What’s Going on in Japan? – Questions For Corbett #078

by | Sep 3, 2021 | Questions For Corbett | 80 comments

It’s been a while since Questions For Corbett tackled everyone’s burning question: So what’s going on in Japan, anyway? From states of emergency to ivermectin to tainted vaccines to boring old Japanese politics, today James gives you the latest updates from the Land of the Rising Sun.

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How is Japan Reacting NOW? – Questions For Corbett #061

Gov’t considers extending state of emergency by 2 weeks

Tokyo governor says lockdown in Japan is ‘impossible’

Upper House passes bills allowing fines for defying antivirus steps

Restaurant chain sues Tokyo government over COVID hour curbs

Japanese restaurant chain sees shares tumble after short-lived Gamestop-style rally

Global-Dining, Inc.7625.T

Japan to introduce “vaccine passports” for international travel

Japan’s vaccine passport to initially be valid in five countries

Japan’s vaccine passports: Here’s what you need to know

1.6m Moderna doses withdrawn in Japan over contamination

Japan probes two deaths after jabs from tainted Moderna batch

モデルナワクチン、新たに異物 使用中止と別の製造番号―沖縄

Contaminants found in more Moderna COVID vaccine in Japan

Foreign matter in Moderna COVID vaccine identified as stainless metal

Japan health minister says Moderna vaccine contaminants likely from needle stick

Parasite-killing drug ivermectin heads into coronavirus trials

Ivermectin not approved for COVID use in Japan (Aug 4)


The Tokyo Olympics are rigged to fail. Why hasn’t the media noticed?

Suga says he intends to resign

FOCUS: Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan may prompt China to value Japan

Japan seeks record military spending in 2022 to counter Chinese influence

Odysee channel translating independent media into Japanese

Japanese coronavirus truth page

Japanese truth bitchute channel

Japanese flyers/materials about coronavirus

Agorism in Japan


  1. Question: What did Kissenger really say or write?
    I noticed some possible Eugenics statements by Kissenger,
    like on: https://rense.com/general59/kissingereugenics.htm

    I also found statements like:
    “If people accept mandatory vaccines, we can control/thin the herd”

    The “fact checkers” are all over it, so I found it hard to find a good source.

    So what did Kissenger really say?
    And what people (probably Gates) do openly push mandatory vaccines to control people, using disease control as an excuse?

    • I think the problem with the experimental vax push,
      is that the goal is unclear.

      (Hint: It is not about health.)

      Is it about control via social credit and passports?
      Is it about depopulation by killing people on the long term?
      (or make them infertile)
      Is it about big money like Black Rock taking over every aspect of our economy and resources?
      Is it about technocratic dictatorship?

      The depopulation hypothesis:
      It could be a problem for them..
      The side effects are very dramatic already on the short term,
      and only getting worse on the long term and after more shots.
      It seems to be a different agenda, because they will be
      killing of the population that is most obedient.
      It will also be destructive for the doctors, police and scientists
      who are obedient followers. And they are used to “control” the herd.
      Even big-tech might fall apart after a few years.

      Based on the history of other dictatorships, I don’t think they
      want the opposition to disappear completely.
      They need an underclass that they can blame everything on.
      To create division and give the illusion that you can escape from poverty.
      That way the elite can keep standing on the heads of their “slaves”.

      • Update.
        I now think there are 2 different agendas.
        A bit like the WW1 conspiracy, people within the global conspiracy are working on different agendas.

        On the surface they are working on a social credit society, by pushing the clot-pass.
        And for that they need to push the clotshot into everyone. Even babies.
        This will combine with the take-over of all properties by the big banks.

        But the politicians do not know that the Experiments
        are so deadly on the long term.

        Genocide to remove most of the population, via long term effects.
        And also trying to blame that on the people that were
        resisting one of the agendas.

        Problem in both agendas:
        The short-term side-effects are so bad that there
        is far more resistance than expected.
        People do not want this dangerous experiment on
        themselves or their children.

  2. I like it. We should all be spreading the truth everywhere.

  3. I believe this is true “Justice will find you”. Excellent comments.

  4. Great wylie1 !
    Thanks for speaking out.

    It is up to us to say something.
    By not voicing our concerns to others, it perpetuates the Official Narrative.

  5. Japan’s Electric and Heat – I’m curious about this.

    Asia and Europe may have some high electric and heat utility bills this coming winter, if the power stays on.
    In the U.S., Natural Gas prices have climbed more than 84% in 2021, getting close to doubling. Hank Hill’s favorite, Propane, (a natural gas derivative), had a marketplace price of 46 cents per gallon on September 10, 2020. Today it is $1.19.

    The U.S. exports Natural Gas to Europe and Asia in the form of LNG, Liquid Natural Gas. The mark-up is about 3 times the price of Natural Gas in the U.S.

    OILPRICE.COM – August 21, 2021
    “Japan’s Strategic Plan For LNG May Be Unrealistic”
    Japan’s recent revision to its Strategic Energy Plan (SEP) lowers the targeted share of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the country’s power generation mix in 2030 to 20% from 27% previously, as a measure to cut emissions. A Rystad Energy analysis concludes that Japan’s targets are too ambitious to meet and that the changes the new plan will bring will mostly be in the structure of commodities trading.
    Before Japan outlined its sixth SEP, Rystad Energy already considered the earlier 27% target an underestimation, as we expect the country’s LNG reliance to be higher in 2030….

