The Power of the Asserted Unknown

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There’s an old joke that used to be funny about the shyster lawyer who asks the defendant, “And when did you stop beating your wife”? It was funny because everyone understood (because people could think, once) that the lawyer was a shyster . . . because the poor man hadn’t ever beaten his wife.

It’s not funny anymore because millions of people can’t think anymore; do not see that they are being shystered by the Gesundheitsfuhrers and the Hyena Media when it comes to assertions about the WuFlu.

The latest such follow on the heels of the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota, where hundreds of thousands of Americans didn’t imitate Michael Jackson. Didn’t wear gloves or Face Diapers; didn’t leap back in fear of proximity; they slapped backs and had fun – face to face.

In your face to the Gesundheitsfuhrers who have been turning America into a depressing and tyrannical sickness gulag by spreading fear about a sickness that presents no more threat  to 99.5-plus percent of the public than the ordinary flu and less of a threat to 100 percent of the population than medical malpractice (which is credited with about 250,000 needless deaths each year) or obesity (millions) .

A fact – not an assertion.

But the Gesundheitsfuhrers cannot abide the facts because they are a threat – to the power of the Gesundheitsfuhrers, which has become practically limitless. The facts must be shouted down by . . . assertions, which have emotional power over the fearful and unreasoning.

Who feel rather than think – and seem to like feeling afraid (a subject for another column).

The assertions are sicced on the public by the Hyena Media, unleashed by the Gesundheitsfuhers who control it because it is owned by them. Also a fact rather than an assertion. About half a dozen vast cartels – including, very relevantly, the pharmaceutical cartel – have financial control over the Hyena Media whether by outright ownership or ownership by proxy via advertising support – which can be withheld and which has the same motivational effect as the withholding of food from a Hyena.

At any rate, the assertions erupt about what hasn’t happened – but might! – because hundreds of thousands of people gathered at Sturgis, South Dakota and did not pretend to be Michael Jackson.

No one has died because they got the WuFlu – rebranded “COVID-19” to make it sound like the threat it isn’t.

But – oh, my! – a person who visited a bar called One-Eyed Jack’s “could have transmitted the virus to others,” barks one of the Hyenas, who works at the Gesundheitsfuhrer organ called The Washington Post.

It is headquartered in a city where the entire city Diapers because the Gesundheitsfuhrers have ordered them to and because the Hyena Media has terrorized them into believing they must else they are all going to die (in spite of the medical and existential fact that almost none actually will and that wearing a disposable Face Diaper or a dirty old rag is immaterial regardless – which it says right there on the box, another fact).

The Hyena – a she Hyena named Hannah Rowan – goes on to reluctantly concede that “Four days after the event finished (South Dakota officials) said they are aware of fewer than 25 infections among the people who attended” the rally.

You can almost see her crocodile tears.

No mention of the fact that not one has died or even been “intubated” – the latter being one of the common primal screams of the people so ruined by the fear peddled by the Hyenas that they actually wish death on people who are healthy and refuse to pretend everyone is sick, much less about to die.

Facts, you know.

Well, facts they don’t want known – and which are therefore drowned into intellectual oblivion by the Hyenas so as to maintain the puissance of the Gesundheitsfuhrers. Who know this may well be their Hail Mary pass given that previous assertions about “climate change” and other imminent dooms never managed to get the traction this assertion has.

Which is why any slippage must be counteracted forcefully . . . with the wildest assertions confectable, including those about the cases! the cases! which was rushed onto the field when the crippled quarterback – the dead! the dead! – could no longer “play.”

The dead being, again, facts. Actual bodies – things that can be counted. More precisely, things harder to count falsely.

When the Gesundheitsfuhrers were counting on millions of them, they were counted. Pe-emptively. Before they were dead. And then as many as could be counted – until they ran low on elderly people in nursing homes, about half of whom die within a year of admittance . . . from complications of old age. Which happens to the elderly. Also to the already frail – who are “vulnerable” to . . . everything. If it is necessary to Diaper and Glove and Lockdown for the WuFlu – on that basis – then it is necessary to Diaper and Glove and Lockdown for every flu – for the common cold – which can also make dead the already frail.

Facts, again.

Countered by assertions – hysterically presented in defiance of them.

