Dear KMAG: 20211227 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ Open Topic / Didier Raoult vs. SARS-CoV-2 Variant Mutation, Gain of Function, and Spread

Joe Biden didn’t win. This is our Real President:

AND our amazing REALFLOTUS.

There are days that I’m DAMN GLAD our beautiful FLOTUS Melania is finally getting a break, but still – the ILLEGITIMACY of the Biden administration BURNS LIKE A TORCH.

If we have a second Trump Administration, I hope the Deep State gets put down like a RABID DOG in the process, if they try ANYTHING that even remotely resembles what they did the first time.

Like “fortifying” the election. GAWD, how cynical.

HA! FU, commies. WE’RE WISE.

I think they’re nervous they won’t be able to pull off an even half-way believable electoral coup this time. CREEPS.

From what I understand, the military traitors who assisted the coup are now nervous, and this is responsible for those 3 Democrat generals making the weird noises of worry about another “insurrection”.

HA!

GOOD. They should be nervous. They’re partially responsible for all this crap we’re going through, including the Afghanistan exit debacle. SHAME!

IDIOTS!


The Business At Hand

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread remains open – VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KAG/KMAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

And indeed, it’s Monday…again.

But we WILL get through it, and we will get through it STRONGLY.


The Rules

Boilerplate, more or less, but worth reading a second or third time.

The bottom line is Free Speech. Theories and ideas you don’t agree with must be WELCOME here, and you must be part of that welcoming. But you do NOT need to be part of any agreement.

EXAMPLE:

Flatards and spherecucks are both welcome here. The spherecucks make it difficult to question our deep respect and love for modern science, despite our rabid love of God. The flatards not only demonstrate our willingness to be singly, doubly, and triply skeptical – they provide cover to our friends, who can easily say “But those people actually discuss FLAT EARTH on that site.”

Keeping this site easily but incorrectly discredited is part of our strategy.

We don’t want credit. We want the TRUTH to WIN. All we need is for the HIDDEN TRUTH to “get out”. People with greater credibility and reach need never mention us.

Anyway, our approach requires civility. You may disagree in a civil fashion.

Those who do not adhere to this minimal standard – this minimal but sadly requisite infringement of Free Speech – will be placed in moderation. This regrettable state will continue until we have such software that allows members to individually take responsibility for their own moderation.

In Wheatie’s words, “We’re on the same side here so let’s not engage in friendly fire.”

We do have a site – The U Tree – where civility is not a requirement. Interestingly, people don’t really go there much. Nevertheless, if you find yourself in an “argument” that can’t really stay civil, please feel free to “take it to the U Tree”. The U Tree is also a good place to report any technical difficulties, if you’re unable to report them here. Please post your comment there on one of Wolf’s posts, or in reply to one of Wolf’s comments, to make sure he sees it (though it may take a few hours).

We also have a backup site, called The Q Tree as well, which is really The Q Tree 579486807. You might call it “Second Tree”. The URL for that site is https://theqtree579486807.wordpress.com/. If this site (theqtree.com) ever goes down, please reassemble at the Second Tree.

If the Second Tree goes down, please go to The U Tree, or to our Gab Group, which is located at https://gab.com/groups/4178.

We also have some “old rules” and important guidelines, outlined here, in a very early post, on our first New Year’s Day, in 2019. The main point is not to make violent threats against people, which then have to be taken seriously by law enforcement, and which can be used as a PRETEXT by enemies of this site.

In the words of Wheatie, “Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.”


A Moment of Prayer

Our policy on extreme religious freedom on this site is discussed HERE. Please feel free to pray and praise God anytime and anywhere.

Thus, please pray for our real President, the one who actually won the election.

You may even pray for our enemies, the Demonic Communist Democrats, as well, per the advice of the most popular rabbi around here. Letting them know about antihistamines for COVID is one of my new strategies. Feel free to save a few Democrat lives with generic loratadine, or brand names if they insist.


MUSICAL INTERLUDE

For your listening enjoyment, and general encouragement, we continue Wheatie’s tradition of fine music videos, brought up in nets from the seas of information by our intrepid authors.

It’s still Christmas, as far as I’m concerned. Doubts about the actual birthday of Christ are a perfect excuse to keep Christmas going until spring, whether the doubts are founded or unfounded.

Christ is opportunity!

OK – let’s try ANOTHER country Christmas song with a little more TOE-TAPPIN’ for y’all.

And while we remember that great Patty Loveless and friends singing about the amazing faith of Daniel of the Bible……

…..let’s enjoy another trio effort with a more Christian-era spin on forgiveness, and a timeless spin on sin.


Call To Battle

Our beloved country is under Occupation by hostile forces.

Daily outrage and epic phuckery abound.

We can give in to despair…or we can be defiant and fight back in any way that we can.

Joe Biden didn’t win.

And we will keep saying Joe Biden didn’t win until we get His Fraudulency out of our White House.

“WE HAVE LIFT-OFF!”


Featured Story – Didier Raoult

Didier Raoult, who was critical in getting antiviral therapeutics for SARS-CoV-2 launched with hydroxychloroquine, has not been sleeping.

