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The econo-propagandists at the Times will always spin a decline in the rate of inflation – which still represents an ongoing increase in prices – as positive news.
From the article:
“People across the country are finally experiencing some relief from what had been a relentless rise in living costs. After repeated false dawns in 2021 and early 2022 — when price increases slowed only to accelerate again — signs that inflation is genuinely turning a corner have begun to accumulate.”
Happy days are here again!
What nonsense. This is akin to a morbidly obese man reducing the rate of his monthly weight gain — yet still gaining a few pounds each month — and declaring progress. Along with their diversionary tricks, the seditious scribblers of Sulzberger’s Times have “memory holed” the fact that two years ago, the evil “paper of record” and their preferred quack-economists were actually cheer-leading for a “weakened dollar.”I rebutted one such piece. The article is re-posted below. See for yourself who called it correctly. (toot toot)
1. Times economics writer Jeanna Smialek knows more about shoes and handbags than she will ever understand about macroeconomics. // 2. Good news fatboy! Your rate of monthly weight gain fell from 7 pounds to “only” 3 this month! // 3. On the topic of inflation, we dug up a doozy from The Times Orwellian “Memory Hole.”
FLASHBACK / 03-02-21
Rebuttal March 2, 2021: Only in the upside-down Orwellian world of Fake Economics — where the most basic dynamic of action & reaction is never understood — would the deliberate debasement of the national currency be considered a good thing if it increases exports sold to countries with a stronger currency (hence, theoretically, more manufacturing jobs here). Never mind the real income and wealth diminution of struggling elderly savers; or the decline in purchasing power of already strapped American consumers which such an insane policy would worsen. Those issues can be addressed separately — perhaps with even more money printing and debasement to pay for more welfare schemes.
This is some really crazy stuff — the equivalent of Stupid-19 insanity for economics. Let’s analyze and rebut a few lines. Hazmat suits and hip waders on, boys & girls, into Sulzberger’s macroeconomic muck we go.
Times: President Biden has made reviving American manufacturing a top priority. To deliver, he may first have to deal with something even more fundamental to the U.S. economy: the strength of the dollar. Rebuttal: The surest way to revive manufacturing (as the pre-Stupid-19 Trump years proved) is through aggressive deregulation, tax cuts, tort reform (lawsuit control), and protective tariffs. Instead, the eggheads want to debase the currency and drive up prices.
Times: “Dollar overvaluation is the big problem,” said Mike Stumo, chief executive of the Coalition for a Prosperous America, …. Mr. Stumo describes policies that prop up the dollar as a “war on the working class.” Rebuttal: Mike Stumo is out of touch with reality. We presume, given his title, that his salary and net worth in equities render his family immune to the ravages of a weakening currency. But for “working class” people living paycheck to paycheck with neither guaranteed salary increases nor higher-than-inflation capital gains each year, inflation is deadly. Nothing wages “war on the working class” like rising food and fuel prices. Nothing.
Times: Mr. Biden has hired a handful of senior economic advisers who are concerned about the dollar’s strength and have explored ways to reduce it.(emphasis added) Translation: Inflation coupled with stagnant wages is coming. Brilliant!
Times: At its simplest level, the trade deficit represents a kind of leakage from the U.S. economy: Americans buy more in goods and services from abroad than the rest of the world buys from the United States … If Americans bought more domestically made products and fewer imports, the spending would create jobs for U.S.-based workers. Rebuttal: But you’re creating another, even more serious problem (inflation, particularly on imported goods) in order to “solve” the import-export “imbalance.” It’s like trying to prevent weight gain by smoking a pack of cigarettes daily in order to tamp down the hunger pangs! Why not just exercise and gradually condition yourself to eat smaller portions? — And why not just maintain a strong currency (consumer purchasing power) anda vibrant manufacturing economy (through business friendly policies, sensible tariffs and, ironically, increased consumer purchasing power).
What is most dangerous about this system is the fact that the US dollar is already artificially propped-up due to its status as the world’s reserve currency. Worldwide dollar demand actually keeps the dollar much stronger and more stable than what it would otherwise be. If (((they))) were to start weakening the “strong” dollar, there’s no telling how fast the existing illusion would unravel as investors start dumping them. It’s quite a pickle.
1. British Sodomite crypto-Marxist John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) distorted the field of Economics. At the behest of his Globalist Masters, Keynesian ideology replaced the free market with grand and disastrous schemes of boom-bust monetary manipulation and state intervention. // 2. Let the presses roll — at interest! // 3. The elites don’t really worry about rising food prices.
1. The government sinks businesses (especially manufacturing) — then proposes to debase the currency in order to help business? // 2. Mr. Stumo is Mr. Stupid. // 3. “If I smoke more cigarettes, I’ll eat less and lose weight.”
In a perfectly honest monetary system, no government nor Central Bank would be rigging its currency values up or down to achieve this or that economic metric. Ideally, the ratio of debt-free currency to “stuff” (GDP) should be kept relatively constant because the only legitimate functions of currency are to facilitate trade and act as a store of value. In such an honest system, your money should neither depreciate (no theft of citizens) nor appreciate (we don’t want speculative hoarding either) as actual wages and saved wealth increase along with GDP.
Indeed, from 1800 until 1913, wealth increased greatly as prices for clothes and food stayed pretty much constant as neither the state nor the banksters could steal it. But then came “The Fed” (1913); the gradual abandonment of the gold standard (starting in 1933 & ending in 1973); and the post World War II enthronement of “Keynesian” economic gibberish and manipulation on a global scale.
At this advanced stage in society’s mental and moral decline, the monetary error has become so institutionalized that even “educated” business leaders seriously and openly talk about degrading the value of what’s left in our pockets, salaries and bank accounts — as if its good thing for “the working class.” Nuts!
1. From 1800-early 1900’s — booming exports AND stable currency value. Why was that? // 2. The Fed destroys the value of the dollar. // 3. Hitler’s Germany: The strongest currency in the world AND a booming manufacturing with lots of exports. Why was that?
In no less a liberal rag than Newsweek, Kevin Bass (MS MD/PHD Student, Medical School) has penned a quite surprising (and ‘brave’) op-ed saying that “it’s time for the scientific community to admit we were wrong about COVID and it cost lives…”
As a medical student and researcher, I staunchly supported the efforts of the public health authorities when it came to COVID-19.
I believed that the authorities responded to the largest public health crisis of our lives with compassion, diligence, and scientific expertise. I was with them when they called for lock-downs, vaccines, and boosters.
I was wrong. We in the scientific community were wrong. And it cost lives.
But perhaps more important than any individual error was how inherently flawed the overall approach of the scientific community was, and continues to be. It was flawed in a way that undermined its efficacy and resulted in thousands if not millions of preventable deaths.
What we did not properly appreciate is that preferences determine how scientific expertise is used, and that our preferences might be—indeed, our preferences were—very different from many of the people that we serve. We created policy based on our preferences, then justified it using data. And then we portrayed those opposing our efforts as misguided, ignorant, selfish, and evil.
We made science a team sport, and in so doing, we made it no longer science. It became us versus them, and “they” responded the only way anyone might expect them to: by resisting.
We excluded important parts of the population from policy development and castigated critics, which meant that we deployed a monolithic response across an exceptionally diverse nation, forged a society more fractured than ever, and exacerbated longstanding heath and economic disparities.
A students adjusts her face-mask at St. Joseph Catholic School in La Puente, California on November 16, 2020, where pre-kindergarten to Second Grade students in need of special services returned to the classroom today for in-person instruction. – The campus is the second Catholic school in Los Angeles County to receive a waiver approval to reopen as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. The US surpassed 11 million coronavirus cases Sunday, adding one million new cases in less than a week, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP
Our emotional response and ingrained partisanship prevented us from seeing the full impact of our actions on the people we are supposed to serve. We systematically minimized the downsides of the interventions we imposed—imposed without the input, consent, and recognition of those forced to live with them. In so doing, we violated the autonomy of those who would be most negatively impacted by our policies: the poor, the working class, small business owners, Blacks and Latinos, and children. These populations were overlooked because they were made invisible to us by their systematic exclusion from the dominant, corporatized media machine that presumed omniscience.
Most of us did not speak up in support of alternative views, and many of us tried to suppress them. When strong scientific voices like world-renowned Stanford professors John Ioannidis, Jay Bhattacharya, and Scott Atlas, or University of California San Francisco professors Vinay Prasad and Monica Gandhi, sounded the alarm on behalf of vulnerable communities, they faced severe censure by relentless mobs of critics and detractors in the scientific community—often not on the basis of fact but solely on the basis of differences in scientific opinion.
When former President Trump pointed out the downsides of intervention, he was dismissed publicly as a buffoon. And when Dr. Antony Fauci opposed Trump and became the hero of the public health community, we gave him our support to do and say what he wanted, even when he was wrong.