The Hyena Creature at The Washington Post went on to write that South Dakota officials “do not know the extent of the exposures” – a variation on the cases! the cases! – with the implication in both cases being that a “case” or an “exposure” is tantamount to a death and – far more important in terms of spreading fear – no can “know the extent of the exposures.”

It could be everyone! It could be everywhere!

Run, hide!


Keep people terrified and you can do just that to many of them – with their frantic cooperation and their sadistic insistence that others be ruled as they are ruled. Thus the Diapered siccing the Gesundheitsfuhrers on the Undiapered as well as those who allow the Undiapered into shops and restaurants.

If facts mattered – and if it was a fact that a pathetic disposable piece of cloth or a filthy old bandana “kept them safe” – the Diapered, that is – then they would not care whether others didn’t put on the piece of either cloth.

But they do care – very much – because it assuages their fears, weaponized by the Gesundheitsfuhrers and maintained by the Hyena Media. Which is now focused on hystericizing not just Sturgis but South Dakota generally and specifically its non-Gesundheitsfuhrer governor, Kristi Noem – who hasn’t locked down the people of her state nor decreed that they must wear the flimsy piece of cloth or the dirty old bandana, so as to create the impression of general Sickness Psychosis.

Which doesn’t exist in South Dakota precisely because you don’t see people pretending it does.

Almost no one Face Diapers in South Dakota; almost no one Face Diapered at the Sturgis bike rally. This gave the impression of normalcy by making the occasional Face Diaperer stand out like Michael Jackson when he was still alive.

You could see that he wasn’t quite right.

The Gesundheitsfuhrers want to make it appear that everyone isn’t quite right – by using the media to browbeat the populace into thinking that appearing like Michael Jackson is normal. In order to rush in the new “normal” of endless fear based on endless assertions, with facts suppressed in the manner of heliocentrism in the days of Ptolemy.

The “full impact may never be known,” writes the She-Hyena. Indeed. Exactly.


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  1. What part of “Will not protect against infectious disease, and other contaminants” on the actual label of the face maxi do people not understand?

    Had a lady at the door of contractor sales at Lowe’s offer me a mask in a very friendly non confronting manner a week ago.

    Her: “Mask sir?”
    Me: “No thanks, I’m good.”
    Her: ” You sure?”
    Me: ” I don’t know whats on that thing, no thanks…” proceeds to walk in unabated for the 100th time since “mask mandate.”

    On a side note: Isn’t it “illegal” to give medical advice as someone who is not a licensed medical practitioner to someone who is not your patient?

    • Sicilian, its not about understanding. Its all about fear. The corporate mass media, has once again proven just how dangerous they are. The real function of a mass media, in a mass society, is to create, shape, and manipulate public “opinion”. In other words, control of the populations minds. Couple that with the governments “education” (read indoctrination) system, and the job of those who Rule is made MUCH easier.

      At this point they aren’t even making a pretense of being subtle. With the rise of nationalism across the world, endangering their gains over the last 60 years, the gloves are coming off. Look for this to get MUCH worse, now that they have started to move, to fulfill their various agendas.

      • Hi BJ,

        The corporate media must be held accountable for the mass hysteria it has created. Every single tele-prompter reader ought to be criminally and civilly prosecuted. At the very least, these people are just as deserving of social opprobrium as someone who fanned the flames of race hatred. Julius Streicher was hanged for this.

        • But how to do that? They have almost absolute protection due to the first amendment. Its one of the very few that the Nine Riders of the bench have been protective of. Not to mention, they are only doing the bidding of their masters. But the Oligarchs will never be touched, because they own the system itself.

