marketing of intrastate milk,” wrote the Court in the 1942 Wrightwood Dairy case, “which competes with that shipped interstate would tend seriously to break down price regulation of the latter.” Yes, so? What was the Court’s point? Only that nothing — especially not liberty — should be permitted to get in the way of the national government’s power to regulate the economy.
As hard as it may be to notice, Wrightwood Dairy still preserved something of a distinction: the intrastate sale of milk obviously entailed an act of commerce. Did that mean the commerce clause barred the national government from regulating noncommercial activities? Not for long.
Enter Roscoe Filburn, an Ohio dairy and poultry farmer, who raised a small quantity of winter wheat — some to sell, some to feed his livestock, and some to consume. In 1940, under authority of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the central government told Mr. Filburn that for the next year he would be limited to planting 11 acres of wheat and harvesting 20 bushels per acre. He harvested 12 acres over his allotment for consumption on his own property. When the government fined him, Mr. Filburn refused to pay.
Wickard v. Filburn got to the Supreme Court, and in 1942, the justices unanimously ruled against the farmer. The government claimed that if Mr. Filburn grew wheat for his own use, he would not be buying it — and that affected interstate commerce….”

This Supreme Court ruling means the Commerce Clause can be used to interfere with ANYTHING a person does even if it is on your own property and never leaves your home.

Another article states:
“….For a century and a half, the Supreme Court took this narrow view of the Commerce Clause. The view was exemplified by Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States (1935) and Carter v. Carter Coal Co. (1936). Both of these cases invalidated acts of Congress as exceeding Congressional authority under the Commerce Clause.

These decisions angered FDR, who threatened to stack the Court with his own justices if the justices refused to go along with his reforms. This led to “the switch in time that saved nine” where Justice Owen Roberts switched his vote and began upholding New Deal reforms. Consequently, the Court issued decisions in United States v. Darby Lumber Co. (1941) and Wickard v. Filburn (1942) that greatly expanded the role of the federal government through the Commerce Clause.
These decisions fundamentally changed the Court’s jurisprudence in the area of regulating commerce. Unlike the first 150 years of jurisprudence in America, from the 1937 until 1995 the Court did not invalidate one law as exceeding Congressional authority under the Commerce Clause. In United States v. Lopez (1995) the Court nullified a federal law that banned handgun possession near schools because mere possession was not commerce. This decision was a step in the right direction but the Commerce Clause has not yet been restored to its original meaning….”

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

That merely accelerated an already established trend. Actually, it didn’t just accelerate it, it removed any and all brakes and put a JATO rocket behind it.

It started getting corrupted in the late 1800s, and Teddy Roosevelt’s “trust busting” was also a big piece of it.


….that I’m using essentially once per year.


I should note that the doctor that prescribed the Xanax is currently three doctors ago.


Looking back on my childhood, I feel fortunate to have had a mother who threatened us four kids with a beating if we screamed or cried when getting a vax.

“So help me God, I’ll beat you within an inch of your life is you so much as make a peep!”

Thanks, Mom. 😄

Valerie Curren


Considering what shots might be doing to a lot of people it seems a healthy fear for your life &/or health might now be in order 😉


Yes, especially now. Fifty years ago not as much of a worry.

Valerie Curren

Agreed. It’s a brave new world…


my mother too !!!! funny

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes! She understood “child psychology”!  😉 

I had a nurse who understood psychology.

“If you laugh, it won’t hurt.”

So I laughed, and it didn’t hurt. And the rest of my life, I didn’t care about injections.


Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Michigan election.

From Gab.

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I have honestly had to distance myself somewhat from the audits, the evidence, and the reporting of the stolen election.

My rage at this usurpation of our rights as citizens is white-hot. I feel impotent, helpless, and frustrated.

We are supposed to have representatives in many areas of our government to prevent this from happening, and they ALL FAILED. They are pathetic, and I hate them all individually, though I do not know them. I wish a pox upon all their houses.

So I am quietly waiting, preparing for the worst, and hoping something good will finally happen. It’s all I can do.


You’re holding the line, Aubergine.

It’s what we’re supposed to do.

Along with “Dig, meme, pray.”

“Do not let your heart be troubled.”


Thanks for the encouragement, Em-star.

Gail Combs

Aubergine, I too had to step away for a while because my RAGE was over the top. Hubby was getting worried. He may be an atheist but he is a much nicer person than I.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Why is there a “but” in that last sentence?

There is, in my experience NO correlation between how nice a person is and their religious beliefs (or lack thereof). I know absolute flaming raging assholes who are Christians, and others who are atheists.

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Gail Combs

Most people here are Christian. They do not have a lock on being good people.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Basically it came across to me as if you were affirming the prejudice that many have that atheists are all assholes with maybe very rare exceptions (I’m sure many here don’t consider me an exception, for instance), and that Xianity is the only real route to being a nice person. That”s why I spoke up.

Gail Combs

Neither Hubby nor I are Christians but we do respect the religion.