Trump was not remotely perfect, nor were the academic critics of consensus policy. But the scorn that we laid on them was a disaster for public trust in the pandemic response. Our approach alienated large segments of the population from what should have been a national, collaborative project.
And we paid the price. The rage of the those marginalized by the expert class exploded onto and dominated social media. Lacking the scientific lexicon to express their disagreement, many dissidents turned to conspiracy theories and a cottage industry of scientific contortionists to make their case against the expert class consensus that dominated the pandemic mainstream. Labeling this speech “misinformation” and blaming it on “scientific illiteracy” and “ignorance,” the government conspired with Big Tech to aggressively suppress it, erasing the valid political concerns of the government’s opponents.
And this despite the fact that pandemic policy was created by a razor-thin sliver of American society who anointed themselves to preside over the working class—members of academia, government, medicine, journalism, tech, and public health, who are highly educated and privileged. From the comfort of their privilege, this elite prizes paternalism, as opposed to average Americans who laud self-reliance and whose daily lives routinely demand that they reckon with risk. That many of our leaders neglected to consider the lived experience of those across the class divide is unconscionable.
Incomprehensible to us due to this class divide, we severely judged lock-down critics as lazy, backwards, even evil. We were dismissed as “grifters” who represented their interests. We believed “misinformation” energized by the ignorant, and we refused to accept that such people simply had a different, valid point of view.
We crafted policy for the people without consulting them. If our public health officials had led with less hubris, the course of the pandemic in the United States might have had a very different outcome, with far fewer lost lives.
It’s clear to me that for public trust to be restored in science, scientists should publicly discuss what went right and what went wrong during the pandemic, and where we could have done better.
It’s OK to be wrong and admit where one was wrong and what one learned. That’s a central part of the way science works. Yet I fear that many are too entrenched in group-think—and too afraid to publicly take responsibility—to do this.
Solving these problems in the long term requires a greater commitment to pluralism and tolerance in our institutions, including the inclusion of critical if unpopular voices.
Intellectual elitism, credentialism, and classism must end. Restoring trust in public health—and our democracy—depends on it.
The problem was not people’s ignorance of the facts, it was the organized antagonism and censorship against anyone presenting data that was contradictory to the mandate agenda. This is setting aside proclamations like those from the LA Times, which argued that mocking the deaths of “anti-vaxxers” might be necessary and justified. After two years of this type of arrogant nonsense it’s hard to imagine people will be willing to pretend as if all is well.
The active effort to shut down any opposing data is the root crime, though, and no, it can never be forgotten or forgiven.
NY Times: Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s Leader, Won’t Seek Re-election
The prime minister said she would step down on Feb. 7.
Oh how the mighty have fallen — and continue to fall — in this age of Q / Trump. Twas only a little more than six years ago when the exalted golden names of Globalist “world leaders” such as Barry Obongo, Killary Clinton, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Maricon, Justine Trudeau, Aung San Suu Kyi (of Burma), Matteo Renzi and Poop Frankie had to be uttered in reverential tones. These were the sainted untouchables of Libtardia. But one by one, as if some hidden hand is at work, each of these scummy scoundrels (as well as many other important names) has been greatly diminished in the public estimation. We may now add to this list of holy has-beens (as of February 7th) that donkey-face with the donkey dick in the lands “down unda” — New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Adern.
In the aftermath of Killary’s stunning defeat, Marxist Adern — though her island country only has a population of 5 million — was trotted onto “the “world stage” as the next Great Female Hope. The cornball fanfare was reminiscent of that which had heralded the coming of Mr. & Mr. Obongo in 2008 and Poop Frankie in 2013. The fawning press itself even described their created commotion as “JacindaMania.” What a spectacle it was — and one which, unfortunately, most New Zealand normies succumbed to at the time. Not any more.
The world press went wild over the demented communist of dubious genitalia.
Adern’s Red record is remarkably conspicuous. In 2008, at 27, it was elected president of the International Union of Socialist Youth at their world congress in the Dominican Republic for a two-year term. In 2014, Adern was also selected for and graduated from the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Young Global Leaders program, founded by Dr. Evil himself — Klaus Schwab (cough cough). Adern remained involved publicly as a part of the Global Leaders Alumni and spoke regularly at WEF events. Is it any wonder now as to why this communist beast was showered with such love and veneration by the international Fake News?
After being elected PM in 2017, Adern, predictably, steered her small ship of state hard leftward. But it was two events in particular for which the deviant demi-goddess would become elevated to full-blown totalitarian goddess — the Christchurch mosque fake shootings and the Stupid-19 scamdemic.
* The Christchurch “Massacres” of 2019
Ardern received international praise for her “compassionate” response to the FAKE crisis-actor shootings which were said to have killed 49 and injured 51 Muslims. A cheesy photograph of Adern — in a Muslim head-covering hugging a member of the NZ Muslim community — went worldwide viral and was projected onto the world’s tallest building, in Dubai. In response to the shootings, Ardern demanded a tightening of New Zealand’s gun laws. Less than one month after the attack, the cowed Parliament passed a law banning most semiautomatic weapons. Ardern and French President Maricon (also a WEF grad) then co-chaired the 2019 Christchurch Call Summit, which aimed to “bring together countries and tech companies in an attempt to bring to an end the ability to use social media to promote terrorism and extremism.” The “massacres” led to more gun control and more internet censorship. How convenient!
The Stupid-19 years of 2020 & 2021 would mark peak JacindaMania as Adern garnered nausea-inducing “international acclaim” ™ and more “high marks” by Bill Gates and the Fake News for his / her “strong response” to the “pandemic.” The demented donkey shut down the already isolated island very early and very hard — like no other country in the world.
On March 14, 2020, Ardern announced that the government would force anyone entering the country to quarantine for 14 days — boasting that the new rule would give New Zealand “the widest ranging and toughest border restrictions of any country in the world”.
On March 19, the toothy tyrant decreed that New Zealand’s borders would be closed to all non-citizens, and that the country would move to Alert Level 4, including a nationwide lockdown. And with every new rule — every verbal threat — every vaccine mandate for public employees — and every fear-mongering press conference — the international Fake News puffed and praised Adern to dizzying levels. But by 2022, the harsh and destructive burdensome policies of 20 & 21 were being criticized.
Thankfully, the bloom is finally off of this fake flower now — as yet another superhero of NWO Globalism and its Stupid-19 operation seems destined for political destruction and eternal obscurity (assuming it is not already locked up in Gitmo prison).
Oh how the world worm has turned!
1. Adern’s daily COVID lectures and nasty threats delighted totalitarians worldwide. // 2. Adern backers Bill Gates of Epstein Island & his wife Melinda are no longer together (if they aren’t in Gitmo already.)
With this epic battle for the world still raging, I — in spite of all the cancellations and hate mail — is not about to betray the dauntless man who saved us all from the unimaginable Hell-on-Earth apocalypse which the sainted Killary Clinton (who would now be 1-year into a second term) would have unleashed upon humanity. The game that Chess Master Trump is playing against the Deep State amounts to a ruse so clever that it’s even got many of his followers (er, “ex” followers) tricked.
Write him off as a con man or even a traitor if you insist; but before doing so, do consider some undeniable precedents of Trump being “two-faced” — for the sake of a strategy known as “optics.”
The pattern is unmistakable by now. In each of the following cases, Trump, in order to silence the ferocious media cannons firing at him, said something which deeply upset many of us — while continuing to quietly work against the Deep State Globalists and getting his way in the end.
On the Clintons
Trump’s True Position: Lock her up! The Media Attack: “Trump’s threats to arrest the Clintons smack of “Fascism!” How Trump Silenced the Attack: After winning the election, he stated, on 60 Minutes: “The Clintons are good people. I don’t want to hurt them.” The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump’s not even in office yet and he has already broken his promise to have Hillary arrested!” The End Result: Prosecutor John Durham — who was appointed by Trump! — is indeed investigating the dirty dealings of the Clinton Mafia. Patience on this one, boys and girls. The timing has got to be perfect for such a move as the arrest of such high-ranking players as the Clintons — who may actually already have been arrested and replaced by those “Deep Fakes” that the New York Slimes and Killary herself had warned about.
The Clintons // The Bait
On the House Freedom Caucus
Trump’s True Position: Trump courts the true conservative bloc of anti-establishment “America First” Congressmen (Jim Jordan, Ron DeSantis, Mark Meadows etc). He sees this small group of fighters as his most important allies in the fight against the Deep State. The Media Attack: “The Freedom Caucus is made up of far right extremists!” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He sided with Speaker Paul Ryan (who Trump actually hated all along) in criticizing and threatening the House Freedom Caucus for being too extreme. The Sunshine Patriots: “Trump and Paul Ryan are attacking the finest members of Congress! Trump is a phony!” The End Result: Trump engineered a situation in which the Freedom Caucus now controls the US Congress — and its members are positioned to carry out serious investigations into very serious matters.
