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I'm not a football fan so don't watch it and didn't see this, and am not old enough to know of Paul Harvey but I just watched this 3 or 4 times also with my daughter who praises our farm life every time we are outside. Not sure where else to put it but thought it would be welcome here:



03-18-2020 06:55 PM
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(03-17-2020 06:03 AM)MichaelWitcoff Wrote:  I mentioned this in another thread, but one of Trump’s primary failures as a leader is his belief in magical thinking - that what you say becomes reality, while what you refuse to say doesn’t. That isn’t how the world works and at no point in his Presidency has it actually helped with anything beyond getting beer-and-sportsball Boomers to cheer him on for being the “best President ever” despite not being able to explain why. Optimism has an important role in society and leadership in particular, but being unwilling to acknowledge problems until they’re so bad you have to is the sign of a poor leader and someone who cares more about his own short-term reputation than the long-term repercussions of what he’s doing. Same way he ran his businesses, borrowing obscene amounts of money and then needing a bailout when the hype didn’t translate into success (see his adventures in Atlantic City for a prime example of what I mean).

He insisted nothing was wrong until people started getting sick and dying, and now saying “we’ll be stronger than ever before!” is just giving what may well turn out to be false hope to people with low IQs and people who get their information from “trusted authorities” (but I repeat myself). In retrospect I’m actually a bit ashamed of myself for having gotten caught up in his 2016 rhetoric.

Fool me once, and whatnot. I’d much prefer to hear a sober, well-reasoned analysis of the situation than watch him keep putting bandaids on a rotting corpse while shouting “you’re gonna make it!”

Pols who want to make tough choices like cutting spending and flouting big money sponsors don't get elected.
03-18-2020 08:42 PM
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(03-17-2020 02:05 AM)911 Wrote:  The debt is bogus, it is owned by a few dozen zillionaires. There is no bag to hold, you can just write a few zeroes off, the same way they wrote them on.

UBI gets recycled into the economy. most of it is consumed. Rents, beer, steaks, Doritos, kitchen cupboards and fridges, dentists, optometrists, car garages etc.

The debt isn't bogus and it isn't owned by a few rich people. It's owned by millions of people in the form of treasuries, various money market funds, annuities, etc. If the gov't repudiates that, a lot of savers are going to get killed. It's also owned by various countries. I could go on about UBI but I'll leave that for another time.
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First I was like...

(03-18-2020 03:31 AM)eradicator Wrote:  



Then it was like...
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03-18-2020 10:27 PM
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This event has made it apparent just how far our societies have actually declined from their supposedly "poor" market positions back when the Spanish Flu hit.

Instead of businesses operating from a positive balance it seems like virtually all of them are operating under a vast line of credit where profits are only extracted on a weekly basis after figuring repayments to the creditors.

It's also being revealed how vast the number of jobs and businesses is that serve no purpose but for entertainment and other non-essential services. I've often griped about government make-work jobs being used to pull intellectual derelicts out of unemployment lines but it appears I was only seeing the tip of the iceberg. Men used to work in farming and milling and fishing and mining, in heavy industry, delivery and shops (operating without credit) selling what amounted to vital products and services.

Now all I hear is "my friend's bar is going under and he has to lay off all his staff" or "the closure of stadium X is going to put thousands out of work". The real make-work our societies have undertaken is purely in entertainment to divert us from a great number of things we ought to be paying attention to instead of getting drunk and fat and screaming at whatever bloody team is playing on the day. The sports announcer on the local ABC said the other day that to read all of the event and league closures line for line would take him 30 minutes. 100 years ago that concept would be alien. Nobody had the time or the inclination to compete in the Eurasian Paralympic Quintathlon Masters pre-season warm up events much less to watch them on Fox sports.

Meanwhile 100 years ago people literally saved the money to buy a house in cash and that was feasible. Now people are functionally renting-to-own from the bank for 25 or even 30 years. Our "poor" predecessors 100 years ago had little to no concern about evictions during a pandemic. They even had savings and were wise enough to store food. Now people need two paychecks (in the city) just to live week to week making payments on their home and they're one layoff (or pandemic) away from losing it all.

