Those hospital queues … how many are in the waiting rooms??? really?
As the drama surrounding Covid-19 continues to unfold each day, the panic worldwide grows larger. The world’s population is filled with fear, not knowing what to expect next from the writers, producers, and directors carrying out the well-written psychological thriller taking place in real-time on a global stage.
The world economy continues to melt-down in front of our eyes. Still, most people are so paralyzed by fear of a fictitious corona (common cold) virus, they’re not even thinking about their livelihoods and disappearing pensions.
Supermarkets are being raided by consumers, leaving store shelves empty. People are hoarding toilet paper and other supplies out of fear of being quarantined for several weeks as governments around the globe are hinting at the possibility of containment zones and martial law.
The above quote came to mind as I looked about me seeing the stampede that Coronavirus has become. It reminded me of another quote:
“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.” (HL Mencken)
“Now, we would all like to know how Dean Koontz, the world’s sixth-most highly paid author, who ties with John Grisham, at $25 million annually, knew of Wuhan and even named the deadly bacteriological weapon “Wuhan-400,” 40 years ago? We would like to have a chat with him about his “prophetic visions”on what seems to have striking similarities with the nVoC-2019 Coronavirus.”
Article from leozagami.com
by Leo Zagami
I spent the last few hours studying The Eyes of Darkness,a prophetic thriller originally published in 1981 about a deadly bacteriological weapon called “Wuhan-400” named this way because it was developed at the RDNA labs outside of the city of Wuhan. The book in question was written by the best selling American writer Dean Koontz, and was originally published under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols.
The book focuses on a mother who sets out on a quest to find out if her son Danny died one year ago, or if he was still alive. Many of Dean Koontz’s books have appeared on The New York TimesBest Seller list and have been adapted for television or the big screen, but not this one. According to Koontz in the afterword of a 2008 paperback reissue, television producer Lee Rich purchased the rights for this book along with others and The Eyes of Darknesswas assigned for a possible tv adaptation with the female writing team of Ann Powell and Rose Schacht, co-writers of Drug Wars: The Camarena Story, but for some mysterious reason they could never deliver an acceptable script.
In this fictional account, the protagonist, Christina Evans, the mother of Danny, will eventually find her child kept alive in a military facility after being accidentally contaminated with man-made micro-organisms created at the research center in Wuhan. Secretly researched in a U.S. military laboratory for “Biological and chemical recombinant DNA experiments”to try and reproduce the dangerous virus after “a Chinese scientist named Li Chen defected to the United States, carrying a diskette record of China’s most important and dangerous: new biological weapon in a decade.”
So the origins of this fictional virus denominated “Wuhan-400” are connected with genetic engineering, which is the science of manipulating genetic material from an organism. The first artificial genetic modification was accomplished in the U.S. by Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen in 1972, but the Chinese got involved from the beginning in this growing industry that created the first genetically engineered plant as well as infamous Genetically Modified food. The virus in question is described by Dr. Carlton Dombey, one of the doctors in charge at the military laboratory described in the book, in the following way to the mother of Danny and Elliot Stryker, her partner who once worked for Army Intelligence: “Wuhan-400 is a perfect weapon. It afflicts only human beings. No other living creature can carry it. And like syphilis, Wuhan-400 can’t survive outside a living human body for longer than a minute, which means it can’t permanently contaminate objects or entire places the way anthrax and other virulent microorganisms can. And when the host expires, the Wuhan-400 within him perishes a short while later, as soon as the temperature of the corpse drops below eighty-six degrees Fahrenheit. Do you see the advantage of all this?”
Elliot Stryker replies: “If I understand you, the Chinese could use Wuhan-400 to wipe out a city or a country, and then there wouldn’t be any need for them to conduct a tricky and expensive decontamination before they moved in and took over the conquered territory.”
Now I’m putting a focus today on this issue because it’s Waitangi day here in Enzed.
