Thursday, July 27, 2023

Earthling Infestation


  Sasha Latypova swings hard, connects, and hits it into the bleachers.
​  Population Control Policy​ , Why would my government want to kill me? Don't they need the GDP growth?
​  Executive Summary:

​  Population control by any means necessary has been the international government policy since at least the 1970’s, but likely much longer than that.
​  US military and intelligence working on behalf of the globalist “elites” has enforced this policy internationally via campaigns of government bribery, blackmail, threats, violence, regime changes, famines and many other methods.
​  US Government has implemented the population control policy more covertly domestically by constructing the “public health” and “biodefense” industry, under false pretext of communicable disease control and prevention of bio-chemical attacks from foreign adversaries. These are utilized for systematic poisoning of the population (slow in the past, much more aggressive with covid injections).
​  We are living through global democide and an attempt at establishing a global totalitarian regime which requires a much smaller, utterly terrorized, menticided and impoverished population.

​  A Twitter message fact-checking Elon Musk after he raised the prospect that the COVID vaccine may have played a role in USC basketball standout Bronny James suffering cardiac arrest appeared and then quickly disappeared from the rebranded site — prompting speculation that the owner of the platform had it deleted...
​..James, an 18-year-old college freshman and the son of NBA superstar LeBron James, was rushed to the hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during a basketball workout in Los Angeles on Monday. He was treated and listed in stable condition on Wednesday.
​  “We cannot ascribe everything to the vaccine, but, by the same token, we cannot ascribe nothing,” Musk said. “Myocarditis is a known side-effect. The only question is whether it is rare or common.”

​  Peter McCullough MD has the same concerns, with ample justification. Myocarditis (especially subclinical myocarditis) is common in healthy young males after COVID gene therapy "vaccine product" injections.
​  Peter McCullough​ MD:
​  "Bronny James' 18-year-old USC teammate Vince Iwuchukwu collapsed on the court during a summer 2022 workout at the Galen Center.  USC, who mandated COVID-19 vaccines for students, had training staff rush to shock his heart into normal rhythm and he later received an ICD and returned to playing.  
​  Now Bronny James himself, who attended Sierra Canyon high school where strict COVID-vaccine mandates were enforced, was reported to have a cardiac arrest and prompt recovery. LeBron James himself indicated that he and his family after doing their research were fully COVID-19 vaccinated. This was about three months after the US FDA put out myocarditis warnings on mRNA vaccines.​"
​  In reviewing data from South Korea and other countries, regarding rates of myocarditis in vaccinated individuals earlier this year, McCullough made it clear what an absolute disaster the COVID-19 vaccine protocols were:
​  "COVID-19 vaccines should have never been administered to young persons without risks of serious respiratory illness. These outcomes confirm COVID-19 vaccine induced myocarditis is leading to death among young persons who unfortunately took one or more injection. Research on myocarditis risk stratification and mitigation is urgently needed.​"

​  Hannity Visibly Frustrated As RFK Jr. Dismantles Ukraine Talking Points​  
("Of Mice and Men")
​  Hannity wasn't happy that RFK was "blaming America's role in this" for the Ukraine crisis...
​..Kennedy Jr. focused his comments on exposing NATO's role in pushing Moscow into a corner, given its historic expansion east and turning Ukraine into a proxy, but Hannity sought to interrupt him multiple times
​  "Because of our pushing the Ukraine into the war—" RFK had begun, before the Fox host interrupted with, "We pushed them into it or did Putin invade?"
According to the response:
​  "Well, let me answer your question," replied Kennedy Jr., who then accused the U.S. of sabotaging the Minsk agreements in 2014 and 2015, which aimed to end the Donbas war yet largely failed to stop the fighting between Russian separatists and Ukraine’s armed forces.
​  "Putin, in good faith, began withdrawing troops from the Ukraine. What happened? We sent Boris Johnson over there to torpedo it because we don’t want peace. We want the war with Russia," he argued, drawing applause from the audience.​..
..Hannity: "Do you trust Putin? Why are you blaming America's role in this? Putin to me is an evil murdering dictator thug."
RFK Jr: "On two occasions the Russians tried to sign a peace agreement. You do not need to make an enemy out of Russia. We won the Cold War."
He also emphasized that Russia is going to do anything not to lose. "It would be like us losing a war to Mexico," RFK Jr. said. "They are not going to lose the war."

