Pandemic, Meet Panopticon. Panopticon, Meet Pandemic.

At a time like this, we gotta stand together.

This is a story in which I cover a lot of ground. The reason I wrote it is because every time I have a conversation with a friend who is still on the fence about the high percentage of blatant billionaire abuse in what we are currently living through, it turns into a bit of a groundhog day. And so I do the dance, refer to the science I’ve known about for a year but the respectable media is only daring mention now (sideways and with disclaimers), etc. etc. Often, in the middle of the conversation, I find that the person I am talking to has created a psychographic image of a “lockdown skeptic” in their head, and then we have to unwrap the scroll and do the dance again. For example, I often find that because I am observing a clear attempt at global digital colonization, as destructive in its impact as the colonial ventures of the past, or because I don’t trust the famous tech billionaires with my mind or body—or because I haven’t forgotten the story of smallpox blankets (or what Hitler did) and I don’t believe that the mind of a colonizer has changed since then—then it must be that I “don’t believe that the virus can kill” etc. To solve the talking points problem once and for all, I went deep into the woods and described my views (as of this second) in excruciating detail. Everything I say is an opinion. At this moment. My personal opinion based on my life experience and instincts. Experience- and instinct-based opinion is the best a human being can hope for as far as proximity to the truth. Do we agree on that?

If you want to help a grandma,
Give her love the way she wants.
Ask the grandma! She is human!
Television only haunts.

I am not afraid to express my opinion about the “pandemic measures.” Why? Because I have an inner clarity about what’s at stake. It is my own deep feeling, not anybody’s whisper. The details might iron out this way or the other—but the overall trajectory is clear. I am familiar with history, I feel it with my entire body, and I don’t care if the Pravda of today—or the people who are still enchanted—don’t approve of my opinion. Petty things like that don’t matter at a time like this. I am an artist, and that title comes with responsibility. My job is not to give in to the abusive bullies but to be true to what I feel. 

So no, I am not afraid. 

And furthermore, I am also not afraid to talk about it—be it with people who agree with me or with those who don’t. To my senses, it’s illegal to yell at anyone who is sincere and respectful—both ways—and whose heart is in a pure place. No one owns the truth, things constantly evolve, and any well-intended, open-minded conversation is great. However, when people get triggered by disagreement with their talking points, screw that crap. Saliva-spitting, dehumanizing narrative addicts come in different flavors, and their talking points vary greatly—but the behavior is the same. “OMG you insulted my religion and now I hate you.” Those people, I ignore as long as they don’t bother me too much. I am not mad at them, just accept my limitations as far as my ability to penetrate their cognitive or sensory interfaces—and I let them be, hopefully in their own space that doesn’t interfere too much with mine. And may the mystery of life make it right for all of us.

This history junction has happened many times—and almost every time, the villains with broken hearts and destructive thoughts manage to pit the people against each other, distract them with loud, lying words, and then walk over everyone. I am one person, but I refuse to participate. As the world is being re-divided again among the most ambitious and broken human beings on this planet, the ones whose only ideology/religion/citizenship is “$$$$$,” what’s in the public eye? The visuals, of course. The amount of pigment in one’s skin. The memes. Maskers vs. antimaskers. Impeachment trials. Yawn.

Good human beings, stressed out of their heads, presuming that they’re being rational or “good,” are up in arms over a piece of cloth over another person’s face (religious fanaticism, hello) or about the moral obligation to unconditionally worship an entire class of medical products based strictly on their marketing brochures, bought bureaucrats, and complying journos (science, logic or integrity be damned). Meanwhile, the ones who’re orchestrating the divide know exactly what they are doing. They are in the midst of the Manifest Destiny 2.0., an unprecedented power grab that can only be compared to Crusades by drones. Left or right, dark or pale, a boomer or a toddler, digital colonialism is coming for all of us! As a slave, that is—except for the billionaire beneficiaries of the Great Re$et, who would rather we don’t talk about this and keep pretending that “we are in this together,” while we can. And exactly for that reason, I think that talking about this is crucial. A lot of people are still unaware of the market and cultural restructuring effort that is happening, and believe that we are just “reacting to the pandemic.” Which we are not, unless “reacting to a pandemic” means “using a health threat to restructure the society the way we want.” (By the way, while it makes total sense to protect the vulnerable, to practice good hygiene, and to stay home while sick—something that no one sane has ever objected to—social distancing of the entire population is very helpful in terms of training drones to identify us correctly—while surveillance and AI are the backbone of the “new” society. Something to keep in mind.)

