Fact Check: Polio Vaccines, Tetanus Vaccines, and the Gates Foundation

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A listener writes in to lament that The Corbett Report is spreading false facts about Bill Gates in Who Is Bill Gates? . . . at least, according to the fact checkers. But are they right? Don’t miss today’s important edition of the Fact Check series where James teaches a master class in how to examine a “fact check” and how to tell whether a claim is supported by the evidence or not.

Who Is Bill Gates?

Fact Check: Were 496,000 Children In India Paralyzed Between 2000 & 2017 From “Bill Gates Polio Vaccine”?

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25 years on, rumour by US anti-contraceptive organisation still damages tetanus vaccine programmes

The Catholic Church in opposition to the tetanus vaccine saying it as a population control tool

Discussion: How Catholic Church undertook a testing exercise on tetanus vaccine

Doctors who blew the whistle over tetanus vaccine grilled by medical board

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  1. You could also mention the r and p #s in the studies. Here’s an overview of what they mean.

    Correlation coefficient [r] and p-values: what they are and why you need to be very wary of them

    (note, i am not a statistician and have only a weak understanding of what these terms mean, but enough to know they’re meaningful. This source and the info in it look relatively decent but there may be better sources)

    • I’ve had a lot of statistics-classes quite some time ago so I’m a little rusty and theoretically I could be wrong, but just off the top of my head I’d say that:

      the p-value has to be smaller than 0.05 for the study to be considered statistically significant. This means that the chance that the null-hypothesis (that there is no correlation) is being rejected is less than 5%. In short: p<0.05 means the study is considered statistically significant.

      The lower p-value is, the more the study is considered statistically significant. So p<0.01 is more significant than p<0.05, and p<0.001 is extremely significant.

      The correlation coefficient [r] is a number between -1 and 1, meaning that r=1 is a perfect correlation, r=-1 is a perfect negative correclation, and r=0 is absolutely no correlation.

      I write this down to make an easy shortcut for people, but anyone reading this should better verify the meaning of the statistics-numbers for him/herself and for a better understanding people could check out the link provided above by littlebird.

      • Being a history major, your explanation terrified me!

        • Totally get it. The history of the future is going to be bizarre. Not natural, not organic And maybe not of this world. Too bad, but for the misfits, it could be a paradise.(in my opinion, of course) you do the research?

  2. James is onto a loser here, in the information war between a mother and her son.

    He is a winner many times over in giving factual information to people who are sleepily starting to wake up. He is there for people when they start to question things, and of course for those who are already awake.

    But for people like France’s son, who are clearly pushing back on the “truth” – maybe they find it too scary, and they just want to retreat into the faux safety of their virtual blinkered world – having the real facts spelled out to them in detail will just make them retreat more.

    I don’t want to be depressing. I’m just feeling a bit exasperated.

    There are so many facts about the injustices of the Gates Foundation that they have built up to a crescendo in the independent media, to the extent that if I so much as mention the word “Gates” to a “normie” – even one who is starting to wake up – the eyes start to dart around and the subject is quickly changed, because any mention of Gates’s name in a negative context puts me into the “rabidly bug-eyed conspiracy nut” category.

    They immediately start thinking “Oh no, she’s going to start raving on about Bill Gates now”.

    This is what we’re up against.

    The fact that France is “having to apply scrutiny” to James’s reports could actually be a great thing, because once you start actively digging into this information, the facts speak for themselves. But people have to come to this of their own volition. That is the battle we have to win.

    • I don’t think the task is as hard as you may think…

      I don’t think it will be long now before all we will need to do is wake up the survivors, the normies will only require a good burial!

      • Buzzards gotta eat just as much as worms.

        I don’t think it is negative thinking though. It’s just the nature of our reality. So many “grownups” in their 40s and 50s spend all their spare time watching TV, playing video games, etc.
        You can tell everything you need to know about someone by three things. 1- what they spend their time on. 2-what they pay attention to. 3- what they spend their money on. That will tell you what they think is important. And most come up short. Very short.

        • As long as the Buzzards are quick. I image the smell of denormalizing normies would not be pleasant. I agree that addiction to electronic entertainment is a major problem with a lot of people.

          • Stole that line from The outlaw josey Wales. Paraphrase anyway. My number 2 favorite western of all time. The new 3:10 to Yuma being number 1. Not that I’ve seen either in ten years.

      • Being a non-history major, your explanation terrified me!

      • That’s Minnie, thank you?

        • I caught the drift.
          Like your humor and validation of Minnie’s comment.

          • Well, It’s also my wife? I need someone to talk to in “these difficult times” before the “ new normal” Makes me think dark thoughts, not about my wife!!!! Just don’t like the damned slogans Still Minnie sounds like a KEEPER!!!

