2021·09·11 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

SPECIAL SECTION: Message For Our “Friends” In The Middle Kingdom

You knuckle-dragging barbarians are still trying to muck with this site, so I’ll just repeat what I said last time.

Up your shit-kicking barbarian asses. Yes, barbarian! It took a bunch of sailors in Western Asia to invent a real alphabet instead of badly drawn cartoons to write with. So much for your “civilization.”

Yeah, the WORLD noticed you had to borrow the Latin alphabet to make Pinyin. Like with every other idea you had to steal from us “Foreign Devils” since you rammed your heads up your asses five centuries ago, you sure managed to bastardize it badly in the process.

Have you stopped eating bats yet? Are you shit-kickers still sleeping with farm animals?

Or maybe even just had the slightest inkling of treating lives as something you don’t just casually dispose of?

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

And here’s my response to barbarian “asshoes” like you:

OK, with that rant out of my system…

20 Years Since 9/11

I’ve got only three minutes left, so I am going to have to jump to my conclusion.

Over three thousand people died 20 years ago today, they must not be forgotten. There are memorials at three sites; I’ve been to the one in Pennsylvania. Plenty of people were there, including a large group of very patriotic, Q-following bikers.

The deed was done by very evil men, almost certainly Islamic jihadis, but…aided and abetted by whom? Do we really know that yet? Were they acting only with other jihadis’ support, or was someone behind the scenes, pulling the strings? If the latter (and I have no real opinion of this, though I do have one on the physical cause of the buildings’ collapse–let’s leave that aside), then they STILL need to be punished.

After all, justice must be done.

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.

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is hopeless 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 is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

The Audit

The Audit is definitely heating up. Let’s see if the Opposition manages to squelch it and its consequences. I’ll be honest; I expect it to be ignored by anyone capable of ordering Biden/Harris to step down.

Nevertheless, anything that can be done to make Biden look less legitimate is a worthy thing!

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 (i.e., paper) Prices

Last week:

Gold $1828.60
Silver $24.77
Platinum $1032.00
Palladium $2506.00
Rhodium $17,750.00

This week, 3PM Mountain Time, markets have closed for the weekend.

Gold $1787.80
Silver $23.78
Platinum $962.00
Palladium $2220.00
Rhodium $16000.00

Wow, they’ve ALL taken a thumping! Is this a buying opportunity or are we watching a bubble burst? Well I’m not one of those kinds of prognosticator.

To be honest, I don’t buy this stuff for the short term. I buy it for the long term, and pretty much everything I hold in precious metals (except for the small amount of platinum I have) is higher than I paid for it.

That will probably be true for anyone buying today, twenty years from now. Assuming western civilization is still running twenty years from now.

Part XVIII – Quantum Weirdness Explained by Richard Feynman

A couple of weeks ago I embedded a video of a lecture by Richard Feynman on just how weird quantum mechanics is.

Here’s a (slightly different) version of the same video. (This one has a short introductory shot of the campus of Cornell U, and a title graphic.)

the Messenger Lectures, PROBABILITY & UNCERTAINTY–the quantum mechanical view of nature

This week’s physics article is going to be me paralleling what is said in this video. I may sometimes duplicate Dr. Feynman’s wording, but mostly I will not. Why am I doing this? Because this is the best explanation I’ve ever seen for just how whacky quantum mechanics is. And I know many don’t have the patience to watch a video…I’m one of those people, 99% of the time.

My summary/regurgitation/mangling of what’s in the video starts in the next paragraph. Things that are purely my own comments rather than me paraphrasing or summarizing Feynman are [in brackets].

When we first began using scientific observation, it largely started with intuition, but that is actually based on our experiences with every day objects. These largely suggest “reasonable” explanations for things. As we continued pursuing scientific knowledge, we observed more phenomena and created generalizations we call ‘laws.’ But we also are seeing a situation where the laws become more and more ‘unreasonable,’ more and more intuitively far from obvious.

With twenty-twenty hindsight, there was no reason this shouldn’t be the case. Our everyday lives involve large numbers of particles (even a dust mote has billions of billions of atoms in it), objects moving slowly (compared to how fast they could be moving), or other very special conditions. Our direct view of the world is actually very limited; all we can see is a narrow set of cases. But with refined and careful measurements using instruments that extend our sensory “reach” we get a more complete picture and we start seeing unexpected things. We see things that are far from what we would guess. We see things that are far from what we could have imagined. Our imagination is stretched, not to create or follow fiction, but just to understand what is actually there.

[Feynman gave the example of special relativity and its conclusion that simultaneity–which we intuitively think is an absolute in that if I see two events as simultaneous, so will you–depends on the observer’s situation.]

It’’s this kind of unexpected thing that is our topic.

Let’’s start with light. At first it was seen to behave as a rain of particles, corpuscles, like rain, like bullets from a gun. Then with further research that turned out to be wrong. Instead light behaved like a wave, water waves for instance. This seemed absolutely solid, thanks to various experiments that could only work for waves, and Maxwell’s equations. Then at the beginning of the 20th century after more research, it looked once again like light was made up of particles, for example with the photoelectric effect, and the particles are now called ‘photons.’ Electrons were first believed to be particles, but further experimentation with electron diffraction shows that they behave like waves. There was a lot of confusion until 1925-26 when the correct quantum mechanical equations were written. [Much of this was covered in prior installments.]

Unfortunately there just isn’t a word for what photons and electrons really are. Particle doesn’t fit, wave doesn’t fit. You can’t use either of these because you give the wrong impression. They behave a third way, a way like nothing you’ve ever seen before.

[My flip joke about this is when someone asks if light (or electrons) is a particle or a wave, I reply, “yes.”]

Well there is one thing that makes the situation simpler than it otherwise could be. Electrons and photons behave the same, that is they’re both screwy, but in exactly the same way. (After all they could have turned out to have been screwy in different ways.)

The newspapers say there was a time when only twelve people understood relativity. [Feynman] doesn’t believe there was ever such a time. There was a time when ONE person understood it, but once he published, a number of people were able to understand it, at least sort of.

But, [Feynman says] no one understands quantum mechanics. [Good then I have plenty of company.]

So we are going to describe the behavior of electrons and photons by a mixture of contrast and analogy. Pure analogy would break down, of course, since they’re not like anything in our normal experience.


So we’re going to compare and contrast particles, for which we will use bullets [no PC woke stuff then!], and waves, for which we’ll use water waves. We’re going to describe an experiment run on bullets, then water waves, then electrons or photons. This one experiment will encapsulate everything weird about quantum mechanics. Any other weird thing about quantum mechanics, you can say “you remember the experiment with the two holes? It’s the same thing.”