The FAIL MEDIA has apparently been ignoring critical work that Raoult has been part of, including a very powerful paper which shows that SARS-CoV-2 moves in and out of animal populations, where it can mutate and gain function.

The reasoning presented in the paper is really convincing.

Here are two links to this critical and fairly understandable paper.

Emergence and outcomes of the SARS-CoV-2 ‘Marseille-4’ variant

LINK 1: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC7997945/

LINK 2: https://www.ijidonline.com/article/S1201-9712(21)00286-1/fulltext

To show you how much of a CHAMP this guy Raoult is, just check out this “update” paragraph added after acceptance for publication.

Since the final acceptance of this article, the sequence of the SARS-CoV-2 genome obtained from a farm mink sampled the 15th of November, 2020 in Eure-et-Loire was eventually released the 29th of March, 2021 (EPI_ISL_1392906). As we suspected and stated in the present article, this genome is strictly identical to the genome of a Marseille-4 variant confirming our hypothesis of a common source of this variant between French minks and humans.

The “gain of function” of the variant was increased hypoxia. This is the OPPOSITE of what we see with Omicron, which spreads faster with reduced hospitalization.

Did China use minks, ferrets, or similar animals to make Original Wuhan more deadly? SHAME!!!

BUT WAIT – THERE’S MOAR.

Raoult and his buddies looked at the bigger spread of variants as part of the “waves” of disease.

THIS amazing article by Raoult and his French buddies shows why CONTROLLED BORDERS are one of the best ways to stop the disease, by stopping the spread of variants.

Yeah, you’re not gonna hear THAT on Fake News.

Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 variants from 24,181 patients exemplifies the role of globalisation and zoonosis in pandemics

LINK 1: https://www.news-medical.net/news/20210914/Study-reveals-role-of-globalization-and-zoonosis-in-the-emergence-and-spread-of-SARS-CoV-2-variants.aspx

LINK 2: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.09.10.21262922v1.full-text

But… yeah. More.

There is a VERY FRESH review and analysis (different authors) of the long mutational history of the virus, and it’s quite interesting.

Mutational analysis of SARS-CoV-2. ORF8 and the evolution of the Delta and Omicron variants

LINK 1: https://www.news-medical.net/news/20211224/New-study-provides-a-mutational-analysis-of-SARS-CoV-2.aspx

LINK 2: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.12.19.21268069v1.full-text

Geek out on the ABSTRACT, or go straight to the HIGHLIGHTS for the WOW signal!


Abstract

SARS-CoV-2 the virus responsible for the current pandemic. This virus is continually evolving, adapting to both innate and acquired immune responses and therapeutic drugs. Therefore, it is important to understand how the virus evolving to design the appropriate therapeutic and vaccine in preparation for future variants. Here, we used the online SARS-CoV-2 databases, Nextstrain and Ourworld, to map the evolution and epidemiology of the virus. We identified 30 high entropy residues which underwent a progressive evolution to arrive at the current dominant variant – Delta variant. The virus underwent mutational waves with the first wave made up of structural proteins important in its infectivity and the second wave made up of the ORFs important for its contagion. The most important driver of the second wave is ORF8 mutations at residue 119 and 120. Further mutations of these two residues are creating new clades that are offshoots from the Delta backbone. More importantly the further expansion of the S protein in the Omicron variant is now followed with the acquisition of ORF8 mutations 119 and 120. These findings demonstrate how SARS-CoV-2 mutates and points to two evolutionary paths; 1) Mutational expansion on the Delta backbone among the ORFs and 2) Mutational expansion of the S protein on other backbone follow with mutational wave among the ORFs. Both are happening at the same time right now with the Omicron variant early in the first wave to follow with a more aggressive second wave of mutations.

HIGHLIGHTS Mutational waves in the evolution of SARS-CoV-2. S protein as the driver of the first wave improving the minimum inhaled viral load required to cause infection and ORF8 mutations 119 and 120 as the driver of the second mutational wave to improve the Contagion Airborne Transmission value.


Wolf here – so it clearly “wants” to be “more airborne”. Did masks help to create mask-bypassing, more airborne variants, in the same way that vaccines helped it generate vaccine-bypassing variants?

Fascinating fact from this paper – the original Wuhan strain was GONE by June of 2020.


Wolfie’s Wheatie’s Word of the Day:

cladogenesis

noun

The formation of a new group of organisms or higher taxon by evolutionary divergence from an ancestral form.

An evolutionary splitting of a parent species into two or more distinct species, forming a clade.

Used in a sentence, a paragraph, and an analogy:

“Scientists of evolution use the term ‘cladogenesis’ to describe the division of an existing species into multiple lines–thus creating new species–often in response to radical change in the environment,” explained Dick Patton, global marketing officer at EgonZehnder, in an Ad Age article. “Marketing appears to be going through a process much like this, right before our eyes. The 21st-century CMO faces an explosively expanding range of options from which to branch out in new directions.”

Used in a picture:

Look closely, with TIME on the X axis, to see the DELTA and OMICRON waves.


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cthulhu

Outstanding!!!

cthulhu

That, too, but I was referring to the way people on this site have been pulling all the strings and unraveling things on this Covid fiasco faster than any five big-name university microbiology departments ever could.

scott467

““MUST NOT INCREASE VACCINE HESITANCY!” rules the day.”

