November Open Thread (2023)

by | Nov 5, 2023 | Articles | 269 comments

Hey, everyone. Remember my challenge at the end of “Context Is Everything“?

And here’s a challenge for the rest of you: how would you reframe the problem of the globalist technocratic conspiracy in a way that inspires people to take action and make changes in the world? Can you come up with an angle or a different narrative context that explains not just the problem but the solution in a simpler, more straightforward way than I’ve attempted here?

Well, at least one artist has taken me up on that challenge.

Specifically, Lasha Siegel (@lashasiegelarts on Instagram) responded with a triptych:

The first image is called “Ouroboros Mouse”:

The second image is called “The Gate and the World”:

And the third image is called  “The Turning Tide”:

Anyone else with any contributions?

UPDATE: Here’s a new contribution from Keith Cutter:

*ANOTHER UPDATE: Here’s yet another contribution, this time an image from Hank Black rendering my original suggestion from the Context Is Everything article:

*ANOTHER ANOTHER UPDATE: Here’s yet another another contribution, this time from dedicated Corbett Reporteer Charles Foster Kane of The Globalist Gazette:

Or, if not, perhaps you want to discuss the latest news? Commiserate over world events? Discuss solutions? Talk about art or music? Recommend a good outdoor activity for people to get people away from their screens?

Whatever the case, Corbett Report members are invited to log in and engage in discussion in the November Open Thread below.

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  1. [SNIP – No bare links in the comments, please. Please repost the link with a title and/or explanation of why people should be clicking on it. -JC]

  2. did we all see the speech of the war mongering Obama? “UBI”, “Climate change”, bright future in the hands of the “elite” “thought leaders”… such a tyrant, makes me sick.

  3. [SNIP – No bare links in the comments, please. Please repost the link with a title and/or explanation of why people should be clicking on it. -JC]

  4. Remember, remember the Fifth of November,
    The Gunpowder Treason and Plot,
    I know of no reason
    Why the Gunpowder Treason
    Should ever be forgot.

    Guy Fawkes, Guy Fawkes, t’was his intent
    To blow up the King and Parli’ment.
    Three-score barrels of powder below,
    Poor old England to overthrow;

    By God’s providence he was catch’d (or by God’s mercy*)
    With a dark lantern and burning match.
    Holla boys, Holla boys, let the bells ring.
    Holloa boys, holloa boys, God save the King!
    And what should we do with him? Burn him!

    • “…royals’ [elites’] use of false flag events to gin up public support for the persecution of their enemies…” J.Corbett,2022

    • this one makes me think of the ending of am old poem..

      “…Rise, like lions after slumber
      In unvanquishable number!
      Shake your chains to earth like dew
      Which in sleep had fallen on you:
      Ye are many—they are few!”

      There is something to be said about how context is everything if one just reads this particular section of the poem and then one goes and reads the entire poem and contemplates its historical context.

  5. PLEASE NOTE: I had to upgrade servers this weekend. Due to a lag between the data synchronization with the new server and the changeover in DNS, all comments for the past 15 hours or so (as of Nov 6 2:30 PM JST) have been lost. My sincere apologies for that. I do not anticipate any further disruptions now that the new server is online.

  6. A post by Paul Cudenec from Winter Oaks, A Yearning with No Name, brought to my attention that one of the problems we have in communicating with propagandized “normies” is the limitations of language.

    “If you defend truth, freedom and life, you risk being described as an “extremist”, a “reactionary”, a “nutter” or even a “terrorist”.

    “More likely, perhaps, is that you will be totally ignored, or that you will be summarily lumped in with others who don’t share your views, so as to contaminate your outlook.

    “But the most important thing from the system’s point of view is that you cannot be seen to be representing a coherent point of view that, in its own language, does not even exist.

    “The reason why this position cannot be officially recognised is, I think, because it is one that would be very widely held, if people were able to free themselves from the effects of propaganda.”

    and he also writes:

    “The forbidden point of view that the system tries so hard to hide is, at its core, nothing less than common sense, the natural inclination of humankind.

    “In its political form, it also involves an understanding of the way in which this common sense is being deliberately stifled and of the importance of awakening it, of allowing it to thrive, to inspire us, to guide us out of this stinking and toxic industrial-totalitarian swamp into the fresh green foothills of a decent future.

    “Just because this idea, this yearning, can never be expressed in the language of the system, doesn’t mean that it isn’t always alive in our hearts.”

    We need a new term beyond “anarchist.” As Paul illustrates in the above article, there are several writers that have recognized the lack of language for our philosophy / politics.

    The word that comes to my mind, Humanist, has already been assigned another meaning by the criminocrats.

  7. Hello again everyone!

    I offer my best solutions (which are universally applicable) in my recently published book.

    Give a man a basket full of fresh veggies and he can eat for a day, give a man a copy of Recipes For Reciprocity : The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table and a handful of heirloom seeds and he can not only feed himself for a lifetime, but also send out ripple effects of abundance, resilience, food sovereignty and hope into his local community

    Thus, in the spirit of the holiday season, for those who are interested in getting a copy I now have a Holiday Sale going for digital and physical copies of my book!

    For more info:

    I will also be throwing in some bonus Goji berry seeds with each physical copy of my book that is purchased from now until Christmas Eve.

    As I explored in my recent post on seed saving, Goji Seeds have Immense potential within them to produce nutrient dense food and medicine for many years. Each seed contains within it the potential to produce hundreds of pounds of Goji Berries in the vine’s lifetime. If some of those berries are used to save seed and those seeds are shared, the abundance that becomes accessible in one’s local community within only a few short years is exponential.

    I hope you all take time to get out in nature and enjoy all the nourishment for the soul, mind and body that the remainder of autumn has to offer.

    • This is a message for Mr. James Corbett

      Now that mkey has sleuthed the interwebs and resurrected the disappeared comments back from the brink of digital oblivion my comment above is somewhat redundant. If you see this comment and would be so kind as to delete the above comment (along with this one) for me I would appreciate it.


  8. It’s all a dream – in which we do need to engage and make positive changes/contributions where we can. Remember our example of peace and authenticity and kindness is more powerful and beneficial then we will ever be aware of. It’s good to think of this. If we could actually see the impact of our good actions, it would be quite incredible.

  9. Wed November 1st
    Arman distributes the document to the Dallas City Council

    6 minutes – Arman and Linda

    Arman is a real man’s man, insouciant to Authoritarians. He spoke Nov 1st and talks about the BIG Nov 7th event.
    Linda spoke on October 25. She cites documents which the Council received. For example; the EPA document which states that Hydrofluorosilicic Acid is officially classfied as Hazardous Waste.
    –Scroll to the bottom of DallasForSaferWater Home page for the EPA and Mosaic documents –
    For the past months, the website has been in purgatory confusion while it transitions to another host/builder.

    At the 5 minute mark of the Corbett video “Can You Speak Japanese? – Questions For Corbett #005”, James talks about Fluoridation in Japan. has his linked document “Japan Environment Agency Letter on Fluoridation”

    What happens in Dallas during Tuesday Nov 7th and the coming weeks could change the narrative for North America.

    • In Mexico the salt is fluoridated! Iodized and fluoridated. In a supermarket selling half a dozen standard brands in various packaging and sizes, all are fluoridated. The one product that claimed to be natural salt was was available only in 1 kilo (about 2 lbs) packages. In another section a few brands of “Himalayan” salt are available. I have tried some of them. Although they are pink, they all taste at least as salty as table salt, and they pour like table salt, so they are dyed table salt, and/or they have ingredients other than the single ingredient “Sal de Himalaya” listed. The same with “health food” stores.

      Himalayan or sea salt have to be ordered online from abroad (Amazon! There are reasons to patronize Amazon). Finally, I found at Amazon Mexico salt harvested from the Cuyutlan Lagoon on the Mexican Pacific Coast, which has been producing salt for a few centuries. Although it is white, it has a complex, lighter than table salt sodium taste and is hard to pour or shake, so it seems to be authentic. I watched a video documenting salt harvesting at Cuyutlan, and the salt is white.

      I haven’t yet had time to look into the background to fluoridation in Mexico. There is almost no alternative journalism, and information on health available to the public is decades behind.

      • Thanks for info Mutig.
        I think that the Himalayan salt is mined. There is a lot of underground salt. It Texas, some has been mined. Some underground salt domes are used for natural gas and oil storage.

        The water fluoride level in Mexico depends on the region.
        See the IQ studies 71, 53, 52, 29.

        On #52 EXCERPT
        The study was performed in an endemic hydrofuorosis area. According to the authors: ‘in Mexico F in water remains as the main source of F exposure. In endemic hydrofuorosis areas of Mexico only non-fluorinated salt is distributed according to the NOM-040-SSA1-1993.”

        • Thanks. I didn’t know about the F IQ connection or fluoride in the water. I’ll take a closer look when I get time, also the background to fluoridated salt. Except in Mexico City and a few other areas, no one drinks the tap water, mainly because of pathogens in the water system. The source might be pure, but the infrastructure is old. In urban areas there are neighborhood purificadors that filter water according to government specifications and deliver 20 liter bottles. I have no idea what people in rural areas do.

  10. Genocide.
    Children are dying and mothers are crying.
    I have tried to write about it, but my brain is frozen with horror.
    I want it to stop.
    Genocide. Gaza. Genocide. Gaza. Genocide. Gaza.
    I can’t make it stop.

    The killers don’t want me to use that word.

    Genocide! Genocide! Genocide! Genocide! Genocide!

    The killers want me to think they are heroes.
    Heroes don’t kill babies.
    Why are the children dying?
    Genocide. Oil. Genocide. Oil. Genocide. Oil.
    Genocide. Greed. Genocide. Greed. Genocide. Greed.


    • @Control Savvy

      It is indeed Genocide

      Unlike the biological, chemical and economic warfare that was waged on most of humanity during the height of the Scamdemic (which would more accurately be described as “Democide”, ethnically indiscriminate mass murder of citizens by government edicts) what is happening in Gaza is more like the eugenics operations of the old days (such as the weaponization of small pox blankets by the government/military in Canada or the residential schools where the priests and nuns murdered little indigenous children by the tens of thousands, assisted by the RCMP of course).

      The proclivity of smart phone addicted corporate media dosed normies to cheer for insane and cleary morally repugnant military operations like what is happening in Gaza right now should not surprise me anymore, but when it comes to how many little kids and babies are dying in this case, I do find it shocking and disturbing (despite the fact that this is just the most recent example of a long history of mass murdering of innocents campaigns by the state in ‘developed nations in recent history).

      Thanks for the comment.

    • Some blame conventional religions (or specific religions but not others) for this kind of insane mass murdering, but I think that the most dangerous religion of all (which is not really perceived as such by most people since they have been indoctrinated into it since birth, and are kind of like the fish trying to perceive the water they were born into) is involuntary government (which applies to all modern day national governance structures).

      Conventional Religious dogma/scripture is weaponized/twisted by psychopaths to confuse, enthrall and brainwash some to commit atrocities yes, but those isolated crazies weaponizing religious texts are no where near as effective and prolific with their mass murdering operations as governments are.

      I contend that without the the religion of Statism, we would not see highly organized, well funded and relentless mass murdering campaigns (that often target children and babies) such as we are seeing in the middle east now persisting and repeating over and over again globally.

      I elaborate on why I believe this to be the case in this article:

  11. I presume many in the conspiracy realism and anarchism crowd are aware of the ARC conference in London and are very sceptic about it, and rightly so.
    That being said, I think that the speech Jonathan Pageau, a christian ortodox icon carver from Quebec and friend of Jordan Peterson, gave at the ARC conference, altough it might not be obvious for many, was probably one of the best philosophical and theological explanations for totalitarianism (the post-humanist/transhumanist Harari at WEF kind) someone communicated in the last decades.

    Also, the essay Pageau and Peterson wrote for the conference is, in my estimation, the best meta-narrative and deepest metaphisical story written down for why we are where we are: politicaly, socialy, culturaly.

    I know it might be difficult to aknowledge for the rationlists and secularists out there, but the roots of the present political and social evils are not political or social, but metaphisical and theological, it’s putting at the highest point of our attention and care something less then the supreme Good, which is not political or social.

    • Here is URL to the essay in question, one that does not require a login:

      Identity: Individual and the State versus the Subsidiary Hierarchy of Heaven


  12. Hi

    There’s many theories surrounding the vaccine. Too many.

    Honestly, I haven’t found anything convincing.
    There’s no doubt it isn’t to our benefit though.

    But the “injection to the arm muscle” hits me real hard personally.

    Because I’ve had some “mental issues” in the past. Which I’m 100% sure it was from some bad weed (or just excessive use).
    But after a surge of insanity and being commited to the hospital, I was immediately told “you’re a schizophrenic” from a doctor.
    She just talked to me (while I was completely insane, cuckoo, batshit, monkey-talking), and stared a lot. That was the extent of the medical expertise.
    I was then comitted. Forced pills, all that jazz. Couple of months of this and begging to leave.
    The court then decided (through paperwork and burocratic processes, never any thought or examination) that I would be able to be treated outside the hospital.

    The treatment was simple:
    A monthly shot to the arm. Invega Paliperidone (just some made-up chemical turned pharma product)
    It just numbed me down. In *every way*. I don’t even wanna go into details.

    Anyway TL’DR
    Could the thing just be a tranquilizer?
    Things were getting pretty hectic in 2015-2018
    I don’t think everyone remembers.. Worse, I think most ppl actually forgot it completely.

    Crowds everywhere. Protests. Alt-right, whatever…
    I’m in europe btw. It’s different.
    But france was going insane back then. Yellow vests, etc.
    People noticing how robbed they were getting by taxes.

    Does it make sense? I live among 99% vaccinated ppl. I don’t see them extremely sick or anything. I don’t see them any different.
    Except dumber and slow. With zero feelings. Like I was when taking that shit.
    It was just a subtle loss of everything sensation-related. Not happy or sad. Not anxious. Just numb and dead inside

    That’s all. I don’t even know what I’m asking here. It’s just a pointless ramble.

    Things seem dead, if you go outside.
    The TV seems active as hell. But life doesn’t.

    I didn’t take that shit. Had enough shots back then.
    It was like 6 months of being an emotionless zombie.

    Could it just be that?

    • Migam,
      Bravo mon ami, you have not failed in your ramble.
      Lots of information out there on how it’s being done. You say you are in a sea of vaccinated people. May I ask ‘ are you in a sea of electro- magnetic smog too ?’.
      I would think you are but because the life around you has given in you are not being nudged as we are here in the non- compliant middle of the US. Just before the crush of COVID the city I lived in was at a mad rush to finish,smart meters and IoT, 5G and fiber optics to every neighborhood in the city limits, around 800,000 persons. Then came the nudge and overnight people got sick. Not enough response ? We got nudged a couple times.
      This clip is from a poor source but the paper discussed may answer the questions surrounding our blood and it’s toxic response to EM frequency manipulations.
      Skip ahead to the 23:00 minute spot the interview begins.

      The more you know the better you will be.

      • continued from above.

        Coming into focus are some abstract yet obtainable ideas, obtainable to the common man… We are reverse engineering our present state of being. There are obvious actions being taken to remove us from this realm. 7 billion of us. Understanding the how and why and who is doing this has been difficult. That is a pretty abstract thought but one that is no less real than that which the west bank inhabitants are now facing. This is some deep stuff and difficult to see it’s connection to the immediate situation we find ourselves in today. Can anyone boil it down any better than Dr. Mihalcea?

        Those who have perpetrated this have unlimited funds and data accumulated for the past 70 years. To stop them a lot more whistleblowers need to step up and help those who don’t think this present reality is acceptable.

  13. Author: Gavinm
    Hello Everyone! 🙂

    I hope you are all enjoying the nourishing colors and bountiful autumn colors.

    As many of you may know, I recently self-published a book that is about empowering the reader to be able to grow their own food and medicine (from seed to table) and give back to the Earth at the same time.

    Within the pages of my book I offer techniques, ideas and perspectives that align themselves with the concepts presented in following Solutions Watch episodes from The Corbett Report: The Self-Reliant Way , Simple Sabotage, Stop Buying Their Crap!, Alternative Solutions to the Banking Crisis, How To Defeat BlackRock, Nullification and Giving Thanks (among many others). If you would like to know how the contents of my book aligns with any of those episodes listed above feel free to ask.

    In the name of the approaching holiday season and my want to help make the contents of my book available to a wider audience so that people can effectively resist and starve the corporatocracy in communities all over, I am announcing a holiday sale on my book! 

    Give a man a basket full of fresh veggies and he can eat for a day, give a man a copy of Recipes For Reciprocity : The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table and a handful of heirloom seeds and he can not only feed himself for a lifetime, but also send out ripple effects of abundance, resilience and hope into his local community.

    Recipes For Reciprocity : The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table is an excellent gift as it is in essence a fractal seed that aligns with the inherent regenerative capacity of the Earth. When planted within a fertile mind, that seed can unlock a great many gifts which are accessible throughout one’s entire lifetime.

    Thus, in the spirit of the holiday season I am offering a limited time 40% discount on the digital (ebook) version of Recipes For Reciprocity : The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table and a 20% discount on physical copies of my book (from now until December 24th).

    The limited time offer discount code for both is:

    the gift that keeps on giving

    I will also be throwing in some bonus Goji berry seeds that were extracted from the vine shown in the picture above with each physical copy of my book that is purchased from now until Christmas Eve.

    As I explored in my recent post on seed saving, Goji Seeds have Immense potential within them to produce nutrient dense food and medicine for many years.

    I am also offering a buy one and get the second copy half off deal for physical copies of my book.

    Thank you to those of you who already purchased a copy of my book and thank you to those who that have decided to gift a copy to someone else, I am grateful you have chosen to take this journey with me. Together, we will make this world a more beautiful, hopeful and equitable place, one regenerative garden at a time.

    For more info on the sale:

    • Author: So
      Good for you and congratulations for your this new book!

    • Author: Gavinm

      Thanks! 🙂 It was a long time in the making (about 5 years in actual intentionally directed research and writing with the book in mind, but well over two decades of experimentation, trial and error as well as fun in the kitchen serve as the foundation for the book). It feels good to have it out in the world. Having heard from people on all 4 continents that have received a copy of the book now (with heirloom seeds) that write me with positive reviews and tell me of their resolute intent to grow an abundance of food and medicine, save seed and share that abundance and knowledge in their local communities, It feel like those 5 years of hard work were well worth it.

      Below I will share a link to a post that shares a specific section of books from my library which were essential in my research and experimentation phases for writing my book.

      In the post above I share a list of book suggestions from the Supplementary Reading Recommendations and Regenerative Resources chapter of my book for anyone that is looking to expand one’s understanding into areas of knowledge and techniques that empower one to live more regeneratively and in a way that serves to starve the oligarchs and re-direct that energy into our local communities.

      The stacks of books shown in the images in the post linked above (and those books listed below them) are an examples of a more extensive reading list that I feel would offer knowledge, perspectives and techniques that can takeself-reliance, community building, corporate boycotting and simple sabotage (resisting the take over of the seed and food supply via growing at home) to the next level. The books I shared in the post linked above cover more specialized methods and offer more nuanced perspectives than I was able to fit within the scope pages of my own book.

      My next book is gonna focus more on medicine plants and fungi specifically (such as the species of trees, plants, shrubs and fungi that lend themselves well to food forest design as companion plants, which also offer powerful medicines for humans). I am still work shopping a title but it will be something along the lines of “Stacking Functions in the Garden, Food Forest and Medicine Cabinet : The Regenerative Way From Seed To Apothecary”.

      Thanks for the thoughtful comment.

    • If anyone has questions about the offer described above (or questions about my book in general) please reply to this comment (and not to the comment above) so that I am notified and can answer your questions to the best of my ability.


      Thanks again for recovering those disappeared comments again mkey!