  2. I can’t help but wonder if we’re being led into an ambush with this virus.

    If you’ll notice, the Dr. Fausti, I mean Fauci, who was quite recently telling us we should be wearing swim goggles and get ready to wear masks every flu season, has now got religion and started trying his hardest to appear meek and nonthreatening: we don’t need another lockdown, the vaccine won’t be mandatory, etc. etc. What happened? Well, Trump recently hired another scientist who disagrees, scientifically, with many of Fauci’s assertions about this virus. He knows now that jimmies have been rustled and his first-class seat on the gravy train may be under threat – so rather than butt heads with the new guy or lay his job on the line like someone who honestly believes we’re one tiny mistake away from bodies piling up in the streets, he’s beating a cowardly retreat back to “Don’t worry, it’s almost over, you’ll be able to go to parties and clubs again soon”. Unfortunately, that may not be the end of it. Hypothetical progression from here:

    1. Restrictions come off right as the leaves start falling, everyone goes out to celebrate finally, mercifully being let out of quarantine purgatory
    2. But they continue to test everything in sight with their worthless PCR tests, and to pad case and death counts
    3. Between this and the fact that viruses are more active when it’s cold and dry, numbers start going up, maybe even dramatically so
    4. Lapdog media picks up on this and starts screaming anew about the cases, THE CASES!!!!!!
    5. Now that everyone’s back to being scared out of their minds, the Authoritahs pull another 180, declaring that we’re locking down again and getting the needle at gunpoint after all
    6. Bonus finger-wagging from smug Europeans and urban intellectuals telling us we could have avoided this if we’d just shut up and done as we were told the first time, never mind the fact that several of the countries which did that are now having “new outbreaks” (11 cases is an outbreak guys) and throwing themselves right back into the lockdown grinder anyway

    I hope this genuinely is almost over, and we can work on getting back to normal, but I’m preparing myself mentally to continue fighting this campaign AT LEAST through early summer of 2021. If we can get that far with no mandatory vaccine and no happy powder in the water supply, and if we can go on the offensive as soon as temperatures start rising again, then we might stand a fighting chance of getting back to normal, at least temporarily.

    Unfortunately, it might be very temporary. I’ve been checking r/coronavirus lately, downvoting everything in sight just to make a point, and I’ve noticed a disturbing trend: the Authoritahs are currently priming people to see this way of living as the literal “new normal” because of overpopulation or “climate change” or whatever (no doubt they’re more than willing to release more new viruses to “prove” their point), and people are just eating it up. Here’s a conversation from r/coronavirus to show what I’m talking about:

    Some guy: “I’m at a loss to understand reports like this. If we achieve herd immunity with a vaccine, why will things not go back to the way they were? I do understand however if the point that they are making is that we cannot continue to cut down rainforests, climate change etc. pushing new viruses into the human population. That I do appreciate and should lead to permanent change (or at least, alert).”

    Me: “Don’t you get it? They’re saying things like this because they don’t want things to go back to the way they were. They want to keep us all in this state for as long as possible, whether there’s a good reason or not.”

    Another guy: “OR, more [no] likely, with booming populations around the world and the fact that climate change makes these pandemic events more likely, this is going to become the norm. Does it hurt wearing tinfoil with your head so far up your [no]?”

    Still another guy: “lol, ‘they’… good grief. Can’t even be bothered to read the article. The only thing that referenced about going back to was in regards to climate change.”

    Faced with a choice between population control and neverending lockdowns, people can’t even imagine that there could be a third option. (Also, my comment actually got a few early upvotes before getting absolutely bombed with downvotes; not sure if that means anything but if that pattern continues it might be evidence of possible organized activity.)

    It’s not all bad news though. During my look through, I found that 1. even major Corona cringers now distrust WHO and think they need to shut up, 2. same cringers are not really willing to continue the charade after their finish line of a vaccine is reached, and 3. even some hardcore pro-vaxxers don’t think the vaccine should be mandatory due to the possibility of adverse reactions. Cracks are appearing in the foundation of this narrative. Wedges should be driven into these cracks, until they are large enough to insert the necessary sticks of dynamite.

  3. I got your facts right here, and they’re straight from the CDC:

    Scroll down to the “comorbidities” heading. If you don’t want to click on the link, here’s the text: “For 6% of the deaths [of the 175,000 allegedly from KungFlu], COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death.”

    So of that 175,000 deaths figure that’s out there, 10,500 people died OF KungFlu as opposed to WITH it. Remind me why everyone’s going apeshit over a cold virus, again?

    • Hi D,

      Thanks for the back-up! Even using the hysteric’s numbers – there’s still no cause for hysteria. 170,000 is one number. 330,000,000 is another number.

      And then we parse it further.