So now we are really getting into the story. First, let me list the questions that Holy Television uses to delineate the “friend-enemy dichotomies” and to tell us whom to distrust or hate. Then I’ll provide a dedicated summary of where I am at, and then gradually answer the detailed questions on my own behalf. And at the end of the article, there is an extensive list of references (mainly, because it drives me crazy to look them up every time I want to cite a fact, so I collected them in one place for everyone’s convenience).

The questions. 
Do you believe that the virus is real? 
Do you believe that the virus came from bats? 
Do you believe that the disease can lead to bad consequences, if not treated properly?
Do you believe that no matter what, it helps to invest in one’s health, including a robust immune system?
Do you believe that there are effective COVID treatments? 
Do you believe that the PCR tests in use are a functional diagnostic tool?
Do you believe that asymptomatic spread is an important vector? 
Do you believe that masks worn by healthy people prevent the spread of respiratory viruses? 
Do you believe that closure of small businesses and lockdowns are justified? 
Do you believe that prolonged stress and disruption of social fabric can significantly damage your natural immune response?
Do you believe that Big Pharma would rather have you depend on their most expensive products than possess a healthy, free natural immunity? 
Do you believe that there have been dramatic precedents of companies or Western governments knowingly poisoning people or experimenting on own citizens?
Do you believe that your demographic is exempt? 
Do you believe that you live in a country where state officials would never betray their citizens? 
Do you believe that in 2020, the world  underwent a qualitative change in terms of how biology works, and it is now wise and justifiable to start treating healthy people as biohazards, something that science has never previously suggested we should do? 
Do you believe in v-s?

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Yes, there is a disease, and for people with pre-depleted immune systems, it can be deadly, if not treated properly. I am in New York, and in spring, some friends of friends have passed (of medical mismanagement and chaos, it seems, not to mention the choice to force-send COVID patients to nursing homes). For the majority of people who get it, this thing can be either nearly unnoticeable or extremely unpleasant but survivable. I, for instance, seemingly had the extremely unpleasant version (which I don’t regret because it reminded me of what life is for). 

When the pandemic was announced last year, the protocols recommended by the WHO were rather deadly, and Western hospitals that enforced them or encouraged people to not seek treatment until they were about to die, unfortunately killed a lot of patients. Not the doctors’ fault!! However, the harm was done, both to the lives and to the minds of many people, and the “respectable” medical authorities who have been pushing for lethal protocols and blocking effective treatments—even as knowledge kept flowing in—are nothing short of homicidal monsters, in my opinion. They are monsters, not the asymptomatic “antimaskers” (who, despite what the agitprop wants you to believe, are actually following the science, or at least the most convincing science that exists on the subject).

And yes, along the way, there have been pioneers and whistleblowers among the nurses, doctors, and scientists—but the respectable media stayed silent or smeared them as right-wing loons, saying what they had to say to keep their jobs (and some still are). Also, there seems to be distinctive “party line” (being scared is good), touting which is a requirement for being viewed as “normal.” Not a good sign.

At some point in time, when the hospitals returned to their traditional approach to treating patients (based on evidence and experience), patients started recovering much better.

The messiest aspect of the story is that effective COVID treatments and prophylaxes seem to have existed almost from the get-go (see the extensive list of links to stories and studies at the end); more of them kept being discovered as the new data was coming in—and kept being shut down by the same authorities who had recommended lethal treatment protocols in the beginning and who had historically colluded with pharma firms (and then banned by cooperating politicians). Yes, that sounds absolutely crazy! Insane and unbelievable! And I don’t think that this can be explained by incompetence alone; plus, the WHO is the same organization that in the past has pleased Big Tobacco and gone to great lengthts to underplay the harms of the Fukushima nuclear disaster—and more recently, on record, worked with Big Pharma companies to declare a pandemic that never was, so that said Big Pharma companies could legally sell the lucrative medical product they usually like to sell.

In my opinion, the only explanation that can reconcile this horrible reality with rational logic is that “we the people” have re-joined the ranks of world history, so to speak, and have become to the new colonizers what “the indigenous” were to the old ones—and that the so called “pandemic measures” have never been about our health but instead, about clumsily ushering us all toward a new social and economic order, aka “the Great Reset.” etc. I understand that it’s a bitter pill to swallow. I completely do. I hate it, too. It’s awful to be abused, and pleasant to believe that we are the masters of the world. No soulless religious reform in human history has been fun, and I am far from thrilled that I have to live through one. Like, why? Like really, why? Why in my lifetime? So I hear you. But facts are facts.