_______________

The hesitancy is already so bad, I caught a full blown case of vaccine nevereverancy.

Aubergine

May you be a superspreader, friend!

wowohwow1528

As the vaxxed fly to never never land … just south of the Majik Kingdom ….

Aubergine

Lol!

Brave and Free

Absolutely agree with ya. Was saying the same thing last night when discussing the last two years of this s*** show. We here definitely have the advantage over others with the GREAT minds that research and post here. H/T to “all” who contribute. The leader of the pack, definitely leads and protects the pack…..
Great stuff as always Wolf! You forever keep me up to date and consequently everyone I speak to also.
God Bless

Gail Combs

I am hopeful.

Steve Bannon has been almost giddy lately on the War Room.

More info on the Plannedemic Genocide is becoming common knowledge. The Nuremberg II Court case has hit the International Court.

Poland and Hungary are giving the EU the middle finger.

Aljazeera: Poland refers EU rule of law issue to Constitutional Court

The court will decide whether a mechanism linking EU funds to rule of law is compatible with Poland’s constitution.

Could Hungary break the EU?

The EU is facing a democracy crisis, and there is nothing it can do about it.

pgroup2

wheatietoo better be enjoying herself, ’cause we sure miss her.

cthulhu

Maybe she’s growing-up some trees for her return.

pgroup2

Works for me.  😉 

Aubergine

Yes, I miss her, but her health is of primary importance!

Valerie Curren

I erroneously thought F the world before For The Win–oops.

I agree w/ Cthulhu. Great job boss. Hit the ground running, wolf pack at tank speed!

Valerie Curren

Yes, thanks for the clarification 🙂

cthulhu

Apropos of nothing in particular, I’m getting my Pi400 up to speed on ‘bullseye’. It had a DNS problem to start with, so apt wasn’t working properly. Then I kludged the sources so that it would look at bullseye instead of buster, and it’s now chugging along.

pgroup2

‘Chugging along’ refers to cold starting a diesel engine. Meaning huge clouds of black smoke until it warms up.

You should expect a visit from a couple of CARB agents shortly.

cthulhu

I’ve been on their list since forever — they keep offering to take my 1994 horrid polluter vehicle off my hands.

Linda

I’ve heard that Oregon is going to start charging much higher registration fees if your car is older than 20 years. I still drive a 1998 Toyota Forerunner, so I guess they’ll be after me, even though I bought it in California. So it has all the California smog garbage on it.

cthulhu

They might as well send you a letter asking you to leave.

Linda

Yeah. But I’m not leaving and I’m not giving up my Forerunner!  😎 

cthulhu

Try registering it as a “historic vehicle”.

cthulhu

I actually wasn’t kidding. We had a neighbor a while back, down the street a tad — a renter. After a time, this nondescript VW beetle shows up in front of his house with Colorado “historic vehicle” plates, and I catch the guy out walking a dog. Turns out it was his son’s dog and his son’s bug — and the son got the “historic vehicle” plates because it saved him about 2/3 on registration.

cthulhu

And you don’t even have to produce evidence of being in car shows!

Gail Combs

We slapped farm vehicle tags on our ancient beasts. I just wish guy would quit trying to buy my truck all the time.

kalbokalbs

Most cars have the CA smog garbage.

cthulhu

Actually, that’s probably a good metaphor for what the Pi is doing.

cthulhu

It’s upgrading over 1600 packages. I’m going to need to purge the apt cache after this. I’m running stock Raspbian on a stock Pi chip, in order to more effectively talk to Robert Baker….but that’s getting messier and messier. I’d like for him to be using Ubuntu MATE and Kali on freshly purchased >=32G chips….

slowcreekno

As long as the magic smoke stays inside the machine it remains good 🙂

cthulhu

Well, you surely know that technology is all smoke and mirrors…..if you let the smoke out, what’s left is shiny and useless.

pgroup2

Excellent effort. You get an extra dessert for that one.

Gail Combs

DARN!
I hate to hear there is an animal reservoir. That means it just gets tossed back and forth and never dies out.

For the omicron variant they seem to think it might be mice.

TradeBait2

Nope – Swing is the correct response. Firing is reserved for participants who were unaware of their complicity in the evil. JMO.

wowohwow1528

Banned forever from praktising medicine/sarc, and tattooed with a BIG red X on their chin and fine print below .. MURDERER .. 🤨

cthulhu

Better get some more snakes to shove under your sheds.

Gail Combs

Or tell the cat (and foxes and the hawk and owl) to keep up the good work. That owl is a BIG sucker! I drove by him and he just stared at me. Given his hooting I think he is a great horned owl.

GA/FL

Put out HCQ, NAC, Quercetin-laced Mouse Bait.

Valerie Curren

LOL

scott467

“From what I understand, the military traitors who assisted the coup are now nervous, and this is responsible for those 3 Democrat generals making the weird noises of worry about another “insurrection”.”

__________

It was very thoughtful of them to positively identify themselves, saying “Hey, take a good look at me and don’t forget my name, and I’m guilty of High Treason.”

cthulhu

I’ve got to say, their heads would look really nice on pikes.