    • You are not alone Minnie. I experience the exact same thing from people in the US, and also from people in Europe.

      People refuse to have conversations. Reasoning is out of the window. Ideology and belief reign.

      I am wondering if it has to do with political orientation, or not. Undeniably, many of us are victims of cognitive dissonance.

      Sometimes, or rather quite often, I feel that I am living in the midst of lunatics…

  3. There’s this from this morning’s news:

    I’ve been trying to find out if the so-called “field hospitals“ that were opened last spring are still up as buildings. Are these going to be vaccination centers? Does anybody know anything about this?

  4. The official fact checkers and “skeptic” websites are
    mainly promoting bullshit.
    They all use logical fallacies. Usually ad-hominem
    and strawman constructions.

    A really sad thing is that many smart people think that it is
    normal to use logical fallacies.
    I noticed that most scientists are even unable to spot logical fallacies.

    There is some great fact checking done by YT channel Peak Prosperity
    on the Hydroxychloroquine studies and the Laboratory origin.
    The Highwire is also great on some fact checking.

    • Don’t forget Medcram.com:

      They seem to have an outstanding series on the coronavirus and how it works. They cover hydroxychloroquine as well. Only a few days ago I started looking at hem more seriously and I have only followed a a number of lectures (5 or 6) since then but I must say that it looked very good to me.

      • Look up andreas kalcker and chlorine dioxide???

    • Do you have a source for “…most scientists are even unable to spot logical fallacies.”? :/

      • Just look at any “skeptic” dealing with a controversial topic.
        They usually start with ad-hominem and creating a straw-man.

        I have been working on controversial topics for almost all my life,
        and found some very interesting stuff.

        You probably know how 9/11 is dealt with.
        Or climate change.
        The “skeptic” first starts with the idea that it is impossible.
        This is done by a straw-man.
        Like: It is impossible to demolish a building so quickly.

        And then tells you how stupid it is to believe that it is otherwise.
        Like: There is a plane, so the plane must have brought down the building.

        They do not look at the arguments and evidence first.
        Nor do they take any witnesses or experts in that field seriously.
        They start with a fixed mind set. And with their limited conceptual
        skills they present a fantasy picture that fits in their minds.

        Even Richard Feynman, who pushes for logic and the scientific
        method, breaks it when he talks about things that he does
        not know.
        So he easily claims that particles go backwards in time.
        But he does not accept that UFOs may exist, because we have no clue of how they might work. In a lecture he even tells that it is stupid to think that it may be possible.
        So even great scientists use logical fallacies.

        Both he and Einstein made a great contribution, but also a great
        error by assuming that force-fields are particles. Later they
        became virtual particles. And later these particles are made of
        fields, but with all kinds of dimensions and some
        even add multiple worlds or super-dimensional strings.
        This is all based on the logic basis of that the “force-particle”
        is real.
        But one can already refute that idea with a simple experiment.

        But because it breaks with the whole foundation of theoretical
        nonsense, it is never looked at. I tried to discuss this
        experiment with some scientists, but get banned each time
        for just bringing up the idea that a force-particle does not exist.

        What I do see is that these super-strings and/or fields may appear
        at a much earlier stage, with no particles.
        And they they can be worked with in experiments.
        But as Planck states: “Science progresses with each Funeral”

        • I still remember when the world’s greatest astrophysicists decided we live in a multiverse. They decided this because they believed the only other alternative was there is a God. And they didn’t want there to be a God. They said this even. Of course, they were just kicking the can down the road as one of those multiverses is going to have a God. I’m not the smartest person in the world, at least I hope not, but I’m way over their heads.

          • I see where their ideas come from, and why they are wrong.
            But they want proof in Mathematics, not in
            basic logical thinking.
            If only they listened to Einstein: We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

            • In this case, they didn’t even want that. They just refused to believe in a God. On the whole though, I agree with you. And as all languages have their limits, so does mathematics. What are the formulas for love, wonder, etc?

        • Here are some examples

          Science vs. Philosophy with Dr. David Lindley
          Quinn and Micky are finally going live with scientists on Earth. Today they sit down with Dr. David Lindley, an astrophysicist and former editor at Nature and Science magazines and author of the books “The End of Physics” and “The Dream Universe.”

          Foreground Removal – How PLANCK Dusted the Galaxy!
          One of many Videos on the Cosmic Radiation Background
          The Planck satellite had the best observational data.
          Robitaille explains how the Planck team removed observed data,
          added noisy data, and modified the data to fit their conclusions.
          So their conclusion is unscientific, and it is far more likely that there is no background radiation from a big bang.