House Freedom Caucus // The Bait
On Climate Change
Trump’s True Position: The Climate Con is a hoax. The Media Attack: “Trump is a climate denier! The world is in crisis.” How Trump Silenced the Attack: While still President-Elect, he invited climate con artists Leonardo DiCaprio & Al Gore to Trump Tower to “open mindedly” hear what they had to say about the “crisis.” The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Stupid Trump is being controlled by libtarded Ivanka! He is a Global Warmist now!” End Result: Trump pulled us out of the Paris Climate Scam, ramped up domestic energy production and defunded / fired a whole bunch of warmist scientists.
The Climate Con // The Bait
On North Korea
Trump’s True Position: The dangerous Korean Cold War must end. The Media Attack: “Trump is being soft on the evil dictator Kim Jong Un” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He called Kim “Rocket Man” and threatened to attack North Korea with “fire and fury.” Kim (also in on the game) responded by calling Trump a “frightened dog.” The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is a neo-con warmonger!” The End Result: Trump’s people had been in secret back-channel communication with Kim’s people all along. The Korean Cold War — which always had the potential of bringing the US and China into war with each other — is over.
North Korea // The Bait
Trump’s True Position: Pull all US troops out of Afghanistan The Media Attack: “Trump is negotiating with the terrorist Taliban!” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He publicly ended the talks with the Taliban and threatened to bomb them – as he privately maintained back-channel negotiations. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Traitor Trump is going to keep us in Afghanistan!” The End Result: The final US withdrawal (as planned by Trump) occurred under “Biden” in a way that made it seem as though “Biden” botched it!
Afghanistan // The Bait & The Switch — both described in the same headlines.
The End Result
Trump’s True Position: Work with Putin to kill NATO and avoid World War III The Media Attack: “Trump is leaving Europe vulnerable to Russian attack!” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He boasted about how he strengthened NATO. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is a pro-NATO Globalist!” The End Result: NATO cannot counter Russia’s justified actions in Ukraine because Trump (not “Biden”) is the true Commander-in-Chief. The war-making alliance is dying right before our eyes.
NATO // The Bait & The Switch — both described in the same headlines.
The End Result
Trump’s True Position: End the CIA-Mossad proxy war against Syria The Media Attack: “Trump is being soft on the evil Bashir al Assad” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He called Assad “an animal” and — after telling Assad’s Russian ally in advance — launched a harmless missile attack on an empty field. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is an Israeli-owned warmonger!” The End Result: After Trump defunded the CIA program propping up “the moderate rebels” (ISIS), Russia and Iran finished off the CIA-Mossad mercenaries on the ground. The Assad government was saved.
Syria // The Bait
Trump’s True Position: Maintain peace in the region The Neo-Con Media Attack: “Trump is being too soft on Iran.” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He threatened to attack Iran. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is an Israeli-owned warmonger!” The End Result: Iran, now free of Obama’s “Iran Nuclear Deal,” is free to pursue nuclear weapons to defend itself against Israel. Along with Russia, Iran is now an influential power in the region.
Iran // The Attack on Trump
On Gun Control
Trump’s True Position: Pro 2nd Amendment — 100% The Media Attack: After the 2018 hoax shooting at Parkland High School in Florida, a deafening roar for “gun control” went forth from Fake News and prominent politicians of both parties. How Trump Silenced the Attack: He publicly agreed that something had to be done. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is about to betray us on the 2nd Amendment!” The End Result: After allowing the temporary furor over Parkland to fizzle out, Trump did nothing. Since Parkland, there has also been a noticeable decrease in these hoax shootings.
Gun Control // The Bait
On Russia / Ukraine
Trump’s True Position: End the dangerous CIA-Mossad proxy war against pro-Russian east Ukraine and cripple NATO before it ignites a World War. The Media Attack: “Trump is Putin’s bitch!” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He said a few nasty things about Putin and made a public show about the weapons he was selling to Ukraine. The Sunshine Patriots: “Trump wants a war with Russia!” The End Result: The military aid to Ukraine was delayed and came with the condition that they not use the new equipment! The Ukrainian warmongers were demoralized and the tension eased. The Ukraine “civil war” ended (update: February, 2022: Putin is cleaning up Ukraine while Trump pretends to condemn his actions).
Ukraine War // The Bait
Trump’s True Position: Peace in the broader Middle East and a deal between the Israelis and Palestinians. The Media Attack: In this case, there was no attack because Trump skillfully preempted the Israel First elements. How Trump Silenced the Attack: Trump blocked any Jewish attack by pretending to kiss Satanyaoo’s ass and making the meaningless gesture of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. The Sunshine Patriots: “Oh no! Trump is a Zionist puppet! Muh Jared Kushner!” The End Result: Satanyahoo is out of power (as are Israel’s top blackmail agents, Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislane Maxwell) and the whole Middle East is quieter than it has ever been in 70 years. The US is out and Russia and Iran are now the regional powers. Said Trump recently of Satanyahoo: “Fuck him!“
Israel // The Bait
Stupid 19 & The Vaccine
Trump’s True Position: Give the chicken-shit normies their magical vaccine in order to thwart the planned multi-year Scamdemic; block the Great Reset that was to come out of the deadly multi-year lock down; and launch the great counter punch of 2022. The Media Attack: “Trump is being negligent! His supporters refuse to take the vaccine and he’s not saying anything to encourage them.” How Trump Silenced the Attack: He recently made his strongest public statements yet in favor of voluntary vaccination (knowing full well that it wasn’t going to change anyone’s mind on either side of the issue). The Sunshine Patriots: “Trump is evil! Mike King is a shill!” (rolling eyes) The End Result: (As we foresee it) In the eyes of the bewildered masses of Normiedom, Trump comes out of this manufactured controversy looking like “the adult in the room” — as the “Biden” administration and the Demonrats continue to implode. The international hysteria over Stupid-19 will end this Spring, soon after Trump’s “Truth Social” media giant (an absolutely critical element to all of this) comes online. Investigations into election fraud, human trafficking, the Russia hoax etc are continuing. The “Storm” will begin to hit (in the public eye) no later than this summer — intensifying in stages and finally culminating with a historic electoral rout — which even the media is already projecting — by America First Republicans in November.
Be patient, boys and girls. Understand that we are fighting an irregular war, with regular casualties, against an “invisible enemy” (more Trumpian code). Stop taking Trump literally.
Geopolitics & Empire: Geopolitics & Empire is joined by Emanuel Pastreich, who serves as the president of The Asia Institute and as director general of the Institute for Future Urban Environments. He declared his candidacy for president of the US as an independent in February of 2020. Welcome to Geopolitics & Empire, Mr. Pastreich.
Emanuel Pastreich: It’s an honor to be here.
Geopolitics & Empire: I came across your work recently, your writing and your interviews, and I thought I had to have you on the show because you have many unique insights and you’ve got a fascinating life experience. It is hard to peg who you are because of your interesting background. If you could just briefly maybe tell us, who is Emanuel Pastreich?
Emanuel Pastreich: Right. Well, that’s a tough one and I’m maybe not the most qualified to explain myself. I came from a relatively establishment background in the United States. I’m still wearing a tie, and I was a professor of Asian studies, so I spent a good part of my life in Korea and Japan, and I studied Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. When I was at the University of Illinois back in 2000, 2001, I became quite committed to opposing the totalitarian rule in the United States, which continues to the day. And as a result of my efforts with others, I ended up being basically unable to work in the United States and living in Korea from 2007. Tried to come back to the United States once in 2019, which was not successful.
I’m back in the United States after three years away; just arrived a week ago. I am trying my best to address real issues in the United States and to puncture a hole in the blanket of hypocrisy and fraud that has wrapped around every aspect of American society, and, by extension, around the world. I want to talk about real things.
I had declared in February, 2020, when I saw what was happening with this so-called Biden-Trump election, that I would run as an independent candidate for president and address real issues, not with any particular leftist or rightist perspective. I tried to just scientifically address what were the problems in the United States. And that caused a lot of problems, but it did give me the chance to get in the habit of giving talks, speeches, which has now become my primary means of expressing myself.
I hope we can return to politics based on intellectual inquiry, on a moral commitment, and on real engagement with citizens, as opposed to a fraudulent “feel good” approach to blanket marketing.
Geopolitics & Empire: I purchased your book “I Shall Fear No Evil.” I think people can download it for free. You touch on most of your points in that book.
I agree with much of what you say. And maybe we can start with what you touched on: what’s wrong with the US?
I’m from Illinois, I’m from Chicago, and 20 years ago I saw a lot wrong. I’m a history major, former teacher, former professor of history, I could just see the cycle of history.
Emanuel Pastreich: Where were you teaching?