We live currently in a world that sees lying as ok. We used to have a world that honoured truth on paper at least, in our ideals, in our official statements whilst nevertheless serving us up history books that omitted much pertinent stuff and blatantly lied about other stuff. (Yes the old saying ‘the victors write the histories’ and write them they did). And now we have officially adopted a business model (since Rogernomics particularly) in which well, it’s ok to lie. As I used to oft repeat, watch The Corporation movie (found on our Corporations page) and see that in fact corporations, likened by the appropriate professionals to psychopathic personalities where yes, lying is the norm. Do watch it … it explains a lot about why our world has left the gold standard of truth.
So yes it’s Waitangi Day. Commemoration of that day we all ‘became one’ so to speak. Well at least that is what was said on the day it was signed along with the giving of tobacco and blankets. I’m focusing particularly on telling our true histories because so many do not know them & they sadly become the basis of a lot of misunderstanding. A post I saw this morning on FB raised objection to the selling of golliwog dolls in a coastal NZ town (and wait, I explain why in a minute). The writer expressed her objection & stated she would not be purchasing anything from the said shop and why, after which the whole post was taken down. Re posted, it then attracted the usual ‘what’s wrong with golly’ etc etc etc. This is how I commented: The term ‘wog’ actually stands for ‘wily Oriental gentleman’. My father who served in the Middle East (World War 2) told me this … it is a derogatory term for colored peoples. A racist term. It intimates that they are sly & not to be trusted. Bit like the term ‘caught red handed’ referring to Indian peoples. The ironic & shrewd twist about this is that the peoples who coined the terms were in fact the wily ones as implied, the real thieves of land and resources. That’s why they came after all. It wasn’t to help (aka civilize) I’m afraid as we’ve largely been told. The truly wily thing is that this crucial info was never taught us in schools. Such info as how Maori soldiers returned from serving in the two World Wars only to find some of their lands confiscated and given to returning white soldiers. Or, lands promised them not given. Or, that millions of acres of lands were confiscated aka stolen by the colonial government. Or that we once had segregated picture theaters. And segregated Plunket. So we grew up thinking it was all good. This is why people share this info so folk know … it’s not because they’re ‘dwelling on the past’ and ‘need to go forwards’. These histories are all well documented. This is how we end up with convos like those I see here because the folk do not have all the information. Really it’s about respect for others. Learn the real histories. By way of illustration on this point, imagine if we had never learned the history of Nazi Germany & the extermination of millions of Jews, Gypsies & homosexuals, and Grandma at Christmas time made nice cushions and embroidered them all with swastika signs she saw in a design book & gave them to her Jewish neighbors. Same thing regarding their predictable reaction. Grandma would be saying ‘what’s your problem’? Hiding the histories works like a charm. And anyway I certainly won’t be buying any gifts from that gift shop in question when I visit Waitarere. Same as I don’t anywhere else in the country. It’s the only way to make the point in a country that is now married to the business model. If the entire district sent the message they wouldn’t be buying from the said shop for the said reason then of course they’d be removed pronto. BTW my father was ‘half caste’ … he told us that folk in the 1920s would cross the street rather than talk to him & his siblings. And we were taught at school we’re ‘all one’? This friends is why we need to all learn the histories so that when any of the said stolen lands are compensated for (& note never for their true current value, just a tiny proportion) that this is Maori privilege. It’s not. The said Treaty after all did promise undisturbed possession of etc etc etc …. google it and read it for yourself.
For starters here is one history you won’t have read … I posted it here not so long ago… from snoopman.net.nz
By Steve ‘Snoopman’ Edwards
One hundred and forty-five years after the wars between native Māori and British imperial and colonial forces ended, most New Zealanders remain oblivious to the conflicts’ Masonic underpinnings. For those not disposed to empathize with Māori, this obliviousness works as a vector that transmits racism throughout the British-American tax haven jurisdiction of New Zealand. Furthermore, this racial prejudice persists structurally throughout the realm of New Zealand’s major and significant economic, political and cultural institutions.
This colour-based prejudice against the native people of New Zealand hides a largely ignored problem of class-stratification, or a hierarchy of privilege based on economic wealth accumulation, control of key institutions and the valourization of status addiction. It is no small irony that when the framing of discussions on racial prejudice does widen to include the phenomenon of a hierarchically class-structured society, such discourses frequently fail to nail the root cause of systemic material inequality or structural dispossession: Oligarchism.