But the starkest observation is this. 100 years ago when a pandemic hit you were either sick or you were flooded with offers for work. People needed to keep running businesses because those businesses provided goods and services which were vital, so every man still on two feet couldn't toss a rock without hitting a job offer. Meanwhile the largest levels of unemployment were not related to pandemics but as usual the fuckery of the investor class and their idiotic machinations of living in the sky on clouds of interest and dividends. You know who's doing overtime right now? Anyone in food manufacturing. Anyone at a toilet paper factory. Doctors, nurses and police officers. People making medicine.
The people doing manicures and running the booths at Disneyland are in for a rough ride.
Do you think we might learn something from that?

It just so happens that in this case the pandemic and the collapse of the grand financial fuckery have occurred at the same time, and surprise surprise, people blame the virus rather than the financial fuckery.

We, as children under God, are not yet capable of responsibly using the technology that allows us to multiply our productivity. This is not to say I have no sympathy for people slinging alcohol and sportsball and travel and movies and theme parks and pushing stocks around on a screen who have suddenly found these industries to be perilous when hard times hit. But this financial crash and the destruction of the investment/entertainment complex was inevitable at some point or another, and people hoping that the olds just die so we can get back to "normal" are failing to see that the society we've built is anything but "normal".

Consider how the people working in "fashionable" industries have looked down on farmers, truckers, food process workers, shelf stackers and register operators for decades now.

Maybe by the time this is done with, the urban snobs will be arriving at the doorstep of their long lost rural cousins with their hat in their hand.

God demands of Man responsibility. God demands of Woman vulnerability. These are their curse and blessing alike. Libertianism is to Man as Feminism is to Woman.
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This should definitely interfere with government plans for mass immigration into countries like Canada where yearly projections are 350000 new immigrants per year.

How can employers and government agencies justify bringing in foreign workers when there have been mass layoffs, huge economic declines, small businesses going bankrupt and oil prices ravaged?

However, I wouldnt be surprised if they (Canada) continue with record immigration and/or foreign worker imports.

On the other hand I believe that the govt will streamline study visas for fall 2020, if institutes open up by then, to allow all of these schools to make up for lost revenue and kick start the downstream economy that is dependent on this industry.
03-18-2020 10:47 PM
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(03-18-2020 10:43 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  This event has made it apparent ... are failing to see that the society we've built is anything but "normal".

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(03-18-2020 10:43 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  We, as children under God, are not yet capable of responsibly using the technology that allows us to multiply our productivity. This is not to say I have no sympathy for people slinging alcohol and sportsball and travel and movies and theme parks and pushing stocks around on a screen who have suddenly found these industries to be perilous when hard times hit. But this financial crash and the destruction of the investment/entertainment complex was inevitable at some point or another, and people hoping that the olds just die so we can get back to "normal" are failing to see that the society we've built is anything but "normal".

If a worldwide economic recession rids the world of Funkopops, Anal Bleaching, Marvel Movies, the Progressive Stack, Instagram Influencers, Gender Fluidity and Perineum Sunning Selfies, I'll happily lose my comforts. I've pretty much given them up already over the last few years.

I'm happier slinging garbage than any 'intellectual' job I ever had where I thought I could make a difference.
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(03-18-2020 11:01 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  If a worldwide economic recession rids the world of Funkopops, Anal Bleaching, Marvel Movies, the Progressive Stack, Instagram Influencers, Gender Fluidity and Perineum Sunning Selfies, I'll happily lose my comforts. I've pretty much given them up already over the last few years.

I'm happier slinging garbage than any 'intellectual' job I ever had where I thought I could make a difference.

After-all.
In a functional & civilized society. Someone has to take the garbage away.

It may not be pretty, yet someone has to do it.
People sorting & taking their own garbage to a tip on the weekends would be better, as a matter of civil cleanliness.

Yet it only takes one social parasite in the neighbourhood to toss their garbage on the street & spoil it for everyone else.
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@nomadbrah

God allowed the black plague to take place. Which exerted similar Darwinian pressure on the populace of Europe at the time.

This ended serfdom and abolished feudalism in the long term as well as improving the lots of the lower classes.