Gail Combs

At the rate THEY are going we are going to have a mountain and won’t have to worry about ‘over population’ for a few hundred years. 🤓

cthulhu

The “Tamerlane Landscaping Service”?

para59r

Timur works too!  🤓 

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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Lesson from history…don’t piss off Genghis Khan. It will only go worse for you.

Ask the Khwarezmians.

Valerie Curren

This scene from Return of the King comes to mind.
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Linda

Well, I guess we could all go down to the river and beat them with rocks.

cthulhu

The World Economic Forum guys? — sure, I’m ok with that.

Brave and Free

The guys who’ve probably never worn a pair of jeans and actually do any work……

wowohwow1528

If they do wear them it’s only one time … 😳👍

singingsoul1

You can buy jeans that are already dirty and have holes and they are very expensive. Those are for the 1% so they look like a worker.

pgroup2

Great investment. Pays you back the purchase price for a new pair right about the time that you need a new pair.

Real close to a perpetual motion machine.

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singingsoul1

Love it “perpetual motion machine”.

scott467

“Well, I guess we could all go down to the river and beat them with rocks.”

______________

Schwabby and the WEF Choir?

Sounds like a plan. 👍

singingsoul1

Get your wash board out 🙂 I still have two one from glass and another. I think one can buy them at Lehman’s. Amish wash machines they are cool. I would buy one no electricity needed. Good exercise out in fresh air  😅 
Love hanging wash out did it for years.

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Aubergine

I have a glass washboard, too! And a big washpan. You never know when you might need it.

singingsoul1

Yes that is true. I have big sinks in the basement. Many years ago I bought an old washstand with two wash pans in it. I used them for Oktoberfest but ice in and beer. Now they hold art and ends out there under the roof of the garage.

Aubergine

Someday, these things might come in handy.

Gail Combs

A more modern alternative to the galvanized tubs are the livestock tubs.

We use a lot of the 40 gal. Heavy-Duty Oval Stock Tanks ($53) from tractor supply.

Ace hardware has washboards from $15 to $35. Actually Ace is a very good place to wander around. I found the little tabletop Hibachi with movable racks that I was looking for at Ace.

It is small (good for two people), uses very little charcoal and is adjustable. I had one years ago but it was stolen. 😫

Agri-Supply is another good resource. However check out the old family-owned hardware and farm stores in your area. It is amazing the useful stuff you can find.

singingsoul1

Yes I love old hardware stores.
My in laws had one of those little Hibachi do not know what happened to it ?

pgroup2

What kind of lowlife steals a mini Hibachi?

Gail Combs

A drug addict who has also stolen my sheep and goats and killed my ponies. She set fire to a friends house and shot up another with a toddler inside.

But hey, she is well protected by the local law enforcement.
  :wpds_mad: 

Gail Combs

She is low level but the bits and piece I have heard indicates a MAJOR drug dealing group, including politicians in the local area. That is from five different people who do not know each other.

Remember NC is on Rt 95, a major N/S drug running route going from FL to NYC. There is also Rt 40 and 85 plus Research Triangle Park and a lot of Universities.

Valerie Curren

Hanging wash on the line is something I really enjoy at my parents’ Northern Michigan cottage. I love how rough the washcloths & towels are after air drying. Finding ant or spider carcasses within the clean laundry Ew & not so good 😉

singingsoul1

The wash smells so clean hanging it out.
I want to hang my wash out but my husband really does not want me too he is overprotective. He is fearful I would hurt myself schlepping wash basket around 🙂

Valerie Curren

Maybe He could schlep that wash basket for you 😉

singingsoul1

He is almost 80 and he does if I do not from the basement but often I bead him doing so.
If I have others do for me then what will happen when I am 80? No I do for myself as much as I can . 🙂 That is what keeps me alive.

Valerie Curren

Amen, Singing. My mom has your attitude too! Me, I got spoiled w/ my 4 kids & hubby. I was very glad that my kids helped carry Christmas stuff down for me on Christmas Eve!!!

singingsoul1

We only bring down some selected items for Christmas and hope kids relieve us from the rest 🙂

Valerie Curren

Well, I was referring to gifts & stocking stuffers that I’d stored in our daughter’s room upstairs. We’re not Yet at the place where we’re handing off all our Christmas stuff. However we’ve accumulated so much stuff over the years that it Never All gets aired in any given year…sigh…

singingsoul1

I understand that 🙂

Valerie Curren

<3

pgroup2

[snort out loud]

Valerie Curren

husband of an independent woman there? 😉

Gail Combs

If you use a clothes line MAKE SURE IT IS POLYESTER!!!!!
It will last a lot longer than the crap they now sell as clothesline.

Tractor supply carries it.

7/16 in. x 100 ft. Braided Polyester Rope is a flexible, abrasion and UV resistant rope. This rope can be stored wet or dry and is resistant to oils, most chemicals, rot and mildew.

White with Red

Diamond braid. Flexible, abrasion resistant, some stretch, UV resistant

Can be stored wet or dry. Resistant to oils, most chemicals, rot & mildew

To cut the rope, I use a wood-burning tool, but just cut it and then melt the ends using a lighter or a candle.