During the period of New Zealand Wars (1845-1872), the secret society of Freemasonry was, essentially, an expression of oligarchism, which is the belief in the right of super-rich people to rule over humanity through the structural domination of resources, including institutions, covert networks and the exploitation of secret mechanisms. Historians of the New Zealand Wars and the New Zealand’s formative history have largely overlooked the instrumental role that Freemasonry played to absorb New Zealand into the British Empire. While some prominent Freemasons are mentioned in the 1940 edition of the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography published by the Department of Internal Affairs, this ‘Who’s Who’ compendium of New Zealand hardly captures the brotherhood’s secret network of key players. Freemason papers, proceedings and their lodge books, many of which were not intended for public eyes, provide some details of their esteemed brethren, ‘noble’ heroes and fallen brothers. Together, these hard-to-find works provide partial lists of those who fought in the various regiments, volunteer militia and forest rangers, as well as those embedded across New Zealand’s hymn-singing protestant political-commercial-military establishment.
I’ve refrained from commenting much on this issue because really if you’re observing developments in light of the bigger scheme of things, well it’s hard to know who is telling the truth these days. We have a lying, bought whore media, lying in other ranks, a history of creating viruses in labs that are patented!! So much untruth. We hear also of firemen being held back from attending fires (run by UN now apparently) and no will to employ geoengineering tech and put out the Aussie fires. Then we have the Police deciding not to send help to the Whakaari/White Is eruption victims but taking credit later even when it was Joe Public who went to their help, and I haven’t even mentioned all of the 1080 anomalies in our Court system even. It’s all coming to light quite plainly of late the lying. Add to that the heavy censorship going on of all things truth. Recently Facebook that is doubling down on all independent info & truth, they removed a post of mine by a Harvard immunologist. They are not even smart enough to remove something that maybe looks fake … but a Harvard immunologist? That alone tells what people will swallow without question. Problem with the post was she was talking about vaccines and the unvaccinated posing no risk, and of course the truth on that topic is bursting out so wildly they’ve got the WHO vaccine safety folks scrambling for some good answers to give those pesky inquiring parents who weirdly enough want to protect their children from injury. One in 39 according to CDC’s own stats are injured. Who would want to take that very high risk yet they are pushing for mandatory? Then we have the NZ Vaccinologist telling us that strange line that SARS and MERS viruses were set up to kill a lot more people… very weird isn’t it? And yes, we’re now hearing there’s a vaccine coming. They’re working on it.
Doesn’t that make you feel really really safe?
Anyway, all that said, in my trawling through the various news sources on the CV I note that the Fullerton Informer has a good overview that’s the best I’ve heard yet. Listen below and make up your own mind … details on the video can be found by clicking on the YT icon bottom right of the video screen taking you to YT.
Aside from all discussions, truths or untruths, I believe it’s always wisest (as with the 1080 issue) to take the precautionary approach. Your corporations parading as governments are not doing that … they are not testing 5G for instance (nor heeding the independent science) and unleashing it on you anyway so YOU are the test case. They do this with vaccines & pharmaceuticals as well. No LT studies or proof of safety required (as happened with glyphosate in Roundup) plus in the case of vaccines have been protected as industries from any kickback should you want to sue them. Protect yourself therefore, going by the info that you have, particularly the independent info, from reliable sources of course. Cover all bases. You’ve nothing to lose in doing that. Have a read below the video of Jim Humble’s recent spiel. (Thanks to NZ Rose for that info). His is very helpful advice. EWR
This first article is from 2009 … and look how ‘far’ we’ve come (sunk?) … these guys (Gates & similar ilk) met at “an informal gathering aimed at encouraging philanthropy.” Philanthropy for themselves. For some mysterious reason (not) the wealthy 1% seem to think the rest of us should depart & give them free reign. So recently that ugly plan (as at Nov 2019) is beginning to emerge in all it’s sparkling clarity. Interestingly (or not so?) from the Wall Street Journal. The fraternity of the literally filthy rich. EWR
Last week’s meeting of the Great and the Good (or the Richest and Richer) was bound to draw criticism. The New York meeting of billionaires Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, David Rockefeller, Eli Broad, George Soros, Ted Turner, Oprah, Michael Bloomberg and others was described by the Chronicle of Philanthropy as an informal gathering aimed at encouraging philanthropy. Just a few billionaires getting together for drinks and dinner and a friendly chat about how to promote charitable giving.