          Generally, my experience is that different fields of science
          are stuck in a theoretical dogma, and can not get out of it.
          The system of scientists and the way they keep each other in
          check, is preventing the change of these theories.

          And then we have corrupt scientists. Usually they are not evil,
          but are stuck in an evil system that is using them.
          In good faith, people can do evil things.

  5. I have to question the premise that France is even genuine here. One thing I like about this site is the community is a lot more educated than your average Alex Jones crowd member (sorry fans of him). James has been hyperlinking and transcribing his docos for years now and Pilato in their meet up mentions every single week that ‘everything we say is linked below’ Is it really plausible that a member of the community would not go straight to the reference provided before being utterly convinced by such crude and sloppy fact checks as these? Maybe Im naive and i guess theres a wide range of members here. But maybe also there are plants in the community seeking to have their ear on the ground of credible info providers and stir up things when opportunity presents itself. Interested in others thoughts here. Cheers

    • I did not question her motive for a second and would have totally gone for the second (charitable) motive James proposed for her informant, who told ‘ah, debunked’.
      There are tons of different people with different approaches.
      Maybe the via politifact article was just glossed over and all what was important/relevant for that moment: it was debunked.
      I also had been made aware of problems with the claim Gates bad because of HPV issue and the India issue by a video beforehand and was thinking about commenting/asking here too. But I also listened extra closely at those moments and recognized that those were small parts in James documentary and e.g. he didn’t include the claims about 7 deaths (apparently all wrongfully attributed) and was careful and non sensationalist.

      That said, there are so many links every time,
      I doubt a lot are read.
      On minds a link was wrong with the transcript last time but here it was correct. It wasn’t pointed out on minds, so one specific link was not read. As an anecdote.

      gonna search now that guide 9tH commented about

    • We’ve had several Nazis here. James puts out a lot of information, and it’s not always easy for people to really understand it all. I’m not saying France is ignorant, because she’s not. An ignorant person would never have written that email to him. But perhaps she’s not educated to the extent that many of the commentators are educated. Or has a busy life which doesn’t revolve around the Corbett Report. Which would affect her ability to spot nuances, especially if she hadn’t received any training in it.
      I admit, as I am exhausted by my adventures in navigating flood plains and such, that I didn’t spot any fallacies. Had I been rested, it would have been a different story. Perhaps the same is true for her. At any rate, she gave the amount that is the equivalent of two years of subscribing from me. I give to a number of people and my “foundation” is a tad smaller than Gates. So I commend her. But there is reason for your concern.

      • Yah, It takes a little practice, to detect the language, to know the source, to do the research, (to follow the money, always) to detect the smell of BS. I think ultimately, when you know what it smells like, you go with your gut. BUT NOT YOU, Guru. Only the accurate references and documentation.

        James, you are a SAINT. Thank for this lesson. We look forward to The Truth and how to defend it. (Don’t let these compliments go to your head.) May FREE HUMANITY, in all its incredible diversity, survive this desperate assault.

        • Of course we also have to choose what we’ll dig into as well. Not to mention where we dig. Otherwise we’d be full-time diggers. Just about everything we know has turned out to be a lie. But freedom WILL win out.

    • I find the question quite plausible. People have a tendency not to read too much into many aspects of the presented information and for a good reason. Two good reasons, a) you would die of hunger because all you would be doing would be following rabbit holes and b) you’d go insane. So while I appreciate when James says that we need to follow through on information passed on, I usually manage to do that only with a sliver of presented information.

      • I pretty much do the same. There are themes at play that stand out once you look at it all.

    • Yes. References. Always do your own search, as per James constant reminder

  6. what was the official response to the argument that only women and girls in fertile age were vaccinated?

    • By “debunking” the straw man argument, they didn’t need to. It’s really quite ingenious. Have to hand it to them. Propaganda has really stepped up its game.

  7. Defending France’s son

    I want to bring up something which points to human nature, and how it relates to moving forward.

    The quick retort by France’s son is not uncommon.
    I certainly have been guilty in the past of trying to debunk something about which I knew nothing.
    There is often a tendency in humans to have a “I am right. You are wrong.” response.
    Even in the course of just living life, this subconscious thrust seems to be part of human nature.

    One solution which I have found to penetrating people’s fixed ideas, is to “Repeat the Message”.

    Sure…in the beginning, an individual can have all sorts of reactions… Angry, upset, disturbed, bored, apathetic, “make the message wrong”, “make the messenger wrong”, “make the source wrong”, etc.

    After hearing the message repeatedly from different angles, an individual often takes another look.

