2021·11·13 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

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

I normally save this for near the end, but…basically…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…

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.

Kamala Harris has a new nickname since she finally went west from DC to El Paso Texas: Westward Hoe.

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

All prices are Kitco Ask, 3PM MT Friday (at that time the markets close for the weekend).

Last week:

Gold $1819.00
Silver $24.25
Platinum $1042.00
Palladium $2117.00
Rhodium $15,500.00

This week, markets closed for the weekend at 3:00 PM Mountain Time

Gold $1866.10
Silver $25.42
Platinum $1091.00
Palladium $2195.00
Rhodium $15,100.00

According to people who read commodities and stock charts for a living, gold has definitely staged a “technical breakout.”

I suppose I should try to explain that statement. (If someone here actually does this for a living, please correct/amplify as warranted.) Apparently the movements of these sorts of prices generally follow certain patterns. For example, you might see something climb, peak, drop, climb again, peak even higher, then drop. Then it will climb again but reach a peak lower than the previous peak. Because you see three peaks with the one in the middle higher than the two on the sides, it’s called a “head and shoulders” pattern, and generally they expect to see the stock or commodity drop a lot coming off that third peak. There’s also a tendency for prices to move up and down in a narrow channel (which may itself be rising, falling, or staying the same). This sort of thing works well until it doesn’t; the idea is to spot when the current pattern is failing.

It also matters–a lot–the time range you’re using to look at the graph. Gold apparently was in a flagpole-and-pennant pattern, which ends with it bouncing up and down in a narrowing range (the pennant; it looks a bit like a triangle pointing to the right). When the point of the pennant is reached, a big move is expected. It could be up or down.

According to this analysis, we’re seeing the big move right now, and it’s up. The trick is knowing how far up it will go. Apparently if gold can break $1900 it’s expected to go to $2000, and at least one “expert” has said it’s likely to do so.

I have hedged my wording quite a lot, because these “rules” aren’t rules, they are tendencies and sometimes they do go wrong. If you decide to rush off and buy a 400 oz bar, and gold turns around and crashes unexpectedly dropping 300 bucks, and you lose $120,000…well, it’s not MY fault; I am NOT giving advice and even if I were, you wouldn’t have to follow it.

What am I going to do? Absolutely nothing. I have a position in gold and I don’t plan to alter it. I’ve learned that I absolutely suck at short-term plays.

Part XXV: The Particle Zoo


We’re going back inside the atom again. Only natural since last time we were doing cosmology. And if that sounds like irony to you, it really isn’t. The two subjects are inextricably tied together; cosmologists pay a lot of attention to particle physics.

As of 1935, our picture of the “innards” of atoms consisted of electrons (very light particles with a “negative” electric charge) “orbiting” a much heavier nucleus (at least 1800 times the mass of the electrons, sometimes much more). That nucleus in turn consisted of “positive” charged protons (about the same number as electrons; in fact for an neutral, unionized atom, the exact same number) and (except in the case of Hydrogen-1, the most common atom in the universe by far) some number of neutrons. The electron and proton charges were equal in strength but opposite each other (making it mathematically natural to call one charge e and the other charge -e, as if they were mathematical opposites; however the assignment of -e to the electron was historical accident that goes back to Founding Father Benjamin Franklin). The neutron has no electric charge at all. The neutron and proton are almost exactly the same mass (the neutron is slightly heavier), roughly 1830 times the electron.

These particles all have some angular momentum, generally 1/2 or -1/2 of Planck’s reduced constant, ħ (pronounced “h-bar”).

We had also discovered that every one of these particles has an anti-particle of the same mass but opposite electric charge and spin. Bringing a particle and its anti-particle together causes a sort of mutual annihilation where the particles turn completely into energy. (Though some of the heavier particles release a mix of energy and lighter particles.) The anti-electron is also known as a positron; the others are simply anti-protons, anti-neutrons, and so on.

There was a solid theoretical argument for something called a neutrino, too (plus an anti-neutrino), but they’re hard to detect. (They did eventually get detected in the 1950s, but that’s getting ahead of things.)

Finally, there was the photon, the particle (though sometimes it behaves as a wave) of electromagnetic energy, whose spin is 1. The photon is its own anti-particle; or equivalently, it has no anti particle but plays the same role interacting with anti-particles as it does with particles.

These can be classified as follows (I’m going to leave out the anti-particles; they go into the same buckets as their corresponding particles):

bosons: Have an integer spin, and many can occupy the same quantum state: photon. You can think of these as “force carrying” particles, but only one of them was known in 1935.

fermions: Have a half-integer spin, and only one can occupy a particular quantum state: electron, neutrino, proton, neutron. These you can think of as “matter.” But you can divide these into leptons and baryons, meaning light and heavy. Electrons and neutrinos are leptons, protons and neutrons are baryons.

A brick of gold or anything else you can drop on your foot is made mostly (by weight) of baryons, and today we have occasion to call it “baryonic matter” (which implies there’s some kind of matter that is not “baryonic matter” but that’s another story for another day, soon).

Baryons, and only baryons, are subject to the strong nuclear force, which makes them stick to each other in nuclei in spite of the fact that protons repel each other electrically with simply ridiculous amounts of force. The strong force has to do with alpha radioactive decay.

Baryons and leptons both are subject to the weak nuclear force, as well.

The electron and proton have an electric charge, and are thus subject to the electromagnetic force as well, while the neutrino and neutron have no charge and aren’t subject to the electromagnetic force.

Finally, nuclear and particle physicists have a couple of quirks. They express energy in electron volts (eV), the amount of energy an electron gains after going through a potential of one volt. And that is exactly 1.602176634×10−19 joules.

Mass will be expressed in eV/c2, electron volts divided by c2. After all E = mc2, so dividing energy by c2 gives you a mass. When talking though, they’ll often just say the mass of such-and-such particle is so many eV and not bother saying “over see squared.” They all know what they mean, and I’m going to dispense with it here.

An electron has a mass of 511 keV (kilo electron volts, thousand electron volts). Protons and neutrons weigh in at 938.3 and 939.6 MeV (mega electron volts, million electron volts), respectively.

OK, that’s a recap!

The Muon

In 1935, Hideki Yukawa (1907-1981) took up the issue of the strong nuclear force. It seemed that there ought to be some particle that mediates it, just like photons mediate the electromagnetic force.