This enabled Europe to enter the Renaissance period.

Subsequently a few centuries later the Columbian Exchange and 3 sisters planting system enabled Europe to cease having regular famines from cereal crops.

In particular Potatoes saved many lives enabling higher population and its higher nutrition enabled the Irish to be better nourished than the English who relied much more in cereals for nutrients.
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Australia :

Quote:F. off, we're full!

Australia closes the border: Non-residents are banned from entering the country from 9pm tomorrow - as PM says 80 per cent of virus cases were brought in from overseas

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...ering.html

Edit.

Thugs ram a supermarket in Canberra, Australia :

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...r-636.html


Police say it's not related to the China virus.
Yet all the same.
We could well be seeing the early onset of looting, & we're not even in the full quarantine / economic recession scenario yet...

In future.
Whenever someone who is not family says to you that they are struggling to find toilet paper & the like.
Agree with them & repeat their words in your own words.

Say you are also struggling to find toilet paper.

Even if they are friends.
Don't let unscrupulous people follow you home & then ambush you for a few rolls of toilet paper...

Loose lips sink ships.
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03-19-2020 12:16 AM
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As others noted - 9/11 brought us a war against terror that you can never win.

This thing will bring an eternal war against one or another virus - they failed to achieve that with the bird flu, swine flue, ebola. They achieved it with the bat flu.

They will now have one going once every year.

There is a reason why even Republicans are now voicing the UBI model, because it will usher in a full-on worldwide depression of epic proportions. The people happily surrendered their freedoms and their livelihoods for safety. Sounds exactly like 9/11. Governments already passed laws after 2 weeks - as if those laws had been already prepared just as the PATRIOT ACT has been drawn up years before. In Denmark the cops can storm your house with a SWAT team on the mere suspicion that you might be sick - so better don't cough too loud or your little Susie will be slammed to the ground by a 300 pound guy at gunpoint next day.

Next time someone organizes a protest, then he will get a very virulent version of some virus to which he unfortunately succumbed and had to be turned to ashes. It's even better than the anti-terror laws. The coming laws will give so many freedoms to the One World Government that the previous infringements will be child's play. And most people will be happy about it, because obviously you had to do something about the virus, it's their neighbor's fault for having it and not quarantining properly. He disappeared without a trace and that is a good thing for the safety - also he was a racist and Trump supporter, so good riddance to him.

Ah - the smell of full-on Big Brother is wonderful and the people cheer because those good good politicians are nipping it in the butt.

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(03-19-2020 02:02 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  As others noted - 9/11 brought us a war against terror that you can never win.

This thing will bring an eternal war against one or another virus - they failed to achieve that with the bird flu, swine flue, ebola. They achieved it with the bat flu.

They will now have one going once every year.

There is a reason why even Republicans are now voicing the UBI model, because it will usher in a full-on worldwide depression of epic proportions. The people happily surrendered their freedoms and their livelihoods for safety. Sounds exactly like 9/11. Governments already passed laws after 2 weeks - as if those laws had been already prepared just as the PATRIOT ACT has been drawn up years before. In Denmark the cops can storm your house with a SWAT team on the mere suspicion that you might be sick - so better don't cough too loud or your little Susie will be slammed to the ground by a 300 pound guy at gunpoint next day.

Next time someone organizes a protest, then he will get a very virulent version of some virus to which he unfortunately succumbed and had to be turned to ashes. It's even better than the anti-terror laws. The coming laws will give so many freedoms to the One World Government that the previous infringements will be child's play. And most people will be happy about it, because obviously you had to do something about the virus, it's their neighbor's fault for having it and not quarantining properly. He disappeared without a trace and that is a good thing for the safety - also he was a racist and Trump supporter, so good riddance to him.

Ah - the smell of full-on Big Brother is wonderful and the people cheer because those good good politicians are nipping it in the butt.

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But it is all worth it, because we saved grandma! Oh, she died in April? But we saved her in March! So its all worth it. No, no sir, I have never heard of the RooshV forums!
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After this thing is over, the division and hate in America will be worse than it's ever been. I'm already seeing signs of it on social media. People don't think it's safe to pop of socially just yet.
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This will be the killing blow to the EU "Union" project. Good riddance.

