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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Going Viral

 Future's So Bright,


  Parallels are being drawn between Cyber Polygon https://www.weforum.org/projects/cyber-polygon  "warning" of viral cyber attack on international digital finance with "COVID-19 characteristics", and Event 201 in October 2019. Event 201 warned of a global novel coronavirus pandemic threat, which may have leaked out in June of that year.  https://www.johndayblog.com/2021/06/fort-detrick.html 
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​  ​It looks like SARS-CoV-2 virus was already on the loose in the US, Wuhan-Games, France and Italy (at least) by the time Event 201 was held, so if one assumes similar staging, then the fall of the dollar-denominated-western-empire is already underway.
I’m not saying you should not hold some cash. I think you should, and should have good relations with the places where you get your needs met and contribute to the needs of others, and ride a bike, and grow vegetables.
You already know my approach.

​  ​Supporting evidence is that (patient, prudent) Russians are now openly scorning the puppet-leaders of the western empire, and frontally attacking the dollar, while giving openings for negotiated settlements, at the same time.
​  ​Russian authorities are planning to shift the nation’s currency liquidity from the US dollar to the euro, the country’s Finance Ministry announced on Monday.
“Our number one goal is to turn Russia into a euro-oriented country, thus to replace the dollar with the euro,” said Dmitry Timofeev, head of the department of external restrictive measures control at the Russian Finance Ministry.​  ​
https://www.rt.com/business/525902-russia-dumps-dollar-for-euro/

​  ​Look at the elegance, please.
The ​Atlantacists (US/UK/etc.) have​ strained to keep EU and Russia separated since the collapse of the USSR.
First, the EU was going to share in the pillage and plunder, and it did, but when Russia reasserted autonomy under Putin, the pillage tapered to residuals on debt.
Lately, the US has been straining mightily to keep the (energy-buying) EU separated from next door energy exporting Russia, which is just not possible, if Germany is to maintain production and pricing, and Europeans of modest means are to survive the winters.
​  ​The last decade of wars has been fought, at least partly, to control the oil and gas flows to industrial Europe. Blocking Iranian oil/gas and Russian gas/oil, while substituting other sources, controlled by the US military, has failed, despite massive injuries to Iraq, Syria, Iran and Ukraine.​ The US is clearly losing dominance.​

​  ​Flipping those tables, Russia positions to destroy the petro-$ by ceasing dollar trade of oil. Russia would really like to use the Euro, and basically join the EU in some way, splitting Europe from NATO military diktats, and forming a much more powerful European alliance, based on local geography and meeting of local needs, while North America does whatever, grows corn, rebuilds infrastructure, beats swords into plowshares…

​  ​Just imagine the flip from petro-buck to petro-Euro, Eurasian integration in an augenblick (blink of eye). The Russian Central Bank​ ​​already​ took part in Cyber-Polygon ​(massive hacking attack on central banking WEF wargame) ​last summer. ​Russian finance​ clearly under threat from the west. They kept muddling through, and making all those inferior Russian products, and getting some stuff from China, and now they are not apparently threatened at all by elimination from dollar-denominated trade, so the dollar must be threatened as global reserve currency, so yes, hold more as cash. (Yes, ​crazy-world.)

​Biden (his handlers) really have a lot of patching-up to do with relations in Europe, not even considering Rusia, as power relations must become more even-handed.
  President Joe Biden and his European Union counterparts will commit to ending outstanding trade battles next week at an EU-US summit in Brussels on June 15, as globalists eager to get back to 'business as usual' seek to unravel tariffs related to a steel and aluminum conflict which came to a head under the Trump administration - contributing to over $18 billion in US and EU exports subject to steep levies.
  According to Bloomberg, which has seen a draft of the conclusions, the allies will agree to resolve disagreements - including a nearly two-decade old aircraft dispute which involves illegal government aid provided to Airbus and Boeing - before July 11. In advance of the agreement, US and EU leaders have agreed to suspend aircraft tariffs until July ahead of the pending settlement.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/biden-and-eu-leaders-unravel-trumps-18-billion-america-first-tariff-fight