I read about the audit and hand it to God. Cannot afford to waist my energy because it does not help. Waiting patiently for God using good people to uncover the truth.
The people who cheated did not do it in a day. Those plotters were ad it for a long time therefore the audit will not go quickly. This is a struggle between good and evil and I refuse to feed my good energy to evil causes.
Stay strong “All will be well.”
The Light triumphs over darkness in God’s time.


You have the right attitude!


It is practice and I learned the hard way.


singing, yes…the “right attitude” must be learned.
I am in a Bible study group which is reading The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs, one of my favorite Puritan writers.
Right out of the gate Burroughs states that contentment (peace from within), must be learned…It is not our natural state.
Highly recommended book.

Deplorable Patriot

Learned and not a gift from God?

Gail Combs

The teaching is the gift?

(Learning to give your worries to God.)

Deplorable Patriot

That contentment is a LEARNED thing. In Catholicism we pray for it as a gift as that concept is somewhat of a virtue. Virtues are gifts.


DP…apologies for an incomplete comment. Yes, contentment is guided over time by the Holy Spirit. In that sense, it is a gift from God indeed.
My intention was to convey that contentment is not a part of our human nature…it must be acquired, or learned. And, as with most lessons we learn, God is the Best Teacher.


Thank you 🙂


I really only glance at this stuff.

Personally keeping a seething cold rage from boiling over.

The audits need to proceed and factually prove the election steal, releasing ALL of the information to the general public. At this point, I’ll fully tune in again.


We are supposed to have representatives in many areas of our government to prevent this from happening, and they ALL FAILED.”

I share your anger about this. However, they didn’t fail, they were COMPLICIT. They will be discovered and dealt with.

because faux bidden didnt win and The Diamonds MUST Be Returned


I agree that most are complicit. But you would think at least a FEW would not be. But maybe not.

Valerie Curren

What was this, that item wouldn’t load at the page for me…


It’s a video about the ‘shots’

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Valerie Curren

Thanks K!


I like this pair of memes from the anons …

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I must be dense. Not getting either one. 😆


In the top one, note that the left figure (a Fibbie who’s “glowing” [clown / shill]) is trying to provoke the anons (the right figure, Pepe) into doing something stupid. Like the infilTraitors on Jan 6 did to unsuspecting patriots, and like the “protestors” inside a few of the P45DJT rallies.

Over the weekend, the boards were absolutely infested with shills (in re the conflict between Hamas and Israel); this past 12 hours or so, though, it’s shifted to those trying to smear the boards with gun posts and thinly-veiled calls to violence.

The bottom one is similar, depicting a chain of provocation, and invoking the failed defense of those accused – and convicted, mostly – in the Nuremberg trials.

In leftie cities, the mayors order the police chiefs, who in turn order their lieutenants, who then order the rank-and-file officers to “stand down” in the face of utter lawlessness. Each of the individuals in the chain has a duty NOT TO OBEY unlawful orders.

Btw, this duty applies to all Americans, whether civilian, LEO / public servant, or soldier.

Valerie Curren

Whatever happened to that American Hero who was jailed in Kansas for refusing orders from aka BHO because his oath to the Constitution forbade him from acting on an unlawful chain of command? aka BHO not being a Natural Born Citizen (apparently) meant he was only de facto pResident. He’ll always be The Usurper to me, along w/ Joe & Ho, since she’s not an NBC either…


At least Barry had one citizen parent, in the story that was put forth anyway. Harris is someone born here of non-citizen parents. No different than your basic anchor baby.

Valerie Curren

yes, dems don’t even have to Pretend to follow the Constitution any more & no one seems to call them on it–grrr!


The problem is not defining natural born citizen. I always thought that meant born here of two citizen parents. Easy peasy.

Gail Combs

Babies Don’t Provide Anchors!
By Publius Huldah

“Section 1 of the 14th Amendment says, in part:

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside…”

One of the purposes of Section 1 was to extend citizenship to freed slaves.

This Section does not provide that illegals who invade our Country and drop a baby here are automatically the parents of a US citizen.

The key is “subject to the jurisdiction thereof”: 
Consider the French ambassador and his lovely young wife stationed in Washington, DC. She gives birth to a child here. Her child was born here. But is her child “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States? No! The child is subject to the same jurisdiction as his parents: France.

Consider the American Indians: Sec.1 of the 14th Amendment did NOT confer citizenship on American Indians. They were not “subject to the jurisdiction of the United States” – they were subject to the jurisdiction of their tribes.

An illegal alien who invades our Country is in the same status as the French Ambassador’s wife. The baby she drops here is “subject to the jurisdiction” of the Country she left.

So the 14th Amendment does NOT confer citizenship on babies of illegals born here – just as it does not confer citizenship on the babies of foreign diplomats stationed here.

Pursuant to Art. I, Sec. 8, clause 4, US Constitution, Congress may make laws deciding how people become naturalized citizens.

But Sec. 1 of the 14th Amendment does not confer citizenship status on babies born here of illegal aliens.
This is important.

For a deeper understanding of this important issue, see Professor Edward Erler’s brilliant essay,  Birthright Citizenship and Dual Citizenship: Harbingers of Administrative Tyranny


Unless the 14th Amendment wasn’t lawfully ratified … which seems, IMO, to be a valid issue.