Geopolitics & Empire: Well, I taught abroad in Kazakhstan and in Mexico. That’s part of the story. I decided to leave the United States. When you’re born as an American, you never imagine we were an empire. I thought we were just a country, the United States, and then you realize there is stuff we get into like 9/11, and other things. The reality is we’re an empire, and we’re the biggest empire in the history of the world. So we are starting all these wars, killing millions of people.
There’s a lot of good that America has done, but a lot of bad too. We have to be fair. There’s the militarism. And we’re bankrupt financially–you talk about that. I also think that spiritually we’re bankrupt.
Emanuel Pastreich: Intellectually too.
Geopolitics & Empire: We’re at each other’s throats. Then there’s the techno-authoritarianism. I might get you in into trouble. In April, I believe the Department of Homeland Security told PayPal to shut off my account. I’m banned from using PayPal.
Emanuel Pastreich: Well, congratulations.
Geopolitics & Empire: And so if you could tell us basically, what’s wrong with America as you see it?
Emanuel Pastreich: Well, to some degree it’s a cyclical process. If you have any institution, any government or empire and it runs 250 years, you start to have these institutional contradictions and collapse. To some degree it’s because of the institutions that were originally set up no longer correspond with the reality of how decisions are made, or how the economy works. I happen to like the US Constitution and I refer to it. It’s not a perfect document, but it gives some basic principles for governance, which I think are quite unique.
It was a unique, successful experiment in history. It doesn’t mean the United States was successful, it just means that concept of constitutional government where they took some of the essence of what was discussed in Greece and Rome and tried to take the empire out of it. That was the concept behind the United States. It was a noble experiment that offers much for us.
However, it was flawed from the beginning. Obviously slavery, the destruction of the native peoples, also the idea of real estate and how it was imported here and enclosure, all that part of the project was obviously flawed. But we did have some good aspects to the United States, which sometimes were positive for the world.
But over the last 50 years, we saw the militarization of the economy and then this move towards a radical expansion of financialization and privatization. And in that process, I think, we also have to take note of the end of the Cold War, which has been celebrated in what we’re force fed in media and in academics. But the end of the Cold War was essentially the end of an opposing perspective in the world. Basically during the Cold War (I’m not saying Soviet Union or the People’s Republic of China got it all right) socialist nations at least offered a different perspective, were able to suggest that things like class struggle, the concentration of capital, and ideology were topics to talk about. These were things that were important in their newspapers and universities. And when the Soviet Union and China basically went over to a modified neo-capitalism, with a little bit of socialist characteristics mixed in the drink, then we lost that other perspective in the world.
And as a result from the 1990s on increasingly these ridiculous ideas about economics spread. In the United States, or in Japan, or in Germany in the 1970s—through the 80s even, there were professors of economics who took Marxist economics as a major part of their approach to economic theory. There are zero people like that now, except for bloggers.
We’ve lost this potential for other perspectives. It’s not saying that Marxism is perfect. I’m not a Marxist by the way, but I’m sympathetic to Marxist analysis. I think that addressing class issues and finance and ideology is critical. And so we now are in this position in which consumption, growth, exports are assumed by basically everybody to be essential for the wellbeing of people, or that the stock market has a relationship (other than parasitic) to the lives of ordinary citizens.
These things are accepted as truths, right? They’re talking about a rise in the stock market as good for you.
And we have in the United States now these cardboard messiahs, whether it’s Bernie Sanders, or AOL, or Donald Trump who come up with these quirky ideas about what economics is, or how we can be more progressive, concerned with working people.
But essentially they buy into the entire economic money system and they’re not interested in saying, “Why don’t we make people independent from money?” They’re not trying to say, we can support ourselves.
We don’t have to spend money. People in the 19th century, most of them didn’t use money. They used it only when they went to market once a month to buy things they needed. Some metal products or certain items like clocks. But basically in their daily lives, they were able to support themselves and their communities were able to support them. That is real economics; that’s positive.
Actually that’s the real meaning of market economy. It has become a horrible term that’s been so distorted. Market economy means you go to the market in your community and you sell carrots, or the chairs you made, and you exchange them with your neighbor who is selling butter, or fabrics or whatever. And you have this mutual support system.
Now market economy means Google and Facebook and all these techno tyrants, which print up their own money by devaluing our money, and they control the entire system. They set up these IT systems (like the technology we are using now) in which we are forced to communicate with each other, to exchange, to buy things through them. They control the means of production, means of distribution, means of sales, and the means of communication, and increasingly the ideological structure itself. They produce these false conservatives and these false progressives whom we are supposed to buy.
Geopolitics & Empire: That was my next question. We’ve got an oligarchy in the US and I think it’s just as bad as the Russian oligarchies and these foreign dictatorships. I think the issue for us is that because Americans are more prosperous, we care less—as long as we can buy our nice cars, iPhones, and other stuff. We don’t really care about our oligarchy, but they’re just as bad, if not worse.
You mention sham elections. I agree with you; just to read a quote from your book, you say, “I say that if we do not have an election in which someone like me can be a candidate, can have a chance to be covered in the media, that we are not holding elections but rather holding an impressive sham. We have no intention of recognizing any such sham elections. In fact, until there is an election in which someone like me can get proper attention and the chance to be on the ballot, we will not recognize any of these elections.”
Just a quick thought on the elections. As you say, on our left, our right, we’ve got fake conservatives and a fake left. No one is anti-war anymore on the left.
Emanuel Pastreich: That’s true.
Geopolitics & Empire: There’s a handful on the right, but they all stay within a certain bounds. None of them have ever crossed the red line.
Emanuel Pastreich: Right. Well I think the decision to run as independent candidate for president was a serious one. I take it quite seriously and I put a lot of work into the speeches. The preference to my book is out in 40 languages. I don’t have Croatian, but I have many other languages—many from Central Europe for that matter. It was a campaign both in the United States and also globally meant to say, let’s have an alternative view.
And we’ve been basically blocked out. I think that American elections were always flawed. I wouldn’t say there was a perfect time, but there’s been a catastrophic collapse of the political system over the last 20 years. And the result is these sham elections, as I was suggesting in my recent post.
Now politics is determined not by elections, but by false flag operations, like 9/11 or COVID-19 or these mass shootings, whatever, these are how politics are determined, not by voting at the ballot.
In order to move beyond, to go back to some logical, scientific, rational process, I think we have to look back to the founding of the United States, or other countries, and recognize that the basis for the United States in the beginning, and the ways in which it was successful, were based on revolutionary thought, recognized that the United States is a revolutionary country.
That’s the core where we start. And we have to say that the Declaration of Independence notes very clearly,
“When a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”
Our two founding documents are the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. You not only are entitled to, but you have a moral obligation to oppose this system, to overthrow it, and to create a system which is democratic, transparent and accountable.
That is my position when I am running as a candidate. I would love it if people vote for me, if they put me on TV, and if I got attention like Donald Trump, or these bedridden people like Joe Biden.
But that’s not my purpose. My purpose is to be revolutionary. And so I believe the best way that I can affect politics, that we can affect politics, is to take a stand and to say, “This is the truth. This is what needs to be done.” I’m not interested in whether the New York Times or CNN will cover me, because they’re so corrupt and so useless and dangerous, that as far as I’m concerned, we should lock them all up too. I have no interest in pandering to them.
And I would also say that that was the major mistake made by so many people in the United States over the last decade (as we fell into late imperial decay): they thought, I have this good idea, what might be a good idea, and in order to realize that idea, I’m going to compromise. I’m going to downplay it, going to soften it up a little bit, modify it in such a way that, one, the New York Times will mention me, and two, some wealthy donor will give me money.
And my position is to say, I’m not going to do that. And that this is the only way to achieve real change in the United States, and globally, to draw a line in the sand.
It may seem pointless. You might see me as someone who is a failure. I was not able to work in the United States from 2007. I have been unemployed for long periods of time, which was not all that pleasant. But I think that my actions were more politically meaningful than if I had compromised on 9/11 and other issues and tried to play the game here in Washington D.C.
Geopolitics & Empire: Just one real quick question on 9/11, not to go in depth, just get your big picture take. One of my subscribers recently tuned to the email list told me they’re signing off because I believe 9/11 was a false flag operation. And I’m like…
Emanuel Pastreich: It’s so obvious
Geopolitics & Empire: For me you’re not a serious person if you can’t take on the false flag operations. My response to him was that in graduate school in Geneva, Switzerland I was taught about this type of thing. It is a basic historical fact. The Roman Empire did it. Nazi Germany did it.
Emanuel Pastreich: I would even say it is an ancient tradition.
Geopolitics & Empire: Russia has done it. It’s a basic military strategy. NATO has done it. Japan has done it, Israel has done it, Turkey has done it. Tell me a country which has not run the false flag operation.
But just real quick, you mentioned previously, but also in one of your writings, you’ve written the false flag “serves as critical tool in American politics by creating mass trauma in the population that inhibits the formation of organized resistance or the possibility of rational intellectual discourse.” And so just your quick take on 9/11.