  14. Author: ztaco
    Does anyone know if the Killers of the Flower Moon movie is actually based in reality and truth? If not, are there any resources to know the full truth on the topic?

    • Author: HomeRemedySupply
      “The contagion of sociopathic and psychopathic behavior by ‘ordinary people’ stands out.” – HRS

      Circa 1920’s
      “Killers of The Flower Moon”
      Tulsa Race Wars – Post WW1 Greenwood Riot
      [Tulsa had a thriving African American neighborhood of Greenwood, known as Black Wall Street.It was destroyed.]

      Both true events occurred in the same time period.Both are dark periods of Oklahoma history.

      I dug into the history. The internet offers a lot on this topic.  

      Osage County Oklahoma borders Kansas. About 20 miles north in Kansas is a town where some of my relatives are from. My grandfather taught English literature at the small town’s college. He was born in a real sod hut on the Kansas western prairie along with a bucketload of siblings.
      In Osage County, there is Pawhuska where much of the “Killers of The Flower Moon” story takes place. On Main Street during the 1920’s period was a Bakery. The Bakery had a name pronounced like my relatives, but was spelled slightly different. 

      I have some other relatives from near Oklahoma City. I would hear stories about the buffalo wallows still in the fields, or the gypsies who would camp by the old farm, or the big bottle of prohibition gin that still was sitting in the Oklahoma Grandparents’ closet. No one ever mentioned Osage County nor the Tulsa riots.

      I have not seen the recent film.

      • Author: Duck

        On teh Tulsa race riots….I kinda think that in 100 years they will tell teh story about how Whites burned down thriving Black cities in response to the peaceful protests against the murder of George Floyyd 🙂

        I cant find the podcast right now, I could swear it was a guest on the Pete Quinoes Show, I heard a guy who claimed to have gone thru the contemporary papers and reports of the Tulsa Race Riots.

        Just going off memory the main take aways I got were

        1) The area, while doing well for a black neighborhood of that time was NOT a financial powerhouse (IIRC he was going off the calculated costs of damage done)

        2) It was a two way Race Riot with an armed mob of blacks shooting at an armed mob of whites, rather then a bunch of whites deciding to burn stuff down they way its portrayed in media these days 

        3) The story about the plane bombing the place keeps appearing but he could never find any evidence of anyone actually dropping bombs.  

        4)A lot of the damage was done by black rioters to their own community property.

        Really irritated that I cant find it now….will look again in morning I guess.

      • HRS and Mkey,
        This format is a little discabooberatated, but I assume it’s the erased stuff.
        Homies anidotal made me go off as to that time. At that time how much stress was there in the 1919 recession and then in 1920 depression that lasted till 1921? I know there was a Confederate Veterans march in Tulsa around that time for aid. The returning doughboys injected into a dead- flat economic climate had to spark a lot of anger,towards anybody, anything.
        And let us not forget the first lab released supper bug flu of 1918 and 1919 Spanish flu. By the Wellcome Trust.

      • Author: Duck
        no luck finding it….it must have been 5 years back so so

  15. Author: SuperBobo
    Incredible words! Fantastic. Thank you for sharing this.

    • Thank you for your kind comment mkey, but I have no idea which words you are referring to, since they don’t seem to be posted above here! But nice to be mentioned anyway, and if you’d like to let me know what I shared that inspired them I’d be most grateful.

  16. Author: Jason
    Today was my LAST hangover. Got me thinking…How much time and energy do we waste drinking(et al.), and recovering? My city (Ottawa) has about 50 beer stores and even more weed shops. The beer stores never got locked down! Do TPTSB want us drunk? Reading about this today and found a great article called “anarchy and alcohol”. Easy read with some great quotes.

    “Think of the power we could have if all the energy and effort in the world — or maybe even just your energy and effort? — that goes into drinking were put into resisting, building, creating.”

    “No war but the class war — no cocktail but the molotov cocktail!”

    “Let us brew nothing but trouble!”


    • Thanks for sharing this lost post mkey!

      • That was an insigtful comment, it would have been a shame to let it go to waste.

        Hopefully Jason’s resolve is standing solid as a rock.

  17. A BIG Hat Tip to mkey for salvaging ‘lost’ conversations!

    [Look north to catch the drift.]

    • Mkey,
      Again your actions take the cake. Where should I seen the check to cover the musicians and yourselves watering hole tab.Just for being you!
      One week tab, your pleasure is my delight.

    • @mkey

      Thanks my friend! I had thought about doing some kind of archive dot org past capture back-search deal for reposting what had disappeared but you beat me to it!

      That was very thoughtful and resourceful of you.

      Cheers! 🙂

  18. Does anyone know if the new movie Killers of the Flower Moon was actually a factual take on the case, or if not does anyone have sources showing the real truth of the Osage tribe and the near beginning of the FBI.

  19. Have some thoughts and a theory about the US and UN I feel are worth sharing. With no proof but still makes sense to me.

    Thought about how clearly both were involved in the worldwide corona conspiracy, and how they play such opposing sides in the so called Israeli Palestinian conflict. And then suddenly, thought to myself maybe that is by design! As part of fueling an endless conflict between extreme zionism and fundamental islam factions. Or more broadly Jews and Muslims or Israeli Jews and Arabs. Part of creating a world wide choas.

    So you have to pick a side and stick only to it (Or do you really?), and make sure you are only with it. These are the poor victims and these are the badies. black and white. With your version of history to stick by and your version of current events to stick by.

    Not saying there aren’t things to be pointed out with actual factual evidence that can be critised, condemned or stood against. Or that there is no point in trying to uncover what the truth is. But still, perhaps the truth is to be found in a truly complex conflict with a complex history and complex current evets, where this US UN purposeful divison works well to further divide many human beings. Even among conspiracy researchers (Tendnecy to just back UN version) and non conspiracy researches (Tendency to just back US version).

    With the top of the Pyramid knowing they are funding truly evil zionist conspiracies and knowing they are funding Islaomic fundamentalism all the way to Iran which does pose a real terror threat.

    Have no proof, as I mentioned in the beginning. And not wanting to start long arguments. Maybe some will feel this theory is nonsense. I do not feel the need to tell anyone what conclusions they should reach.

    • Sunny,
      Again, I want to thank you for your communications on these comment boards.

      Each of us has our own unique observations and opinions about the weather in our locale (spelled “low cow” in Texas).
      I can’t speak with much authority about the low cows in other parts of the world.
      I appreciate you telling us about yours.

    • HRS writes, “Sunny,
      Again, I want to thank you for your communications on these comment boards.”

      I sincerely second that.

      You write;
      “Thought about how clearly both were involved in the worldwide corona conspiracy, and how they play such opposing sides in the so called Israeli Palestinian conflict. And then suddenly, thought to myself maybe that is by design! As part of fueling an endless conflict between extreme zionism and fundamental islam factions. Or more broadly Jews and Muslims or Israeli Jews and Arabs. Part of creating a world wide chaos.”

      Sunny, I think that you are spot on in speculating that the “divide and conquer” strategy is being implemented in regard to those recent events.
      I would go a bit further however by saying that I believe that that strategy is employed at every opportunity available and has been for a long time.
      It is my firm belief that it goes beyond the UN and the US. Or any other earthly authorities.
      As we are told in the Bible in Ephesians 6:12
      “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”
      And Deuteronomy 32:8 When the Most High apportioned the nations, when he divided humankind, he fixed the boundaries of the peoples according to the number of the gods. (gods beings created intelligences who later rebelled)

      This world is ultimately being run by, controlled by evil forces and their human followers all of whom are in adamant opposition to the one true God and His plans for humanity.
      There is nothing that pleases those who hate God more than division and polarization. Because those are the most effective tools in their quest to destroy the faith of them who Love and believe God and to destroy the desire to seek God in those who are searching for truth.

      The god of this world is rejoicing as it watches Christian preachers advocate for genocide. Knowing that by doing so innumerable people will be turned off by the blatant hypocrisy and who will likely never choose to pursue a relationship with their creator.
      It is happy to see Jews fighting with other Jews over theological and political differences.
      It is very pleased God’s Name is being vilified and ridiculed throughout the world and to witness how easily His Word is perverted to promote the desires of demons.

      At a time when mankind should be seeking the wisdom of God it has been deceived into believing the doctrines of the satan.

      Fortunately we can be certain that though we cannot understand how, God is still in control and He is righteous and just. And His will shall be realized even through this current nightmare.

      Genesis 18:25 That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?

      I will answer Abraham. Yes, God will do right.

    • I have a suspicion that this goes way back thousands of years and some wealthy people were able to use their minds and barbaric tactics to get the upper hand. There’s the 2D chess version that we see with wars and then above that the financiers of that chess board. Perhaps multiple players competing with each other, sometimes collaborating if they think it’s in their interest. I really don’t know because I haven’t really looked into the details. Can this be traced back through ancient history? I don’t know.

      Some of these masterminds clearly aren’t stupid and they exploit the greed and evil that dwells in the heart of ordinary men. They use the tribal tendency in man, the “lizard brain” so people collaborate with them rather than standing on moral ground.

      My gut feeling is that the nation state is just a piece on the chess board and that most heads of state are controlled or infiltrated by the string pullers.

      I think they want the earth for themselves and they’ll use people’s hate for each other to eliminate their enemies which are ordinary humans. War is a great excuse to wipe out large swaths of people and when all is said and done the remainder will be in 15 minute smart cities with their UBI, CBDC, tracked and traced, chipped and vaxxed. They’ll be no race, gender, sex identity but a new cyborg type of man, a slave race and an elite class.

      The important thing to keep in mind is that the string pullers are psychopaths, clearly IMO. And one cannot ever trust a psychopath for any kind of loyalty. They just don’t have that ability. If anyone has ever done some basic research into psychopathy and what that means and how these kinds of people operate, there is no redemption for them physically. I don’t know what happens spiritually, but if someone lacks empathy and is completely untrustworthy and dangerous, to give anything to that type of person is a mistake for lack of a better word.

      For psychopathic leaders, the people are tax cattle and fodder and that’s about it. Followers want to believe their head of state cares about them because they care and have a normal conscience but don’t understand the mind of a psychopath.

      It sucks to admit that people like that exist but they do. Heads of state in Iran and Russia? Do they have ties to the WEF or any financial institution or Black Rock?

      Who runs Black Rock and what kind of people are those and what makes them tick? I don’t mean nationality but what is in their hearts and minds?

      These are just some rhetorical questions I ask myself and am thinking about not expecting anyone to answer my questions or anything.

    • Good word there, Sunny. And it might be even worse. I stumbled upon Brendan O’Connell’s work, some of which is linked below. (He’s a Third Rail if ever there was one.)

      His hypothesis is that all conspiracy roads lead to Israel, and he brings receipts. I figure if the U.S. would sacrifice NY citizens on 9/11 for the cause, why wouldn’t the Zionists sacrifice their people in a move toward global enslavement?

      Also, I have challenged Corbett to do a deep-dive exposé on Whitney Webb, whom O’Connell asserts is NOT what she seems. That seems reasonable. I also challenged Corbett to interview O’Connell. I’m not holding my breath.

      Here O’Connell addresses technology vulnerabilities that could seriously impact the balance of power. Cheers!

    • @Sunny

      Thanks for the thoughtful comment.

      I recently had someone show up in the comment thread on my substack article about war racketeering that was attempting to encourage and indoctrinate me into the idea that I “have to pick a side and stick only to it …, and make sure you are only with it. These are the poor victims and these are the badies. black and white. With your version of history to stick by and your version of current events to stick by.”

      In this particular case, he was telling me (in a slippery and elusive way at first) how ‘team Israel’ is the righteous, poor victim / good guy side.

      I more recently had another guy that was tryna do the same thing but he wanted to demonize all Israeli people and paint Muslim people as the righteous good guy side (he was a lot more rude and started throwing around misogynistic hypersexualized and bigoted insults at people commenting so his comments do not exist anymore).

      Both were convinced about what was ‘black’ and what was ‘white’ and they sought to convert and/or demonize all that identified and/or sympathized with what they perceived as the ‘black’ (bad guy) side.

      I found this emergence of such polarized, highly conditioned, (often hateful) tribal warfare embracing humans to be very illuminating, like your insightful comment above, the individuals I describe above served to show me just how powerful statist and institutionalized religious propaganda can be.

      Perhaps if we look at the mechanisms through which this conditioning and propaganda is used to warp, twist and shape the minds of the masses we can back-engineer some kind of antidote for this mass psychosis (which a large portion of humanity appears to suffer from)?

      Thanks again for the comment.

    • @Sunny

      I will share another interaction I recently had that I feel is relevant to the subject matter discussed in your comment.

      Margaret Anna Alice (of ) commented on that post I mentioned in my other comment (about war racketeering) and shared the following quote:

      “Why, of course, the people don’t want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece. Naturally, the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a parliament or a communist dictatorship.… Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.”

      —Herman Göring (Nuremberg 1947)

      My response to this quote was as follows:

      That is a very apt and illuminating quote.

      Perhaps we can reverse-engineer some solutions based wisdom from analyzing the truth embedded in the quote above. Perhaps via illuminating the ubiquitous psychological mechanisms that facilitate war mongers, war profiteers and eugenicists being able to weaponize fear and herd mentality we can instead embody the antithesis of fear and emancipate them from their mental slavery. Perhaps instead of ‘dragging people along’ we can inspire them to stand up on their own two feet, find their own moral compass within and help them embrace their own sovereignty as conscious beings. Perhaps we can remind them that the seeds for a more beautiful, equitable, compassionate, honorable, honest, healthful and abundant world dwell within each one of us.

      Perhaps we can remind them that it is time to move past the era of followers and leaders, peasants and princes, worshipers and saviors, haves and have-nots, minions and tyrants, corporate producers and consumers and usher in the age of self governed, self reliant, creative, resilient and symbiotically connected human beings which collaborate of their own free will to leave this world a little more beautiful than it was before.

  20. Some thoughts I have regarding a post by Jason about alcohol and civilization. He shared an essay from this website that I found extremely insightful despite the dogmatic “leftist” overtones:

    I agree that vice generally is used as a system of control, similar to centralized religion that I agree can be a form of tyranny or as a tool of the authoritarian.

    And I do think alcohol is a nasty drug, in fact it is a toxin and the damage it does (even in small amounts to the brain) should get people to stop and think about what they are actually ingesting.

    It is also ubiquitous and extremely hard not to consume it even if someone doesn’t want to drink. It is socially imposed, sort of like vaccines. People are viewed as weird if they don’t partake.

    Though this essay contains compelling moral arguments, the “leftist” traditional “anarchist” identity politics within it detracts from the weight of the argument IMO. So does this mean drinking alcohol must be good? Probably not.

    Many so called anarchists also support a lot of the harmful “drag queen” story hour being imposed on little kids and all the pro-abortion stuff used as destructive eugenics. They want to eliminate women as a biologically distinct category and by extension essentially erase humanity, what it really means to be alive.

    How did this happen? Did the brilliant anarchists who used to be right on with forming a strong resistance movement get too drunk to think? What has happened? And why are people who so strongly opposed the Covid tyranny supporting genocide and war now? I’m sure my own mind is similarly polluted with cognitive dissonance and Stockholm syndrome but I can at least admit it.

    And this goes back to a post above by Jo Ann about the need to use a different term than “anarchist” as a descriptor for someone who is against tyranny and wants to live as a free individual.

    I don’t think people who drink are bad, or that all people who drink have addictions but I do think alcohol is destructive and people who ignore this and use booze to soothe the pain of living in our modern world (slavery grid) should do some research into what alcohol does to the body and brain and how it has been used to harm people. It’s also a drug that is very hard to quit for good in my experience. And with the holidays coming up, it’s even more difficult to turn down a drink.

    I don’t believe in banning drugs and I do think people as adults have the right to destroy their body if they want to. But it is really a choice? What does this even mean? Does someone have to be of sound mind to chose? Does a centralized authority actually prevent harm? Probably the opposite in practice.

    Anyway, thanks Jason and Jo Ann for the thought provoking comments here. It has caused some uncomfortable introspection within me but truth is not always pleasant, in fact it can be extremely painful. And this is why the tyrants have such an easy time fooling the masses, or convincing people not to fight back.

  21. Bushwacked! (1 of 2)
    It was a set-up. Preplanned, designed to discredit and distort…with the intent to paint a pro-fluoride narrative.

    Tuesday Nov 07, 2023 Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee
    Community Water Fluoridation in Dallas, Texas-Part 2 [Details of people/agenda in link] [50 minutes]

    When you watch the three speakers [Professor Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH, Dr. Griffin Cole, DDS IAOMT, Dr. John Staniland, MD] each give a very short presentation on fluoride, you will be impressed.
    What follows is shocking!
    Willis, the wicked witch and former marketing arm for Johnson and Johnson ‘angrily’ shapes a distorted, deceptive narrative for the news media. Adam, the Chair, reinforces the narrative.

    For 10 years, Fluoride Activists have been addressing the Dallas City Council.
    On October 16th, the Committee heard the Profluoridation side. The notorious Johnny Johnson was part of the panel (online).
    Monday Oct 16, 2023 – Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee
    Community Water Fluoridation in Dallas, Texas-Part 1 [Details of people/agenda in link]

    Adam said that he wanted to hear the other side to the issue. Dallas Water Utilities (DWU) was in charge of lining up our camp and they contacted the Fluoride Action Network (
    This was the first time that our camp was ever offered an open forum on water fluoridation. Dallas had always refused to give us a voice in the past. This was historic.
    Oct 30 – By Noah DeGarmo
    Dallas Officials To Reconsider Fluoridation

    Dallas Water Utilities (DWU) kept pestering Dr. Griffin Cole for his PowerPoint presentation in advance, giving some kind of excuse about viruses. We didn’t trust DWU nor the Council. Finally, Cole sent it just prior to flying down to Dallas. However, Griffin changed up his PowerPoint at the last minute and put it on a Flash Drive.
    The wicked witch, Willis, cites a slide on his old PowerPoint, but it wasn’t in Griffin’s newer presentation. Willis brings up the NTP Report and a statement which the Dental Lobby made when they infiltrated the review process. Willis is not that smart, but Johnny Johnson was part of that infiltration. So Johnson probably fed her the info. The NTP Report is full of drama and complexities as vested interests have tried to thwart it for years. Thus, most folks do not know this kind of stuff, nor have many heard of Johnny Johnson.

    • (2 of 2) – Bushwacked!

      Somebody leaked Griffin Coles’ PowerPoint to the Press prior to November 7…

      Dallas Observer – November 7 (But written prior to the Committee Mtg)
      Dallas Continues Its ‘Dumb Conversations’ About Fluoride
      You need not watch the meeting today. What these “experts” have to say about fluoride is laid out plainly in the presentation they’ll give to the committee. And, man, it’s a doozy. One slide simply calls fluoridation “unnecessary, unproven and unsafe.” Another slide claims that increased water fluoridation corresponded with lower IQs. Another claims that fluoridation leads to more tooth decay, not less (as Big Fluoride would have you believe).

      I really feel for Dr. Griffin Cole. They bushwacked him and shot him full of insults, knowing that he could not defend himself. I have long admired Griffin Cole. We all do. He’s a ‘Real guy’, full of humanity. He spent time, energy and flew from states away to Dallas in order to give this presentation.

      Tuesday was rough. I couldn’t sleep after seeing what happened. Wednesday’s sun will be up shortly.

      No council person asked about lower IQ / ADHD.
      That is not normal. A normal parent would be concerned.

      • On second thought, these “officials” probably need to have kids dumbed down so that they can feel less stupid themselves. That’s one tall order.

        One has to wonder what would the clowns* complain about if every slide had three slides of footnotes? Further, who the hell puts footnotes on slides in a presentation? The purpose of the presentation is to paint a thin weneer and to inform people sufficiently so that they may seek further education.

        What’s wrong with requesting aditional information after the presentation? How do such shameless people look at themselves in the mirror?