I suspect that it’s just THIS which has allowed the seemingly “lawless” behavior to mushroom.

The rot traces back over 150 years …

Appeals to the Constitution, and to its Amendments beginning with the 14th (13th too?), fall flat.

They were – perhaps – never lawfully ratified.

Lincoln, borrowing $$$ to fund the Civil War; and without enough collateral to do so, pledged the toil of Americans as guarantee for the loan – from the red shields!

“Emancipation” DOESN”T equal “freedom” – it’s merely the transference of ownership from one agent to another (a different “hand”).

Out of (E-) one hand (-man-), and into another (the Crown). Slaves thus gained equal slave-status with all the rest of us.

1871 made it official. (DC – foreign territory) (among other banes).

My code-breaking spidey sense leads me to consider this as possibly – and perhaps likely – true.

Have you encountered this train of thought?

City-State: Vatican.
. (has its own sovereign gov’t).

City-State: City-of-London.
. (has its own sovereign gov’t).

City-State: District-of-Columbia
. (has its own sovereign gov’t).

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Gail Combs

You maybe correct. Sort of goes along with the 2 presidents prophecy of  by Kim Clement and POTUS Trump as Commander and Chief of the Military, while Bite-me is President of a bankrupt corporation, USA inc.


No essay is necessary. It seems I invariably get that sort of response. The reason people show up here illegally (not just at southern border) and have children is because that CHILD is granted US citizenship. RIGHT? I don’t know whether they have dual citizenship or not – I assume that depends on the statutes of the parents’ birth country. The US, Canada and I believe one additional first world country still have “no-restrictions” birthright citizenship.

When I taught (my last 3 years) in a school that was about 75% hispanic, I had access to the personal information of every student in the building, being a related arts teacher. That means addresses, birth info, parents, guardians, employment info, siblings and any special information. Like “the student is to have no contact with . . .” or “the student may only be picked up by . . .” and so forth.

In looking through this info one of the things that struck me was the separate addresses, even for parents that I knew were married. Almost invariably, the mother and father would be listed as living separately. And why would that be? Welfare. Non-citizens collecting welfare and related benefits for their citizen children. The father may not be in the home.

I understand that the 14th Amendment was designed to grant citizenship to freed slaves and their children. But please don’t try to force the idea that kids of illegals living here are not granted US citizenship. They are. Until the statutes are changed.


I think you’re BOTH right … and wrong!

My perspective hinges on the meaning of the term “statutes”.

Statutes aren’t LAWS.

I’ll try to find again some of the sources for this, which I’ve viewed. Hope they’re still there!

But to hit the nail on the head, NEITHER of you are addressing the MAIN problem!

I don’t mean to be a stick in the mud! But NONE of the so-called “legal” arguments hold water, in the case that we’ve been living in an unlawful state for more than a century!

I wish to get to the ROOT of the problem. Above is my best de-code of what that originating problem is.

The brainwashing has gone on for many decades, for many generations. And anyone who thinks that they’re *exempt* from that propaganda … is most likely to FALL for that propaganda. (Ever see the movie “The Sting”?)

Me too, btw. I’ve been fooled many times. And I will likely be fooled again (but not permanently, I hope!)

I wish to aim our ammo in the PROPER direction. The one that will COUNT. The one that HITS the bull’s-eye, in the RED.

Perhaps I’ve spoken enough for today.

Enjoy your afternoon, G-mom! And you too, Gail!

I’ll wait on the morrow …


I was merely answering a yes/no question, or so I thought. I don’t know what combination of laws/statutes is involved, but these kids born on US soil are being granted citizenship. Isn’t that a given in the discussion? Or is everyone in the sensible online universe just wrong? (As opposed to the actual definition of natural born citizen, which needs to be clarified and dealt with.)

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Gail Combs

They MAY be granted citizenship but it does not mean it is LAWFUL CITIZENSHIP. It just means, like so much else, our actual Constitution and laws are Pissed on.

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Gail Combs

More on ‘Anchor babies’ (Remember Sen Ted Kennedy changed our immigration policies to ‘Dilute’ our European blood and Christian heritage. LINK )

 Professor Erler in his Hillsdale article (linked above) goes on to say:

“… during debate over the amendment, Senator Jacob Howard of Ohio, the author of the citizenship clause, attempted to assure skeptical colleagues that the new language was not intended to make Indians citizens of the U.S. Indians, Howard conceded, were born within the nation’s geographical limits; but he steadfastly maintained that they were not subject to its jurisdiction because they owed allegiance to their tribes. Senator Lyman Trumbull, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, rose to support his colleague, arguing that “subject to the jurisdiction thereof” meant “not owing allegiance to anybody else and being subject to the complete jurisdiction of the United States.” Jurisdiction understood as allegiance, Senator Howard interjected, excludes not only Indians but “persons born in the United States who are foreigners, aliens, [or] who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers.” Thus “subject to the jurisdiction” does not simply mean, as is commonly thought today, subject to American laws or American courts. It means owing exclusive political allegiance to the U.S.