For bullets, our experimental apparatus is as shown below. This is a view from above. On your left there’s a source (machine gun) firing through a hole in armor plate. The gun is a bit wobbly, so the bullets don’t all follow the same trajectory. To your right from this, is another piece of armor plate, with two holes in it, a bit to the left or right as seen from the source, but from your point a bit above and below the center line, symmetrically situated–number these 1 and 2 since they’ll be talked about a lot. This plate is a ways to your right from the first plate, but just to fit it on the blackboard I’ll draw them close together [and so will I, below]. Also, this is really three dimensions. The plates extend into and out of your monitor, and to repeat you’re looking down on the thing from above, with the plates edge on. Finally at your far right is a line of bullet detectors (a backstop with sand), so we can see where the bullets went.

[Note: I did not have time to draw the diagrams. So unfortunately, I’m going to use a generic diagram I found on line, and modified, quickly! It’s going to have its shortcomings.]

The results of our lumpy bullet experiment. The total distribution is missing, it would look like a double hump with the center not all the way at zero. What IS shown is the two individual slit patterns, for one or the other slit closed, which will be described below.

There are a couple of key differences between this scenario and actual reality. First, these bullets can ricochet off the edges of the holes, so that will tend to spread their impact points out a bit. But if they hit a barrier head on and don’t go through the holes, they stop, rather than ricocheting. They’re also indestructible (not liable to break in half on impact).

So we run the experiment and the first thing we notice is something obvious but we need to take note of it. Bullets are lumps, all the same size (one bullet each). The bullets have distinct locations where they hit the sand at the backstop. Also, we never get two bullets impacting at the same time. If the machine gun is firing slowly you hear “plink, plink plink” rather than “plink, plink, plinkety plink.” These are all aspects of a characteristic that Feynman labels “comes in lumps.”

So say you let the machine gun fire for an hour, then you go from top to bottom on the diagram, (or left to right as seen from the machine gun) along the backstop and plot how many bullets you find in the sand.

You end up with a double-humped distribution (imagine a Bactrian camel). And you can say that this double hump is proportional to the probability that the next bullet will hit at that location. At the tops of the humps it is most likely. Let’s call that distribution N12 because it results from both holes being open. You can run this experiment for even longer and come up with good average figures, even if it’s 2 1/2 bullets hitting a particular spot per hour. (Just like you hear about the average family having 2.4 kids. But no family has .4 kids in it; children come in lumps. Some families have more, some have less.) [Feynman actually brought that up, not me.] You can also run the experiment again but this time covering one or the other hole, in which case you get two different single-hump distributions, N1 and N2. And then you’ll notice a key fact; if you add N1 and N2, you get N12. It works this way because there is, as Feynman says, “no interference” between the two holes.

Water Waves

Okay, we’re done with bullets. Now place this exact layout in a pool or lake. Instead of armor plate, we’re talking breakwaters or jetties or lines of barges. And instead of a machine gun, there’s some big massive object being moved up and down in a regular fashion to make waves, which then pass through the slit in the left hand barrier, then through the two slits in the middle barrier, to reach measuring devices at the third barrier (instead of a sand trap, though if the barrier is the beach, there might still be sand involved). The measuring devices measure the amplitude (height) of the wave that arrives at that point, which is proportional to the energy carried by the waves.

When you do this, whatever arrives at the detectors can have any size at all. It doesn’t come in lumps. [The waves can be a meter high, a centimeter, a micron…] What’s measured is the intensity, not a count of lumps.

The result is a curve like this. [Note, Feynman actually drew the wrong curve in the lecture at about 21 minutes. He later noticed that he had drawn the wrong curve (at about 21:30). “Which is the exact opposite of this curve..” and he did a quick fix.]

Waves. Notice the interference pattern.

The reason for this rather complicated curve is that when the source wave hits the two openings in the middle barrier, it reaches them at the same time, and those two openings themselves act like sources, and waves ripple outwards from them. The two sets of waves will add together. Along the center line the peak of the wave from opening 1 arrives at the same time as the peak from opening 2, so the waves add together to make something twice as tall, or twice the energy. A bit off the center line, the trough from wave 1 will hit the spot at the same time as the peak from wave 2, or vice versa, resulting in canceling out. A measurement here will see no wave height at all and an energy of zero. Even further off the center line, a peak from one opening will arrive at the same time as the following peak from the other opening, and they will add to each other rather than canceling out. (However one of those waves will have traveled farther and will be weaker, so this peak will not be as high as the one on the center line.)

The waves interfere with each other. This is used in science in a funny way because sometimes the interference from a wave strengthens the other wave (“constructive interference”) and sometimes it cancels (“destructive interference”); in ordinary language interference always works against someone, never with them.

The interference creates the complex pattern shown, I12 (I for intensity). If you close one hole or the other, you get a smooth curve, just like you did with the bullets. In fact the patterns are basically identical, N1 looks like I1, and N2 looks like I2. But these two patterns, I1 and I2 do not add up to make I12.

This distribution is known as an interference pattern.

So we see several key differences between particles and waves: lumpiness/non-lumpiness, discrete/continuous values, non-simultaneous/simultaneous arrival times, and the lack/presence of interference.


OK now for electrons (metal plates). Or photons (for which the barriers are made out of black paper). But I’m only going to discuss electrons. [But remember, they’re both screwy in the same way.]

What we receive at the detector are lumps. Click, click, click, all the same size, like small bullets. If the source of electrons is made weaker, you hear the clicks further apart, but each individual click remains the same size, just like slowing down the machine gun for the bullets. And no two electrons arrive at the same time, because they aren’t emitted at the same time, again like the machine gun firing one bullet at a time. The key here is that the electrons come to one place, one at a time.

So we can now play the same game we did with the bullets, let the emitter rip for a while and then look at the distribution and equate it to a probability curve, with high areas corresponding to a greater probability of receiving the next electron fired.

We should expect to see the double humped N12 curve, right? That’s how our lumpy bullets behave.

But (@27:20)…we get a probability curve looking like the multiple humped I12 intensity curve, the interference pattern.

THAT is weird. These things are lumpy, and behave just like lumps…except for how they are distributed, where the distribution shows wave interference. But what would a wave have to do with particles? Or vice versa?

[Yes, it makes no sense. But it does work this way, we’ve never seen it not work this way. And this is why light was confusing around the turn of the 20th century. When experimenting with its distribution it appeared like a wave. But when we did things with the photoelectric effect that would actually depend on the lumps, we got lumpy behavior.]

[Ok, it’s mad. Stark raving mad, But this is the way things work.]

Some Additional Subtleties

There are some subtleties.

One might state as “obvious” that an electron–which is a “lump”–has to have gone through hole #1 or hole #2. Call that “Proposition A”

That of course would imply that the total number of electrons that reach the detector is the sum of those which go through hole #1, and those which go through hole #2. But you can’t sum the two one-hole distributions to get the interference pattern, so Proposition A would appear to be false; the electrons must be splitting up, somehow.