​  ​Charles Hugh Smith sent this claptrap from the Fed https://www.federalreserve.gov/econres/notes/feds-notes/preconditions-for-a-general-purpose-central-bank-digital-currency-20210224.htm​  ​,about what the essential requirements for a central bank digital currency for the US would be and who would have to sign on. Notice that the real-stakeholders, the Buffet-Bezos-Gates-Soros crowd are not on the list. It’s a lie. It sounds like they don’t have it worked out yet, but smaller banks (than the Fed) will sort of get cut out to keep the central banks in bidness.
One point​ it makes​ is that Federal Reserve Notes are a central bank liability, whereas other things are not. Holding FRNs gives one a bit more autonomy, makes one a little more like a real person, a central bank. That doesn’t go very far, but people are in the habit (supremely important) of accepting FRNs as “cash”; don’t have to give it a second thought. Some of us remember stagflation, but it all happened in $US for Americans. It’ll happen again.
Now is a bad time to buy lumber. It’s 4 times usual $ price. maybe it’ll be half that next year. Probably one should be counter-trending with $US, and not be time pressured if it can be avoided. Chinese window-unit air conditioners still seem to be cheap, even the better ones. We got the last one at the medium price at the Yoakum grocery store yesterday. It works fine. ​It needs electricity.
We got the kitchen floor repaired and I spent about 10 hours in the humidity gardening and pushing a good-little-Honda mower.​ 
We just keep plugging away, even when we can't really keep up with things. 
Accomplishments come as sudden surprises, but they come sometimes.​

Like Charles Hugh Smith has said, “work on plan-C”.
I was mulling this over while I pushed the mower. Plan to have options and recourse in scenario-C, a scenario of ​Great Depression​ type collapse/reset. 
Maybe all the ​study, thought​, vegetable gardening and communicating with other prepper​s​ will be good for us.
​(​Be on good terms with God and Man…​)

​  ​One thing that is increasingly important for me is to have a working understanding of what we need as a baseline to survive and to thrive, so that I can be of assistance and offer counsel, advice and a demo, if called upon some day.​ This is not so grand. One cannot understand vegetable gardening through the seasons in the abstract, without some years and seasons of necessary improvisation and adaptation.​ Maybe I won't be called upon, so I'll just have a good food producing homestead. It's a nice thing. People do admire the project as it is progressing in fits and starts. There is a human archetype around keeping a productive and healthy vegetable garden and or orchard. There is natural resonance within people.

How America went from Mom-and-Pop Capitalism to Techno-Feudalism (so what's next?)
​  ​On the economic front,  global lockdowns eliminated competition from small and medium-sized businesses, allowing monopolies and oligopolies to grow. “The biggest loser from all this is the middle class,” wrote Logan Kane on Seeking Alpha. By May 2020, about one in four Americans had filed for unemployment, with over 40 million Americans filing jobless claims; and 200,000 more businesses closed in 2020 than the historical annual average. Meanwhile, US billionaires collectively increased their total net worth by $1.1 trillion during the last 10 months of 2020; and 46 people joined the billionaire class.

​Michael Snyder observes:​  (Cars don't actually need computer chips. Remember the Pinto? America could make its own Yugos, little trucks and vans.)
​  ​Many of the imbalances that are contributing to the nightmarish shortages that we are currently witnessing are not going to be solved any time soon.  Ever since I started The Economic Collapse Blog, I have been warning that outsourcing the production of just about everything and running massive trade deficits year after year would eventually have very serious consequences down the road.  Well, now we are officially “down the road”, and our incredibly foolish trade policies have put us in a very precarious position.  During the “good times”, being extremely dependent on the rest of the world to make stuff for us wasn’t a problem, but now it is rapidly becoming a national security issue.
​  ​For example, without a steady flow of computer chips, our society as it is formulated today simply could not function.  We need computer chips for our vehicles, for the trucks that transport all of our goods, for the farm equipment that produces our food, for the extremely sophisticated equipment in our hospitals and for the millions upon millions of electronic devices that connect to the Internet.
​  ​The global chip shortage has been a very painful reminder of how exceedingly dependent we have become on technology, and it has also shown us how unwise it was to outsource production of most of our chips to Asia.
​  ​Back in 1990, the United States produced 37 percent of all computer chips in the world.
Today, that number has fallen to just 12 percent.
http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/outsourcing-the-production-of-virtually-everything-has-brought-us-to-the-brink-of-a-nightmare-scenario-for-the-u-s-economy/

​I have seen no mention of exceptions for those who have had COVID-19 and are naturally immune, none. This is arbitrary. Your-body, our-choice...
Vaccinate or terminate: Houston Methodist hospital workers leave jobs behind over COVID vaccine requirement