    Centuries ago, it took years for people to realize that the world was round.

    Anyway, my point is…
    By repeating the message with different approaches, we can gain ground.

    • Let me fact check your flat earth story. Some crazy old Greek came up with a remarkably close approximation of the CIRCUMFERENCE of the earth by stabbing a stick in the ground and watching its shadow. How that works, I have no clue. Until recently, flat earthers haven’t really existed. In the 1800s though, a rumor was circulated about a group saying they believed it in order to discredit them. It was just nonsense. Will I supply facts? No! I’m a fact checker! How dare you ask that!

        • I like to give Texans a hard time.

          • That’s why God made us.
            It’s in the Bible somewhere, but the Hebrews spelled it wrong.
            King James version: “Make thee fun of Texans with wine and dance. For God hath made them thar peoples for mirth and merriment.”

            Thomas Jefferson originally had it written in the Constitution that it was politically correct to poke fun at Texans, but someone erased it.
            This was actually the true cause of the Civil War.

            One thing I could never figure out though…
            How do folks easily spot me as a Texan?

            Everything above is FACT CHECKED.

            • Classified as double top secret!

    • I should have been a better student way back then but I wasn’t. So the indoctrination didn’t take all that well. But sailing a boat around a continent and across an ocean convinced me that the people who compiled the information in the nautical almanac and the folks who came up with instruments like the sextant knew the world is a globe.
      Cause I got where I was going. Wouldn’t have if the world was flat.

      Our perceptions are fallible. It is way easier to “see” the sun rise than to “see” the earth rotate.

      • Its the predictable behavior of the celestial bodies, not the physical representation of the globe that provides the proof. The data that is compiled in the almanac is based on that.
        I think of it this way. When I am sailing along below the equator somewhere and I take my sextant and measure precisely where the Southern cross is. Then I go below and fire up the single sideband radio and talk to a fellow cruiser 500 miles away from my position. We compare what we observe and discover that the constellation is right where its supposed to be and its position in the sky is changing in exactly in the way it was predicted to.
        If the earth were not a globe, this would not happen unless there were a Southern Cross created and programmed for each and every observer.
        And hell, I’m not about to rule anything out. This whole existence could be a computer program for all I know.
        I’m just saying that from my personal observations, the world ain’t flat.

        • Maybe I can make it simpler.
          Say that you have two ships sailing south together. In the middle of the night the Southern Cross starts to become visible just above the horizon as the North Star sinks into the sea behind them. And I can assure you that that is what happens. Now imagine that one of the ships turns and heads due west while the other continues south. To the ship headed west, the constellation will not continue to “rise”. While for the south bound ship, it will.
          That can only happen on a globe.

          • I have many friends who are pilots and have flown around the world. Not one hit the snowglobe cover.

    • Are you sure that the part of the land on which the lake in question is found is indeed supposed to be curved? I’m not sure anyone claims that the Earth is perfect sphere.

      • In like Flynn had the only accurate globe I’ve ever seen. A lumpy pear.

      • I do believe a flat surface would have the body of water sit flat on it. How wide this surface could be before bending would occur, that I don’t understand. On a small scale, water tries to hold level. On a large enough scale, I have to imagine water will start acting like a droplet.

        Regarding the large body of water appearing flat phenomenon, atmospheric refraction should be taken into account. I think it would be very interesting to do that experiment, where a pole in the middle of the test distance is put to gauge the curvature at the mid point.


        Regarding the atmosphere following Earth’s spin, lets imagine the Earth was rotating at given speed while the atmosphere (relatively to the outer space) was completely still. Obviously violent winds would erupt, initially. But would they last forever or would they subside as various layers of the atmosphere start following suit with the Earth’s spin?

        When you are riding a vehicle at given speed, the air in the vehicle is following wehicle’s suit and going at the same speed as the vehicle. If you turned on a fan in the vehicle, would it start blowing a breeze in the fan’s direction?

        If you put your hand out of the vehicle, you will meet the resistance of the air following suit of the much greater influence, Earth’s spin. Some air around the vehicle will briefly try to follow suit with the vehicle, but this effect will subside quickly, giving in to the much stronger effect of the Earth. Like the “slip stream” the race driver will attempt to exploit by getting very close to the vehicle in front.

        If it were not for that influence of the Earth’s spin and the air friction, why would a wind once it started ever stop? Speaking relatively to the Earth surface, of course.