Tractor Supply also has reels of rope so you can buy the specific number of feet you need.

Valerie Curren

That’s great info–thanks.

We had the same clothesline for Many Years Up North. It was some type of multi-strand cord w/ a white outer coating that looked like some type of rubberized plastic. It had broken & been retied multiple times. It also had a section where all but a few of the strands had frayed through, where I was convinced that the next break would happen Eventually, for it looked like that for some years.

Well this past Summer I was hanging a decent load of laundry when the line decided to snap. However it was Not at that extremely narrowed place but around one of the 2 tree trunks the triangular line wrapped around.

I set up a temporary “re-hang” of the existing line using clothespins & knots & winding the loose ends through our seasonal “roof” tent structure adjacent to the clothesline area.

Before I could get the owner’s approval of a new clothesline system my brother had already managed to put up another, hopefully better, clothesline, using the same aerial “footprint” as the existing line.

Hopefully this fix will also last for many years to come. It only gets used May-September but remains outside year-round & that is in the snowbelt of the Lower Peninsula so gets lots of snow/ice & bitter cold…

When we used to live there (my husband & I & eventually our first child) during the Winter we’d hang our laundry inside the Cottage. There was a wood stove in the kitchen/dining area then. That very dry heat would quickly dry the clothing & the extra humidity was beneficial to all who lived there. Plus the fresh laundry smell enhanced the ambiance for some hours. Good Times!

Gail Combs

Given what Bye-Done plans for us, this not a bad idea to at least have the minimum tools on hand.
LEHMAN’S OWN LAUNDRY HAND WASHER WITH LAUNDRY WRINGERONLY $1,099.00 (A friend wants one, actually she wants the two tub system.)
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Too much money?

THE LAUNDRY POD MANUAL COMPACT WASHER — $89.99
or

LEHMAN’S GALVANIZED WASHBOARD — $37.99
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and

LEHMAN’S BEST HAND WRINGER — $269.00comment image

or

HAND-POWERED SPINNING CLOTHES WRINGER — $191.99comment image

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

This is what my friend wants and has used before. She says it gets the clothes nice and clean.
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singingsoul1

I have the buckets and the stand but not the wringer 🙂 I paid $18 at a flea market.

singingsoul1

I have been at Lehman’s is a super place. So many gadgets I love gadgets have more than any sane person should have 🙂

Gail Combs

Yeah! Hubby has to drag me out of hardware stores and feed stores. You can not GET me into a dress shop… Well he dragged me in one time 30 years ago. 😋

singingsoul1

My husband drags me into dress stores and buys me more than I can wear. He partly color blind and forever picks out clothe I should wear. Normally I buy one of the thinks he likes.
Never let him shop on his own. That is the only time I am not telling the whole truth how he put himself together 🙂

Gail Combs

Thank goodness, between working in a lab and now on a farm, I have not needed much in the way of dresses. I have gone with some VERY GOOD CLASSIC suits and fancy blouses.

I really dislike most of the styles I have seen in the last decades and I really do not care what others think. So I go with what looks good on me and not the latest ‘style’

singingsoul1

I agree with one finds seldom appealing clothe.
I go back what I have in my closet from years ago 🙂
In my house I wear leggings so comfortable . Going out mostly pants and tops and sweaters.
Less dresses since most are tolerable. Covid is a blessing do not shop in store if I need something to to Internet like sales 🙂

GrammyInD

I still have the antique doll clothes wringer my mom got once for my oldest daughter. Couldn’t get a pair of jeans through it, but it would work for some things.

Aubergine

Oh, I don”t know, could be a good thing. Some actual hard work might do a few millennials I know some good!

Gail Combs

Klaus Schwab???

Suposedly the ‘mother’ of his philosophy is Barbara Marx Hubbard (born Barbara Marx; December 22, 1929 – April 10, 2019) this according to one of the videos I watched or Hubby’s comment…

From WIKI:

Her name was placed in nomination for the vice-presidency of the United States on the Democratic ticket in 1984, and at which convention she gave a speech upon being nominated…

Hubbard’s views on human population, specifically depopulation, are morally repulsive to many, but are widely held in academia as the solution to climate change, global poverty, etc. She succinctly explains the philosophy of those that want to enslave and destroy certain human populations.

“One-fourth of humanity must be eliminated from the social body. We are in charge of God’s selection process for planet Earth. He selects, we destroy. We are the riders of the pale horse, Death.” ~ Barbara Marx Hubbard

“This act is as horrible as killing a cancer cell. It must be done for the sake of the future of the whole. So be it: be prepared for the selection process which is now beginning. We, the elders, have been patiently waiting until the very last moment before the quantum transformation, to take action to cut out this corrupted and corrupting element in the body of humanity. It is like watching a cancer grow; something must be done before the whole body is destroyed… The destructive one fourth must be eliminated from the social body.” ~ Barbara Marx Hubbard

Barbara Marx Hubbard – humanitysteam.org

…. In the 1970s she started speaking at futurist conferences about her findings and soon became a sought-after contributor in the movement. This resulted in her greater involvement in speaking at, and then creating, her own conferences. As her passion grew, Barbara dedicated her life to the consciousness movement that believed in the potential today’s humans had for achieving a better society and came up with the concept of “birthing” a new humanity. In 1998, Barbara Marx Hubbard wrote and published a successful book entitled Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential, which expounded on her futurist ideas about creating a better society and what the conscious mind could accomplish with an awareness of its power. Barbara went on to create several organizations, including the Committee for the Future, Women of Vision in Action, The Alliance for the Advancement of Conscious Evolution, as well as 7 others….

