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The Covidian Cult (Part III)

Jim Jones
In The Covidian Cult (Part I) and (Part II), I characterized the so-called "New Normal" as a "global totalitarian ideological movement."

Since I published those essays, more and more people have come to see it for what it is, not "insanity" or "an overreaction," but, in fact, a new form of totalitarianism, a globalized, pathologized, depoliticized form, which is being systematically implemented under the guise of "protecting the public health."

In order to oppose this new form of totalitarianism, we need to understand how it both resembles and differs from earlier totalitarian systems. The similarities are fairly obvious — the suspension of constitutional rights, governments ruling by decree, official propaganda, public loyalty rituals, the outlawing of political opposition, censorship, social segregation, goon squads terrorizing the public, and so on — but the differences are not obvious.

Whereas 20th-Century totalitarianism (i.e., the form most people are generally familiar with) was more or less national and overtly political, New Normal totalitarianism is supranational, and its ideology is much more subtle. The New Normal is not Nazism or Stalinism. It is global-capitalist totalitarianism, and global capitalism doesn't have an ideology, technically, or, rather, its ideology is "reality."

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Cloud Precipitation

More than 45 dead after Ida's remnants blindside Northeast

Schuylkill River flood
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The Schuylkill River exceeds its bank in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia, Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021 in the aftermath of downpours and high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Ida that hit the area.
A stunned U.S. East Coast faced a rising death toll, surging rivers and tornado damage Thursday after the remnants of Hurricane Ida walloped the region with record-breaking rain, drowning more than 40 people in their homes and cars.

In a region that had been warned about potentially deadly flash flooding but hadn't braced for such a blow from the no-longer-hurricane, the storm killed at least 46 people from Maryland to Connecticut on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

At least 23 people died in New Jersey, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said. At least 13 people were killed in New York City, police said, 11 of them in flooded basement apartments, which often serve as relatively affordable homes in one of the nation's most expensive housing markets. Suburban Westchester County reported three deaths.

Officials said at least five people died in Pennsylvania, including one killed by a falling tree and another who drowned in his car after helping his wife to escape. A Connecticut state police sergeant, Brian Mohl, perished after his cruiser was swept away. Another death was reported in Maryland.

Sophy Liu said she tried using towels and garbage bags to stop the water coming into her first-floor New York City apartment, but the flood rose to her chest in just a half hour. She roused her son from bed, put him in a life jacket and inflatable swimming ring and tried to flee, but the door stuck. She called two friends who helped her jar it loose.

Yellow Vest

Australia's The Age takes a stand on lockdowns: Victoria can't go on like this

Australia  Premier Daniel Andrews
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Australia's Premier Daniel Andrews announces the extended lockdowns on Wednesday, September 1, 2021
A year ago, while Melbourne was in the grip of its long lockdown, the worst of the second COVID-19 outbreak was behind us. After peaking at 723 cases in late July, by the start of spring the daily figure for new cases had dropped to 70. At the time, all the enormous effort was paying off, and the eventual reward was a summer with few restrictions. A year later, it's a different state of affairs.

On Wednesday, the jump in new cases to 120 signalled that the chance of Victoria returning to COVID zero in the community has gone, and the government and health officers have acknowledged it. While the daily numbers are not in the same league as NSW's, the pathway back to more freedoms is the same - high vaccination rates.

Comment: For those with eyes to see, it's clear that Australia (and New Zealand) have been used as a testing ground for how far draconian restrictions on civil liberties can be taken. There has been no lack of petty tyrants willing to enforce them.

Cloud Precipitation

Storm Ida: Flash-flooding across US Northeast kills 45 - New rainfall record of 8cms in 1 hour in NYC - Tornados ravage New Jersey

Comment: The new rainfall record comes just TEN DAYS after the previous one was set...

Social media footage shows flooding in Williamsburg area of Brooklyn
© Jaymee Sire
Social media footage shows flooding in Williamsburg area of Brooklyn
At least six people have died after flash flooding and tornadoes hit the north-east US, local media report.

Some people were trapped in the flooded basements of their homes, while one body was retrieved from a vehicle that was swept away.

The governors of New York and New Jersey declared a state of emergency, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called it a "historic weather event".

