Friday, May 07, 2021

Friday [2 to 4]

4.  Distant Relative

a.  From W H O Behavioural Considerations for Acceptance and Uptake of Covid-19 Vaccines

b.  Can you access Threadreader?

"This March 22, 2020 paper about ways to make the public accept lockdowns - from a British government advisory group - may be the most crucial document of the entire pandemic. It’s all there in black and white. 

The perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased.

“Communication strategies should provide social approval for desired behaviors... consideration should be given to use of social disapproval.” 

They told us exactly what they planned to do. Then they did it. And vaccines are lockdowns on steroids. But Big Brother has three problems now: 

[i]  After a year, everyone knows who is at risk, and who isn’t. All the stories about variants can’t change that. 

[ii] Vaccines are even more intrusive than lockdowns. 

[iii] The side effects are real... " 

c.  TR on the gingers

"The cucked disgraced ginger calls for coronavirus vaccine equality? What the hell is that even?" Word salads from Ginge 'n' Cringe on Archie's birthday.

3.  Steve

a.  This refers to an earlier post [yester]day: Arizona has No Admin Password

b.  Also: ‘External Devices’ With Up-to-Date Vote Totals Were Taken Offsite Nightly During the Election by Maricopa County or Dominion Employees

c.  Windham nightmare continues: Philip Stark Chosen as Third and Final Member for Windham, NH Forensic Audit — a California Mathematician Who Made Headlines After Resigning from Verified Voting 

d.  As a rule I don't do Breitbart, however ... Biden Coronavirus Relief Prioritizes Funds for Non-White Business Owners 

e.  Is Bill Gates ‘a nice man in a jumper’ or a power-hungry egotist? - by Kate Dunlop

At What Point Do We Realize Bill Gates Is Dangerously Insane?

2.  Notes on 3 and 4 above

We’re very happy here to do the MSM’s job for them, while they’re paid their salaries for printing pap for the masses and avoiding all hard issues ... but it begs the question, does it not?

And the question is how these evil muvvers are acting with total impunity.  Where are the MAGAs marching on Washington?  I believe they’d never get there - key place people would prevent them, as automatons.  At least London got around a million anti-lockdown.

What percentage of the population read and watch Rumble, Disclose, Bitchute, read various blogs?  Of that percentage, what percentage are influenced enough to want to know the reality?

Repeating the question in 3e:

At What Point Do We Realize Bill Gates Is Dangerously Insane?

[Cough] Short answer is ... “we” don’t, ever.  

“We” are in denial about the core instigator, yet the Stones openly sang of him and Jesus of Nazareth spoke of “that fox”.  Ephesians 6:12 states it clearly.  It’s never changed. [Cough] 

And what can one humble blogger ever do about a spiritual war way outside his purview?  Zip.  Diddly squat, when even one’s own people have an quite different mindset, almost a mindless death wish.

The core of the issue is, as it always was - is the situation ever susceptible of improvement?  Whilst we dwell here on this earth?  

The Man-centric Humanist says yes, it’s all in our hands.  We can build Babel, find the Higgs boson of life, form our governing councils, our global this and that.  Our Great Reset.  Build Back Better.  Sustainability.  Agenda 21. Peace and common sense can prevail. 

The Christian says, “Not possible - there are constant active measures in place, constantly generated from the same source that ever it came from, and those measures are anti-human.  Simple.”

So does the Christian go meekly to the lions in the arena?  Or does he join the resistance alongside the Humanist?  I can only speak of the Christian component of N.O.  We fight of course.  Alongside all flesh and blood who oppose the monster.  Just as the Gurkhas joined the British.  We fight for and with our fellow man ... possibly to the death.  We’re commanded to love our neighbour, however tough that is.  And what was that saying again?  Greater love hath no man ...?


  1. Steve

    Eton mess:

    The stooge in Number Ten - by Daniel Miller

    1. Steve, we'll run it tomorrow morning, overloaded today.

    2. Steve

      That's ok James, you do as you please.

      Meet Nick Clegg, a British nerd who decides what Americans can read on Facebook