Doctors all over the world have reported practical successes with many treatments. The not-really-controversial malaria drug, asthma meds, ivermectin, various combinations of cheap meds and vitamins, the Madagascar treatment, homeopathy (yes, homeopathy, which, again, contrary to what the propaganda wants us to believe, is not “pseudoscience,” and some counties like for example India use it broadly; plus, a curious fact: these countries have done much better than America at treating COVID). Combined, these treatments seem to have saved numerous lives, to the sound of crickets in the respectable Western media. (Actually, worse than crickets! The media pulled a WMD, and HCQ was spun as a right-wing conspiracy, ivermectin was actively discouraged, and the meager coverage of the Madagascar treatment was blatantly colonial. Evidently, African scientists were not good enough to determine if their treatment was effective, and needed the approval of the proverbial “white man.”)

As a result, the countries—and the individual physicians—who treated patients during this challenging time in accordance with evidence-based medical standards, did a lot better than those who followed in the footsteps of the WHO. Meanwhile, the “official science” kept doing insane things like using using lethal dosages of HCQ in highly publicized clinical trials to prove that the medication was dangerous, faking studies, bullying doctors who were successful in treating COVID, looking the other way when facts contradicted their statements, etc. etc. Like seriously WTF.

Also, let’s keep in mind that the institutions that became suddenly so protective of people’s health are the same institutions that have traditionaly sided with giant corporations, which knowingly poisoned people. No? Also, at the end of this article, please check the list of various documented experiments on unsuspecting citizens of western countries. Politicians suck!

Now, to the list of questions!

Do you believe that the virus is real? 

In practical terms, there is definitely something that has made a number people sick. Did the researchers isolate the virus using proper methods, and is the thing that they think is causing this disease the actual virus whose genomic sequences were sequenced? F knows. The role of convention and modeling in the science of today is scary. (For example, in no relation to the coronavirus, two years ago I learned that the doctors had arbitrarily decided to diagnose Alzheimer's not based on symptoms but based on conventionally agreed upon biomarkers, which then made some people with symptoms “healthy,” and some people without symptoms “sick.”) Furthermore, last year, science has officially fallen prey to the tenets of political correctness in the literal sense of it—and in 2021, there is no way for a layman to know how accurate any science is because only one kind of science is allowed, fact-checkers are mad or maybe just funded by Gates who is a tad biased, and contrarian opinions are suppressed. Thus, last year, the definition of “science” changed to mean “whatever the television says.” The science has departed from trying to reflect the physical reality and gone full speed into the world of modeling and ideology (perhaps not without some $$ inspiration from the World Economic Forum and their friends). So, as a human being on this Earth without special access to VIP salons, I have no idea about what’s scientifically sane, I can only theorize!

Some say this virus has been isolated, some say it hasn’t been isolated properly. Some say that the science started departing from the physical reality a while ago, and even the original SARS-generating virus or HIV have not been isolated, either. I have no way of knowing it, and I won’t pretend I do. Even the most pure-minded scientists often disagree, and honesty is a rare virtue nowadays! I know that human beings are subjective and that knowledge for the sake of knowledge is a quickly disappearing art form, that the politics of science is a snake pit like any other politics, that scientists want to eat, that they compete with each other for prestige and grants and can potentially undercut each other’s efforts for reasons that have nothing to do with knowledge. But ultimately, I kind of assume there is a virus of some sort, whether natural or engineered—but again, F knows.

Regardless of what you think about the virus, the video below is most fascinating. It shows that a big part of the science of today is algorithms, modeling, and conventions (which, let me repeat, is scary). Please watch the entire thing (UPDATE: please click on the tweet itself, the video plays inside the tweet).

Also, this foundnational study below says that the scientists did not follow Koch’s postulates. What does it mean? Again, depends on the conventions that you want to follow. As algorithms have taken over the minds of the entire world inlcluding scientists, we peasants are on our own! (And yes, I am aware of the fact-checking articles that “mainsplain” away the fact that even though Koch’s postulates are important, they simultaneously aren’t—but this is kind of how fact-checker roll.)

Furthermore, this FDA paper below talks about how the PCR tests were not based not on the virus isolates. Make what you want of it.