    — Remember last winter? Europe and Asia (and Texas) experienced a real cold one. —
    February 5, 2021 – Reuters
    “Analysis: Out in the cold – how Japan’s electricity grid came close to blackouts”
    Japan’s worst electricity crunch since the aftermath of the Fukushima crisis has exposed vulnerabilities in the country’s recently liberalised power market, although some of the problems appear self-inflicted.

    Power prices in Japan hit record highs last month as a cold snap across northeast Asia prompted a scramble for supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG), a major fuel for the country’s power plants. Power companies urged customers to ration electricity to prevent blackouts, although no outages occurred.
    The crisis highlighted how many providers were unprepared for such high demand. Experts say LNG stocks were not topped up ahead of winter and snow disabled solar power farms…

    …Prices on the Japan Electric Power Exchange (JEPX) hit a record high of 251 yen ($2.39) per kilowatt hour in January, equating to $2,390 per megawatt hour of electricity, the highest on record anywhere in the world. One megawatt hour is roughly what an average home in the U.S. would consume over 35 days….

    • The Japan Electric Power Exchange (JEPX) would be the wholesale/marketplace price if I am not mistaken.
      I don’t have a clue what the average Japanese household pays for electric and heat on the consumer level.
      I assume that there are no natural gas pipelines to homes in Japan, like here in the U.S.
      Gas pipelines and earthquakes don’t mix.

      In Texas, for electric at my place I pay a contracted price of 8.54 cents per kWh (Kilowatt hour). My summer gas bill now runs about $35 monthly (hot water). In the winter, my gas bill is higher for heat, but the electric bill goes down (no air conditioning needed), which offsets each other. A lot of electric power in Texas is produced by natural gas.

      Here is a SUB_THREAD on Electric and Natural Gas Utility Prices | Potential Power Outages as the Technocrats move us towards “Absolute Zero”. https://www.corbettreport.com/cashfriday/#comment-114139
      Corbett Report Member nemi brings up a very important aspect about CASH. How would you buy groceries if the power was out?

      James Corbett has two recent articles which discuss this Technocratic Agenda of manipulating sources of energy power.
      Absolute Zero: The Global Agenda Revealed
      The Scamdemic Was So Last Year . . . Here’s What’s Coming Next

      But beating Natural Gas prices, EU Carbon Permits have climbed 88% in 2021. If you look at their price on July 25, 2017, the market price was 5.26. Today the EU Carbon Permits are at 61.32. Someone is making some money.

      • HomeRemedySuppy,
        It’s always about money when it comes to Corporations. Corporations exist for profit. Filling a public need is secondary, at best. If they wanted a better World we would have had Thorium Nuclear Reactors years ago, and there would be no lack of cheep, clean, electrical power for everyone. The main problem here is that evil bastards run the world economy with their Federal Reserve Notes which they create out of nothing, and the corporations that have grown up around these Banksters have no soul, thus they are doing the Banksters bidding for them.

      • The price of fuel in the USA is a joke compared to other rich countries. Even if it doubled it would still be less than some. On the other hand, I met a tour bus operator who had massive tanks built in who claimed he could do most of the run from Europe to India with fuel bought in iraq for pennies..

        or in my line of yakka, wood prices are through the roof and supply is down.

        I reckon slowing down all avenues of consumption is going to be healthy for all; time to get clever and make do with less. The catch is that some will use it as a green wash, while their real intention is to dominate others.

    • In Germany there will be (s)election soon. Merkel’s time is over.
      gas prices I think are about 1.50, 1.60 € a liter currently (for cars). They are said to go over 2€ per liters in next year (I think because of some law, but I am not sure).

      There is also an article from 2017 where Merkel says driving the car yourself will be the exception in 20 years

      copy paste below this sub-headline and put it into a translator

      Autonomes Fahren wird zum Zwang

      Honestly, I don’t see how they are gonna accomplish that in the near future. So I am not currently worrying about that. This is something for 2050 or so.

    • On Wednesday September 8th, 2021, in the U.S. Natural Gas prices shot up about 8%.

      Worldwide Natural Gas Prices Soar On Supply Crunch
      [GRAPHS showing prices in U.S. and parts of Europe]

      Natural gas prices are soaring in the US and Europe. Some of those prices are at new record highs. The impact in Europe is far more significant, where there’s a supply crunch and not enough alternative power generation that has sent power prices to the moon.

      Let’s begin in the US, where natgas futures tagged seven-year highs….

  6. This about sums it up. This is how people come to be able to be so stupid and know nothing.

    A man who said he quit a $100,000 job to try to work for Logan Paul went viral after the YouTuber turned him down on camera

    The blurb below is the OPPOSITE of the headline.
    “Austin Wallace, a Tik Toker from Ohio, said he got his $100,000 job as a welder back after being rejected for a job by Logan Paul in a viral clip.”

    Notice the “back after…” which is meant to make us all connect. So charming, like talkin to the person in the next track home…

    Who gives a flibberty gibbet about the story, who would read it?

    The same people who want you to get jabbed by an experiment they were too dumb to duck out of.

    • I can only venture a guess that I’m missing out very much by mere virtue of not knowing who these people are. There are so many reality bubble out there, the whole world is a soap bubble party on steroids.

  7. Recently, the media in the U.S. has really been going after Ivermectin hard! Sometimes, an agenda rag like Yahoo.com will have three or four anti-Ivermectin Horse Paste stories.