      In any given year, there are “x” deaths from old age or accelerated by old age or infirmity. The hysterics screech 170,000 as if no one would have died from the aforesaid causes this year, absent WuFlu. Ignoring that every seasonal flu ends up contributing to the deaths of thousands of elderly/infirm people annually.

      Then we have the number-jiggering; the inclusion of people who died from things like diabetes and obesity (e.g., Kamala the Ugandan Giant) and from wrecks who “tested positive” in the morgue.

      • Exactly Eric. I’m told that John Lott (yes that John Lott) is currently looking at the data involved. If there is anyone that can find all of the lies and distortions its him. By the way, I’v just run across a video that ties a lot of this situation together. Here is the bitchute link, because I suspect that our beloved Google Over Lords™ are going to nuke the you tube copy for Wrong Think.

      • Looking at the data properly, as a probability of dying this year, for the overall population, the chance of dying in any one of the last several years at any age without COVID19 is about the same as dying this year with COVID19. In other words, the overall risk of dying hasn’t changed. COVID19 largely kills people who had a high probability of dying this year anyway so for the total population it makes no difference. The rest is just happenstance like getting struck by lighting. Random noise.

        There’s nothing to be afraid of statistically wise.

      • Exactly. *And* the tests are bullshit because they detect *any* coronavirus you might have on board, including the others that cause cold viruses. If your immune system has ever defeated one of those coronaviruses, you have fragmented viral RNA on board and the test will detect it. So even the CDC’s 6% number has questions attached: Exactly what, if anything, has the CDC done to determine that those deaths are due to *this* coronavirus and not the ones that have always caused up to 30% of cold infections? How carefully are they confirming the “confirmed” positive tests?

        Of course, if “hundreds and hundreds” of lives might be saved I guess it doesn’t matter whether the real number of covid-1984 deaths is 10,500 or half that–until you remind those weepy humanitarian brother-lovers that three million people in this country die of something every year, and they’ve never shed a tear for any of them before.

    • I suggest most people screenshot that CDC page. Everytime I’ve used a page from the CDC to back up my argument, they change it quickly afterwards. Things like their estimates of swine flu deaths and 2017-18 Flu deaths have been edited down dramatically to increase the fear.

  4. “until they ran low on elderly people in nursing homes, about half of whom die within a year of admittance . . . from complications of old age. Which happens to the elderly.”

    Perhaps related to one of those prognosticated “next waves” of COVID deaths – waiting for the nursing homes to refill so they can cull more from the herd.

    • How many of these oldsters, shelved away in a “nursing home”, just give up and fade away? Now with people who WANT to visit their old relatives in these places being kept away, what do you EXPECT would happen to them?

      • Thank you. That’s exactly what happened to my grandmother in late June. She had mild dementia and my mother was the only person who could get her to eat. But then they banned visitors and all the staff wore masks, which freaked her out. A broken arm after a fall was the beginning of the end. Mom changed her status to hospice and was at least able to see her for short visits at that point, but it was too late.
        She died alone, not of wuflu but certainly because of it.

    • It’s already showing up in the data. Many places now have negative excess deaths each month. That is FEWER total people are dying each month than the long term average. Why? Because the people who would die this month normally died two months ago. Only in a computer model can they die twice or three times or whatever. In reality once they are dead they can’t die again. Someone else has to age and get sick and be in that position to die and that takes time. But after months when the pipeline refills COVID19 will be lost in the noise of countless other last straws.

      Basically the economy and society is being destroyed so some people can live a few more weeks or months than they would have otherwise.

  5. Diaper Report from Georgia:
    Three weeks ago on a Friday night, I went inside the customer pick-up area at Domino’s after ordering online. I parked on the side where there are windows into the kitchen. About 5 cooks making pizza were either tugging on their nasty Domino’s masks or had them below their chins. I walked in and they had renovated the inside removing all the walls so that it was wide open except for a counter in the front. The A/C must have been turned down to 60. The place was crazy busy with drivers coming and going and fiddling with their masks. The only employee not touching her mask was the cashier.

    In fact, this whole time since companies started pushing masks, she is the only person I have seen who doesn’t touch their mask every 10 seconds.

    Three other customers had on masks. I didn’t have on one and neither did one other guy. He was a tatted up black guy, had dreadlocks and a very large amount of white boxers showing above the waist of his jeans which were no where near his actual waist. I might look like his opposite, but I thought maybe we had more in common than any other two people there, which is probably true though most people would not have guessed it 6 months ago.

