Sunday, September 24, 2023

Sunday 24th [1 to 4]


4.  Assorted twitter snippets from around the world

A quick word about this method of "snippeting". The idea is that I can gather vastly more headlines for readers without deep diving in this section. You can deep dive though provided I give the twitter handle and or opening of url.

There's an assumption here at N.O. that the reader is already reasonably up to speed ... the more wordy I am on headline gathering, the longer it gets, the more opaque. I'm assuming that you'd know which country each is in, what their trending issues are at the time.

3.  A selection of headlines from Evets, DAD, IYE and recent roundups

# Third IRS Official Confirms Biden DOJ Blocked US Attorney David Weiss From Charging Hunter Biden

Google Maps Sends North Carolina Father of 2 Plunging to his Death off Bridge, Widow Sues

# ... apocalyptic conditions in France brought about by mass immigration from Africa and the Middle East.

The requisition of the “Ibis Style” hotel in Menton on the seafront, has according to the prefecture, “for the moment not been used and will only be used in case of actual need.

Lawless AG Merrick Garland Lectures on Holocaust to Defend His Policies of Persecuting, Indicting and Imprisoning His Political Opponents

How the WHO, Gates and Blackrock Want to Take Over the World

“UN globalists descend upon Gotham City for crisis talks as ‘progress’ of Sustainable Development Goals backslides”

2.  Early roundup

1.  Man from the West Country one

a.  A new study estimates that 17 million people have been killed by C**id injections so far, and the risk of death is highest in older age groups

b.  A Grim Picture: C**ID-19 vaccine-associated mortality in the Southern Hemisphere

c.  New-Found Emails Prove Biden White House Hid C**ID Vaccine Harms from the Public

d.  Dr Harvey Risch: Cancers Appearing In Ways Never Before Seen After C-19 Jab

e.  Integration of genetic material contained in mRNA injections may be happening in 20% of cells post-vaccination

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Saturday [19 till close of play]

Evening all … here we are again.

28.  There are many things to take Nethanyahu to task for

... however, occupying "Palestine" isn't one of them. There never was a Palestinian state until recently invented ... plenty of Semitic peoples though, Canaanite, Israelite land, Philistines for a time, Egypt for ages. The notion of "occupation" is a ridiculous one.

27.  GB News quite iffy too often

26.  Equinox in this country

Sat, 23 Sept 2023, 7:49 am

25.  DACA

24.  Rally for freedom

23.  Laura Loomer

Still can’t believe @GavinNewsom’s wife had sex with Harvey Weinstein. So gross. And in the end, she still didn’t get the role…

22.  Wind turbines renewable energy?

Total and utter lie:

Composite, non degradable waste ... link at NOWP.

21.  Coal and shale

Being composed of carbon, coal forms a carbonaceous deposit. Having been transported and accumulated in a single deposit it is sedimentary. Having undergone metamorphosis and petrification it is a rock. Consequently it is reasonable to classify coal as a carbonaceous sedimentary rock.12 Oct 2015

Shale is an argillaceous rock, and argillaceous rocks are "detrital sedimentary rocks". They are composed of clays and the bedding plane within the shales is "due to the orientation of the clay minerals" . A sedimentary rock.

20.  Just a few more

19.  Steve

War Room snippets...

a.  Garrett Ventry: "He's crushing in the polls, he's beating DeSantis by 50 points in most polls"

b.  Beatrix Von Storch Joins War Room To Discuss The Decline Of Germany

c.  Dave Walsh Highlights Fallout In Germany Caused By Over-Leveraging Energy Generation On Renewables

d.  Ben Harnwell: Economist magazine has histrionic meltdown over “hard-right populism stalking Europe”

Saturday matinee

Quite gritty and brutal for 1955.