    I thought the following story accidently revealed some interesting statistics & source.
    Prescriptions for ivermectin — a deworming drug — surged to 24 times their pre-pandemic levels as people baselessly take it as a COVID-19 cure
    …Ivermectin has been approved for use in humans as an anti-parasitic, but not as a COVID-19 remedy.
    More than 88,000 prescriptions for the drug were filled out by pharmacies in the week ending August 13, the CDC said in a report published August 26.
    That’s about 24 times more than the weekly average number of ivermectin prescriptions filled out in the year before March 13, 2020, when COVID-19 was declared a national emergency in the US, the CDC said.

    While there is no data to conclusively support the use of ivermectin to reduce disease and death from COVID-19, high-profile figures including Sens. Ron Johnson and Rand Paul have promoted the drug as an answer to COVID-19.
    Both the Food and Drug Administration and the CDC have issued advisories against the dangers of using the misusing ivermectin when using it as a drug against COVID-19…

    …A group named America’s Frontline Doctors, whose founder has been charged in connection to the Capitol riot, has been selling $90 telemedicine consultations to prescribe the drug
    [Thanks for publicizing a prescription source. 🙂 ]

    …Vaccinations are the most effective means to prevent infection by COVID-19, and protect against severe disease, hospitalization, and death. The CDC underlined this in its report.

    • Yahoo.com is mentioned above.

      If you don’t know who mega-rich Leon Black is, his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, or his Father’s connection to Chiquita and their murderous crimes, and the ruthless corporation Apollo, you will find a lot of interesting stuff when you search. Leon has a personal art collection worth over a billion dollars.

      September 1st
      Apollo completes its $5B acquisition of Verizon Media, now known as Yahoo
      …In addition to its titular Yahoo properties (Mail, Sports, Finance, et al.), the group includes us, TechCrunch; AOL; Engadget; and interactive media brand, RYOT. All told, the umbrella brand encompasses around 900 million monthly active users globally and is currently the third-largest internet property, per Apollo’s figures….

    • It is getting very annoying with these major media platforms that blatantly promote products like Remdesivir and Covid-19 mRNA injections as a cure but are able to backtrack whenever it fails or runs into trouble. However every alternative treatment is automatically labeled as a full-cure and attacked.

      Even when these doctors make it clear that they don’t have a cure and are only trying to make their clients immune systems healthy enough to survive or treat known complications from respiratory infections the media still falsely accuses them of selling cures. It has gotten so ridiculous that multiple doctors offering vitamins were served cease and desist letters from the FTC.

    • The CDC Lies! But then, what should one expect from an illegitimate Government run by Zionists with dual citizenship to Israel?


      September 3rd – AP Associated Press
      Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug for COVID-19

      … Health experts and medical groups are pushing to stamp out the growing use of a decades-old parasite drug to treat COVID-19, warning that it can cause harmful side effects and that there’s little evidence it helps…

      …This week, the top U.S. professional groups for doctors and pharmacists appealed for an “immediate end” to the drug’s use outside of research.

      “We are urging physicians, pharmacists, and other prescribers — trusted healthcare professionals in their communities — to warn patients against the use of ivermectin outside of FDA-approved indications and guidance,”
      said the American Medical Association and two pharmacist groups.

      Large studies are now underway in the U.S. and overseas to determine if the drug has any effect on preventing or blunting COVID-19.
      The latest plea follows similar warnings from federal and state regulators who are tracking side effects and hospital admissions tied to the drug…

      “There’s just not any good evidence right now suggesting this is a good treatment for treating or preventing COVID-19,” said Randy McDonough, a pharmacist in Iowa City, Iowa…

      …The World Health Organization, the National Institutes of Health and other medical experts have also recommended against using it outside of carefully controlled patient studies.
      An NIH panel found “insufficient evidence” for or against the drug for COVID-19, calling for more large, well-designed trials…

      …The NIH is studying the drug in a large trial comparing a half-dozen established drugs to see if they have some effect against COVID-19.
      Experts say those interested in ivermectin should ask about enrolling in such studies.
      “By participating in a clinical trial you’re not going to harm yourself and you’re going to help society generate the knowledge we need to know if this works or doesn’t work,” said Boulware.

    • IVERMECTIN “Approved for use in Japan”–? – It has not been approved
      James Corbett discusses Ivermectin from 21:10 to 26:44 of the video. I suggest people listen to this.

      In the past, Corbett has repeatedly discussed the topic of people using HEADLINES as a substitution of the story.
      Here is a recent August 30th headline:
      Japanese Medical Association Now Endorses Ivermectin for Covid-19

      But what the above actually links to is a LifeSiteNews article:
      Japanese medical association chairman told doctors last Feb. to prescribe Ivermectin for COVID

      LifeSiteNews discusses the chairman of the Tokyo Medical Association, Haruo Ozaki. (Corbett mentions Osaki at 23:30)
      LifeSiteNews links to…
      There is a 76 second video of Tokyo’s Medical Assoc. Chairman holds press conference recommending Ivermectin to all COVID patients

      Some QUOTES of Osaka from the article:
      “In Africa, if we compare countries distributing Ivermectin once a year with countries who do not give Ivermectin… they don’t give Ivermectin to prevent COVID but to prevent parasitic disease… if we look at COVID numbers in countries that give Ivermectin, the number of cases is 134.4/100,000 and the number of deaths is 2.2/100,000.”
      “Now African countries which do not distribute Ivermectin: 950.6 cases per 100,000 and 29.3 deaths per 100,000.”
      “I think we are in a situation where we can afford to give [patients] this treatment.”