    Two weeks ago, at a Lowe’s here in Georgia about half the customers were maskless as was one employee, who I asked for help. Not sure how he got away with it, but he was working with a stretchy thing on around his neck but not wearing it as a mask.

    This week — I’ve been buying groceries online since April though Kroger and then waiting at the pickup location for them to deliver out to my car. I should have been doing this years ago! — However, this week Kroger shorted me some items, so I dropped by a Publix. I waited a while in the parking lot listening to the Tom Woods Show to see if anyone entered or exited maskless. None did. So I walked in maskless and was the only customer without one on. No one said a word about it. I didn’t make eye contact with anyone, though, which was kind of odd. It was a weird experience. I wanted out of there before the Walking Dead all started to notice me.

    I also dropped by the local bank branch with a load of rolled coins. They wanted me to come inside, since I had coins. The young 20-something black guy there was super nice. He very politely asked me to take one of the disposable masks, “Non-medical” it says right on the box.

    I said, “I don’t need one,” with a smile.

    He said, “Well, do you mind waiting here in the foyer since the bank insists that we can’t let people in without a mask?”

    I didn’t push my luck by pointing out that I was actually already in, but I guess the foyer isn’t considered “in” for them. I said, “Sure. Thanks so much,” and meant it. There was a chair there. Why would I want to stand at the cashier’s counter when I could sit. He came back with my cash and chit-chatted for a few minutes about randomness. Once again, super nice. I thanked him again before leaving.

    Also, I went by the dealership where I bought my car for a minor service thing — the bolt connecting the door hold-back mechanism to the body of the car was loose on the driver-side and I couldn’t tighten it enough to make it stick. Apparently this is a common problem easily fixed with a drop of Lock-Tite. Anyway, looked like 2019 around there. No masks in sight.

    I’ve also been in a CVS a couple of times with no mask and other people didn’t have one either. I don’t mind the social distancing and not shaking hands with everyone but the masks are not only not useful, they are harmful. Like Eric has said, masks are the line in the sand.

    Thanks for your encouragement, Eric.

    • I forgot to mention that we’ve been to lots of restaurants without putting on a mask a couple of times a week. Some people wear them walking to their table and others don’t. One is a local place near a large military base that panders to the military personnel. It was packed one Friday night. Out of maybe 200 people less than 5% had on masks when moving around in the restaurant and no one at the bar had them ont All the wait staff everywhere wear them, though. Of course, they are forever tugging on them so what’s the point medically speaking?

      • Is this a serious part of normalizing face diapers? -> “He came back with my cash and chit-chatted for a few minutes about randomness. Once again, super nice. I thanked him again before leaving.”

        I’ve done it, too. Somehow, it’s very very wrong to do. The nicest, most polite Maskovites… how can a normal human not respond in kind, and yet, it seems so very wrong. Can’t put my finger on the why. Like being nice to a vampire standing over a fresh kill, maybe? But, but, they’re not full blown vampires, yet.

        • Helot, I don’t know. But it’s funny that you zero in on it. I have been thinking about that interaction with the bank assistant guy trying to figure out the dynamic.

          He was beyond friendly to the point of obsequious. I saw this behavior years ago in an employee who worked for me and wanted a promotion. Therefore, I have come to the conclusion that he thought I was an official with the bank who was spying on them by posing as a customer. I kind of look the part of the clean cut middle manager guy.

          Anyway, that’s my best guess.

        • Hi Helot,

          I wrestle with it, too. I feel for the people who are forced to Diaper as a condition of employment. I recognize that I am in a much more fortunate position, being self-employed and having a boss who doesn’t insist I Diaper. But I will tell you this. If the car companies decree that all journalists who drive their cars must Diaper while in their press cars, I’m out. And I won’t comply for any other reason, either.

          Same goes for the Needling. Which I will resist with force if it comes to that for the same reason – and with the same justification – one of Dr. Mengele’s “patients” had the moral right to gouge the bastard’s eyes out, if he had the chance.

        • Helot, the different between the bank guy and the vampire is their behavior in regards to the use of force. The bank guy didn’t call 911 and by proxy use force to make me diaper. At least not yet.