Consider as well that in 1868, the year the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified, Congress passed the Expatriation Act. This act permitted American citizens to renounce their allegiance and alienate their citizenship.</b> This piece of legislation was supported by Senator Howard and other leading architects of the Fourteenth Amendment, and characterized the right of expatriation as “a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Like the idea of citizenship, this right of expatriation is wholly incompatible with the common law understanding of perpetual allegiance and subjectship…”

On the McCarran-Walter Act (not sure how much if any has changed through the Patriot Act):
Speaking in the Senate on March 2, 1953, McCarran said:

“I believe that this nation is the last hope of Western civilization and if this oasis of the world shall be overrun, perverted, contaminated or destroyed, then the last flickering light of humanity will be extinguished. I take no issue with those who would praise the contributions which have been made to our society by people of many races, of varied creeds and colors. … However, we have in the United States today hard-core, indigestible blocs which have not become integrated into the American way of life, but which, on the contrary are its deadly enemies.

Today, as never before, untold millions are storming our gates for admission and those gates are cracking under the strain. The solution of the problems of Europe and Asia will not come through a transplanting of those problems en masse to the United States. … I do not intend to become prophetic, but if the enemies of this legislation succeed in riddling it to pieces, or in amending it beyond recognition, they will have contributed more to promote this nation’s downfall than any other group since we achieved our independence as a nation.”


The Supreme court HAS ALREADY ruled on Anchor babies!

Anchor babies, birthright citizenship, and the 14th Amendment

“…Senator Jacob Howard worked closely with Abraham Lincoln in drafting and passing the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which abolished slavery. He also served on the Senate Joint Committee on Reconstruction, which drafted the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. In 1866, Senator Jacob Howard clearly spelled out the intent of the 14th Amendment by writing:
Every person born within the limits of the United States, and subject to their jurisdiction, is by virtue of natural law and national law a citizen of the United States. This will not, of course, include persons born in the United States who are foreigners, aliens, who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers accredited to the Government of the United States, but will include every other class of persons. It settles the great question of citizenship and removes all doubt as to what persons are or are not citizens of the United States. This has long been a great desideratum in the jurisprudence and legislation of this country.”
The phrase “subject to the jurisdiction thereof” was intended to exclude American-born persons from automatic citizenship whose allegiance to the United States was not complete.
The correct interpretation of the 14th Amendment is that an illegal alien mother is subject to the jurisdiction of her native country, as is her baby.

Over a century ago, the Supreme Court correctly confirmed this restricted interpretation of citizenship in the so-called ‘Slaughter-House cases’ [83 US 36 (1873)] and in [112 US 94 (1884)]. In Elk v.Wilkins, the phrase ‘subject to its jurisdiction’ excluded from its operation ‘children of ministers, consuls, and citizens of foreign states born within the United States.’ In Elk, the American Indian claimant was considered not an American citizen because the law required him to be ‘not merely subject in some respect or degree to the jurisdiction of the United States, but completely subject to their political jurisdiction and owing them direct and immediate allegiance.’…”


So was Kamala Harris a US citizen at birth? Or not? She was born here of two parents who were not (yet?) citizens. They may have been in some process at that point, or not. And being legally here may be the difference. But no one disputes that Harris is a citizen. It seems your argument hinges on the status of the non-citizen parents, not whether kids born here are granted citizenship. Just so I understand.

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Valerie Curren

Yep! They muddied the waters w/ McStain since he was born overseas, allegedly on “American soil” at a military base hospital, though he might have actually been born off-base in town, in Panama, iirc. The Senate did some dog & pony show declaring that McStain was an NBC to their reading.

Clarence Thomas implied the Supremes were avoiding the Q of NBC for aka BHO.

The anchor baby issue comes up too for if babies are born to foreigners here & the parents Don’t Owe Allegiance to America there is an argument that their kids cannot be US citizens. It’s law of soil vs law of blood, I believe. There were Many articles on these topics during aka BHO’s 1st Usurpation, like at WorldNetDaily…


Yes, they only ran McCain through the mill to balance off Obama. Two sides of the same coin.

Valerie Curren

Yep–treacherous traitors!

Gail Combs

Wasn’t she born in CANADA??

Supposedly Heels-up was born on Oct. 20, 1964 in Oakland, California. However her mother was a cancer researcher and worked as a faculty member at Montreal’s McGill University for 16 years.


According to the records I’ve seen she was born in Alameda County, but both parents were non-citizens. She lived in Canada as a child at some point.

Cruz is the Canadian.

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Thank you for explaining. They make sense now.


The Sea Hawk is a well-made adventure movie, and Korngold’s music is a great asset!

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Error Flynn. I had a terrible crush on him when I was a kid.

Concerned Virginian

Die tote Stadt, an opera by Korngold, has what I consider to be one of the most achingly lovely arias ever written: “Marietta’s Lied”
Here’s a concert performance of this aria by Marni Nixon in 1966 (yes, that Marni Nixon, the voice who dubbed so many songs for Hollywood actresses — she was a respected soprano in her own right!)


That was new to me, and so beautiful! Thanks for sharing it. I was always fascinated by Marni Nixon’s singing for so many actresses, including Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, but I hadn’t heard her sing in her own right. What a clear, beautiful voice!


