2021·08·28 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

The Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers Who Died in Afghanistan

Unless otherwise mentioned, these people are Marines.

All died in Afghanistan, serving us, their lives expended stupidly by His Fraudulency.

That does not take away from the debt we owe them, in fact it increases it. We owe it to them to remove His Fraudulency and his cohorts from power.

Justin Allen, 23

Brett Linley, 29

Matthew Weikert, 29

Justus Bartett, 27

Dave Santos, 21

Jesse Reed, 26

Matthew Johnson, 21

Zachary Fisher, 24

Brandon King, 23

Christopher Goeke, 23

Sheldon Tate, 27

Max Soviak (USN)

Rylee McCollum, Wyoming

David Lee Espinoza, 20,  Texas

Sgt. Nicole Gee

SSGT Ryan Knauss (USA)

Normal Introduction

Another week, another deluge of BS from the White House and from the Controlled Opposition.

The Audit continues.

The collapse of the Covidschina continues.

No doubt much will be said about those today. (And I have missed a lot this past week.)

To my mind the audits are the last hope for a within-the-system fix to what happened last November. “Within the system” meaning the audits find fraud, the various states decertify the results, and some dang judge rules that Biden must step down and Trump must be installed.

That last step is crucial. The way our system works, “fraud” isn’t a fact until some “competent authority” (i.e., meaning “one that has jurisdiction,” not “one that won’t end up with an ice cream cone on its forehead”) rules it is so. That must happen before the system will accept that the election is vitiated by fraud. No finding of fraud means, as far as they are concerned no fraud, no fraud means nothing vitiated. We sit and fume, because the system has failed.

I’ll leave it to you to decide how likely you think it is that a judge will rule against the Left given the riots that would likely endanger his/her family.

As for the military stepping forward and doing the job instead? Well, that’s technically “outside of the system” and besides…this military, that’s being made woke as we speak?

What do we do in the likely event that fraud is found, but no judge will find it to be “fact” as far as the Federal Government is concerned? I keep hoping someone will come up with a suggestion, and so far “general strike” (H/T Scott) is the only one I’ve seen.

Justice Must Be Done.

The prior election must be acknowledged as fraudulent, and steps must be taken to prosecute the fraudsters and restore integrity to the system. (This doesn’t necessarily include deposing Joe and Hoe and putting Trump where he belongs, but it would certainly be a lot easier to fix our broken electoral system with the right people in charge.)

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is pointless otherwise. Which is not to say one must never talk about this, but rather that one must account for this in ones planning; if fixing the fraud in the system is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

This will necessarily be piecemeal, state by state, which is why I am encouraged by those states working to change their laws to alleviate the fraud both via computer and via bogus voters. If enough states do that we might end up with a working majority in Congress and that would be something Trump never really had.

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. Zeroth rule of gun safety: Don’t let the government get your guns.
5. Rule one of gun safety: The gun is always loaded.
5a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
6. Rule two of gun safety: Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
7. Rule three: Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
8. Rule the fourth: Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

Spot Prices

Last week:

Gold 1781.50
Silver 23.13
Platinum 1000
Palladium 2354
Rhodium 17,100

This week, 3 PM MT on Friday, markets closed for the weekend

Gold $1817.80
Silver $24.08
Platinum $1016.00
Palladium $2498.00
Rhodium $18,400.00

Everything was much lower this week (except for rhodium and palladium which had been creeping upward), but suddenly on Friday, gold jumped 24 bucks, silver 44 cents, platinum $33, palladium $22, and rhodium $100 (that’s a very small move for rhodium, by the way; it usually moves a lot more in whatever direction it is going). So now it’s a net improvement for the week.

Part XVI – De Broglie, Schrödinger, and Heisenberg

Very flaky connection. Who knows whether I’ll be able to finish this.

I can’t figure out a coherent history of the 1920s; apparently a lot of stuff was happening simultaneously. So I will treat three different threads as though they were independent. They weren’t.

De Broglie

(Which is pronounced “Deh Broil-ee” or at least was by my physics professor–the four alternatives given for pronunciation in Wikipoo are different from this), put 2 and 2 together.

We had already established that light, even though a wave of energy, has particle behavior (that was largely Einstein in 1905). And we also knew, thanks to Max Planck (1905), that the particles (“photons”) had energy proportional to their frequency.

But we also knew that matter is basically equivalent to energy, that thanks to Einstein as well in 1905.

Since light was energy and could behave as both a particle and a wave, could matter, which was equivalent to energy, also behave as both a particle (which you’d expect from matter) and a wave (which you would not expect)?

De Broglie said, in essence, “yes,” in his doctoral thesis in 1924.

Here is the Planck-Einstein relation:

E = h ν

…which relates the energy of the photon to its frequency ν (Greek letter nu) and Planck’s constant, h.

And light turned out to have momentum (p), too, based on the energy E or wavelength λ:

p = E / c = h / λ

You can simply rearrange this last to get:

λ =h / p

And of course p is mass times velocity, mv.

The implication is that any chunk of matter is a wave, at least while it is in motion. However, if you consider the very tiny size of Planck’s constant, 6.6 x 10-34, and realize it is being divided by, say 100 (a 100 kg object moving at one meter per second, for instance) for any sort of object you will deal with in your daily life, the wavelength (6.6 x 10-36 meters) is very, very small, much, much smaller than an atomic nucleus (roughly 10-15 m). Immeasurably small. The wavelength is about the same size, in relation to that nucleus, as the nucleus is in relation to the Earth.

But for something very, very light, like, say, an electron…you might get a reasonable wavelength. If de Broglie isn’t just talking out his ass.

An electron’s mass is about 9.1 x 10-31 kg. So assume (for the sake of example) one is travelling roughly at one hundredth the speed of light ( 3 x 106 m/s, and plug that into λ =h / p and you get:

λ = 6.6×10-34 / ( 3 x 106 * 9.1 x 10-31 ) = 242 x 10-12 meters

Now the diameter of a hydrogen atom is about 62 x 10-12 meters. Its circumference is therefore roughly 195 x 10-12 meters…which is pretty doggone close to this wavelength actually, considering I just made a guess as to how fast an electron might be moving.

Standing Waves (Not Really a Digression)

If you have ever plucked a guitar (or violin) string, you’ll have noticed it moves in a certain fashion, the top left in the diagram below:

Standing waves

It turns out that the other modes shown in the diagram also exist to a certain extent. You can also have standing waves (of sound) in an organ pipe or any other wind instrument.

Now back to the electron. If it is a wave, and it’s orbiting around a nucleus, the wave has to mesh cleanly with itself after one orbit around the nucleus. Look at the top right string, which is a full wavelength. So if that string was actually arranged around a circle, instead of a straight line, at any given point it would look like a smooth wave; because the end of the wave would be consistent with the beginning of the wave where it joins, it’d be a smooth wave travelling in a circle. But if the electron were to have a different wavelength, it couldn’t be in that orbit, because the wave wouldn’t be smooth–there’d be a “break” in it somewhere along the circumference.

That’s only the beginning of the argument, but it will eventually turn out that de Broglie’s hypothesis, that an electron is a wave as well as a particle, ends up explaining why electrons can only assume certain orbits in an atom. We knew, thanks to Bohr and the spectroscopists, that it did do so, but didn’t know why it followed the rule. Remember that the quantum theory was just an arbitrary-seeming restriction on various processes that seemed to work out. Now we had some hint as to why the restriction exists. It was the only way for electrons to form standing waves.