During her life, Barbara Marx Hubbard helped accelerate the momentum of modern futurism with a body of work that ensured her ideas continued long after she was gone…

She later co-chaired a number of Soviet-American Citizen Summits and introduced a new concept called “SYNCON” to foster synergistic convergence with opposing groups. In addition to her Foundation for Conscious Evolution, Barbara Marx Hubbard co-founded the World Future Society, and the Association for Global New Thought. 

Hubbard was greatly respected by her peers. Deepak Chopra called her, “the voice for conscious evolution.” And spiritual author Neale Donald Walsch, lauded her in a biography entitled, The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of YOU. 

In addition to writing a wealth of well-received books and being a sought-after speaker in symposiums around the world, Barbara Marx Hubbard’s ideas were also featured in three documentary films (see below). In conjunction with the Shift Network, Hubbard co-produced the worldwide “Birth 2012” multimedia event.

Sweetheart isn’t she?

And more info from an old friend @ Farm Wars
The New World Order – Doing God’s Work by Killing the Bad Seed

EllieLA

What a vile creature this woman sounds like! I can’t call her a human – just pure evil.

Gail Combs

NASTY PSYCHOPATH!!!

Deplorable Patriot

God said be fruitful and multiply, not limit yourselves to just the number you feel you can handle and that would be convenient to you.

pgroup2

It’s a good thing that God didn’t limit the number of humans that were ‘convenient’ to Him.

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Please

Wow, that second BMH quote!

She is thinking she is describing us as a cancer that must be removed, yet she is describing her own tribe, the cabal/elitists who must be removed as the cancer they are on this earth.

LET’S GO BRANDON!

wowohwow1528

Well .. if she’s such a hoity toity purist then she would have committed suicide!!
You know the old Roman upper class, take a potion relax/move the blood through the veins then with a sharp knife (like the song from The Wizard of Oz) OPEN OPEN OPEN

wowohwow1528

Hubbard fell ill with knee swelling on April 3, 2019, and was taken to Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colorado to receive treatment. She was later sent to the hospital emergency room. 
On April 6, a doctor reported that she hadn’t woken from treatment easily and her condition continued to worsen. 
On April 8, Hubbard expressed that she was preparing … to leave.[15]

Her daughter Alexandra Morton is a marine biologist and her sister Patricia Ellsberg is the wife of Pentagon Paperswhistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.[16]

…. Nope didn’t die Roman style … nope

smiley2

creep-o-genesis

smiley2

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toss him in !
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Dora

He looks like he just stepped out of a James Bond movie.

What a creepy man!

wowohwow1528

Scary Spice … 😫

GA/FL

Bet the jerk dry-cleans his suits – and those chemicals are more dangerous than phosphates in laundry detergent.

I don’t use the dryer, except for towels, socks, underwear. I hang and air dry most of my clothes to cut down on wear, tear, electricity.

Aubergine

Lol, me, too!

My “dryer” for most of the year is the rails on my canopy bed!

Deplorable Patriot

Uh, no. Then we’d all end up smelling like Europeans. In Europe. Talk about ripe, some of them.

singingsoul1

I am biting my tong and my lips  🙄 

singingsoul1

Good choice 🙂

Gingersmom2009

You’re not just kidding. Bidets everywhere you go. How about you just take a 2-minute shower for God’s sake. 🙄

singingsoul1

Still have one of those wash boards can do my wash in 🙂 Or maybe cook white wash the way they do in Europe 🙂

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GrammyInD

A washboard is one of the last few things on my list to get for whatever emergency (blackout) may be coming 😁 

para59r

You can likely still find wood ones (the way they are supposed to be) in Asian food stores.

GrammyInD

TY!

singingsoul1

I inherited mine from husband’s mother and I liked them and kept them just in case 🙂

Aubergine

I have heard that you will never get a whiter shirt than from a European.

singingsoul1

That is right and sheets and underwear 🙂
Also never a cleaner house and side walk.
People wash kitchen floor and bathroom every day. They are very clean people.

Aubergine

We have this thing in America about body odor. We cover up natural human scents with deodorants and perfumes, and wash our clothes every time they’re worn. Europeans generally don’t, and Americans think they smell. It’s a cultural difference.

Also, people’s diets make them smell different, too.

I always laugh at the American women swooning over the show “Outlander.” They wouldn’t last ten seconds in a romantic embrace with an eighteenth century Highlander without running away from the smell of him!

singingsoul1

Yes to much deodorant one does not need. Soap and water takes care of that and the more people perfume the more they have to cover with more they have to perfume.
Also using cloth dryer sheets and all the stuff people put in rinse water creates skin problems.
People always ask me why my skin is so good simple never used make up do not wash all the oils out of my skin use rose water as astringent use herbal oils and sometimes moisturizer. Never to much to sag the skin.
Use for towels and underwear non deodorant soap in the wash machine and rinse all wash twice. Sometimes I use vinegar in rinse water to get all soap out.
I have clothe for 30-40 years looking like new.
I grew up in Germany have been in Scotland and people do not smell different than most American people.
My mother used to douse herself with perfume lost total sense what healthy human being smells like.