​Walking a mile in those boots... Sputnik has the continuation.
​  "Go look at what Russia did in Stalingrad in order to preserve its territorial integrity. Russia’s been invaded three times through the Ukraine. The last time, Hitler killed one out of every seven Russians. They’re 400 miles from Moscow. We already have Aegis missile systems within 12 minutes of Moscow. We wouldn’t tolerate that if the Russians did it [like] in 1962 when they put them in Cuba," the candidate added, referencing the Cuban Missile Crisis, during which time his late uncle, John F. Kennedy, was president.
​  "The more disturbing thing," Kennedy said, "is that on two occasions the Russians tried to sign a peace agreement with [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky," and both times the West sabotaged it.
​  The candidate pointed to the 2015 Minsk Agreements, which Zelensky expressed interest in before being talked out of it by the US in 2019, and the 2022 draft peace deal reached after talks in Belarus and Turkiye.
​  “Then,” in February 2022, he noted, Russia sent “40,000 troops in. That’s not enough to conquer the country. Clearly, [Putin] wanted somebody to come to the negotiating table.” Russian and Ukrainian negotiators met in Istanbul, hammering out a draft peace deal. After that, “Putin in good faith began withdrawing troops from Ukraine. What happened? We sent Boris Johnson over there to torpedo it. Because we don’t want peace, we want war with Russia,” RFK Jr. stressed.​..
​..“We promised in 1992, the Russian leadership said… 'We’re gonna withdraw 400,000 troops from East Germany and we’re gonna allow you to reunite Germany under NATO,' which is a hostile army. That’s a huge concession for them. 'One commitment that we want,' is what the Russians said, 'is that you will not move NATO to the east.' James Baker, who was then secretary of state under [George H.W.] Bush, famously promised ‘We will not move NATO one inch to the east.’ Well since then, we’ve moved it 1,000 miles and 14 countries. Now when we started that plan in 1997, Bill Perry, who was the secretary of defense under the Clinton administration, said ‘If you move NATO to the east, I am resigning because you are forcing the Russians to come to war with us.’ George Kennan, who’s the most important diplomat in American history, the architect of the containment policy [after] World War II, said the same thing. You do not need to make an enemy out of Russia,” Kennedy said.

​  John Helmer has context on the Russian view of the Eastern European territorial situation:
  When the Ukrainian and NATO forces have lost their war in eastern Ukraine by Christmas, what will happen to the rump of western Ukraine?
  The Russian warning, issued last Friday at the Security Council by President Vladimir Putin,  is that the Russian Army will defend western Ukraine, known as Galicia, from any attempt at intervention by Polish forces under either a NATO “peacekeeping” formula, or a bilateral defence arrangement between the Kiev regime and Warsaw to slip Galicia under NATO Article Five protection.
  Putin’s warning was concrete, explicit, geographically limited. It applied to the current western borders of the Ukraine, the eastern border of Poland, and the Polish-Belarus border. “I would also like to remind you what Poland’s aggressive policy led to. It led to the national tragedy of 1939, when Poland’s Western allies threw it to the German wolf, the German military machine. Poland actually lost its independence and statehood, which were only restored thanks in a large measure to the Soviet Union. It was also thanks to the Soviet Union and thanks to Stalin’s position that Poland acquired substantial territory in the west, German territory. It is a fact that Poland’s western lands are a gift from Stalin. Have our Warsaw friends forgotten this? We will remind them.”  
  The Warsaw friends weren’t the only audience Putin intended. His warning is also addressed to the Berlin friends, the Baltic friends, the Paris, Brussels, and Budapest friends, and of course, the Washington friends.  In December 2021, they were offered the terms of mutual security and non-aggression in Europe in treaties for the US and NATO tabled by the Russian Foreign Ministry.  They were dismissed in diplomatic negotiations lasting less than a month.  
  By Christmas of this year, as Putin has just pointed out, the Ukrainian army and the NATO forces will have expended their capacities to continue the fight. “The whole world sees that the vaunted Western, supposedly invulnerable, military equipment is on fire”, he added. What can happen next is “an extremely dangerous game, and the authors of such plans should think about the consequences.”
  This is a warning that if the Poles move east, the Germans will be motivated to move east as well, in order to recover the Prussian territories Germany lost in its defeat and capitulation at the end of World War II. Hungary too will be motivated to change its northeastern border in order to rescue the ethnic Hungarian population of Transcarpathia in southwest Ukraine.
  In short, Putin was announcing that “Stalin’s gift”, as he called it, was the stability of the post-1945 territorial settlement. Now, in defeating NATO’s attempt to destroy the Russians east of Kiev, the Russians are warning afresh that if NATO attempts to change its defence lines west of Kiev,  the Russian army will dictate an entirely new territorial settlement in which NATO will be an even bigger loser of military capacity and territorial extension than the non-aggression treaties of December 17, 2021, offered.