I found this on Citizen Free Press, but I don’t know if it’s true.

Is Hal Turner credible at all? Searches say he is “far right” and a Holocaust denier.

He’s saying that Connecticut published the Moderna vaccine ingredients, and they include SM-102, which is not for human or veterinary use.

According to the manufacturer, Cayman Chemical Company in their filing with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), this chemical causes “Acute Toxicity “Fatal in contact with skin.”

In that same OSHA filing, the manufacturer declares SM-102  “Causes damage to the central nervous system, the kidneys, the liver and the respiratory system through prolonged or repeated exposure.” 

If this is true, people need to know about it. If it isn’t true, patriots need to know so they will not spread disinformation. So I’m looking at it cautiously, advising everyone to do the same, and looking for any enlightenment people can provide.

Valerie Curren

I wonder what happened to the injection vials that one guy “took” to get tested by several doctors &/or independent labs. I thought I heard or read that the patriot might have been arrested. Can’t have the serfs uprising & thinking for themselves!


I’ve also wondered about that, and whether one could simply TAKE POSSESSION of the filled needle, pre-injection, so that one could oneself bring it to a doctor (the “story”) or to a lab (the reality!).

If one pays for the shot … then one OWNS the shot, yes?

Valerie Curren

If the syringe isn’t labeled it would be more difficult to “verify” what is really there so “results” could likely be denied (claim contamination, etc). Aren’t the “shots” free everywhere? That’s why the guy didn’t consider that he was stealing anything, iirc…


Yeah – they’re “Free”!

Meaning, WE are the product.

I’d want to get the batch number that the vial came from, and that was loaded into the syringe.

How many people have done that – 0.001%? Fewer?

Valerie Curren

I’m thinking Real Informed Consent would put the brakes on A Lot of this genocidal debauchery!


We are the parasites to be eradicated, I think.


I am a big fan of Dr Weil fan and saw him yesterday in an interview he gave. He did great with healing through herbs, meds and spiritual. He lost me forever when he spoke of overpopulation, climate change and the virus coming from a Bat.

I was such a fan of his because I believe in herbal plans as meds, I believe that at times medications are needed and I believe in spiritual healing. Spiritual healing is on the top of my list because I feel at this time in history this country needs spiritual healing. I also believe in the power of the mind and of course God.

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Same. 😀


My primary doctor does not give vaccine injections any longer he quit doing so last year. Always wonder why.
His office joined Kings Daughters for some reason but still has Hospital privileges to the Hospital that works with OH State.
More and more doctors are no longer self employed and that is why many cannot prescribe preventive meds for covid.
Still cannot get over that vaccines were given on University parking lot.

Gail Combs

“…Still cannot get over that vaccines were given on University parking lot.”

We keep epinephrine handy when we do vaccines on our live stock. We have had to use it too.


I was shocked when I got the invite to come to the parking lot at the university . We have a nursing school department and wonder how many of the students were used giving the shots?


Well, here is the link on the Connecticut Public Health site. Scroll down to “What Ingredients Are in the Covid-19 Vaccine?, and click on “English.” It will give you a pdf:

Here is the pdf link:

And YES, SM-102 is listed as an ingredient in the Moderna shot.

Here is a page from the chemical company, Cayman Chemical, which manufactures it. Look at the middle right of the page to find this:

“Product DescriptionSM-102 is an ionizable amino lipid that has been used in combination with other lipids in the formation of lipid nanoparticles.1 Administration of luciferase mRNA in SM-102-containing lipid nanoparticles induces hepatic luciferase expression in mice. Formulations containing SM-102 have been used in the development of lipid nanoparticles for delivery of mRNA-based vaccines.

WARNING This product is not for human or veterinary use.”

What the hell is happening? This is INSANE.

Deplorable Patriot


This word alone should raise eyebrows no matter what it is.




Yes. They’re laughing at us.


Thanks for doing all that digging! It would not surprise me if we were told that such a small amount won’t hurt, or that it’s necessary for some reason, or that we don’t know enough to be able to evaluate it. 😡


Wouldn’t surprise me, either, but I wouldn’t believe it!


More about the chemical, from the safety data sheet:

“GHS08 Health hazard
Carc. 2 H351 Suspected of causing cancer.
Repr. 2 H361 Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child.
STOT RE 1 H372 Causes damage to the central nervous system, the kidneys, the liver and the
respiratory system through prolonged or repeated exposure.”

My God.

Deplorable Patriot

Hence why the transfer issues have me wanting to keep my distance from the people who have had shots whether they were the real deal or not.


There are various reasons to be concerned, but I don’t believe that secondary SM-102 is one of them.


It’s apparently only “secondary” to the mRNA itself. It’s the second ingredient, a part of the lipids that deliver the mRNA into your cells. That means every cell the “vaccine” enters gets a dose of SM-102 poison.


That’s a reason to avoid the “vaccine”, but not the vaccinated.


Even though it’s my belief that the VAST majority of “shots” are placebos / benign (made-to-order by P45DJT, so it’s likely, IMO), still I think it wise to adopt the position you’ve taken.