The strong nuclear force is very strong…over very short distances. It drops off to nothing rapidly thereafter. This could be explained if that mediating particle was unstable. If it can’t get far before it breaks down, the force it carries can’t get far either. But an even better “fit” comes from consideration of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. It allows a particle to be created from nothing, but for a very short time. In other words, the energy can be “borrowed” for a brief period of time, but the more energy that is borrowed, the shorter the term of the loan.

So a particle about 200 times the mass of the electron could be created from nothing…but would have to disappear before it had a chance to move much more than the diameter of a proton. But while it was there, it could act to “carry” the strong nuclear force.

Of course, if there’s enough energy to create the particle conventionally, it will, perhaps, stick around long enough to actually be detected.

This was an intermediate mass particle, so it was named “meson” from a Greek word meaning “middle” (also appearing in “Mesoamerica” and “Mesozoic”).

Remember what I just said about “if there’s enough energy to create the particle conventionally”? One place where there’s a lot of energy is in cosmic ray collisions with atoms in our upper atmosphere.

And lo and behold the very next year, 1936, a particle about 200 times the mass of the electron was found as the product of such collisions by Carl D. Anderson (1905-1991), the same man who had discovered the positron in 1932. This meson had a charge of -e, the same as the electron, and it decayed in about 2.2 microseconds. Which seemed a bit long (this is an eternity when dealing with subatomic particles).

Neils Bohr suggested naming the particle the “yukon” (to honor Yukawa) and in fact, for a time that’s what many called it.

But it very quickly became apparent this actually was not Yukawa’s meson. It didn’t seem to want to have anything whatsoever to do with the strong nuclear force.

The more they looked at this meson, the more it looked like it was just like a heavy, unstable electron.

In 1947 another such particle was discovered by a collaboration led by Cecil Powell in England. This, indeed was the particle Yukawa was expecting. So, to distinguish the two, this new particle was called the pi-meson, and Anderson’s discovery was called the mu-meson.

More mesons were discovered, and the mu-meson turned out to be a real oddball; its name got shortened to “muon” and that’s the name it has to this day. It’s still, basically, an overweight, unstable cousin of the electron. It seemed to have no clear role in anything at all; in fact Nobel laureate I. I. Rabi very famously quipped, “who ordered that?” (Today in our “Brandon” age where certain four letter words are acceptable for display on flags for little kids to practice phonics on, he might have said, “WTF is this?!?” only spelled out.)

Muons today are famous for being excellent proofs of time dilation. The muons generated in the upper atmosphere (tens of miles up) by cosmic rays shouldn’t live long enough to move more than about 2200 feet on average (1 foot is almost exactly one nanosecond at light speed, a microsecond is a thousand nanoseconds). Yet they regularly manage to reach us here on the ground because their “clocks” run slower at the speed they are moving. This can also be checked in particle accelerators.

As time went on, the muon’s resemblance to the electron looked stronger and stronger; it’s now classified as a lepton, not a meson. Meanwhile, as I mentioned before, we started discovering other types of mesons.

And we started discovering new types of baryons as well.

Quite a lot of both.

Mesons (minus the muon, no longer considered a true meson) and baryons together shared the characteristic of being affected by the strong nuclear force. So as a class the two together were now named “hadrons.”

By 1956, people were talking about the “particle zoo” because there were so many different kinds of hadrons known.

Now let me make one thing perfectly clear. I’m going to throw a lot of particle names at you here; but the real point of this is later on. Once you’ve seen that point…forget about these particles. They do not matter, and never will to anyone outside a particle physics lab (who have to be able to identify them if only so they can ignore them–they’re noise).

Just for instance in the 1950s a (forgettable) baryon known as the delta particle, about 25 percent heavier than protons, was discovered. Its charge was +2e, twice that of the proton! Also discovered were three other particles of the same mass, with charges +e, 0, and -e. They all had 3/2 spin (not 1/2). These ended up all being called delta particles, with symbols Δ++ , Δ+ , Δ0 , and Δ. Physicists tended to name these particles after Greek letters but had long since run out of them and were having to double, triple, and quadruple up on them.

In fact the pi meson (now called a pion) turned out to have three varieties, π+, π0 , and π . It turned out those delta particles would decay into combinations of pi particles, protons and neutrons (e.g., the double delta would decay into a proton and a positive pion, the neutral delta would decay into a neutron plus a neutral pion or a proton and a negative pion), and generally within about 5×10-24 seconds!

This was just one piece of it. There was an obvious question. Why was there a double positive delta particle, but no double negative delta? This turned out to be a big clue, actually.

Here’s another one. There is a (forgettable) K meson, too, discovered in 1947. (And it’s K, not kappa.) Now shortened to kaon, it, too, comes in positive, neutral, and negative forms. K+, K0 , and K.

These lived much longer than pions or delta particles, about 1×10-8 seconds.

This longer life eventually led to the recognition of a property that simply got called “strangeness,” at the suggestion of Murray Gell-Mann (1929-2019) [yes, we’ve reached the Trump administration.] It was conserved in fast reactions that seemed to have to do with the strong nuclear force, but not in slower reactions (like the kaon’s decay) that had to do with the weak nuclear force.

We eventually found baryons that had strangeness in them too, sometimes even in double doses. No baryon (other than the proton, and (almost) the neutron) was stable, but the strange ones were less unstable than the non-strange ones.

We now had scores of baryons and mesons…all of them supposedly fundamental particles, and very little rhyme or reason to the mess. That’s why we had the “particle zoo.”

Which, maybe, reminds you of something.

It’s like the way we were finding more and more chemical elements in the 1800s, all of them fundamental entities (or so we thought), and there didn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to that mess either.

And what happened, in 1869, was the first good effort to find a way to organize them coherently, then in the 1890s, the discovery that they consisted of a handful of more basic particles.

And this is exactly what happened here.

Murray Gell-Mann (again), in 1961 found a way to organize these particles, working with their charge and their strangeness. They ended up, mostly, in groups of eight. There was a group of eight mesons with a single meson left over.

Meson octet. Particles on opposite corners of the hexagon are anti-particles of each other; the two in the center are their own anti-particles. The remaining single particle is the eta-prime, η′

The baryons came in two groups:

The baryon octet. Note the neutron and proton at the top. Things with the same strangeness are in horizontal lines. Q stands for the electric charge, and diagonals running from upper left to lower right have the same electric charge (1 for the proton and Σ+ (sigma), and so on).