          My goal is to treat diapering as optional — me opting out — in spite of propaganda, rationales, and social pressure. I won’t wear one unless someone else forces one onto my face.

          At that point the line in the sand will have been crossed. At the end of the Matrix movie, Neo tells the computer world, “I’m going to show these people what you don’t want them to see. I’m going to show them a world without you…a world without rules and controls, without borders or boundaries. A world…where anything is possible.”

          I like that strong purpose in Neo’s speech. Practically speaking, I don’t know what resistance looks like. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul, who is in house arrest in Rome when he wrote the letter, ends with this, “All God’s people here send you greetings, especially those who belong to Caesar’s household.” You can imagine that the underground church must have been laughing and celebrating at that last bit. Paul has been passively resisting by converting members of the ruler’s own family.

          Resistance is not futile. We have at our disposal many options both passive and active.

  6. “No one has died – from a bike wreck or because they got the WuFlu” — Wrong. Five people were killed in motorcycle crashes at Sturgis recently.

    “Almost no one Face Diapers in South Dakota” — I live in Sioux Falls, SD. There are plenty of businesses here which require employees and customers to wear masks. Even though they’re not required, around 80% of the customers I see inside HyVee supermarkets are wearing masks. I frequently see people at parks or on our municipal bicycle path wearing masks. My wife chooses to wear a KN95 mask most of the time while at work. Over 20 of her clients and co-workers tested positive for COVID-19. One of her co-workers infected with COVID-19 was hospitalized and nearly died. Nearly all the customers we recently observed inside a Cracker Barrel store/restaurant were voluntarily wearing masks.

    The Smithfield pork processing plant here in Sioux Falls was one of the worst COVID-19 hotspots in the country. But the Smithfield employees who died from COVID-19 were probably just “fake news.”

      • But Eric! Those masks are the only thing standing between us and a HORRIBLE death!!…(starts foaming at the mouth)… ^^ Its beyond pathetic, how badly many of these people have been frightened by the hysterical fear porn, that the corporate mass media has been flooding the country with. Its totally irresponsible, but all too predictable. It also demonstrates how vulnerable the current systems have become to subversion and manipulation.

        Then of course, there is the Contact Stasi… Both official and self appointed. As evidence mounts, that this has been wildly over blown, they get ever more aggressive and hysterical. Packs of them have started attacking non mask wearers in various parts of the country. Cheered on of course, by the jackals on social media.

        But I suspect we’ve only seen the start. As the system starts to come apart, matters are going to get ever more ugly.

        • Hi BJ,

          A Virginia Gesundheitsfuhrer has floated a proposal to make vaccines mandatory. Leaving aside the moral/ethical objection, it begs the question – the same question that Diaperers beg but refuse to answer: If your supposed palliative protects you, why are you insisting others take (wear) it? Isn’t a vaccinated person immune from the WuFlu? And if so then coming into contact with an unvaccinated person presents no threat, right?

          Of course – as always – it is not about health but control. About forcing people – everyone – to submit to the cult, which requires total submission else it loses its power.

          • But Eric, vaccines and diapers only work if everyone does it. The unvaxxed and undiapered are dangerous heretics who do not believe in the brave new crazy. Anyone who does not obey insane edicts must be some sort of selfish libertarian who cares more about his freedom than his duty to the herd. These modern heretics must be shamed and ridiculed, and if that does not work, they must be punished for their blasphemousness!

            Be careful not to waste too much energy trying to reason with crazy people. It’s usually not productive or helpful.

            The sickness psychosis cult is full of authoritarian followers.
            Authoritarian followers are the most dangerous people on earth.

            Thank you for your articles. I hope they help others gather the courage to not play charades with crazy people.

    • If everyone is testing positive why are they masking up,,, the masks obviously don’t work. Let me tell you something about that PCR test. I’ve researched it thoroughly. Even the inventor, Kary Mullis, said it should not be used for diagnoses. Positive errors are common. The test would show positive on your pet rock.
      The Covid-19 virus has not been purified / isolated in the classical scientific manner so it doesn’t exist “scientifically”.
      And even if the virus was real,,, and even if the test was accurate,,, just showing positive for having the virus about you doesn’t mean you are infected. To be infected the virus must be replicating at a extremely fast rate.
      A hundred people could show positive for a virus and all be immune.