  Helmer has the numbers of a massive IMF cash infusion into the Ukrainian central bank with no oversight at all. (How much goes to "the big guy" this time?)
This will be the end of the IMF, won't it? Thanks Christine.
  President Vladimir Zelensky has enough fingers to count that $115 billion is worth almost three times more than $41.3 billion.
  The first number is the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) calculation of  “external support over 2023–27 involving sizable official financing in the form of grants and concessional loans, as well as debt relief.”  This includes “SDR [Special Drawing Rights] 11.608 billion (577.01 percent of quota, about US$15.6 billion).” No IMF member state has ever been allowed to take a six-times multiple of its borrowing quota at this money volume except for the Ukraine. Nor has any IMF member state ever been authorised by the IMF board of directors to stop new domestic bank lending and postpone all borrowing obligations (“current debt standstill”) for at least another three years from this Christmas.
  The resulting money pile the IMF calls “the wartime liquidity surplus”.
​  Bernard at Moon of Alabama has the Hunter Biden plea-bargain-immunity-deal-cancellation story:
​  The results of the dirty deal would have been very generous for Hunter but the judge didn't fall for the trick:
​  Will Scharf @willscharf - 10:35 UTC · Jul 27, 2023​:
​  Judge Noreika smelled a rat. She understood that the lawyers were trying to paint her into a corner and hide the ball. Instead, she backed DOJ and Hunter's lawyers into a corner by pulling all the details out into the open and then indicating that she wasn't going to approve a deal as broad as what she had discovered.
​  DOJ, attempting to save face and save its case, then stated on the record that the investigation into Hunter was ongoing and that Hunter remained susceptible to prosecution under FARA. Hunter's lawyers exploded. They clearly believed that FARA was covered under the deal, because as written, the pretrial diversion agreement language was broad enough to cover it. They blew up the deal, Hunter pled not guilty, and that's the current state of play.
​  And so here we are. Hunter's lawyers and DOJ are going to go off and try to pull together a new set of agreements, likely narrower, to satisfy Judge Noreika. Fortunately, I doubt if FARA or any charges related to Hunter's foreign influence peddling will be included, which leaves open the possibility of further investigations leading to further prosecutions.
​  The court scene, with more drama, as described by the NY Times:
When the judge asked Leo Wise, a lead prosecutor in the case, if the investigation of Mr. Biden was continuing, he answered, “Yes.”
​  When she asked him, hypothetically, if the deal would preclude an investigation into possible violation of laws regulating foreign lobbying by Mr. Biden connected with his consulting and legal work, he replied, “No.”
​  Mr. Biden then told the judge he could not agree to any deal that did not offer him broad immunity, and Mr. Clark popped up angrily to declare the deal “null and void.”

​  Throwing away the ace-in-the-hole?
​  The White House on Thursday ruled out the possibility that President Biden would end up pardoning his son, Hunter, after a federal judge on Wednesday rejected an absurd plea deal which effectively made Hunter bulletproof from future prosecution for various crimes.