I wouldn’t want to roll those dice, even on that “low” percentage. The consequences of losing the roll are too high.

Deplorable Patriot

Exactly, although just about everyone I know had little to no reaction, so I’m guessing they didn’t get the real thing.


I don’t know anyone who had a bad reaction to the shots. It is akin to people’s reaction to COVID itself. For some, it was not even as bad as seasonal flu, while others had to be hospitalized. The tremendous discrepancies don’t make sense to me.

With flu, you know what you are getting. Everyone has aches, fever, respiratory symptoms, etc., and they feel bad for a period of time. Some who have other health issues might have to be hospitalized, but it’s pretty predictable.

Concerned Virginian

To me, any injection of the CCPFauci Virus “vaccines” is like playing Russian Roulette.

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And the syringe has only one chamber


Exactly what so many of the side effects are!!!


Yes! That is what I thought!


Director’s Cut | Perspective – History Repeats Itself


Just like that video of the local news editorials, with the anchors (actors) using the exact same language in their scripts (across dozens of cities throughout the country), the same is true about the suppression of HCQ in online news outlets.

I think the trick was to use it too late in the patient, and / or to use it ALONE instead of in combo with Zinc.

I hope this pic is readable – perhaps opening it in a separate tab will help:

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Gail Combs

Not to mention the HCQ/Zinc TRIALS WERE STOPPED!!! We should have had the results by June or July of last year. I kept waiting and waiting for the information on the results of the trials to come out but none ever did.


Bizarre as hell the HCQ/Zinc trilas were discussed so very publicly. Then we waited, and waited and waited…

I, perhaps we KNOW the HCQ/Zinc trial were a success. W H Y ? If the HCQ/Zinc trials were a failure, FauXi and his ilk would have been blathering about HCQ/Zinc trials failing.

Something diverted our attention from the HCQ/Zinc trials. It was a common topic here wondering when the results would be made public.


Instapundit is currently down for me. It insists on running javascript on my computer. I’ll miss it.

Speaking of creeping crud, the number of scripts I’m blocking on THIS site has mushroomed. The page wants to run scripts from (allowed, based on communications with Wolf),,,,,,, and (all denied), and (allowed limited in other ways). I can understand gab, but…..


I suspect that every time one accepts any “update” to ones devices, new blocking code is introduced.

I read that an iPhone update within the past year included a Covid tracker / reporting app, which couldn’t be deleted (at least by most users).

I’ve *avoided* updates for a while now …


Linux updates are generally to be welcomed. Other updates……not so much.


That makes sense – thanks!

I’ve always heard good things about Linux, except that one must be an accomplished techie to work everything out – and that ain’t me!

The update-scam applies to browsers as well, as I’m sure you know …

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Can’t delete but can turn off. Unfortunately my devices start acting up if I don’t apply fixes. Always re-check tracking/privacy settings after updates. 😉


Heh. They’re now back up.


Rand Paul: “Social Security Had 6.6M Listed At Over 112 Years Of Age Still Active In The Rolls”


112 wow, I’ll have what they’re drinking 😉

Gail Combs

Don’t miss at 1:30 15 agencies and 30 laws dealing with farms/food….

As one UK dairy farmer said during the NAIS fight, he spent 60% of his time FILLING OUT GOVERNMENT PAPERWORK!


Who is getting the checks from social security? I mean there could not be many or any at age 112?

Gail Combs

Daughters,sons caregivers…. Anyone still living at the address of the 112 yr old person.

After all who would expect the person to show their face outside the home? It is certainly easy enough to forge a signature esp. if you have been doing so for a long time. A friend’s wife forged his signature so often that the bank would no longer accept his!


What a scam!
My husbands mother forged her husbands signature all the time too.


So there have been dog comms, and giraffe comms, and now there are OWL comms …

The House of Orange, perhaps?


House of Orange, princely dynasty that derived its name from the medievalprincipality of Orange, in old Provence in southern France. The dynasty was important in the history of the Netherlands and is that nation’s royal family.
[DDG search “House of Orange”]

House of Orange-Nassau

The House of Orange-Nassau is the current reigning house of the Netherlands. A branch of the European House of Nassau, the house has played a central role in the politics and government of the Netherlands and Europe especially since William the Silent organised the Dutch revolt against Spanish rule, which after the Eighty Years’ War led to an independent Dutch state.Wikipedia

Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, Luxembourg, Belgium, France, Germany Orange, Nassau
Parent house:
House of Nassau

King of the Netherlands, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, Sovereign Prince of the Netherlands, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Duke of Limburg, Prince of Orange, Fürst of Nassau-Orange, Fürst of Nassau-Orange-Fulda, Princely Count of Nassau-Dietz, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg, Stadtholder in the Netherlands

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Valerie Curren

Isn’t the owl some type of satanic symbol or one of child trafficking…can’t keep the evil straight in my mind…


A quick DDG search (“owl symbolism”) landed this – a very short read:

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Valerie Curren


Valerie Curren

Thanks CT. some things are (should be) obvious, but I still don’t necessarily “get” them–blush emoji!