  8. A few points to carry after James video.. he states ” don’t trust me, look it up yourself and do your own research!!”.. and there it is, in other words rather than clicking on the video , taking with you the main talking points, James wants you as well to get into ” investigative journalism”..which means not being lazy, which means working through, going to other sources or as in this video.. newspapers like ” The Hindu” or the archived videos on the KBN ( Kenya) etc..in otherwords stop being a non thinking lazy sheeple. Lastly Fact check the fact checkers.
    I have a genius brother in law that does the exact same nonsense to dismiss anything that does not align with his MSM worldview, and glibly rifles of his ” genius ” debunking” Fact Check links

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  10. Finally an American responce to Greta Thunberg.
    Thanks to Tony Heller Highwater.


    James this girl is channeling your satirical rants in a small way
    So its come to this. Having to debunk at every word now. There was a politician in NW Arkansas that had to do this very thing by his challenger, Bill Clinton. He changed his strategy to follow Bill at every stop and debunk all the lies Bill was spewing. He said it almost killed him but he was rewarded in the end by giving Clinton a rare defeat. If that is what needs to be you are following a winning strategy. I hope it doesn’t……

    • apparently it went viral on twatter before (I spare you a link)
      also, have you heard of the Anti Greta? (Naomi Seibt)
      I have my grievances with her, like usual, as I have with Judith Curry and Robert Spencer for example but far better than nothing

    • Good for the young lass. She doesn’t seem blissfully merry lol and I doubt she will ever be… she probably got into this whole deal a bit too young.

    • just …..why trump…
      i don’t get it
      yea, I don’t get wrestling either
      my neighbor’s hemorrhoids make more sense to me

  11. Great podcast! It’s very important to be able to go back and look at the source documents and see what was said. It’s also good to be able to use logic and have some grasp of how to scrutinize scientific studies. People can learn how on their own with a little effort.

    The way JC analyzes information and backs it up with sources is what drew me to the material and led me to re evaluate some of my opinions and beliefs. It’s very important to stay grounded in logical and
    what constitutes proof of claims when believing something.

    Also when providing evidence to someone it’s sometimes more effective to ask what they think of it and let them come to their own conclusions. And also to not be attached to waking someone up or convincing them.

  12. Yes, Apple And Google Have Given Us A Serious Contact Tracing Problem—Here’s Why

    Here’s your daily sickening article, thanks to Derrick Broze.

    The hard truth on contact-tracing is that it can be ruthlessly effective, but it requires rules and mandatory compliance, it requires a partnership between a government and its population to root out the virus, it requires access to intrusive data and surveillance technology to back-up people’s memories and the progress that can be made by simply placing calls or sending texts.

    The even harder truth is that when compliance is made optional, when the onus is on members of the public—on an almost unimaginable scale—to download an app, to follow its demands through likely repeated false alerts, to keep doing all that for many months, failure is almost certain. To make the tech work it needs to be mandatory. Tracers need access to the raw cellular location data, this needs to be cross-referenced with CCTV and other surveillance, and demands for quarantining or isolation need to be linked to rights to work and travel.

    • To make the tech work it needs to be mandatory.

      Tracers need access to the raw cellular location data,
      this needs to be cross-referenced with CCTV and other surveillance,
      and demands for quarantining or isolation need to be linked to rights to work and travel.

      • More and more of these media people are linking tracing acquiescence with rights to work and travel. I try to point that issue out, but it doesn’t look like people are very receptive.

        In other news, did you guys notice kind of a shift that has started taking over sometimes around the past Friday? Some of the EU talking heads started talking about how the economy can’t stand more of the Plandemic 1 so when and if Plandemic 2 hits, we’ll have to take a more deliberate approach and do basically what many have been calling for for the first “wave” (isolating the vulnerable only, mainly). I wonder what exactly is bringing on that change of narrative and what’s the end goal of shifting gears.

    • 99% of the people think as they’re told. We are statistically irrelevant. And our phones can be disposed. And it’s not that hard to “disappear”. Big brother has an army of incompetents.

      • I think you’re right ISS they have an army of morons dumbed down by all the brainwashing and fluoride and fake food. Their plan will fail for the majority of people with a working brain.

        • Working brain. Key phrase.

  13. Good point. To ensure the easy layup is all net. That ought to confuse anyone outside the US!

    • Not me I’ll say. Med Cram has (in my opinion) a certain odor

  14. Good. If you can’t win and can’t join them at least shut them up.

  15. Thank God for France’s son, rescuing his mom from the Corbett cult! Here’s some more advice (which was recently given to me): it’s really not healthy to dwell on such “conspiracies”. Rather, focus on things that are positive and make you happy. Lastly, when in Rome…yada yada yada.

    • You should also bury your head in the sand and bend over for any fortuitous passers by. Oh, a boon of happy days. I can almost see the Fonz in holographic 3D projection in my mind.

