August 29, 2020

Do you realize that we’ve been forced to wear masks for five freaking months now…

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…and yet we’re still trapped in the Matrix.











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August 23, 2020

American capitalism defined:

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A child’s lament:

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Big Pharma declares war:

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Protect and serve:

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August 18, 2020

The USA doesn’t just screw over Syrians & Palestinians…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 10:05 pm

    Turns out that our greedy so-called “leaders” at the top of the Great American Ponzi Scheme aren’t just screwing over folks in the Middle East. They are also screwing over us Americans big-time as well.

     Here’s John Titus’s latest video about how the Federal Reserve has just stolen two-point-something trillion dollars from our treasury — while bitching its heart out all the way to the bank because it’s being forced to give the rest of us a few billion bucks just to shut us up.  Watch it and weep.

     Iran and Syria aren’t the only countries being sanctioned.  Americans are being sanctioned too.

PS:  And how do Americans deal with getting sanctioned and ripped off by those above us who are supposed to protect and serve?  Do we get angry and demand reform?  Not at all.  Apparently all we do is take anti-depressants and hide in our rooms.  

     New studies show that PTSD, depression and ADHD aren’t mental illnesses at all — but basically just signs that a whole bunch of us plebeian canaries have already started to die in America’s socio-economic coal mines.

      Perhaps it’s time to get out and fly free instead — starting by shoving the Federal Reserve down a mine shaft instead of you and me being the ones getting shoved.

PPS:  Maybe it’s not a Ponzi scheme that the Fed is running after all.  Maybe it’s just that old carnival shell game — distract us with COVID while they move our cheese.


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August 13, 2020

Death by Despair: Schools are essential businesses too!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 7:15 pm
     Damn, I’ve been depressed lately.  This whole COVID thingie is really getting me down.  First they cancelled a book conference that I was totally looking forward to next month.  Then they cancelled the Democratic presidential convention.  Then they limited the Republican presidential convention’s size by not allowing the press to attend (that would be me — now I gotta go sit on the curb across the street.)  And then my other favorite book conference was just cancelled too — scheduled to have taken place a full eight months from now.  And they even cancelled my birthday party!  018 // Nick Pineault – COVID: It Was Just A Bad Flu After All – The EMF Guy
     But when they cancelled Thanksgiving, Halloween, Eid, Hanukkah and even Christmas, my entire freaking soul did a belly-flop.  Nothing to look forward to.  No reason to live.  Might as well just get corona and die now.
     And who the freak wants to wear face masks since forever — and be heavily fined and/or jailed if we don’t put them on.
     Gloom overtook me.
     Then I started thinking about America’s children.  No “first day of school” photos for them to look forward to either.  How come it’s okay for WalMart workers, home appliance retailers and banksters to be exposed to COVID but teachers can’t take the same risks?  And what exactly are the dangers of “Death by Despair” to our kids?  That should be taken into consideration too when deciding not to open our schools.  What will happen to this new “Generation C”?  Sucks to be them. 

  Q&A: Michael Levitt on why there shouldn’t be a lockdown, how he’s been tracking coronavirus | The Stanford Daily

     Never tell me that IKEA is an essential business but education is not.
     And don’t even get me started on the recent “Friday Night Massacre” at the U.S. Postal Service.  Now I won’t even have my daily trip to the mailbox to look forward to?  Just shoot me and get it over with.
     But then I took 10,000 thingies of Vitamin C and 7,000 thingies of Vitamin D, hugged a redwood tree and walked for two miles in the countryside.  Now I feel better.  Sort of.  Do you?

PS:  I actually went over to IKEA yesterday.  There must have been at least 500 people there, buying pillows, sheets, dinnerware, coffee tables and sofas like crazy.  Nope, no coronavirus is ever gonna come between Americans and their furniture needs!   Too bad they don’t feel the same way about schooling.

What the freak really did happen in Beirut?  Could be that the ship was planted like the original Trojan Horse (only 2700 years later) and led into the city by the Usual Suspects, to be blown up at leisure.

What does a top Aussie doctor say about Australia’s lock-down?  “Essentially, we are risking a 10-20-fold increase in mortality in those aged under 60 from COVID lockdowns compared to COVID itself.  This is on top of the devastation caused to our society due to a collapsed economy with poorer health, education, sports and the arts.”  If I was under age 60 and living down under, I’d be totally pissed off!

Nasrallah says that Hezbollah didn’t do it — and that now is the time for compassion and help instead of finger-pointing.  I believe him on both counts (but somehow my finger just keeps pointing West anyway).