Deus vult!
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(03-19-2020 02:44 AM)Glaucon Wrote:  This will be the killing blow to the EU "Union" project. Good riddance.

I wish, but the EU central bank already announced a 750 bio. EUR financial stimulus program. No one will be able to leave unless that country enacts their own usury-free financial system.

This will end up giving the globalist powers and systems just more leeway.

This will usher in the age of austerity as halting a 20 trillion world economy has never been done before.

The elite absolutely loves you and they especially love pensioners and 80,5 year olds who suffer the most from this supposedly. They do this out of love and care for the common people.

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(03-18-2020 10:43 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Meanwhile 100 years ago people literally saved the money to buy a house in cash and that was feasible. Now people are functionally renting-to-own from the bank for 25 or even 30 years. Our "poor" predecessors 100 years ago had little to no concern about evictions during a pandemic. They even had savings and were wise enough to store food. Now people need two paychecks (in the city) just to live week to week making payments on their home and they're one layoff (or pandemic) away from losing it all.

This is all a choice. Here you can go to the countryside and live that life - but then no more easy lays, tons of fake friends, well-paid bullshit jobs, this is all over, you'll have to actually work and it is hard.

Who can honestly say they are surprised that the majority chooses option a ?
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(03-19-2020 04:00 AM)Oberrheiner Wrote:  
(03-18-2020 10:43 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Meanwhile 100 years ago people literally saved the money to buy a house in cash and that was feasible. Now people are functionally renting-to-own from the bank for 25 or even 30 years. Our "poor" predecessors 100 years ago had little to no concern about evictions during a pandemic. They even had savings and were wise enough to store food. Now people need two paychecks (in the city) just to live week to week making payments on their home and they're one layoff (or pandemic) away from losing it all.

This is all a choice. Here you can go to the countryside and live that life - but then no more easy lays, tons of fake friends, well-paid bullshit jobs, this is all over, you'll have to actually work and it is hard.

Who can honestly say they are surprised that the majority chooses option a ?

Except for the price of land, which is as artificially inflated as the prices in urban areas. And also the laws in most countries seem to be particularly designed to disincentivize people moving to the countryside, especially if they don't want to make farming a business, but just want to live a near-subsistence level there. So, no, it's not just choice - it's a guided choice by public policy and the markets.

Pandemics are part and parcel of living in an industrial system.
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Pandemics are part and parcel of living in an industrial system.
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Roosh mentioned ID2020 a while back. Now it has been brought up in a reply to Bill Gates in an AMA with on Reddit. Bill had started shilling digital certificates for vaccines.
Quote:Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.

A user 'thewallrus' replied:
Quote:Digital certificates? Are you saying each person individually will receive a document that says we were tested? Can that be used against us?

The user 'Telescope_Horizon' then replied:
Quote:No, he's saying Microsoft and MIT developed "tatoo markers" that show whether you have recieved a vaccine or not. This will be coupled with Gate's new invention, ID2020, which is a digital ID microchip implanted under the skin.
And gave three links as per the screencap. The part about the microchip is conjecture but likely to be true.

Many users got freaked out at the obvious implications.

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The three links:
https://www.sciencealert.com/an-invisibl...nated-kids

Quote:For the people overseeing nationwide vaccination initiatives in developing countries, keeping track of who had which vaccination and when can be a tough task.

But researchers from MIT might have a solution: they've created an ink that can be safely embedded in the skin alongside the vaccine itself, and it's only visible using a special smartphone camera app and filter.

In other words, they've found a covert way to embed the record of a vaccination directly in a patient's skin rather than documenting it electronically or on paper - and their low-risk tracking system could greatly simplify the process of maintaining accurate vaccine records, especially on a larger scale.

"In areas where paper vaccination cards are often lost or do not exist at all, and electronic databases are unheard of, this technology could enable the rapid and anonymous detection of patient vaccination history to ensure that every child is vaccinated," researcher Kevin McHugh said in a statement.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded the team's research, which was published in the journal Science Translational Medicine on Wednesday.