Emanuel Pastreich: Well I think that in that respect, 9/11 was extremely successful. Basically it shut down the American mind.
We need to use Hermann Broch’s term “the sleepwalkers” to describe our ruling class. We see people who are intellectuals, who are extremely well educated. They read books. They are lawyers, doctors, businessmen, but they’re incapable of conceiving of what is happening. They’re basically sleepwalking through history, unable to conceive of these higher-level traumatic shifts in governance.
And so 9/11, is most representative in that respect. If you’ve taken one semester of physics in high school, you can figure out that this event was impossible. It cannot possibly be true. I watched it. I was in the US, at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign at the time. I saw it. I was not a physics major. I thought, this is not possible. Something else is going on here.
But there’s no way that if two (if it’s what happened) airliners crash, it’ll cause three buildings that made of concrete reinforced with steel to collapse. It cannot possibly be true.
But I think looking back on it now, that that was the whole point; the point was, just like with COVID-19, to force-feed the population a story which was not credible from the beginning. And the purpose of that was to degrade the ability of citizens to think for themselves scientifically and co-opt an entire class of intellectuals.
I’ve written about this topic using the ideas from Julien Benda’s classic book “The Treason of the Intellectuals” from 1927.
That was a large part of 9/11, and of COVID-19. This large class of privileged intellectuals, people like myself, decided –and I saw this at the University of Illinois and elsewhere– that they would go on with this incredibly stupid, unbelievable, argument on physics and on geopolitics to explain this trauma.
They went along with it. They took the money. There are always going to be some intellectuals like that, but the fact that there were so many for both 9/11 and COVID-19 who were willing to buy the story indicates something deeply wrong.
I have a classmate who’s a teaching at MIT and I talked to her, and talked to her about COVID-19 at the very start. She was just following the rules. I know that she’s smart enough to know that it just doesn’t make any sense scientifically.
As I put it in one of my articles, technology buried science in a shallow grave. We have a system in which technology is mistaken for science. We moved towards this “sciencism,” as opposed to science. In sciencism the truth is determined by experts at Harvard or Stanford, or wherever, as opposed to by a rigorous investigation of phenomena.
That started before 9/11. You can trace it back. In some ways it started with Oklahoma, which was the precursor to 9/11. I think if we hadn’t had the trauma of the Oklahoma bombings, that 9/11 would’ve been harder to pull off. And finally, I would conclude by saying that many of these things they’re planned out. DARPA (defense advanced research projects agency) and RAND and other agencies–now there’s a proliferation of these think tanks or consulting firms—planned these traumas. From the 1960s on they carried out a whole series of studies in psychology, mass trauma, et cetera, in which they essentially came up with these classified plans, some of which have been declassified, most of which have not. The plans describe how to transition a population from one state to another over time through the use of mass trauma.
And that’s what 9/11 was about. Oklahoma was the first point of mass trauma, then 9/11, then COVID-19–and there were a few others in between.
On the one hand the operations had very specific agendas, what they were trying to do in the short term. But there is a larger agenda, which is to create a totalitarian state, on in which people are not aware, as you mentioned, that the system is totalitarian.
There’s a radical alienation between the reality on the ground and the manner in which ruling class intellectuals, who set the tone and the message, perceive the world. We live in a fantasy world in which we are told this is how the United States works. And then there’s the reality of how it really works. Basically they’ve become two unrelated realms.
Geopolitics & Empire: Just to comment on the academic aspect, I worked in education, in academia here in Mexico, and just as you described it, I find it sad. Most academics, all they care about is their money, their salary, their wages, and their career. I want the truth. I had my classes taken away from me when I taught at a high school and at a university. And the trick was that it’s harder to get fired from the high school than it is the university.
Emanuel Pastreich: Interesting.
Geopolitics & Empire: After one or two semesters they took away my courses at the university on international relations because I was talking like you are. Eventually there was a new person who took charge and he didn’t know my way of thinking. And so I got my courses back. It’s just really sad. It just goes back to the fact that the people want the money, they don’t care about the truth.
Emanuel Pastreich: Well, I’ve seen that. Certainly many academics now, and I see this in my colleagues, people who I used to be quite close to in another lifetime. Consider the priority to be getting grants. And so grants are the goal, certainly not scientific method, right? They must go along with what grantors want. And that process no longer involves any sense of public good, or of government or institutions that are run for the public good.
We have the Drew Faust, the previous president of Harvard. When she retired, she was appointed to the board of directors of Goldman Sachs. Unprecedented in American history. But it’s telling. So the priority for these research institutes and their administrators is their ability to suck up to global capital.
That is what it’s about. And so obviously if we’re talking about Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, or other Blackstone, or other private equity, these guys are sophisticated. They hire consulting firms and tell them how to modify teaching and academic research at Harvard over time so that it serves their purpose, essentially they help to cover your tracks for you. You do not modify intellectual discourse in too explicit a way. You throw in a little bit of multiculturalism here, a little bit of gender theory there; you talk about how unfair it is that poor people are not doing so well, but you don’t identify the process of how we got here.
It’s become, I think it’s a major, major industry, this whole distortion of reality in advertising, public relations, consulting, and then on beyond that in research, academics, journalism, and the basic principles of discourse now. It’s a form of prostitution.
I like to talk this trauma in terms of incest, rape, and prostitution, the three fundamental traumas in human relations, in sexual relations–sexual relations have profound symbolic power in our society.
And all of them, incest, rape and prostitution, have their equivalents in our political world and in our intellectual world. And that’s what we’re witnessing. Increasingly we’re talking about all of those. Incest is the false flag, the internal compromise in which the compromise is so profound for the victim that it can’t even be addressed. Rape is similar in that it brings the person into this relationship which was unwanted, but in a way which is so embarrassing (and sometimes involves some mutual attraction), that it becomes so horrific that the individual cannot even conceive of what happened.
And so in many cases of rape in the real world, people never report it because they think it is so demeaning to the self and they can’t even confront it in themselves.
In the case of prostitution, that which should be expression of concern, or affection, or love, or commitment to family, becomes a means of making money, a service. And we see such a distortion all across our society, especially in education. Rather than teachers being concerned with society or with students, or with family, it becomes just a means to produce money. Maybe you are not selling your body but you are selling your soul.
Geopolitics & Empire: I wanted to have you unpack COVID-1984, as I call it, and basically the same thesis I’ve held from the very beginning, January, 2020, you put into words, I never viewed that there was a pandemic at all. My theory is that it was planned, this whole event. It was either some low key bio weapon or it was entirely manufactured from whole cloth. Either way, there was no pandemic. We just could have just gone on with our lives normally.
You wrote recently on your Substack, and I recommend people read this article, the links will be in the description. You say, “Operation COVID-19 was a global coup d’etat disguise as a pandemic that was launched against China and the world in December, 2019. And that continues onto the present.”
You say that, the reality is that a tiny group of key players representing the super-rich in the US and in China coordinate closely to promote COVID lockdowns in China. And you say that everywhere they were applying this digital dictatorship. This is my interpretation. All the nations did it. I was living in Kazakhstan, I fled through the US to Mexico. I observed the creation of the “algorithm ghetto” social credit system, the “electronic concentration camp” passports, QR codes, and mandatory injections. And in some places you couldn’t even buy food without it. It’s like the Book of Revelation. You can’t buy or sell without the mark.
Emanuel Pastreich: That’s true.
Geopolitics & Empire: I some places they say you can’t even go to the public park without vaccine certificates. I can see that it’s a global elite that has no allegiance to nationality. It’s the US elite, it’s the Chinese elite. And they use, as you said, these private tech IT companies that are already embedded within all of our countries. We’re basically being run by big tech. Could you tell us more about how you see COVID?
Emanuel Pastreich: Well, I think you’ve described it quite accurately there. I maybe just add a few words to say how it works. I think one of the key aspects of this takeover has to do with the concept of government. So we’re being fed this narrative by the controlled opposition that says government is bad, inherently bad, and all the bad things happen because of evil politicians or bad government. Now, obviously, government is bad these days, but if you say that government cannot possibly serve a purpose, meet the needs of the people, that this is a nihilistic and depressing perspective. I think that view is being force-fed to us by those power elites in order to discourage us from trying to organize ourselves and to create government. That is the first thing I would say.
The second part is the takeover of local government, and central governments, around the world by these IT companies. So, whether it’s in Sichuan province or it’s in Oklahoma, local governments are lobbied and then intimidated, bribed and threatened, in order to get these IT companies to run government for them. So whereas you previously had government officials, good and bad, who basically made the decisions based upon various pressures from around them in the community, now you have just one or two government officials, the president or the governor, or whatever. And their job is to outsource the budget to these IT companies who run everything for them. This happened to universities; it happened elsewhere.
This is a profound transformation. So essentially when you see a message that says, the government does this, or this is the government, or this QR code is scanned by the government, in fact, there’s no government behind it. It’s not government in any sense of the word. It’s a totalitarian dictatorship run by these global IT companies.
