Tuesday, June 29, 2021

First The Answer

 Biological Platforms,

The Wellcome (Great) Leap (Forward) is a newly constituted civilianized medical DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Agency), managed by a recent DARPA director with strong interests in genetic engineering and human neural network management, as well as MEMS, microelectrical-mechanical systems, cellular level micro machines, which might be injectable. Monitoring a lot of human babies with wearable neurological sensors, through their first 1000 days, developing means to affect that neurological development, learning and decision making, is one of the projects. Developing gene specific treatments for each person requires knowing each person's genetic code, which is almost assumed as a baseline to do good, by this largest medical "charitable trust" (with eugenicist background). Discovering the intricacies of human motivation to perform tasks, supposedly to treat depression, wants complete genetic and neural mapping of each human involved in this beneficial research into motivation-to-perform-tasks. One wonders if it might be used some day to control humans from afar with neural implants wired to centers of pleasure, pain, and activity-motivation. (People are already controlled with drugs, fear and violence, but maybe they don't do their best work with such gross techniques.) Another branch of work is to grow human organs, and organ systems, and humal/electromechanical hybrid organ systems, with an eye to transplants, and also to drug testing on human-systems, without humans, without ethical considerations/constraints. This is pretty long, but I read it for you. Whitney Webb did the research work.
A “Leap” toward Humanity’s Destruction
  The world’s richest medical research foundation, the Wellcome Trust, has teamed up with a pair of former DARPA directors who built Silicon Valley’s skunkworks to usher in an age of nightmarish surveillance, including for babies as young as three months old.

On the side of not being controlled by infant-conversion into cyborgs by our elite owners... 
Charles Hugh Smith,  America's Social Order is Unraveling
  When there is no relief valve in a collapsing social order, the explosive pressure is eventually released in a Cultural Revolution that unleashes all the bottled-up frustrations on elites. These frustrations have no outlet politically because they're threatening to the status quo and therefore suppressed at every turn.
  Put another way, if the pendulum is pushed to an extreme of exploitation, suppression and inequality, when it's released, it will reach an equivalent extreme (minus a bit of friction) at the opposite end. That could be an unexpected but entirely foreseeable Cultural Revolution.
  Those who claim that can't happen in America are safely outside the pressure cooker, protected by a delusional confidence that since I'm doing great, everyone is doing great. Since real political agency is no longer allowed, the pressure will find release outside the political system. The lobbyists will still be haunting the hallways of governance, but no one will care, for The falcon will no longer hear the falconer.
(That is when they will jerk the systemic life support of the unruly, isn't it?)

​The British Military's Dark Vision of the Future​
If I may summarize this vision of 2050, it assumes the continuation of transnational global capitalism under the Rumsfeld-Cebrowski Doctrinehttps://www.voltairenet.org/article213164.html​  , which is being called completely into question as Belt-and-Road seems to be replacing Global War On Terror as the more accepted model. This vision is that masses of deprived humanity are bottled-up and tightly controlled in cities, with limited resources per capita, and all kinds of intrusive enforcement, such as envisioned above, as well as being torn by social divisions, so they can't align against the owners.
(This is not what I am working toward at the vegetarian-homestead in Yoakum, but all I have is this modest little project for a couple of empty-nesters.)

Geopolitics, Profit, and Poppies: How the CIA Turned Afghanistan Into a Failed Narco-State​  ​
​  ​“From statements by U.S. Ambassador [to Iran] Richard Helms, there was little heroin production in Central Asia by the mid 1970s,” Professor Alfred McCoy, author of “The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade,” told MintPress. But with the start of the CIA secret war, opium production along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border surged and refineries soon dotted the landscape. Trucks loaded with U.S. taxpayer-funded weapons would travel from Pakistan into its neighbor to the west, returning filled to the brim with opium for the new refineries, their deadly product ending up on streets worldwide. With the influx of Afghan opium in the 1980s — Jeffrey St. Clair, co-author of “Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press,” alleges — heroin addiction more than doubled in the United States.
“In order to finance the resistance for a protracted period, the Mujahideen had to come up with a livelihood beyond the weapons that the CIA was providing,”

​  ​For the second time in the five months since he was inaugurated, President Joe Biden on Sunday ordered a U.S. bombing raid on Syria, and for the first time, he also bombed Iraq. The rationale offered was the same as Biden's first air attack in February: the U.S., in the words of Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, “conducted defensive precision airstrikes against facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region.” He added that “the United States acted pursuant to its right of self-defense.”​  ​
​  ​Embedded in this formulaic Pentagon statement is so much propaganda and so many euphemisms that, by itself, it reveals the fraudulent nature of what was done. To begin with, how can U.S. airstrikes carried out in Iraq and Syria be "defensive” in nature? How can they be an act of “self-defense"? Nobody suggests that the targets of the bombing campaign have the intent or the capability to strike the U.S. "homeland” itself. Neither Syria nor Iraq is a U.S. colony or American property, nor does the U.S. have any legal right to be fighting wars in either country, rendering the claim that its airstrikes were "defensive” and an “act of self-defense” to be inherently deceitful.
​  ​The Pentagon's description of the people bombed by the U.S. — “Iran-backed militias groups” — is intended to obscure the reality. Biden did not bomb Iran or order Iranians to be bombed or killed. The targets of U.S. aggression were Iraqis in their own country, and Syrians in their own country.