According to a Scientific American story, the project came about following a direct request from Microsoft founder Bill Gates himself, who has been personally involved in efforts to eradicate polio and measles through vaccinations.

https://news.mit.edu/2019/storing-vaccin...-skin-1218

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MIT engineers have developed a way to store medical information under the skin, using a quantum dot dye that is delivered, along with a vaccine, by a microneedle patch. The dye, which is invisible to the naked eye, can be read later using a specially adapted smartphone.


If quantum dot tattoos are accepted by the populace you can bet the next stage will be sub-dermal RFID chips.

https://id2020.org/

The ID2020 website does not mention any specific technologies and claims not to be involved in developing them. Hmmmmm.

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Hmmmmmmm again.
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I see tattoo being useful for soldiers, for identification purposes. However, for the civilian population, a mandatory carrying of the smart ID card(RFID device, that we in Germany already have) will suffice.

Bill looks like a zombie of sorts. His dog is creepy AF.
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Good article by Dutch monetary reformer.

The main reason for this is likely economic - the time of austerity and limited private ownership has just begun. The virus is a smokescreen.

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Quote:NWO Magick: A Faux ‘Pandemic’, And A Very, Very Real Financial Collapse
by Anthony Migchels on March 18, 2020
"Don't Panic"
https://realcurrencies.wordpress.com/202...-collapse/

(left: The State Media: ‘don’t panic’)
Let nobody tell you the current financial meltdown is about ‘the Corona virus’. The Collapse began September 27th last year, when the repo market’s interest-rate spiked to 10% and the Fed had to restart bailing out the Banks on the repo market every night. They have ceased lending to each other since then. The Fed has also been monetizing most of the massive Trump Deficit. Nobody else is buying Treasuries.

Meanwhile: there is no ‘pandemic’. A handful of oldies are dying of what’s looking like a nasty flu. Their average age of death is 81 in Italy. 79 in Holland. Their numbers are minute: in Holland we’re talking about 40 deaths up till now. Still, the whole country is grinding to a standstill, not because of the ‘virus’ and ‘sick people’, but because of the insane overreaction by the Government.

Disclaimer: I’m just reporting on the observable facts. In the early days, I was fearing this was the New World Order’s Big Depopulation Virus just as much as the next guy.

The Pandemic
There are now a grand total of………….6500 deaths world wide. In six weeks time. Most of them in China.

At least, that’s what we’re told. We’re also being told they don’t have tests. It’s called gaslighting.

In Italy, over weeks time, a grand total of 1000 oldies (81 year average) have died. According to the Italian Government, by far most of these people were suffering from serious health issues already, including heart failure, high blood pressure, and all the tribulations old people are prone to. They say it is even impossible to say they actually died of the ‘virus’, only that they ‘likely’ had it.

There is no test for the ‘corona virus’. What they are doing is quite superficial diagnoses of the respiratory system. What is happening is that anything that looks ‘bad’, is being labeled ‘corona’. This is what you get in a mass psychosis.

In Holland, there have been under 2000 cases, according to the RIVM, the Dutch CDC. Their reporting has been really quite succinct and to the point. And the facts really speak for themselves:
– 1705 cases (diagnosed in the way described above)
– 43 deaths
– Average age of the deceased: 79 (81 life expectancy)
– By far most suffering from serious additional health issues.
– A grand total of 314 people have been admitted to ICU’s. In the entire country. By far most are now back home.

Meanwhile: all restaurants, bars, coffee shops (where the Dutch go buy their weed), and food take outs are forced to close. All events have been cancelled. Self employed people and small business have seen their work commitments for the coming months just wiped out. Airliners are grounded, and can’t last even a few weeks without business. All gatherings of 100 people or more are outlawed.

Last night, Mark Rutte, the Dutch PM, held a televised ‘speech to the People’. I felt forced to watch it, because the fear was quite real he would order a total lock down of the country. Including outlawing leaving the house, enforced by the Army.

Macron has announced such measures in France. While things are the same there as in Holland. We got lucky here, though. For now. They’re promising/threatening ‘additional measures’, ‘depending on developments’, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed.