There was no agenda, we were told. And no plan for a follow-up meeting.
But in an age of fallen wealth idols, it was inevitable that a meeting of billionaire minds would draw scrutiny. Surely all that money and power in one room had to spell trouble for the rest of us.
An article in the Times of London, headlined “Billionaire Club in Bid to Curb World Population,” said the issues discussed in the top-secret meeting included health care, education and–by far the most controversial–slowing the global population growth.
Now fast forward to 2019
(Natural News) In a bizarre, almost surreal CNN town hall event that repeatedly claimed hurricanes are all man-made, Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders called for a global-scale eugenics program to reduce human population by accelerating abortions in countries populated by people of color.
Advocacy for all this came from Sanders’ response to a pre-screened question from an audience member named Martha Readyoff, “a teacher from New Milford, Connecticut.” Her question is heavily peppered with presuppositions, such as claiming abortion is “empowering women.” The question was obviously intended to push Sanders toward a more radical left-wing position, and he took the bait. Here’s her question (h/t to Newsbusters.org for the transcripts):
Good evening. Human population growth has more than doubled in the past 50 years. The planet cannot sustain this growth. I realize this is a poisonous topic for politicians, but it’s crucial to face. Empowering women and educating everyone on the need to curb population growth seems a reasonable campaign to enact. Would you be courageous enough to discuss this issue and make it a key feature in a plan to address climate catastrophe?
Just a shortish post here on a topic that’s been raised by one or two folk over the four years or is it five since I’ve been blogging & posting. The gentle & sometimes blunt reminder to me why not post some good news? Well bright eyed & bushy tailed I originally used to add in the good news on for instance growing your own organic veg (see the garden pages at the main menu), and the health successes with cancer cures and so on. Thing is now with the latter, we are being censored on those items. The Fact Checker liars jump in with their coercive little messages as they have on my Rangitikei FB page. And as we know they’ve recently announced they censor the urls so they never get to you. A link given me this morning by a reader Rose has been altered I see so it leads you to the opposite info as what was being pointed to (ie mainstream vax info). Just a thought about how hard it is becoming to add good news. But still, I revert to my point about the point of this blog… ie to highlight the lies & expose them.
So, regarding that logo if you like for this page (‘exposing lies’) … it’s hard to turn that into good news except for instance when the likes of Monsanto gets nailed. Another thought, and this is how I largely see this. I would not expect my blog to be a one stop shop for the news. I myself keep my mind always attuned to good news elsewhere. So please do, those who find too much of the bad news difficult to swallow, find yourself other sources of good news & read those regularly to keep a healthy balance. I totally concur it is not good to focus on bad news 24/7.
Nevertheless, all that said, I will keep in mind the advice & endeavor to add again some pieces of good news as I used to more back in the day.
And thanks to all of those who do follow, read and give me occasional much valued links, comments & feedback. Also those who occasionally correct some item or other that needed tweaking.
Also, folk will have noted I’m sure that I’ve chosen not to entertain slagging matches or long debates on the mainstream versus censored truth. This is a venue for the latter so I see no point in allowing people to air here what they can at mainstream no problem. Try & post censored truth on mainstream though & see how you fare? You’ll get the chop & always they will slant to their mainstream propaganda. After all, mainstream news/journalism is bought & paid for. Whore media largely. The long arm of the corporates. So yes, the likes of Dave Hansford of 1080 renown & others … well I have just waved them on I’m afraid. Let’s keep the focus on exposing lies, not giving the liars a forum.