This is science, we test it even though it seems like ironclad logic.

So we set up lights over each hole to watch the electrons.

Lo and behold, you will see a flash in one hole, or the other hole, and these match the times of hits on the detector, so Proposition A appears to be true after all!

And it is true. But you can’t add the distributions together to get the interference pattern!

Well, I haven’t told you the whole story. Because when you set people to watching the holes and reporting, for each hit on the detector, which hole the electron went through…the distribution on the detector switches from being the interference pattern to the double hump pattern! So now that you know what I1 and I2 are…I12 is equal to their sum!

So, obviously, the light is doing something to the electrons. This is not surprising, after all, light has enough energy to shove electrons around (hence emission and absorption lines in spectra), so we decide to turn the intensity of the light down enough to have less of an effect.

But light, too, is “lumpy.” Turning down the light reduces the number of lumps or photons. If you reduce the light enough, electrons might get through the hole without running into a photon at all, in which case the guy monitoring the holes will say he didn’t see the electron at all.

Guess what? If you plot the electrons that didn’t get seen, and ignore the rest, you get the multiple hump distribution. If you look only at the ones that were seen, you get the double hump distribution. If you look at them all, you get some sort of weighted sum of the two, depending on what fraction of electrons were or were not seen.

Other methods can be arranged to determine which hole an electron goes through, and they all lead to the same result. If you make the sensor too gentle to muck with the electron…you end up not seeing the electron. There is no way to detect an electron without disturbing it and wrecking the interference pattern.

[Feynman summarizes the way scientists describe the situation:] If you set up an apparatus to monitor the holes, then you can say that it goes through one hole or the other (and Proposition A is true). If you don’t have such an apparatus, then you cannot say that it goes through one hole or the other, because when you’re not looking, electrons don’t behave as if they do go through one hole or the other.

No one can give you a deeper explanation of this than [Feynman] has given you. They might come up with more examples, but this is the basic conundrum of quantum mechanics.

Another subtlety. We use probability in daily life for things like, say, the throw of a dice. We shouldn’t have to do this. We should be able to calculate how the die will land, given its orientation, speed, the nature of the surface it will land on, and so forth. Straight mechanics, even if very, very complicated. But since we don’t know the initial conditions well enough, the die toss appears to be a random event, we can’t predict what it’s going to do. But again that’s because we don’t know the initial conditions and haven’t the skill to do the computation fast enough.

With these electrons, one might think if they behave as though they have a probability of doing something, we could somehow write laws that would tell us where the electron will be. But this turns out not to be the case. True randomness–the randomness we don’t actually see in our macroscopic world–is built into it. We can’t know the state of the electron and be able to compute what it will do; if we could, we’d lose the interference pattern. “Nature herself doesn’t know which way the electron is going to go.”

Feynman’s Concluding Rant

[nearly verbatim]

[Feynman puts on a pompous voice and quotes a philosopher as saying “It is necessary for the very existence of science that the same conditions always produce the same result.”] Well, they don’t. And yet the science goes on. [So much for that philosopher.]

What is necessary for the very existence of science and so forth and what the characteristics of nature are not to be determined by pompous preconditions, they are determined always by the material with which we work, by Nature herself. We look and we see what we find and we cannot say ahead of time what it’s going to look like. The most “reasonable” possibilities turn out often not to be the situation.

What [actually] is necessary for the very existence of science is just the ability to experiment, the honesty in reporting results (the results must be reported without somebody [instead] saying what they’d like the results to have been), and finally an important thing is the intelligence to interpret the results. [Take THAT, Climate Research Unit!]

But an important thing about this intelligence is that it should not be sure ahead of time about what must be. Now it can be prejudiced and say “that’s very unlikely, I don’t like that.” Prejudice is different than absolute certainty, I don’t mean absolute prejudice, just bias, not complete prejudice. Even if you’re strongly biased, the experiments will pile up until you cannot ignore them any longer.

In fact the only thing needed is that minds exist that do not demand that nature must satisfy some preconceived conditions, like those of our philosopher.

[Oh, and we need to fix elections, too. And we need bacon.]

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

Remember Hong Kong!!!

Whoever ends up in the cell next to his, 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 His Fraudulency 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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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This is critical stuff.


Gail Combs

ABRIVIATED LOOK AT CHARTS (I hope I copied correctly)


Page 14
Table 4: COVID-19 cases by vaccination status between week 32 & week 35 2021
………………………………………….…(Rate per 100,000)…(Rate per 100,000)
AGE…..TOTAL …Not Vax….2 doses……Rec’d 2 doses …….Not Vax


Page 16:
Death within 60 days of first positive test….. Rate per 100,000
………………………………………….…(Rate per 100,000)…(Rate per 100,000)
AGE…..TOTAL …Not Vax….2 doses……Rec’d 2 doses …….Not Vax
>18…..3…………………3…………0……………..0.0 ………………0.0
18-29..24……………….15……..…4……….…….0.1 ……….………0.4

Gail Combs

This is the earlier article:

Well, Duh. This Is Why It Was Stupid

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OK – look at page 15 – the deaths within 28 days of vaccination VS unvaccinated.

Looks favorable to the vaccine – RIGHT?

This is how they gamed things, in order to FLIP the relative values of the last two columns, AND to hide vaccine deaths. So what they do is they count all deaths within 14 days of the vaccination as being due to being UNVACCINATED.

That not only HIDES the vaccine deaths – it flips the values of the 28 day report.

IMO if you have fine-grained data on deaths before scheduled (as a baseline) and AFTER vaccination, what you will see is that there is a characteristic COVID-mimetic death bell-ish curve AFTER vaccination which shows deaths CAUSED by vaccination. All those deaths need to be shifted out of the “non-vaccinated” column into a third column – DEATHS BY VACCINE.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This is a SMOOTH fake science operation, where media and science media pressure prevents scientists from talking about VACCINE DEATHS.

Gail Combs

A real life example of HOE TO LIE WITH STATISTICS!


Step 1 — HOE checks validity of STATISTICS’ bankroll.

Step 2 — HOE lies with STATISTICS….

Concerned Virginian

The article and the comments are brutal.


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Joe Oltmann
I did not comment on whether I thought the evil of our government was a part of what happened on 9-11… I will only say this. Not one politician or political leader died as a result of 9-11 or the war that followed… many Americans did, but not one of these pieces of trash.

Hope that answers your questions. Today is about never forgetting. It is long past time for consequences… that however can continue towards happening, tomorrow.


BTW I never visit twitHitler unless something stumbled on is interesting…


No masks!