      • “If everyone is testing positive why are they masking up,,, the masks obviously don’t work.” — The people we know who tested positive for COVID-19, including those who were hospitalized (two of whom died), hadn’t worn masks … excuse me … “Face Diapers.” But go ahead and believe the virus which has killed over 170,000 Americans isn’t real. Join the Flat Earth Society. Insist the Moon landings never happened. Peddle the absurd Pizzagate conspiracy theory. Falsely assert, as Eric did, that “No one has died – from a bike wreck” at the recent Sturgis bike rally when the truth is five motorcyclists died in crashes. The easiest way I know to infuriate many people is to simply state facts which refute their cherished illusions.

        • I didn’t say the virus wasn’t real, I said it hasn’t been scientifically purified and until it has, it doesn’t exist scientifically. That’s a fact.

          As for the meat plant,,, many of those are illegals from Latin America. They have a very high rate of latent TB which that junk PCR test many times picks up as Covid.

          As for those 2 that died,,, Would you give us the particulars? Age, Any preconditions, on a ventilator which kills 90 out of a hundred, etc.

          170,000 Americans died of what they SAID was Covid. Each Covid case gets mucho federale dollars.

          Medicare for example pays $13,000 for each patient declared Covid and pays a nice dividend of $39,000 if they’re put on a ventilator. Nice eh?

          Then the Fed pays each state for each positive case of Covid. Nice again eh? My State of Florida gets a cool $132,000 for each case. And are they digging them out of the woodwork. Die on a motorcycle accident,,, entered as a Covid Death.

          170,000 Americans dying out of 336 million comes to a death rate of 0.0005pct and 50% or more are in nursing homes. The average age is 80.

          So you want our children who rarely get the alleged virus and none has died to my knowledge without preconditions, to be locked up, no education, no fun and to wear those filthy germ ridden masks!

          Each year 250,000-500,000 die from medical mistakes by the same doctors that tell you “You got Covid!” LOL.

          South Dakota has a population of about 884,000 and has had 160 supposed Covid deaths. That comes to 0.00018pct.

          The average deaths in South Dakota is about 6000 per year. (2017) That makes Covid 0.02pct. Barely registers.

          Cancer and Heart disease kills about 3,400 each year but gee,,, all we hear is crickets. Flu and Pneumonia kill 217. 191 Suicides no one cares about.

          Now instead of Moon Landings, PizzaGate, Flat Earthers it would be nice to read some fact based material from you,,, if you have any.

        • It hasn’t killed anything like 175,000 people. Here it is straight from the CDC:

          Just 6% of the people who are said to have died OF KungFlu died OF KungFlu. Out of 175,000 that’s 10,500 people. The rest–94%–died with an average of 2.6 other comorbidities as contributing causes. Not exactly something you need to be drinking Purell over, but you should be asking yourself why the media and politicians aren’t publicizing that information from the CDC.

          Further, face diapers are to viruses what chain link fencing is to mosquitoes. There’s a reason why human beings evolved without flaps over our noses and mouths. There’s also a reason why human beings evolved with their nostrils pointing down, away from their eyes, which are mucus membranes. When you diaper up you’re defeating your own immune system and any pathogens you exhale go straight into your eyes. Leave aside the fact that if you can breathe through or around a diaper, viruses can get through it and around it. N95 masks don’t block TB bacteria–it says it right on the box–which is far larger than a coronavirus. Study after study, beginning as far back as 1984, has shown that whether surgeons wear masks or not, the rate of post-operative infections in the patients is either the same or lower when surgeons *don’t* wear masks. At this point any insistence that face diapers do anything other than stroke neuroses and spread fear has to be attributed to deliberate blindness.

        • Sky,

          The question is whether this virus is the threat to the general public it is being purveyed to be. The facts say it isn’t – unless it is your view that a sickness which doesn’t even produce symptoms in appx. 80 percent of the people “infected” and doesn’t kill 99.5 percent of the general public is such a threat.

          Which is hysteric.

          A healthy person with a sound immune system and no underlying serious medical problems has almost no chance of being felled by the WuFlu. The fear of WuFlu has caused far more actual damage.