      I have to give kudos to LifeSiteNews.
      They also mention and provide sources to:
      Another prominent Japanese physician, Dr. Kazuhiro Nagao, appeared on Japanese television proposing that COVID-19 should be treated as a Class 5 illness as opposed to its current classification as a Class 2…
      …Dr. Nagao said he has used Ivermectin as an early treatment for over 500 COVID patients with practically a 100% success rate, and that it should be used nationwide.

      Here is the video link to Dr. Nagao:
      [I did not realize that Yahoo.com had its tentacles in Japan.]
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~
      I found all of this stuff by first looking at a Zero Hedge article:
      “Why All The Fuss About Ivermectin?”
      …and then going to the story’s primary source at American Thinker article by Brian C. Joondeph and then following Brian’s links:
      Why all the fuss about Ivermectin?

      This link of the “CDC about IVERMECTIN” provided by the American Thinker story was interesting:
      This is an official CDC HEALTH ADVISORY

    • IVERMECTIN – Lying Story Exposed

      Saturday September 4, 2021
      Rolling Stone ‘Horse Dewormer’ Hit-Piece Debunked After Hospital Says No Ivermectin Overdoses

      …On Friday, Rolling Stone’s Peter Wade took another stab – publishing a hit piece claiming that Oklahoma ERs were overflowing with people ‘overdosing on horse dewormer.’
      It was suspect from the beginning.

      The report, sourced to local Oklahoma outlet KFOR’s Katelyn Ogle, cites Oklahoma ER doctor Dr. Jason McElyea – claimed that people overdosing on ivermectin horse dewormer are causing emergency rooms to be “so backed up that gunshot victims were having hard times getting” access to health facilities.
      —[Excerpt from Rolling Stone follows…]
      As people take the drug, McElyea said patients have arrived at hospitals with negative reactions like nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, and cramping — or even loss of sight.
      “The scariest one that I’ve heard of and seen is people coming in with vision loss,” the doctor said. -Rolling Stone

      Except, the article provided zero evidence for McElyea’s claims, causing people to start asking questions…
      –[PHOTO of people in line wearing coats. It is August!?]

      …And while neither KFOR or Rolling Stone mention the hospital McElyea worked for, NHS Sequoyah, located in Sallisaw, Oklahoma – just issued a statement disavowing McElyea’s claims, which pops up when you visit their website.
      [LINK TO HOSPITAL which does have this pop-up…]

      It reads:
      Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room.
      With that said, Dr. McElyea has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months.
      NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients due to complications related to taking ivermectin. This includes not treating any patients for ivermectin overdose.
      All patients who have visited our emergency room have received medical attention as appropriate. Our hospital has not had to turn away any patients seeking emergency care.
      We want to reassure our community that our staff is working hard to provide quality healthcare to all patients. We appreciate the opportunity to clarify this issue and as always, we value our community’s support.

      …Meanwhile, this horseshit story has also been picked up by the far-left Business Insider and The Independent, as well as The Guardian, among other notable outlets….

        • This story was being spread on many news outlets. I remember reading it. Repeatedly.
          It just didn’t make sense to me, because in these rural Oklahoma towns, animal Ivermectin is common. All the feed stores have it. These are down-home people. Most folks with common sense understand that dosage is different between a person and a horse. Sure, there are always idiots, but this kind of “Rolling Stone” scenario doesn’t match with my experience around the down-home rural culture.
          Rural Oklahoma offers some unique traveling adventures.

          • September 5th
            Here is the UPDATED “Rolling Stones” story.
            The updated version has the hospital notice at the top.
            {Where’s the “Ooops…we were caught lying” ?]

            Propaganda Marketing
            These rags know that people don’t really read, except for the headlines. Today, Yahoo News was still circulating this “updated version” of the “Rolling Stone” story on their scroll list of headlines.
            They obviously don’t care if they promote lies, because the masses feed on headlines.
            It’s the “message”, the narrative – not facts. That is what shapes the masses.

            • Sept 6th
              UPDATE – I missed some important balanced data / context about this “Rolling Stones” story

              “Journalist: Left and Right Could’ve Done a Better Job on Ivermectin Snafu” by VBL

              …what happened is the doctor gave an interview to a local outlet in which he cited ivermectin use as one reason some hospitals are congested. The outlet then framed ivermectin use as the main cause of the congestion, which it obviously isn’t. Then national and international media outlets aggregated the initial, poorly framed local story without themselves doing due diligence to examine the extent to which ivermectin was contributing to the OK hospital congestion…

              …That hospital is only one of the ones this doctor is affiliated with, so its word was not actually definitive proof that the doctor was making the whole thing up. We now know at least one other hospital the doctor works with has indeed seen patients with ivermectin issues…

              …I’ll note that the local outlet (KFOR) is standing by its story and released more footage from its interview with the doctor. Because it edited out the questions, though, it’s still not clear how much the doctor was attributing the congestion to ivermectin…
              — LINK to Oklahoma TV News Outlet…
              More of Dr. McElyea’s Interview with KFOR Channel 4
              (5 minute video)

              …Here’s a helpful, much more thorough story from another OK outlet, the Tulsa World, on the hospital congestion situation there. The same doctor is one of several people quoted, talking about the same issues but not attributing them to ivermectin….

              —LINK to Tulsa World
              Watch Now: ‘This is not just COVID’: Domino effect backs up Oklahoma hospitals, with no relief in sight
              …McElyea, a frontline family physician working in emergency rooms in eastern and southern Oklahoma, said the gunshot victim who came in normally would have been no problem to transfer out of a small hospital that had no neurosurgeon and minimal critical-care capacities.