San Francisco is getting closed down too. It would be nice to assume this is just your usual Californian Bolshevist Madness, but much of the US probably will follow suit, in the days ahead.

In Spain, which is touted as the ‘biggest hotbed besides Italy’, the State is using drones to order people around, just as in Wuhan. People there too are grounded. A few hundred old people have died. Spain is just 47 million people who are not allowed to leave their dwellings.

And it’s the same picture everywhere.

In New York State, the first ‘corona death’ was reported Saturday night: an 82 year old woman suffering from lung emphysema.

In Luxembourg, also Saturday, the first ‘corona death’ was a 94 year old.

Since January first, scores of thousands of 80 year old or thereabout folks have died of the flu, general malaise, whatever, in the EU. They do so every year during ‘the season’. They don’t end up in Intensive Care at all.

This is a mind job
People are just completely bamboozled by scary graphs of ‘exponential growth’. But if there is ‘exponential growth’, why are there 6500 deaths world wide after six weeks? Most of whom have died in China during the early days of the ‘outbreak’?

Shouldn’t we be hauling off thousands of body bags by now?

It’s completely the Media doing it. Including the Alternative Media.

Conveniently, they’re saying ‘don’t pay with cash, it’s contagious’. Using a debit card machine that was just used by all sorts of drooling and coughing customers is apparently ‘safe’.

Of course they’d use such a thing in their war on cash. Just over the last few weeks, Dutch Banks suddenly unisono closed their atm’s between 23:00 and 7:00. Presumably to ‘stop robberies’. A story only journalists and the women and children believe.

Why were people buying toilet paper? Not just in America, but in the UK, Holland, France, as well? Because all the State/Corporate Media are probably running the same CIA scripts. They always do, so assuming they do so now as well is hardly a very wild guess.

Just imagine how much fun they must have had, and all the poo jokes they have been making about all the Goy/peasants eating it all up.

The ‘Alternative Media’ (90% of which is of course just trolling Jews and the CIA) is plugging the scary stories about the NWO depopulation virus, and how about ‘the Government is lying to us’. Half the population lends at least some credence to these propositions (as well they should), so this is professionally exploited by the wizards.

Honorary mention: Jon Rappoport has been one of the very few making any sense at all. He had it all figured from day one. Go read his archive.

Meanwhile, in the real world
Sunday, the Fed announced a panicky 100 point downgrade of interest rates to 0%.

They announced an emergency package of $700 Billion QE. Outright asset purchasing to ‘help price levels’ in ‘the markets’.

This was after last week, when they had given out $1,5 Trillion in short term loans on the repo market. I’m very unsure how much of these short term loans are actually coming back. Could be 100%. But it would very much surprise me.

This move had ‘stabilized’ ‘the markets’ for about 5 minutes.

The $700 Billion mega asset purchasing package ‘limited’ the damage on the futures market to ‘only’ 1000 points. Monday, yesterday, the Dow lost 10%.

The S&P index last night ended 30% lower than 10 days ago.

Interestingly, Mitch Romney and Ilhan Omar have both been calling for $1000 hand outs to normal people. Of course, ‘to help them bridge lost income due to ‘corona”.

But in reality, giving normal people cash hand outs has been under discussion for years in the regulatory scene: they know outright Bank bailouts are hated beyond measure, and giving the money to the people, while obviously not the preferred option, is just another way to keep reflating the System as long as they can.

When they are ‘forced’ to do this, it’s as bad as it looks.

Central Banks have been talking about buying up ‘distressed market assets’ for years also. They have openly announced they would do ‘whatever it takes’, and the Fed too, last Sunday, promised ‘more if needed’.

Nice, no? These scumbags buying everything up with freshly printed Euros and Greenbacks? To save the World, no less?

Next, they will consolidate everything in the State, and use that mega Capital as the foundation for their ‘Communitarian’ (Communism 2.0) World State.

Governments already own a huge chunk of ‘the markets’, through pension funds, as visible in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports they publish next to their ‘official’ numbers.

Conclusion
While they’re utterly annihilating the World economy, people are begging Big Brother to please ground them, and have the Army enforce a lock down, and do more to ‘stop the virus’.