Valerie Curren

interesting read…thanks 🙂

Deplorable Patriot

This site is GREAT! I had been looking for the symbolism of the various animals that appear in Church art, and they all seem to be there. And the traditions go back to the Great Doctors of the Church, long before most people consider Church history to exist.


Glad you liked it …

I remembered from Greek mythology that the owl meant “wisdom”, and so it was associated with Athena.

So it goes back quite a bit, as you said.


Funny, I had a whole thing about that for last week’s opener and then ditched it.

Maybe I should use it this week…

Valerie Curren

Sounds like a timely training! Thanks for ALL you do GMa–awesome!

Deplorable Patriot

Somewhere I came across a tidbit that all of the current crown heads of Europe are descended from the house of Orange. I think it was in a Eustace Mullins book. It goes back centuries, but all other houses that were not related were taken out of power.


I’ve come across similar info – and one can bet that the Brittanica and Weaky listings are leaving out a ton of intel and truth.

Switzerland is heavily involved, if not the center – and there’s little mention of it, except for the Swiss Guard protecting the Pope. It seems a vital connection, IMO.

Many of the “Royalty” may have been dupes / replacements of the original nobles and their descendants. The shell game of power has been going on for centuries …

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Deplorable Patriot

I will say this about not finding information on the internet, if you can’t find anything on a person who seems to be connected, they’re involved somehow.

And, yes, Switzerland is at the center with their famous neutrality. It’s supposed to be the refuge for these people.

We’ll see how it all shakes out.

Concerned Virginian

I had a book at one time, written by a respected biographer, about Queen Victoria. The author appears to delicately hint that Her Majesty was not the daughter of the union between Edward, Duke of Kent, and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld — that, in fact, Edward was “unable” to father a child, so a “stand-in” from another noble house was found.


Tip of the iceberg.

Potent or no, Duke Edward was cucked.

The anons call it “fuckery”.

I deem this language to be appropriate …

Cuppa Covfefe

Look at Bohemian Grove, and their “Cremation of Care” ceremony, with the HUGE Owl at their, erm, “Owltar”…

The owl has a great deal of meaning to Satanists and the illuminati (but I repeat myself). VigilantCitizen has a series on it…


I think, that they think, that it represents humanist (material world) wisdom.

In sacrilegious lieu of DIVINE wisdom.

The owl stalks at night … and all that jazz.

Cuppa Covfefe

Here are some articles from Vigilant Citizen about the illuminati, their symbolism and organizations, Minerva the Owl, and a brief exceprt from the first link below.

[Begin excerpt]:

When a Novice proved to his superiors to be worthy of advancement, he was initiated to the grade of Minerval.

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Minerval seals of the Bavarian Illuminati. These pendants, worn around the necks of Minerval initiates, featured the Owl of Minerva . Also known as the Owl of Wisdom, this symbol is still found today in powerful places: around the White House, hidden on the dollar bill or on the insignia of the Bohemian Club.

The term Minerval is derived from Minerva who was the Roman goddess of poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, magic, and the music. She is often depicted with her sacred creature, an owl, which symbolizes her ties to wisdom. An ancient symbol of the mysteries, Minerva is prominently featured in places such as the Library of Congress and the Great Seal of California.

The second grade of the Illuminati was one of indoctrination. The initiates were lectured on the spiritual principles of the Order but had little information regarding the true aims of Weishaupt and his close circle of administrators.

“The ceremony of initiation through which the Novice passed into the grade Minerval was expected to disabuse the mind of the candidate of any lingering suspicion that the order had as its supreme object the subjugation of the rich and powerful, or the, overthrow of civil and ecclesiastical government. It also pledged the candidate to be useful to humanity; to maintain a silence eternal, a fidelity inviolable, and an obedience implicit with respect to all the superiors and rules of the order; and to sacrifice all personal interests to those of the society.” [10. Ibid.]

Minervals were permitted to meet some of their superiors (Illuminated Minervals) and to engage in discussions with them. This privilege alone was a great source of motivation for the new initiates.

Illuminated Minerval

Selected from among the Minerval, the Illuminated Minerval were given specific tasks to accomplish in order to prepare them to take action in the “real world”. Most of their work consisted in the study of mankind and the perfection of methods to direct it. Each Illuminated Minerval was entrusted with a small group of Minervals who were scrutinized, analyzed and lead towards specific directions. Lower-grade members of the Order, therefore, became test subjects for techniques that might be applied to the masses in general.

“To the grade Illuminated Minerval were admitted those Minervals who in the judgment of their superiors were worthy of advancement. Elaborate initiatory ceremonies fixed in the candidate’s mind the notions that the progressive purification of his life was to be expected as he worked his way upward in the order, and that the mastery of the art of directing men was to be his special pursuit as long as he remained in the new grade. To accomplish the latter, i.e., to become an expert psychologist and director of men’s consciences, he must observe and study constantly the actions, purposes, desires, faults, and virtues of the little group of Minervals who were placed under his personal direction and care. For his guidance in this difficult task a complicated mass of instructions was furnished him.