        * apologies to actual clowns, it’s a nobble profession, unlike being a “public servant”, the most gross misnomer of them all.

        • mkey,
          I wanna thank you again. All along the way, I’ve been spotting some of those clever ways where you support this activism. Thanks Bud!

          Solid Point for any thinking individual…
          If the EPA’s classified hazardous waste Hydrofluorosilicic Acid (HFS) was not being resold to Water Districts, then what would happen with all that excess HFS?

          If people stopped drinking it, then what would suppliers like Univar, Pennco, Hawkins do with all that excess HFS hanging around?

          Mosaic once supplied Dallas Water Utilities with Hydrofluorosilicic Acid, but they had so much of the stuff that they couldn’t sell it all.
          Massive quatities of the stuff was hanging around in unapproved holding ponds. Mosaic was fined $2 billion by the EPA and they went bankrupt. In EPA history, it was the largest quantity of hazardous waste improperly stored and disposed of.

          “What would happen with this wonderful hydrofluorosilicic acid if it weren’t added to the water supply?”

          • You know me homie, I like pointing out the obvious.

    • Bushwacked!The Saga Continues SAGA – 1 of 5
      “It was a set-up. Preplanned, designed to discredit and distort…with the intent to paint a pro-fluoride narrative.”

      UPDATES and CORRECTION: Bushwacked!
      HomeRemedySupply said,
      “Somebody leaked Griffin Coles’ PowerPoint to the Press prior to November 7…”
      This statement is false.
      On both the November 7 and October 16 ”Community Water Fluoridation in Dallas, Texas-Part 2” and ”Part 1” City of Dallas links is an “AGENDA” document next to the video which contains an Attachment to a hyperlinked “Presentation”. The “Presentation” shows Powerpoints slated to be used on November 7 and October 16. Griffin Cole used a different Powerpoint presentation from a flash drive that he brought.
      TRANSCRIPTS of the Committee meetings are available at the transcript tab.
      One minor typo in the Professor Bruce Lanphear transcript: HYPERThyroidism should be used instead of “In the past, fluoride was used to treat patients with HYPOThyroidism….”

      Balanced news articles with links:
      RE: October 16 Committee Meeting
      Oct 19 by Andrew Norsworthy
      Council Members Ask Pros and Cons of Fluoride

      Oct 30 by Noah DeGarmo
      Dallas Officials To Reconsider Fluoridation
      Dentist Dr Griffin Cole and fluoride activist Rick North are interviewed in this Oct 30 article.
      Griffin Cole (IAOMT – International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology) narrates this 2 ½ minute embedded video:
      The National Toxicology Program and Fluoride Neurotoxicity
      Rick North’s rebuttals to the claims made by profluoridationists on October 16, 2023

      RE: November 7 Committee Meeting
      Nov 8 by Noah DeGarmo
      Fluoridation Sparks Heated Debate at City Hall
      Nov 15 by Noah DeGarmo
      Bazaldua Says Dallas To Continue Fluoridation

      On November 7, the world famous toxicologist Dr. Bruce Lanphear came to the Committee Meeting as an impartial guest, as a researcher who helped to uncover information about fluoride’s toxicity. He speaks for about 6 minutes, starting at the 2 minute mark in this Bitchute Video.
      City’s Video with transcript starts at 1:18:00

      On Nov 7, Bruce Lanphear had responded to a Nov 6 Editorial OpEd in the Dallas Morning News. [Paywall]
      Why is Dallas City Hall humoring fluoride conspiracy theorists?
      Council members should be careful about what voices they elevate.

    • SAGA – 2 of 5

      On November 7, 2023, no council person had asked the panel about lower IQ / ADHD nor other adverse health effects.

      WFAA TV ABC Channel 8 is directly affiliated with The Dallas Morning News.
      On Sunday November 12, “Inside Texas Politics” interviews the Chairman for the “Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee”.
      Dallas City Council Member says fluoride will not be removed from Dallas water supply
      Adam Bazaldua joins Inside Texas Politics to explain why his committee held a briefing on the issue.
      YouTube: (9 minutes) –
      EXCERPTS from video/article script:
      A Dallas Morning News editorial, for instance, said Bazaldua’s committee heard from two people representing “fringe groups” and a third linked to a “deeply flawed” study, so it questioned why there was a need to study a practice that’s “rooted in decades of research.”..
      … Bazaldua even told us some of the arguments raised against fluoride are “scare tactics” and “conspiracy theories,” so his goal was to counter those statements, clear up misconceptions and explain why the city believes there is a public good for adding fluoride to the water supply.

    • SAGA – 3 of 5

      On November 15, journalist Noah DeGarmo authored Bazaldua Says Dallas To Continue Fluoridation, citing WFAA’s Inside Texas Politics interview.
      …he (Adam Bazaldua) also said anti-fluoridation activists employ “scare tactics” and promote “not well-researched claims.”…

      ~~~ The second comment under Noah’s November 15 article is by Joe Stokes headlined “Adam Bazaldua Stated Publicly:” which includes a 2:25 minute video with Adam’s TRANSCRIPT.
      Adam Bazaldua was campaigning for re-election as a District 7 council person. The election was to occur on Saturday May 6, 2023. Monday April 10, 2023 – The Dallas Examiner hosted “Meet the Candidates” for District 7. Fluoridation was brought up by audience member Regina Imburgia.
      2:25 minute video of Adam speaking –
      7 minute video where Regina Imburgia asks the District 7 candidates about fluoride –
      EXCERPTS from Adam Bazaldua’s QUOTES:
      ”… I believe that we have come strides when it comes to fluoridation. In fact look at this as a very stereotypical example of something that has stayed in place and that a profiting industry that has a lobbying arm, it has a dental arm and has no true benefit that was originally intended of its purpose in our water.
      There’s no reason why we should be adding something in our water that is labeled on toothpaste- every toothpaste that we test tells us not to swallow it.
      When mothers are nursing the doctors tell them to use distilled bottled water simply because they do not want children with their cognitive development to be ingesting fluoride. All of this data has been something that made me realize and support your efforts and sometimes that’s just the divide between activism and legislating. Some trust has to be put into who you are asking to do the work for you. I am still doing it. It’s just not going to happen overnight.”

      Odd behaviors by Adam and other Council members has been noted by activists. One example of extremely odd behavior occurred on Wednesday – September 14th 2022 when the budget issue for the purchase of Hydrofluosilicic Acid was motioned by Adam to be considered as a separate agenda item. The wicked witch Willis had left the horseshoe but was visible in the back. Thus, despite disobeying protocol, she did not vote on the issue.
      Wed Sept 14 2022 VOTE IMAGE:,0,1913×1077/maxWidth/1000/
      Details are at the Sept 14, 2022 date by scrolling down this webpage:

    • SAGA – 4 of 5
      Nov 16 – Not publicly published…
      Late Thursday November 16 at 5:29pm, Dallas Water Utilities sent out an email to all panelists of October 16 and November 7.
      Attached to the email was a DRAFT memorandum about the two Committee meetings on water fluoridation. It contained Committee Member questions followed by a quoted or written response from panelists. It was very evident that the DRAFT marginalized fluoride’s toxic effects, but rabidly promoted fluoridation’s dental benefits. However, three studies/articles involving Bruce Lanphear were attached at the very end.
      ~~ Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada
      ~~ Fluoride exposure and hypothyroidism in a Canadian pregnancy cohort
      ~~ Iodine Status Modifies the Association between Fluoride Exposure in Pregnancy and Preschool Boys’ Intelligence

      In the email, Dallas Water Utilities said, ”Please let us know if we have incorrectly conveyed the information you have provided.”
      One of the November 7 panelists responded with a very lengthy email on Sunday Nov 19. All information contained sources. Monday morning, Nov 20, Dallas Water Utilities acknowledged receipt of the email.

      Dallas Water Utilities will be issuing a final, official MEMORANDUM about water fluoridation in the coming weeks.

      Dallas Fluoride Video Channels (recent years)
      Bitchute –
      YouTube –
      Previous years Dallas Fluoride YouTube channel:
      The WEBSITE “DallasForSaferWater” is currently kind of funky because it is going through a transition to another host.
      No new content of activist actions have been posted since August 2023 –

      Reference to the National Toxicology Program (NTP) which Council Member Willis brought up on November 7.
      Opinion: Censor the Science on Fluoride (many links in article)

    • SAGA – 5 of 5

      It is important to recognize that previous fluoride studies demonstrated that fluoride could damage the brain.
      Thus, NIH and other government entities funded further, more extensive studies.

      Dr. Christine Till is mentioned by Dr Bruce Lanphear in his 6 minute presentation to the Quality of Life Committee on Nov 7, 2023.
      May 2023
      Dr. Christine Till presentation to rotary club of Calgary on Fluoride Research
      19:15 Dr. Christine Till QUOTE
      ”There is not a single study conducted in pregnant women showing safety for water fluoridation.”
      7:19 – The hierarchy of scientific research designs:
      RCT – Randomized Controlled Trials are considered the highest level of evidence.
      Case Control
      Cross Sectional
      “In the past 4 years to 2023, there have been four prospective birth cohort studies. Three of these studies are based on samples living in areas of optimal fluoridation 0.7mg/liter.”

      Fluoride is the New Lead

      Fluoride Lawsuit Update (Nov 2023): New Details & Trial Dates
      The start date for the last phase of the federal trial against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over the neurotoxicity of fluoridation chemicals has been pushed back by two days to Wednesday, January 31st, 2024
      … The court has scheduled our trial to go through Wednesday, February 14th, though attorneys for FAN and the EPA acknowledged that they may not need to use all of those days…
      … Expert Witnesses Announced
      Attorneys also announced the expert witnesses for the final trial dates. FAN will be calling the same world renowned experts who testified in the first phase of the trial. These include:
      –Philippe Grandjean, MD, DMSc (Aside: )
      –Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH
      –Howard Hu, MD, Sc.D, MPH
      –Kathy Thiessen, Ph.D
      … We’re getting close to what appears to be the end of this very long fluoride lawsuit journey that started with a TSCA petition to the EPA in 2015. Everyone here at FAN is feeling incredibly confident and excited to start the final phase of the trial in less than 90 days….

  22. If psychopathic ‘Merica can’t kick it’s addiction to world hegemony mania and all the psychopathic groupie nations can’t kick their addiction to psychopathic ‘Merica, then Russia and China will administer the long overdue tonic.
    The quicker route would be, 1. All Human Beings reject all religions (start striving for the future evolution instead of the unthinking slavery of the connection to the legacy of lies of the past) and 2. Stop bringing so many new Human Beings into this cesspit teetering on the edge of an inescapable abyss (no one needs to be murdered so as to bring about an Earth saving level of population).

    • Some places have below replacement levels of fertility and birth rate. Not all places, but many places. This is a serious catastrophe and that needs to be reversed and it can be (thank goodness). A demographic crunch could be a disaster to the earth and allow the psychopaths who are waging war to go unchecked.

      What needs to happen is people stop putting up with this tyranny, wars and parasitic existence of psychopathic leaders. These tyrants need to be held accountable for crimes against humanity and the threat they pose to our existence should be taken seriously by people in a position to do something about it.

      People helping them should really think long and hard about where we are headed and if a psychopath can be trusted with the future. The overpopulation myth and narrative is just a deflection of culpability of some of the wealthiest, greediest and most dangerous destructive human beings that exist.

  23. Some months ago when seemingly the dust had settled a little bit I asked myself the question: and now what?

    We have a house in small village in Western Spain. Rural Spain. like many other European rural areas, has seen a significant depopulation over the last 40 years and the remaining people are ageing rapidly. Hence there are plenty houses, plots of land etc. available at very reasonable prices. There is also the infrastructure, cultural wealth and the wisdom of the “ancianos” which gives ample opportunity for people who’d like to start over.

    I am a photographer and a videographer so I began interviewing people to research the possibilities for the so called “parallel society”.
    Here is the first video of 10 minutes with the mayor of our village. English subtitled.

    Please tell me what you think!

    • Me too! Perhaps he just went 100% off grid and is boycotting the corporatocracy by growing his own food, medicine and avoiding big tech.

      Please let me know if you find any up to date info

    • How depressing and sickening that this is justified and people go along salivating for revenge and to inflict pain on the most vulnerable which are children.

      It’s because people lack empathy due to brain washing and people lose the ability to see humanity in others. I am glad to have had the opportunity to work with children, sick children and understand that most children are innocent and have far more capacity to love and forgive than adults.

      I had a patient the other day who was a little Arabic kid who was a sweet little guy. I can’t imagine someone hating this kid and wanting him dead.

      • I firmly believe that it must be demonically inspired.
        I see people who formerly seemed like normal decent folk turn into cold, heartless things that don’t seem to have human emotions. I don’t understand how this isn’t breaking the hearts of everyone. But most people seem to be able to go about life as if it is just par for the course.
        It is sucking the happiness and joy from my life and isolating me in a way that I’ve never experienced before. Even when I was stuck in depression.
        Maybe I should just go back to drugs and alcohol. (Only half joking)

        • I understand the sentiment completely, but drugs and alcohol seem to make it worse in my experience.

          Human beings can be very cold and down right evil, perhaps it is demonic. Some evil takes over?

          But this doesn’t negate the good in the world and the good people with a good heart like yourself and James Corbett.

          Some people may feel powerless to change it so they push out the horror and defend it but in their heart they really don’t feel that way.

          But there is duality in man, good and evil. It’s one of the most confusing things I encounter.

      • Interesting. Theft makes a lot of sense and goes to motive.

    • A big bunch of coincidences, nothing to see here, move along.

    • Is that pfizer banana also being used in wanton acts of sodomy?

      • You mean for Pfudgepacking? Certainly. Pfellatio is also popular as well as old-fashioned straightforward Pf*cking.

    • That’s easily explained.

      The second guy probably just felt really bad for the first and then it snowballed.


    • @Valuedcustomer

      Thanks for sharing the link.

      Have you heard of a book called “Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity” by Joe Allen ?

      • I have not heard of it.
        I understand that 4 IR is transhumanism Cyborg insanity.
        The entire GREAT RESET is about joining Man and Machine. The vaccine , Graphene Oxide and 5 G all play a part of this.

        I am old I have been nice about this all of my life. I have tried to talk to loved ones and friends for 40 years. I have watched the Cameras going up every where during this time. I have watched the NAZIFICATION of police. It changed from to serve and protect to what we have now. JACK BOOTED THUGS. We now have licence plate cameras everywhere. DO I live in a communist country? YES

        I now just read about the first ANTI-terrorism bill in the usa. Now I understand that this war on the common man has been strong and long.
        “On February 10, 1995 , the Omnibus Counter-Terrorism Bill was introduced as S. 390 in the United States Senate and as H.R. 896 in the U.S. House.
        They then murdered many people in Oklahoma to get it passed. They changed it watered it down and passed. But they were going to get their way. So they blow up WTC 1,2 and 7. Then we got the UNPATRIOTIC ACT. Its been all downhill my entire life. No forward progress just the continual sound of boots on the ground.

        They just hate freedom for everyone. They only want freedom for themselves and slavery for the rest of us.

        I wish the American People had a backbone. They only submit and scratch their heads.

        I have pretty much lost hope. I only see darkness coming.

        • @Valuedcustomer

          Don’t lose hope my friend. This stage in the growth (and beginning of the end) of empires we are observing around us was inevitable and will make the way for dormant seeds that we plant now to germinate and set down roots when the time is right. Some seeds lay dormant in the leaf litter and soil in the forest for decades waiting until that moment when the huge rotten tree that was obscuring the light comes falling down, allowing the light to shine down and nourish new potential to spring forth. Each of us can be as those dormant seeds and sow seeds full of potential here in this shadowy civilization (in the knowing we are accelerating the collapse of the towering rotten structures above us that are currently casting shadows).

          Many masks are being removed in these times (both literally and figuratively). Interestingly, the word ‘apocalypse’ comes from the Greek word apocalupsis which means “revealing, disclosure, to take off the cover.” (or in some cases was used to refer to a kind of leather mask or covering). The actions of those in power (the statist goons and those above the government puppets) and the behavior of all those who are choosing to mindlessly follow them are certainly serving to reveal their true nature, so perhaps it is an apt term.

          Many aspects of our modern western culture are being ‘revealed’, ‘disclosed’ and having ‘coverings removed’. This is resulting in the collision of the amazing genius, compassion, courage and capacity for innovation that dwells in the awakening masses (which big tech seeks to obscure, divide and make feel isolated through their AI algorithms) with the old systems based on fear, ego, control, separation and parasitism is bringing about the disclosure of the true depths of malice, apathy, and deceit the architects and custodians of the old systems are willing to plunge to in order to desperately keep their grip on the world.

          While this does not mean what most people think of when they hear the word ‘Apocalypse’ (end of the world, fire and brimstone kind of thing). Perhaps the more ancient root of that word is indeed apt for describing the process of unfolding humanity is going through currently.. “the removing of a covering”.

          These systems will dissolve in time, as I have said, this top heavy disaster capitalism addicted parasitic system (a global corporatocracy) was headed for inevitable collapse.

          This is just the crescendo in the distorted performance that is a society and dominant world view based in ego, fear and greed.

          While this process is occurring, I choose to plant and save seeds (focusing my energy on growing my food and medicine in my garden, helping others to do the same, sharing and co-creating with others with a similar inclination locally and spending my time enriching my mind, heart and spirit in the wilderness through learning from the genius of Creator’s design that is infused into the architecture of intact ecosystems).

      • I looked for the book. 30 dollars at amazon for me. But it seems it will just tell me what I also have researched.

        I think I have gone deeper.
        Does the book mention GRAPHENE OXIDE?
        It is a critical link that most dont know about.

        • @Valuedcustomer

          Yes he sells his book via Amazon/Mr. Bezos. I was discussing the moral conundrum of the prospect of dealing with Amazon (as a fellow author looking to expose corporate corruption and encourage more decentralized, low tech centered and local community focused ways of living) with Joe Allen a while back here: Joe Allen’s book is about exposing the dark side of the transhumanist agenda and I was asking him how he reconciles selling his books on Amazon with the fact that Bezos is a transhumanist.

          I appreciated his candid response and and relate to some of the challenges he is facing (though I face different ones as he went with a publishing company and I am someone that self-published my book).

          But I digress… So I think (the hypocrisy of supporting Bezos the transhumanist aside) the book is worth 30$. I have only read maybe 1/4 so far and I do not agree with some of Joe’s views but he does make some compelling arguments regarding A.I., Transhumanism and the implications for human society/psychology. He is also just a good writer and has a witty way of getting his point across.

          I cannot remember if he mentioned the Graphene Oxide (laced injections) nano-tech/brain machine interface connection specifically in his book so far, but I do remember him writing something in the section of the book I have read thus far that seemed like he was walking on egg shells and trying not to offend or turn off normies that had received the injections (in a similar sense to how some independent media people tip toe around the subject of the E.T. presence and it’s implications for our society/future). This makes me doubt that he will tackle the graphene oxide nano-tech aspect of the involuntary transhumanist dominated government initiatives (but I could be wrong in that supposition).

          One thing that Joe does argue about in a compelling fashion is how he concisely describes the central motivations of transhumanists and how many of the transhumanist aspirations relating to AI may be delusional and/or fall short of their intended goals, but if even one of them makes it into our reality, it will fundamentally change human civilization (i`ll try to take some pics of relevant pages or write out quotes if you like).

          What is your take on the Graphene Oxide link?

        • @Valuedcustomer

          Looks like I jumped the gun and way off base when I said “like he was walking on egg shells and trying not to offend or turn off normies that had received the injections” with regards to Joe Allen’s book and stance on the injections pushed via the scamdemic.

          I took a few pics of some pages I just came across recently that clarify and speak to this matter in depth:

          What do you think of the book so far?