Resistance is forestalled, as people coming together is outlawed ‘cuz corona’. In Austria it’s actually illegal since Monday to meet with more than five at a time!

Make no mistake whatsoever: this is the New World Order’s long awaited Big Push.

Ten years from now, the West will be unrecognizable. Not a shadow of its former self.


Agenda 2030 and its far reaching social engineering goals, including the end of private land holdings, will be called for by the masses everywhere.

The Bank is planning to foreclose on the entire West in the decade ahead.

The issue that has swept through the ages, that of the People vs. the Banks, will have to be faced now.

Will be faced now.

Vitamin C Megadosing: https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-74755.html
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(03-19-2020 08:54 AM)rotekz Wrote:  Roosh mentioned ID2020 a while back. Now it has been brought up in a reply to Bill Gates in an AMA with on Reddit. Bill had started shilling digital certificates for vaccines.
Quote:Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.

A user 'thewallrus' replied:
Quote:Digital certificates? Are you saying each person individually will receive a document that says we were tested? Can that be used against us?

The user 'Telescope_Horizon' then replied:
Quote:No, he's saying Microsoft and MIT developed "tatoo markers" that show whether you have recieved a vaccine or not. This will be coupled with Gate's new invention, ID2020, which is a digital ID microchip implanted under the skin.
And gave three links as per the screencap. The part about the microchip is conjecture but likely to be true.

Many users got freaked out at the obvious implications.

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The three links:
https://www.sciencealert.com/an-invisibl...nated-kids

Quote:For the people overseeing nationwide vaccination initiatives in developing countries, keeping track of who had which vaccination and when can be a tough task.

But researchers from MIT might have a solution: they've created an ink that can be safely embedded in the skin alongside the vaccine itself, and it's only visible using a special smartphone camera app and filter.

In other words, they've found a covert way to embed the record of a vaccination directly in a patient's skin rather than documenting it electronically or on paper - and their low-risk tracking system could greatly simplify the process of maintaining accurate vaccine records, especially on a larger scale.

"In areas where paper vaccination cards are often lost or do not exist at all, and electronic databases are unheard of, this technology could enable the rapid and anonymous detection of patient vaccination history to ensure that every child is vaccinated," researcher Kevin McHugh said in a statement.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded the team's research, which was published in the journal Science Translational Medicine on Wednesday.

According to a Scientific American story, the project came about following a direct request from Microsoft founder Bill Gates himself, who has been personally involved in efforts to eradicate polio and measles through vaccinations.

https://news.mit.edu/2019/storing-vaccin...-skin-1218

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MIT engineers have developed a way to store medical information under the skin, using a quantum dot dye that is delivered, along with a vaccine, by a microneedle patch. The dye, which is invisible to the naked eye, can be read later using a specially adapted smartphone.


If quantum dot tattoos are accepted by the populace you can bet the next stage will be sub-dermal RFID chips.

https://id2020.org/

The ID2020 website does not mention any specific technologies and claims not to be involved in developing them. Hmmmmm.

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They really aren't wasting any time. All they have to incorporate now is your financial information and possibly a GPS and you may just possibly have yourself the prototype for the mark of the beast.

Revelation 13 King James Version (KJV)


16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.


18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
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Following up on my above post since I didnt want a cluttered reply, the Brazilian novela, Apocalipsis, while not perfect it does a very good job at outlining the Book of Revelations.

Two videos from the novela, unfortunately they arent in English:
The antichrist presenting the mark to the press (spanish dub sorry):



Implanting the mark (portuguese spoken):


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(03-19-2020 04:12 AM)ilostabet Wrote:  Except for the price of land, which is as artificially inflated as the prices in urban areas. And also the laws in most countries seem to be particularly designed to disincentivize people moving to the countryside, especially if they don't want to make farming a business, but just want to live a near-subsistence level there. So, no, it's not just choice - it's a guided choice by public policy and the markets.

Here (france) it's possible, I don't know the situation in portugal.
I'm surprised if it's really just not doable anymore in your country, but maybe it is really the case.
Our laws do not favor either AFAIK, only the market situation makes it more complicated for some and easier for others.
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