As far as the germ theory vs. terrain, I am not qualified to say what’s what. I have an intuitive peasant theory about this but that’s obviously a mere theory. I suspect that just like we shed RNA-carrying bits currently defined as exosomes, we also pick them up from others, or from the air. To get more metaphorical, it’s like emotions, which we either “generate” or “pick up.”  Perhaps those RNA-carrying bits are another way to communicate, a language that could express beauty or be a scream for help. And just like the people who have been traumatized and really need help may act aggressive and pass on the trauma, people whose bodies are out of tune in general or not designed to interact harmoniously with a particular RNA-carrying bit, react to it dramatically. Or breed those things and pass them on. And just like something that’s good or innocent for one living being can be deadly for another, same thing here. An equation with lots of variables and a result that gets decided in real time. Conclusion: trying to stay generally healthy, in good spirits, connected to the community, and in touch with common sense is good no matter what. Peasant wisdom!

Do you believe the virus came from bats? 
No, not really. I mean anything is possible (like, seriously, anything) but there has been too much shady stuff around it, including gain-of-function research (with Fauci’s involvement), or, just recently, appointing the guy who was involved in that very gain-of-function research in Wuhan to investigate it on behalf of the WHO, plus the alphabets, and nepotism, and bribery, and aggressive censorship… so I suspect the bats are innocent, but time will tell.  

(See the list of sources at the end.)

Do you believe that the disease can lead to bad consequences, if not treated properly?

Do you believe that no matter what, it helps to invest in one’s health, including a robust immune system? 

Do you believe that Big Pharma would rather have you depend on their most expensive products than possess a healthy, free natural immunity?

Do you believe that there have been dramatic precedents of companies or Western governments knowingly poisoning people or experimenting on own citizens?
God YES, so many times! (Please see the list of references.)

Do you believe that your demographic is exempt? 
Don’t make me laugh. 

Do you believe that you live in a country where government officials would never betray own citizens?
Such a country would be great but it does not exist, outside of maybe some smaller indigenous nations. 

Do you believe that there are effective COVID treatments? 
It sure seems like it. (See the extensive list of references.)

Do you believe that there has been an unusual effort to restrict or ban effective treatments? 

Do you believe that the PCR tests currently in use are a functional diagnostic tool?
IF the test is looking for a correctly isolated virus, and IF the cycle threshold is set correctly, and IF the test is evaluated alongside the symptoms, then probably it is useful. However, the ones in use today are bad, bad, bad. Theranos is green with envy!

First, to the best of my understanding of the topic, the current PCR tests are looking for a a synthetically generated sequence, not the isolated virus or even a piece of it. 

Second, the cycles threshold is set way too high, and it’s been known since spring. The test detects any kind of debris of whatever it is looking for—while having a piece of debris in your system, simply because it’s out there and you have breathed it in, doesn’t make you sick or infectious. You can’t even grow a culture out of it in many cases (but you can definitely grow a bacterial feast out of what’s on the inside of the mask that you wear as a healthy person… hello bacterial pneumonia on the rise).

Just recently, the flaws of the PCR were finally admitted by the WHO—to the by now familiar sound of crickets in the media— and earlier, this has been stated by Fauci himself. The crickets loved it.

On a side note, all of us have cancer cells in our systems at all times (and when we are healthy, our immune systems gets rid of them very quickly). It doesn’t mean we need to be in perpetual chemotherapy. 

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Do you believe that asymptomatic spread is an important vector? 
In the entire history of modern science, asymptomatic people have never been considered a significant vector of spreading respiratory viruses. Never ever. Fauci said it himself. Furthermore, massive studies done specifically on this coronavirus confirmed it, to the—you guessed it—familiar sound of crickets in the media. Evidently, people need to carry a sufficient viral load to shed the virus (which usually invokes an immune response, which is expressed as symptoms).

Sometimes there is a distinction between asymptomatic (healthy person, possibly with a meaningless positive PCR test) and presymptomatic (no symptoms now but will develop soon). Two things to note. One, “people with no symptoms” have still never been proven a significant vector when it comes to respiratory viruses. Two—and this is more nuanced—based on the opinion of the doctors I talked to, “presymptomatic” is more like “subtle symptoms,” i.e. the person feels tired, cranky, or the body hurts a little bit, and so on. Unfortunately, due to pollution and unhealthy lifestyles, there are so few truly and fully healthy people today that being cranky or achy could be many people “normal” state. So, let’s dream big. What do we do to improve the bottom line? Stop polluting? Significantly cut the use of electronic devices (and NOT build more towers built on a technology that has never been tested for long-term health impact)? Unfortunately, natural health and cutting the use of electronic devices are the opposite of what our corporate masters want, so they would rather muddy the waters, weaken our natural immunity with stress and the disruption of social fabric—and meanwhile, really ramp up the building of said cell towers, which they have been doing enthusiastically since the beginning of the pandemic, lockdown or not (more screentime and digital surveillance, poorer health, and digital dependency, yay!) 