There was also a baryon decuplet, where our delta particles show up:

Baryon decuplet, Delta particles have no strangeness, the Σs have one dose of strangeness, the Ξ (xi, pronounced ksee not zigh) particles have a double dose. The Ω (omega) particle was a prediction, but would have triple strangeness.

This made things tidy, but just like the periodic table, there were strong hints of an underlying order. In the case of the periodic table, it turned out to be the precise ways electron orbitals would be defined by quantum mechanics. In this case, who knew?

The Ω particle at the bottom of the decuplet was not known in 1961. Gell-Mann predicted it in 1962 because it fit the logical progression, and a very close match for it was found in 1964. This was a lot like Mendeleyev predicting gallium and germanium, so it made it look like Gell-Mann was onto something.

Gell-Mann called this schema the eightfold way (inspired by Buddhism’s “eightfold path”).

It took a few decades for chemists to understand the underlying “message” of the periodic table.

It took exactly three years for the particle physicists to make a suggestion–the one which turned out to be correct–as to what was under this scheme.

Gell-Mann, and, independently, George Zweig (1937-still alive and kicking!) came up with what turned out to be the correct answer…though it would take quite some time to prove it and flesh it out.

All of these hadrons were made of something smaller, which got named quarks. There were three kinds of quarks. An “up” quark had a +2/3 charge. A “down” quark has a -1/3 charge. And so does a “strange” quark. Strange quarks are unstable, wanting to decay into up quarks. However, they are responsible for strangeness. All quarks have 1/2 spin (though they can sometimes be “upside down” with a -1/2 net spin).

The three different kinds of quarks are called different flavors of quarks.

[Up, down, strange, flavor..and you’ll soon see color names. Note a lot of English, instead of Latin or Greek. Even the name “quark” came from a poem written in English. This is why it all seems whimsical bordering on silly sometimes. “Up” versus “proton”–the word “proton” has far more gravitas.]

So how does this work?

Baryons consist of exactly three quarks.

A proton consists of two up quarks and a down quark (uud), and if you do the math, that’s a net +1 charge. A neutron consists of an up and two down quarks (udd) and again, doing the math, that’s a net 0 charge.

The delta particles cover all four possible combinations of up and down quarks (uuu, uud, udd, ddd) and doing the math you get charges, 2, 1, 0, and -1, respectively. The difference between the proton (uud) and the delta+ particle (uud) is the spin; deltas have 3/2 spin and protons 1/2 spin. (Similarly for neutrons and the delta-0 particle.) Now why isn’t there a uuu or ddd baryon with a 1/2 spin? This is excluded on quantum-mechanical grounds; a 3/2 spin is mandatory for these combinations.

Particles with strangeness have at least one strange quark. Those Σ particles (3 of them) have one strange quark each, the remaining question is whether the other two quarks will be uu, ud, or dd (three possibilities). The natural result is the decuplet shown, where the bottom member is three strange quarks, sss, making up the Ω.

Now these baryons start to make a sort of sense. What about the mesons?

As it happens, every quark has an anti-particle of the opposite charge, so there’s an anti-up with a -2/3 charge, for instance. A meson is a quark and an anti-quark. So you could pair an up with an anti-down to create a meson with 2/3 + (- 1/3) = 1 charge, and that’s the π+. The other two forms of pions are also formed from up and down quarks/anti-quarks; the negative pion is a down and an anti-up. The neutral pion turns out to be two different things. It is either an up+anti-up or down+anti-down pair and of course the two quarks right next to their own anti-particle don’t last long at all! (Neutral pions decay in about 10-17 seconds, the others are good for about 10-8 seconds, a billion times as long.)

Running all the combinations of up, down, strange and their opposite numbers gives nine possible mesons. And more arise when you consider different combinations of spin (which will be whole numbers in this case).

Again, the point is NOT to remember this stuff more than 10-8 seconds after finishing the article (and if you remember it even that long, you’re strange), other than to remember the idea of quarks. So if your eyes are glazed over…that’s fine.

This whole theory was considered by many to be a completely abstract model with no bearing on reality, however, very similar to the Rutherford experiment with scattering alpha particles off of gold atoms, in 1968 someone was able to shoot things into protons and neutrons…and it became evident that there were things inside the proton and neutron. Still, scientists didn’t want to conclude that what was there were Gell-Mann/Zweig quarks, so they called them “partons” (nothing to do with Dolly…it’s off the word “part”).

As time went on it turned out that the quark model was correct, but there’s one more aspect to the story.

We’ve never seen a quark all by its lonesome. They seem to want to be in groups of three, or two (when one is an anti-particle). So either three quarks, or a (net) zero quarks!

Very shortly after the quark concept was introduced, Oscar W. Greenberg suggested that the strong force might actually have its own sort of charge. Except that instead of a positive and negative charge (two opposite charges, in other words) like electromagnetism, there might be three kinds of charges. Combining all three made a neutral strong charge.

Exactly like the way red, green and blue light add up to make white, but any combination of two of these will have some sort of color.

So in fact it’s now called “color charge” even though actual color has nothing to do with it. The three quarks in (say) a proton, consist of one “blue,” one “green,” and one “red” quark (and it doesn’t really matter which one is which). They add to white, no color charge.

A meson, with a quark and anti-quark, will have, say, a “red” and “anti-red” (or cyan) charge, again, net result white, no color charge. (It’s almost always called “anti-red”, “anti-green” or “anti-blue” never cyan, magenta and yellow.)

And it turns out the strong nuclear force is actually an indirect manifestation of the strong force (note: no word “nuclear”) between the quarks. In other words the proton-proton attraction within the nucleus is not the primary manifestation of the force. Rather, the strong force keeps the protons and neutrons themselves together. It’s sort of like theorizing that a rubber band seems to have a “rubber band” force to it, but then finding out what’s really at the bottom of it is electromagnetic forces between atoms and molecules in the rubber band.

The strong force is, fundamentally, carried by particles called gluons (which are bosons of zero spin). They have mass, but more importantly, they themselves have “color” are subject to the strong force, unlike photons which aren’t subject to the force they carry. So two quarks exchange virtual gluons, and the virtual gluons themselves can exchange more virtual gluons. That turned out to be a very interesting computational problem, largely aided by “Feynman diagrams” invented by Richard Feynman.

Who, by the way, hated the color names; he thought they would be confusing and even called his colleagues “idiot physicists” for using the term.