              “We had a critical patient sitting in our ER for hours, and we simply couldn’t find a place for him to go,” McElyea said. “Another colleague in a place across the state: same situation. A traumatic brain injury with internal bleeding — couldn’t find a place to place these patients.”
              The other patient with head trauma and internal bleeding was sent to Missouri, he said.
              McElyea touched on one of the financial ramifications to families, too. He noted that insurers don’t pay for patients to be transferred back in state….

              • The following is from the tail-end of the story above: “Journalist: Left and Right Could’ve Done a Better Job on Ivermectin Snafu”

                This is the script from a sceenshot of a message from a hospital where Dr. McElyea works…
                Jason McElyea, D.O. is an employee of an agency that staffs many emergency departments throughout the United States. He has privileges at INTEGRIS Grove Hospital. He also works at several other emergency departments in rural Oklahoma.

                There is a lot of media attention surrounding remarks reportedly made by Dr. McElyea. While we do not speak on his behalf, he has publicly said his comments were misconstrued and taken out of context.

                What we can confirm is that we have seen a handful of ivermectin patients in our emergency rooms, to include INTEGRIS Grove Hospital. And while our hospitals are not filled with people who have taken ivermectin, such patients are adding to the congestion already caused by COVID-19 and other emergencies.

              • People automatically think from these stories that Ivermectin is the only medical drug overdose happening. There are overdose hospitalizations every single day from all types of common drugs. And Ivermectin is a common drug used by over 4 billion HUMANS.

  8. Thank you for the Japanese corona truth webpage!

    Do you know by any chance about any such webpage in Chinese language?

  9. Sideways topic related to ”Red Alert: False Flag Incoming!” and to James Corbett’s past.

    Radicals !
    Calgary Mothers peacefully marching at 10am on a Wednesday morning were considered radicals by an emergency email to School Board members who were warned not to come in, but to work from home.
    A local coffee shop shuttered their doors, because of these calm, radical Mothers. (3:45 mark)

    September 3, 2021 – Rebel News
    Kids only “being taught to comply”:
    Protesters oppose Calgary school mask mandate

    (10 minutes)
    The drawings by kids tell the story.

    One of the Mothers happily talked about Calgary’s summer “reopening” of the
    Calgary Stampede 2021.
    James Corbett grew up in the Calgary area with “that western can do attitude”. And we all know that he’s no stranger to bullshit.
    VIDEO – Stampede 2021: We said we’d ride again (100 seconds)
    Calgary Stampede Rodeo — With well over a million attendees, this is the largest outdoor rodeo in the world.
    All of the cowboys and cowgirls’ favourite events take place during this 10-day July celebration, including: Bull Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Tie-Down Roping, Bareback Riding, Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling.
    Held at Stampede Park for more than 100 years, the Stampede is a Calgary staple that features more than just livestock shows and a rodeo. Live music, a huge midway of rides, freestyle motocross races, shopping, and nightly fireworks shows keep the event lively day after day. Don’t miss the Dog Bowl competition, where athletes of the four-legged variety show off their skills.

    Fight Vaccine Passports
    Fight Vaccine Passports is a new project by Rebel News to help Canadian families who are being forced against their will to take the Covid-19 vaccine.
    We’re fighting back in five ways:…

  10. Indeed, we need to make the bastards believe that they will pay for their crimes.

  11. Great stuff wylie1.

    I would just make a small adjustment to this line:

    “The vax has high amounts of harmful spike proteins”

    Change it to “The vax has high amounts of mRNA that will instruct your body to create harmful spike proteins”.

    • My understanding of the Vax:
      Whether the m-RNA (Pfizer, Moderna) or the other vaccines like AstraZeneca, they all have a mechanism to covertly invade the body’s cells with a “program” for the cell itself to manufacture a synthetically designed spike protein.
      The Vax itself does not contain the synthetic spike protein.
      The body is instructed to produce it.
      The cell is hi-jacked to make a foreign substance.

      I think the lipids are there to help protect the bundle and also to help penetrate the cell, because the cell itself is surrounded by a lipid “shield”. The lipids carry the instructions, the m-RNA.

      I don’t recall seeing any literature which states that the lipids carry synthetic spike proteins.

      • The body’s cell membranes have a lipid surface to protect them. In order to penetrate the cell (with a message of instructions .i.e. m-RNA), certain approaches have to be devised.
        Water based substances do not easily enter a cell.
        RNA is unstable in aqueous solutions.
        Lipid nanoparticles are small spherical particles made of lipids into which various “payloads” (mRNA) can be introduced.

        The designers of the vaccines decided that it is not viable to try to flood the body with spike proteins directly. Thus, the vaccines in themselves do not contain the spike. They only contain a mechanism which hi-jacks cells to manufacture the spike.

        There is a long talk by Dr. Robert W. Malone on the Highwire where he gives the backstory of m-RNA vaccination technology and discusses the lipid approach.
        He is the inventor of the technology.

        No spikes are contained in the vaccine.
        Lipids are there to help protect the bundle and also to help penetrate the cell.

      • wylie1,
        Whatever you want to promote on the flyer is your gig.
        I am gung-ho on dissemination as you saw from a previous comment reply to you.

        I am not going to argue with you, only suggest that you research this aspect well and promote accurate information.

        I firmly stand by my comment above. (09/10/2021 at 10:12 pm)

        Please re-watch Corbett’s
        Episode 392 – The Future of Vaccines
        Around the 12:30 minute mark, the fundamental mechanisms of the Covid vaccines are demonstrated. The transcript helps.