In addition to their continued presence in the assemblies of the Minervals, the members of this grade came together once a month by themselves, to hear reports concerning their disciples, to discuss methods of accomplishing the best results in their work of direction and to solicit each other’s counsel in difficult and embarrassing cases. In these meetings the records of the assemblies of the Minervals were reviewed and rectified and afterwards transmitted to the superior officers of the order.” [11. Ibid.]

From this basic structure, the Illuminati began its expansion. Everything was in place for Weishaupt to achieve an important goal: the infiltration of Freemasonry.

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(He’s referencing Vernon L. Stauffer, “The European Illuminati” )

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Where I grew up the superstition was that owl was a sign of death.

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Gail Combs

See lyrics @ 2:56


I’ve seen this graphic before, but I haven’t seen any sourcing for the figures / claims.

I wonder whether it’s true, and how one would go about substantiating it. There must be an intricate MAZE of proxies …

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Valerie Curren

Wouldn’t the Commonwealth lands technically be the Queen’s? We have family friends w/ property in Canada, but they technically don’t own it just lease it from the crown, iirc. So all of Great Britain, Canada, Australia, & who knows what else contribute to the QEII’s land it would seem…

Cuppa Covfefe

Yes, They belong to “The Crown”, not the Queen, however. And whoever the Monarch is (hope and pray that it bypasses Chuckles) can “call them in”, although it would not be an easy thing to do.

Even the landed gentry do not really own their own land(s). Most homeowners have 99-year leases controlling the property they have (if they’re not renters), and so don’t really own the land upon which they live. Something else the Founding Fathers wished to leave behind. Churchmouse and/or Gail probably have a lot more info on that….

Valerie Curren

subjects vs citizens perhaps…

Valerie Curren

though the State seems to be able to take away Our property on their whims w/ confiscatory taxes, especially when property changes hands to the next generation 🙁


>>”don’t really own the land upon which they live”<<

This is where the legal terminology of “living man” (woman) v. “person” may come in. A “person” is a legal entity – note SCJ Roberts’ ruling in the Citizens United case – corporations are *persons*.

The subterfuge is deep, deep, DEEP.

I think it quite possible that almost all of us Americans have thus far *forfeited* our claim to life, by not contesting the legal designation of “citizen” (an alien resident here), and by not claiming our birthright as “American State Nationals”.

By such failure to ACT, we may be considered as “lost at sea”, and presumed to be dead. And in so (not) doing, we have thus far forfeited our birthright as OWNERS, both of our LAND and of our share in the WEALTH of our country.

When we die, WITHOUT claiming to be among the living, it is the CROWN which then claims our accumulated wealth, and our vested (but not claimed) interest / share in our country’s assets / profits passes to them.

Evidence of our capitulation to being labelled “presumed dead”, and our forfeiture of individual sovereignty, consists in part of our acceding to the notion of needing a “license” – from the State – to engage in travel for personal conveyance (rather than for commercial transport), for which we needn’t ANY “permission”; and our “social security number” – required by the State to obtain gainful employment.

I remember Nebraska Filly chiming in on this, with much more direct experience than I … but the pieces fit together, IMO.

The risk of this being true (we’re leaving all our money and rights on the table, as it were) FAR outweighs the “risk” of it being false (a bit of embarrassment for us).

Note the ubiquitous capital-letters *only* – on our bank statements, on our SS card, and in Court proceedings. All capitals is NOT standard written English – and the only way it works is when the Courts, along with the participants (plaintiffs, defendants), take such nonsensical language as being communicative.

The law requires standard written English. I haven’t yet seen any Petition to the Court – or any *ruling* from the Court – that uses the REQUIRED language.

Have you encountered any of this putative “speculation” as far as the predicament Americans are in?

It seems to be all about Trust Law, in the main, and the legal definitions of the parties involved, both w.r.t the *rights* of the various parties … and w.r.t. the *responsibilities* of the various parties.

In short, we may have abrogated our responsibilities (so far), so that in law, we forfeit our rights (for now).

Berth (“Birth”?) Certificates are likely also involved in the scamming of our wealth. The date of registration – as for “cargo” – is DIFFERENT than the day we were naturally born.

It’s a rabbit-hole well worth it for ALL to look into …

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Cuppa Covfefe

I was speaking of British land and ownership thereof. My English grandfather explained it to me around 60 years ago, as I was REALLY confused by the idea of a 99-year lease when most people don’t live that long. It got into a long, complicated explanation, most of which I forget; but the main thing is that no one in Old Blighty really owns their land.

There was an involved discussion of this on one of the weather sites, around the time that Cameron (or one of his minions) got caught up with a substantial investment and graft with windfarms on his land… it morphed into a discussion of whose land…..

Having said that, no matter what they think, everything, everywhere, belongs to GOD.

We’re just renters, as it were…..


Loved the opening, DePat. Thank you. Grateful for this place. 🥰


Many states have been hiding behind this, citing lock out by the ncaa. Good news.


Texas has jobs. The Governor wants people to work and not sit on the dole. It might help if he’d stop empowering employers who require their workers mask up. It’s ridiculous at this point.

In my part of Texas the maskers are now the minority. Finally.