As it turns out the only force capable of changing the flavor of a quark is the weak force. And weak interactions tend to take more time (or equivalently, are less likely), which is why those strange baryons and hadrons took so long to decay: The strange quark had to change to an up quark, and that’s a slow process because it requires the weak force.

More Recent Developments

Having two quarks with -1/3 charge but only one of 2/3 charge was an imbalance that nagged at people; so almost immediately, there were suggestions there should be a fourth quark…which got the name “charm.” So there would be two “generations” of quarks: up/down made one, and charm/strange made another. This sort of matched the leptons, where there was an electron and a muon which could be considered a second generation.

Today, it’s stated that the strange quark was detected in 1968.

In 1973 a third generation was suggested, called top and bottom. (I distinctly remember hearing them called “truth” and “beauty” as a kid…and I did not realize they didn’t actually mean truth and beauty, so I just shook my head and probably at least thought the word “bullshit” at the thought that they were claiming to have found particles of actual truth and beauty. Fortunately almost no one calls them that today.)

In 1974 the charm quark was detected. The Bottom quark followed in 1977. The top quark is quite a lot more massive (about as massive as a gold atom!) and wasn’t found until 1995.

Similarly, there are three generations of “electron.” The tau particle or tauon was first speculated on in 1960, and detected in 1974-75. Its half life is about 10-13 seconds. So the stable of leptons is filling out too.

There are a couple more chapters in this story. One, I think I can disregard. The other one I can’t…but I will save it for later. Interestingly, it has to do with that odd bit about the sun only producing 1/3 of the neutrinos anticipated.

OK, now that you know what quarks are…forget the kaons, delta particles, sigmas. xis, and omegas. None of these will ever show up in your kitchen and even the pion isn’t a household word by any means. And you’re unlikely to ever see strange, charm, top and bottom quarks, either (though they’re easier to remember). Muons? Occasionally thanks to cosmic rays. Tauons? Never.

The ones that exist outside a physics laboratory or a smashup in the upper atmosphere are the first generation, the electron, up and down. Everything you see around you, everything you can drop on your foot, is made up of those. The others are exotic and evanescent. They only matter (pun intended) to particle physicists.

And cosmologists.

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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Just a reminder from Dr. Zelenko from August 2, as I have grown tired of Karens reminding me that I am not a medical professional, AFTER first pushing their ‘professional’ medical opinions on me…


comment imageDr. Zelenko

Aug 2


• Zinc / Zinc Ionophore approach inhibits RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RDRP)

• RDRP is essential for some RNA viruses such as:

• all the Corona virus strains
• all the influenza strains

Zinc Ionophores include:

• Hydroxychloroquine 
• Ivermectin 
• Quercetin 

We can potentially cure all Corona, Influenza, and RSV infections with a safe, cheap, and oral treatment approach. 

This is why the Globalists, Pharmaceutical industry, tyrants, despots, and devolved pagans are opposing this is approach. 

It undermines their agenda, profits, and the use of fear as a weapon. 

We must resist and sacrifice at all costs and win the war for God consciousness and freedom from tyranny.  

Vladimir Zev Zelenko MD

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Zelenko is absolutely right. Pharma is approaching the problem of viruses all wrong. They are doing so in a way that funds science. They are NOT doing it in a way that helps people.


Judicial Watch
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Judicial Watch President @TomFitton discusses new, exclusive videos, audio, and photos we obtained of the shooting of Ashli Babbitt at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Also–the Biden DOJ is targeting Steve Bannon over January 6 as well as James O’Keefe of Project Veritas over the diary of one of Biden’s family members. WATCH NOW!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes – the idea that this whole thing is a FRAUD CONSTRUCT is powerful.

Deplorable Patriot

IDK what the weather is like where you are, but it’s cold and overcast here. Maybe more people are inside.

Valerie Curren

Sleety/snowy for much of the day in Detroit area. Perfect weather to watch the Lions manage to Not lose a game this season for the first time. They also managed to Not win either–LOL!


People are just thirsting for moar


Steve if I may ask how is it going with your job and having to get the jab or are you spared from having to take the jab?
I am thinking of everyone who still is in the workforce concerning the Biden mandate.


I hope it works out for you. Glad you have and exemption.
Not everyone should take the jab for some people the jab is deadly because of their condition.
Biden has a nerve he is not an MD where is he taking his rights from?
I do not believe their is a law past from congress either.
As I said you and everyone who has a job is on my mind and I hope sane dissensions prevail.


At this point, I’m suspecting “smallpox blankets” testing….hopefully, said accommodation is a “drastic” work-from-home mandate.

Valerie Curren

Unbelievable–delusional despots seem to lurk everywhere!

When all the clot shot culled drop dead or non-functional from the spike poison they’ll be praying they could still have you around!

Valerie Curren

LOL, I’m planning to Re-read &/or read for the first time ALL of your physics posts in order to try to get a grip on an elusive arena for me, but that free time reading will probably not happen til after the holidays.

Thanks for All that you put in your very expansive posts. It is Appreciated even if not always Comprehended 😉

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I don’t remember which commercial said “parts is parts”, but PARTS IS PARTS! 😉




You just gotta love the guy flipping the bird in the background. I miss the 70s-80s.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LMAO!!! Oh, that’s hilarious!


There were a series of these back then. One I remember is a father running his daughter through some exercises and she complains. He tells her, ‘Walk it off. Just walk it off.’

I used that line on customers who whined about the prices of car parts. Still makes me smile.  😄 

Valerie Curren

My dad “walked off” sprained ankles in Both football AND basketball. Me, I couldn’t bear the weight of a sheet on my foot. De pain, de pain!!!


Well, a little less than good news. I have a positive Abbott test as of yesterday. Launched right into the triple-dose FLCCC protocol, adding Mercola’s H2O2 nebulizing. Fever is in the 99s and I can still taste everything. Just tired, slight headache, post nasal drip and no appetite. We called our longtime family doc last night and he has gotten us both in for antibodies today at the ER. The hospital website says a person living with someone positive should get it as well.

So here’s the real question? I don’t want to screw up anything, but should I take the Ivermectin today? I don’t imagine anyone at the hospital will give me a straight answer, as I assume they don’t administer it.

I can’t imagine it would be harmful, or negate the antibodies, right? I don’t want to stop the regular protocol.


I’d take it.

It looks like Joe Rogan, who had good medical care, took monoclonal antibodies and Ivermectin together.