        November 16, 2020 James Corbett published:
        You Won’t Believe What They’re Planning To Do With “Vaccines”
        If you want to skip the first part of Corbett’s article, scroll down to ”So now we arrive at mRNA vaccines….”

  12. In my neck of the fake horror freaked out woods, the term “new cases” is translated to “newly diseased” which is a lie on many fronts, since same people undergo the statistically meaningless state approved statist panic inducing pick-nick police trampling “test” over and over again.

    When one goes a bit into detail and peruses state issued data, more than 90% of newly diseased walk off the life quenching treat at home, while self insulated.

    Meaning, they are not dissed at all, at least not in the usual sense of the word. DIS-EASE, without any symptoms the use of this word it can’t even theoretically be justified.

  13. Add this image to the printout, you are going to knock them out cold.


    The problem when dealing with these people is that they a) are not used to using their brain even on normal days b) panic and wide palette of fears shuts their limited cognitive ability c) they are under-oxygenated due to which their low brain function is further exacerbated and d) the have a garbage diet. It’s a perfect storm, what could go right? Are these people closer to zombies or authentic human beings?

  14. “There are no more excuses after 18 months. Anyone still supporting this official covid narrative & the govt restrictions no longer qualifies as ‘just innocent or misled’, you are COLLABORATING.“ – Legalman

    Davos/Bilderberg types may be the architects, but it’s the cops, soldiers and other order-followers who are the “construction workers” doing the actual work of building this world of enslavement.

    The list of order-following “construction workers” is expanding to include the many medical professionals and middle managers who are COMPLICIT in making this attempted democide / mass murder possible.

    • What about the people at the bottom who know what is going on who still need to work in a corrupt system?

      I guess I fit that description because I work in the medical field. I don’t push vaccines or anything like that and have not taken the injection myself but I haven’t been vocal professionally about the scam because at this time I have no source of alternative income and need the money to develop land so I can move.

      I do think the medical system is complicit in this narrative and are pushing this vaccine. It’s disgusting and if I could pivot to another modality of health care, I would do so. I’m looking into that option, but haven’t seen an opening yet. Re training is expensive. I am the only one working in my family now, which also makes it difficult as well.

      • cu.h.j
        I read your comments all the time. I have a lot of admiration for you.

        You bring up an important point, something with which we all wrestle with (or ‘should’ wrestle with).

        Still, it comes down to the individual and their own volitional, personal ethical choices for the situation in which they find themselves.
        The ethical choices are personal, and only the individual himself can evaluate his own sphere.

        The way I look at things…
        We are all trapped within the system. Any interaction with society involves part of the system. Pensions, clothes, food, transport, real estate, …all these involve big corporations & government directly or indirectly.

        Throughout the many decades, there were certain career paths or jobs which I absolutely refused to do. In my life, I have had more than 100 jobs, and have tried more than a hundred different business ventures (most of them failing).
        I refused to sell insurance or to work for a defense contractor, and I often despised many of the shallow values/lifestyle/standards of the American middle class.
        However, a fellow 9/11 Truth activist worked at Raytheon for many years (later, he found out they were closely watching his activitism). I have had friends who sold insurance for a living.
        They did what they did in light of the circumstances they were in.
        I participate in the system in various ways, so who am I to tell someone else how to run their life while trapped in the system?

        Anyone who imposes a moral code standard upon others is acting as an authoritarian. I spit at that.

        • I can understand that, when you work at Raytheon and suddenly realize who and what you are supporting, you probably wont leave the next day or the day after.

          However, I cannot understand when you are applying for a job at Raytheon fully conscious of who and what you are supporting.

          If you have the qualification to get a job at Raytheon, you can easily find one somewhere else even if it may pay a little less.

        • That bit you insiunate regarding children, that a very poor argument that can’t be used a JUSTIFICTION for what happens with the sociatey at large.

          Those among us who have someome dependable on our sense are under moral obligation to guide them, and sometime command them around. Those who do it really badly, just parrot what they heard themselves: do it because I said so! This is exactly what strikes the early schism that later widens into full blown slave/master wrongthink.

          Societies would not recognize morals if morals snuck behind them and kicked their collective ass.

          A moral thing for cops to do would be to quit the job. Everything else is hogwash.

          I would love to hear more about this “moral standard” you speak of.

          • No, I am not daft enough to overlook and accept as argument such blatant and IDIOTIC attempts at hurling childish logical fallacies.

            You have added NOTHING to the discussions. Less than nothing, you are detracting from it by presenting this worthless rationale.

        • wylie1 says:
          HRS says: “Anyone who imposes a moral code standard upon others is acting as an authoritarian. I spit at that.”

          Yep. That’s right.
          Your “code of standards to live by”, or anyone else’s moral code — You and others do not own me. I am free to have my own moral code.
          Others have the same freedom as I.
          I won’t impose upon others to live by my standards. I do not “own them”.

          Like mkey mentions, the rearing of my children within my space (my household) involves my standards. I own my space.

          If someone intrudes upon my space, I will defend it. I own it. My space includes my own moral and ethical codes.

          The same rights that I have belong to others.
          Thus, “Anyone who imposes a moral code standard upon others is acting as an authoritarian. I spit at that.”

          • Wylie1,
            I’m done.
            I told you how I strive to live.
            That’s it.