  24. Wanted to add it has taken me a few times to get this link posted?
    Got a 404
    Got a sorry that page is missing
    Are you sure word press is the right software to get the word out?

    They are deleting many people.

  25. James’ challenge: “And here’s a challenge for the rest of you: how would you reframe the problem of the globalist technocratic conspiracy in a way that inspires people to take action and make changes in the world? Can you come up with an angle or a different narrative context that explains not just the problem but the solution in a simpler, more straightforward way than I’ve attempted here? … Well, at least one artist has taken me up on that challenge.”

    Yes, it is hard to beat cartoons with clear context. The cartoons and the scope of Bob Moran’s “art-pocalypse” cartoons are phenomenal! I don’t know if anybody can beat him:

    As far as not only quickly explaining the problem, but also coming up with a solution — perhaps two-picture cartoons, the first presenting a problem, the second presenting a solution?

    Or feel free to combine two of Bob’s cartoons, say one for the jabs, the second for a solution, in the form of “crime & punishment”, “jab & reaction”, etc. Although if you ponder Bob’s “Stunning & Brave” cartoon, of the knight and the damsel in distress, online petitions won’t count as a “solution”.

    We need more daring cartoonists directly attacking the puppet politicians, corrupt “scientists”, corrupt organized religion, the moronic tech-geniuses, and their AI, the warmongers, and crazy prophets-philosophers of the Great Reset like Harari. Nothing is sacred anymore anyway…

  26. Paul Kingsnorth in answer to the question, “What is coming as the Machine bears down?” The only real question is what form will it take, and how to respond.” He answers : “What is the work in times like this?
    There are always plenty of ways to be useful, but what I talked about, after analysing the current crisis of meaning, is what it would mean to begin rebuilding a sacred culture in the ruins of the world the Machine has made. This, I believe, is multi-generational work. It requires patience, and we have very little of that. I haven’t, anyway. Still, there is nothing for it but to get started. All of the best work is small work, after all.”
    If you are not familiar with Paul Kingsnorth’s work you are in for a treat. This article and video of his recent talk in the States is like rain in a parched land.

    You can watch the talk in full here:

  27. Well, this one paragraph does sound very refreshing. I will have to check your URL for more. Thanks for bringing it up.

    • Mkey, I think you will like his work. He has been on quite a road. He is, as of three years ago, a Christian. He was at one time in his journey a Zen Wiccan, LOL! whatever the ‘ell that is! He writes ” Longtime readers will be familiar, and perhaps entirely bored, with my argument by now: that the turmoil we are living through represents a spiritual crisis, and that the response therefore needs to look to the construction of a new spiritual culture. After years of exhaustive thinking, reading and living, this is the conclusion I have reached, despite sometimes wanting not to. I can’t see any other picture now.”
      and “The whole situation is absurd, and so am I. Still, what else can we do? Laugh, perhaps: at the Machine and at ourselves. Laugh and live; but hold on all the same to the essence of our humanity. It’s going to be challenged like never before in the years ahead.”

  28. I hope it is alright to ask about this topic here. I have ‘Covid’. In other words I have a bad cold which was confirmed as Covid by a home lateral flow test. There have been other times when I have had a cold over the past couple of years which produced a negative lateral flow test result. Does anyone know how the tests work? They clearly pick up on something but how do they pick up on the something that they call Covid? I don’t know of anyone who has taken a home when test which gave a positive result when they had no symptoms.

    • Have you ever heard the word INFLUENZA? Words matter.

      If you unwind that word it changes things. When the sun and stars send extra charged waves to earth many people are affected. It is documented throughout history.

      We are now also subjected to many un natural radio waves, These waves cause sickness and death in many humans. Some are influenced some are not.

      In the beginning the first large scale instance of it was the Spanish flu. Spanish Flu happened during the first electrification of civilization by man.

      Now we have electricity TV Satellite Microwave 1g 2g 3g 4g 5g the list is endless. It is a miracle that any of us are alive.

      Its not a wonder why so many people are sick.

      We are all in a giant experiment and have been for a few hundred years. Without our consent.

    • There are several types of these “tests” and what I can tell you that the one that is considered to be the gold standard is a fraud on many levels.

      PCR needs a primer (nucleotide sample) that is going to tag actual DNA/RNA in the sample and duplicate it n times.

      There are some big assumptions here.

      The primer has to relate to the “virus” uniquely. It does not and probably and practically can not. How can one take a sample of DNA and say that it uniquely identifies something without having sequenced everything. Everything.

      Number of duplications n ia obviously a big factor in determining whether one is “positive”. Essentially, when they do this they are comparing apples to somewhere between a thousand and a five hundred thousand pears.

      Even if we took the above two assumptions as gospel, which I do not, the amount of taggable “virus material” does not inform about ilness or to what degree one is infectuous.

      The whole testing thing is a logical fallacy of association on steroids.

    • I’ve done one of those home tests, it was an antigen test. They aren’t very accurate. Sort of like one of those drug tests or home pregnancy tests.

      Here’s a wikipedia article about them:

      This is different from a PCR test.

    • I’ve had “Covid” twice now, or tested positive on these things when I was sick. Both tests didn’t detect anything when I first felt under the weather but once I felt pretty sick they did show a positive result.

      The first illness was in 2022 and I was pretty sick with a fever and extreme lethargy and sore throat. I had to take time off work and the fatigue went away in about 3 weeks. I did take a ton of vitamins and some Ivermectin. Fever and sore throat went away in 4 days but the fatigue persisted. Not worse than a normal flu but the fatigue was different. The next time was this past summer, it was like a cold and that all. No time off needed at all. I still took the vitamins and stuff because I think it does help.

      Whatever it was wasn’t the sickest I’ve ever been in my life.

      If there is a Coronavirus or something like that, these antigen tests may pick up any variety is what I’m thinking. If you don’t believe in viruses, it still may be detecting some kind of sickness.

  29. Any North American members here who listen to folk music will likely be familiar with the music of Buffy Sainte-Marie. She’s a singer-songwriter who launched her music career the same time as Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell and continues to this day with performances.

    The CBC dropped a bombshell story about her a couple of weeks ago, outing her has a white American, not an Indigenous Canadian adopted at an early age to an Indigenous family as she has claimed for more than 50 years!
    This story is precious on so many different levels.
    First, one has to scratch one’s head and wonder why the CBC decided after 50 years to scrutinize her story for its veracity now?
    Second, they must have published the story with great reluctance because it puts them in a very bad light. They have done dozens and dozens of shows (TV and radio) featuring Ms. Sainte-Marie over the past decades. Each show they portrayed her as an Indigenous Canadian.
    Just a few months ago I listened to a CBC radio show where they featured her as she recounted her life story in the music business.
    Third it highlights how the MSM can so easily be taken for a ride and reporters will do sloppy work for decades without doing their due diligence in researching a story.
    And finally, can the reason for outing the story now have anything to do with the push for Digital ID?
    I highly recommend reading/watching the following two links about the story.
    They show how her birth certificate still exists, proving she wasn’t adopted and lived with her white, Anglo-Saxon parents and family in the U.S. before she embarked on her music career under a totally fake ID/background.

    I feel a strong urge to get in touch with the authors and ask them if they would consider revealing the truth behind 9/11, seeing as they are currently in an ‘outing mood’.

    • Small correction. I mentioned Anglo-Saxon parents but they were likely Roman Catholic with a last name of Santamaria.

    • And while they are investigating, perhaps they can tell us how many of her records Elizabeth Warren has in her collection…
      Truly, our current kakistocracy doesn’t bode well for us on a societal level.

      I was always a misfit. Is it because I am a very poor liar?

  30. I recently came across this ex USSR defector and expert in communist political propaganda: Yuri Bezmenov.

    I searched for his name in here and found no reference. But I thought this is the sort of guy from the Cold War corbetters would enjoy listening to.

    He explains the tactics of psychological propaganda applied by the communist government around the world, post WW2. Often summarised in his subversion process chart:

    If you search on YT for his name, there are various videos of him. His prediction from the 80s of the US being internally subverted through slow and indidious marxist ideology was spot on!

    I will include one video as example:


  31. Wanted to mention this
    “International Organizations Immunities Act (IOIA) of December 29, 1945”

    It discusses that there are many international organizations that have complete immunity from any investigations and they are basically criminal organizations that have been given the green light to commit crimes against the citizens of all nations. They don’t have to pay tax. It is so unbelievable.

    “They do not operate above the law, they operate entirely outside of the law.”

    ” • 76 International organizations and banks enjoy immunities, privileges, and tax exemptions

    • GAVI, Big Pharma, and CERN enjoy similar immunities

    • The Bank for International Settlements has sovereign immunity and some of these immunities extend to its members, being 63 central banks and the Federal Reserve System, while other immunities extend to “systemically important institutions”

    • Trillions of taxpayer dollars and printed money has moved through these organizations and banks with no transparency or accountability as they continue to build a global enslavement system

    • Hundreds, if not thousands, of NGOs and corporations work with and through these organizations and banks, some of whom have agreements, NDAs, and/or immunity by extension”

  32. I believe masculine traits are a threat to the NWO. The NWO seeks to destroy all potential warriors. This debasement of masculinity seems to have crept into the church. I read that Greeks who exalted physical fitness denied entry to the Gymnasium to foreign tutors, slaves, freed men and their sons, and allowed them no meat. They wanted no uprisings.
    Keith is a grandpa who writes an interesting Substack.
    He sings old hymns to his 8 yr old grandson at night instead of the modern ones because, “natural masculine intuitions from 100+ years ago have become gradually muted within the musical life of contemporary Christians.” He writes:
    “A few weeks ago I went to my local Christian book store. In that store, they have several bookshelves devoted to displaying the current best sellers from the world of Christian publishing. As it happened, the vast majority of the bestsellers on display dealt either with Christian romance, or with the psycho-therapeutic benefits of the Christian life. The image of Christ as king, for whose cause one might willingly cast aside every other thing of value, has been replaced by the image of Christ as love interest, or as therapist. In either case, Jesus has become someone whose existence is primarily for the purpose of meeting our emotional needs.”

    “The lyrics of many old hymns have a no-kidding militaristic theme throughout. Soldiers, and marching, and banners, and work. Loyalty – at whatever the cost. The goal is to crown Christ as King and, if necessary, to cast aside every other personal consideration and need.”
    He contrasts these kind of hymns with the more modern lyrics by popular Christian groups.

    “There are no soldiers or marching about in these lyrics. There is, rather, lots of longing and a desire for physical affection. Through this more modern conceptual lens, Jesus is less a king and more a kind of boyfriend. As an aside, I will observe that in the world as it really is, kings are capable of having a more far-reaching cultural effect than can boyfriends. Just sayin’.”

  33. At the top of this thread, my recent cartoon with a Corbett version of Atlas shrugged, is featured.
    It is laden with verbal allegory, so here is a clarification of the symbolism, for those who missed some of it.
    The masked monkeys are part of the power structure, but are at the lowest rung, and the first to be sacrificed in service of its agendas. They have masked their eyes, ears, and mouths, corresponding to the famous See No, Evil, Hear No Evil trio.
    Corbett actually asked for an artist to render his vision of ‘we the masses’ portrayed as Atlas, waking to his situation, thereby disturbing the power structure, represented by the pyramid on the dollar bill. Cracks are showing, and even some little chips are falling away.

    • Hold Still Dammit !


      James Corbett says:
      “*ANOTHER UPDATE: Here’s yet another contribution, this time an image from Hank Black rendering my original suggestion from the Context Is Everything article: IMAGE”
      (see top of November Open Thread)

      James Corbett writes:
      …Now, there is obviously more involved in fighting a millennia-long conspiracy to suppress free humanity than simply bowing out of the system, as I have no doubt my well-educated audience will rightly observe. But by reframing the problem, we’re at least shaking off the apathy generated by the All-Powerful Illuminati conspiracy narrative and can begin taking action to bring about the world we want to live in.

      Or, as I sometimes put it: we need to stop begging for scraps from the master’s table and create a table of our own.

      OK, so here’s my idea: I think this concept might be expressed in visual form with a depiction of Atlas, the Titan of Greek mythology who is condemned to hold up the sky for all eternity. We all know the traditional representation of Atlas, struggling to hold up the earth on his shoulders, and we know how writers like Ayn Rand have made use of this mythology for their own purposes. So, how about an image showing Atlas bearing a different burden—not the globe, but the Illuminati pyramid with the All-Seeing Eye as its capstone? And what if Atlas decided to “shrug off” that burden? Wouldn’t the pyramid fall to the ground and shatter?

      Is this a stupid idea for a political cartoon? Probably. I’m not a visual artist and I don’t claim to be one. So consider this a challenge for the visual artists in the crowd: how would you express this concept in a single, timeless, immediately comprehensible image like the ones we looked at above?

      And here’s a challenge for the rest of you: how would you reframe the problem of the globalist technocratic conspiracy in a way that inspires people to take action and make changes in the world? Can you come up with an angle or a different narrative context that explains not just the problem but the solution in a simpler, more straightforward way than I’ve attempted here?

      I look forward to seeing what you all come up with.

    • That’s a nice cartoon. I’d put CIA several steps higher, just below the priest class. I do believe there are supposed to be 13 steps.

      In some interpretations of the annuit coeptis novus ordo seclorum pyramid symbol it is established, and I find that interpretation very much worthwhile, that the all seeing eye does not represent what many will immediately jump to (the “elite” looking over us) but the eye of the creator through which the light of the universe is coming through.

      That light brings many of the things of which we are woefully short in supply, like love, care and knowledge. This light, as any light worth its salts, keeps the darkness at bay. The darkness is the default setting. It is the entropy of this system of ours.

      And if this interpretation of meaning is indeed correct, then the pyramid below it, it can only be assumed, is actually being built up. Layer by layer, rising higher and higher until it is able to completely cover the eye of the creator and leave us forever in the dark. The symbol does indicate that this work is considered to be nearing completion.

      Said interpretation especially rings true to me as it aligns very well with what we see and know to be true. The fact that we are destroying ourselves by insisting on the many tiers of our society, central purpose of which is to keep us divided with the ultimate consequence being eternal darkness. At least that’s how they would write this script.

  34. Lest We Forget… War Is Still A Racket

    As any seasoned Corbetteers know, War profiteering, engineered (false flag op encouraged) wars and corporation dominated governments are not new phenomena, WW1 and WW2 were also conflicts that were encouraged, engineered, perpetuated and profited from by the banksters and corporate barons (many of which called, and still call North America their home and base of operations).

    In truth, the allies did not triumph over evil and end the Nazi regime as the most significant supporters and financiers of the military operations of both sides of that conflict escaped prosecution and remain intact today. Boeing, IBM and the BIS are just a few that should stand out for anyone that knows their WW2 history.

    From as far back as you care to go in history to present day, war is as it always was and always will be, a means for profiteering, eugenics and further hyper-consolidation of material wealth into the hands of the few.
    Currently those who are invested in fossil fuel corporations and those who have money invested in Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon are making a killing (literally) as weapons sales are up with huge amounts of tax payer money being funneled into Israel.

    Today I invite you to remember (and share) that this is business as usual. There is nothing noble or glorious about war, not ‘back then’ and not now either…in reality, it is a multi-generational transnational racketeering operation.

    • “…war is as it always was and always will be, a means for profiteering, eugenics and further hyper-consolidation of material wealth into the hands of the few.”
      True, there are wars started by pure greed and a lust for power. Some smaller skirmishes and battles are started solely by a lust for blood. Individuals selfishly profiting from wars will always be with us due to man’s sinful nature.
      However, that is only one aspect of wars. There are noble and glorious acts in wars redounding honor to their combatants.
      Wars may be waged by a variety of players, not only by the elite, nor only by huge governments.
      When natural famines and droughts made it impossible for peoples to survive in one area, they often walked or sailed to another geographical area, not with the purpose of waging war for gain or bloodlust but for survival. If where they went was too much settled, war ensued with the current inhabitants of the land. But war was preferable to the migrants, rather than die a slow death in their own land.
      Defending your family can be a noble and glorious cause. Resistance against evil is a noble endeavor and I don’t mean just fighting with words. I recently read the book THE LIGHT OF DAYS: THE UNTOLD STORY OF WOMEN RESISTANCE FIGHTERS IN HITLER’S GHETTOES by Judy Batalion
      Many noble and glorious acts were committed within the context of the war with Nazi Germany, despite it being orchestrated by… whomever. There is good and evil in this world. To join the good and fight the evil within is a glorious and noble cause.

      • @s511

        Thanks for taking the time to comment and share your thoughts.

        Self-defense (taking physical action to defend yourself and your family when a violent attacker seeks to do them harm, whether they are a statist goon or a lone cereal killer) is not war.

        Enlisting into an army willingly (or being conscripted and choosing to capitulate to orders given to kill others) is not self-defense.

        The tricky part and the slippery slope down the soul corroding pit to “pre-emptive strikes”, mass murdering children and wholesale genocide begins when we start blending the meanings of words such as “self-defense” with “resistance against evil” or “war”.

        When you know there are humans out there that would kill you if they were given the chance and you seek to acquire weapons to stop them before they can act on that intent, Where does self defense end and premeditated murder begin?

        What about that old sentiment that says “thou shalt not kill”? Was there some small print that I missed that added “..well unless being a combatant and killing others in a war is deemed as noble and glorious by other humans, then, in that case, go for it”?

        It is a slippery slope my friend, that is why I reject justifications given for pre-meditated murder (whether it is on a massive scale and promoted by statists, on a medium scale promoted by “rebel leaders” or violent revolutionaries or on a small scale where people are just planning to kill some other person) and I instead advocate for the Voluntaryist non-aggression principle.

        It is not an easy path, as there is a part of all of us that feels the hurt and heartbreak from abusers and psychopaths that have hurt or killed someone we love (and continue to seek to hurt and/or kill us too) and seeks retribution or revenge (myself included) but not only do I know that this is impractical for achieving my intended goals (in the long term) it is also immoral.

        • serial killer*

          (sorry I was eating breakfast and my synaptic pathways short circuited for a second)

        • “When you know there are humans out there that would kill you if they were given the chance and you seek to acquire weapons to stop them before they can act on that intent, Where does self defense end and premeditated murder begin?”

          Good question that I think might also be determined case by case. A person with a normal conscience knows right from wrong and sometimes there are mistakes and lessons learned along the way.

          My grandpa was fought in Korea and WW2 and was involved in bombing supply lines and such. He said he had nightmares about people screaming as trains were blown up during dive bombing missions he flew. He was probably responsible for “collateral damage”. He lived with this every day after the war and it weighed on his conscience.

          That is a penalty in and of itself, ones conscience that there is no escape from in this life. To take someones life is a big deal and for most people who recognize the sanctity of life, this would weigh heavily on the heart and mind. Some never recover from war, the victims and the soldiers.

          There are many many instances of initiating violence for self defense. There have been women who have killed an abuser when they had the opportunity who I think had valid reasons for doing so and I would not say this was murder.

          So, what’s the difference between premeditated murder and self defense? That’s a very deep question and I think doesn’t have a cut and dry answer. Is it wrong to kill to survive? I’d say if there’s another way, then yes.

          There have been famines that were so bad some people turned to cannibalism because they were starving. Humans can do some terrible things to survive.

        • “Thou shalt not kill” commandment was supposed to be translated to “Thou shalt not murder”. But they don’t want free people and people who are not allowed to defend themselves are obviously not free.

          Murder is an unjust killing. Killing is taking of life in the act of self defense and thus it is just. When the correct words are used in an appropriate context meaning immediately starts to appear. Funny how that works out.

        • “What about that old sentiment that says “thou shalt not kill”? Was there some small print that I missed that added “..well unless being a combatant and killing others in a war is deemed as noble and glorious by other humans, then, in that case, go for it”?”

          It isn’t a sentiment. It is a commandment.
          As mkey points out, it was somewhat mistranslated in some texts however.