And others have, too.


I thought so. Will do later in the day. We’re about ready to leave and I don’t want stomach upset away from home. 🙄 Thanks for the reply. (Hubby is negative so I have a driver.)


Sooner the better. That’s what we’ve been told. You don’t need to delay once you suspect and it will make it better for when you add the second dose later. Remember your doing this so you can open a passage way for the zinc, so the zinc can do its magic.

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I already started daily Ivermectin yesterday. We’re following FLCCC triple dose (me) / and double (hubby). With all the supplements, gargle, nasal spray and Dr. Mercola’s nebulizer treatments with a drop each of H2O2 and lugols 2% in the saline.

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Good! I agree with that decision, too. Ivermectin seems to always help.

I’m thinking of creating a separate COVID case update thread in the sidebar, which you and others could also use to keep people informed, although I find the open threads very “homey” and supportive, too.

What do you think? Would you like me to create a separate thread that can be clicked out of the sidebar?


My dilemma with separate threads is that people continue to communicate in the dailiy, and then the info from the daily doesn’t get placed in the side thread.

Or, if info gets placed in the side thread, people don’t see it as they read the daily.

I leave it up to others to decide…

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I went ahead and created the other thread so that sick people can CHOOSE whichever place they feel more comfortable – or BOTH. I want there to be no rules on it – whatever they or anybody else chooses to do. Other people can put links to comments from people in the opens or the dedicated health thread in the other one – i.e., they can spread the word. I just want to accelerate the flow of information AND give people the option to communicate where they feel most comfortable.

Here is the link!



Thank you!


the invalid thread 😂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I guess I’m still working in I.T.!


I meant the thread for the INvalids. (not inVALid 😂)

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Cuppa Covfefe

Be sure the code is thread-aware and thread-safe 🙂

(boy, that goes back a-ways… coding for concurrent processing… not to mention array processors)…

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OTT errors! 😉

Valerie Curren

Awesome concept boss–thanks!


It’s 6/half dozen for me. I kind of like it in the mix.


Yes on the sidebar! Both open threads AND sidebar! Thanks


We decided to go for the Regeneron, since it’s so early and my husband is not even positive . . . because I have a cousin-in-law who’s 90, and 2 others in their 70s in Texas (vaccinated) that got sick and beat it with antibodies. And FLCCC has it listed. As I said, still following the protocol. 👍🏻


Knock this bad boy down and out! The quicker, the better.

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Excellent! Regeneron has the TRUMP SEAL OF APPROVAL. Glad you could get it!

Yes, you DID get on top of this extremely early. That’s why I love those antigen tests. They’re not TOO sensitive. You get a positive test, then you’ve almost certainly GOT it, and in a fully treatable state.


You cannot find them in stores anymore though, at all. We had to order from Walgreens online.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

WOW. They reduce fear. Pretty soon Fauci is gonna ban them.


Looks like you are treating aggressively…

Aggressive traetment IS what DR Z, Kory and all the gurus preach.

Positive thoughts your way.

Please update when you can.


No worries. Feel better.


You ok to take pepcid? Its every 12 for me. I even have zofran if needed.
Sorry i missed youre sick to. Sounds like your dr is on top of keeping you healthy. Get better too.


I’m following the FLCCC protocol, had monoclonal antibody treatment on Saturday. Hope you’re doing better as well. 😊


Good wishes and prayers for your recovery and decisions along the way. 🙏

Sadie Slays

Sending positive thoughts your way.


Prayers to you and your husband for speedy recovery .


Thanks very much, we’re back from the antibody adventure. (Regeneron)

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Excellent! How was it? I’m curious what the whole experience feels like – simple, somewhat involved, or dramatic (or overly so).


Nothing much, after all the CYA paperwork to read, it takes a half-hour, then you lay there for another hour or so to see if you’re OK.


You feel ok? Take good care get lots of rest and take your vitamins 🙂


My rt said MCA is the way to go.


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Yup. I agree. Start jailing them. There will be no respect for election law without it.


Jail is sweet. 3 meals a day, play chess with Deputy Barney Fife… well, probably play chess with Andy, and play checkers with Barney.

And get home cooked meals and a newspaper each day from Aunt Bee.

Probably better than home for a lot of people.

PRISON, on the other hand, is not so nice.

And you get Grossburger for a cell mate.


Absolutely, jail! What they did has changed all of our lives in every state, the condition of the United States, and world events. The consequences can’t be overstated.


The more the government grows, the more we lose of who we are as a free people.


This is one of my favorite reads of the week! A trucker tells all about his experiences with Covid and how trucking really is. And this is a seriously educated man. Talk about busting stereotypes!

“Something not often talked about is the extreme loneliness. I can go days without having a conversation with another person. I’ve always been a loner, but still, it gets to you. My best friends are podcasters. If you have family or a friend who drives a truck, call them. Give them 30 minutes or so. A surprise call from a friend makes my day.

There is so much more I could write about. The danger, for instance—trucking is one of the top five most dangerous professions. A lot of us die out here. I’ve seen the death of motorists up close.

What makes me giggle is the misconception that truckers are stupid. I was watching a sitcom a couple days ago and a character complained, “Stupid trucker blew his horn.” For the record, I have two college degrees, business and mathematics. I hold two union trades cards, Millwright and Pipefitter. I’ve taught welding, middle school algebra, and skydiving. I have also built and raced my own stock car and published six novels*.”



““Something not often talked about is the extreme loneliness. I can go days without having a conversation with another person.”


He should get a CB radio for Christmas!

Then push the button on the handset and say “Break 1-9, break 1-9, anybody out there?”

That’s all ya gots to do…

And if you’re bored, you can even start a convoy!



Lol! I am old enough to remember those movies!

I wonder if it is still like that out on the road, though. Lots of things have changed.


We even had SONGS about it! 😁


I’m pretty sure they still use CD radios 👍


And movies!

And they were “CB” [Citizens’ Band] radios.




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More eyes are being opened every day:
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Why does anybody think he’s racist?

A) when you are defending your life, you’re not checking on the rayciss of your attacker

B) weren’t the people trying to murder him all white panti-fa pajama boys?



People on fixed income who own a home might not be able to keep it when taxes go up. I know here in town many people are stretched financially.
I feel lucky but many people got taken to the cleaner when the steel industry went under. There are many reasons people loose their savings and pension not their fault.