​Since Julian Assange is completely a political prisoner​, the judges will know better than to look at this evidence of mistrial.
  The Icelandic newspaper Stundin reports that a key witness in the US prosecution of Julian Assange has admitted in an interview with the outlet that he fabricated critical accusations in the indictment against the WikiLeaks founder.
  “A major witness in the United States’ Department of Justice case against Julian Assange has admitted to fabricating key accusations in the indictment against the Wikileaks founder,” Stundin reports. “The witness, who has a documented history with sociopathy and has received several convictions for sexual abuse of minors and wide-ranging financial fraud, made the admission in a newly published interview in Stundin where he also confessed to having continued his crime spree whilst working with the Department of Justice and FBI and receiving a promise of immunity from prosecution.”

Assange’s partner Stella Moris says she plans to marry WikiLeaks co-founder in Belmarsh prison
​  ​She acknowledged, however, that the “bureaucratic process” to obtain permission for the ceremony would take time, and that the ceremony has been further complicated by Covid-19 restrictions. Apart from needing to obtain relevant documents from their respective home countries, there is concern that the marriage could be hampered by the fact that Assange’s UK visa has expired. It’s also unclear if any guests would be allowed to attend the prison ceremony due to the health crisis. In theory, Assange could be let out of Belmarsh for a day so that he could get married, but there is already a large backlog of delayed weddings due to the country’s lockdown.

​Tessa (Fights Robots) A War on (free) Natural Immunity​
​  ​As I am typing this, we are on the receiving end of a top-down war on everything that’s natural, be it natural free expression, natural immunity, or natural ability at large.
​  ​Different aspects of today’s bizarre reality are connected like pieces of a puzzle. The trendy political correctness, for example, draws from the same logical root as vaccinating people with natural immunity. How so? Well, political correctness exists to ensure that conversational spaces are safe spaces—and the need to make them safe is based on the premise that human beings are not capable of navigating unregulated conversational spaces without being harmed. Those who are capable of doing so should act as if they are not. The assumption here is that the natural ability to deal with unregulated conversations does not exist, is not necessary to develop, and mentioning the need for it is cruel.
​  ​Similarly, forcing the famous medical product on those with natural immunity is based on the premise that artificial immunity is superior to natural immunity.


Vaccines: Reasons for Concern
Part 2: Why does the CDC keep calling post-Covid vaccine heart problems in young men "rare" and "mild" when they are neither?

​Breaking The Hearts if Children Over Vaccines, Peter McCullough MD​

This should reduce their outlays, but maybe their contributions, too.
Make-a-Wish Foundation Says It Won’t Help Terminally Ill Children Unless Their Entire Family is Vaccinated
Make-a-Wish president and CEO Richard Davis made the announcement in a video released last week, stating, “All wish participants, including your wish kid and any siblings, will need to be two weeks past completion of either a one-dose or a two-dose vaccine.”

 The Safety of COVID-19 Vaccinations—We Should Rethink the Policy  
 In our view, the EMA and national authorities should instigate a safety review into the safety database of COVID-19 vaccines and governments should carefully consider their policies in light of these data. Ideally, independent scientists should carry out thorough case reviews of the very severe cases, so that there can be evidence-based recommendations on who is likely to benefit from a SARS-CoV2 vaccination and who is in danger of suffering from side effects. Currently, our estimates show that we have to accept four fatal and 16 serious side effects per 100,000 vaccinations in order to save the lives of 2–11 individuals per 100,000 vaccinations, placing risks and benefits on the same order of magnitude.   (Essentially nobody under 30 should be given an mRNA "vaccine")

This is an interesting tidbit at the very end of an article about the Putin-Biden summit. Thanks Eleni:
​  ​The Ukraine, however, has no vaccination. They refused the Russian vaccine; the West never provided them with Western vaccines
But nothing especially bad happened to the Ukrainians. Instead of vaccination, 
they treat covid with Ivermectin, and their results are better than those in neighbouring (vaccinated) Poland.

European Union Reports 1.5 Million Vaccine Injuries, 15,472 Deaths​ 
(This only applies to the 27 EU nations and the 4 EU approved vaccines. well detailed)

​Still Unscathed​

​Jenny (married to me 36 years today) pictured in replanted Mexican avocado orchard in Yoakum


  1. Hey John/Jenny, Congratulations! Many more! I can see you now, sitting in the shade of your avocado trees. Most satisfying. j

    1. Thanks J.W. I have Every Story Is A Love Story and On The Road To Dharamsala right here at my comfy workplace, as usual.

  2. Thanks forceOfHabit I updated that.