Citizen Free Press highlights this thoughtful article about people who jumped on 9/11. (Do not read if you find the images and/or the idea disturbing.) People have differing perspectives about whether photos should have been taken at all; whether they should have been shown and should be shown today; and whether the people should be identified, which involves interviewing prospective family members and coworkers and putting them through the agony of examining the photos.


I understand all of the perspectives — the photographer(s) and news organizations, the families, the witnesses. We don’t want horrendous choices and deaths to be exploited, while at the same time we want history to be recorded and preserved and the brutality of the crime to be shown.

May they all rest in peace. 🙏🇺🇸

Sadie Slays

Regarding the famous photo in the link, there is a theory that it’s a fake photo that was widely publicized for occult reasons. It bears resemblance to the Hanged Man symbolism.
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Interesting. It is one of a series that he took that happened to capture that position. The others are in the article, and the author explains that that one “perfect” photo was a mere moment in time.


September 11, 1776 – The Staten Island Peace Conference paved the way for the Revolutionary War to continue. We were given the chance to rescind the Declaration of Independence, but refused. Thank goodness there were no RINOs among the Founders.


By May 1776, the skirmishes at Lexington and Concord had already occurred, but the American colonies had not yet declared independence. An increasingly skeptical George III thought that a prolonged conflict in North America might be avoided and appointed Admiral Lord Richard Howe and his brother General William Howe to be peace negotiators. Their instructions limited their authority to granting pardons to rebellious Americans who would pledge their loyalties to the king, but stopped short of allowing them to deal with the illegal colonial governments, provincial congresses that had replaced legitimate royal officials…

Because of the slowness of transportation and communication in that era, an effort to arrange a peace conference was not made until late summer…

At the Staten Island Peace Conference, although the tone of the talks was civil, they were doomed from the start. The Howe brothers were under instructions to insist upon a retraction of the Declaration of Independence before true negotiations could commence. The Americans were unwilling to consider that demand. The British, confident of the military superiority, felt no need to compromise.


Highlighted on CodeMonkeyZ’s Telegram: https://t.me/s/codemonkeyz

[Fully vaccinated Democrat] Former Kentucky state Rep. Brent Yonts died Friday morning after he had been hospitalized for several weeks due to a COVID-19 infection, family and colleagues said.

His daughter’s comment:

“It’s a difficult situation to understand why someone like my dad who was fully vaccinated ended up dying from the virus,” she said, but the family still wants “everyone to understand that the vaccine does work.” –Ellen Yonts-Suetholz 

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Gets worse…from his obit…

Larry Brent Yonts, of Greenville passed away on August 20, 2021, at the age of 72. Although he was fully vaccinated, Brent died due to COVID-19. His family believes his death was preventable, and it is their prayer that everyone who is eligible get vaccinated to avoid the type of cruel suffering this virus brings. 



Unbelievable!   :wpds_envy:


Yup! The family’s saying their father was murdered by the unvaccinated.

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Gail Combs

The Family is BRAIN DEAD SHEEP who can not reason their way out of a paper bag!


I can see it from a psychological point. It is easier to believe that the other person who did not take the jab caused the jabbed person covid.
The way it works in today’s mentality of people who do not take responsibility for their actions, it was the other person’s fault.
Dad past away because the other person made him sick.
Never mind that dad took willingly the jab even though he did not know the consequences because Dr Fauci did not tell the person. Instead to lay the blame on the CDC Fauci or Biden we blame those who chose not to be vaccinated. In their pain they have to find blame cannot blame dad taking the jab or Fauci and Biden or CDC.
What about blaming the doctors who did not give the poor man Invermectin and antibiotic and a C drip or inhaler. No they blame people who had nothing to do with the man’s choice his doctors or hospital.
People are not taught consequences of anything.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Actually, I’d step back a few steps from that.

The biggest problem (and I see this ALL THE TIME over here, from people who SHOULD KNOW BETTER) is the stunning illogical “reasoning” going on. From oxymoron to vaxxymoron.

The ENTIRE point of a vaccine is to make someone immune or invulnerable to infection (and side effects, etc.) from the virus for which the vaccine is created.

If the vaccine works as it should, then NO VACCINATED PEOPLE SHOULD GET SICK (or very few).

If the vaccine DOESN’T WORK, as in this case, then it’s the fault of the VACCINE and its creators: NOTHING ELSE:

For ANY carrier, animal, mineral, vegetable (OK, just kidding) or human could expose a person who had been vaccinated with a failed vaccine. And yet they are not to blame for the vaccine’s failure.

Moreover, if a vaccine fails, or is leaky, the potential for worse, i.e. more infectious and/or more fatal diseases is radically enhanced. This makes the recipient of the failed vaccine into a superspreader; NOT THE UNVAXXED PERSON(S).

This crap has been going on since the measles vaccines were forced upon us 30-40 years ago. Same old, same old. The folks who logically rely upon GOD’S DESIGN for the immune system are blamed for the failures, misanthropy, and evil deeds of those in the Big Pharma and political industries who consider themselves (and attempting to make themselves) god(s)…


You are right !
Unfortunately we created a society who blames everyone else except themselves. Thy never look at truth and reality.
I see the same now with vaccines but it is much worse because some evil people are running the show. Most people are decent except those who are in charge.


The family’s saying their father was murdered by the unvaccinated.

So they think COVID would go away if every person on the planet was vaxed? Overlooking the failure of the vaccine to protect people? I think we are undergoing a mass societal delusion.


Apparently it doesn’t even protect others. It’s just good for shortening the stay at a hospital if one is lucky and the luck will run out the more the immune system is laid waste.

Gail Combs

If you are OVER FORTY & Vaxed you become more of a spreader than someone UNVAXXED!

SEE: I Hate Being Right

Page 14 of the UK Report
Table 4: COVID-19 cases by vaccination status between week 32 & week 35 2021

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. And those numbers are AFTER being GAMED by the VAX COMMIES.


I honestly don’t think the vaccine helps any one. Vaxxed can get Covid. Vaxxed keep dying. Vaxxed can give Covid to others. Vaxxed can have a myriad of bad reactions.

I see NO upside to getting injected.

Did I miss something fundamentally good about the injection.

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Do NOT take the vaccine.


I am wondering has the composition of the vaccine changed since Biden’s regime? I am wondering if under Trump these pharmaceuticals would not have gotten away with it. They also dare would not give Trump his family poison in vaccines they were clean.
This just struck me that something is off and it is evil.

Gail Combs

And for the weak willed the price could easily be DEATH

Deplorable Patriot

I’m sure I was not in contact with the man.

Notice there is no desire for therapeutics or a different protocol for treatment.


I’m sorry for their loss. I’m more sorry for them deceiving others into believing their obvious rationalization of doing something very stupid as sheep do was OK.


You can’t fix shit for brains


So this study shows that the virus can be in several different parts of the body, even with a negative swab test. While we all had a chuckle over the Chinese anal swab story, looks like that test is capable of picking up more indications of infection.