And they have some tricks to hide their tracks, but it’s not that hard to figure out. Basically Amazon, Google, Alibaba, there are 10 or so big players are taking over the world. And then there are smaller customized players. For example, as I mentioned, in Israel we have Black Cube and other customized private intelligence firms that facilitate the transformation. I think they were very much involved in what’s happened in China. I was criticized for this for not giving the evidence for this transformation in China, but just take my word for it.
I’d be happy to give you the evidence at some future date. But they also were very much involved in it.
And so we need to combine the evidence from these precedents. On the one hand, we have the research from DARPA and from RAND from the 1960’s and 70’s, how to modify people’s behavior and also how to take over basically the government through this privatization drive. Then we have the research from Guantanamo Bay and the so-called torture programs after 2001 in which experiments were carried out (Naomi Klein describes this in some detail) on how to modify behavior through isolation, i.e social distancing, masks, and other forms of repeated ritual behavior.
These rituals associated with COVID-19 are meant to be meaningless and fraudulent, and most importantly, the person involved at some level knows that the rituals (like wearing a mask) are fraudulent—but he still does them. And that action of participation in one’s own destruction degrades the ability to resist. So you can create very passive environments through those policies.
Those two strategies were combined with some understanding of AI and how it could be used to induce a passive, narcissistic, self-indulgent and decadent culture among people, especially in the mid-level ruling class. I discussed this in my article, “the terrarium economy.” We see in America this fake ruling class, people who went to Harvard and they become lawyers and doctors. They own three million, five million, $10 million in assets and a house by the beach or in France or in Italy.
They think they’re the ruling class, but it’s a fraud. The ruling class are these people who control basically the means of production and they control the nature of money. Those people are worth hundreds of billions. We don’t even know how much they’re worth because they make it up for themselves.
But for those people, the billionaires, the difference between a lawyer who has $10 million in assets and a homeless person is the difference between a roly poly and a spider. We are all bugs from their perspective. They know, based upon the reports they receive from their private intelligence and strategy teams, that by creating this false terrarium economy wherein there’s an imagined ruling class headed by someone like Biden, and it also contains a lot of poor people in it so as to create a visible little conflicts among us, that you can blind people to the fact that the whole system is all enclosed and controlled by this elite group.
And finally, much of the analysis that could be helpful for understanding economics is prohibited.
I hate to stress Marxist analysis because I’m not really a Marxist, but I’m also practical. Whatever approach works I will use—as I told Josh Jadwin the other day.
Marxist economics can be extremely helpful. I don’t think we should dismiss it just because we have some bias fed to us by the controlled opposition. We’re trapped in this system wherein the ideology is controlled by these people, as is the means of production, the means of distribution, the means of communication, and money itself is controlled by them.
And they’re dumbing us down. I think we have supercomputers doing this. They’ve calculated how fast or how slow to move towards the totalitarian system, how to create false conflicts like how Trump is excluded from Twitter, or whatever—all irrelevant. But it works because people’s thinking has been so degraded by technology. In fact, technology like Facebook or Twitter is designed to degrade your ability to think.
As a Conspiracy Analyst, just sniffed out and channeled a real gem for us. Of all the past hints and “prophecies” which the Globalists communicated to their Deep State henchmen about a future “pandemic,” this find ranks high when it comes to pinpoint accuracy and shock value.
In a November 2008 report titled: Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) — the agency which oversees all intelligence agencies — and the National Intelligence Council didn’t just telegraph Stupid-19, but also “guessed” the time-window and foretold how many people were to have been genocided in America and worldwide.
Just to add a bit of critical context, the multi-topic report about a “transformed world” was published right about the time that Obongo was elected, marking the start of the Bilderberg-certified “16-year plan” to finish off America once and for all with 8 years of Bath House Barry followed by 8 years of Killary Clinton. The math: 2009 + 16 = 2025.
The opening page provides the synopsis of the report:
“We prepared Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World to stimulate strategic thinking about the future by identifying key trends, the factors that drive them, where they seem to be headed, and how they might interact. It uses scenarios to illustrate some of the many ways in which the drivers examined in the study may interact to generate challenges and opportunities for future decision makers. The study as a whole is more a description of the factors likely to shape events than a prediction of what will actually happen.”
Spy-Speak to English translation: These are our goals and secret programs for the coming 16 years.
The “study” covers issues like BRICS, the Climate Con, migration, terrorism, international trade etc. — always from the Globalist perspective. But it is the “description of a factor” on page 75 — which was not a “prediction,” of course (rolling eyes) — that really causes the jaw to drop and the blood to boil. As you read this evil excerpt, keep in mind that this scamdemic was supposed to have struck with the Satanic Witch Killary lording over us in her second term. Evidently, it was moved up a few years in order to strike at Trump during an election year (mail-in ballot fraud.)
Headlined Potential Emergence of a Global Pandemic, the entire 1-page item is copied below.
The Deep State doesn’t get any deeper than the DNI — whose “scenario” of a “before 2025” global pandemic constitutes proof of a conspiracy.
Potential Emergence of a Global Pandemic (bold emphasis and parentheticals in certain places are ours)
The emergence of a novel, highly transmissible, and virulent human respiratory illnessfor which there are no adequate countermeasures could initiate a global pandemic. If a pandemic diseaseemerges by 2025, internal and cross-border tension and conflict will become more likely as nations struggle—with degraded capabilities—to control the movement of populations seeking to avoid infection or maintain access to resources.
The emergence of a pandemic disease depends upon the natural genetic mutation or reassortment of currently circulating disease strains or the emergence of a new pathogen into the humanpopulation. Experts consider highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) strains, such as H5N1, to be likely candidates for such a transformation, but other pathogens– such as the SARScoronavirus or other influenza strains—also have this potential.
If a pandemic disease emerges, it probably will first occur in an area marked by high population density and close association between humans and animals, such as many areas of China and Southeast Asia, where human populations live in close proximity to livestock. Unregulated animal husbandry practices could allow a zoonotic (from humans to animals) disease such as H5N1 to circulate in livestock populations—increasing the opportunity for mutation into a strain with pandemic potential. To propagate effectively, a disease would have to be transmitted to areas of higher population density.
Under such a scenario, inadequate health-monitoring capability within the nation of origin probably would prevent early identification of the disease. Slow public health response would delay the realization that a highly transmissible pathogen had emerged. Weeks might pass before definitive laboratory results could be obtained confirming the existence of a disease with pandemic potential. In the interim, clusters of the disease would begin to appear in towns and cities within Southeast Asia. Despite limits imposed on international travel, travelers with mildsymptoms or who were asymptomatic could carry the disease to other continents.
Waves of new cases would occur every few months (variants). The absence of an effective vaccine (they would have waited years before coming up with their death jab.)and near universal lack of immunity would render populations vulnerable to infection.In this worst-case, tens to hundreds of millions of Americans within the US Homeland would become ill anddeaths would mount into the tens of millions.
Outside the US, critical infrastructure degradation and economic loss on a global scale would result as approximately a third of the worldwide population became ill and hundreds of millions died. _____________________________ A: US and global health organizations currently are working to develop vaccines that may prevent or mitigate influenza pandemics. A breakthrough in the next several years could reduce the risk posed by pandemic influenza during upcoming decades.
B: How fast a disease spreads, how many people become sick, how long they stay sick, the mortality rate, and the symptoms and after-effects will vary according to the specific characteristics of whatever pathogen is responsible for a pandemic. This scenario posits plausible characteristics that fall within a range of possibilities for these variables.
2008 Scenario / DNI Report
“If a pandemic disease emerges, it probably will first occur in an area marked by high population density and close association between humans and animals, such as many areas of China.” ***
2021 Headline / Nature Magazine
FAKE! // Tell it, Church Lady. Tell it!
Let us review: “Before 2025” — “Coronavirus” — “respiratory illness” — “animal to human transition” — “from China” — “spread by air travel” — “waves of new cases every few months” — “hundreds of millions dead.”
But not a “prediction,” eh?
These demonic bastards had a long term plan to crush the world economy, cull humanity with their vaccine, and then nano-chip the survivors with the Bill Gates “666” technology. And they would have succeeded had Killary Clinton not been derailed by the man that some of “youse guys” are now attacking (and in some cases, defunding) little ol’ me for defending.
Please share this amazing find.
*The full DNI.gov pdf of the report itself is linked here.
Page 75 of the official report, page 95 of the pdf: “Tens to hundreds of millions of Americans within the US Homeland would become ill anddeaths would mount into the tens of millions.”
India experienced a unique, sudden, unprecedented and extraordinarily large excess all-cause mortality event in April-July 2021, which is not adequately explained as a “second wave” or as being caused by a new variant of concern. After an overview of four recently published studies that have quantified the April-July 2021 excess all-cause mortality event, we give ten numbered arguments as to why we conclude that the extraordinary mortality event was caused by India’s vaccine rollout in its early stages. Therefore, it appears that the early rollout of the vaccine in India in April-July 2021 was devastating, causing the deaths of approximately 3.7 million residents, on administering approximately 350 million doses of the vaccine.