      • Yes, yes, that too. It’s much better if you just relax.

    • Yah….amerikas got talent..Yeh!!!

  16. The other day I recommended seemingly intelligent friend something Corbett and he told me you are Russian propaganda. That seems to be the standard, I recommended another friend who I also considered smart an Off-Guardian article and she told me it was also Russian, I think referenced by the great oracle Snopes. Either you are a commie or alt-right… They should make up their mind!

    • It’s kinda sad that instead of actually looking deeper into the material and evidence, they dismiss it because it’s easier to do that than to address what’s going on.

      I am very disappointed with the general public and even some “smart” friends of mine that unfortunately aren’t the critical thinkers I thought they were.

  17. I’m so glad I’ve watched this.

    I’ve studied hCG vaccines and Kenya thoroughly, went so far to acquire some articles not available online. Conclusion was, I hope this case won’t appear in bill gates documentary, there is not enough substance to be used.
    When I saw it been mentioned I was annoyed.
    Today I realized I was wrong. My Conclusion blocked me to grasp the exact wording when Kenya was mentioned. Actually, it’s 100% correct.

    Imagine, how many people have the same problem: their previous conclusions, suppositions prevent them to grasp actuality, substance, reality…
    About those, who supposedly need fact checkers: how 24/7 deceiving language massage influences them? What about their ability to see nuances?
    Once I’ve seen presentation how rhetorical capabilities of Potus degraded with time, man, once they were orators, today…..

    At 30:00 is director of laboratory in Kenya…
    What a meathead, ignoramus, how he is lying all(mf)over, deconstruction is needed

    First he is claiming there is a normal level of hCG in body. Yes, but just for women, to be precise!!!
    Crux of his expose is: their test is for blood and not suitable for something else, like vaccines. Yes, he might be right…but think carefully. Blood contains a lot of active substances, I mean a lot that could interfere with hormone tester, therefore the test must be very specific by default. Also, reliability of this tests is ok. Most probably it will detect hCG in other media too. And…drums…. most probably there was hCG compounded in tetanus vaccine.
    Still skeptical? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cKyPeDYh8w

    His argument is similar to tobacco industry case: you cannot prove cigarettes are harmful. What about beyond reasonable doubt paradigm?

    Biggest lie: “No proof of concept” for hCG-with-gain-of-function that is for non-ignorant people known as anti-hCG-tetanus vaccine.

    Anti-hCG vaccine has been developed and it passed second clinical trials in 1992, successfully.

    Phase 1
    “These trials have consistently demonstrated the lack of side-effects and reversibility of the vaccine. Biochemical and haematological parameters remained undisturbed by vaccination. Menstrual regularity was maintained [11-14]. Women kept ovulating normally as determined by hormonal levels and by endometrial biopsies.”

    (first time too long)

    • Phase 2
      “Women receive three injections of the vaccine at 6-weekly intervals as primary immunization; boosters are given as and when antibody titres decline below the presumptive threshold. Being the first efficacy trial of such a vaccine in humans, it was necessary to determine the requisite titres of antibodies for prevention of pregnancy. In the first instance, a level of 50 ng/ml bioneutralization capacity was fixed as the threshold for study. Women attaining antibodies above this level had their IUDs/non-hormonal contraceptives discontinued. As of February 1,1992, 642 cycles of exposure had been recorded. Only one pregnancy had taken place above the threshold. Fourteen women have been exposed continuously to the risk of pregnancy for 12 months and two have completed 19 months without becoming pregnant”
      Anti-hCG Vaccines are in Clinical Trials, G. P. TALWAR,…., 1992


      Occasionally I check James’ references. I rarely find mistakes.
      Reliability, trustworthy score: excellent.


      gates financed tetanus vaccines in Kenya!!

      • I find most doctors/scientists are so task specific that they are unable to see beyond the very narrow scope of whatever they’re butchering.
        As an aside, I think we’re well past the fact checker, conversion phase. If people can’t figure out we live in bizarro world by now, do we really want them on our side? I’d much rather focus on practical solutions to prepare for the inevitable. Only inevitable because so many refuse to think for themselves.

        • You are right about doctors/scientists, it’s called “reductionism” and can be a problem because a person’s head is so filled with minutia that the capacity to step back and look at the obvious or basic principles becomes more difficult. But this is not true for all doctors and scientists.

          I think that some people are hardwired to question authority and others aren’t and the ones who don’t will be the ones who lose. But perhaps it’s an evolutionary step for our species, even though it’s not a natural one. We are being faced with psychopathic plans and those who go along will be weeded out. Maybe better humanity will come out of this year from now.