So what ??


Potentially when you have covid and then test negative you could still have active virus. So you are still sick (long covid?) and still potentially transmitting.


In steps Ivermectin / Quercetin protocols using periodic maintenance doses once every two to three months. The vaxxxed are the biggest spreaders, they need to be convinced of needing this even more than just us. We’ll get by, but they have all the spike proteins popping off in side attacking and weakening their organs while creating debris fields in their bodies. Everyone should be demanding Ivermectin and be knowledgeable about the vit C, vit D, etc… that needs to be taken in conjunction.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

That’s actually a jump too far AND against the evidence obtained VERY early by the Koreans.

No, the Koreans PROVED that recoverees can’t transmit, but they didn’t know why.




Wonder if they were vaccinated.


The paper is from June 2021. Otherwise could not tell other then they were looking at six months post infection. So potentially not.


Probably not then. Wondered if the spike protein was behind the persistance.


One theory is the spike protein causes errors which lead to, generates the variant in the body. And some variants lodge in different parts of the body.

Concerned Virginian

Some interesting information in reading down the Twitter thread.
Appears to indicate that not only remnants of the “virus” can stay “lodged” in various areas of the body; it seems that pieces of RNA in “virus” also stay “lodged.”
What is unclear is if all the people tested were also “vaccinated”.
This type of “information” can be potentially used by “entities” who are H3ll-bent on “proving” that there is not such thing as “natural immunity”, a “negative test”, and therefore all people have to be “vaccinated” every year, plus “boosters.”

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes, there is definitely confusion because NOBODY TALKS ABOUT THE JAENISCH PAPER and how this affects EVERYTHING.

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The RNA from the virus gets incorporated into DNA and produces both RNA which can trigger PCR tests AND protein which can trigger antigen tests.

I believe that the spike protein vaccines can very likely do the same for the spike.





Gosh, I’m not sure how this works.

New York Hospital to Pause Baby Deliveries After Too Many Staffers in Maternity Unit Quit Over Vaccine Mandate
I seriously doubt that babies in the womb are going to listen to that kind of nonsense?
What’s wrong with you tyrants in NYC?


Deplorable Patriot

Unless Mom is really high risk, find a midwife.


Good by me. Shut it all down.


That’s a really good article. It also has information about NAC and how it can help the body rid itself of graphene oxide.


It is interesting. I haven’t been able to find NAC anywhere.


Interesting that NAC has been targeted and made scarce similarly to HCQ and Ivermectin. Our daughter with Friedreich’s Ataxia has been taking it as part of an UFL VA researchers’ informal antioxidant study for 27 years – she’s been buying it online wherever she can find it.


I ordered some last week.

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Thank you so much. Haven’t been able to find any. All out at the usual stores.




I just ordered here:


I tried Swanson’s, but the website would NOT display the page for me, no matter what I tried!


Also, iherb.com has it. And they’ve got a 25SUP coupon until tomorrow (25% off supplements)


Thanks jamcooker! Putting an order in.



Concerned Virginian

Just saw it for sale on Walgreens.com/ and on Walmart.com/
Here’s the backstory:
The FDA sent “warning letters” in July, 2020, to companies selling NAC as a “diet supplement”, stating that it could no longer legally be sold for that purpose. The FDA basically re-classified NAC as a “drug”, making it subject to the same FDA regulations that a prescription drug must meet. By May of 2021, Amazon stopped selling it. Other companies are following suit.

Might be a good idea to stock up on NAC wherever it can still be purchased.
One also posits that the FDA will target ZINC in the same manner that it did NAC.


Sucking on pennies is medicinal? Who knew?

Cuppa Covfefe

A galvanizing thought, indeed 🙂


Wally World online.


iherb.com has it. And they’ve got a 25SUP coupon until tomorrow (25% off supplements)

Gail Combs

I think they are chasing a wild hare. Graphene Oxide in SOME of the vaccines? Yeah, I think so.

BUT there IS A VIRUS because I caught the darn thing (& so did my friend) in DECEMBER OF 2018. this was a year before THE plandemic, ABOUT THE TIME of the October 2018 — Event 201

We caught it FROM the UNC Hospital Emergency Room which is just down the street from Ralph Baric’s Lab AND HE IS ON THE STAFF of the The Department of Microbiology and Immunology at UNC offering courses to students enrolled in the School of Medicine and Dentistry.

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology at UNC – Chapel Hill represents a dynamic and exciting blend of disciplines and technology. Research and training are largely focused in the areas of immunology, virology, and microbial interactions, but the questions and strategies are broadly based in molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, genetics and genomics. Besides offering a comprehensive set of courses and seminar/tutorials for graduate students, the department provides instruction in microbiology and immunology to students enrolled in the School of Medicine and Dentistry, as well as undergraduate students who seek admission into degree programs offered in the School of Nursing and Pharmacy.



Concerned Virginian

RALPH BARIC is just as culpable as DR. ANTHONY FAUCI.

Gail Combs

MORE SO! Fauci provided tax payer money and Baric created the MONSTER.

Deplorable Patriot

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Now there is an actual MAN.


Where’s BiteMe’s icre cream cone?

Sadie Slays

Another anniversary today: Hillary being chucked into the van like a side of beef.


Ahhh those were the days. A lot of us at OT thought she had Parkinson’s. Seeing as how she’s still around (assuming it’s really her) maybe she was just drunk.


I believe that was a double.


If it was a double, what would be the reason for doing that and making Hillary look too sick to be president?


No clue ?

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Slab of old boiler

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Hey, you got in! Good show!


Yep. It’s intermittent.
the qtree doesn’t show on my freq visited and when I google qtree I get wierd mathematical sites. ( bit of tautology there)



President Donald J. Trump will appear at the Let Us Worship event led by @seanfeucht on the National Mall at approximately 6:50 p.m. EST




What a POS.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

He’s talking about ANTIFA and BLM – right?


What an evil man. Thanks to the people he is now demonizing he became president.
The whole family stinks.


More confirmation Bush IS a traitor.

Cuppa Covfefe

Bush League…

Not even good enough for the JV (heck, even the Frosh-Soph) team.

Makes Little League and Coast Leagu loo like pros… (except they don’t kneel)….

Valerie Curren

Hopium? I couldn’t get the video to play on my device, but some comments were intriguing.


Valerie, is there a way to link this video (Warrior Calls)?
I am tech challenged, and cannot forward it in this format…any instructions would be as Greek.

Valerie Curren

I honestly don’t know. I copied the URL & thought just the link would show. Hopefully someone with tech skills will answer 😯


This is interesting – Nurse reports – new hospitalizations termed Delta variant are really vaccine injuries.