At least 8cm of rain fell in just one hour in New York's Central Park.

The US National Weather Service declared a flood emergency in New York City, Brooklyn and Queens, and issued tornado warnings for parts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Comment: From Floodlist:
While parts of Louisiana are still under water after storm surge and torrential rain from Hurricane Ida, remnants of the storm have moved north, dumping heavy rainfall and causing flooding in parts of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Maryland.

Destructive floods hit parts of Southwest Virginia in the previous 24 hours.

Record Rainfall

National Weather Service (NWS) Eastern Region reported 48 hour rainfall totals of over 7 inches (177.8 mm) in several areas. Coatsville, Pennsylvania recorded 8.62 inches (218.95 mm) and Stockton in New Jersey 8.04 inches (204.22 mm). Most of this rain fell during a 12 to 24 hour period to late 01 September, NWS Eastern Region said.

New York City saw its rainfall record broken for the second time in a few weeks. The National Weather Service (NWS) recorded 3.15 inches (80 mm) of rain in New York's Central Park in one hour, far surpassing the 1.94 inches (49.27 mm) that fell in one hour during Tropical Storm Henri which was a record high at the time.

Rainfall in north east USA after remnants of Hurricane Ida 30 August to 01 September 2021.
© NWS Eastern Region
Rainfall in north east USA after remnants of Hurricane Ida 30 August to 01 September 2021.
UPDATE 02/09/2021:
Several tornadoes touched down in New Jersey, wreaking destruction through communities as the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the East Coast, also triggering New York City's first ever flash flood emergency amid a massive downpour.

Twisters were spotted in multiple locations across New Jersey on Wednesday evening, with dramatic videos circulating on social media showing massive funnel clouds touching down.

Extensive damage to homes was also seen in other videos making the rounds, as well as flooded streets in Hoboken.
Meanwhile the flooding continues:

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Water, water everywhere: Heavy rainfall causes destructive flash floods in Spain - 3 inches of rain recorded in just 30 MINUTES

Street turns into river as flash floods wreak

Street turns into river as flash floods wreak havoc in Toledo
Heavy rainfall on Wednesday caused flooding in parts of central and eastern Spain. The provinces of Tarragona, Castellón and Toledo were particularly affected by the storms, while in Madrid the rising waters flooded homes and created significant traffic disruption.

On Thursday, parts of mainland Spain as well as the Balearic Islands were on the national weather agency Aemet's yellow alert level for rain and thunderstorms.

Train services were still affected on Thursday morning. At 8.30am, the railway company Renfe notified interruptions on the high-speed Madrid-Toledo line between the stations of La Sagra and Toledo, as well as additional disruptions on the Tarancón-Huete line (between Aranjuez and Cuenca) and the Teruel-Zaragoza line (at Cariñena).

In Catalonia, weather stations recorded rainfall of 77mm in just 30 minutes. The heavy rain triggered flash floods on city streets and damaged ground-floor properties in municipalities of the Montsià and Baix Ebre areas of Tarragona province. In the small coastal town of Alcanar (population 9,300), record rainfall of 167mm caused flash floods that dragged vehicles out to sea.


Gab.ai received a letter from the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Protest at the US Capitol. Here is its response...

andrew torba gab hat

Gab.ai's Andrew Torba
Following Gab's receipt of a letter from the January 6th Committee investigating the protests at the U.S. Capitol, we responded to Congress today to set the record straight about Gab and its role, or rather its lack of a role, in the events of January 6th.

We told Congress that Gab exists to promote freedom of speech. By this we mean all written or spoken expression protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. No more, no less. We accordingly have a longstanding zero-tolerance policy towards threats of violence and use of our platform for criminal purposes.

As to controversial, but nonetheless legal, speech, we believe - as Justice Brandeis did - that "sunlight is the best disinfectant, electric light the most efficient policeman." This means that Gab seeks to serve as an online home for dissent, whether it emanates from protestors in Hong Kong, Russia, or the United States.

Sometimes this means that Gab finds itself hosting people or ideas wide segments of a given population regard as loathsome or evil. It is not our place, nor should it be the place of any technology company, to interfere with Americans' civil rights and sit in judgment over their lawful expression.