Of course it’s all very well for him to propose a hypothesis that seems whacky but seems to match the facts. But it’d be nice to do an experiment that proves that electrons can behave as waves, and Clinton Davisson and Lester Germer did so at Western Electric (later Bell Labs) in 1927, sending a beam of electrons through a sample of nickel and seeing a diffraction pattern form.

A diffraction pattern is a property of waves.

De Broglie won the 1929 Nobel Prize for Physics.

Erwin Schrödinger

But this tidy little solution was way oversimplified.

An electron is not a one-dimensional string, tied down at two points, but left free to vibrate. It instead is a wave free to move in three dimensions, but caught in a potential well, attracted to a nucleus, the more strongly the closer it got.

It’s possible to write the equations of those strings’ waves, and doing so gets you a nasty mess full of trigonometry. (Nasty, that is, to the mathematically dis-inclined.)

It’s also possible to write a three dimensional equation, using complex variables, to describe the waves an electron can make when bound to a nucleus by the electrical force.

It’s even possible to write yet a different equation, which the first equation must satisfy in order to work. That may have made your head spin just a bit, so let me back off and explain something about higher mathematics.

Arithmetic and algebra deal with functions, you plug a number in and out comes another number, that is termed “a function of” the first number. f(x) = x2 is one example; plug 3 in and out comes 9.

Calculus, and even higher forms of math, actually works on functions, not on numbers; giving you another function (which you can then plug a number into).

For example, if you want to know how fast f(x) = x2 changes as you change x, you can do something called “taking the derivative” to the first function, and you get another function, f'(x) = 2x. You can then plug your number into that equation, and know that not only is x2 = 9 when x is 3, but you know how fast x2 is increasing at that point: it’s increasing at a rate of 6 for every 1 increase in x.

In 1925 Schrödinger postulated, then in 1926 published an equation, which involves a lot of calculus, into which you plug your proposed equation for an electron wave. If it balances out, you have the equation for a wave an electron might assume. There are many possibilities for what the electron is actually doing (depending on its energy, for instance), and yours might just be the one it’s following.

[Linguistic aside: Schrödinger is sometimes spelled Schroedinger, where oe is an acceptable substitute for ö. Sometimes it’s rendered “Schrodinger” which is technically incorrect. To form the sound the Germans mean when they write ö, prepare to say “eh” as in bet but round the lips (like you do when saying “oooh”) when you say it. To some people it sounds a bit like “er” and I’ve even see “teach yourself” books that said that was how to do it. Cuppa Covfefe will no doubt amplify or correct me. Meanwhile, the same physics prof who taught me how to butcher de Broglie pronounced it “shraydinger” which would make sense…if his name was Schrädinger/Schraedinger.]

So here it is. I had to work with a simplified version of this back in college, and I do not remember how to do it; in fact certain aspects of the notation don’t make sense to me at all, so I’ve forgotten much.

{\displaystyle i\hbar {\frac {d}{dt}}\vert \Psi (t)\rangle ={\hat {H}}\vert \Psi (t)\rangle }
Schrödinger’s equation, time dependent form

Note that i, the square root of minus one, (the unit “imaginary” number) appears at the left hand side of the thing. Ψ is the actual electron wave equation, if it meets the condition shown, it’s a possible equation for an electron.

Remember that this is being done in three dimensions, and that the value of the wave function Ψ is itself a complex number, i.e., the sum of a real number and an imaginary number, a+bi. (Yes, we did a lot with complex numbers…in fact electrical engineering would be damned near impossible without them.)

In college, I had to work with a problem called “particle in a box” where the particle had free reign of a small region of space (in one dimension); at the edges of the region the potential went up to infinity, meaning the particle couldn’t go past those points. The answer was a standing wave, just like the ones in the diagram above.

When solved in three dimensions, for electrons orbiting a nucleus, you get these possibilities:

Electron orbitals. Note there is 1 s orbital, 3 p orbitals, 5 d orbitals, and 7 f orbitals. Not shown are the different possible sizes of s, p, d and f orbitals for electrons with more energy.
Because of the Pauli Exclusion Principle, only two electrons can occupy each orbital, but that means an S orbital can hold 2 electrons, the p orbitals (at a specific energy) can hold 6 electrons, the d orbitals 10, and then f orbitals 14. These correspond to (and explain) the lengths of the blocks on the periodic table.

Schrödinger is most famous for his cat. Well, actually, it wasn’t his actual cat (I don’t know if he even owned any, or served as staff for any), but it was a facetious thought experiment he proposed to ridicule a certain interpretation of quantum mechanics. But that was in 1935, far in the future, but it does touch on quantum uncertainty, which brings us to…

Werner Heisenberg

In 1927, Werner Heisenberg put forward the uncertainty principle. It states that even in principle it is impossible to know a particle’s position and momentum perfectly. You could know one of them very accurately, but then you’d know the other one quite imperfectly. You can multiply the two uncertainties together, and the product will be greater than h/4π, or ℏ/2. Even if your measuring apparatus is very accurate the uncertainty cannot be less than ℏ/2.

This introduced some spookiness into quantum mechanics.

Up until now, everything physics had produced was fundamentally deterministic. If you knew the state of a system at a certain time, you could, in principle (though it would take a YUGE computer a YUGE amount of time) figure out what state it would be in at some time in the future…or what state it had been at some time in the past. it would be like playing a movie forward and backward.

Along comes Heisenberg, and says you cannot know the state of a system at a certain time. If you know where the constituents are, you don’t know how fast they are moving. If you know how fast they are moving, you don’t know where they are.

And it turns out, even the particles themselves don’t “know.”

The electron wave, it turns out, actually describes the probability of the electron particle being at various places. According to one interpretation (the one that is dominant today) called the “Copenhagen Interpretation”, the electron can be anywhere that wave function says, but at some point it will interact with something, and then it will assume a definite position. (Please note, not the same as “assum[ing] the position.”)

This is seriously weird stuff. And I’m going to leave it to a competent physicist to talk about some of the ramifications. Richard Feynman was once voted (by currently practicing physicists) as the 7th greatest physicist of all time. And his lectures are famous…they used to be for sale at dead tree bookstores (e.g., Borders), and I’m sure they’re available in printed form on the web. (I’d look but it’s already nine minutes before 10 PM my time.) This video is almost an hour long, but good.


It was this sort of thing that brought about Einstein’s quote that God does not play dice with the universe, and also led Schrödinger to propose the cat experiment, which purported to show that the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics led to a situation where a cat was neither dead nor alive but both but neither until you opened the box and looked.

But we do not need to open the box to know that Saturday is bacon day around here.

And that Joe Biden didn’t win.

[I must apologize for this article; I doubt it made anything clear at all. However, there’s an old saw about how anyone who thinks they understand quantum mechanics just shows his ignorance. I don’t know that there is actually any way at all to make this stuff clear; it’s utterly counter to anyone’s intuition to the point where intelligent/geeky people just flatly refuse to accept it, despite the fact that it has been experimentally verified again, and again, and again….]

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

To conclude: My standard Public Service Announcement. We don’t want to forget this!!!

Remember Hong Kong!!!

If anyone ends up in the cell right next to him, tell him I said “hi.”

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

China is in the White House

Since Wednesday, January 20 at Noon EST, the bought-and-paid for Joseph Biden has been in the White House. It’s as good as having China in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden is Asshoe

China is in the White House, because Joe Biden is in the White House, and Joe Biden is identically equal to China. China is Asshoe. Therefore, Joe Biden is Asshoe.