Yep. The numbers of jabbed people coming down with covid days after the shot tells me it is a jab injury.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This is EXTREMELY important. They are HIDING vaccine injuries using the 14-day post-vaccination reporting rule.


The fraud is huge. These docs and nurses need to step up and start reporting what is going on.


People will protect their livelihood. They have families to support houses to pay for and maybe even car payment or kids in college.
My husband is retired teaches still but loosing that piddly job does not make a dent. He does it to keep himself busy.
The world looks different when one is mid four tees still taking care of family.
Used to be family took family in provided for them if they lost their jobs not today many families are broken.
If it was just myself I could go without healthcare but my husband cannot. He should not get a jab because of his kidneys and heart and diabetics.
The only thing would be to go to a private doctor. There is one 1 1/2 away from us who takes cash.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It’s happening more and more, just like we are now seeing MANY scientists ROUTINELY contradicting the early narratives, right and left.

The trouble is that the science media is so biased, most regular folks are not aware of the science with contradicts the Faucists.

Scientists can still – to some extent – get away with contradicting narratives. Sadly, many doctors CANNOT.


In our area – Pfizer and Moderna were the most prevalent given to patients.

We are experiencing a lot of patients in hospitals and ICUs right now.

They claim the majority are not vaccinated.

HOWEVER – we know now that there are several different meanings and ways of classifying someone to be vaccinated and unvaccinated:

1. CDC reporting guidelines from localities currently require that in order to be considered ‘vaccinated’ for reporting – the infected individual has had at least two injections, has been at least 14 days since the last injection, and fewer than 90 days since the last injection. 

So, if you contract covid a week after taking both injections, or 4 months, they consider you an unvaccinated case. 

This is why they’re reporting 80%+ unvaccinated infections in certain localities (even with the altered definitions they have to scrounge to find data that suits them), while other counties are reporting the inverse. 

So, to answer your question – a significant majority of the people hospitalized have had the injections.”

2. DEFINITION OF VACCINATED: Had FULL vaccine schedule AND the last shot was TWO WEEKS AGO. That means if you come down with covid after only one of the two jabs of a two jab set you are called UNVACCINATED.

If you got vaccinated a week ago and come down with Covid, YOU ARE UNVACCINATED
3. The CDC is now listing vaccinated COVID-19 deaths as UNvaccinated deaths if they die within 14 days of the vaccine.

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Georgia – am I reading that correctly – about the 90 DAY part – that they are basically “unvaccinating the vaccinated” at THREE MONTHS after their last injection?

THAT is HUGE – because that basically keeps most people being classified as unvaccinated.


Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

In theory, the only way to stay “vaccinated” is to get FOUR PER YEAR.

That will have a HUGE impact on human fertility.

Concerned Virginian

Wolf Moon
AND it will be a MUCH faster way to decimate / destroy the body’s natural immune system.


There’s this too
Second Breastfeeding Baby Dies Of Blood Clots And Inflamed Arteries After Mother’s Pfizer Shot As Per VAERS

Concerned Virginian

Wolf Moon
And that would ALSO be a “convenient” way to DENY the fact that the “vaccines” compromise the recipient’s immune system, making the person MORE vulnerable in real terms to COVID / any of the “variants.”
Cases in point: My son and DIL, both MD’s, both “fully vaccinated” in FEBRUARY of this year, both coming down with “breakthrough cases” of COVID in AUGUST.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Mmmmmm hmmmmmm. VERY INTERESTING……


Sure looks that way. Our newspaper is full of panic stories and the hospital is putting out the same. But truth and full disclosure are (IMO) in short supply.
I resent the term ‘the vaccine’ when there are so many kinds/types of vaccines that work different ways.

RNA vaccines

Adenovirus Vector vaccine
Sputnik V

Inactivated Virus vaccine
Chinese CoronaVac
Indian Covaxin
Russian CoviVac
Kazakhstani vaccine QazVac
Iranian COVIran Barekat
Vaccines in clinical trials include the Valneva COVID-19

Subunit Vaccines
peptide vaccine EpiVacCorona
Novavax COVID-19
Soberana 02 (a conjugate vaccine)
Sanofi–GSK vaccine.

V451 vaccine was previously in clinical trials, which were terminated because it was found that the vaccine may potentially cause incorrect results for subsequent HIV testing

Intranasal vaccine – IGA

Single dose
Johnson & Johnson

Other types
Additional types of vaccines that are in clinical trials include virus-like particle vaccines, multiple DNA plasmid vaccines, at least two lentivirus vector vaccines, a conjugate vaccine, and a vesicular stomatitis virus displaying the SARS‑CoV‑2 spike protein.

Vaccines for other diseases
Scientists investigated whether existing vaccines for unrelated conditions could prime the immune system and lessen the severity of COVID‑19 infection. There is experimental evidence that the BCG vaccine for tuberculosis has non-specific effects on the immune system, but no evidence that this vaccine is effective against COVID‑19.



GA/FL, Do we have a handy link for the 4 month portion below?

So, if you contract covid a week after taking both injections, or 4 months, they consider you an unvaccinated case.


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I copied the three statement from comments – I’m not sure whether there is a link, but I’ll look. I’ve got to be out of town tomorrow, but will try.


Whenever the link may come available will be appreciated. Travel safe.


Thanks, KK


So far, I’ve found 3 links – and all say vaccine immunity lasts 6-9 months. Not much protection then. And with the risk of lowering immunity to other diseases – as flu vaccines do – I’m not interested.


Yes. The CDC discounting those vaxexd at 90 days or 4 months will be golden. Shows the vax as, IMO, worthless AND CDC cooking the numbers for their numbers game.


I went back and asked the commenter, Prepper Jack, if he had a link to the 4 months part of his comment. Will let you know if he replies.




h/t Sylvia:

“President Joe Biden has ordered the Department of Veterans Affairs to withhold healthcare benefits from unvaccinated veterans as part of an aggressive new initiative to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beginning November 1st, any veteran seeking medical care at a VA facility must have had at least one shot of the vaccine to receive services under their medical benefits package….”



Biden cannot do that can he? The Veterans earned their medical care before the pandemic. I hope someone sues them.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I hope someone throws him into a PRISON.

This is a total outrage.


w – Only one way … go full Mussolini with him hanging out of the window by his heels … dead …


Hmmm next false flag? Biden will be removed. It’s just a question of how.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I think they will REICHSTAG We The People again.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I disagree. We have to SHAME the people who are responsible until they DO THEIR JOB.

DISGRACEFUL FIB has to pick a side – SERVE on the side of TRUTH, or BE DESTROYED along with BIDEN in the end. Same with all the other rats.

Alleged White Hots Which May Or May Not Exist (TM) need to be confronted with their own duty – not only to US, but to their own soldiers.