India experienced an extraordinary excess-mortality shock in April through July 2021, not seen in any other country in the world.
The mortality by week rose to almost 700% of its baseline value in April 2021, based on 90 municipalities in the state of Gujarat (Acosta et al. 2022; their Fig. 2), and the mortality by month rose to almost 400% of its baseline value in July 2021, based on 19 Indian states, 1.27 billion population (Leffler et al. 2022; their Fig. 1). To be clear, this represents all-cause mortalities that are 7-fold (by week) and 4-fold (by month) greater, respectively, than the pre-Covid (2019) all-cause mortalities in India.
This 4-month April-July 2021 excess mortality event in India is described in four independent studies published in leading medical journals (Acosta et al. 2022; Jha et al. 2022; Leffler et al. 2022; Lewnard et al. 2022); and it represents the great majority of excess all-cause deaths for the entire Covid period examined since a pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization on 11 March 2020.
Given the extraordinary characteristics of the 4-month April-July 2021 excess mortality event in India, it is useful to reproduce key figures from the said studies, in order to grasp its significance and nature, as follows.
Figure 2: Jha et al. (2022), using 0.2 million health facilities nationally, their Fig. 3. This is essentially the same figure as Fig. 1 in Deshmukh et al. (2021).
Figure 4: Acosta et al. (2022), using death certificates from 90 municipalities in the Indian state of Gujarat, their Fig. 1.
Figure 5: Acosta et al. (2022), using death certificates from 90 municipalities in the Indian state of Gujarat, their Fig. 2. Based on mortality by week. (Upper) Full figure. (Lower) Selected enlargement.
Figure 6: Lewnard et al. (2022), in the Chennai district, India, their Fig. 1. (Red line: 14-day moving average estimates of daily mortality in 2020 and 2021 (observed deaths), corrected for lagged reporting based on 2019 observations.)
Figure 7: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India (2022): C+ WIN dashboard, by age as indicated. (Upper) Broad view. (Lower) Selected enlargement.
Figure 8: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India (2022): C+ WIN dashboard, by dose type as indicated. (Upper) Broad view. (Lower) Selected enlargement.
For the following reasons (presented as numbered points), taken together, we conclude that the 4-month April-July 2021 surge in excess all-cause mortality in India may largely or predominantly have been caused by the vaccine rollout in its early stages.
1. The mortality event is unique to India, sudden, unprecedented, massive and synchronous with India’s vaccine rollout to the most elderly and most fragile (comorbidity) residents (Figures 1-8).
2. By comparison, in relative terms, there were no significant mortality events and there was no significant cumulative excess mortality prior to April 2021, during more than a year of the declared pandemic (Figures 1-6).
The declared pandemic would have had to spare India for more than a year, while it raged in many other places around the world, before it showed a dramatic many-fold increase in virulence, suddenly in April-July 2021, when vaccines coincidentally were being rolled out to the elderly and those having comorbidities.
3. The early rollout of the vaccine was not executed following the original ambitious plan but instead was at first delayed by implementation difficulties and then boosted by an ad hoc government intervention (Prime Minister Modi’s 11-14 April 2021 Teeka Utsav, “Vaccine Festival”), which encouraged accelerated blanket and penetrating delivery to the poor, uneducated, and those presumed to be most in need.
4. A similar synchronicity between increased vaccination associated with a government intervention to accelerate vaccine delivery and an anomalous surge (peak) in all-cause mortality is observed in connection with the so-called “vaccine equity” campaigns in the USA. An anomalous fall-2021 peak was interpreted as being caused by the vaccines, and is prominent in the 25-64 years age group in 21 states of the USA, most notably including Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida and Louisiana (Rancourt et al., 2022). The data for Mississippi is shown below (Figure 9).
Figure 9: Rancourt et al. (2022), their Fig. 11B. All-cause mortality by week (light-blue), cumulated number of people with at least one dose of vaccine (dark-blue), cumulated number of fully vaccinated people (orange) and cumulated number of people with a booster dose (yellow) by week from 2019 to 2022, for 25-64 years age group in Mississippi. Data are displayed from week-1 of 2019 to week-5 of 2022.
In the study by Rancourt et al. (2022), it was concluded that significant (detectable by all-cause mortality) vaccine-induced mortality occurred primarily among fragile groups, characterized by high degrees of poverty, disability, obesity, diabetes, and high medication rates. The vaccine injection was seen as an additional challenge, often accelerating and causing death in residents with comorbidities.
5. The magnitude of the April-July 2021 excess all-cause mortality event (normalized by population) is highly heterogeneous from region to region in India (above-cited references). This suggests that the net regional excess mortality is related to the underlying heterogeneity of health status, and to differences in health-status group selection, which were actually vaccinated in a region; rather than being due to a given infection fatality ratio (and its age profile) for the rapid spread of an infectious disease, applied to all regions similarly.
6. The April-July 2021 excess all-cause mortality event occurs simultaneously across India, as do the national vaccine rollout and Prime Minister Modi’s “Vaccine Festival” intervention, rather than showing any distribution of starting times, which would be compatible with a spreading infectious disease seeding different regions at different times and spreading at different rates depending on regional differences of social and health conditions.
7. The April-July 2021 excess all-cause mortality, at least initially, is significantly larger, on a mortality-baseline-percent basis for mortality by week, for 40-64 year old residents than for 65+ year old residents (~880% vs ~570%) (Figure 5). This is incompatible with controlled clinical studies and empirical observations, which find that infection fatality probability of COVID-19-assigned death is exponential with age (Bonanad et al., 2020; Goldstein and Lee, 2020; Santesmasses et al., 2020; Bauer et al., 2021; Elo et al., 2022; Sorensen et al., 2022). However, the age-dependence behaviour is similar to what is observed for the vaccination period of the Covid period compared to the pre-vaccination Covid period in the USA (Rancourt et al., 2022; see their Fig. 17).
8. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) of the USA unambiguously shows excess all-cause deaths immediately following injections with each of the three types of COVID-19 vaccines used in the USA, with a prominent peak within 5 days of injection and an exponentially decaying excess mortality extending 2 months following injection (Hickey and Rancourt, 2022; see their Figs. S3 through S5). The integrated mortality by number of injections following injection (injection toxicity) increases exponentially with age, as does the batch to batch variability of toxicity (Hickey and Rancourt, 2022; see their Fig. S6). The latter observations of exponential increases with age mean that the injections represent fatal challenges in proportion to frailty of the subject.
9. Detailed histopathological and immunohistochemical autopsy studies have demonstrated that the COVID-19 vaccines are causes of death, both in otherwise healthy subjects and in elderly subjects with comorbidities (Choi et al., 2021; Schneider et al., 2021; Sessa et al., 2021; Gill et al., 2022; Mörz, 2022; Schwab et al., 2022).
10. We have not found any study establishing that there was a sudden rise (and fall) of any disproportionately virulent variant of concern that would have been synchronous with or swept through and caused the April-July 2021 excess all-cause mortality event. For example, Dhar et al. (2021) postulate that the April-July 2021 “second wave” event in Delhi (the capital city of India) was due to the Delta variant, which would have quickly swept Delhi to become predominant because it would have higher transmissibility and larger immune escape than concomitantly circulating variants. However, Dhar et al. estimate the needed characteristics of Delta by fitting a model to the epidemiological data and to the variant predominance estimated by genomic measurements from small non-randomized cohorts. Leaving aside the large known and unknown uncertainties throughout their exercise, basically, the inferred characteristics of Delta are obtained by fitting to the data, rather than being independently measured in a controlled clinical trial. Under such circumstances, the mortality event creates an illusion of the needed Delta, but an actual Delta cannot be concluded to have caused the mortality event.
In conclusion, it appears that the early rollout of the vaccine in April-July 2021 in India was devastating, causing the deaths of approximately 3.7 million residents (Figure 1), on administering approximately 350 million doses of the vaccine (in a population of 1.39 billion).
This corresponds to an effective vaccine fatality per dose ratio (per-dose toxicity) of approximately 1%, which is approximately x100 the vaccine fatality per dose ratio for the Janssen vaccine administered to 65+ year old residents of the USA, calculated from the VAERS data (Hickey and Rancourt, 2021; see their Table 1). It is also approximately the same vaccine fatality per dose ratio (1%) as is consistent with the anomalous fall-2021 peak in excess all-cause mortality occurring in high-poverty states of the USA, which was interpreted as being caused by the vaccine: Rancourt et al. (2022) and see the data for Mississippi shown in Figure 9.
Frail residents are susceptible to being fatally harmed on injection and should be protected against overly enthusiastic or politically motivated state-run injection campaigns implemented without stringent individual clinical risk assessment.