Comment: Gab.ai has the ADL to thank for this. The snitch 'Jewish' organization wrote on Jan 13th, just a week after the 'insurrection' at the Capitol:
To the extent Gab intentionally served as a forum for people to plan, coordinate, engage in or otherwise facilitate the criminal activity that took place on January 6, a Department of Justice investigation is warranted.
8 months later, it turns out that no such plot or criminal activity took place - except in 'pretend' form among FBI and other government agents - yet Gab.ai must nevertheless 'be put to the question'...


Where are the autopsies of people who died post vaccination?

covid vaccine bottles
Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, published a commentary July 7, 20211 asking an important question about the rising number of deaths being reported to the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) in conjunction with the COVID-19 injection program.

Her credentials2 are many: She's a clinical lecturer in medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She received her medical degree from Columbia University and is the author of several books. And, as president of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness and chairman of the Public Health Committee of the Pima County (Arizona) Medical Society, she asks: Why haven't there been autopsies of healthy people who are dying unexpectedly after receiving a COVID jab?


Enigmatic ancient brown dwarf discovered in solar neighborhood suggests more 'accidents' may be lurking in our galaxy - NASA

This mosaic shows the entire sky imaged by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). Infrared light refers to wavelengths that are longer than those visible to the human eye. Many cosmic objects radiate infrared, including gas and dust clouds where stars form, and brown dwarfs.
Brown dwarfs aren't quite stars and aren't quite planets, and a new study suggests there might be more of them lurking in our galaxy than scientists previously thought.

A new study offers a tantalizing explanation for how a peculiar cosmic object called WISEA J153429.75-104303.3 - nicknamed "The Accident" - came to be. The Accident is a brown dwarf. Though they form like stars, these objects don't have enough mass to kickstart nuclear fusion, the process that causes stars to shine. And while brown dwarfs sometimes defy characterization, astronomers have a good grasp on their general characteristics.

Or they did, until they found this one.

Comment: Regarding brown dwarfs and why they don't shine, Pierre Lescaudron in his book Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection details that it's actually due to their low electrical activity; he also theorizes that our Sun may even be twinned with one:
Enter Nemesis

As everybody knows, our solar system is powered by a single star, the Sun. Well, it is assumed that ours is a single-star solar system because we see only one sun rise each morning. However, this is actually quite a peculiar configuration, since most stars astronomers have observed are part of multi-star systems (most often binary).

Based on data from NASA's Chandra X-ray observatory, it's estimated that over 80% of all stars may be in either binary or multiple-star systems.1 Grazia and Milton, who studied the 60 star systems nearest to our own reached a comparable conclusion:
61% of the 60 nearest stars are components of a double (binary) or triple star system.2
A twin-star model for our own solar system is a tantalizing prospect, not least because it could account for many 'anomalies' exhibited by the single-star hypothesis. As stated by the Binary Research Institute (BRI):
... elliptical orbit equations have been found to be a better predictor of precession rates than Newcomb's formula, showing far greater accuracy over the last hundred years. Moreover, a moving solar system model appears to solve a number of solar system formation theory problems including the sun's lack of angular momentum. For these reasons, BRI has concluded our sun is most likely part of a long cycle binary system.3
Bear in mind that the binary systems identified above are composed of stars bright enough to be detected with a telescope. This means that the percentage of binary systems may be even higher, since some systems can include 'unlit' stars, like so-called 'brown dwarfs', for example.

For plasma cosmologists, a binary system is the logical way for individual stars to cope with high electric stress, causing any given star to go through a process of fission (i.e. splitting into two or more parts).4 When a sphere is divided into two equally-sized spheres, the total mass will remain the same (no matter disappears) but the total surface area of this pair will be about 26% larger than the area of the original single sphere.5 This increases the total surface area exposed to the electric field and thus decreases the current density (amperes per square meter). Thus, electrically-induced fission enables stars to reduce the electric stress they are subjected to by spreading it between two or more stars.