WHO Celebrates as Indian Health Regulator removes Ivermectin from it's COVID-19 Protocol​  
After India finally gets somewhat of a grip on its deadly second wave, one of its health regulators just took away one of its main lines of defense.
​  ​India’s Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has executed a policy reversal that could have massive implications for the battle against covid-19, not only in India but around the world. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions of lives, are at providing stake. Providing no explanation whatsoever, the DGHS has overhauled its COVID-19 treatment guidelines and removed almost all of the repurposed medicines it had previously recommended for treating asymptomatic and mild cases. They include the antibiotic doxycycline, hydroxychloroquine zinc, ivermectin and even multivitamins. The only medicines that are still recommended for early treatment are cold medicines, antipyretics such as paracetamol and inhaled budesonide.
​  ​“No other covid-specific medication [is] required,” say the new guidelines, which also discourage practitioners from prescribing unnecessary tests such as CT scans.


​On the other hand... WHO Chief Scientist Served Legal Notice In India For Allegedly Suppressing Data On Drug To Treat COVID-19
https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/who-chief-scientist-served-legal-notice-india-allegedly-suppressing-data-drug-treat-covid

"It was China what done it" (All the bioweapons labs were playing with the same coronavirus strains and gain-of-function mix-and-match special-features.​)​
​  ​EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak – who collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on research funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease – appears to boast about the manipulation of “killer” SARS-like coronaviruses carried out by his “colleagues in China” in a clip unearthed by The National Pulse.
​  ​Daszak made the admission at a 2016 forum discussing “emerging infectious diseases and the next pandemic,” which appears to be at odds with Fauci’s repeated denial of funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology

​From The Conservative Woman: Serious considerations for parents. Group approval or protect your children?
​  We do know that the vaccines produce a range of cardiovascular and neurological events including strokes, myocarditis, pericarditis and paralysis in a significant number of people. In the small US state of Connecticut at least 18 children and young adults have come down with myocarditis, an extremely serious and sometimes fatal condition involving inflammation of the heart muscle (and they’ve only just started vaccinating children there). The Israel Ministry of Health has reported that the incidence of myocarditis for vaccine recipients is between 1 in 3,000 and 1 in 6,000 in young men.
  In Canada (population 38 million) only 11 children have died from Covid since the start of the pandemic. In the UK (pop 68 million) 32 children have died. It is nearly certain that all of them had one or more severe comorbidities. The fact is, most children brush off Covid without even knowing they’ve had it. For all intents and purposes, Covid poses zero risk to healthy children.
  It is clear that for children the risk of death or injury from the vaccine is at least an order of magnitude greater than the risk of death or injury from the virus. So since herd immunity or zero Covid is clearly an impossible goal, why in God’s name are we subjecting our children to the risk of death or life-changing injury? I’ll tell you why: Because this really isn’t about health at all. It’s being driven mostly by two things: the profit motives of Big Pharma and Big Tech, and a cult-like religious movement in which masking and vaccinations are the sacraments by which one demonstrates their virtue.

https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/why-in-gods-name-subject-our-children-to-the-risk-of-death-from-vaccination/

​Peter McCullough MD discusses the deaths from vaccination, adverse events, and why he can no longer recommend any of the current COVID-19 vaccination products to his patients. He sees the push to get-a-needle-in-every-arm, whether recovered from COVID-19 already, or not. Why? ​ Watch the first 4 minutes.

Under 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported in the USA, for reasons Dr. McCullough explains, and I confirm.
Latest VAERS Data Show: 5,165 Deaths Reported Following COVID Vaccines
VAERS data released today showed 294,801 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 5,165 deaths and 25,359 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 28, 2021.
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-data-deaths-reported-following-covid-vaccines/

There has been clear evidence of numerous laboratory manipulations of the SARS-CoV-2 genome since late February 2020. Here is that wheel partly rediscovered.
​  ​The two pieces of evidence led Quay and Muller to conclude that the possibility that COVID-19 was engineered should be viewed as the leading theory.
​  ​“The presence of the double CGG sequence is strong evidence of gene splicing, and the absence of diversity in the public outbreak suggests gain-of-function acceleration,” they wrote. “The scientific evidence points to the conclusion that the virus was developed in a laboratory.”


​"Vaccine Reluctant" are unlikely to want COVID vaccines going forward. (Yeah, that's me, for sure!)
​  As of the May 18-23 survey, 60% of U.S. adults report they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, 4% have been partially vaccinated, 12% plan to be vaccinated and 24% do not plan to be vaccinated.
  Among those not planning to be vaccinated, 78% say they are unlikely to reconsider their plans, including 51% who say they are "not likely at all" to change their mind and get vaccinated. That leaves one in five vaccine-reluctant adults open to reconsidering, with 2% saying they are very likely and 19% saying they are somewhat likely to change their mind and get vaccinated -- equivalent to 5% of all U.S. adults.