          The people with better bullshit detectors will survive and their offspring will survive and humanity will improve. I don’t think the nasty planners are taking that into consideration but I think that they are actually planning their undoing. They have pushed the envelope too far this time, to think that everything will go according to plan, but things never go just as planned. I really think that this whole thing will backfire because enough people are questioning the bullshit.

          I see more and more unmasked people all the time. They know something isn’t right about all this “Covid” crap and are finally listening to that intuition, the spidey sense that says this is bullshit.

          • cu.h.j says:
            I think that some people are hardwired to question authority and others aren’t

            Over the years, I have noticed this also.

            • yes, people
              but we have formidable opponent, what a propaganda machine, VR machine, Goebels would be cumming nonstop, he wouldn’t be able to use the machine

              I think our Psychology General should make Take 2,
              directed by James, of course, with new perspectives in an era of big opportunities and challenges.

              Psychology General presentation

              That is my wet dream. I betting to be viral.

              • Corbett’s
                How to Herd Your Tax Cattle
                …and it’s called “Learned Helplessness”.

                A classic!

          • Another flaw of the state is that it is run largely by petty people who seek security and spend the majority of their time driving out competent people who they believe threaten their position. In other words, an army of incompetents. This extends to the military. I’d take a thousand to one odds on them any day. So easy to cause chaos in such a people. And no, I don’t consider myself a Rambo.

          • I see more and more unmasked people all the time.

            I’d get people are just getting lazy. Even if you had a horde of zombies running around, tearing people apart after some 3-4 months people would be like “so?” It’s a mixture of adjusting to the “normal” and getting bored and disinterested.

        • We should talk, i think.

          • Good to have doubts on talking to me. I’m sketchy. But never boring!

  18. June 23, 2020 – Tuesday 11am
    People were issued sanitizers, disinfectants and knee high boots because the BS was so deep.

    Dr. Fauci testifies in the hearing entitled: “Oversight of the Trump Administration’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

  19. I wish that people wanted to hear the truth. It’s so much scarier than a horror movie. Too much for the children among us.

  20. Jed,

    Some well-meaning people start out as wankers. I have been there myself. Someone told me something very simple in 2016 that my anger and efforts against the Trump election were misplaced and that a small number of “elites” were controlling the world.

    I don’t know why her words stuck with me, but I decided to check out what she was talking about and that’s when I found JC’s material and he presented things in a logical way with references. This made me want to learn more and research things on my own because I realized that I was being lied to.

    People sometimes just don’t know what they don’t know but if you give them some credible info they will look into it. It’s important to try to inform people, no push them because some people lack the capacity to change, but others do. It’s important to have allies and community to oppose what is going on.

    I don’t think France should argue with her son, if he wants to believe bullshit, let him but she can give him factual evidence once. If someone doesn’t respond to credible evidence once, it’s not worth your time.

    • These well meaning people are the reason why evil is allowed to flourish. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. And in redneck terms: That Tharp gator jest luvs it when you don’t see em. Ummm! He says we taste like chicken!

  21. Wonderful work James! Excellent job laying out the logical way to go about fact checking anything, especially something handed to you (like a fact checking website…)

    I think your observations at 42:46 is an important strike at the roots of our problems. The program of just accepting what someone says as “truth” without any personal investigation or discernment. Stopping there and not feeling the need to go further and collect any more knowledge. Unfortunately, foundations built on quicksand have become the norm which has promoted a reality of fear, uncertainty and trust issues.

    But how did we get here?? When and why did we stop thinking for ourselves? Melissa and Aaron Dykes of TSM had a on-point video about how these mind control programs have been baked into society for a llloooonnnnggg time, they just run without anyone realizing that they are even there or how they are effecting us and being used to control our reality. I think the only way we are going to win this information war is to wake up to the abilities and intentions of the powers that shouldn’t be and consciously, activity choose to stop their program. Opting out- you’ve been promoting that for years but I feel it’s more crucial than ever!

    Thank you for all your hard work!! I love your hyperlinked transcripts, I use them to quote you all the time when I send your info along!! I feel truly grateful to have you as a resource and honored to be part of the Corbett Report open source community <3 Thank you again for all you do!!


  22. Mama Liah says:
    I’m always so impressed about how elegantly you verbally navigate through your thoughts.

    Me too. I am very impressed. It is quite a skill.

  23. https://www.tomsguide.com/news/stimulus-check-2020-update-second-round-status-schedule-calculator-and-more

    On the morning monarchy yesterday, King James mentioned a second round of stimulus checks. In my fact checking zeal, I ducked it up. About halfway through it mentions this as a possible segue into UBI. Me? Since I have nearly everything I need, I’ll be stocking up on barter items like whiskey, battery banks, AA batteries, and weed. Ok, I won’t be bartering the weed!