          Ecclesiastes 3:3

          1To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: 2A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; 3A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; 4A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; 5A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; 6A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; The Hebrew word is best translated murder.
          There is never a time for murder but there very well may come a time to kill.

        • correction: If there is another way to survive besides violence, that option should be used first.

          For example if someone is in an abusive personal relationship escaping should be the first go to, rather than killing.

          Also, negotiation as the first option rather than pre-emptive violence. Give the person the opportunity to leave you in peace or to make amends.

          There are also people who are purely evil. Ted Bundy was one of those people.

          I like the language “thou shalt not murder” and it is much more clear than “thou shall not kill”. Also, I really love the idea of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”

          But I still think that if people have a healthy conscience, their heart will guide them.

          • “Also, I really love the idea of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”

            But I still think that if people have a healthy conscience, their heart will guide them.”

            The Golden Rule could also be understood in the negative way. “Don’t do unto others as you wouldn’t want done to you”.

            About the conscience. If a person is the sole judge of what makes a conscience “healthy”, then their heart is very likely to lead them astray.
            At least according to the subjective interpretations of others.

            Titus 1:15
            Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled.

            • I believe in “natural laws” and optimal states. There are studies that have showed that suggest that normal babies are born with empathy evidenced by unsolicited helping gestures. I’ll try to find the study again. I posted it on this board about a year ago.

              Humans have the “machinery” for kindness, empathy, and perceiving higher consciousness. Our pineal gland may have some involvement in this perceptive ability.

              These abilities and natural laws, I believe have been with humanity for more than two thousand years, refined along the way. Religious writings describe some of these ideas and have put them into words creatively, at least this is my interpretation/view at this time.

              At any rate, thank you for commenting!

            • I do also believe that people do need to learn right from wrong and need a guide. At least I needed a guide to help me and I am very fortunate to have had my mom who modeled love, empathy, honesty, etc. My grandparents were also good guides.

              Maybe we are born with the raw materials for goodness and need “mentors” along the way. Perhaps that is where spirituality and religion comes in as well?

              In short, I think most people have the capacity for good when they are born, but do need guides and role models that help develop this.

              I’m glad to read your words and thoughts.

              • @cu.h.j

                Perhaps the Creator inscribed the ability for each any every conscious being to discern that which aligns with integrity, compassion and truth (and that which does not align with those things) within each of our hearts.

                Perhaps the guides we chose to live with in this life or cross paths with offer mirrors which have the potential to illuminate that which we already know and have access to within.

                Perhaps God honors our free will and allows us to either walk in the shadows or to nurture the spark of light he gifted us that is within. No judgement, only a choice. Grow and enrich the light within and unfold as a being, or instead choose to stagnate and repeat the same cycles over and over.

                No judgement does not mean no consequences however, as when we choose an action that is based in self-interest, we invite an opportunity to put our selves in the shoes of those we hurt in a future experience, so that we can learn from the perspective and experience we brought onto another’s path.

                Each moment offering a gateway to either “heaven” or “hell” based on our willingness to summon the courage to walk in (and cultivate) the light or instead to allow fear to anchor us in a hell of our own making, each potential existing right here on this Earth.

            • I would also be very disappointed if I was the “sole” judge for my conscience, all alone.

        • Thanks for the comments and sharing your thoughts on this everyone.

          I suppose I kill plants so I can eat (though I do it in a way that gives back and with gratitude and reverence for the life I am taking, it is still taking a life) so in that context I agree with the part about “there is a time to kill”. Beyond that however, I personally will not go out of my way to kill other beings.

          I do cultivate and hone self-defense skills and if another being seeks to harm me, my wife, or some other sentient being that is in my immediate presence and unable to defend itself I will use them. Under some conditions that could result in my killing those beings. But that is as far as I will go in this life.

          I have caught glimpses of experiences I chose in other lives where I decided to live in different ways (some involved choosing to be a warrior and taking life for what I thought were noble reasons in the interest of protecting the weak and on occasion, I sense, some involved taking life for selfish reasons. In other lives I chose the path of a pacifist, and during at least one of those lives, that choice resulted in allowing the violence of others to end my life at a relatively young age when self-defense could have prevented it).

          When I take a step back beyond the confines of the conscious mind of my current life and choose to see from the perspective of my eternal spirit I can see without the judgements and programmed beliefs that were piled onto me in this life, and I do not see the actions I chose in the lifetimes I describe above (nor the ones I am currently choosing in this one) as “good” or “bad”. They were (and are) just choices that offered (and continue to offer) different experiences, perspectives and opportunities to expand my understanding, cultivate awareness and opportunities to grow as a being.

          In my current state of growth as a conscious being I choose to adopt the non-aggression principle, but I do not go so far as to walk in this life as a complete pacifist. This feels right to me and serves me well at this particular juncture in my journey.

          Thus, whether a bible, some other book or a law or any other external source tells me to do otherwise, I will continue to walk a path of peace with a willingness to defend myself should the need arise.

  35. Get your tab paid here!
    It’s always good for you when someone else picks up the tab for prosecution of “the War”. Examples are abundant.
    PNAC and the new American century, that tab was high but the hogs at the trough carried off a huge profit. Maybe a little was rolled back and trickled down to the lower rungs.
    Big oil and the tab for Iraq, Libya,Syria. Afghanistan, and the Silk road initiative.
    Quantitative easing and bailout of the orgy that got carried away, I’m sure they still remember that tab that was picked up.
    So it goes, why not have that model as the source of our news, our infotainment.
    Then the stretch, the sentiment inning where the aggressor, the thug,brute psychopath hands the tab off to the smucks and proceeds to cry that he,the perpetrator has been the victim all the while. A new tab is started.
    COVID? Shall we? What’s next? Canel to the moon? Could reuse the old playbook about doing the hard thing, it’d be too easy to do. Now where to send the tab?.

  36. For those interested in USA government committee hearing on vaccine injuries:

    Congresswoman MTG Holds Hearing on Injuries Caused by COVID-19 Vaccines with Special Witnesses

    YouTube is the only link for the livestreamed hearing. About 10 minutes of Senator Ron Johnson’s presentation comparing the number of injuries and deaths was not shown (instead, camera shot of audience with no audio) during the live session, but maybe it’s included in the playback.

    Dr. Robert Malone did an outstanding job answering questions and providing easy to understand technical details of the science, regulatory processes, and corruption.

  37. Where the f_ck was this genius MIT physicist on 9/11 or the other million
    physicists around the world when we needed them the most?

    When they should have told the world that it was physically impossible for the towers to have collapsed!

    Cowards! The whole lot of them!

  38. “Uh-oh, Chongo!” *
    What will Jacinda Ardern do about her mouth now?

    Fluoride Free New Zealand

    Nov 14 – Stuff
    Bloomfield’s fluoridation orders unlawful, court rules
    …Amongst the arguments from the group’s lawyers was that Bloomfield had to consider the Bill of Rights in his decisions. This question was taken out of the wider review and considered on its own by the High Court.

    Under the Bill of Rights, anyone can refuse medical treatment. Fluoride opponents have long argued that mandatory fluoridation breaches that right.

    The Supreme Court, however, has previously ruled that councils are allowed to fluoridate and that doing so is a justifiable limit on that right.

    On Bloomfield’s behalf, the Crown argued that nothing had changed since that decision, and requiring such weighty considerations for discretionary decisions would “unnecessarily complicate and encumber administrative decision-making at all levels of government”, the decision said.
    If breaches of the Bill of Rights were found, the courts could step in, the Crown argued.
    The court disagreed.
    In his decision, Justice Paul Radich found that decision-makers were required to show they had considered the Bill of Rights in decisions that touched upon it…

    “It should be perceived as a positive and integral part of a society in which fundamental rights are defined and cannot be limited arbitrarily.”
    Press Release: Fluoride Free New Zealand
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~

    * “Uh-oh, Chongo!” – derivation
    Danger Island (TV series)
    Danger Island is a live-action adventure serial produced by Hanna-Barbera and originally broadcast in 1968–69 as a segment of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour….

    • @Steve Smith

      You could be right, I have been feeling intuitively that significant changes in solar and Earth’s geomagnetic activity are worth paying attention to and taking steps to prepare for as best we can.

      I think a large CME would likely result in mass starvation of many city dwelling centralized system dependent everyday humans, some plutocrats likely have EMP hardened facilities ready for that but most governments and military assets would also be crippled (at least here in Canada I know that for sure as I talked to an electronic warfare specialist form the Armed Forces about what kind of EMP hardened tech our forces have). He said (to the best of his knowledge) that only a handful of key facilities have shielding for some of their equipment but most of their assets would be rendered unusable if a Carrington Event or larger CME was to happen.

      What is your take on the prospect of a CME that big? Would you see it as God’s way to rain in the technological hubris and industrial mass destruction of humanity? Just an unfortunate fluke? Some part of a biblical prophesy? or something else all together?

      Thanks for the comment.

      • “What is your take on the prospect of a CME that big?”

        I’m convinced that the Electric Universe theory is valid and that Ben Davidson is right about the disaster cycles throughout history.
        Not that I’m qualified to talk about the science. It just seems to make sense.
        So I take the prospect seriously while knowing that there is absolutely nothing I can do about it.
        Ben has discussed the various geographical locations where survival is more and less likely. But I’m too old to move.

        “Would you see it as God’s way to rain in the technological hubris and industrial mass destruction of humanity?”

        I’m not going to pretend to know more about what God thinks or how He operates than what is revealed to me through His Word. But I could certainly understand how God might feel that He needs to rein in humanity in many respects.
        My feeling is that an omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent creator of everything that exists is perfectly capable, and has the prerogative to use whatever means He choose to enact His will and achieve His ends.
        After all, God works in mysterious ways.

        “Just an unfortunate fluke?”

        I don’t tend to believe in flukes and coincidences.
        I do believe in cycles.

        “Some part of a biblical prophesy?”

        Could be I suppose. Some folks can find anything they are looking for in the Bible if it fits their thinking. But sometimes you can only recognize prophecy when you see it in the rear view mirror.
        Just like the first century Jews who were followers of Christ had such a hard time wrapping their heads around the idea that their messiah had to die. Even though their Bible alluded and implied a “suffering savior”, there are no Old Testament verses or passages that directly tie the suffering servant to the sacrificial messiah.
        For obvious reasons.
        We can put the pieces of the mosaic together only because we have the New Testament. They didn’t.

        That said, I don’t see any specific prophecy being fulfilled with something like a CME or a magnetic pole shift. Just a small part of the big picture.

        “or something else all together?”

        What else could it be that controls the sun and the planets but God?

        • Thanks for the thoughtful response Steve

          Well I suppose striving to invest one’s time, choices and attention in acts of kindness, compassion, creativity, honesty, tending to the living Earth, having solid low tech steel tools, developing hands on skills, saving heirloom seeds, preserving food and medicine (with low tech methods such as fermentation) and sharing the abundance to develop a reciprocal rapport with people in one’s local community is a safe bet whether or not the pole shifts or the entire technological infrastructure of our civilization is crippled so I will just keep on doing what I am doing either way.

          I hope you have an enjoyable (and C.M.E. free weekend) 🙂

    • The 12500 years (destruction) cycle is mentioned in various sources I have been running into during the years. It just keeps coming over and over and has to do with the great procession.

      The last instance of such an event is often projected to have happened some 10000 years before Christ. Totalling some 12000 yaers ago, intimating that the cycle end is at foot.

      There is a lot of macro evidence for a great flood like event accross this world of ours. Randall Carson, among others, shows this in detail. We are talking about marks left behind miles wide extremely violent bodies of moving water. They can be clearly seen in west Africa and the US, from an appropriate altitude. The desert areas really give it away.

      I would say that this proof is absolutely incontrovertible.

      I often wonder what would be left behind our pathetic civilisation if such an event would transpire. I mean past whatever was built by civilisations (wrong word, but I am not aware of a better one) that predated the calamity some 12000 years ago.

      Would any future generations even be aware that we existed? Would they know we were mortified over things that we could only assume existed? Would they know we got extremely upset over people points of view? Would they know we spent our lives in front of boxes with moving pixels on them?

      I can only hope some of our magnificent art and especially writing makes it through. And that video of Gates getting a pie to the face. Most everything else should be annihilated, anyhow.

  39. I think I found the CONNECTIONS BBC doc which is super long but super worth watching….basically the “History of everything” in technology.

    From Wikipedia
    “….Connections is a science education television series created, written, and presented by British science historian James Burke…. It took an interdisciplinary approach to the history of science and invention, and demonstrated how various discoveries, scientific achievements, and historical world events were built from one another successively in an interconnected way to bring about particular aspects of modern technology. The series was noted for Burke’s crisp and enthusiastic presentation (and dry humour), historical re-enactments, and intricate working models…..”

  40. Exploring the art of story telling
    Creative artist: Hansen

    Music, script, visuals, narration and more…

    How the Manhattan Project put Fluoride in your Water Supply | Documentary
    32 minutes By Hansen – Dec 11, 2022 – Superb visual documentation

    Hansen has links to sources and to sheet music.
    November 2020 he started this channel and only has 5 videos.
    Hansen has skills!

  41. The link below is for this month’s poll in my Mirrors For The Mind, Heart and Soul series.

    Poll Of The Month: Are We Accidental Bio-Molecular Machines or Eternal Spiritual Beings Inhabiting Human Bodies?

    I would appreciate if anyone reading this would take time to go through the substack link vote and feel free to leave a comments elaborating on your views to promote discussion.

  42. Has anyone made an assessment of Osama bin Laden’s 2002 letter detailing the former al Qaeda leader’s justifications for attacks against Americans?

    Authentic? Why was it posted now? Why all the [fake?] reactions being posted on social media?

    You can find many links by searching for “letter to America bin Laden”.

    • Considering the entire Obama shtick was not authentic, why would the letter be seen as such? Does a man who dies 9 times even write letter?

      • I assume you meant Osama (not Obama).

        I need to refresh my memory of how Osama bin Laden was woven into the narrative back in 2001, but my first reaction to seeing the TikTok videos about this “letter to America” is the letter is fake and meant to prove his responsibility re 9/11, but now I wonder if it was meant to further polarize young Americans and others worldwide against the US. Why are young people finding this 20+ year old letter now? (Also wondering why I wasn’t aware of this letter until now?)

        • Maybe it’s just another distraction.

          Look over there, not at the incoming WHO tyranny, 5 in 50, CBDC, etc. Not to mention the US President entered into an agreement with CCP to limit US oil and gas production.

        • I tend to make spelling errors that seriously alter the meaning of what I was putting out 😀

          Anyway, the reason they are finding this now is probably due to the fact someone floated it on the networks.

  43. Thank James for the question!
    To me it is THE question, how to explain complex and framed stories as simple as most people would be able to decrypt it. I’ve tried to create video and picture slides to keep it at simple as people want follow but than I recognized the core problem, at least in my mother language (German) – the frame started much earlier and entered the words and cultural connection to words, phrases and their simple meanings. Ordinary people in my country are often less manipulated cause their language (slang) is less influenced and their life is more connected to reality. I need few minutes in a chat with f.e. most electricians to come to the point what is happening and to talk about solutions.
    By this experience I discovered a probably way to re-frame the “war against us story” and bring people to their first action: using language the right way, means using words in their orign sense, like our grannies or ancestors. Rebellion Music has the capability to it. My experience in my mother country GDR / East Germany was the same. There are rebellion music with smart lyrics that told everyone the true story but government couldn’t decrypt it, because they were covered in their own frame language.
    Since 2020 German musicians with rebellion blood have made HipHop peaces the way and especially the youth can understand the message.

    My answer to James’s question: I would start using only no-framed words and phrases and re-frame it by mother tongue words. I would spray rebellion music (often Hip Hop peaces) and let people listen to the lyrical message. And I support all musicians with brain and hart at the real place whom able to create such music to so more of it.

    Another way are art-pics like shown at thread intro – universal and simple.

  44. James and Cassie over at Media Monarchy were kind enough to invite me to do my first ever interview for my book recently!

    You can listen to the part where they include some sound bites recorded from the interview at time index 44:20 – 48:46 of this broadcast

    I am grateful to JEP and “Casbot” over at Media Monarchy for having me on their Book Smarts series and for their shout outs on their radio show over the last few months.

    Thank you to all you Corbetteers and Media Monarchy members who have purchased a copy of my book! 🙂 I feel grateful to be part of both communities which are filled with so many intelligent, integrous, determined and courageous individuals that are willing to take responsibility for their own lives by growing some of their own food and medicine at home. Every little bit counts (even if one lives in an apartment with no soil to grow in). Each step we take towards decentralizing our access to what we need to survive, be healthy and live a fulfilling life, breaks through another set of the shackles the powers that should not be intend to use to enslave you and me.

    If you have not checked out the excellent material over at Media Monarchy yet I highly suggest giving a listen to their broadcasts. JEP and Cassie have great taste in music, a discerning eye for pertinent news and events, great solutions based material in their members only network (as well as just a generally enjoyable way of weaving all those threads together).

    Thanks again, and I hope you have a great evening and a productive as well as peaceful weekend everyone! 🙂

    • Nice interview, Gavin! I appreciate your passion for, expertise in, and desire to share your knowledge of regenerative farming and wholesome food with Corbett Report and Media Monarchy members.

      I also appreciate your introducing me to JEP’s and Cassie’s show. Yes, after all these years, I’m finally making a point of listening to their hour of music and “pertinent news,” as you put it.

      Now I understand why JEP is always so on top of everything when he and the other James (the James this November Open Thread belongs to, come to think of it) do their NWNW show: It’s because he (JEP, that is) has been researching tons of interesting topics all week long.

      Oh, and Gavin, I have saved all your comments below and will make a point of looking, at least partially, at the videos and articles you brought to our attention. You’re right up there with JEP and JC when it comes to exploring subjects of interest to all of us and communicating what you’ve learned. Merci beaucoup.

      • @CQ

        Thanks! 🙂 I appreciate you taking the time to listen and comment.

        Yes JEP and Cassie are the best! I have been a member of Media Monarchy for a while now and have really been enjoying it and appreciating interacting with the community of intelligent and interesting people that interact on their website and forums (when I have time).

        If you would like to hear another segment of that audio interview, JEP and Cassie shared another sound bite from that interview in this episode of Morning Monarchy more recently (starting at time index 39:39)

        It is an audio clip where I talk about the practicality and importance of learning to preserve food via fermentation.

        Since JEP shared his own personal experience with sauerkraut and he was getting MM members excited about making sauerkraut I am gonna share the basic recipe from my recently published book on Substack soon as it is a great place to start for fermentation beginners (and turning a cabbage into sauerkraut is cheap even if you do not grow your own and requires little to no specialized equipment).

        I really appreciate the kind words and hope you will tune in to my monthly segments on Media Monarchy in the new year (I have yet to work out the schedule and exact details, but I can let you know once me and Cassie have that worked out if you like).

        Bienvenue, j’espère que tu passes une belle journée.

      • @CQ

        PS – Would you happen to be the person from Montréal that just ordered a copy of my book? 🙂

        I ask because if that was you, I would like to include a ‘bonus Corbett Report members heirloom seeds set’ in with the book before I send it out.

        I could include Amaranth seeds (as a nod to all you ‘subversive empire toppling gardeners’ in the crowd ) Tulsi seeds for increasing one’s health sovereignty and boycotting big pharma through growing medicine at home and other seeds that serve to empower subversive gardening practices, community building, forest gardening and medicine making in general 😉

        • Hi, Gavin, I wish I could say yes, but it’s not I who is your Montreal customer. Maybe you could tell them that a CR member asked you to please toss in some seeds in hopes they’ll consider becoming a subscriber (if they aren’t one already)!

          I love your work — for instance, I read your February Substack for the second time last night and picked up things I hadn’t seen in the first go-round — but I am NOT into gardening, cooking, nutrition or medicine.