​  Russia has held high-level defense talks with North Korea at a moment Pyongyang is conducting a series of ballistic missile tests aimed at warning the United States while it docks a nuclear-armed submarine at a South Korean port. Threats and even nuclear warnings have been on the rise on the peninsula, also after several provocative joint US-South Korea military drills,
​  Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu led the talks with his North Korean counterpart, Kang Sun-nam, in the capital on Wednesday, a defense ministry statement confirmed, pledging a deepened 'partnership'.
​  Shoigu declared "friendly" relations​; that bilateral relations would be improved in all fields. "I am confident that today's talks will contribute to strengthening cooperation between our defense ministries," he said.
​  "Visits of warships, official visits of high-ranking defense officials, exchanges of working-level delegations, and personnel training have all contributed to maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula," Shoigu added.
​  "I am glad to make your acquaintance and meet with you. I happily accepted your invitation to visit Pyongyang, the capital of a friendly state. I am grateful to my Korean friends for the rich program you have offered. From the very first minute, I felt your care and attention. I hope we will manage not only to work actively, but also to learn a lot of interesting things about North Korea, your culture and traditions, and see the sights," the ministry quoted Shoigu as introducing the talks.
​  The Russian delegation will be in attendance Pyongyang's celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Korean War, featuring a huge military parade and display of advanced missiles.

​  Some people get sick and confused when the 5G tower gets turned on, even if they don't know about it.
​  The Unsettling Rise Of Microwave Syndrome
​  Courtney Gilardi’s 10-year-old daughter never had problems sleeping. But in August 2020, the morning after a 5G cell tower was installed within 450 feet of their Pittsfield, Massachusetts, home, she woke up complaining of headaches, dizziness, a buzzing in her head, and general malaise.
Normally, she gets up at 8 a.m. But on that day, she didn’t come downstairs till the afternoon.
​  “She didn’t look well, and she said that she was headachy, dizzy, fuzzy. Those are not words that she has ever used to describe how she’s been feeling before,” Ms. Gilardi said.
​  The girl, her sister, and Ms. Gilardi herself, who said she started experiencing sleep disturbances, rapid heart rates, and migraines, were soon diagnosed with microwave syndrome, a condition known to develop after a person is exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by wireless technologies.
​  The doctor’s advice was simple: Stay away from your home.
​  Microwave syndrome refers to sensitivity and symptom development caused by environmental microwave radiation. This type of radiation is used to heat food in microwave ovens.
​  People are primarily exposed to microwave radiation through wireless devices and antennas. Cell phone towers, Wi-Fi modems, phones, tablets, smart wearables, and smart home appliances continuously emit these waves 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
​  Symptoms of microwave radiation exposure include insomnia, headaches, fatigue, stress, pain, and even skin rashes. Individuals with chronic diseases may experience a worsening of preexisting symptoms as part of microwave syndrome.

​  Making something useful out of "Microwave Syndrome", is the job of "Neuro-Strike", an "area exclusion"  weapon to make people leave a place or be miserable and confused if they stay in it. Chinese technology here, but every big country is bound to have versions of this Stupid-Headache-Ray-Gun, right?

  Around Thanksgiving of 1979, while I was visiting my grandfather's cattle ranch from college, our neighbor, a retired USAF Colonel, was driving me to church. The Colonel told me, as he drove, that there were alien bodies in cold storage in a mountain in Colorado. It seemed pretty normal, the way he said it. 
​  U.S. recovered non-human 'biologics' from UFO crash sites, former intel official says
​  Three military veterans testified in Congress' highly anticipated hearing on UFOs Wednesday, including a former Air Force intelligence officer who claimed the U.S. government has operated a secret "multi-decade" reverse engineering program of recovered vessels. He also said the U.S. has recovered non-human "biologics" from alleged crash sites​...
​..Retired Maj. David Grusch, who went from being part of the Pentagon's Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Task Force to becoming a whistleblower, told the House Oversight Committee's national security subcommittee that he had been denied access to some government UFO programs but that he knows the "exact locations" of UAPs​ ("unidentified anomalous phenomena") in U.S. possession.​ ​  (Well, they are identified and not anomalous, and not flying at this point.​) ... ..Grusch also alleged that the U.S. has retrieved "non-human" biological matter from the pilots of the crafts, adding, "That was the assessment of people with direct knowledge on the [UAP] program I talked to, that are currently still on the program."
​  While he refrained from sharing any further information in the public hearing, Grusch offered to disclose details behind closed doors.