But of course the much more important thing to realize:

Joe Biden Didn’t Win

乔*拜登没赢 !!!
Qiáo Bài dēng méi yíng !!!
Joe Biden didn’t win !!!

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Ezra Cohen RT”d’

You may want to bookmark Ezra’s Twitter acc’t… he is POTUS’ man in the know, and good info will be coming from him next couple of weeks.


R.I.P. Nicole Gee.


Here is the link to Ezra’s Twitter account:


thanks TheseTruths…




This is ridiculous!

Italy: Unvaxxed Seminarians Face Expulsion



Well, we already knew, STOOPID has no bounds.


Sounds like a great way to get rid of any and all critical thinkers.


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Awesome. 😁


Mayhem Accomplished

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Thank you Steve…


I can hardly stand this. 😰


I hold everyone who certified this fraudulent election accountable for these deaths, and it’s infuriating. That’s Mike Pence, Republicans in Congress and the states, and of course Dems who cheated and put someone in office whose decisions led to this.



Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy



My problem is I hold everyone who either voted for Biden, or abstained from voting because “mean Tweets” accountable.

I can’t even look at people I know, because I know.

They are to blame, along with everyone else who allowed the cheating to stand.

The deaths in Afghanistan are just too much. We were done, dammit! And now we are in the quagmire again.


Yes, it’s infuriating. I forgot to mention social media censorship too.


Haven’t said too much to byedumb voters about inflation but Afghanistan, they are getting lectured, reminded them they too have blood on their hands. No one needs people like this is their lives.
Spitting Mad!


I agree. Who needs them?




If you see this, Steve. It’s SSGT Ryan Knauss and he is US Army. Appreciate it.


Wyoming Sheperd

Rylee McCollum was from Wyoming, I guess from Jackson. He is going to have a baby in about 3 weeks.I hate these fuckers so bad, all I can do is cuss. May God do very bad things to them I pray.


He will. Justice is coming.

Deplorable Patriot

If this is hitting the MSM, the tide is turning.

Deplorable Patriot


Wasn’t “Stop the Steal” what the Jan. 6 rally was called? This definitely looks like a setup. Seems like a good idea to make it public.

Deplorable Patriot

It’s his best recourse.

It looks like the targeting is heating up.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OK – this is making sense. This increases the likelihood that the false flag will be in DC, to provide a more POWERFUL and CONTROLLABLE self-hoax, at which point they can completely militarize DC.


Guessing it IS being set in motion in conjunction with Nanzi’s 6 January witch hunt.

REFUSE the funds.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Somebody in the replies suggested that Zach use something called “strike” instead of PayPal.



If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present. – Lao Tzu

Ishmael Writes Again! [Market-Ticker-Nad] – The Market Ticker


Where does, WE The People Are Pissed Off, fit?

Asking for tens of millions of Patriots.


Read through the link, please.


Anyone who follows Pulitzer on telegram . . . he has posted audio describing the subversion that Dr. Frank is orchestrating, which I imagine is being bankrolled by Lindell – who I assume still doesn’t realize he’s been completely hijacked.

Please give this a listen.


Can you elaborate and provide a link? I can’t access Telegram videos, so I’m wondering if it is available somewhere else.

What is the alleged subversion, and subversion of what? What evidence is there that Lindell has been hijacked? I don’t know anything about any of this.

EDIT: I found this link to Pulitzer speaking and am listening to it.

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By hijacked I mean the infiltration of the symposium. What Jovan is speaking about is Dr. Frank specifically and what he’s doing involving state legislators.

It’s audio only. I’ll do the share thing. 👍🏻


That’s it.


I’ve been listening. These are my impressions, not conclusions, so please bear with me.

I’m about 44 minutes in, and I still haven’t heard a precise allegation against Dr. Frank except that Pulitzer thinks Frank is persuading states to do canvassing instead of audits because audits take so long.

I don’t mean to offend anyone, but I find Pulitzer bordering on insufferable in his presentation. He seems very egotistical and spent time talking about attacks on Jews, which has nothing to do with this topic, IMO, even though he is one. I kept waiting for him to get to the point, and am still waiting.

He makes disparaging comments about “a guy in a bow tie” and the like. Personal attacks do nothing to promote his cause.

For someone so smart, he hasn’t yet (in 44 minutes) clearly laid out his case. To me, it looks like two men who have different opinions on how things should be done. Pulitzer says Frank thinks canvassing takes less time than audits, but Pulitzer says the AZ canvass has taken 9 months. Okay, so it looks as if canvassing takes a long time too. But Pulitzer doesn’t give all the facts. Was the canvass organized from the beginning? How many people were on it? AZ was the first state; could it be done in a shorter time? etc.

Pulitzer has not made the case that Dr. Frank is intentionally sabotaging the audits. If Frank is actually trying to stop audits, then maybe. But Pulitzer needs to get his ego out of the way and get to the point. Pulitzer being offended because someone doesn’t bow to his *superior* knowledge is not evidence that that person is committing sabotage.

All that said, of course it is possible that Frank is actively working to sabotage audits. If so, we need to know so it can be dealt with. But what I’m seeing is petty arguments being made, akin to what you see in internet comments. Someone of Pulitzer’s stature should be doing better than that.

I haven’t heard Mike Lindell’s name mentioned yet. If Pulitzer thinks Lindell is being played, then he, or someone else, needs to talk with Lindell. This infighting is only hurting the movement, and I think it could be handled in a more effective way.


This is a misunderstanding of what Dr Frank is saying of the audits.
From Dr Franks telegram:
And yes the infighting is not good.

Follow the Data with Dr Frank

In my opinion, there are too many people asking for “full forensic audits.”

Such products take an extended period of time and get mired in all sorts of political and legal wrangling.

But the sales pitch has been effectively disseminated, and people are buying it.

I much prefer the canvassing approach, because it puts the control back into the hands of the people and it’s far faster at proving the fraud.

Here are some simple questions to illustrate my position…

Which strategy did Arizona politIcians stop early on, and which strategy did they allow to proceed?

Which strategy produces direct evidence of election fraud, and which strategy produces indirect evidence?

Which strategy produces revenue for the election audit industry, and which strategy empowers the people to take back our country?

When a canvasser finds an empty lot that voted, or a dead person who voted, or someone who moved away years ago that voted, they KNOW right then that election fraud is real. They tell their friends, and the demand for action swells.

When you win the fierce battle and find the funds to start a “full forensic audit” you get to sit on your hands and wait for months for an uncertain outcome.

You can start canvassing the minute you get your shoes on. Starting in your own neighborhood.

Don’t get distracted by the sales pitch. Stay on task. We only have a limited time to fix this.





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Follow the Data with Dr Frank

(Posted by Sarah Centers, who obviously gets it.)

Stop and think critically. There’s over 3,000 counties. Dr. Frank is not against targeted full forensic audits that help expose everything. He is speaking about strategy. You seriously think sitting around and waiting for audits of all 3,000 counties is the “best” strategy? That’s about as moronic as Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal.

Dr Frank is speaking alongside Seth next week, who just posted a “Top 100 counties for forensic audits.”

You folks trying to make this about a war between personalities are totally missing the point.

Waiting around and believing that full forensic audits are the only path forward is a strategic mistake. You can make a difference…today…in your precinct. Get off your butts and get to work while the politicians drag their feet on these audits.

Then maybe in a few weeks you can get that targeted audit in a key county in your state. Go to the BOE with your stack of phantom ballots for a few precincts. Tell them you refuse to vote this way anymore—the mail in/absentee vote controls clearly didn’t work and you have excellent mathematic data from Frank, Keshel, Draza, Solomon to back it up. The machines must go and it’s time to vote Amish.