Aubergine

The only people I have ever smelled who seemed very different were Italians, and I honestly think that was because of diet.

I make my own face cream using flowers and herbs I grow, with grapeseed oil and beeswax. It’s very nice, and moisturizing. I don’t wear makeup, either. The other day, I was taken to be my fourteen-year-old granddaughter’s Mom!

I keep my clothes forever, too.

singingsoul1

The Italians seems to be the garlic that sweats through the skin. I know some people they consume gobs of garlic and yes they smell garlicky.
Good for you to me taken as your grand daughters mom 🙂

Aubergine

🙂

Gail Combs

“…they smell garlicky….” Which helps to keep mosquitoes away. That is thought to be the origin of the garlic keeps away vampires myth.

singingsoul1

Yes 🙂

Gail Combs

Germany, when I lived there was much, much cleaner than the USA. NO LITER and as you say, the sidewalks were washed in front of each house.

singingsoul1

I know people scrub their sidewalk. I am sure when I work 8 hours in summer in my garden on the hill and schlep big bags around at the end I am smelly 🙂
That is what the shower or bathtub are for. Also clean cloth 🙂

Gail Combs

I have a shower a few steps from the back door. The architect could not figure out why I wanted a shower DOWN STAIRS next to the washer and dryer. 🤓

singingsoul1

What a good idea .
We looked at a house it was a builder who had his shower by the back door before one comes into the house. I like that idea. Smart women you are 🙂

singingsoul1

I guess the guys have to wear Lederhosen . Maybe they have knee high for winter  😎  😋 

GrammyInD

My husband grew up wearing Lederhosen (East Germany). He says they weren’t really “broken in” yet until they could stand by themselves! 😂 

singingsoul1

So they say 🙂

Gail Combs

My leather work gloves are like that. You have to wear them A LOT before the leather softens enough to be comfortable. Same with saddles. New ones are a real pain in the rump. 🤓🙃😜

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wowohwow1528

Sigh, 😞🤚😑 … tsk tsk tsk … 🙄😑😣

TradeBait2

Guess I’m going to have to wash a few more loads of clothes today to make up for the sheeple. May even wash some that have already been washed to make sure.

slowcreekno

Happy Monday

Merry Christmas (continued, today is the 3rd day). It is still on.

There are some variations as to when it is supposed to end. At least until the 13th day, there is also tradition for the 20th day. Another indicator would be when the church nearby removes their Nativity display. Or when most of the lights on the houses go off — these usually stay on throughout January. Finally there’s this old song text implying that Christmas lasts all the way to Easter.

Highlander1716

Thank you Wolfie—–my goodness, all that talent put to use to keep us all of us Treepers informed and up to date—you.da.best. I am eternally grateful for you and this site.

Christmas blessings everyone! L

Gail Combs

Dr Steven Hatfill has a website. His latest article:

The Facts for Parents Concerned with Vaccinating Their Young Children for Covid-19

His impressive Bio is here: DR. STEVEN HATFILLPHYSICIAN, VIROLOGIST & BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS EXPERT
If you need a one stop shop to convince someone I would recommend this article & Bio.

Gail Combs

Thank Steve Bannon at the War Room. He had Dr Hatfill on and they gave the site so I had to check it out.

cthulhu

I’m going out on a limb here to guess that she has never heard of the “Streisand Effect”….

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/brigette-macron-takes-legal-action-suppress-rumor-shes-transgender

Gail Combs

SNICKER….

Nothing like keeping the story up front and center.

Cuppa Covfefe

I always wondered why Macaroons came in rainbow colors 😆
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smiley2

take a swig…
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and watch what happens…

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shall I go on ?

Gail Combs

FauXi looks like 1/2 his lower jaw is filled with gold.

Aubergine

Uh, oh. He accidentally showed us what he really is:

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GA/FL

NEVER FORGET – DIDIER RAOULT IS RATED #1 in Communicable Diseases – http://expertscape.com/ex/infectious+disease  (Fauci is #38)

Gail Combs

We have some REAL HEROES in this undeclared war and Didier Raoult is one of them.

GA/FL
trumpismine

no comment
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TheseTruths

The enemy was clearly defined then. Not so much today, for some people.

Gail Combs

You just can’t make this stuff up!

CNBC: Jack Dorsey blocked by Marc Andreessen on Twitter after …

4 days ago: Jack Dorsey has been blocked on Twitter, the social media platform he co-founded, by renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen….

Aubergine

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

*deep breath*

AHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

FU @Jack!

Gail Combs

Now you have me laughing again. 🙃

Aubergine

Thanks for posting it. I’ll giggle all day.

Cuppa Covfefe

One bad apple (or traitor) deserves a great tune.
Hit the road, Jack!…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq80fW90laE

Aubergine

Yeah!

smiley2

the crypto Metaverse !