“Cornel Wilde plays a police detective obsessed with bringing down crime lord Mr. Brown (Richard Conte), while hoping at the same time to win the affections of Conte's girl, Jean Wallace, in this tremendously atmospheric noir from 1955. The noir genre wouldn't last much longer (many contend that 1958's "Touch of Evil" is the last true noir), but it went out with a bang, giving us some of its best examples (this, "Kiss Me Deadly," "On Dangerous Ground") in its last years.

Wilde plays detective Leonard Diamond like a man coming apart at the seams. His determination to bring an end to Brown's reign feels as if it's fueled by personal motivations as much as by a sense of justice. This ambiguity in the hero's actions adds to the rotten atmosphere created by director Joseph Lewis, in which the bad guys often have more allure than the good ones. Richard Conte certainly has magnetism to spare; his monotone, machine-gun patter when belittling Diamond for being a "little man" nearly makes you forget that Wilde towers over Conte whenever they're in the frame together. And, despite his chauvinist treatment of her, one can understand why Jean Wallace's character would be drawn against her will to the more virile Conte than to the "impotent" Wilde.

Indeed, the question of manhood -- who has it and who doesn't -- is central to "The Big Combo." “ [IMDb]

Saturday [13 to 18]

(1230) Afternoon all.

18.  Whom can you trust?

17.  Some good news for a change

With Zelensky in Capitol Hill, and with Ukraine aid hanging in the balance, Kevin McCarthy has failed for a second time to advance a bill funding the Defense Department, which keeps the government on a path toward a shutdown on Oct. 1. This tweet by Mitch McConnell captures the essence of the raging disagreement and debate...

16.  Matinees etc.

There’s a good film, an episode of a brief, two series 70s Brit sitcom, plus a Ripping Yarn. The US film has too much grit for a Sunday, quite noir, but the sitcom has too much female curvature … but at least that will pacify Torquaymada. Think maybe the film around 1600, sounds about right … the other two tomorrow.

15. TDS

14.  Quora had this

That’s easy … instead of just passing the bottle across the table after taking a swig, instead, he/she gets out the hanky and wipes the neck first.

13.  Backtracking on Net Zero and Ulez

As one of the globo remainers, you might expect Nick Drew to be down on Sunak for backtracking but no:

Without the slightest doubt, every nation will be forced to rein back its 'net zero' plans - because with the technology available right now, they are infeasible, never mind costly.  That's even before we factor in the eventual but inevitable electoral unpopularity of the 'politics of compulsion'.

The questions, therefore, are of timing and tactics.  Sunak has decided to make it a General Election dividing line.  The ULEZ fiasco speaks in favour of this judgement, but as Chris Dillow is wont to say - but, but, but ...

Saturday [10 to 12]

Elevenses already, patient readers … till 1147.

12.  Not such an early roundup

11.  Evets on Saturday

10.  Bruce Charlton can be a bit up and down

… sometimes slightly abstruse, but when up, he’s right up with the best:

At the time of the late sixties and early 1970s; there was a general feeling that - even if the specific content of the counter-culture (e.g. mysticism, radical politics, 'mind-expanding' drugs, astrology, tarot, magic, neopaganism andwitchcraft, crystals, geomancy, flying saucers etc.) was not valid, and was risky to health and sanity; such activities might well serve as a first step towards a genuine answer to the problem of alienation and totalitarian bureaucracy (The System).   

But this did not happen, and instead the counter-culture became the New Age, and converged with mainstream-leftist socio-politics; usually by embracing the sexual revolution through its continual mutations, and then picking the wrong side with later Litmus Test issues that were being used strategically towards the totalitarian world government that eventually emerged into the open in early 2020. 

There were what, at the time, sounded-like reasonable and plausible arguments as to why the negative critique of The System, and the attempt to achieve an integrated wholeness of personality, were beneficial in themselves and would tend towards even better things. Experience, however, showed that in general this was not happen, is not happening. 

Read the rest at the end of the link … it connects with Clif, all the other things we and other pundits in our field have mentioned. Tom Paine once said I had a “magpie mnd” … hell yes (sic) … as wideranging snippets is theonly way to go, sensitive to but not earnestly seeking … anomalies.