As more and more people do that, demanding an audit of just one county, the likelihood of getting that audit goes up. But maybe you won’t need it. Maybe the math and the phantom voters will be enough in some precincts, some counties, some whole states.


Good info. Thanks.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Canvassing bypasses all of Pulitzer’s stuff. JUST SAYIN’.


Lots of smoothing ruffled waters and explanations are out now. No real differences, but those that want to stir up distentions sure latched onto this and stirred us what they could. These guys are on working towards the same goal: save America. And there are multiple steps in the process. Focusing on a step doesn’t mean you are against the other steps. Use this as a wheat/chaff sorter and who do you see stirring up stuff?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

At how high a level? 😉

More seriously – let me think and come back later. I do have some thoughts.


Patrick Byrne was one that felt the need to pull back and clarify.

The Piton/Frank feud is old and as far as I’m concerned was unforced error on our side.


All I’ve seen is what has been presented here, so it looks as if Pulitzer is stirring things up. But I don’t think I know enough about it.

Lots of smoothing ruffled waters and explanations are out now. 

That seems good. 🙂


Canvassing bypasses all of Pulitzer’s stuff. JUST SAYIN’.

I probably don’t understand correctly, but I don’t see why there can’t be both and why they can’t complement one another. As Dr. Frank says, canvassing gives immediate evidence when someone’s vote was stolen, and audits provide complementary info. Does one have to exclude the other?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy


IMO somebody pushed Pulitzer’s very obviously marked buttons. Watch that Georgia video and those good old boys who tried to derail his presentation. Pulitzer is easy to “set off”. Under some circumstances, he’s cool as a cucumber, but under the right circumstances, he’s fragile and manipulable to self-destruction.


And that makes him a liability under certain circumstances. As time goes on I feel I get a tiny glimpse of what PDJT dealt with, regarding personalities and having the right person in the right job at the right time.


I love Frank!
He is my kind of people. WYSIWYG

I love Pulitzer! A creative genius.
Another WYSIWYG in my opinion.

I appreciate the fire in Piton’s belly.
Maybe too quick to take offense.

I trust Flynn.
I try to study everything he says as soon as he says it.

I love Prof Clements.
Blessed are the peacemakers.

Seth Keshel is working hard.
God bless him!

I listen to Byrne and try to read between the lines.

There are so many more.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy



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He stated flat out that Frank stole Bobby Piton’s work and called it his own.

Pulitzer is exactly how I want people to talk. Straight up, just like you were across the kitchen table. I don’t need any carefully weighed statesman-like nonsense at this point. He completely holds his fire until something HAS to be said.

I have listened to 39 minutes of the long podcast, and other cuts from it on telegram. And I got a sketchy vibe from Frank from the first time I watched him at any length. What’s his CVitae? What’s on his resume that can hold a candle to Pulitzer?

Lindell is great, but if he was not observant enough or cagey enough to ride herd on that event so as not to be infiltrated – then he needs to dial it back for the moment in order not to lose all credibility. People will tune him out. He talks like his hair is on fire, all the time, and cannot present information the way it needs to be done.

We have 12 months before they can destroy all the evidence. Canvassing without access to the routers for comparison is fruitless.


I don’t need any carefully weighed statesman-like nonsense at this point.

Me neither. I wanted Pulitzer to get to the point, with clear evidence.

Canvassing without access to the routers for comparison is fruitless.

Probably. I just haven’t seen the case made that that’s all Dr. Frank wants done (though that might be true), or that Dr. Frank would sabotage audits.

Lindell is great, but if he was not observant enough or cagey enough to ride herd on that event so as not to be infiltrated – then he needs to dial it back for the moment in order not to lose all credibility.

We might have to agree to disagree on this one. I hold Lindell in the highest esteem because he is getting things done. He has stepped up with his own money to fund getting the word out and to house whistleblowers and provide security for them, not to mention his own needs. Whether you like his style or not (which does not include “carefully weighed statesman-like nonsense”), he is keeping election fraud on the front burner and is fighting for the truth to be revealed. Where is Congress? For that matter, where is Pulitzer? I understand that his method has been used in the AZ audit process. So, good. And it makes him look as if he’s complaining that his method won’t be used everywhere.

The bottom line for me is that discord is being sown unnecessarily. Pulitzer is casting aspersions on Frank, and by extension, Lindell. If he can provide clear evidence of sabotage, I will listen.

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I love Mike Lindell. But he was infiltrated, at his biggest moment. He admitted to being set up.

And since Mary Fanning’s name and work was the backbone throughout the the Absolute series – I could be wrong here, but was she a part of the symposium presentation? I don’t recall hearing her.

You don’t think Pulitzer and Byrne have stepped up with their own money? (He stated at the outset of the podcast that he knows he will never see another tech project in his lifetime.).

We’ll just have to disagree on this.

And when I mentioned statesman-like I was talking about Pulitzer, not Lindell.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Why don’t you contact Mike Lindell, then, and offer to vet his candidates and employees for him?

Perfection is the sworn enemy of good (or done). Same as with everyone criticizing VSGPDJT’s various picks. He has/had to deal with the cards he was dealt, AND as a manager, NOT A POLITICIAN, he hires to the task/project he wants completed, not who looks the best, or will last the longest at a post.

Prime example was Scaramucci. Hired (for the most part) to do one thing, which he did, and then out he went. Happens in the business world all the time. In the world of politics (cf SES), never…


Really? Your solution, rather than address the very few points I made, is to tell me I should contact Mike Lindell and personally offer to vet the people he hires to produce his films and symposia.

Lindell SAID he was set up by Dennis Montgomery. He hyped the film series for months, which was extremely promising, with the symposium as the piece de resistance. It did not go as he had planned, or at least what he had expressed to the public that the plan was. What shakes out from it in the future we don’t know yet. And these statements are just me making perfect the enemy of the good? I’m actually worried for Mike Lindell. He has frequently claimed to have great security, and he got jacked in the hotel.

So, what exactly does any of this have to do with the Anthony Scaramucci hire? I literally am at a loss. It’s like quodverum already here.

I won’t say anything else about it. Repetition is boring. But I’d bet my house that I’ve purchased more My Pillow merchandise than anyone here.

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DHL Warns Global Supply Chain Disruptions To Persist Next Year

DHL is the global shipping company.

The complex web of seaports, container ships, and trucking companies that move goods worldwide remains deeply tangled. 

More than 18 months since the virus pandemic forced governments to shut down their economies and, in return, disrupt global supply chains. The emergence of the Delta variant has metastasized into more logistical hell for shippers.

Michaelis [head of DHL]said his customers had been given alternative routes and modes of transport to navigate the turmoil. “We have to be prepared that costs will stay at elevated levels and are not expected to go back to pre-Covid levels,” he said.

Michaelis said the seasonal surge for holiday goods has already begun and will keep ocean freight “tight” for the remainder of the year. 

“Capacity planning for the Christmas season has started much earlier this year because capacity is so tight in ocean freight,” he said. “We are seeing some customers even planning to fly in typical seasonal goods just to make sure they are on stock/in store on time.

In a series of shipping notes, titled “California Congestion Nears New High, East Coast Gridlock Worsens” and “US West Coast Port Congestion At Record High Amid Transpacific Trade Route Disruptions,” we outlined congestion at US West and East Coast ports is mounting once more. 

The latest word from the frontlines is that supply chains disruptions are not waning anytime soon and will pressure consumer prices higher. So much for the Federal Reserve’s “transitory” narrative. 