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August 8, 2020

America’s existential crisis: My trip to our collective subconscious

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 8:36 pm
     “Hey, wanna go to the movies tonight?”  Great idea.  Let’s all go to the movies.  But how the freak can we — when every single billionaire on the planet is screaming at us to stay home.
     For instance, the World Health Organization has just hired an extremely pricey public relations firm, Hill+Knowlton, to scare us into believing that going to a Saturday matinee at the Paramount will only lead to horror and death in the afternoon almost equal to 9-11.  And this sketchy PR firm is also the same high-priced organization that worked really hard at convincing Americans that murdering thousands and thousands of women and children in Syria is a good thing and that Iraqis were trying to steal incubators to use for building their WMDs.
    You can’t even make this stuff up, right?  But Hill+Knowlton can.

    No movies.  War criminals.  No wonder Americans are going stir-crazy.  Our collective subconscious at this point is just not a good place to be.  I’m having an existential meltdown right now myself — and you probably are too.  Not worth it.  Not worth it at all.  I can’t stand it any more.  Please wake me up from this bad dream!
    And while you’re at it, pleeze tell Gates, Fauci, Trump and Big Pharma to stop it, just stop.  And tell Wall Street and War Street to get a life too (hopefully not mine).  Our future is far too dim these days.  Being part of the American collective subconscious journey right now is really a bad trip.
PS:  I just chatted with a local ICU doctor and she said, “It’s all a matter of viral load.  If someone who actually has COVID sneezes or coughs on you, then you have just received a small viral load — unless the sneezer was wearing a face mask or at least used a hankie.  But if a doctor or nurse works for 15 hours in an ICU unit filled with COVID patents, that’s a really heavy viral load and that doctor or nurse might be in serious danger.”  Oh.
      So if we are being seriously exposed to COVID on a daily basis like ICU doctors and nurses are, then serious precautions need to be taken.  But if you are just wandering around the aisles of WalMart in search of emergency PopTarts, wearing three layers of masks and keeping 20 feet away from the nearest live human, then you are just being a wimp.
     Americans need to start being Good Guys again — and to get a grip.  Enough of all this existential angst about germs and terrorists.  What would Albert Camus do?  He’s say “Screw The Plague.  Stop worrying about The Stranger.  Let’s defeat all those corporate robber-barons and just get on with our lives instead.”
PPS:  We’ve been living in face-mask isolation and lock-down limbo for over four months now — and yet we’re still more terrified than ever.  China, Taiwan and South Korea, on the other hand, recovered from their pandemics in approximately three weeks.  Even Sweden is now doing better than we are.  EPIC FAIL by America’s most greedy.
More home truths about COVID:
And then there’s what our taxpayer dollars are still doing to poor Yemen:

From a Stanford Nobel Prize winner: “I think that when we come to look back, we’re going to say that wasn’t such a terrible disease.  The deaths accounted for maybe one or two months of deaths normally, but the effect on the economy will be devastating, particularly for young people.  This should be a wake up call to young people to realize that it’s your world; the future belongs to you, and it is time [to decide] what is important for you.”

Was the lock-down really necessary — other than as a means to create America’s existential crisis?

“There is an FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) law which only allows the mass ‘vaccination’ program to continue if there are no other effective treatments.  There is also a EUA ‘National Security’ stipulation that requires a significant percentage of the population to be at risk of death, which is another reason why fraudulent false-positive testing is being used.”  So.  Does this explain why Fauci, Gates and Big Pharma appear to want us to die instead of get effectively treated?

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August 3, 2020

Visiting Wisconsin: The presidential Zoom convention that will make Milwaukee famous!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 6:16 pm
     My reconnaissance trip to Milwaukee this week is going quite well.  I’ve spied out the lay of the land here.  Everything looks good.  Let the invasion of happy Democratic convention delegates begin! 
      Or not. 
      COVID propaganda seems to have definitely put an end to that grand old American tradition of presidential conventions for sure.  But wait!  An even better convention idea could actually arise like Venus on the half-shell from our current dreadful COVID lock-down swamp!  What if the Democrats held a Zoom convention and everybody came!  Not just the delegates but every single Democrat on the planet.  How democratic would that be.  Let’s turn lemons into lemonade here, folks.
     But as for the city of Milwaukee itself, I’ve just checked it out for you in advance.  It actually is a great place to visit.  And being the reigning queen of public transit, my first step was to get from the airport to my hotel on a bus.  The #80 bus did it with flash and charm — and for only $1.25.
      I had lost my list of directions on how to get from the #80′s downtown bus stop up to my hotel on the corner of East Juneau and North Marshall, about sixteen blocks away.  Here’s me.  Standing on the corner.  Totally lost.  Late at night.  Alone.  In the dark.  No compass.  Carrying luggage.  Yikes!
      So I asked a large Black man hanging out in front of a bar, “Do you know how to get to the Astor Hotel?”  He just shrugged.
     “But for five dollars, I’ll drive you there,” he said after some thought.  Deal!  And that’s how I met the heroic Jim, who would later drive me all over Milwaukee in his truck.  Future convention-goers would be lucky to run into him too.  Just sayin’.  Although I don’t know whether or not Jim does Zoom.
      I found out later that the #30 bus would have taken me straight to the Astor, a huge old hotel built in 1908 or something.  The lobby was elegant.  The rooms were adequate if a bit old-fashioned.  But I think that there might have been a ghost in this hotel too.  The floorboards creaked.  Strange noises in the night.  That sort of thing.  However, nothing registered on my new Ghost-Busters EMF meter so I guess that I’m good.
     As we drove around Milwaukee, I grilled Jim mercilessly.  “Are there homeless people here?  Is there a large Black community?  What is the jobless rate?  Where can I get decent tacos!?!”
     We ended up in Little Mexico.  I got my photo taken holding hands with a bronze statue of Cesar Chavez.  Tacos!  Then we drove through the Black section of town.  Large old stately homes. 
      “But don’t let those fancy exteriors fool you.  These are the slums.  You really can’t see the actual poverty here, ” said Jim.  “When my parents escaped from Mississippi, they came up here because relatives had come to Milwaukee before them.  But they were red-lined and had trouble finding employment.  Segregation had followed them north.  And all these stately mansions that you see here?  They’ve all been divided and sub-divided and then sub-sub-divided and then even individual rooms are divided up — so that from the outside they look good but there is a whole lot of misery going on inside them.  People are cramped together like sardines in order to afford the rent.”
     “How were the schools?  When you were growing up here in the red-lined district?” I asked next.
     Short answer there.  “Crappy.”
      “But what about homelessness?  I don’t see any tents like I see everywhere in California.” 
     “You don’t see them because the police take away all the transients’ stuff.  Tents are not legal on the streets of Milwaukee.”  Oh.  That’s one way of solving the homeless problem.  “Plus there is mass unemployment here in Milwaukee, and even before COVID.  Last September was grim.”