Because of the lower level of electric stress exerted on a binary system after fission, brown dwarfs (stars exposed to a weak electric field, hence their reduced brightness) should be quite common in binary systems:
If the members of a resulting binary pair turn out to be unequal in size, the larger one will probably have the larger current density - but still lower than the original value. (This assumes that the total charge and total driving current to the original star distributes itself onto the new stars proportionally to their masses.) In this case, the smaller member of the pair might have such a low value of current density as to drop it, abruptly, to 'brown dwarf' or even 'giant gas planet' status.6
It's clear that binary stars are very common, probably even more common than acknowledged in the scientific literature. So, is our Sun one more anomaly in the rather anomalous universe depicted by mainstream science? Is our Sun really single?

A significant clue that our star may in fact be part of a binary system appeared in Nature on March 19th,1982,7 when the paleontologists David Raup and Jack Sepkoski unveiled a cyclical pattern of mass-extinction events in the fossil record.8 Their research revealed that over the last 250 million years, the Earth regularly experienced mass extinctions [...]
  1. 1 Cruttenden, W., Lost Star, p.111
  2. 2 De Grazia, A. & Milton, E.R., Solaria Binaria, p.17
  3. 3 'Introduction to Binary Companion Theory', Binary Research Institute. See here: www.binaryresearchinstitute.org/bri/research/introduction/theory.shtml
  4. 4 Scott, D. The Electric Sky, p. 157-159
  5. 5 Scott, D.E., 'Electric cosmology - Stellar Evolution', The Electric Sky, online version. See: electric-cosmos.org/hrdiagr.htm
  6. 6 Scott, D., The Electric Sky, p.158
  7. 7 Raup, D. & Sepkoski, J., 'Mass extinctions in the marine fossil record', Science, Volume 215, Issue 4539, pp. 1501-1503
  8. 8 According to calculations made by Raup & Sepkoski, the probability of a 27-MY mass extinction cycle being due to random chance is less than 1%.
For further insight, check out his new book Cometary Encounters: Flash-Frozen Mammoths, Mars-Earth Discharge, Comet Venus and the 3,600-Year Cometary Cycle.

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July transcript reveals Biden pressured Afghan President Ghani to create 'perception' Taliban wasn't winning 'WHETHER TRUE OR NOT'

Comment: This is exactly the thing they impeached Trump for!!!

Joe Biden President Ashraf Ghani
President Joe Biden wanted the now-departed Afghan president to create the 'perception' that his government was capable of holding off the Taliban - an indication he knew it was only a matter of time before the US ally fell to the Islamic group even while reassuring Americans at home that it would not happen.

In the last phone call between Biden and his Afghan then-counterpart Ashraf Ghani, the American president said they needed to change perceptions of the Taliban's rapid advance 'whether it is true or not,' according to excerpts published on Tuesday.

The call took place on July 23 - weeks before the fall of Kabul - but Biden on Tuesday repeated his assertion that his team was caught flat-footed by the rapid Taliban takeover of the country.



'I was recruited by UK intelligence to spy on ISIS and got thrown under the bus' - claims ex-militant awaiting trial in Dagestan

Azamat Ayvazov
© RT
Azamat Ayvazov claims he was recruited by the UK special services to spy on ISIS militants in Syria but was then abandoned there.
A former ISIS militant, awaiting trial in Russia, claims he had been recruited by UK agents to spy on the terrorist group. The man told RT he ended up fighting in the terrorists' ranks, allegedly, after being abandoned in Syria.

Azamat Ayvazov, 33, who is in a pre-trial facility in Russia's southern republic of Dagestan, gave an exclusive interview to RT's Ilya Petrenko, who became interested in the unusually talkative ex-militant's side of the story.

The man claims that ending up in the ranks of the notorious terrorist group was never his intention, and instead holds himself to be a victim of "geopolitical games."

Ayvazov left Russia some 10 years ago, gaining refugee status in the UK. Following the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack, he ended up on the radar of the British secret services, as they allegedly screened "Muslim-looking" individuals.

Comment: Terroristic organizations like ISIS/ISIL, Al-Qaeda, and many others are created, financed and commanded by the PTB through the Intelligence agencies. They need them, so they can cause terror and fear among the population.

They represent the secret unofficial army and they are using it to strip the basic human rights of the targeted population, to invade and destroy countries that oppose them, and to globally install totalitarian police state.

But don't worry. They are doing it for our own good.

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