This article focuses on existing problems resulting from COVID. It does not address the possibility of truckers going on strike or people not going to work because of vaccine mandates. There could be shortages of food on the shelves, medical personnel, parts needed for repairs or building, etc.

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That should be grounds for a major lawsuit. It’s unbelievable, and they will only keep pushing.


Something is rotten!


It’s going to come out. There was a reason four of the cops were suicided.


This times a 1000. It was a set up and Officer Byrd was given the killshot order. Had to happen to prove it was so “scary”, so “violent”, “lives were at stake”

Sadie Slays

Because the whole thing was a staged hoax.

Deplorable Patriot

Not sure if this old or new, but we likes it.

From one of the most vaxxxed up countries

Deplorable Patriot

It’s everywhere, but here.

I know we have to be careful with the House Select Committee and Jan 6 and all that. IDK. Maybe it’s time. Not just general strikes and employees banding together, but actual protesting.


Hoping GAB guy blows them off. Totally partisan committee and deserves no response.

And I think we already know this, but reminders are good.

Being in a no mandatory vaxxx state takes the fun out of telling the clowns no.

Will have to try this instead. Something else we’ve seen but good for red pilling so I’ll repost in case anyone forgot they saw it.

Actually have to hit that Odysee link to watch it I guess. odysee.com

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Deplorable Patriot

This was posted last night in one of the Telegram channels I follow.


The January 6th Select Committee need look no further than the FBI to find out who is responsible for the violence that day.


Just like the kidnapping plot around the Michigan Governor the FBI both designed, and then “foiled” to frame the MAGA movement, this has all the hallmarks of an IC directed operation.

It is going to be of little surprise to anyone, that the FBI had infiltrated no less than three militia groups present that day, months in advance, using dozens of “informants”.

Eventually, that information will come out publicly. The committee’s job, is to distract from that and create a false, citizen focused narrative; and then to use that narrative to push to enact strict “Domestic Terrorism” law, which is really just the curtailing of your right to gather and protest.

I originally detailed this operation when it began in earnest over a year ago, and “former” CIA officers-turned-politicians began seeding it out to the public carefully.

Eyes Open.

This is going to make large scale protests tricky.


Taking away our Right to Assembly will just be another reason to go out and protest. The J6 Select are asking for it. The Jinn is out of the bottle.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Amen. Screw these NAZIS.


County board of supervisors meetings.
School board meetings.
City council meetings.
In front of oppressive businesses.

Take it to the personal levlel.


Peaceful protests are a Constitutional right. The trick is to keep them peaceful and to not be fooled by infiltrators and instigators.


Small groups, multiple locations, short timelines, and STAY OUT OF AMERICAN BABYLON/DC.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy



My personal opinion is a broad strike of trucking, medical, educational, and service industries will be more effective than protests.

Let’s just shut everything down. We are all in our own backyards, just having barbecues, drinking cocktails, and being chill.

The whole country will be collapsing, but hey, what are we doing wrong?

They won’t have anything to arrest us for, charge us with, or harass us about. But NOTHING will be delivered, the liberal medical establishment will be overrun, schools won’t function, and no McDonald’s for the kiddies.

They won’t hold out more than ten days.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Good thinking.


We just need a date, and someone BIG to call for it.

Not Lin Wood, God bless him. He has gone too far for too many “normies.” We need someone else to promote it.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

You know, there was this guy who was REALLY BIG…..


I know! But will he DO IT?


Looks encouraging. Couldn’t get that far in the article before I hit a pay wall, but she says lock downs are unsustainable. Not sure if she put a qualifier on that though.


Biden Treason! Exposing US Troops to Terrorists & Most Deadly Vax Ever – Ledger Report 1153.



2 people die in Japan after receiving Moderna Covid-19 shots from batch that was withdrawn due to foreign material in some vials

Two people have died in Japan after having received doses of the Moderna vaccine from a batch that was suspended as a precaution after some of the vials were contaminated with unknown foreign material.

The victims were men in their 30s, each of whom received their second Moderna doses from one of three manufacturing lots that were suspended on Thursday, the Health Ministry said on Saturday. An investigation into the cause of deaths is underway.

The composition of the foreign substance was not immediately clear. However, Japan’s TV channel NHK reported that some doses were contaminated with metal particles, citing Health Ministry sources.

Taro Kono, the minister in charge of the country’s immunization campaign, said on Friday that more than 500,000 inoculations have been already made using the doses from the lots in question“It doesn’t appear like there are any serious safety issues at this point,” Kono said.

I had wondered how many doses of the metallic vaccines had been given. But no worries. /sarc

Concerned Virginian

“serious safety issues at this point.”
Right. Sounds like captain of the Titanic.
By the way, Moderna just renamed their “vaccine”.
If I read correctly, it’s now called SPIKEVAX. No kidding.
And Moderna is in the process of securing FDA “full approval” of the “vaccine.”


Well, sure they are, now that the FDA’s got the schtick down. Approve “Spikevax,” don’t actually MAKE ANY, and keep giving the EUA’d poison with NO LIABILITY.

Bait and switch. Oldest trick in the book.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

These people are EVIL.


It’s also a great way to muddy the waters.

With people online (the only place people can talk about it) making a big commotion about ‘spike proteins’, what better way to give the impression you have nothing to hide, and to give your side ammunition, than to name your product SpikeVax, throwing it in their face and proclaiming to the world that you have no fear of that term or discussion?

It would be like John Hinckley naming his dog “Revolver” right before the trial.


Like most of the other antics and tactics used by the Left, it’s the kind of thing we used to do instinctively, in High School.

If something bothers the people in charge, do more of it.

If something offends the people in charge, do more of it.

If the people in charge are angry about something, do more of it.

If people are accusing you of something, not only do you own it, but tell them what else you’ve done besides.

Always be upping the ante.

The objective was always the same, to get a rise out of the adults who tried to present themselves as bullies or dictators, to provoke them to blow their top, and watch them turn red and smoke come out of their ears trying to control their temper.

As soon as O’Dumbo the Giant Zero came along, that’s what the Left became.

Juvenile provocateurs, constantly coming up with new ideas to provoke us to anger and outrage.

It’s amateur hour on the world stage.

And that’s what they’re doing to us now.

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“If I read correctly, it’s now called SPIKEVAX. No kidding.”


Probably because I already came up with MurderVaxx, or they would’ve used that… 👍 😂 🤣 😂


“It doesn’t appear like there are any serious safety issues at this point,” Kono said.”


The two dead people would surely agree. 👍

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A bunch of Coronavirus news notes – some hit close to home.

1- Our son in law is a pulmonologist, who teaches in a medical school residency program, is in charge of the ICUs at two hospitals in IL. Each one is full of Covid patients. None of them have been vaccinated. One is 28, one 32 and one 33. In all that is about 70 plus patients.”