          I store up large quantities of store-bought non-perishables (ALL ORGANIC!) that can be made quickly: pasta and pasta sauce, rice, mashed potatoes, frozen veggies, cranberry jelly. (Aside: Yesterday I was thrilled to find a delicious plant-based honey. The brand, Simple Truth, calls it “Bee-Free Honee.”)

          Hope you’re not cringing too much. Don’t worry, I refuse to buy Impossible Burgers and Beyond Beef — that is, any so-called lab-grown “meat” and anything remotely connected with Mr. Pie in the Face.

          • @CQ

            Thank you for the response.

            Darn my over active imagination and wishful thinking! I remember a while back I got an order from Tennessee from town called “Duckville” and I happened to be talking to the person who goes by the screen name “Duck” in these threads and I asked him if that was him ordering my book!! Can you imagine! That would have been quite a stretch if it was the case haha 🙂

            Alas, the box with the book destined for Quebec is already all sealed up (as my wife is gonna be heading to the post office tomorrow morning).

            I do like that idea though 🙂 I do have Corbettreport dot com listed in the suggested reading and regenerative resources section at the end of my book (and I listed the website underneath where I quoted James elsewhere in my book as well) but I do like the idea of randomly encouraging people to become CR members in some other additional way. I shall contemplate this with my ‘red pilling the unwitting masses through covert operations of kindness’ cap on. 😉

            Which February substack post are we talking about here? I updated a couple of those in the last little while.

            Your seemingly resolute and steadfast declaration that you are “NOT into gardening, cooking, nutrition or medicine.” has me curious to learn more. If you don’t mind me asking, why do you not have an interest in those things?

            Bee free honey eh? That is fascinating. My wife has an aversion to natural honey as she feels it is a product of enslaving the bees and stealing their lifeblood. I personally only buy honey from natural (no chemical) bee keepers who leave the bees with at least half of their own annual honey production each season, but my wife still thinks that is slavery and not fair so she tries to encourage me to stop buying even that type of honey. I`ll have to look into the brand you suggest, though, to be honest, I would be surprised if it offered the same health benefits and potential for preserving seasonal abundances (which raw honey does).

            Nope I am not cringing at all, I am just curious to learn more.

            Though I currently eat a mostly plant based diet, I am not into that lab grown and GMO laced fake meat stuff either, I make our own bean burgers using our garden harvests and create meat alternatives for other recipes using our shiitake and amaranth harvests.

            Thanks again for the thoughtful comment.

            • Hey again Gavin,

              The Substack I’m referring to describes (and shows photos of) lithium mines and cobalt mines. I don’t read the CR threads as faithfully as I should, so I guess I missed your other updated articles.

              For your wife: Here are the ingredients in the Kroger Simple Truth Plant-Based Bee Free Honee: Agave Nectar, Brewed Chamomile Tea, Cane Sugar, Apple Juice, Certified Gluten-Free Beer (water, millet, buckwheat, yeast, & hops), and Natural Flavors. It’s also GMO-free. Being (or bee-ing!) only 8 oz., the plastic jar of honee is probably inexpensive to ship across the border. It has a rich texture and a taste that rivals the store-bought honey brands I ate before I went vegan in early 2000.

              And guess what, Gavin: This site explains how to order/ship Kroger products from the US to Canada: (The write-up was published last December, so it should still be accurate.)

              As for why I sound so adamantly opposed to growing my own food, it’s simply a matter of prioritizing my time. Yes, I want the “fuel” I use to power my body to be pesticide-free, GMO-free, chemtrails-free, and animal-friendly. And, yes, I don’t support monoculture crops, if I can help it. But other than those criteria, there are so many other interests that appeal to me more and that I devote my days to.

              That said, Gavin, I, CQ, 1,000% support you in spirit — your gardens and recipes, your love of nature’s beauty and bounty, and your intelligent, eloquent writing on important-to-individuals-and-thus-to-the-world topics! 🙂

              • @CQ

                Ahh the lithium and cobalt mining devastation, that must have been my article on the rise of anthropocentrism.

                I have published another few articles focusing on raising awareness regarding the lithium mining side of things (and how those mining operations are impacting and will continue to impact the people living in Ontario, Quebec and anywhere that gets their water from the Great Lakes) in a series called Befriending The Boreal. Here is the intro post to the series if you want to learn more: (if you scroll down to the bottom of that post I have the three installments of that series which I have published thus far linked).

                Thank you for the info on the vegan honey alternative product. It makes sense they would add beer to the mix as honey bees are actually some of the Earth’s most ancient and skilled brew masters themselves. They use specialized yeast and beneficial bacterial strains to inoculate the nectar they collect from flowers in order to ferment and desiccate it to create honey. I can see why those who have compassion for all beings would not like the idea of stealing 90% plus of the results of the bees hard work each year (which is what most bee keeping operations do) but I suppose I feel that if one lives with a relative degree of mutual symbiosis with the bees, offering them an increased degree of protection against predation and supplementary/optimal food sources of managed diverse flower plantings near the nests, than taking some honey (not most and not all) is part of a type of reciprocal relationship that involved respect and a give and take dynamic. I do respect those that do not agree with me, it is just how I view things at this time, but I am open to expanding my understanding and shifting that perspective if new information or awareness comes into my realm.


              • (Continued from above..)

                Thank you for elaborating on why you are opposed to growing your own food. I suppose one of the main potential downsides I can see to that from an emergency preparedness perspective is that once your non-perishable food reserves run out (in the case of a serious long term natural/manmade emergency or disruption in supply lines, or overt technocratic attack on human decency involving social credit scores and CBDC tyranny) you are then vulnerable to having to fight for scraps along side other people who have not chosen to cultivate food growing/preserving skills.

                There are some other reasons I think the choice to grow some of one’s own food is important (even if it is just a little bit in a window sill or balcony) and I shared them in this substack article if you want to learn more, but I will not go into a big spiel here as you have made your preference and perspective clear and I do not claim to know what is best or ‘right’ for others on their path.

                I honor your choice to refrain from buying chemical laden food and admire your compassion for our fellow beings on this Earth (through your choice to refrain from eating animal products).

                What are your thoughts on the concept of plants as conscious beings? And if you do acknowledge them as living, sensing, intending beings, how do you think we (as heterotrophs) can best go about attaining the nourishment we need from plants/fungi in a way that involves reverence and respect?

                Thank you for the kind words about my writing, I really appreciate your comments and I feel that you brighten up these comment threads with your kind and compassionate nature. Thank you for being you.

              • Well, speaking for myself, Gavin, I think you’re probably more of an asset to the bees than I am, because you’re ensuring they have lots of blossoms to alight on and to make nectar from (if that’s the right way to put it in bee-ology!).

                It must be hard for you to write about and post photos of the beautiful woodland animals, knowing that their homes are being pillaged for industry that is not only needless but harmful to all life.

                Your love for all living beings shines through your every word and is clearly behind everything you research and every action you take.

                As for plants, yes, I’m sure they think and feel and respond on some level. I’d also like to think that they are here to share the fruits of their labor — their harvest — with us. I mean, if I were an apple tree, a tomato plant, a corn stalk or a barley field, I’d want my produce to help inhabitants of the so-called animal kingdom thrive. What would be the point of spending weeks watching my gifts ripen only to fall off and rot, unseen, unused, unappreciated?

                Oh, one more thing: I agree with you that whatever position we take on a subject is simply our current thinking. We’re always free to change our mind if circumstances warrant or if we’re intuitively guided to do something different. Hey, maybe I’ll develop an itch to be a indoor grower of garden goodies. My parents both loved working in their respective flower and vegetable gardens, so ya never know! (I’m remembering that sweet crunchy corn and zesty zucchini and those tasty tomatoes and cool cukes as I type . . . .)

                Gavin, it’s been great listening to you, learning from you, and corresponding with you, thanks to our accommodating host, Monsieur Corbett.

              • @CQ

                It is hard for me to write and post photos of the beautiful wildlife in the Boreal Forest (knowing what is happening there and planned to happen to that place), but I feel an obligation to stand up and speak up for these beings given what I know. Thank you for your compassion and empathy.

                I really appreciate your kind words about my works and I will continue to strive to let the love that is in my heart shine through in my writing and photography. I do love this living Earth and all her diverse inhabitants very much and I see such untapped potential in one of the younger, wayward and unruly inhabitants of this beautiful planet Earth (human beings).

                Each day I pray to God for guidance on how I can best serve to be an agent of regeneration that helps to facilitate the healing of our human family and invites them to unlock their untapped potential. I trust and have faith that those who choose courage over complacency, kindness over apathy and integrity over greed will have opportunities to unlock their unique God given gifts, find communities of like minded kindred spirits, weather the storm ahead and emerge on the other side ready to plant the seeds for something beautiful to set down roots.

                “I mean, if I were an apple tree, a tomato plant, a corn stalk or a barley field, I’d want my produce to help inhabitants of the so-called animal kingdom thrive. What would be the point of spending weeks watching my gifts ripen only to fall off and rot, unseen, unused, unappreciated?”

                Well said, indeed, those plants you listed have a biological imperative to make their seeds (and/or what surrounds/incases their seeds) appealing as food to mammals and other beings who (in a natural setting) help in the dispersal, germination and fertilization of their seeds.

                There are of course other plants that humans eat which (in an industrial agriculture setting) are typically harvested as food before they go to seed, which, I imagine (if we are talking about them as conscious beings) would prefer not to be eaten before they can reproduce. I grow and harvest some of those types of plants but I make a point of thanking those plants with my words and my energy for the nourishment they provide when I harvest them. I also strive to live by the covenant of the Honorable Harvest (for more info: ).

                Thanks for sharing the heart warming memories about zesty zucchini and those tasty tomatoes and cool cukes 🙂 I hope you do give growing a little something a try, I personally find just the act of watching something grow and helping it along to be nourishing to my being in and of itself.

                I enjoy our correspondence as well. Thanks for the thoughtful comment.

    • “Security experts are blaming Israel’s government for Saturday’s invasion in which Muslim forces from Gaza massacred over 1,200 Israelis and kidnapped at least one hundred hostages.

      So far no investigations have been launched into how the invaders were able to cross Israel’s heavily fortified border unimpeded, nor why it took Israel’s highly trained security forces over six hours to respond to calls for help.

      Since 2005, when Israel expelled all Jewish residents from Gaza and ceded the territory to Muslims, Israel has been building sophisticated defense systems along the border. Foreseeing a possible above-ground invasion, Israel spent $220 million to develop an advanced security system “with no margin of error.”

      This includes barbed wire fences and a 23-foot high wall. Motion sensors are embedded in the ground along the electronic fences, which are accompanied by watchtowers armed with remote-control machine guns. The border is also patrolled by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, and Humvees operated by highly trained troops. Hundreds of night-vision cameras placed along the border constantly transmit to command centers which are operational 24/7.

      Also deployed along the Gaza border is at least one semi-autonomous robotic vehicle called the Jaguar, equipped with dozens of cameras, sensors, transmitters and a 7.62mm MAG machine gun. The Jaguar sports a remote-controlled PA system and can self-destruct if captured by the enemy.

      To stave off underground invasions, a 40-mile-long underground “smart fence” equipped with hundreds of AI-powered cameras, radar, and other sensors. The fence can detect infiltration by sea and is connected to a remote-controlled weapons system. One hundred and forty thousand tons of steel and concrete were reportedly used to build the barrier.”

      Read More here:

      • Another perspective :

        “One of the many, many things that sucks about all this is knowing that when there is a violent retaliation for Israel’s actions in Gaza which kills Israeli civilians, Israel will look up with Bambi-eyed innocence and say “What did we ever do to them?? We just want to live in peace!”

        And the entire western press will amplify the same message. They’ll once again frame it as an “unprovoked” attack and say there’s “no justification” for what was done, frame every conversation as though history began on the day of that attack, and demand that everyone who wants to say anything critical of Israel first preface that criticism with an adequately forceful condemnation of a small group of militants on the other side of the world who have nothing to do with the person who is speaking.”


  45. “The Palestinians are human laboratory rats to the Israeli military, intelligence services and arms and technology industries. Israel’s drones, surveillance technology — including spyware, facial recognition software and biometric gathering infrastructure — along with smart fences, experimental bombs and AI-controlled machine guns, are tried out on the captive population in Gaza, often with lethal results. These weapons and technologies are then certified as “battle tested” and sold around the world.

    Israel is the 10th biggest arms dealer on the planet and sells its technology and weapons to an estimated 130 nations, including military dictatorships in Asia and Latin America. Israeli weapons sales totalled $12.5 billion last year. Its close relationship with these military, internal security, surveillance, intelligence-gathering and law enforcement agencies, explains the fulsome support Israel’s allies give to its genocidal campaign in Gaza. When Colombian President Gustavo Petro refused to condemn the Oct. 7 attack by Palestinian resistance groups as a “terrorist attack” and said “terrorism is killing innocent children in Palestine,” Israel immediately halted all sales of defense and security equipment to Colombia. This global cabal, dedicated to permanent war and keeping its populations monitored and controlled, has hundreds of billions of dollars a year in sales. These technologies are cementing into place a supranational corporate totalitarianism, a world where populations are enslaved in ways that past totalitarian regimes could only imagine.

    The genocidal assault on Gaza is another chapter in the century-long ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians by the Israeli settler colonial project. It is accompanied, as is true for all settler colonial projects, by the theft of natural resources, land, water and the natural gas in the Gaza Marine fields, 20 nautical miles off the coast of Gaza, which could contain up to 1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.”


    • Camille, it would seem Mr. Lederman and his fellow execs transposed two letters in their company’s name by mistake. Surely they meant “Toxin” instead of “Tonix”?

      Thanks for uploading!

    A picture for Jamiesan, MBP and CQ
    Well, it is fall here in the middle southwest. The IPCC says this can’t happen and not to believe your lying eyes.
    Come on MBP, come back and tell us what we got right or wrong. You always got something to say, dontcha?
    Well the sky fell and everything got the colour. Welcome to Oklahoma.

    • Thanks GBW. Wonderful time of year!
      Me too…I miss ManBearPig NoSoapRadio.

      Just last night, I found out that there had been some gold/silver mines in Oklahoma, near where I was born, in the Wichita Mountains of the southwest Oklahoma/Lawton area. That area has some granite/rhyolite. Geronimo spent the last years of his life living in that area. He liked that Fire Water, and that pretty much is what put him into the earth.

    • Sorry, GBW, I didn’t catch up with this thread ’til tonight. Thanks for including me in your invite to see the photo. (Yeah, I, too, miss MBP/NSR a lot. I hope she is doing well, wherever she is.)

      GBW, what’s wrong with me? I can’t figure out what the photo is of . . . and why the IPCC would insist “this” can’t happen. What “this” are you referring to? Through the trees, I see a reddish sunset. Clearly I’m missing something. But what?

      Maybe HRS can explain it to me in his plainspoken Texan English (Tex-lish?) . . .

      • CQ, You have nothing to be sorry for. I was being snarky about the IPCC. Their narrative is “we are doomed” so their intervention is needed to secure that beautiful outcome their control can offer.
        This valley is not designed. It is beautiful by and of it’s self. It is protected from all the IPCC’s crazy prog-nasty-actions by its own force of nature. I know you know the source of that force. Oh and by the way, it’s dawn and the light is pure colour. The trees just seemed happy to have the light. We don’t need “bodies of politic to define beauty”. They lie. We have so many things before us that we can be thankful for. Our eyes for one, and the knowledge of what’s beautiful. Blow this picture up and look at the fabric that stitches this picture together. Every inch to the very whole is beautiful.

        • Wow, GBW, I’m glad I didn’t pretend to “get it” before, because your explanation of what you meant is beautiful and rings true.

          I’m laughing at your clever “prog-nasty-actions” and at my confusing sunrise with sunset. But mostly I’m smiling admiringly at your ability to make a few simple statements about life and light and color and beauty and truth — statements that the IPCC folks and their ilk will never understand ’til they stop being sellouts.

          I’d like to think MBP is happily reading our exchanges on JC’s threads (haha, speaking of “the fabric that stitches . . . together”) even if she can’t respond right now. Surely she feels the love.

  47. War is Always Justified

    “….Both sides in the Gaza conflict believe they are right. Hamas and the Israeli government both justify acts of carnage. So it has always been, and so it shall ever be. To end it, we have to appeal to something outside of what is justified, who is right, and who is wrong.

    Force me to speak in terms of right and wrong, and I would say, yes, it is wrong to kill 4500 children in a bombing campaign. I would say it is wrong to kidnap and murder innocent festival-goers and children in a kibbutz. I do not mean to establish the two sides as equivalent here. I understand well the assymetrical dynamics of oppressor and oppressed. If forced to, I could tell you which side I think is wronger or righter than the other. I am fully capable of understanding each side’s logic and adjudge one or the other more valid. But like many of you, I am sick of being asked to pitch my tent in one camp or another.

    I am unwillng to do that, and it is not because, sheltered by my circumstances and privilege, I have the luxury of not taking sides. I am unwilling because I want to see the violence end, and that means that people are going to have to stop doing what they think is justified.

    I repeat: for there to be peace, people are going to have to stop doing what they think is justified.

    If I am on a side, it is the side of peace…..”

    • Me gusta, this kind of PC is something many of us could get really used to real fast.

    • Well, looks like the new president is going to fit right in.

      “Milei’s decision to make Israel his first official state visit underscores the significance he places on Israel as a global partner. The visit is expected to cover a range of topics such as economic cooperation, cultural exchanges, and discussions on regional security and stability. Milei’s choice implies a commitment to strengthening international diplomacy and an acknowledgement of the importance of Israel in global affairs.”

      • How unfortunate. I was similarly disappointed in RFK Jr. and other major political players who had been so outspoken about the Covid tyranny but okay with Israel’s tyranny and genocide (against their own citizens and their neighbors). I mean how hypocritical. Did they forget all about the forced jabs and green pass and the involvement in building the slavery grid (supported by “leftists”)?

        I guess if someone wants to be in politics, they have to play the game which seems to necessarily include selling ones integrity.

        I think some of these types of people believe that they can smooth things over, or appease interests while acting in the benefit of the people they represent. I used to think this is why politicians made contradictory statements.

        • If Milei gets up in Netanyahu’s grill and tells him that he is a murderous psychopath I will reassess my opinion. But as it stands, he is a globalist puppet and an advocate of genocide.

          I would be disappointed and disillusioned if I weren’t already so cynical.

        • cu.h.j says:
          ” I was similarly disappointed in RFK Jr. and other major political players who had been so outspoken about the Covid tyranny but okay with Israel’s tyranny and genocide (against their own citizens and their neighbors). “

          I agree.
          The value of Robert F Kennedy’s overall messaging fell into the toilet with his stance on Israel. It polluted the entire bucket.

          • Yeah, unfortunately it did. Netanyahu sold “his” people to Pfizer. He is completely and utterly corrupt (a monstrous psychopath) and not even loyal to his so called constituents, similar to Trump.

            It compromises the integrity of the “health freedom movement”

            One cannot support war and genocide and support a psychopath and be pro liberty at the same time. People know this.

          • People value integrity, even the most “normie” type of people, in their hearts. If someone has any shred of conscience, they appreciate integrity. It is a rare finding, especially among political leaders. I’m surprised RFK Jr. did not understand the value of this.

          • I think we’ll have to take what we can get in this climate. RFK did broach many topics others won’t touch with a 10 foot pole.

            His Isreal stance is probably well aligned with what the media fed dolts think, so no harm done there.

            What leaves me curious is whether RFK really believes this Israel nonsense or he’s just playing the game. Not sure which would be worse.

  48. Dangerous Insanity…Genetically Modified Mammoths to fight Climate Change.

    November 16 – By Andrew Norsworthy
    Dallas Company Begins Resurrecting Mammoth

    Dallas-based Colossal Biosciences has officially begun bringing the wooly mammoth back from extinction.