Finally, another growing concern particularly on social media & other forums is the undermining of old trusted avenues of info. Respected writers from way back are now being described as liars. There may be some of those who are genuine exposures, but most are clearly cover ups of the truth they bring. To research each and every one of those is very time consuming and with the ‘fact checkers’ working overtime these days with their Soros funding behind them, it is difficult to keep abreast. Therefore there are some issues I just don’t go near. Time is of the essence & one has to focus & draw the line somewhere. So do research them thoroughly for yourself.
Oh how the corporations care about you & your babies. Not! …
Johnson & Johnson has long been the undisputed leader in baby product sales and has always tried to portray itself as a gentle, caring company. But a startling new report by Reuters suggests otherwise. The report indicates that small amounts of asbestos have been lurking in some of the company’s talc — the substance that makes baby powder powdery — going back to the 1970s. The company allegedly didn’t openly communicate results, and at times purposely obfuscated them, to both consumers and the Food and Drug Administration.
The information Reuters examined came to light this past summer. Johnson & Johnson was sued by 22 women who claimed the company’s baby powder caused their ovarian cancer, resulting in a $4.7 billion verdict against the company. As a result, old company documents revealing the deception were made public. On Friday, this news tanked the company’s stock, which dropped 11 percent.
This is just the latest in a string of bad news for the company, which has already been battling lawsuits and terrible PR. In recent years, Johnson & Johnson faced some backlash after it was discovered that its iconic golden baby shampoo contained formaldehyde-releasing ingredients. The company removed those chemicals (although they’re probably safe in the amount present in personal care products) and even recently overhauled its entire baby range to compete with smaller brands that have embraced so-called “clean” ingredients.
Most recently, it’s been battling lawsuit after lawsuit alleging that talc use caused plaintiffs’ cancers. Notably, some evidence from a 2016 lawsuit suggested that in the early ’90s, the company targeted black and Hispanic women, who already used the powder in the genital area in higher numbers than white women, for “more aggressive marketing.” There are another 11,700 plaintiffs lined up for cases against J&J, all related to talc.
J&J has vehemently denied that its talc contained asbestos throughout these suits. The link between ovarian cancer and talc is not conclusive, and it’s still not clear that the tiny amounts of asbestos reported in J&J’s past testing were capable of causing the cancers in the past and current lawsuits. But what’s not in dispute is that asbestos is indeed a well-established carcinogen.
The negative publicity from the high legal payouts and Reuters’s seemingly damning evidence of sneaky behavior from the company in the past has brought the issue of hygiene product safety and consumer trust to the forefront. The FDA has very little regulatory power over hygiene products and cosmetics. But this news, which comes at a time when consumer demand is putting a lot of pressure on legislators, may finally mean that laws change.
Talc is a natural mineral that is mined from the earth. It’s not totally certain that talc, and its end product talcum powder, is safe even in its purest form. In some cases, it can also be contaminated with asbestos. Asbestos — a category of fibrous minerals known to cause cancer — often shows up in the same mines where talc is, causing contamination.
Health organizations globally recognize asbestos as a carcinogen, causing cancers like mesothelioma and ovarian cancer, especially among people like miners, construction workers, and factory employees who have been exposed to it in large quantities. It gets fuzzier when trying to determine exactly how much exposure is required to actually cause cancer; no one knows how little is enough to set off the very complex chain of events that lead to the disease.
The Reuters report indicates that it’s probably “impossible” to completely purify mined talc and definitely impossible to test for asbestos thoroughly and conclusively in all commercial batches. This all adds up to a recipe for consumer concern — and lawsuits.
The Reuters article, by Lisa Girion, focuses heavily on reports and testing that J&J did in the 1970s on both its baby powder and its Shower to Shower product that was marketed to adults. It weaves a tale of how the company appears to have misled consumers and even the FDA after scientists figured out that asbestos was harmful and that it was showing up in talc samples. The FDA at one point in the ’70s was determining whether and how to regulate it. Girion writes:
J&J didn’t tell the FDA about a 1974 test by a professor at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire that turned up asbestos in talc from J&J. … Nor did the company tell the FDA about a 1975 report from its longtime lab that found particles identified as “asbestos fibers” in five of 17 samples of talc from the chief source mine for Baby Powder. “Some of them seem rather high,” the private lab wrote in its cover letter.