2- Our daughter (with advanced neurodegenerative disability) sent this post about the dramatic rise of deaths at Tallahassee’s Regional Hospital Covid Unit this month – going from single digits in June and July – to 60 deaths in August.  The graph in this article shows there was also a spike in August 2020, but not this big. https://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2021/08/27/tallahassee-memorial-healthcare-covid-unit-behind-curtain-life-death/8240656002/?fbclid=IwAR3-12tktSNvAVMSrFW6vKTsolZlBo1scl-aKvFV5Ch_SoFgTtekXwoIA7A

3- Researchers are now studying why the vaccine alleviates post CV19 symptoms in some patients: https://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/health/2021/03/17/covid-19-vaccination-long-haul-coronavirus/4719444001/

4- Nobel Prize Virology Researcher says vaccines create variants to develop. https://uncoverdc.com/2021/08/23/nobel-laureate-warns-covid-vaccine-is-creating-variants/

5- STUDY: Fully Vaccinated Carry 251 Times The Normal Viral Load Of COVID-19, May Be Super Spreaders – National File ∞ nationalfile – https://nationalfile.com/study-fully-vaccinated-carry-251-times-the-normal-viral-load-of-covid-19-may-be-super-spreaders/

6- Israeli study shows vaccines don’t offer as much protection as natural immunity from having the disease. https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.08.24.21262415v1.full.pdf 

7- On Friday afternoon, I went to the local Urgent Care because doctor was booked and dreaded it. It’s usually crowded and you wonder if you will get exposed to something. It’s the first time I had been there since the pandemic. When I got there the parking lot was full, but when I walked in the waiting room was empty. As I checked in, I asked where all the patients were – they said they now wait in their cars and get a call on their cell phone when it’s their time and they come into the side door, so the waiting room isn’t a germ-sharing proposition any more.

8 – Eight Actions of Ivermectin against Coronavirus – Thread –


I wonder what all those hospital patients in #1 and #2 are being treated with.


It’s either Regneron or Remdisivir. Probably not HCQ, Ivermectin, Budesonide, and other therapeutics.


IMO, it’s criminal.




Thank you.


DeSantis has set up Regeneron clinics around the State of FL.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Regeneron is good stuff, even though it’s not delta-specific.

They could have a delta version out fast if they wanted, IMO.

Remdesivir is terrible! No effect other than keeping people in the hospital longer and taking a lot of money!
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How much does Regeneron cost?

If it’s more than 10% over HCQ or Ivermectin, then isn’t it being pushed strictly, purely and ONLY as a profit making venture?

HCQ and Ivermectin are cheap, effective and readily available, so why isn’t Regeneron utterly redundant and unnecessary?

Unless it’s CHEAPER than HCQ and Ivermectin, in which case you could make an economic argument for it, IF it is as effective as HCQ and Ivermectin?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Clinically, I would say it’s at least as good, but certainly not cheaper. If better, how much, is a question.

Are the antibodies being pushed for profit? Of course. The industry opposed the cheap drugs from the beginning, and the Fauci axis and corporate media backed them up.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes, and that is the way the industry works.

Personally, I think that MASSIVE PATENT REFORM is needed.


Yet one FL university declared it the ‘gold standard’ treatment – propaganda!


As did FauXi, claimed Remdisivr the ‘gold standard’ discovery.

Kinda nails that one as another ‘gold plated’, lie.


Yep – sho’ does.

Cuppa Covfefe

I think he has a financial stake in Remdesivir…

Follow the money…


Of course he does. FauXi’s financial windfall goes far beyond Remdisivir.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. The irony is that the first clinical study of remdesivir was vastly inferior to the first clinical studies of HCQ/AZT, but Fauci called it “gold standard” right then and there. Kary Mullis was right – Fauci can lie with a straight face easily.


Lies for $$$



WorldMeter certainly has US numbers steady trend up.

Still wondering, do we KNOW if any of the Covid tests are fully approved, or on EUA.

Same goes for whatever test they use to determine a Covid positive is Delta.

Hope you are feeling better GA/FL.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

The antigen tests are good, even though EUA. $12 a pop. They are NOT PCR tests – they look for actual COVID proteins.


Stores are full of them!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I hate to say this, but at some level, somebody is LYING to your SIL, or lying to the records he is seeing.

Math says it’s IMPOSSIBLE that all those hospitalized people are non-vaccinated. Utterly impossible. EVEN in Australia, where the vaccination rates are dismally lower than here, the vaccinated are representing at least some of the hospitalized. The vaccines are essentially worthless against delta, they are arguably worsening delta, and almost everything that is circulating now is delta. No real data I’ve seen is either all vaccinated or all unvaccinated. So the story he is passing on is that over 70 rolls of a single die were made, and 1 and 2 (I’m being generous to his story here) were NEVER rolled.


Now the people at those units may be lying for politics, but somebody somewhere is lying.


We’ve also heard of outbreaks among the vaccinated. Even those who have had 3 shots!
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My guess is that China or the cabal keeps on sending out new strains, and seeding them around.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It would be smart of them to do so. They are STAYING ON OFFENSE.


SIL in IL was on staff at JH – he’s brilliant – but liberal Episcopal type.

Cuppa Covfefe

The JH in the top left of this picture? It pains me to say this, but Johns Hopkins is DEEPLY involved in this, from a financial, academic, and reputation standpoint. Seems all the old greats have been tainted (or coerced) by the cabal…
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JH was one of the actors in hyping the virus from the beginning.


…and you are right about our formerly great institutions becoming politicized.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OK, I know exactly the type! Thank you! They’re quick to parrot “the narrative” until confronted with specifics.


Loves to hunt, fish, hike, is a great husband, father, person.


Great gardener too.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

When you said “Epi” the lights went on. Like many wonderful pastors who “choose for the flock (of sheep)” and go the “maskie” route.

Somebody, however, has to stand up for bitter truth, and that is us.


Many reports CDC dumbing “OUT” vaccinated getting Covid.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP. They will LIE about the numbers.


GA/FL, are you saying it is YOUR son in law, or are you just quoting someone you found online?

“Our son in law is a pulmonologist, who teaches in a medical school residency program, is in charge of the ICUs at two hospitals in IL. Each one is full of Covid patients. None of them have been vaccinated. One is 28, one 32 and one 33. In all that is about 70 plus patients.”

If it is not YOUR son-in-law, i.e., someone you know personally and trust, then I’m calling BS on whoever said it, until or unless the claimer has proof, including PHOTOS of a full hospital ward.

If he has a photo like that, it will be the FIRST ONE I have ever seen since the Covidiocy began.

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Our son in law. Both our sons in law teach in residency programs. One in Pulmonology and one in Family Medicine.


There will be no photos. I believe him. Our local hospital has had over 60 deaths this month, June and July only had single digit deaths. I believe a new virus has developed/mutated out of the old one, and/or has been released intentionally, possibly in time for interference in the 2022 elections.

Gain of Function studies/experiments could be to blame.

Brave and Free

Spoke with a friend who’s in charge of nursing at one of the local hospital’s last night. See says there full with covid and most not vaxxed. Trying to keep them out of ICU because she knows they won’t make it out….. Treating with regneron mostly…… her concern was her shortage of nurses. Says there becoming a traveling nurse to chase the $$$. The ones there are making dbl and triple pay, hospital won’t be able to substaine payroll with out a Federal bailout she said…..


Good report – bad news.


>>”says there full with covid and most not vaxxed”<<

Please remember that the term “non-vaxxed” is used in a very particular and DECEPTIVE way.

The “protocol” defines one as being “non-vaxxed” for TWO WEEKS after one has gotten the jab.

They may also be using the term for those who’ve only had a single shot, when the shots were designed to be a pair.

Are they going to start calling anyone who hasn’t had the “booster” (third shot) “non-vaxxed” as well?

This is but ONE of the many tactics of language CONFUSION deployed against us – and there are multitudes of HCW’s who fall for the trap, using terms in their common usage, which differs mightily from the technical meaning these tricksters use.

“Efficacy” is one.
“Vaccine” is one.
“Cases” is one.

There are many more “slights-of-tongue”, and outright lying, and changing positions (FauXi has shifted a bunch of times, especially on masks).