Watch for the “Reverse Mortgage” vultures to come in for the prey.

Deplorable Patriot

I would actually pay to see this.


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Rumble — Michelle Malkin has been one of the real warriors on the right over the past few years. She has a new article out: “What Every Parent Must Know About Pfizer.” She joins Stew to discuss the crimes the drug company got away with 25 years ago in Nigeria, and is trying to get away with today.


Listen to this!
Peter Navarro


#standwithsteve If you want to know how ridiculous it is for little @jamieraskin and RINO @LizCheney to be weaponizing Congress to falsely persecute Steve Bannon for Jan 6, listen to Chapter 21 of In Trump Time and buy audio version, No commitment to buy!

Deplorable Patriot

The DS is pressing some buttons hoping to shake loose some indication from the Trump people on what is actually going on.


Yes I think so too.
I also think what better way to find out what Bannon knows? They need to know so they can not be surprised. They are still smarting about Virginia and NJ
If POTUS 45 is smart he will protect himself and have layers between his people and himself.

I remember Lindell being upset after he showed Trump what he found concerning the voting machines he was send to a bunch of lawyers. After Lindell saw the lawyers who said not much he wanted to see POTUS 45 again and they did not let him in.
At first I was upset and then I thought they are protecting POTUS 45 and that is a good thing.
Things are not always what they seem.


indeed, panic it is

Deplorable Patriot

Bannon has always been a hot topic for the other side. If he is not one of the Trump team anymore, why?

And why subpoena him about Jan. 6 when it was a trap set by the other side?

This is getting weirder by the day.




Using J6 investigation to pump him for any info on anything he knows or thinks.

I think it is proof that his show and his analysis have been too good.

Also to probably bog him down with having to deal with responding to the J6 investigators, and keep him off air … he is having an effect.

And Let’s Go Brandon!

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Everybody HANG ON. A site update is about to happen. You MAY encounter a “maintenance” banner.


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Happened faster and smoother than expected. You may have noticed nothing.


Valerie Curren

Whoo Hoo. You sure are spinning A Lot of plates right now, boss. Don’t forget to get some much needed R & R AND Take Care of YOURSELF!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I am definitely taking better care of myself!!!

Valerie Curren

Keep it up, the Pack needs the Alpha fresh AND ready to hunt!!!


As we look for the tentacles connecting the elites who run the world, here’s a movie that might be too close to real [but still a good flick]:

The International

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Valerie Curren

This was a link at the end of the trailer on imdb https://everybodypays.com/ about a mass class action lawsuit…hmmm


Bringing this from Marica’s Place…………… as a reminder …



Reminder: <b>Prayer Time comin’ up at 3:00 pm EST</b>

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EVERYDAY WE GATHER TOGETHER by stopping what we are doing wherever we are and praying:
“… wherever two or more are gathered, there I am, in the midst of them.”

<b>Wolf Moon has a prayer request – Pray for the host company and against all the attacks against conservative social media servers, blogs and outlets. The attacks are getting bigger, more frequent and severe.</b>


November 12, 2021 at 6:51 pm

From over at The Q Tree —
<b>giloo</b> and husband are still down with COVID. She was expecting Ivermectin it didn’t arrive — I think somebody (MD, pharmacy perhaps) got cold feet and scotched it.
giloo also got bad news from her biopsy —- she has early stage endometrial cancer. Can’t go into surgery until the COVID is gone.

Marica brings news of her niece. <i><b>”Maddie</b> is getting worse…..So please increase prayers…Daughter is suggesting Havana Syndrome…Any research would be appreciated…. “</i> Please remember Marica and her family in your prayers.

Sylvia shared yesterday that she received news of the loss of three of her friends. Please hold her in your thoughts and prayers.

GA/Fl posted update this a.m.

<i>…”On top of getting used to Sally’s new diagnosis of diabetes, learning to do blood sugar testing and administer insulin – I got the flu or something similar – from either our son in law who came to help us and got sick that night – or from being in the hospital with Sally Q. We have all started on Tamiflu – and I’m taking HCQ and Zinc – which seems to really make a difference. In between taking the HCQ – I feel feverish and miserable – take the HCQ and for an hour or so – I feel pretty good.
Sally is doing pretty well. She’s got a ways to go in recovering from the episode of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) – but she is getting there. We are getting her on a regular meal schedule along with blood testing and insulin. We have an appointment on Monday with the endocrinologist and their educational nurse – to assess and learn to manage this new condition.”</i>

Our Prayer Warrior Duchess is spending a lot of time giving comfort and prayer to friends. Please pray for her.

Please see our community Prayer Wall

where the names of those needing prayers are listed, along with prayers to choose from… offered only as suggestions, of course. Pray as you are led by the Holy Spirit… at our Wall, or you can stop to pray here, on the Daily Thread.

Again, times are:
3:00 PM (1500) Eastern time
2:00 PM (1400) Central time
1:00 PM (1300) Mountain time
12:00 PM (1200) Pacific time

Remember, the Lord never ceases to bless us, we too often neglect to see the gifts he sends us.

<i>Praise the LORD, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name. Praise the LORD, my soul, and forget not all his benefits— who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases,  who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion,  who satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.</i> Psalm 103:1-5

<i>Tend your sick ones, O Lord Christ.
Rest your weary ones.
Bless your dying ones.
Soothe your suffering one.
Pity your afflicted ones.
Shield your joyous ones
And for all your love’s sake. Amen</i>

~ Saint Augustine



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Okay then..


Idiotic. And they think we’re idiots too.

Deplorable Patriot

There are things about Europe I really do like, but shortages is not one of them.


I never noticed shortages except East Germany under communist USSR.
Are they telling us we are now like the former East block and it is a good thingt

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This is communism.


Yes indeed !

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Straight out of the American Revolution. Loyalist CRAP.

“You people need to live like the peasants back home.”


He is owned by China. Would be nice if all Americans who are owned by China move to china.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

China wants to own America! And Europe!


Yes and they exploit Africa. They will exploit us also the way Russians did Eastern Europe.

Barb Meier

and they will ‘disappear’ all the elites and billionaires just like they did Jack Ma.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. “Trusting” the CCP is ALWAYS a mistake.


Yes sadly so.

Cuppa Covfefe

That pic is of the toy aisle, cheap (OK, not-so-cheap) Chinese $#!t. No great loss there.