Do you believe that masks in healthy people prevent the spread of respiratory viruses? 
Umm no, it is not what I believe, and this is not a principle. I was open-minded about it (and still am if the science presents itself at last) and wore a mask nearly religiously in spring, despite my doctor friends’ advice and the fact that my nose could distinctly smell the liquor that one homeless guy had consumed before passing by me, while I was obediently standing in line in a mask. Today, wear it where I have to but I rather resent the S&M. 

Evidence-based science does not support the usefulness of mask-wearing by general population (please see the mile-long list of articles and studies at the end), and the propaganda that we have been bombarded with can happily compete with the Nazi Germany. And the moral angle? Dear God. Framing the act of trusting science, one’s brain, and instincts as “being selfish and antisocial”—and framing naive obedience to propaganda as “compassion” is just like wow (see this “study”) .

I am appalled by the depravity of the social engineers. Appalled!! And of course, the television faces who are the most preachy and uptight about masks are the ones who are regularly caught without them, which is only logical. Why would they wear one off camera if it does nothing to protect their health, only their reputation? 

You know who else is not wearing, from what I see? Firefighters (I just saw one inside a store, he was firefighter #100000 without a mask), police officers, medical receptionists, and cashiers who can get away with it.

“But wait… this can’t be… why would they be doing this to us if it weren’t based on science?”
Because we are dealing with abusers?!! 

One, enforcing “measures” produces an illusion of “being on it.” That would be a very innocent aspect of the bureaucrats’ motivation (less innocent in reality because prolonged mask wearing the way we all wear them inevitably results in an increase of bacterial infections and a decrease of oxygen flow to the brain… but fine, trying to appear useful is relatively innocent trait in a bureaucrat). 

Two, we really are in the middle of a power grab by billionaires! Creating confusion and making people comply with nonsense is a proven and long-tested technique of breaking a nation’s spirit. I am surprised they are not making us jump around on our left foot fifteen times around the table, while naked, to “stop the spread”). 

Although, we are almost there. 

Three, any minute now, our mandatory masks will magically turn into smart wearables (using smart fabrics, smart dust, brain-to-computer interfaces—this way or another, all these things have been the lip-licking paradise of Big Biotech investors—and well, they don’t view us as human beings, an important thing to keep in mind). So, training millions of people to wear crap on our faces can be useful in the long run (to the billionaires). 


Do you believe that prolonged closure of small businesses or lockdowns are justified?  
Again, unfortunately, we are in the midst of an attempt at a massive social, economic, and cultural reform. What’s being attempted, unfortunately, is a controlled demolition of the world’s economy and culture as we know it, I am sorry. I wish it weren’t the case!!! But their goal is to create the kind of corporate control of everything where only the richest ones make the products that most people use: patented lab-grown food, robotic agriculture, online education, patented AI medicine, everybody living in rented spaces (that are, however, owned by somebody), robotic relationships, and so on.  So of course small businesses and farms are being butchered, that’s the point! Amazon’s Whole Foods is open, Target is open, Walmart is open… it’s the small businesses that are being taken out of the market.

Do you believe that being stressed for a prolonged period of time can damage your immune response? 

Do you believe that in 2020, the world underwent a qualitative change in terms of how biology works, and it is for that reason that we need to start treating healthy people as biohazards, something that the science has never previously suggested we should do? 

I mean really, how is that even possible? The only thing that’s changed is that both technology and human arrogance have reached the state where the billionaires can dream about being immortal while served by robots better than they can be served by people. Consequently, the previously privileged demographic of relatively free-roaming middle-class westerners has been returned to the original status of unworthy peasants (although with a sub-hierarchy of worthiness as it relates to general compliance). 

Do you believe in “v-s”? 
How can one believe or not believe in them? Are they a god? V. is a type of medical product. It’s silly to believe or not believe in a type of product. Some product of this type could be great, and some could be crappy, depending on how they were made and tested. This should not be a matter of religious fervor. So let me get out everything that’s been on my mind about it.  