Also, please remember that the “PCR” test was purposely calibrated so that the vast majority of results would come up positive.

Then, in January, they dialed it down (to show fewer positives), and soon after they started using TWO tests (which also would show fewer positives).

Lastly and most recently, the PCR tests were junked as being ineffective, and couldn’t tell the difference between coronavirus and the flu.

And hospitals are STILL using these non-diagnostic PCR tests!

Brave and Free

Agree, I should ad, when we talked about being on a ventilator she said only around 5% will come out alive….. So my next question was the vents aren’t helping the people with low oxygen levels because it’s low levels in their blood, she didn’t have an answer for that…..

Funny thing is she’s conservative and a PDJT supporter, but has been in the healthcare field so long I don’t think she can see the forest through the trees now. Following along without questioning whether there’s other opportunities for treatment.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It is trivially easy to create and seed new variants. I mean, they crank them out to study them.


These outbreaks are suspicious….but I’m suspicious anyway after so many suspicious and corrupt incidents/events..

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Stopping the corona variants would require a world war, IMO. Not sure most people are up for that.


“Stopping the corona variants would require a world war, IMO. Not sure most people are up for that.”


Since when did the people in charge ever care what We the People were up for?

And since the people in charge ARE the enemy, it is unlikely they will ever declare a war on themselves.

If we actually had a government that represented America and We the People, then it would certainly be worth a world war to stop the never-ending attack.

There are lots of things worse than death, and living with a never-ending nightmare is definitely one of them.

If it was Old Testament times, they’d all be dead a hundred times over already.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

The only way I can rationalize Christ’s “love your enemy” principle in this regard, is then to TRUST that there is a way out of worldwide slavery that is both “approved” and “effective”.


Couldn’t decide if I cared for the song at first, but it seemed better by the end. Mean time graphics and message are great. Eric Clapton “This Has Gotta Stop”. Released yesterday.

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Deplorable Patriot

Not my favorite, but I put it up earlier with a note that it looks like he got red pilled big time on this.


It’s good to keep pressure on them even if nothing will come of it for now. I read that it is not necessary for the House to vote on an impeachment resolution, but that that has been the practice. I guess that, even without a resolution, the House would vote on whether to impeach, and a Dem House would vote no. But the crimes need to be on record, so good for MTG.


it could also be a ploy on the part of White Hats to let the DIMs know that while they may think they can remove Hiden and allow Harris to step up… they will not be able to do that if both are impeached… it will stall them if nothing else… and I believe (yes, I recognize that most here have given up hope) that devolution is and will be in play before they can plug anyone else in as VP
Jes my 2 cents


Not if she is indicted… I don’t think there is time left for either Hiden or Hoe to be impeached.

Y’all really do think it’s all over don’t you?


Can a cup of yogurt ‘cure’ your case of COVID-19?

Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev say they have identified molecules in kefir that are effective at treating various inflammatory conditions, including “cytokine storms” caused by COVID-19.

Kefir, which is similar to yogurt but thinner in consistency, is a fermented drink made by inoculating cow’s or goat’s milk with microorganism mixtures, such as yeast and bacteria. A cytokine storm is when the body’s immune system goes into overdrive and attacks itself – one of the leading causes of death in COVID-19 patients.

Several years before the coronavirus pandemic, Malka noticed that yogurt had a therapeutic effect and began studying it in Jelinek’s lab, Jelinek told The Jerusalem Post. They identified molecules in the yogurt that had dramatic antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

“One of the main reasons people die of COVID is the cytokine storm,” Jelinek said. “Cytokines are immune molecules that are designed to help the body fight invaders like viruses. But in certain circumstances, and scientists don’t know exactly why, the body goes into a sort of overdrive and secretes many cytokines – so many that it kills you. That is what happens during COVID.”

“We knew that we had found these molecules in yogurt with anti-inflammatory properties,” he said. “So, when COVID started, we said, Let’s see if these molecules can help against cytokine storms.”

During the pandemic, Jelinek and Malka had hoped they could administer these molecules to patients who were in critical condition. But regulatory hurdles delayed the process, and they did not succeed, Jelinek said. Now, their next step is to conduct clinical trials with other cytokine storms.

😡😡😡 And no doubt people died. 😡😡😡

“Cytokine storms don’t only happen with COVID,” Jelinek said. “This is a very bad condition with really very few treatments against it.”

The path from the lab to the table is likely to be long, Jelinek admitted. Even though the molecules come from yogurt that people could eat every day, they would be considered a drug and will have to undergo the full scrutiny of any new medicine before receiving approval, Jelinek said.


As such, the company will likely take the molecules in another direction at the same time – as a food additive, probiotic or supplement – to speed up the approval process, he said.

Jelinek said he and Malka did other experiments with the kefir, and they were also able to demonstrate that the molecules have the potential to combat pathogenic bacteria. Specifically, they showed that the molecules were able to significantly reduce virulence of the causative agent of cholera, he said.


After reading this article I got out my European Yogurt and ate some 🙂 I wish I it was made with unprocessed milk the kind i drank and made yogurt out as a kid.
I figure it could not hurt eating some.


I wish it wasn’t so fucking sour and yucky!


You can add stevia to plain yogurt. Other things as well, like vanilla extract or orange juice concentrate.


Cook frozen blueberries with a little sugar(or not) or honey, and keep refrigerated in a jar to add to your yogurt.


Remember I like herring , sauerkraut so sour is normal for me 🙂

Gail Combs

Lemonade & pickled herring & pickled beets — YUM!
sauerkraut — nope.

Gail Combs

HMMMmmm I like to add sour cream to my pickled herring so Yogurt might also work.


I like home fermented sauerkraut . Love to cook it with pineapple bacon and white wine. That is real good. Many times I rinse the sauerkraut and press it out before cooking.


Me too!



Concerned Virginian

I put a little raw honey into yogurt and take it every day.

Gail Combs

Raspberry flavor does a pretty good job of killing the taste. And the berries are good for you as well —

…Raspberries are also a rich source of the flavonoids quercetin and gallic acid, which have been shown to play a role in heart health and the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, obesity and age-related decline. Raspberry ketones are similar to capsacin, found in red pepper, which is known for its ability to inhibit the growth of cancer cells….


And I recently read raspberries are a member of the rose family and provide pectin which has health benefits too.


I just fact checked myself and confirmed, member of the larger rose family. And there’s some question about pectin…


* Raspberries are always identified by researchers as low in pectin. But many home jam-makers have found they often behave as though they have high pectin levels. I usually add a small amount of pectin to raspberries, and get a firm set.

Btw, I like no cook jams like this one:


I eat it regularly but might eat more now. ☺️


I make an effort also 🙂 Maybe get some Kefir .
Looking at it when my dogs were sick I fed yogurt and it seems to make them better.

Gail Combs

My go to for stomach upset is

  1. Ginger Root
  2. RICE
  3. yogurt to put the correct bacteria back into my gut.

My one stop rice url no longer works (So what else is new.)
However I did copy a lot of the information.

(Rice water is sometimes used in Cholera — SEE WIKI)

…I’m afraid you’ve got it wrong with respect to resistant starch and SIBO. It’s not as simple as “giving bacteria food to ferment”- first of all, resistant starch selectively feeds beneficial bacteria in the gut, and the fermentation process does not happen until the starch reaches the colon. Since the RS is not used as an energy source by bacteria in the small intestine, it does not contribute to SIBO (standing for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth).