And now to reader Toodles who noted that there seems a disconnect between Russia's war with the US and its relations with China. I'd add that Russia and Germany also made a non-aggression pact => not much fun in Stalingrad.  Also, consider the deathcult policy of taqqiya.

Russia is very simple - it's all for Russia and will do whatever it takes. Also throw in Yuri Bezmenov here for comparison but do differentiate between Russia for the USSR (Lenin, Trotsky, Ashkenazi millions of dollars) versus the ordinary nationalist Russian.

The Russia not run by the un-nameables is twofold for its homeland, Mother Russia, plus it wants to play on the international stage and be taken as an equal.  Just now I'd say it's superior to the west.

We patiently bring these snippets to readers and cumulatively, they amount to something you can come to conclusions about. One of the earliest I myself banged on about was Svali. Call her a plant, call her genuine … point is she was on the money, given subsequent events … living history. This was from that interview:

Q: I assume if the U.S. political, banking, and military systems are all fairly well under Illuminati control this would then also be true for Eastern Europe, Russia and other communist bloc countries as well. What does this mean for relations between the West-East axis? Was Russia, or the USSR at the time, ever the adversary it was made out to be, and was there a grand plan behind having Russia as an enemy?

A: Russia was never really a threat to us. Marxism was funded by the Illuminati, and espoused as a counterbalance to capitalism. The Illluminati believe strongly in balancing opposing forces, in the pull between opposites. They see history as a complex chess game, and they will fund one side, then another, while ultimately out of the chaos and division, they are laughing because they are ultimately beyond political parties. A top western financier would secretly meet with an Eastern or Russian "adversary" during those years, and have a good laugh at how the "sheep" were being deluded. I am sharing here what I was taught, and also observed.

When DELPHI met with ORACLE in Europe, (these are the head training groups for the Northern Hemisphere and European continents) the Russian, German, French, British, Canadian, and US trainers all worked together. In fact, this is one reason why plurality of linguality is valued in the Illuminati. I had to learn six languages as a child, and learn to converse with people from around the world. They are truly an international group, and the group's agenda supercedes any nationalistic feelings. There is also a lot of trading back and forth of members in these groups. A Russian trainer might come to the US for a while, complete a job, then go back, or vice-versa.

Q: China is starting to rattle its sabers and arm itself with nuclear weapons which are pointing at U.S. cities. Is all this occurring according to Illuminati agenda or is there still a fairly large 'uncertainty, random or x-factor' involved that is beyond the Illuminati's control?

A: I have been out for five years, so my information is "old news". But the military buildup of China is part of their plan. There are members of the group who are Asian, and very opportunistic. The Oriental Mafia groups are very much linked to Illuminati activity. The random factor in all of this is how the average citizen reacts. It can't be predicted, although Illuminati leadership will often invent different scenarios, and try to decide how they will act if the ordinary citizens react in an unexpected manner.

I was told that around 2020, the Illuminist agenda would be revealed openly. I don't know if this is accurate, or just propaganda that I was taught, or if they have changed this date since I was in the group.

I'd also point to gym training of all things ... man to man, the Russian in the gym is far stronger and more bloodyminded than any westerner who tolerates decadence ... man to man, he's going to win a fight, esp. the utter rubbish in the western armed forces now.

Now to return to one thing Svali said:

When DELPHI met with ORACLE in Europe, (these are the head training groups for the Northern Hemisphere and European continents) the Russian, German, French, British, Canadian, and US trainers all worked together.

Reads like something from a movie, yes? Something a woman with a fertile imagination might imagine international relations to be.

What though, if she were only describing what she had been told … that these globopsychos really are into all that, trying to make ancient connections at every point (think Masons)?  You can see that in the Greens post in the sidebar.

And if they really do believe in all this, then does that not explain Agenda 21 and Net Zero for starters?

In short, we’re in the grip of utter nutter control.


Getting a bit tired of trains, knackered with knitting … howabout some ships?