Barbados..
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BARBADOS : First Diplomatic Embassy To Open In METAVERSE

article…

https://www.technocracy.news/barbados-first-diplomatic-embassy-to-open-in-metaverse/

12/22

When Barbados (pop. 287, 370) opens its next embassy anyone (almost) on the planet can knock on its door !

the diplomatic compound is being built in…

 👉  Decentraland

…an on-line world.

or….

metaverse.

accessible through a computer…and…a virtual reality headset..

 👉  a “plot” of virtual real estate in Decentraland recently sold for $2.45 million.

 👉  3D virtual clothing is being sold by Gucci, Dior and Ralph Lauren.

 👉  this is a crypto asset …a trillion dollar opportunity !

watch the video.

I really don’t get it.

but it’s happening.

this so-called Decentraland is, apparently, a crypto community concept….

Decentraland…

link…

https://decentraland.org/

it has a marketplace…

link…

https://decentraland.org/blog/

smh

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Gail Combs

It is part of the Transhumanism movement that Joe Allen has been documenting.

The Transhuman Roots of the Metaverse – by Joe Allen
Joe is part of Bannon’s War Room.

smiley2

yes I am well aware of the transhumanism movement, thank you.

technocracy news…the link I posted…comes into my inbox, daily.

what I don’t get is the crypto metaverse …and virtual reality.

plse don’t try to explain it.

my mind just doesn’t work that way.

I am too reality-based.

and really don’t even give a shit about trying to understand it except to the extent of its agenda.

I highly recommend this site to you…

link…with article…

https://www.technocracy.news/day-5-the-fitting-of-technocracy-and-transhumanism/

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Gail Combs

A BIGGER TRAP for people who are already psychologically dependent on their Ipads.

smiley2

I’m an old school luddite, and proud of it.

I’d rather do this…
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…than drive a car, any day, anywhere, any time.

I detest most machinery.

and I’m getting more so with time.

crypto metaverse ? LOLOL  😴  👎  😩 

 👉  admittedly, a lot of my animosity towards cars might also be due to having lived in southwest Florida for 20 years of Winter Season traffic..
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I do appreciate vintage cars, however.

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smiley2

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sweet  👍 

Dora

That’s a beauty! Love the color.

smiley2

butter yellow vintage cars are also nice.

TheseTruths

3D virtual clothing is being sold by Gucci, Dior and Ralph Lauren.

I don’t understand this. It’s not real, right? So what is the point? It seems like madness to me.

smiley2

exactly.

Gail Combs

YES!

pgroup2

I have some tulip bulbs for sale. Make me an offer.

Cuppa Covfefe

Anyone remember IBM’s “Second Life”?

Here’s a pdf about the history of that. Seems IBM has been ahead of this curve (Infotainment, etc.), but not really noticed in the MSM, with them thinking that IBM only made room-sized computers of tubes, relays, core memory, and hundreds, if not thousands, of miles of wire…

https://venturebeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/firepit_to_forbidden_city_final.pdf

Cuppa Covfefe

Isn’t Barbados near Epstein Island???

Virtual trafficking apparently will be the first business set up…

Probably NXIVM will be there too…

pgroup2

Does anybody remember Second Life? Great idea except it doesn’t work. Well, it works but it’s much more rude and tasteless than 4chan or reddit.

I asked my son why. His answer? Flying penises. Apparently, there’s no grownups in that life and there likely won’t be any in cryptoland.

cthulhu

OK, so….why was I mucking around with bringing the Pi 400 up-to-date when I have plenty of other problems?

As it turns out, I found something online that sounded so weird I needed to see it to believe it.

So, here you go…..

There is a well-known program called “DOSbox” which allows you to run old DOS programs [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DOSBox ]. Microsoft ended their compatibility modes back in 2006, so DOSbox could intially run older MSDOS programs under Windows. Like every other odd widget, it soon became readily available under Linux — and also made it to macOS.

I happen to have an old copy of Railroad Tycoon that I use for various purposes on various systems (including wasting copious amounts of time). It’s an MSDOS game written for the IBMPC, but (of course) it could run on IBM AT’s and compatibles and 80386’s running Windows 95……

But I kept seeing hints that DOSbox could emulate an MSDOS environment on non-Intelesque hardware.

And I can now attest that you can run Railroad Tycoon in DOSbox on a Pi 400 — which uses a quad-core ARM system with no Intel at all. And that’s DOSbox out of the Raspbian [bullseye] repo. I’ve only POC’d it, so I haven’t checked for any corner cases where it might blow up, but the documentation that initially engaged my curiosity seemed to indicate that it should be pretty solid — and it appears to be.

So old skul software like the original Myst, or “You Don’t Know Jack”, previously thought to be bound to 8088/8086 hardware and system modes long forgotten…..can live again on ARM.

pgroup2

But can it do my laundry?

Dora

Bergoglio unmasks himself, by denying Pensions to no-Vaxx Vatican employess
.

https://www.fromrome.info/2021/12/26/bergoglio-unmasks-himself-by-denying-pensions-to-no-vaxx-vatican-employess/

Deplorable Patriot