First off, I believe that the principle is sensible, and the idea of “priming” people for challenges in an organized manner (be it emotional challenges or immunological ones) is many thousands years old. If this kind of medical product is designed with care, conscientiously, with proper safety trials (short-term and long-term), with a focus on genuinely benefiting individuals, and without any ideology in mind — and if it is offered on a free will basis, OMG it’s great! If I were to travel to a tropical country, I would probably get v-d against their most dangerous diseases. 

However, if you look into how it’s actually done in the real world (how safety trials are done, for how long, what’s in the placebo, what big scientists say behind closed doors, who gets bribed… no pun intended… and what kind of profits we are talking), your hair will stand up. Real life is nothing like a glossy CDC brochure. It’s more like a Big Tobacco deal. Furthermore, anything in life is good in moderation, and any medicine taken in excessive amounts could turn into poison. While a few thoroughly safety-tested v-s could be very helpful, getting them on the first day of life or getting dozens or hundreds of them in the course of one’s lifetime—without ever testing such a schedule, which is a fact!—is rather wobbly, if the purpose is the health of the individual and not the corporate bottom line or worse. Again, if you hear what the highest officials at the WHO say about their own opinion of safety testing (or rather, lack of thereof), your hair will stand up for days! And while a couple of decades ago the citizens were allowed to criticize specific medical products of this type, today the corporate giants are too scared to let that happen. I had to dig very deep to arrive at the conclusions I am describing. Depressing.

Now, let me get to the Holy Grail of linguistic distortion, something that has been annoying me for years but it wasn’t important enough to talk about. The whole purpose of this technology is to prime an individual’s immune system with a weakened pathogen so that when the full-force pathogen comes along, the body knows what to do with it. That is it, and if can be done safely, job well done, congrats! That is the entire scope of it. So all the corporate propaganda about how “it is only this percent effective therefore everybody should get it so that this one individual doesn’t suffer” is a logical fallacy at best, and deliberate disinformation at worst (to aggressively serve the corporate agendas by introducing morality into the equation and to ensure market growth). If the product works, then the individual who got it is protected. You got v-d against measles, you don’t get measles, end of story. If you get it after being v-d, it’s a crappy product, and you’ve been lied to. 

Now, as far as this latest v. (Pfizer and Moderna), they are in their own category. They should not even be called a “v” because they are not by any standard definition (UPDATE: see this very well-substantiated interview by David Martin who is qualified to do this analysis). Based on the official documentation, they are not designed to prevent infection or transmission (hence the moral angle is insane, and the lack of coverage of this problem in the media is, in fact, immoral). Those things are gene therapy, experimental gene therapy at that. They are semantically analogous to prophylactic chemotherapy. Journos reporting them enthusiastically are siding with corporations, not with people. It’s not good at all. We all know about Big Tobacco, Roundup, asbestos, and “DDT is good for me,”right? Or DuPont, which poisoned many with their carcinogenic Teflon simply because they wanted a new market for the thing they had been previously selling to military manufacturers, used in tanks? It’s not the corporations’ first rodeo. Do you really think that in 2020, they grew ethical? Besides, please keep in mind that gene therapy and misleadingly named “preventative medicine” (based on surveillance and impact investments) are where the billionaires want all of us to go, so that we are forever chained to their patented gene therapies and digital devices. Forget about health!

Anyway, the article is way too long but I did cover a lot of ground. I hope it helped. Now it’s time to wake up to our senses and stand together.

I’ll finish with this from 2018.


Links and references.

Virus (a random collection of mutually contradicting studies, statements, and opinions)
The foundational study: A Novel Coronavirus from Patients with Pneumonia in China, 2019.” It states, “Although our study does not fulfill Koch’s postulates, our analyses provide evidence implicating 2019-nCoV in the Wuhan outbreak.”
“Identification of Coronavirus Isolated from a Patient in Korea with COVID-19”
”Complete Genome Sequence of a 2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Strain Isolated in Nepal”
“Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV were available for CDC use at the time the test was developed and this study conducted, assays designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA (N gene; GenBank accession: MN908947.2) of known titer (RNA copies/μL) spiked into a diluent consisting of a suspension of human A549 cells and viral transport medium (VTM) to mimic clinical specimen.”