  24. Thanks CR, this report was as useful as the “ Who is Bill Gates?” Kind of like a part”A” and part “B”.
    Information is great but not every one sees the information in the same way.
    Incompetent people don’t know they are incompetent, like wise dummies don’t know they are dumb.
    Did Lex Luthor see himself as a bad guy?
    One thing we will never see is a vaccine for cognitive dissonance.
    Thanks again, CR.

  25. https://news.gab.com/2020/06/24/then-they-came-for-christians-a-warning/

    Another scathing post by GAB. While I don’t use them, I enjoy their posts. Apparently, statues of Christ are under attack. Has a lot of interesting links. I don’t believe in religion, though I do believe in God. But I support everyone’s right to worship. Really getting tired of the Communist revolution. Pretty mad actually. Hope people have their gardens going and their guns loaded. We’re in for a wild ride.

    • The cancel culture crowd is proof of the power of stupid people in large groups.

  26. Slightly off topic, but how do you take notes and manage to keep so many things organized? Do you just create a bunch of folders with different labels? I have seen a lot of researchers recommend an app called “The Brain”.

  27. What a coincidence, look what just happened.

    Nisha Patel was the US Program officer at the Bill Gates Foundation. She oversaw 17 BILLION in Federal Grants & budget spending. Interesting how none of that is mentioned in the CNN article. Herself, her daughter, and a grandfather all drowned in their new pool. Three people drowning in a pool at once does not seem likely


    • I’ll be curious if anyone pulls the string on this.
      Of course, there are a lot of folks with the name “Patel”.

      The mystery deaths – Nisha Patel (US Program officer Bill Gates Foundation)

    • OK, this is a big slide down the rabbit hole but come on – this woman from the Gates Foundation drowns with her 8 year old son (and father-in-law) two months after Maeve Kennedy McKean, of PEPFAR drowns with her 8 year old son, which was 2 months after the Director of Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations for Sanofi Genzyme allegedly commits suicide/homicide by jumping off a commercial parking garage with her two children.

      I mean no disrespect but is there something in the water???

  28. Zika quit being a threat after a Japanese monsatan type company was implicated. Like instantly dead.

    • They must be overwhelmed there. Just so much for them to check. And I’ve heard most journalists are learning to code as well!

    • The very idea of using GMO skeeters is yet another proof of how ignorant and narrowly many scientists think. They think it’s just get rid of skeeters. It’s not. Just think of how many species would be eradicated, just from the ones that feed on mosquitoes. And those that feed on those predators. The food chain is incredibly complex and these priests of scientism are unbelievably crude and simplistic. Apparently, the notion of consequence doesn’t compute with them.

      • Yes# I am the gateway to the dark side! Thanks. And happy belated birthday to you as well. Though I guess you’re at the peak of sunshine and possibly unicorns as well!

      • I love you guys.
        (Not in the “drop the soap way”.)

        Again, Happy getting older day.

      • Debra, no reply on yours either. I’d never heard of that article before. Apparently, I can order the back issue though. Penthouse used to put out some good information back then. Though I bought it for the pictures!
        It also was called No Such Agency. Existence was even denied. Why? Muh freedoms! Bizzaro World needs better drugs if you ask me.

  29. I received the polio vaccine as a child some 60 plus years ago and immediately contracted polio and meningitis, resulting in a 3-month stay at the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Nairobi during which time is was not even conscious of my surroundings. I also remember the Tetanus scandal here, and that was very real.
    France and his son would do well to watch the documentary “Vaxxed” (available on BitChute) of the visual case studies of babies and young children regressed into an autistic state immediately following the MMR vaccine. Similarly, the horrific life long damage and trauma caused to teenagers resulting from the Gardacil (HPV) vaccine portrayed in “Vaxxed II” (currently a for rent video).
    The so-called anti vaxxers are just asking the questions: are these vaccines safe? Has there been a double blind testing done using placebos? The answer dear France Jr. And Sr. Is a deafening No. Factcheck, and similar sites, are purely there for damage control and produce no real evidence of anything.

    • Anecdote polio vaccine
      Thanks Fupi for sharing this.

  30. Interesting. What a mess!
    These technocrats are so numb to the adverse effects of their dictates.

  31. “ So, I was curious about whether it has any informational value?”

    About the Penthouse article. Would sure be interesting to read it.
    Is there anything you find extraordinary about it?

  32. This would seem to indicate that not all politicians are complete and utter bastards. Good for them. However, and hopefully, someone in the process will manage to realize how the system is supposed to work and why its working the way it is.

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