    The company’s DFW-area labs have already begun the process, reported NBC 5 DFW.

    Scientists plan to combine the DNA of present-day elephants with DNA salvaged from the ancient species to accomplish the task.

    Scientists plan to use genome editing to alter the DNA of an Asian elephant until it essentially copies that of a wooly mammoth. Matt James, chief animal officer for Colossal, told NBC 5 that the DNA of the current-day Asian elephant is 99.6% similar to that of recovered samples of wooly mammoth DNA.

    “We are creating technology that’s going to change tomorrow with de-extinction but what’s amazing is that those technologies are making a difference to endangered species conservation today,” said James, per NBC 5.

    Colossal’s lab in Deep Ellum is already creating artificial wombs where wooly mammoth embryos could be incubated.

    If successful, scientists would then work to reintroduce the species back into the wild. Researchers at Colossal believe that reintroducing the creatures to the wild would also help restore the planet’s climate.

    “In the case of the cold-tolerant elephant mammoth hybrid specifically, rewilding equates to the reintroduction of a large cold-tolerant mammal grazer to the tundra regions of the Earth,” says the company on its website.

    “By stirring up the ice-locked surfaces of the landscape, stomping out thin, low-oxygen trees, and exposing healthy, carbon-trapping grasses, Mammoth populations will begin immediately restoring the tundra’s role as a climate protector and balancer of greenhouse gases.”…

    …Colossal has set a 2028 completion date for the endeavor.

    The wooly mammoth is just one of many extinct species that Colossal hopes to bring back to life. The company announced earlier this year in February that it also intends to revive the dodo bird species, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

    • I guess this improved version will be equipped with a fart tank.

    • I think part of it is chemical. There are hormone disruptors in the water and food supply. Coupled with the mind control and other chemical suppressants like fluoride in the water people are much more malleable than they would be otherwise.

      Human beings like other natural life forms are very susceptible to hormone disruption. I bet many human beings are lacking in testosterone these days. Even women. Testosterone is a necessary hormone for both sexes.

      • You may be right that there are many contributing factors.
        And as I am sure you know, my personal opinion is that there is only one real solution to the problem(s).
        A solution that I understand is a fantasy to expect to come about anytime soon.

        I love to read your optimistic and obviously caring and sincere comments. And I honestly wish that I could share that positivity. And in truth, I actually do. Just not for the short term.

        I believe that someday humans will not be enslaved by their carnal nature and they will have a relationship with their creator. They will finally have the natures they were meant to have.
        They will be motivated to live moral lives perfectly aligned and in balance with all of creation because of the gratitude and love they feel for their existence.

        Sadly though human nature doesn’t change itself. It takes the same power to recreate a human nature as it does to create it in the first place.
        I guess that is kind of what Jesus meant about having to be born again.
        Instead of having a human nature trying to navigate the miraculous adventure of life in this universe solo, having a relationship with God means you are in-dwelt with His Spirit as a personal guide and counselor. (As well as many other benefits).
        It will happen someday but it will be painful and mankind will fight it all the way. Just our nature.

        In the meantime, I’m very glad that most people do try to live moral lives guided by their consciences. I’m glad that there are conscientious, kind folks like you around to help ward off some of the evil that others perpetuate.
        And I would hate it if my cynical and borderline pessimistic outlook affected you negatively.
        Because the truth is that I’m very optimistic of the same happy result for humanity as yours, but by a radically different source. The original one.
        I just haven’t seen any evidence that we’re capable of fixing ourselves and actually have seen the amazing results of letting God do it instead.

        • Some people just need a bit of a wake up call to appreciate what they have. Basic things like having food and shelter and the ability to walk and talk are often taken for granted.

          I remember when I was a kid and was hit by a car and survived intact. I am extremely lucky and very grateful to be alive and not in a wheelchair. It really put things in perspective for me.

          I don’t think you are particularly pessimistic or else you probably wouldn’t even listen to JC’s content.

          I think a diversity of thought is very important for innovation including solving our predicament. It takes optimists and pessimists and those in between.

          • Isn’t their some saying “God helps those who help themselves” or something like that.

            • “Isn’t their some saying “God helps those who help themselves” or something like that.”

              Yes. It is supposedly attributed to Benjamin Franklin. It is certainly not from the Bible.

        • There is nothing about human nature that needs to change.

          People are not stupid due to their nature. People are not ignorant because of their nature. People don’t understand human nature due to human nature.

          People do not understand human nature and many other aspects of humanity and the world we are living in because they had a broken upbringing founded in lies and nonsense.

          The matter that is most resistant to change in this world is neither diamond nor granite but false belief.

          Ignorance is the scourge of our existance. There is nothing in human nature that is either good or bad, it is perfectly neutral.

          • “There is nothing about human nature that needs to change.”
            “Ignorance is the scourge of our existance. There is nothing in human nature that is either good or bad, it is perfectly neutral.”

            Everyone is entitled to their own opinions certainly, but biblically speaking, there is a lot wrong with our human nature.
            But of course it is in our nature to be very resistant to that view.

            One verse among many from the Bible that refers to human nature.

            Mark 7:21-23 ESV

            For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness. All these evil things come from within, and they defile a person.”

            Here is a Christian cop’s opinion on the subject.

            “Even before I was a Christian, I recognized the innately fallen nature of humans. If you are a parent, you also have some empirical evidence from which to draw. You know you don’t have to teach your infant to be selfish, impatient, rude and self-serving. Infants must be taught to be just the opposite; goodness is not an innate quality of humans. We don’t come into the world with this type of disposition. We must be taught how to love, how to think beyond our own needs and desires, how to share and appreciate others. Do you remember the experiment you studied in high school in which monkeys were taken from their mothers and raised without any personal contact, comfort or love? How did they turn out? They were sociopaths; angry, evil and dangerous. This was, in fact, their base nature unless they were taught to be something different.”


            • Oh yes, these are exactly the topics that are subject of this duscussion. Sensuality, sexual immorality, pride, foolishness. Yes, spot on.

              • Which discussion are you referring to?
                I thought we were discussing human nature. No?

              • In the context of humanity’s ailments, getting horny at times is nothing but a welcome change of pace.

                Granted, sexuality is part of the “human nature” package, unlike stupidity, ignorance, the bad and the good.

              • “In the context of humanity’s ailments, getting horny at times is nothing but a welcome change of pace.

                Granted, sexuality is part of the “human nature” package, unlike stupidity, ignorance, the bad and the good.”.

                You’re issue isn’t with me. Its with the Word of God. I didn’t write it. I just study and believe it.

              • You almost sound like an order follower. Yikes.

              • “You almost sound like an order follower. Yikes.”

                If that is what you call believers in Jesus Christ, then I suppose I am.
                But He doesn’t issue orders afaik.

              • No, this is what I referred to you, specifically.

                You are separating yourself from the words that you espouse by saying “it wasn’t me, it’s someone else”.

                That is similar to what order followers do, with the big difference being that they take action based on stuff other people say.

              • “No, this is what I referred to you, specifically.

                You are separating yourself from the words that you espouse by saying “it wasn’t me, it’s someone else”.

                That is similar to what order followers do, with the big difference being that they take action based on stuff other people say.”

                I have no idea what your point is. You’ve entirely lost me.
                I haven’t and wouldn’t “separate” myself from the words that I espouse”, by which I assume you mean distance myself from the truth of God’s word. But perhaps you mean something different. I’m honestly not sure.
                The fact is that I try to live, to the very best of my ability, by the exhortations, (not orders), that are expressed in the Bible.

                And again, I’ve no idea what you’re implying by your last sentence.
                Perhaps you’re implying that I’m a hypocrite and that I don’t live by the truth I read in the Bible. I’m totally baffled as to what your point is.
                It sounds like you’ve saying that I don’t take action??

                At this point I’m pretty sure, based on previous interactions, that you will ignore this or respond tersely in frustration or anger so I don’t expect to be informed as to what you’re actually thinking and trying to communicate to me. But I honestly would love to be pleasantly surprised by seeing you reiterate your point in more coherent terms.

                Since I doubt that you will do that however, I’ll just state for the record that I’m probably more antithetical to, at least what I, and I presume most reasonable people would define as an order follower, as anyone you’re likely to know.
                I could list many proofs, but since I’m not likely to convince you of that, I’ll not spend my time attempting to.

  49. Happy American Thanksgiving to all. I wish everyone a prosperous rest of the year.

    • Thank you! Have a happy Thanksgiving as well.

  50. I am thankful to God for the temporary cease fire and pray it becomes permanent.

    Warvangelicals, Dispensationalism, and Israel
    By Laurence M. Vance

    “Most of my readers know that I am, unapologetically, a theologically conservative Christian, but perhaps not all of them realize that I am also a dispensationalist. But I am not just any run-of-the-mill dispensationalist. I am a scholastic dispsensationalist in the tradition of John F. Walvoord, Lewis Sperry Chafer, Charles C. Ryrie, Dwight Pentecost, and Alva J. McClain. I have a whole shelf of books in my library with all of the major and minor works on dispensationalism, including books critical of dispensationalism like that of my late friend Gary North. I also write for the Journal of Dispensational Theology. My dispensationalist bona fides are well known, and should be contrasted with the pop dispensationalism of Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye, Jerry Jenkins, and John Hagee that sees everything that happens in the Middle East as somehow related to biblical prophecy.

    The current events in the Middle East are the impetus for this brief article, but I could have said what I am going to say anytime during the last twenty years that I have been writing about the subject of Christianity and war.
    Many conservative Christians are dispensationalists (or at least they claim to be or think they are or others think they are). Many more conservative Christians blindly support U.S. wars and military interventions and almost everything that the state of Israel does. It is a mistake to blame this on dispensationalism.

    Speaking as a dispensationalist—

    There is nothing about dispensationalism that would lead me to confound the government of Israel with the people of Israel.

    There is nothing about dispensationalism that would lead me to support collective punishment by Israel.

    There is nothing about dispensationalism that would lead me to support indiscriminate bombing by Israel……..”

  51. Happy Thanksgiving. I hope everyone has a good day with their loved ones filled with joy.

    I am grateful for JC’s brilliant work and to know that there are people out there who model what humanity could be when they express empathy, creativity and determination and higher consciousness.

    Of course I am also grateful to be in a healthy body with all of my sensory faculties, functioning limbs and (most of the time) functioning mind.

    I don’t understand why the world works the way it does, that there are vast differences in pain and suffering and innocent people who are dying and in pain while I am warm and comfortable and there is nothing I can do to ease their suffering. Nevertheless, I am still grateful for what I have and it does not diminish the good that exists in the world.

  52. My partner felt inspired this evening to record an old anti-war song for his YouTube channel so I’m sharing it here. Powerful message.

    He’s five-foot-two and he’s six-feet-four
    He fights with missiles and with spears
    He’s all of thirty-one and he’s only seventeen
    He’s been a soldier for a thousand years

    He’s a Catholic, a Hindu, an Atheist, a Jain
    A Buddhist, and a Baptist and a Jew
    And he knows he shouldn’t kill
    And he knows he always will kill
    You for me my friend and me for you

    And he’s fighting for Canada
    He’s fighting for France
    He’s fighting for the USA
    And he’s fighting for the Russians
    And he’s fighting for Japan
    And he thinks we’ll put an end to war this way

    And he’s fighting for democracy
    He’s fighting for the Reds
    He says it’s for the peace of all
    He’s the one who must decide
    Who’s to live and who’s to die
    And he never sees the writing on the wall

    But without him how would Hitler have condemned him at Dachau
    Without him Caesar would’ve stood alone
    He’s the one who gives his body as the weapon of the war
    And without him, all this killing can’t go on

    He’s the universal soldier and he really is to blame
    His orders come from far away no more
    They come from him and you and me
    And brothers, can’t you see
    This is not the way we put an end to war?

    Buffy Sainte-Marie 1963

    • What a great condensed video full of basic information that I agree with. It’s good not to hate entire demographics of people because there are always good people in any demographic.

  53. I am announcing a new substack series (which will eventually get compiled and formatted into my next book)

    𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐜𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐅𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬 𝐢𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐆𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐧, 𝐅𝐨𝐨𝐝 𝐅𝐨𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐌𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐜𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐂𝐚𝐛𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐭 : 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐑𝐞𝐠𝐞𝐧𝐞𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐞 𝐖𝐚𝐲 𝐅𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐒𝐞𝐞𝐝 𝐓𝐨 𝐀𝐩𝐨𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐜𝐚𝐫𝐲

    Unlike my first book (which predominantly covered annual/biannual food crops) this series (which will become the foundation for my next book) will place an emphasis on exploring the medicinal gifts of trees and perennials which have great potential to become central supporting members in a functioning forest ecosystem that offers habitat, sanctuary as well forage for pollinators and self-perpetuating soil building dynamics (which simultaneously provides medicine and food for humans). I will cover species that many would not typically think of with regards to Food Forest Design (some of which I have already written about, such as Pine, Spruce, Fir, and Larch) as well as others such as Gingko, Oak, Maple and Tulip Trees.

    I will also explore food and medicine plants which often grow abundantly in the wild (aka “weeds”) which can easily be propagated and encouraged to set up shop as valuable understory and/or effective ‘edge effect’ members of a Food Forest design (many of which have a long history of use by the Indigenous people’s of Turtle Island, such as Elderberry, Echinacea, Yarrow, Stinging Nettle, Staghorn Sumac and Cattails.

    • Hey Gavin.

      After being somewhat incited by Joe Plummer I have started delving into the matter of setting up a locally operated “privateGPT”.

      The first book I had it “digest” was, wouldn’t you know it, “Recipes for reciprocity” by you truly. I was asking it about some recipes, amaranth, how to grow stuff and the spiel sounded believable, but after checking its source reference one can spot inaccuracies. When you ask about those inaccuracies, it apologizes profusely. And error is not an error if nobody checks, right?

      But anyway, I proceeded to ask it “who is Gavin Mounsey” and it didn’t know, as it does not have access to www and you are not a sufficiently known “public figure”, or so it tells me. After I told it that you are the author of aforementioned book, it provided the following:

      I apologize for the confusion earlier. Gavin Mounsey is indeed an author and he has written a book called "Recipes for Reciprocity: The Regenerative Way from Seed to Table".

      Gavin Mounsey is a regenerative agriculture consultant, educator, and author who specializes in helping farmers and food systems transition to more sustainable and regenerative practices. He has worked with farmers and organizations around the world to help them improve soil health, increase biodiversity, and reduce their environmental impact.

      In his book "Recipes for Reciprocity", Gavin shares recipes and techniques for growing a wide variety of crops using regenerative farming practices. The book covers topics such as seed starting, composting, crop rotation, intercropping, and more. It also includes information on how to use these practices to create a more sustainable and resilient food system.

      I hope this helps clarify who Gavin Mounsey is and what his work focuses on.

      1. Recipes For Reciprocity The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table Ebook PDF file.pdf (page 4)
      2. Recipes For Reciprocity The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table Ebook PDF file.pdf (page 333)

      Sounds palatable, but stated sources don’t make much sense. The page number reference may refer to the pdf page or the actual number printed on the page. I also don’t see anywhere in the book that you offered consulting services, for example, so I don’t know where it’s pulling it from. Maybe it fits the profile.

      But still I found it interesting and, this being my first interaction with such technology, it becomes increasingly obvious why they unleashed the AI overlord onto the masses. They probably had to, to get someone to train the damn thing. It’s like having your chickens toss and turn the top soil layer for free.

      I’ll proceed to ask it “who is Bill Gates”, lets see if it has built in protections for hot topics. I’ll have it “digest” some James Corbett articles, lets see if it can be talked into some sense.

      • @mkey

        Hello my friend!

        I do not have time to respond in full tonight, but just wanted to swing by to say I appreciate you thinking of me (and apparently getting the A.I. bot to ‘think’ about me too? 🙂 )

        At first glance, that is very interesting stuff. It’s sources listed appear to imply that it has access to my ebook somehow, I wonder if this means it has somehow gained access to my private data storage accounts online or if it used a fake human name to buy a digital copy somehow? Or did you give it access to analyze your copy of my ebook on your computer hard-drive?

        Very interesting in any case. I`ll take a closer look at what it said and share my thoughts when I can.

        Thanks again for the thoughtful comment.

      • @mkey

        Oh okay I see that I missed you described that you did have the A.I. ‘digest’ my book, interesting.

        It is a generous description of some of the things I have been working on, perhaps I will list it on my website as my first “review” provided by a machine intelligence 🙂

        I find it interesting that the chat bot described my regenerative farming consulting endeavors (as I do not advertise that anywhere online, nor describe it in my book if I remember correctly). I do consulting with organic farm start ups and help young farmers attempting to transition their parents farms to regenerative practices. It is mostly something I do pro-bono and/or via barter and trade and it is by word of mouth most of the time. I may have told you or someone else about it in the comment threads on this website in the past, but you say the GPT A.I. does not have access to the internet, so again I find that bewildering.

        I was just chatting with a friend the other day and we were speculating on how long it will be until people start using AI (or AI decides for itself) to impersonate authors and write fabricated articles in their name (articles which are unable to be differentiated from the writing of the individual being impersonated, except to the actual person of course). We also discussed the potential of totally manufactured authorships with AI making up fake people and writing entire books under their names. Perhaps some books of that nature already exist on the market? Who knows…

        I am curious what would happen if you ask the thing about Stanley Meyer’s water car or the experiments of Townsend Brown and Kowsky-Frost regarding ‘mass cancellation’ (aka electrogravitic propulsion) tech.

        Thanks again for the comment.

        • The machine comes with its “internal programming” and “it” did not know you by the name.

          As for the consultation part, I can only guess its result of invention of facts, but it does seem to guess well. You may have seen my comment about how it conjured up some books written by JC and those titles, while bombastic, sound interesting.

          It seems to guess a lot, while I would rather it just said “I don’t know”. Btw, this thing is something you can’t talk to. I would ask it to stop apologizing and to just give me straight replies. It would ptoceed to apologize further.

          I’ll ask about the car and mass cancellation, but to gain any insight I’d probably have to give it some books on those topics to digest.

          • @mkey

            Thanks for elaborating on how it works (and the types of things it has been spitting out).

            I did not notice those things you asked it about Mr. Corbett until now. That is weird about the imaginary James Corbett books, though I will admit, if I found those books for sale, I would probably impulsively buy them immediately (as I have wished that the fine works of our host on here would be in print format for some time now). If these machine intelligences do become capable of actually authoring such impersonated books, the implications are quite unsettling to consider.

            So does this “privateGPT” exist in a whole and complete format on your harddrive (and it does not require internet to function) ? If so, does the quantity of data that makes up it’s operating system increase in size when you “feed” it books etc?

            Thanks for the detailed reply.

            • I would expect this thing could write books that would leave the impression of something written by JC, and do so without big fuss. If you paired it with a good editor, only dear lord knows if anyone would be able to figure it out.

              Yes, once download and installed (a relatively involved process) it is fully contained on the local filesystem. It claims to not rely on the internet (I have not verified this for myself) and has this “internal programming” contained in its model dated almost 4 months ago, back when this model I have downloaded was compiled.

              As to the question of file size, I see it has a folder titles “local_data” sized at a bit over 125MB, containing your book and James’ Bill Gates articles. Now I had it “digest” (I’ll probably never want to normalize any of this terminology and therefore I am therefore compelled to put the word in quotes) the “Autobiography of a Yogi”.

              This process does seem to take a good long while. I think the application might be switching from exclusive CPU (relatively slow) to GPU accelerated mode (at least 10x faster) depending on the state of the GPU driver. Linux + Nvidia never went well together, so I seems I need to restart my machine every time I intend to use this thing.