Dr. Sam Bailey, co-author of “Virusmania” on wobbly science during the SARS outbreak

“The Great Influenza Pandemic: What Really Happened in 1918?”
A German project called “Projekt Immanuel” digging into the inconsistencies of the pandemic response

WHO inspector caught on camera revealing coronavirus manipulation in Wuhan before pandemic
A must read document by David Martin (PDF)
“Another Failure of Imagination” by Caren Black (PDF)

Asymptomatic transmission 
Fauci on asymptomatic transmission of respiratory viruses: 

“Post-lockdown SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid screening in nearly ten million residents of Wuhan, China”
”Household Transmission of SARS-CoV-2A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis”
“Asymptomatic transmission of covid-19”

“Your Coronavirus Test Is Positive. Maybe It Shouldn’t Be.”
Kary Mullis  (a Nobel laureate and inventor of PCR

And here is an example of “mainsplaining” (mainstream explaining) the above, something that annoys me tremendously because this genre of conversation starts with the talking point that needs to be substantiated, and everything else just gets retrofitted.
An example of even worse journalism where the writer doesn’t even try to be scientifically accurate and twists the notion of what it means to be “infected.”

“ In our view, current PCR testing is therefore not the appropriate gold standard for evaluating a SARS-CoV-2 public health test”:
“Clarifying the evidence on SARS-CoV-2 antigen rapid tests in public health responses to COVID-19” (The Lancet)

In this one below, Fauci says that with the cylce threshold of over 35, PCR tests are not indicative of infection:

And in this one, they talk about how the PCR tests at 40 cycle threshold are…. well… kinda yeah but still.

The page on the WHO website that was published in December and then got deleted (it talked about the flaws of the PCR tests)
The updated WHO page talking about PCR tests
CORMAN-DROSTEN REVIEW REPORT (a very detailed retraction request for the foundational study upon which all other diagnostic science was built in 2020)
“Faith in Quick Test Leads to Epidemic That Wasn’t”

(They have invested in Theranos, too!)
Interpreting a covid-19 test result

Study: “Pathogens and Politics: Further Evidence That Parasite Prevalence Predicts Authoritarianism”

Hospital overwhelm

Hospital infections

"Using a weighted average of the 4 studies, a lower limit of 210,000 deaths per year was associated with preventable harm in hospitals. Given limitations in the search capability of the Global Trigger Tool and the incompleteness of medical records on which the Tool depends, the true number of premature deaths associated with preventable harm to patients was estimated at more than 400,000 per year. Serious harm seems to be 10- to 20-fold more common than lethal harm.”,_Evidence_based_Estimate_of_Patient_Harms.2.aspx
“How Your Hospital Can Make You Sick”
“Killer fungus spread rampantly at US hospital Covid ward: study”

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This one below is a fascinating interview with very medical doctors about how today’s medical culture, the algorithmic approach, and turning doctors into algorithmic performers have created many issues in the past year. I think it reflect how life is. While there is without a doubt some steering happening on a very high level, a lot of things in life are a result of decades of culture change, “safe” social choices, and inertia.

Treatment guidelines

Past pandemics and pharma fraud

“Channel 4 News Exposes Swine Flu Scandal in 2010”


“Ivermectin efficacy and more"
‘Only a one in 17 billion chance hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work’: medical professor
“Why Surviving the Virus Might Come Down to Which Hospital Admits You”
It takes a judge’s order for an elderly patient to continue getting ivermectin; luckily she survives.
Yes, hospitals did benefit financially for classifying patients as COVID.
Twitter blocks the entire website of a medical journal for posting a positive review of ivermectin.
“Pandemic Blunder: Fauci and Public Health Blocked Early Home COVID Treatment” (book by Joel S Hirschhorn)


Doctors speaking about the effectiveness of ivermectin

(the one below is on social distancing)


A powerful collection of studies on different treatments and medications (but you would need to know what you are looking for)
HCQ whitepaper
“COVID-19 outpatients: early risk-stratified treatment with zinc plus low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: a retrospective case series”
“Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection” (Zelenko, who has successfully treated many patients, and was booted off Twitter for talking about it)
“COVID-19 outpatients: early risk-stratified treatment with zinc plus low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: a retrospective case series study”
“COVID-19 outpatients: early risk-stratified treatment with zinc plus low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: a retrospective case series study”
“Docking Characterization and in vitro Inhibitory Activity of Flavan-3-ols and Dimeric Proanthocyanidins Against the Main Protease Activity of SARS-Cov-2”

T-cells (I didn’t really talk about it but jusy in case)

Medical fraud, lawsuits, profits, unethical experiments, and little known or under-publicized concerns