All the WASHINGTON SCUMBUCKETS – from Capitol to Pentagon to White House to SCOTUS want to PIN IT ON US.


WE will be peaceful and SHAME THEM for not protecting us.


Yes, it is. As of November 1st, I’ll no longer have health care. It strikes me that this is a great way to get at the Deplorables.


Many blacks and Hispanics did not get the jab either. What will they do about that? Do they want to go back discriminating punishing blacks?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG. That’s RIGHT.


We’re not going to take this bullshit.

Sadie Slays

Terrible. At least there’s still plenty of time to fight and get it changed before November 1st.


They are coming for all of us. Veterans, medicare, rather sure through private health insurance, BCBS and the like. Military dependents with TriCare. Also retired with TriCare.


Yes it is.


Into the la Brea tar pits

Concerned Virginian

Watch for CMS (Centers for Medicare / Medicaid) to require ANY beneficiary to have had at least 1 shot of the ‘vaccine” in order to get ANY benefits.
Watch for private insurance companies to start requiring ANY policy holder to have had at least 1 shot of the “vaccine” in order to get ANY claim covered.


This is America not a giant concentration camp where people were forced to be lab rats.


I think the other lever of control will be the annual healthcare insurance premium re-enrollment which starts November. If you or anyone in your family haven’t had the clot shots then you won’t be eligible for insurance OR it will increase your premium by some huge and unaffordable percent.


Okay, fully support the thrust of the article and it’s intent if it gets folk mad at the Biden Administration. That said the article is way over the top and this would have been put out on blasters in the conservative media. It has not and will not be. I’m not saying Biden will not go here. He will if he thinks he has the power and can get away with it.

Meanwhile scroll down to the very bottom of the web page and you will find this:

With all of that said, everything on this website is made up. Do not rely on anything said here.

Don’t believe us? Read our Legal Statements.


Thank you, para! I’m really glad to hear that. Isn’t it interesting, though, that this is so easy to believe that none of us even thought it might be a satire site.


Agreed, however keep in mind that Biden’s people would do this if they thought they could get away with it. So I take the post seriously. So it’s more about when as opposed to if. Glad you brought it, because this is where they want to go. Plus imagine if they got the Bidenese to react to it saying they wouldn’t? They wouldn’t want to do that if they didn’t have to.


We are living through a mass psychosis event for sure.

Gail Combs

(Per Hubby)

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That’s how BAD Biden is. I believed it immediately!!!

Sadie Slays

Ground report. The shortages at the stores here have gotten worse over the past week.

Liquor store: Inventory is low. Small signs fill the many empty spots on the shelves apologizing and explaining that there are manufacturing shortages. I asked a nearby employee about the signs. She said supply issues are bad and the distribution center just doesn’t have inventory to send. I grabbed the very last bottle of [major brand] off the shelf. They don’t know when they’re getting more. The last time I saw it this bad was the Great Grocery Panic of March 2020. 

Folks, I don’t know if this is a regional problem or not, but if you need to stock up on alcohol for whatever reason, consider doing it sooner than later.

Grocery Store #1: New sign on the door “strongly recommending” masks. There was about 40% mask compliance on the last visit; now it’s about 90% compliance with the stupid sign. -sigh- I didn’t wear one and nobody said a thing.

Grocery Store #2: The shortages are hitting the usually stocked produce aisle now. There were no mushrooms at all–the entire shelf was empty like they hadn’t gotten shipments in awhile. Center store shortages were even worse than the last few weeks. No bottled water at all. Snack aisle mostly empty. Mask compliance around 30% despite being about 2-3 miles from Store #1. It’s weird how COVID compliance changes so starkly by ZIP code.

Sadly, I expect this to get worse. We’ve got the winter flu season coming up and vaccine mandates possibly forcing out the few employees left working. That’s the best case scenario before we get to the dire predictions about what will happen to the vaccinated. Strongly recommend keeping extras around of whatever necessities you use because these shortages are getting worse.


You might be right that the shortage is a regional thing. Here in the small town Kroger is fully stacked. Organic meats, milk , eggs, yogurt. Excellent vegetables organic . They are fresh. I cannot complain. Maybe it is what we buy ?


A grocery store I frequent is consistently low in some of the canned goods/staples areas. The last time I was there, there were lots of boxes lined up on the floor of items to be stocked, which made me wonder if they were short staffed. I asked someone why the shelves were so bare, and he didn’t know. I suspect there are many reasons: word has gotten out that truckers might strike and people might walk out, people learned from last year to be prepared for shortages, there are problems within the supply chains, people increasingly trust the government less (I hope), people are waking up to the fact that this fraudministration is incompetent and evil, people know that flu season is here and want to be stocked up in case they get sick and can’t go out, some fear they will be locked out of stores if unvaccinated, and some are stocking up for natural emergencies.

Whatever the reason, it signals a general unease.

Sadie Slays

I’ve heard several anecdotes regarding the shortages:

1) Not enough truck drivers in every part of the supply chain.

2) Not enough employees to pack and unpack the trucks.

3) Distribution centers not sending enough inventory to the stores for whatever reason (probably #1, #2, #5).

4) Not enough store employees get the food on the shelves, i.e. unpacking delivery trucks and stocking the shelves.

5) General manufacturing shortages. The aluminum shortage, for example, is causing canned pet food shortages because there aren’t enough aluminum cans to package the food.



See huntsman re supplies chains and the coming catastrophic failure cascade



awesome troll move




None better.

Valerie Curren

How strange to find something in a devotional from 2015 that speaks to some of what’s currently happening with such specificity. So I just had to share it here. It comes from Our Daily Bread & was written by Mart DeHaan, Miracle Material.

“CNN calls a derivative of graphite a ‘miracle material’ that could revolutionize our future. Only one atom thick graphene is being hailed as a truly two-dimensional material in a 3-D world. One hundred times stronger than steel, it is harder than diamond, conducts electricity 1,000 times better than copper, and is more flexible than rubber.”

Is this what is being added to the C V “vaxs”? It makes me wonder if it’s origins could be from that Corso technology file, seeded into scientific humanism for such a time as this!

The devotional focuses on Isaiah 46: 1-10 and cautions on idols made with one’s own hands rather than worshipping& trusting the One True God. How timeless & timely!


Could you explain this, Valerie – “Corso technology file.” I don’t think I’ve ever heard of that before.


Duck Duck Go is your friend.  😍 

Valerie Curren

Corona NM???

Valerie Curren

They said Corona in the video!

One of my husband’s “robber baron” ancestors had property in Roswell, as well as Colorado, interestingly! 😁

Valerie Curren

Wolfmoon reccommended a book by aCol. Cor so (forgot his first name). He supposedly managed aspects of the “alien” technology recovered from the 1940’s NM “ufo” crash. Supposedly these advanced inventions/materials are periodically seeded to “worthy” companies or individuals when the keepers of such secrets decide it is time for the tech to appear.