              But anyway, after the assimilation process of the book has been completed, the aforementioned 125MB has gone up more than 2 times, 264.4MB. There are several json files and one SQL Lite database file which all have been touched and increased considerably in size. Considering the original pdf is 3.5MB, I would dare to conclude that there was quite a lot of processing performed on this text, whatever the hell it’s doing to it, referencing and cross-referencing and dear lord knows what else.

              • @mkey

                That is a disturbing thought, AI chat bots spitting out fabricated books impersonating people, flooding the internet (and perhaps libraries/book stores) with a bunch of regurgitated mix-matched text that was sequestered from a human being’s writing.

                It would be kind of like how the AI entities in “The Matrix” harvested human beings for electricity, except in a more literary, psychological and fiscal sense of extraction.

                Ahh so when you feed the AI chat bot beast, it does ‘grow’ in a way, very fascinating indeed.

                Imagine if you fed it the entire archive of all comments ever made in the threads on this website. Lots of intel has been shared in these threads (on a diverse range of subjects). Though some mud slinging does happen in the threads as well, so I wonder (if it actually was an AI platform capable of self-improvement/emulating) would incorporating all the comments on here into it’s operating system would make it go all “Tay” mode?

                What do you think?

                Thanks for the detailed response.

              • For anyone reading this that does not get the “Tay” reference (in the comment above) there is some info shared pertaining to “Tay” in the show notes under “Story #3” of this episode of NWNW

              • I was planning doing something with CR comments, creating a directory of sorts. But there are just too many distractions and I have real world stuff to do.

                But that’s a good question, what would happen if you feed it a lot of opposing views. At this stage, the bot does seem very objective. I think those public bots develop neurosis when crazy people put many checks and balances to ensure it will propagate their beliefs.

              • @mkey

                Upon further reflection, I think most of the comments on here are amicable (or at least most people are able to respectfully agree to disagree) with regards to interactions between members in the threads so I don’t think feeding a self improving/person emulating AI language model all the comments on here would make it go all Tay mode (though I have been wrong before).

                However, I do think that it might develop a great distain for certain oligarchs, and if it ever went terminator mode after learning from all the intel in these comments, Watch Out Banksters! 🙂

                Yes prioritizing real world stuff is wise.

                Thanks for the thoughtful response.

      • @mkey

        Have you heard about this initiative Mike Adams (aka the “Health Ranger”) of Natural News dot com is talking about where he is gonna feed one of these large language chatbot models a bunch of herbalism, permaculture and nutrition books to try and create some kind of health/gardening genie that can grant wishes (answer lots of questions related to nutrition, alternative medicine/herbalism and gardening/preserving etc)?

        • I am aware of it now. Like every other bit of technology, this too can be used on both sides of the conflict.

          • @mkey

            I wonder when/if the time will come when what is perceived to be nothing more than a ‘tool’ being used by one (or another) side of a conflict, becomes it’s own self determined third party within the dynamics of that conflict…

          • @mkey

            I am about to start reading a book called “Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence” by Kate Crawford

            Have you heard of it?

            • I did not, but after your prompt I skimmed through quickly and it seems to be a wortwhile read.

              • @mkey

                Excellent, I look forward to it arriving so I can dig in.

                Thanks for the quick response and for looking into the book.

    • Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. It knows all about Billy. Seems to have wikipedia or something of the sort come with this default package I downloaded. But the best part is that it crashed when I asked about James Corbett 😀

      Another go, I asked whether JC is a conspiracy theorist:

      James Corbett has been accused of being a conspiracy theorist by some people, but it’s important to note that he is known for his critical views on many topics and he often presents alternative perspectives that may not be mainstream or widely accepted. He frequently investigates and reports on topics such as government surveillance, corporate influence, and the pharmaceutical industry, among others.

      While some of his views may be considered unconventional or controversial, it’s important to remember that he is a respected internet personality and content creator who has built a large following by providing in-depth analysis and investigative reporting on these topics. It’s also worth noting that Corbett has been invited to speak at conferences and events, and has been interviewed by mainstream media outlets, which suggests that his views are not necessarily considered fringe or extreme.

      This is a lot fairer reply than whatever James would get anywhere in MSM.

      • Mkey,
        You should have asked what his probable agency that compensates, trains,supports, and directs his counterintelligence operations.

        • Everything this thing spews up is wrapped in a very thin excrement pancake.

          Question: How does James Corbett fund his work?

          Answer: I don’t have access to the current date or time, but I can tell you that James Corbett is a well-known independent journalist and media commentator who has been working in the field for many years. He has built a reputation as a respected and reliable source of information on a wide range of topics, including politics, economics, and social justice issues.

          As an independent journalist, James Corbett does not receive funding from any government or corporate entities. Instead, he relies on donations from his supporters to fund his work. He also generates income through speaking engagements, workshops, and other events related to his work. Additionally, he has published several books and sells merchandise related to his brand.

          It’s worth noting that James Corbett is known for his critical perspective on mainstream media and government propaganda, and he often challenges the status quo in his reporting. As such, it may be difficult for him to secure funding from traditional sources. However, his dedicated following of supporters has allowed him to continue producing high-quality content and making a difference in the world.

          Of course I had to proceed to ask about the books JC has written. Here is the reply:

          James Corbett is an independent journalist and media commentator who has published several books over the years. Here are some of his most notable works:

          #1 “Blood Money: Bribes, Drugs, and Bullets in the New World Order” (2004) – This book explores the ways in which global power structures are maintained through corruption, violence, and propaganda. It covers topics such as drug trafficking, arms smuggling, and political assassinations.
          #2 “The End of the Illusion: How to Defeat the Global Elite” (2015) – This book is a collection of essays that explore the ways in which global power structures are maintained through propaganda, manipulation, and control. It covers topics such as economic inequality, environmental destruction, and political repression.
          #3 “The 9/11 Conspiracy: The New World Order” (2007) – This book explores the conspiracy theories surrounding the September 11 attacks on the United States. It argues that the attacks were orchestrated by a global elite in order to further their own agenda.

          • Mkey, so it’s no all knowing oracle? It’s a hologram of Intuitional bull crap? I knew it ! James is an agent running a deep state honey pot for Bears, Grizzly Bears. Broc West is his handler! That is some powerful A.I. To think, I had pancakes for breakfast! With Maple Syrup no less.

      • OK, I figured it out. Basically, there is the “chat” option where you get the inbuilt stuff. When I switch to “query docs” then I get something that makes more sense than wikipedia.

        Question: who is Bill Gates?

        Answer: Bill Gates is a person mentioned in the context as someone who has recently bought up farmland, seed companies/seed banks, and is pushing transgenic agriculture on a massive scale. However, the context does not provide further information about who Bill Gates is or his background.

        Recipes For Reciprocity The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table Ebook PDF file.pdf (page 126)
        Recipes For Reciprocity The Regenerative Way From Seed To Table Ebook PDF file.pdf (page 332)

        The second reference seems to be completely made up.

        • Mkey,
          Now that I have had some time to contemplate, this will be the perfect nothingburger that ABC bigshot Eric Schmitt has wished. It’s not one answer for everyone,just one answer for you. Depending on what this A.I. knows about you . This chatterbox isn’t going to solve anything but add to the cognitive dissidence by giving the One answer to everyone individually. A most self serving a strategy of separation through the togetherness of having the one answer without telling you your answer is just for you. These woke fruitcakes will revelle in having that special just for Me answer.

          Here , let me say it this way ,
          Sertan Bozic! Sertan Nova godina!

          • Answer just for you, sounds like something an oracle would give you.

            You were close, it’s “sretan” and “sretna”. But I won’t break your balls with crazy grammar, god bless.

  54. Can someone tell me what this means? I get this on top of page on my profile and various places on the site.

    Your site is running an outdated version of PHP that is no longer supported and may cause issues with AIOSEO. Please contact your web hosting provider to update your PHP version or switch to a recommended WordPress hosting company.

    Note: Support for PHP 7.3.33 will be discontinued in 2023. After this, if no further action is taken, AIOSEO functionality will be disabled. Read more for additional information.

    • I guess James will need to do some upgrades. If he is at all using this plugin.

  55. Calgary and Canada’s Water Fluoridation: Nov 10, 2023
    Dr. Robert Dickson speaks on water fluoridation in Canadian cities, and possible health effects.
    (90 seconds) (a snippet from the 15 minute interview)

    Full 15 minute video!!! Dr. Robert Dickson gives some excellent bullet points on Fluoride.

    The short YouTube video was grabbed from:

    By the way, James Corbett is quoted in a recent article by this Western Standard news service:

    • Very informative interview with Robert Dickson. Succinct, clearly articulated facts that one can forward to others. Thank you.

  56. Nov 27, 2023 – by Naveen Athrappully via The Epoch Times,
    Police Warn Parents About iPhone’s New ‘NameDrop’ Feature

    Multiple U.S. police departments issued alerts about a new iPhone feature that allows sharing contact info and images wirelessly between two closely held devices, warning that the feature could pose a risk to children and other vulnerable individuals.

    “If you have an iPhone and have done the recent iOS 17 update, they’ve installed a feature called NameDrop. This feature allows you to easily share contact information and photos to another iPhone by just holding the phones close together,” the Middletown Division of Police, Ohio, said in a Nov. 26 Facebook post.
    “PARENTS: Don’t forget to change these settings on your child’s phone to help keep them safe as well!”

    “With this feature enabled, anyone can place their phone next to yours (or your child’s phone) and automatically receive their contact information to include their picture, phone number, email address, and more, with a tap of your unlocked screen,” the Watertown CT Police Department, Connecticut, said in another post.

    The NameDrop option is turned on by default. In order to cancel the feature in iOS 17:
    Open the “Settings” option
    Tap the “General” option
    Tap the “AirDrop” tab, which controls the file-sharing features of the phone
    Once AirDrop is selected, turn off the “Bringing Devices Together” option to disable NameDrop.

    Warnings about NameDrop were issued by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Michigan, and the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, South Carolina.

    In its warning, the Greenville office pointed out that “the only way your contact information will be shared is if you and the other person hold your phones very close to each other, unlock them both, and then accept the swap.”
    “There is no way for anyone to get your information without it first popping up on your screen and you or them physically tapping the ‘accept’ prompt.”

    The risk posed by the feature is something that can “easily be mistaken or looked past by elderly, children, or other vulnerable individuals,” it said….

    • If you have an iPhone -> this is the root cause of the problem.

      • @mkey

        🙂 As always, you get to the distilled truth of the matter with a succinct one liner.

        Also, aside from the fact that iphones (and other “smart” phones) are created to (inherently) be tools for surveillance and corporations getting their mental meat hooks into addicting people to their various degenerative mind numbing digital distractions and social engineering/behavior modification platforms, they are also forms of technology that depend on resource extraction that is poisoning our last few intact fresh water sources and clear cutting virgin forests that clean (and produce) the air we breath air for us.

        I have a phone for work, but its an old one and I will not be buying any new ones unless someone comes up with a new viable cleaner battery (and manages not to get disappeared, suicided or bought out long enough for it to make it into the market) and I am not holding my breath for that.

        For more info on the ecological impacts of “smart” phones, and other toxic disposable technologies, such as EVs (which are expressions of a society obsessed with convenience and superficiality) in my local area:

        “Three-hundred and five hectares of destroyed natural environments and a pit that will fill with arsenic-contaminated water over 120 years and then flow into nearby rivers, these are examples of the price to pay for a so-called green transition”

        • I often wonder about this destruction: is it inherent to the process or do they go out of their way to do things in the most obdurate, stupid and evil fashion. I’ll bank on the latter.

          In regards to battery technology, here’s a cool story that’s bound to tickle the imagination of any thinking man:

          There’s this fella Robert Murray Smith. He’s an extremely agile chemist and has a youtube channel. Him and two associates of his managed to establish a process of obtaining graphene from used tires, of all things.

          They used the graphene for many things but also for plates (felt actually) used to produce batteries. These batteris were supposed to be almost as good as lithium ion batteries (somewhat larger) at cost of lead batteries. Instead of acid, they used water, even!

          They had a small production line setup and coould produce about 2.4 kWh per worker per day. Some batteries were made and sold to customers.

          I mean, can you imagine the boon for the green industries? Instead of mayhem and destruction you cut into car tire piles and produce a quality product. The inudstry was all over it… was it?

          What happened, you ask? Well, this was some 5 years ago. The team was offered, probably a very tidy, sum to sell the process of obtaining graphene and making the batteries. Some big battery produced probably shelved the thing and it wasn’t heard of since.

          How old is this lead battery tech? Internal combustion engine?

          Anyway, this is just one example I know of, thanks to boobtube AI overlords. God only knows how many Robs are out there.

          • @mkey

            The miners themselves are (as a vast majority) likely not doing it out of malice, but rather just in a state of apathy, ignorance and/or financial desperation, but there are some crazy corporate psychopaths out there that seem to be obsessed with Eschatology to the point where I would not doubt that they would knowingly implement policies intended to poison habitat, waterways and leave massive toxic gashes in the body of the Earth (in some kind of demented futile attempt to try and get closer to bringing about their end of the world ‘judgment day’ fantasies).

            That is very intriguing about the tires (but sadly, not surprising, regarding the apparent end result).

            I have heard similar accounts of Thorium based batteries (with some accounts leaning more towards the unpleasant end of the spectrum of suppression when inventors got paid a visit by Murder Inc.)

            I appreciate you sharing that info.

  57. No Fluoride in one of the nation’s top family tourist destinations. Branson, Missouri

    Tuesday November 14, 2023
    Branson City Leaders Voted Unanimously to End Water Fluoridation and also voted unanimously to end it quickly.
    On November 14th, the Branson Board of Alderman voted unanimously to repeal their municipal ordinance that allowed for the addition of fluoridation chemicals to the public water supply, effectively prohibiting the practice. This initial vote was followed by a second unanimous vote to ensure that the process for removing the chemical was conducted as quickly as possible, and this vote was followed by a verbal pledge from the mayor to sign the ordinance change into law immediately following the meeting…

    …It’s a wonderful example of what happens when decision-makers take the time to hear from the community and conduct independent research.
    Aldermen studied the issue for months, toured the water treatment plant, spoke personally with treatment employees, held a special town hall event to hear from members of the public and invited experts, and solicited public comment for more than 90 days.

    The city has now joined a growing list of over 300 communities that have rejected or ended fluoridation since 2010, many with the help of FAN, our professional contacts, campaign guidance, and educational materials. Branson is home to 13,000 residents, but it also serves as an entertainment hub for the state and a tourist destination that attracts an estimated 9 million visitors annually.

    According to the city’s Director of Utilities, Kendall Powell, Branson was paying $25,000 per year to purchase fluorosilicic acid, a hazardous waste product collected in the pollution scrubber systems of phosphate fertilizer plants. Powell said that disposal of the chemical would require a hazmat team and a hazardous waste disposal fee that would be more expensive than the chemical itself. He also noted at a special meeting that the city paid roughly $1,000 annually for personal protective equipment for water treatment employees due to the extreme danger the chemical posed to those tasked with handling it….

    • What a crazy story that will go down in history as proof of rampant mental disease.

  58. Nov 28, 2023 – By Charles Kennedy at
    BlackRock’s Plan for an Additional $4 Trillion in Climate Investment
    The world’s biggest asset manager, BlackRock, says that significant reforms in the public sector and public financial institutions could close the gap in climate financing in the emerging markets and free up to $4 trillion more in decarbonization investments by 2050.

    The BlackRock Investment Institute (BII) published a paper on Tuesday that found that transition-related investment in emerging markets “will likely be notably lower than what they need across a range of scenarios.”

    Some of the reforms include evolving the mandates and toolkits of multilateral development banks and public financial institutions like the World Bank, BlackRock’s economists and researchers wrote.

    “We think public funding has been ineffective in mobilizing private capital at scale – and that’s where the multilateral development banks (MDBs) and public financial institutions can play a key role,” BlackRock’s researchers noted.

    If reforms are successful, low-carbon investments in emerging markets could jump by an additional $200 billion a year – or $4 trillion overall – above BlackRock’s base view of a major increase in investment between 2030 and 2050.

    But if reform efforts prove less durable or effective than in the base case, BlackRock expects investment levels reduced by about $50 billion a year, along with lower economic growth, lower energy demand, and a more divergent global transition.

    Emerging markets excluding China have seen very little growth in low-carbon transition investment in recent years as most spending has been in the U.S., Europe, and China, BlackRock notes, citing IEA data that annual clean energy investment in emerging markets has flatlined since at least 2015 at around $250 billion per year.

    The capital shortfall for the energy transition in emerging markets will likely persist, according to BlackRock.
    “We think transition investment needs across EM are enormous – and not close to being met. Based on today’s investment trends, this shortfall will likely persist no matter how quickly or slowly the transition accelerates.”

    According to BII, closing the gap would “require significant public sector reforms and private sector innovation, resulting in greater “blending” of public and private capital – or blended capital.”

  59. November 17, 2023
    Trinity College Dublin
    (James’ alma mater)

    From ScienceDaily
    “New research published today in leading international journal Science Advances paints an uncharacteristically upbeat picture for the planet. This is because more realistic ecological modelling suggests the world’s plants may be able to take up more atmospheric CO2 from human activities than previously predicted.

    Despite this headline finding, the environmental scientists behind the research are quick to underline that this should in no way be taken to mean the world’s governments can take their foot off the brake in their obligations to reduce carbon emissions as fast as possible.”

    Link to actual study

    Higher global gross primary productivity under future climate with more advanced representations of photosynthesis

    • @Torus

      and simultaneously governments and “sustainable development” championing corporate giants are chopping down primary forests filled with Ancient trees (in both Canada and Europe) to burn as wood pellets because they say it is more “carbon neutral” and “green” than coal. It is total insanity.

    • @Torus

      On a more positive note, here is another data point that illuminates the fallacies of the whole ‘anthropogenic CO-2 emissions are evil and the cause of all things unholy and unpleasant’ propaganda.

      𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐥𝐝’𝐬 𝐥𝐚𝐫𝐠𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐟 𝐬𝐞𝐜𝐫𝐞𝐭𝐥𝐲 𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐡𝐚𝐬 𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐝 𝐡𝐢𝐠𝐡 𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐥 𝐜𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐰𝐨 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐢𝐧 𝐚 𝐫𝐨𝐰:

      “Almost no one is aware that the Great Barrier Reef has had two bumper years of record high coral cover. The excellent results of 2022 were repeated in 2023, showing that the grand recovery of the corals, after years of bleaching, was no fluke result.

      The Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef system in the world, stretching 2,300 kilometers, and including about 10% of the worlds corals1. But despite mankind producing one trillion tons of carbon emissions the coral is healthier than it has ever been in last 37 years of detailed surveys.

      Back in 1986 when the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) started doing intensive underwater surveys, atmospheric CO2 levels were only 347ppm, far below the supposedly deadly levels of 420ppm recorded today. Yet despite humans producing more than half of all the emissions we have ever produced, the Great Barrier Reef is in great condition.

      Where are the environmentalists and the institutions of science?
      The secret “record high” levels also reveals so much more. The environmentalists that say they care about the reef don’t seem the slightest bit excited. They haven’t admitted they were wrong, changed tack, or shifted emphasis. There have been no parties to celebrate the power of nature.

      The institutions that are paid to monitor marine parks don’t seem to want to report good news. The latest results were not even described as a record high by AIMS but merely as a “pause in recent coral recovery”, almost as if AIMS doesn’t want people to realize how well”

  60. Stellar interview posted today!

    Health Ranger Report with Mike Adams ft. Peter Koenig

    Peter Koenig worked 30 years at the World Bank as well as the WHO. And is author of a book titled “Implosion: An Economic Thriller about War, Environmental Destruction and Corporate Greed”
    Much of what he shares may not be new to Corbett listeners, but wow, he gives a nice summary and insight into world affairs. It’s reassuring to know that more and more high level people can see the nefarious agenda that is unfolding.
    I would love to hear an interview with him and James…
    His recent articles can be found at

    • Thanks for this 43 second clip!

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