     Next Jim let me off in front of the Harley-Davidson Museum.  Wow!  Every model of Harley ever made was on display, starting back in 1902.  Elvis Presley’s Harley.  The Easy Rider Harley.  Videos of Marlon Brando in The Wild One!  But have you ever tried to take a selfie of yourself on a Hog?  Finally some nice lady saw my dilemma and offered to take my picture so I could have bragging rights on FaceBook — the full effect of sitting on a Harley.

     Then the #80 and #30 bus took me back to my hotel, and the #14 bus took me to the Milwaukee art museum — everything that you would ever hope that an art museum could be.  Built like a sailing ship, out on Lake Michigan.  So impressive that I even broke down and bought a refrigerator-magnet of its photo.  Marvelous exhibits.  Everything from a Pharaoh’s sarcophagus to a Warhol soup can. 
      I personally think that beauty is the most important thing in the entire world (besides perhaps pizza).  The Navajos got it right.  Beauty is better than “war,” better than greed, corruption, more greed.  Far better than the billionaire elite who lie to us and steal our souls. 
       Then Jim and I had more long discussions about race.  “My parents would occasionally go back to Mississippi for reunions and stuff but they never dared to take me,” said Jim.  “They knew I’d get in trouble.”  Like Emmett Till?  He nodded.  “I respect others.  But I’m not going to tolerate others disrespecting me.  My parents knew that and kept me home.”
     Racial discrimination here?  “I just walk away.  There is so much emotion involved in that issue.  So much history of misery.  As a White person you can talk about it but you just can’t understand.  The experience.  It is so very emotional of a thing.  If I let it, I would be constantly charged up all the time.  And that is no way to live.  So I just walk away.”
      Jim also said that because of his size, he would get challenged a lot too.  “I learned to just walk away and let God sort it all out.”  But he also said that sometimes you just need to take your stand.  “Martin Luther King lived in different times than these.”  Jim was a lovable tolerant bear of a man — but just don’t take advantage of that and push him too far.  Got it?  Good.
      He dropped me back off at my haunted hotel where a bunch of young women were having a batchelorette party in the three rooms next to mine, a quiet one (at least they were quieter than the ghosts.)  “We’re all going sailing on a boat on the lake,” one bridesmaid said.  That sounds like a great idea….
      The Democrats will love Milwaukee.  I already do. 
Bill Gates is finally getting his way regarding population reduction.  10,000 children starve to death each month due to the lock-down.  Are you happy now, Bill?
A whole bunch of doctors finally get pissed off enough to tell the truth about COVID:
How much do Democrats hate Trump?  Enough to accidentally murder a whole generation in order to prove him wrong?  Apparently so.  Dems need to re-think their position on HCQ at the convention.  Dems are not spozed to act like Nazis — just to spite Trump.
COVID is being used by the Bad Guys as yet another excuse to divide and conquer us:
And then there’s poor sweet Yemen where bombs do imperialism’s dirty work — unbelievably dirty:
Lack of zinc in our diets also causes us to lose our sense of taste and smell.  Zinc deficiency is most common in the elderly.  Could that be one reason why they are most susceptible to COVID?  Take your zinc pills, guys.  Can’t hurt.  Might help.
More info on the deadly consequences of the lock-down, more deadly than the virus:

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