Not only does it not feed the bacteria in the small intestine, but many strains of pathogenic and all tested strains of beneficial bacteria that I have seen have shown to adhere to the starch, thus carrying them out of the small intestine and into the large intestine where they can be excreted in feces. So it reduces levels of pathogens, is selectively used by beneficial bacteria, reduces levels of bacteria in the small intestine, increases butyrate production, and restores the integrity of tight junctions (if leaky gut develops from your SIBO, which is likely).

Additionally, the SCFA (short-chain fatty acids) produced by RS digestion increases the frequency of peristaltic contractions of the ileum, which would again probably aid in the expulsion of bacteria from the small intestine. For some reason, it seems that everybody “knows” that RS is bad for SIBO, and yet I have yet to find a single scrap of information to support this clam, and plenty to think that such a claim might not be true at all.

Notice that all the sites that http://www.siboinfo.com/diet.html uses as references simply advocate a FODMAPS diet, which actually does not contraindicate starches at all!

Again, to recap: RS removes bacteria from the small intestine and selectively feeds beneficial bacteria which results in butyrate production and proper function of tight junctions (thus relief from leaky gut).



http://aem.asm.org/content/66/10/4212.full (For actual photograph taken of bacteria adhering to resistant starch)

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I got most of these studies from Tim Steele and some from Dr. BG over at http://drbganimalpharm.blogspot.com/. Check out their stuff to learn way more information than you will ever need to know about SIBO and resistant starch. They also give some awesome dietary recommendations that got rid of my SIBO problems in less than a week (after an unsuccessful VLC intervention for over 2 months)


Interesting information Thank you.
I have 26 lb of rice in a bucket from my grain place. My mother at one time was advised by her doctor to go on a rice diet for a week. Do not remember why.


Thank you for the link, going to pass this along


YW! Me too.

Wyoming Sheperd

I make kefir and use it in smoothies. I put in frozen blueberries if I have it spinich and stevia . Oh and a banana.


They should be going in the trash!
Historic Obama Portraits Coming To The Brooklyn Museum



I second that. Should be ash canned.
The article is vomit inducing. Effffff them


Is this true ? Given what we know it seems likely. No respect. No compassion.
All the Commanders, all the FIB and Shadow govt and especially the sycophants in the media would have jeered and demanded any of the fallen soldiers be put on a watchlist if any dared to support Trump or speak of America First…but they died faithfully doing the duty they were assigned for this country regardless of their personal views.


And Trump was there in the middle of the night, impeccably attired to pay his respects AFTER working all day


No family members were there either?


Leftists hate our military….which is 85% conservative.

They always have.


-The speaker is a tenured Navy surgeon
-In 2020 there were 20 COVID deaths in the entire military, all 4 branches
-Military highly vaccinated
-She mentions tumors but did not give numbers
-48 leukemia cases per year average historically for the military, but 229 this year so far
-317 cases of Myocarditis TOTAL for last 31 years, but 1113 cases in 2021 so far
-Myocarditis has a 66 percent kill rate over 5 years of living with it
-HSV vaccine was halted after 22 deaths
-H1N1 vaccine was halted after 53 deaths
-COVID vaccine is killing 53 people every day

Valerie Curren

Counting the days & stocking up on supplies…Aug. 31 can’t come soon enough Down Under! God Bless & Protect YOU Ozzy!!!


not getting notifications but post here.
really pissed off with the state of affairs. Something’s gotta give

Valerie Curren

It’s shocking to see the extent of totalitarianism going on Down Under. May your patriots & freedom lovers prevail against the tyrannical, chi-com-owned deep state! God help you/us all!!!


A lot of rumble on twatter that it probably was kabuki theater, didn’t happen.


What is being alleged here?


That the strike that killed the alleged ISIS K “planners” either didn’t happen or they were just a couple of low level guys , not major high level planners


Thank you.


Anytime, YW


IF John Kirby opens his mouth, IT IS A LIE.

John Kirby has been lying since he disgraced an Admiral’s uniform as spokesman at DoD, IIRC.

Lying dog breath POS, John Kirby is.




This man has GOT to be primaried and thrown out.



The democrat double-standard on full display.

The military high command even sent out a service wide message warning everyone not to criticize the fake, phony fraud Biden….

….,when it was encouraged under President of the United States Donald J. Trump.


people are getting the real info..



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Translation – CIVILIAN deep state, MILITARY deep state, and OBAMA COMMIES are united in this INTENTIONAL FUCK-UP.


Wolfie, I don’t see all those “deep states” … I see the Cabal… the Globalists.

And I see the Cabal using communism to control, along with a shed full of other tools.

Obama, in my opinion, was/is a puppet… doing what he’s been told.

And of course they are all united, under the control of the Cabal… and indeed it is intentional… to continue the “forever” wars.

BUT I believe white hat ops, indeed devolution is in progress

I know that very few here share my belief. That’s okay by me.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It’s LAYERS. Intervention has to account for this. It’s complex, just like medicine.

Sure, there’s a Rothschild and a Rockefeller behind everything. And it’s almost impossible to stop at that level.


The “deep state” is the “shadow gov’t”……agencies like the State Dept and CIA….filled with unelected but very powerful bureaucrats…most of whom are corrupt, easily blackmailed, and ideological control freaks who have insulated themselves from accountability and job loss.

OT and Sundance have done a very good job of shining a spotlight on this and explaining how they “work”…

…particularly in the last week or so vis-a-vis Afghanistan and the blame protection racket going on at present.

Various factions within the Deep State are aligned with different outside interests, all of which fall under the “cabal” or “globalist” ideology.

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Yesterday, the Archbishop of Chicago banned saying the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel and the Hail, Mary at the conclusion of Mass.

Can’t do this without the consent of the congregation, who can ignore this and say them en mass…together….even if the priest tries to abide by the order and attempts to conclude the Mass without saying them.

Next would come threats of excommunication.

Well, what are they going to do? Excommunicate the entire congregation (who would then owe no duty to tithe to the church)?

By the way….lemme just say the protestant church has just as many issues and has also been infiltrated by the wolves.

it is past time for the faithful congregations to take back their houses of worship from the ungodly usurpers.


As you probably know better than me, before there was a protestant church, there were certainly those that saw the issues in their churches. Locally and all the way to the top. Some suffered persecution from the church because of their conscience leading them in ways that were dangerous to those wanting control. Individuals connecting deeply with God outside the parameters/structures seem to find themselves in trouble more.

I feel most at home with the writings of those kinds of believers.

Concerned Virginian


Well, it appears that “President” Biden’s handlers told him to get the remaining U.S. troops out of Kabul ahead of August 31.
However, American troops are already on the way out.
The U.S. State Department “thinks” that there are about 350 Americans still in Kabul who want to be evacuated.
117,000 people have been evacuated by U.S. troops.
(About 5,000 of them are American citizens — per 710WOR news report on August 28.)
The French and the British have already ended their evacuations.
Apparently the British government left an unknown number of their citizens behind. Gen. Nick Carter, chief of the British defense staff, admitted that, “We haven’t been able to bring everybody out and that has been heartbreaking.”
The Taliban have the roads to the airport in Kabul blocked. They are turning away buses of people who want to get into the airport grounds. The Pentagon states that about 1400 people are within the airport and have booked passage to be evacuated.

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Ezra Cohen RT’d

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG, this is a HUGE TELL. Those kinds of “symbolic dates” – those are SO important to leftists (and their masters). Crazy – this is the work of Obama people.

Trump always understood that taking longer can be a good thing, particularly if you’re forced into it. The left? They’re so used to politics “forcing things quickly”, they just ignore consequences and push to failure. Especially when they have a great plan built around the failure.