      • I don’t know your situation, cu.h.j, what your options are now, or what options you had in recent years leading up to this, but I empathize with your feeling trapped and appreciate that you’re looking for a way out. One immediate question for you (and everyone) to consider—does your current job involve you violating the natural law rights of others?

        (Under natural law, there are seven categories of wrong actions: murder, assault, rape, theft, trespass, coercion, and fraud. Any other actions than these are within one’s natural law right to choose to take.)

        If so, the nature of the reality we inhabit is that one will face consequences for whatever wrong actions one has done, violating the rights of another. For you and for each one of us, it’s up to our own conscience and our own judgment to choose our actions wisely, and be prepared to face the consequences regardless, remembering the sins of the father are visited on the children and the children’s children, to the third and fourth generation.

    • Collaborating the with the crime by following the Covid narrative reminded me of a Corbettreport video called What NO ONE is Saying About the Lockdowns.


      Legalman is right that there are a better ways to kill massive numbers of people without making it obvious. You simply use lockdown policies to cause mass starvation and poverty which is already happening. By disrupting economies and supply chains, the poorest, most vulnerable communities will be starved to death. All their deaths can be hidden and forgotten as the people are so improverished that they no longer have any means of escape or access and communication to the outside world.

      • Yup, lockdowns are economic terrorism.

        One more way for the global cartels to crush their small business competitors more quickly, and consolidate power and control.

        The more people refuse to participate in systems based on coercion, theft, and murder, the better things get.
        The more people build networks and systems based on voluntary cooperation to mutual benefit, the better things get.

        We need to continue to build and use and help others to use, decentralized systems and networks of communication and voluntary transaction that are invisible to the crown.

  15. I love the juxtaposition of the real world vs the world we see on a screen! I think many people fall into that trap of watching the news and thinking the world is falling apart (that’s not to say parts of it aren’t…looking at you Australia/NZ!)

    Random comment: I watched the new 9/11 documentary miniseries on Netflix recently. It brought back a lot of memories around that time. I liked the beginning episodes because they interview survivors and you get a few first hand descriptions of what it was like. But it quickly devolves into this doc about ‘why we invaded Afghanistan and what are we still doing over there 20 years later?’ It felt like propaganda, especially in light of the recent headlines about the US military finally pulling out of there…

    • A few observations:

      They never even mention Tower 7. I know this is a conspiracy doc. But really? To not even mention it!? Unbelievable

      They completely gloss over the Iraq war. Sure they talk about it. How the US invaded under false pretenses and the Bush administration was entirely at fault. But it was a side note. Remember this was all about Afghanistan and capturing Bin Laden ?

      Speaking of Bin Laden, the operation to “kill” him is still shrouded in mystery. There are too many inconsistencies with the entire operation. I have too many questions and not enough answers. Feels like Bin Laden was just a character, a boogie man actor, meant to play a role in the theatre of the “war on terror.”

      They get into how the Bush administration and government overstepped it’s bounds, passing the Patriot Act and AUMF’s of 01’ and 02’, torturing prisoners at Gitmo, enacting Operation Stellar Wind to collect metadata internationally/domestically on “terrorists”…etc. They even go after the Obama administration over his “drone wars.” They observe, “ we should pull this back, somebody should definitely do something about it!” Buuut nobody is, “oh well!” ?

      Finally, they talk about the amount of fraud, embezzlement, and waste that went into these multi billion dollar defense contracts. A lot of illegal things went on over there. Yet they never even mention the US military’s role in the allowing of the extraction of precious natural resources by favored institutions. Gold, silver, kobalt, copper, iron, LITHIUM, OPIUM…etc. That’s not even mentioning the fossil fuel industries interests over there

      Wow this turned into a rant. I’m excited to see what JC has in store for the 9/11 anniversary, ought to be great! Anyway, have an awesome day!

      • *isn’t a conspiracy doc*

    • “Random comment: I watched the new 9/11 documentary miniseries on Netflix recently. It brought back a lot of memories around that time. I liked the beginning episodes because they interview survivors and you get a few first hand descriptions of what it was like.

      I followed up on a video above and then wanted to see what the guy’s take was on 9/11. For me it is always the litmus test to see where a person’s head space is at.
      I couldn’t find anything with him, but some filter bubbles appeared on the side of the screen and I pricked one.

      This woman was telling about her personal experience escaping WTC1 via the stairwells.
      I learned something new, something that I think is quite significant.
      As she was walking down an emergency stairwell with all the other people they came to a door, that was locked, on the 34th floor.
      They couldn’t continue down the stairwell because of this locked door!
      They waited 5-10 minutes until someone arrived to open the door (maybe this was William Rodriguez?).

      Don’t you find it strange that there would be a locked door in an emergency stairwell?
      Even a door, period.

      • Yeah there are many reports from survivors that suggest something sketchy was going on. Sounds to me like they wanted as few people as possible getting out of those buildings that day

        There are plenty of interviews just after the planes hit the buildings with people that were in the lobbies reporting bomb explosions coming from the elevator shafts. And there’s plenty more where that came from, really makes you wonder

  16. There are 2 interesting articles on WEF website, in case you did not read it yet. I think James already made some videos regarding topics like these:

    – 5 visions of the future from our Global Technology Governance Summit
    (16 Apr 2021)

    A quote from the article: “We’re talking about improving biology and redesigning organisms for beneficial purposes,”


    – Mental health: What is doomscrolling and how can we stop it?
    (09 Jul 2021)

    A quote from the article: “A significant number of individuals are aware of ‘overconsumption’ of information as a risk factor for mental wellbeing in the present crisis.”