​  Caitlin Johnstone suspects this might be a pitch for more military spending, a novel "threat". Is "Whistleblowers" the right term?
  When asked by congressman Glenn Grothman "do you believe UAPs pose a threat to our national security?", former Navy commander David Fravor answered with an unequivocal yes. A few minutes later Fravor described these vehicles as being able to "come down from space, hang out for three hours and go back up."
  When asked by congressman Andy Ogles whether UFOs could be "collecting reconnaissance information" on the US military, all three witnesses — Grusch, Fravor, and former Navy pilot Ryan Graves — answered in the affirmative. Asked by Ogles if UFOs could be "probing our capabilities," all three again said yes. Asked if UFOs could be "testing for vulnerabilities" in US military capabilities, all three again said yes. Asked if UFOs pose an existential threat to the national security of the United States, all three said they potentially do. Asked if there was any indication that UFOs are interested in US nuclear technology, all three said yes.
  Ogles concluded his questioning by saying, "There clearly is a threat to the national security of the United States of America. As members of Congress, we have a responsibility to maintain oversight and be aware of these activities so that, if appropriate, we take action."

​It's not a convincing video, but the guy has a good story to go with it. (I forgot who posted this at TAE, but Thanks.)
He’s EXPOSING the secret alien interrogation program / Redacted w Clayton Morris

​I always liked this song, Praying To The Aliens. Maybe the Colonel had heard it on the radio. Same year. 1979.

Redundant Indigenous Life Form (pictured with surface vegetation)


  1. Hi John. Just to clarify please. Are you saying, " Around Thanksgiving of 1979, while I was visiting my grandfather's cattle ranch from college, our neighbor, a retired USAF Colonel, was driving me to church. The Colonel told me, as he drove, that there were alien bodies in cold storage in a mountain in Colorado. It seemed pretty normal, the way he said it."

    I've been ignoring the alien stuff. But I trust you. This was said to you like that? Wow. Time to reconsider? Open my mind some.

    Our garden is very bad this year. Lots of chem trails above us this year which is a recent addition to my thought paradigm.

    Listening to Michael Shea's reading of Longchenpa's 'Precious Treasury The Basic Space of Phenomena' (I've been blessed to have had an expansive non-identifying experience). Also, Hillsdale College and The Great Courses classes on C.S. Lewis and The New Testament (which helps me connect with my catholic hospital patients in the catholic northeast).

    Just finished rereading some Julian Jaynes material after 30 years first coming across it. Iain Mcgilchrist is a new addition to my reading. He seems to support Jaynes thought.

    You are a Light, Dr. John. Thank you so much. Dennis, Boston

    1. Yes Dennis, Colonel Romigh was quite matter of fact about it, but sincere and straightforward.

      My gardens are also doing poorly this year. I suspect it is something with the solar maximum and weakening magnetic fields. Everybody says their garden is doing poorly this year.

      I have had a lot of experiences in life, but you remind me of one I had one night in college. I was studying relativity in engineering physics, and really, really wanted to experience the next level of consciousness where time is a broad expanse, instead of a moment.
      I walked into another room across the hall from mine in the dorm. The lights were out. I had that experience though fairly briefly, fall of 1976. Not a single drug involved. None of that my first college semester.


  2. No drugs here either. A quiet evening alone in a room in a comfortable chair slowly reading an old yellowed copy of a Christmas Humphres book on Zen. A car beeped its horn outside my window. The expansion was astonishingly literall, (not, literally astonishing:). All the storied Buddhist frog jumping plops, peach pits falling, bamboo cracking kensho stories now made sense. You could have shot the car driver or me in that moment and there would have been no difference. I imagine this is what an infant experiences when you are playing with them and say "Ah!" to them with a big open smile and splaying your fingers open near there face and their eyes get big with wonder, smiles, and laughter. Before the ouches, noes, and left brain language hem them in.

    It ended when grinning ear to ear in shocked wonderment I almost shouted, "thats it! I got it!", the moment I said 'I' it all rushed back in:)))

    1. "I'm There! .... Wasn't I?"

      It was that sudden expansion like you described, out to being like the universe until it collapsed, and I registered the fresh comments of memory iin that moment after the collapse of the experience.