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Denis G. Rancourt, PhD is a Researcher at Ontario Civil Liberties Association (ocla.ca).
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After Fanning COVID Fears, China Must Now Try to Allay Them
China’s COVID Lock-down Outrage Tests Limits of Triumphant Propaganda
File this felonious filth under “chutzpah” — the yid word for that peculiar brand of shameless audacity which the usual suspects are so notorious for. Can you believe this crap? After two full years of having scared the piss out of the bewildered boobs of the overlapping tyrannical kingdoms of Libtardia & Normiedom with front page death graphs, spooky fairy tales about this or that “variant”-of-the- month, and numerous hate articles aimed at the non-vaxxed — Sulzberger’s Times is criticizing China for having “fanned COVID Fears” to such an extent that the current process of dialing it down will be challenging.
The opening dose of “chutzpah” — from the topmost featured article — represents a classic case of projection for it appears to ridicule the very policies which the Slimes had actually promoted
“For nearly three years, the Chinese government deployed its considerable propaganda apparatus to fan fears about Covid to justify large-scale quarantines, frequent mass testing and the tracking of more than a billion people. As the authorities now shift their approach to the pandemic, they face the task of downplaying those fears.”
This from the same greasy bunch that once lamented the fact that westerners were not as willing to accept Orwellian “contact tracing” as their Asian counterparts were. (here)
The Times is able to get away with such astonishing reversals because the cult followers who worship its printed sermons are incapable of any independent critical thinking. A line from George Orwell‘s novel “1984” — describing how the Party got the normies to support the seamlessly (and constantly) shifting war alliances of Oceania — makes for a good comparison:
“Oceania was at war with Eurasia: therefore Oceania had always been at war with Eurasia. The enemy of the moment always represented absolute evil, and it followed that any past or future agreement with him was impossible.”
By simply not speaking of the past alliance with “evil” Eurasia, it was as if it never existed. Likewise, the collective memory of the Slime’s role in propagandizing the public and damaging the world with absurd fear porn over Stupid-19 has already been erased — thus enabling the recent attacks on China’s “extreme” policies.
1. As the mandatory TV screen blared out the most hateful anti-Eurasia war propaganda, Winston Smith dared to reflect upon his distinct memories of Oceania having been allied with Eurasia not too long ago in the war against East Asia. // 2. Normies were required to attend the “Two Minutes Hate” each day and scream at images of the enemies of Oceania — who had once been their allies. (reminds me of the holier-than-thou masked & vaxxed lunatics of peak Stipid-19)
The good news out of China is that the “spontaneous” protests over Covid policies have already backfired. Not only will the foreign & domestic Deep States NEVER be able to topple the beloved Xi, but China’s recently announced move to return to normalcy will pull the rug out from beneath the Shanghai Mafia and their allies in western Globalism. If anything, the rent-a-mobs served the purpose of flushing out more CIA-backed traitors, as was the case when the treasonous bastards of Hong Kong showed their faces.
Don’t be too surprised if in about week or so, we read in the Slimes about how China’s reckless rollback of Covid restrictions is causing the imaginary virus to return. Think I’m joking? NPR Radio has already started that new Orwellian head-snapping, mind-rape. Just today:
“Vaccine hesitancy may hamper China’s efforts to ease COVID restrictions.”
Over the course of the past several days, the “paper of record” — dutifully followed by all the rest of the howling hyenas of “mainstream media” — have gone into sympathetic surround-sound mode over the “spontaneous protests” said to be engulfing China. Not including this Guest Essay penned by Wu Qiang ( more on this POS, later on) — Times propaganda operatives have crapped out no less than 18 other pieces on this event over the course of just that past 6 days — 16 (and counting) of which over just the past 3 days alone.
These are all Times stories that can be found online. Have a look:
All of a sudden, the Times is sympathetic to people protesting against extreme anti-Covid measures??? When the Canadian truckers did that last year, they were portrayed as ignorant terrorists!
Regular readers do not need to be told what this all means – but we’ll spell out for “you guys” anyway. What’s happening in China is just the latest feeble attempt by the corrupt anti-Xi, coastal establishment “Shanghai Clique” and their western Deep State allies to stage a fake “spontaneous uprising” — aka “Color Revolution” — with the usual corny party theme (in this case, blank sheets of white paper to symbolize “the dead”). Shanghai is in fact the “epicenter” of both the brutal Covid lock-down policies and the emerging protests.
Much like US or Brazilian governors acting on their own during the height of the Stupid-19 lock-downs and mandates, the regional Shanghai-connected bosses throughout China imposed some horrible restrictions on their own initiative. The purpose is to incite a rebellion which they hope to steer into the overthrow of Trump’s powerful ally, the “authoritarian” Xi Jinping. See the trick? It won’t work of course, but hopefully more of China’s traitors will be smoked out and rounded up by Xi’s White Hats, as was the case after the “spontaneous” uprising in since-pacified Hong Kong — the “Umbrella Revolution”(rolling eyes).
here are many sincere but ignorant mouthpieces from Conservative Inc. now seizing upon these fake protests for the purpose of supporting their all-along opposition to lockdowns and “anti-Communism.” Ignore these provincial clowns, who are so lacking in intuitiveness and inquisitiveness that they fail to take notice that they are making common cause with the Soros fronts and The New York Times.
Then there are the CIA-affiliated dis-info specialists who convincingly dwell amongst us on the “far right,” but whose true purpose is to target Xi. The fast-growing Epoch Times — with its bizarre anti-China / anti-Xi obsession — falls into this category. Ignore these types as well.
And lest there be any remaining doubt as to the true nature of these exaggerated “anti-Covid-mandate” protests occurring in China, let’s have a brief look at the author of this “Guest Essay” which the “paper of record” saw “fit to print” — the aforementioned Wu Qiang.
The English-language, Hong-Kong-based, South China Morning Post(Deep State) — a publication owned by the Chinese giant Alibaba Group — did a puff piece on this character. Alibaba, for your information, is a tech & retail conglomerate co-founded and formerly chaired by the exiled anti-Xi billionaire and darling of the western media, Jack Ma.
“In a small, book-strewn flat in Beijing’s outskirts lives one of the last Chinese academics who refuses to be silenced by the ruling Communist Party’s relentless crackdown on intellectuals.
Wu Qiang, 50, once had an enviable career as a political science lecturer at the elite Tsinghua University. But he was dismissed in 2015 after conducting fieldwork at the Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong a year earlier. (emphasis added)
Puffed up by Jack Ma’s henchmen — “academic” — “intellectual” — “political scientist” — “elite university” — “Hong Kong movement” and NY Times approved. Case closed.
1. Soros and the Globalists hate Xi — whose pro-business, pro-tradition / culture system is actually “Fascist” (which is good)– not “Communist.” // 2. Xi’s boys have gained the upper hand over the Shanghai Gang and put the hard core Marxist Maoists out of the political business almost entirely.
Wu Qiang — the Xi-hating western wannabee “intellectual” with a shelf packed with books he’s probably never even read, and an ugly piece of “abstract art” adorning is wall. Nice sandals, Mr. Wu. Goes so well with the suit — and buy yourself an iron and some starch with all that CIA money, will ya?!
We are living in an ever-more intense “Death Tsunami”; Dr. Sherry Tenpenny tells us.
She says in the UK, 1 in 73 people who got the shot are already dead, according to US government data. She adds, about a 1,000 people a week die, as a result of the coerced vaxx campaign.
About 900 professional athletes have already died – and the number is rapidly increasing, mostly from myocarditis, a result of the vaxxes.
When they first started with the shots in early 2021, Dr. Tenpenny says, we saw hundreds of people with electronic charges – Instagram pics with keys and other metal pieces, clinging to arms and foreheads. You may remember having seen such photos.
This is clearly the result of heavy doses of Graphene Oxide in the shots.
She suggests, they may have changed the formula of the injections, as such pics have largely disappeared – but the substance is still there.
This looks like the first lots were sort of “trial balloons”. They got away with them. Nobody stopped them.
Graphene Oxide, when exposed to hydrogen, takes on a magnetic charge. Dr. Tenpenny refers to hundreds of scientific documents testifying to this.
She reminds us that “they” want 3 to 5 billion people to be eliminated from the planet.
It’s a “slow killing”– sometimes very, very painful. Most people don’t connect the dots.
What Dr. Tenpenny says is substantially the same as expressed as a warning to the world earlier by Dr. Mike Yeadon, former VP and Chief Science Officer of Pfizer.
Dr. Tenpenny ends by recommending that anybody who is listening to this – or gets the message otherwise, should never ever take any Covid shot anymore.
Definitely NO BOOSTERS!
This cautioning also applies to simple flu shots, or combinations of flu-Covid shots – which are now being marketed. Because all these shots – “they” don’t tell you – will contain killer formulas.