    Though, it can be interpreted like they are being afraid that the population will slowly learn their secret agenda so they want to label those as mentally unfit for society. Very dangerous direction…


    • We’re in the middle of perhaps the most transformative and globally devastating events in human history

      but we shouldn’t be “doomscrolling” as it’s bad for our sleep quality?

    • For the majority of the people who are still stuck in the maze, powering through is the only way to acquire information. It certainly isn’t healthy in the long run, but waking up to a boot in your face is even less so.

  17. Thanks for the update James.

    It was good to hear that life is still relatively normal in the land of the rising sun
    from someone with boots on the ground.
    I guess rumors of Japan’s deaths have been greatly exaggerated. 🙂

  18. nice work,
    I was just this morning writing a similar piece. i will share when done, but I suggest that this thread can be a good place to hone the details of the description (as faultytowers did), include best links to reference, basically open-source write the one page “statement of claim” which is what one hands to a judge when defending oneself.

    This isnt a new suggestion/solution on this thread, but its become a daily issue to have your exemption papers in order where I am. $500 fine for getting paperwork wrong or not being muzzled.

    There’s a small city nearby, where the state border runs right through town, literally down the middle of a busy street; one state is “open” and the other is “locked down”. on that street, one side has mobs at cafes, caking it up, while the other side of the street is shuttered and masked..

    • Oh dear lord. What’s the name of this town? Are there any references in the media? You could make a great viral video on the topic.

      • too far for me to travel without risking big fines, unless i could find an “essential” reason. Town/city is Tweed heads NSW/Coolangata queensland aus.. That was a second hand report, it makes sense because the border does cut right through the cbd, but I’ll check more sources and comment again.

        • I guess searching for truth is’t essential enough for these rat bastards, fair point.

          • I spoke with people who were at the protest rally last sunday: tweedheads/coolangatta nsw/qsld (convict island) border closure. It was also fathers day. so families met and hugged over the barricades. a few police managed to sheep herd a few thousand angry nonmaskers, an open air market on one side packed with shoppers and kids and icecream,, and across the street angry closed business’ and “locked-down”. she said “stacks of videos were taken..” here’s Mainstream abc news


            in other genocidal news: construction teams of the new tyrranica are going to indigenous communities coercing them to be jabbed. It wouldn’t surprise me if they physically forced it.

  19. re the confusing tactic of truckies blocking the border to protest multiple swabs/day and mandatory jabs: a few trucks stopped traffic for a few hours, they asked for exemptions and semi-restricted borders to be opened,, an hour or so later they moved on. that happened in a few places,, at least thats what was reported: bit of a nothing burger.

    The state of authority abuse here is getting meaner than cats piss: my step daughter’s life time best mate was nearly dead, (cause was a “rare cancer”, these are vibrant 30yr olds) the dying one asked to see her friend for one last time. The 3hr drive meant crossing a “state border”. (there were some covid cases happening about 700 miles further south so the whole state had been sent home and borders closed for the past month). the offer from the authorities was that she could rent an ambulance, wear a hazmat suit and go see her friend (while suited) for a couple hours, or pay 2500 for a 14day stay in a room (24hr solitary confinement) and then get swabbed and pcr’d negative before going to visit. the solitary was choosen, but before the 2wks finished, the friend died.

    They bring hell. The comment above claiming the rule followers as the constructors of everyone’s demise is spot-on.

    • The mental images of this cancer anecdote really paint a picture.
      The tyrannical abuse sticks in the mind.
      Countries are no longer recognizable.

  20. Thinking back to Tokyo 2020[21] Olympic Games, my wife and I both felt a sense of impending doom as we witnessed the 1800 drones soaring 175m above the stadium. According to Australia’s Channel 7, the display ‘captivated the world’ (not sure what the survey sample size was for this claim). For me, the drone display was a ‘we’ve got you by the balls’ taunt from the elites. Paris in lockdown and protest as Macron jet sets to Tokyo, contemplating the wonders that drones could wreak for technocracy.

    • “drone” is too mundane sounding for the monstrosity of what they are: assassins, automated backstabbers, limp dick cowards, reducing an unknown human to a video game target is the mediocre of our race kicking ass. I cant begin to fathom how hard that payback will be for all the players from order signers to joystick wankers.

      just a word, got me goin’, just a simple word?

      • Appreciate your contribution vadoum. If people had a true comprehension of what payback may look like, they would cease all evil and develop holes in the knees of their jeans.

  21. Clif needs a bigger whiteboard! Thank you for the share MagicBullet. Australia’s ‘crescendo’ cannot arrive quickly enough.

  22. I live in Japan, too. In the Chiba area not far from Tokyo. I’d love to network with other likeminded folk to share our thoughts about these times and perhaps some plans for survival as time goes by. Where would be the best place to start engaging in those topics with locals? Thanks.

  23. Color me confused. James reported the metal contaminant was magnetic. Then
    the government medical complex reports that the metal was stainless steel.
    Gee, I could never get my stainless steel instruments to stick to magnets?? Maybe because almost all SS is non-magnetic.

  24. I appreciate that it is a hot potato but I was was very disappointed that James did not explore the graphene oxide trail at all. Given that the Japanese authorities claim to have found contaminants in the ‘vaccines’ it was incumbent upon them to analyse them to discover what precisely was in them. The internet has been sizzling with the news about graphene oxide since 25th June when the Spanish researchers revealed their findings. Has since been confirmed by 4 other labs. What’s wrong James? Cold feet?

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