I read this book & remain skeptical about what was claimed. It seems that Wolf considers Cor so legit, but he could be pulling a Babylon Bee level troll… 😉

Valerie Curren

Sorry for typos. This device I’m using is auto correcting/editing me & hard to fix. It kept changing Wolfmoon to Solomon! 😇


Even by 2015 the world has largely been asleep to the coming nanotech society that we have to some extent already entered into but the information has been out there for quite some time with those who had an interest.

The idea first surfaced with Steve’s, Richard Feynman in his 1959 speech “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom”.


As the article will point out, it really bloomed with Eric Drekler’s 1986 book “Engines of Creation”. (A book that would still be well worth the read today however just noticed he has a 2007 update to that book and he is very lay person friendly writer, proof being even I understood what he was talking about in the first book).

Meanwhile it was Neil Stephenson that coined the phrase “The Diamond Age” in his 1995 book “The Diamond Age: Or, A Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer” where in the story is set in an already emerging nano tech world where in a poor kid living in many stacked high trailer truck containers stumbles upon a strange book and gives it to his little sister. The book then begins to teach the little girl in ways not imaginable.

Much of the tech in either book has still not been realized but the rule with nano tech is if you can imagine it, write a program for it, then it can be realized as long as you beat the physical limitations that exist at 1/billionth of a meter. The largest of which is wet vs. dry. Most things become soluble and fall apart when wet. This is why nano tech materials saw the first break throughs many years ago even if you haven’t heard of them and nano tech machines have largely lagged behind. But that was then and now they work with things like proteins and other of natures building blocks, forcing them to contort themselves into and hold various shapes that allow for the building the cogs, widgets and transistors to allow such machines.

Lastly I’d add, IMO given the scale nano tech is being worked upon the paths are as likely to be as numerous as the scale and thus this is all still virgin work that would be almost impossible to keep track of for the common person and even very difficult for even the specialists to keep abreast of all the developments.

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Valerie Curren



USAFVet (@BollingerTodd) Tweeted:
I stole this from my wife’s Facebook page… https://t.co/QJ7vNDwZxo


h/t Boondocksaint1

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The Patriot Act was already written before 9/11 happened. Cue suspicious cat.

Article excerpt:

The final version of the USA PATRIOT Act was 342 pages long and it changed more than 15 existing laws. Before signing it into law, Bush claimed the bill was so heavily approved because “it upholds and respects the civil liberties guaranteed by our Constitution. This legislation is essential not only to pursuing and punishing terrorists, but also preventing more atrocities in the hands of the evil ones.”

In addition to the question of how the House and Senate came together in such a short time to pass a law that had such a massive impact on the nation, there is also the question of how many members of Congress actually read the 342-page bill in full—and then there is the question of how the bill was written in the first place.

Ron Paul’s claim that the PATRIOT Act was written many years before 9/11, was echoed by former Counter Terrorism Czar Richard Clarke. According to one report, Clarke told Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig:

“After 9/11 the government drew up the Patriot Act within 20 days and it was passed. The Patriot Act is huge and I remember someone asking a Justice Department official how did they write such a large statute so quickly, and of course the answer was that it has been sitting in the drawers of the Justice Department for the last 20 years waiting for the event where they would pull it out.”
Source: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/ron-paul-patriot-act-911/


Tsk tsk…I suppose he hates the country all the while living here. GO Back to where you came from! ( student govt member too )

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YAF was alerted on Saturday that a memorial display had been destroyed by a member of student government at WU. The school is a participant in YAF’s 9/11: Never Forget Project, in which 2,977 flags are planted in the ground, one for each innocent murdered by radical Islamic terrorists.  

YAF reached out to the Alkilani who replied, “I did not violate any university or legal policy. Now go away.” 
In response to one twitter user, he said he stole the flags as an act of “protest against American imperialism and the 900,000 lives lost as a result of post 9/11 war.”

According to students participating in the 9/11: Never Forget Project at WU, Alkilani also tried to destroy the display Friday night. He was told to stop after campus police were called. After being caught this morning, campus police were notified once more. This time they warned Alkilani he would be arrested if he disrupted the display again.  
 The stolen flags were eventually planted once more for the viewing and remembrance of everyone on campus. 


I can’t wait to find out how our new “refugees” adjust to living among American Imperialists. SMH

Deplorable Patriot

Wash U is not known for harboring conservatives.

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Deplorable Patriot

Flags of honor is up on Art Hill. It’s STUNNING in person. That’s about half a mile, maybe, from this spot.


Compulsive perv


He is sickening.


The guy filming at least said dont sniff her.


LOL… he’s so cringey. EVERYBODY knows

Cuppa Covfefe

He takes his mask off (maskhole) and then sniffs after a little girl????!!!!!

That makes him into a superspreader (along with paedo, creep, dotard, lecher, and all manner of evil and DEMONRAT things)…..


All of it. He’s not even hiding it. Pedos who are impulsive cannot hide their excitement. Wait til he obviously grabs a kid who reacts.


I thought there was at least 2, but a group of them . Esp in nyc, glad to hear them say it.


And hewas, booed.


Leaving on the long trip back to Californistan early tomorrow. Hold down the fort friends !

(At least they haven’t set up interstate vax papers checkpoints yet )



Travel safe.


Thanks… will be taking 10..it’s like moonscape for a million miles but about the fastest way. Trying to psyche myself up for the masks and police state stuff!

Cuppa Covfefe

We used to jokingly call it the Sado Monica freeway back in the old days….

Anymore, with Standard Hotel Schiff and all the Kast of Klowns in Kalifornistan, that might be an accurate term for that area…

Have a nice trip, though… there are still nice places and nice people in CA even if they’re never shown in the media…

(Some of the Autoroutes over in France are that way – straight as an arrow, and nothing interesting around… so they put up statues of huge geometric shapes, in various pastels, to keep people from being bored… makes for an interesting drive)…

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. I was linking the city and the freeway. I lived in LA for five years when I was in Uni and a while after. It’s one big heaving, throbbing, stinking, traffic-jammed megalopolis anymore. Last time we visited, it took an hour and a half from downtown LA to Anaheim. And it wasn’t rush hour…

Didn’t even have time on the way back to stop at Beverly and Rampart for a Tommyburger… There’s probably tents on the sidewalk there now…

Just like the Golden State, Santa Ana, Pasadena, Hollywood, Ventura, and other freeways that change names every so often just to confuse non-Angelenos…

There was an article MANY years ago, I think in the SJ Merc, that mocked the commuters in LA driving 5-6 hours each way to and from work. At least until the COVIDIOCY hit, in some places in the Gay, erm, Bay Area commutes approached that (e.g. Modesto to Palo Alto, etc.)…

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