The real shortages, food staples, etc., don’t really exist, except in odd cases, e.g. “sensitive” laundry soap at discount stores, because the companies that make that failed due to the ChiCom virus killing demand (work-at-homes apparently don’t wash as much – who knew?) Some things go short, while others are in abundant supply. Then meat seems to be getting more expensive, but over here that’s due to horrid energy prices, which adds transport costs to the mix.

The real shortages were the former East Europe, i.e. the Russian Bloc, which Bye,Done and co. are trying to emulate…


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It’s really odd that latinos are high risk and blacks too but the very same high risk people flooding over the used-to-be-border are not required to get the shot. Must be science

JW in Germany

Affirmative action medical care. SMH


Judge dismisses Michael Cohen’s lawsuit against Trump over legal fees

A New York judge has tossed Michael Cohen’s long-running lawsuit against the Trump Organization, taking former-President Trump’s family company off the hook for his former attorney’s over $1.9 million legal fees.

Judge Joel M. Cohen ruled Friday that Cohen’s breach of contract lawsuit against the company, filed in March 2019 after the former “fixer” pleaded guilty to tax evasion and other crimes, cannot go forward. 

Cohen — no relation to the judge — had originally sought restitution for the legal bills racked up as special counsel Robert Mueller and several congressional committees investigated his onetime boss.

“Mr. Cohen’s legal fees arise out of his (sometimes unlawful) service to Mr. Trump personally, to Mr. Trump’s campaign, and to the Trump Foundation, but not out of his service to the business of the Trump Organization, which is the only defendant in this case,” the judge wrote.

Shouldn’t a lawyer — and HIS lawyer — have realized they were suing the wrong entity?


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Deplorable Patriot

Jack Po-whatever actually used this photo to say that the kid is no threat. He’s not shackled, leaning over the judge’s shoulder, etc. I’m wondering how much a part of the show is this trial given the number of people realizing that the alphabet soup channels lied to them.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This looks like a total photoshop to me! Is that a real photo at all?

Deplorable Patriot

Could be, but still, the kid is not shackled.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

That’s because [if I’m right about Photoshop] he’s not there. I think he was leaning forward at his normal place in the court, and this is a superposition of two photos.


Pretty sure it’s real. They were looking at that blurry photo. The whole trial was just very strange. I’ll post the video if I can find it.

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Jack Posobiec: “Kyle watches while standing directly behind the judge, with no handcuffs on, with the bailiff across the room, in his own double homicide trial”

EDIT: The tweet didn’t show. I hope this photo from it will.


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Go to around 1:55:12.Sorry I don’t know how to just post that part.

They were both looking at a video together, but the photo makes Kyle look closer to the judge than he was. That person with the phone was not there.

I watched the whole trial and he was never shackled. He was out on bail if that matters.


That person with the phone was not there.

The Babylon Bee photoshopped that person in to fit their spoof story of a selfie being taken.


Oh okay. Thanks. Completely missed the spoof part.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OK – that makes sense.

The overhead/behind shot is more realistic on where Kyle was. Although the whole thing is bizarre in terms of Rittenhouse having to see the evidence against him by going up behind the judge!!!


Yes, they were looking at the large screen tv, but the video was very poor and taken from a distance.


He’s not shackled because of this:

Shackling the defendant, even during the sentencing phase of a death penalty trial, violates due process. A defendant may not be forced to appear in shackles unless the trial court has found that such restraint is warranted by an essential state interest specific to the particular defendant.

United States v. Haynes, 729 F.3d 178 (2d Cir. 2013)



Shackling a defendant goes against the presumption of innocence.


I do not think it is real. The judge his robe looks funny on the left side of his arm. They put the kid and desk next to the judge it should be in front of the judge.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YES! The perspective indicates the desk is NEXT to the judge, but the other shots indicate it is actually BEHIND him.

Something weird.




NYC Mayor-Elect Vows To Restore Anti-Crime Units Despite BLM Threats


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Because they are the brown shirts


And the death squads


Yes and it is concerning.


IIRC, he ran on Law & Order.


this video is well worth a look
reminds me of shake things up almost to the point of total destruction

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG, that is AWESOME.

This is – as they say – MUST WATCH.

It ends in one question.



Free Thinking AMERICANS


I was riveted. Very encouraging at the end.

Deplorable Patriot

Cuppa Covfefe

Paging Elessar…



Maybe they can network with Project Runway to design some new uniforms to reflect that..inclusiveness
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The problem with this reasoning is that the military already reflects “the society we come from.” Those who are “different” are not part of the mainstream, and we shouldn’t be catering to them.


yes and once again there’s nothing stopping anyone of any background, race, culture, religion, etc from signing on right now. It’s open to anyone. Volunteer.

In the article he specifically mentions women so I guess they’ve been given a quota to meet.

Deplorable Patriot

Well…the military is really a subculture of defense, which in and of itself is a subculture within the US. My brother the retired Marine, not the Couch Commando, but his “twin,” says that the military is really more socialist than not. Plus, the Marines are a different breed, and they don’t reflect American society as much as one would think. The Corps is called the men’s division of the Navy for a reason. Nothing against the Navy guys, but Marines are different.

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This is CHINA, pre-destroying the Marines.

China is leaving nothing to chance.


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Deplorable Patriot



My head is exploding! Incredible.

If even 1 person believes this and I mean really believes it…omg

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Fake Science is real!


Ages 2 to 4 coming up… meanwhile its claimed babies get protected from the jab. So much for it not crossing over into the womb. And we studied this how long?



yesterday I think there was “news” that weed is causing heart issues. They’re trying to cover all the bases.
Next up Juice Boxes causing heart attacks and strokes for school age kids ?

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Sounds like a plan!
signed, AOC


Pfizer is going to submit “preliminary results” of its “clinical trials” on very young children (ages 2 – 5 years), AND on babies age 6 months – toddlers 2 years) BY THE END OF THIS YEAR, after which the company will apply to the FDA for an EUA to use its “vaccine” on these two age groups.
The pool of children that Pfizer-BioNTech enrolled in the TOTAL “clinical trials” of its “vaccine” on children UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE is — 11,422.
The company’s “clinical trials” were split up into three age groups: ages 5 – 11; ages 2 – 5; ages 6 months – 2 years.
ONLY a small number of the enrollees for the company’s “clinical trial” for use of its “vaccine” in 5 – 11 year old children WERE FROM THE U.S. The rest are from Finland and other countries.
The “clinical trials” SPONSOR and RESPONSIBLE PARTY is BIONTECH — Pfizer’s German partner (who makes COMIRNATY).
The “clinical trials” ARE ONGOING UNTIL JULY, 2024.