​  ​Scientists from the Cleveland Clinic, USA, have recently evaluated the effectiveness of coronavirus disease 2019 COVID-19) vaccination among individuals with or without a history of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection.
​  ​The study findings reveal that individuals with previous SARS-CoV-2 infection do not get additional benefits from vaccination
, indicating that COVID-19 vaccines should be prioritized to individuals without prior infection. The study is currently available on the medRxiv* preprint server.

​One month after "vaccination" most of this guy's body​ tested positive for spike protein (not nucleocapsid, so not whole-virus). 
He did not appear to have COVID-19, just multi organ failure with positive spike-protein-sensing  tests on most of his corpse. 
They soft pedal this to say that vaccination didn't fully protect him. 
Obviously, that mRNA did not degrade, and kept pumping spike protein into his blood, and killed his poor organs.

  First case of postmortem study in a patient vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2  
  A previously symptomless 86-year-old man received the first dose of the BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. He died 4 weeks later from acute renal and respiratory failure. Although he did not present with any COVID-19-specific symptoms, he tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 before he died. Spike protein (S1) antigen-binding showed significant levels for immunoglobulin (Ig) G, while nucleocapsid IgG/IgM was not elicited. Acute bronchopneumonia and tubular failure were assigned as the cause of death at autopsy; however, we did not observe any characteristic morphological features of COVID-19. Postmortem molecular mapping by real-time polymerase chain reaction revealed relevant SARS-CoV-2 cycle threshold values in all organs examined (oropharynx, olfactory mucosa, trachea, lungs, heart, kidney and cerebrum) except for the liver and olfactory bulb. These results might suggest that the first vaccination induces immunogenicity but not sterile immunity. 

mRNA "vaccines" are your-entire-future, not just in-your-future. 
Your genes are our playground forever!
Don't Miss Out!
Don't worry; Nothing Bad Can Happen!
The mRNA vaccine revolution is just beginning

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8 comments:

  1. Thanks for keeping on.

    ..."Cars don't actually need computer chips"...

    Only if you are prepared to go back to carburetors.
    That fuel injection needs a computer.
    And without it you'll lose 10-20% of your MPG.

    Like you, I ride my bike nearly every day, and I can always tell when somebody is coming up behind me in an early '80s truck with a caburetor. I can smell the gasoline fumes.

    ~Eric F

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    1. Thanks Eric. Yep, "fewer chips" would work better than no-chips. carburetors could be pretty good, but not as good as electronic fuel injection. Also, we could all get better mileage with leaner burn 15:1 air to fuel ratios. That would increase nitrous oxide emissions a little. I used to be pretty good at tuning and rejetting Mazda rotary engines with various stock carburetors and intake manifolds, and street ports and headers. I was a Wankel-head until I was a dad with 3 kids. Then the RX-7 got sold to a friend. He drove it hard for another 8 years or so. I built a good motor.

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  2. Yeah, back in the 90s when I was working at one of the GM facilities where they made car computers, they spent something like 6 million a year doing emergency flights to various assembly plants to deliver a few handfuls of computers to keep the assembly lines from shutting down. Just in time

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    1. That's an expensive kind of "just in time manufacturing".

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  3. Yeah, cyber polygon. You can do a simulation but it's much easier to throw a wrench in the gears and see what stops working downstream from the wrench in the gears, see what happens when the atms don't work for three days or you can't  pull data out of the cloud. Then you pull the wrench out of the gears and say, hackers.
    In any case, you don't want to turn off the internet prematurely because that's  the major propaganda delivery vehicle. Turn that off and people start talking to each other and going off message.
    No electricity is in our future, mostly because we don't  want to think about it. We can actually have intermittent electricity from solar and wind but that doesn't fit our current way of doing things. Seems like people either want electricity on demand like we have now, or nothing at all.

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    1. The basic problem with using the internet as a weapon is the problem with using the dollar as a weapon. It's the life support system for the elites, as well as everybody else. Harming it, marking it as "damaged goods" in the minds of the people of the world is a one way street away from reliance upon it (I think).
      The $US is way easier to replace than the internet.
      The work has all been done.

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  4. The Peter McCullough video is superb! Thanks for the link.

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