“UK firm tried HIV drug on orphans”
“Lavishly funded Moderna hits safety problems in bold bid to revolutionize medicine”
Drug Companies Continue to Shed Liability for Rushed Coronavirus Treatments
“Research not fit to print: Some biotech companies now eschew traditional publication in peer-reviewed journals.”
“Why was the public not told of early warning signs?”
“Revealed: how drug firms 'hoodwink' medical journals”
“OECD: Lockdowns here to stay, even with v. plan”
“Immunization with SARS coronavirus v. leads to pulmonary immunopathology on challenge with the SARS virus”\
“Modified RNA has a direct effect on DNA”
Request for Proposal for a very -volume adverse event AI surveillance system to monitor the rollout (UK)
“Will covid-19 v. save lives? Current trials aren’t designed to tell us”
“Covid-19: politicisation, ‘corruption,’ and suppression of science”
“Hearing # 37 of German Corona Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee (Interview with Dr. Vanessa Schmidt-Kruger)” A must read!

Below is an actual mainstream news story. Please keep in mind that it is factually correct to state that prior to this study (hopefully in progress,) possible side effects on this aspect of human function have not been tested at all, despite this particular medical product being first-of-a-kind experimental gene therapy. “Move fast and break things”? We may believe whatever we want but the record of fraud and resulting lawsuits in the pharma industry is rich, and loyalty to the physical world is more important than loyalty to a product. Also, please keep in mind that manufacturers are fully free from any legal liability, they specifically wanted that.

Corporations and organizations knowingly poisoning people or doing experiments on unsuspecting citizens (a very incomplete list, and I specifically picked “respectable outlets”).


The latest from the CDC (March 5, 2021): “Mask mandates were associated with a 0.5 percentage point decrease (p = 0.02) in daily COVID-19 case growth rates 1–20 days after implementation and decreases of 1.1, 1.5, 1.7, and 1.8 percentage points 21–40, 41–60, 61–80, and 81–100 days, respectively, after implementation (p<0.01 for all) (Table 1) (Figure). Mask mandates were associated with a 0.7 percentage point decrease (p = 0.03) in daily COVID-19 death growth rates 1–20 days after implementation and decreases of 1.0, 1.4, 1.6, and 1.9 percentage points 21–40, 41–60, 61–80, and 81–100 days, respectively, after implementation (p<0.01 for all).” So now they are talking about a two percent difference — even that would only make any sense in the physical world if underlying stats were meaningful (which sadly is not the case since the tests are not reliable, and all reporting is kind screwy; so everything, absolutely everything, is a matter of collective agreement to assume things).
The CDC: “Association of State-Issued Mask Mandates and Allowing On-Premises Restaurant Dining with County-Level COVID-19 Case and Death Growth Rates — United States, March 1–December 31, 2020” (
”Masking Ourselves to Death” by Mark Crispin Miller
Proposed mechanisms by which masks increase the risk of COVID-19”
“Physical interventions to interrupt or reduce the spread of respiratory viruses (Review)”
“Corona children studies "Co-Ki": First results of a Germany-wide registry on mouth and nose covering (mask) in children”
“Aerosols "Viable SARS-CoV-2 in the air of a hospital room with COVID-19 patients”


Links listed on

“5 NIH/National Library of Medicine studies from 2004-2020 all finding verifiable health effects from wearing a face mask, including scientifically verified reduction is blood oxygen level:”

Cloth Mask Study


And for no particular reason, since I have mention fact-checkers on the payroll, a few fun facts about everybody’s favorite technologist.

I still remember the time when it was okay for the media to criticize his megalomaniac ambitions and his many failed initiatives (or his horrible operating system). But not today! Do you, too, wonder why? This Columbia Journalism Review article gives some idea.

This Forbes article talks about how he is now the largest owner of farmland in America. If you familiar with his vision for sustainable agriculture, you would be feeling very uneasy—and that is regardless of his motives, which, let’s say, we can only speculate about.

For perspective, his “green” initiatives in Africa proved to be rather ruinous to local people. Remember who are the local people now? Yeah, us here.

An interesting and little-known project he has invested in that has to do with wireless birth control with an on-and-off switch.

If you haven’t seen his mosquito ad video, look it up. It is the creepiest thing ever, and I am not being dramatic here. I am not posting it because I don’t want the serial killer vibe, it’s too creepy.

This—yes, this—is the monopoly-loving visionary who wants to decide what’s good for humanity. Decide on behalf of all of us. What a charming gent. By the way, there is nothing crazy about doubting his noble motives. In fact, it’s crazy not to doubt the noble motives of any colonizer!

But nature and sincere people always win, no matter how long it takes. Hmmm I wonder why Tanzania is the devil in the recent news (see the articles below).