Cuppa Covfefe

What parent would submit (donate?) their child, in particular their BABY to be in such a trial?????

Is there coercion going on?

Are poor and/or disenfranchised people being conned into letting their children be part of a study (erm, like Tuskegee)?

Where is BLM? Where is the ACLU? Where is the HRC or whatever it’s called nowadays?

And where are the churches, who are currently so concerned about the plight of the refauxgees, the illegals, the climate, and, oh yes, the ChiCom Virus?????
Twice as fit for hell…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

We even do the Soviet Union better than the Russians.


Science Wolf..it’s all science and stuff, sets us apart

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This is literally the most fucked up shit I have ever had to deal with, which is saying quite a bit.

I am swearing like a sailor because I have no other words.

What the actual hell is happening to us right now? I want out. I can’t watch while they murder all the babies and little children, and try to convince people that it’s because of the cult of “oh-my-God-the-planet-is-a-tenth-of-a-degree-warmer!”

And the low-I.Q., uninformed, ignorant TV watching public will BELIEVE this crap! We are beyond repair.


DP, this is CYA writ large.
if they are going to jab babies, then we must understand any heart problems in babies are from Climate Change.


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Cuppa Covfefe

(Just changed the “?format?” into a dot “.”…
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They smell the rot.


Thank you ! I tried several times and couldn’t get it to do right

Cuppa Covfefe

Funny thing, the “sausage squisher ” (wurst press) parser munched my
questionmarkformatquals into questionformatquestion… geesh.

It’s almost like downloading YouTube vids; every time you find a program or a way to do it, they change things…


Of course they chose Veterans Day to do it.

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Salty Texan

And this is why the DOJ & the FBI targeted and abused their power to go after Steve Bannon & Project Veritas.

Bannon’s show The War Room, & Project Veritas truthful reporting exposing the lies, corruption & abuses.

They want you ignorant & deceived & controlled. They are leaking Project Veritas privileged communications to the New York Times to help the Times survive Project Veritas lawsuit.

And Bannon is another Truth outlet.

They want to deprive you of all sources of information they dont control.

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Exactly. The globonazis are taking down the big threats to their illegitimate regime.


And when they’re done with the big fish, they’ll be coming after us. Count on it.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YES. Oh, yes.

The time for us ALL to make a stand together is close at hand.

Cuppa Covfefe

Seven-and-a-half BILLION of us, at most a few thousand of them, with a few hundred at the top…

Fish in a barrel…


Not only is Bannon a truth outlet, but he and his guests are mobilizing people to get involved on a lot of different levels: in elections, as precinct committee chairmen, in schools, in local government, etc. He has been very effective.

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This is all part of the DOJ-FBI plan. That memo was very likely directed from INSIDE DOJ.

Absolute nightmare. The corrupt DODGE and FIB are out of control.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG – that explains it! That’s why the National School Board organization was not approached by the members who sent that letter to Dodge and Fib. They were already working WITH Dodge and Fib. They knew the letter might get stopped by the organization, so they ALL (Dodge, Fib, the members) decided to send it on their own.

This is all a big plan to STOP parents from objecting to socialist education.


Foiled again by the dad who wouldn’t be silenced about his daughter’s rape. HIS giant righteous fit over it got all mixed up in the CRT crud. It broadened the scope of parental control.
If that hadn’t happened they still would be honed in on white supremists.

My 2 cents

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG, I think you’re right.


That war video from Ozzy made me see that the deep state’s scheme’s rely on tunnel vision, one focus…we need to throw the wrenches. The stupid repetition they use in their seminars,protests, etc represent 1 issue at a time for them. They set the game..we need to wreck it

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Find something commie and break it.


Another example of the single focus…way back during the Ferguson charade, hammer and sickle commies wanted to glom onto the “movement”. BLM ( DS )wasn’t having it.

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They think they can stop information but they cannot it is to late. We have a network to get information.

Valerie Curren

Shared your insightful comment at Gab here:


Thanks for this info!


Please share this: Blessings from God

Valerie Curren


Valerie Curren

Per your request 🙂 Blessings from the Lord to you & yours. Hubby is getting excited planning some Winter camping adventures to keep his spirits up 😉






al-Sisi is no dummy.

Deplorable Patriot

Cuteness overload.


There is a plan and it’s not Hopium, but HOPE is coming, Thank God!
No, I’m not yet insane yet, just enlightened.
A song of ascents. 1 I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from?  2 My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.  3 He will not let your foot slip— he who watches over you will not slumber;  4 indeed, he who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep.  5 The LORD watches over you— the LORD is your shade at your right hand;  6 the sun will not harm you by day, nor the moon by night.  7 The LORD will keep you from all harm— he will watch over your life;  8 the LORD will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore


That’s enough for now

Brave and Free


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Good. People are getting some backbone.


after sudden change of command

Governor Stitt fired the guy that was head of our National Guard and replaced him with a guy that is against the mandate.


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Hey, that’s a great gif!
I’m stealing it.


!!! There was a great one of a guy with a flag on a horse charging across a field..so cool but it was an OU flag


After seeing Molly’s post above I thought of 1) you AND 2) you have a conservative Governor.

Easy fix.

I sense we ARE turning the tide on injection mandates. Courts sides with Freedom AND some Governors standing tall.


Did you see the latest on infants & heart trouble ?
This is going to blow sky high soon


They’re doing it with strokes, too. Ads that normalize children having strokes. I can’t believe anyone would fall for this putrid evil, but some will.


That’s nuts!

Some will but that would most likely be hardcore woke that have for sure gotten the jab and a booster or two….deep down they’ll have to be wondering WTH they put in their bodies

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Latest, dunno.

Have seen the Feds and health schmucks are trying to normalize infant and children heart problems that rarely existed before Covid injections.

Good guys are calling BS trying to highlight the truth.

Cuppa Covfefe

I hope folks are archiving papers and studies and real documentation about the incidence of heart and other problems in babies, children, and young adults. I wouldn’t put it past outfits like Lancet, NEJM, and Google Scholar to bury anything that contradicts with their agenda…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OMG. NO PASARAN on that stuff.


Thanks for that link, Coothie!
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