          If you genuinely think the Diapering and all the rest of it is reasonable and necessary then why not last year? Frail, elderly people and people with weak/compromised immune systems get seriously ill and many die every year from bugs that are largely harmless to the healthy population. This has been so for all of human history yet all of a sudden, it’s a “crisis”… why?

          You will say: 170,000 have died! The number is extremely suspect for reasons I hope you’re aware of and even if they were accurate, the response based on this number is catastrophically disproportionate. You speak of lives of lost – in the tens of thousands. What of the millions of lives ruined? What of the millions of lives which may very well be actually lost due to poverty – a far greater threat to millions than the Wuflu?

          In any event, Diaper Dissenters such as myself don’t take issue with people such as yourself taking whatever precautionary measures you feel are necessary. We simply ask that you leave us free to make our own choices.

          And reject the assertion that we “might” get you sick.

          If you weren’t deranged by fear, you’d realize how dangerous such a premise is. I will try to explain by way of analogy. What if I asserted you might be a rapist? You might very well be. You are male and I assume functional. But does the fact you are a male and functional mean you will rape? Does it entitle those who fear you as a possible rapist to compel you to wear a lockable codpiece?

          If not, I’d like you to explain why you (apparently) think it’s ok to treat people who are healthy and given no reason to suspect otherwise as presumptive lepers.

          The burden is on you to prove harm before you have any right to punish the person you assert might cause it.

        • Hi Skytrooper,

          “The people we know who tested positive for COVID-19, including those who were hospitalized (two of whom died), hadn’t worn masks…”

          Anecdotes are not evidence. There is, however, a lot of evidence on the effectiveness of masks. Many randomized case trials have been conducted, and all of them conclude that masks have no significant effect on the transmission of laboratory confirmed influenza. Until a few months ago, this was well understood. But now, poorly constructed observational studies and mathematical models, embedded with speculative assumptions, are considered a higher standard of evidence than case control studies. So, here’s a fact that “refutes your cherished illusions”.

          From the CDC study, “In our systematic review, we identified 10 RCTs that reported estimates of the effectiveness of face masks in reducing laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infections in the community from literature published during 1946–July 27, 2018. In pooled analysis, we found no significant reduction in influenza transmission with the use of face masks (RR 0.78, 95% CI 0.51–1.20”.

          Note the RR of 0.78, which means that the studies showed a statistically insignificant negative effect (more likely to get sick) of wearing masks.


      • True: The PCR test is a manufacturing technique, not a diagnostic test. Mullis was adamant about that. It’s supposed to be used to multiply amounts of RNA and DNA until there’s enough to create a profile, and the cutoff for that is completely subjective, which is one reason it’s not a good test: how many viral fragments are enough for them to declare you a “case”? Also, coronaviruses cause up to 30% of common colds. If your immune system has defeated a cold-causing coronavirus in the past (meaning it didn’t let you get sick) you will have viral RNA fragments on board to this day, and the PCR test is sensitive enough to detect that. You will then be declared “positive” for KungFlu. You didn’t have a cold. You don’t have KungFlu. You probably aren’t going to get either one. But you’re a “case.”

        • Yes, it’s meant to amplify (replicate for further lab work) genetic fragments. Given enough cycles, it’s statistically likely to give you those fragments, regardless of actual clinical relevance.

          That’s why a serological test- testing for relevant antibodies in the immune response- would be *far* more diagnostically relevant.

          In terms of methodological rigor from authoritative management, this whole ordeal has been up there with phrenology so far. Clearly a real virus, but also clearly addressed thus far almost entirely with political panic and opportunism, rather than much serious scientific process. Invocation of the magic word “science”, but not what actually distinguishes science as a field of deliberate, empirical and controlled inquiry from what any seasoned anthropologist would recognize as the signatures of nascent religious ritual.

          • Hi Mike,

            Well-said. I’m not an epidemiologist and only have a layman’s understanding of medicine; but I know – because we have the numbers – that this virus doesn’t kill 99.5 percent of the healthy population. This ought to ease the fears of 99.5 percent – but it doesn’t register…

            • It’s the damn televisions. The sides are clearly drawn not so much on politics but viewing television news. They must be programming or manipulating people through the visual stimulus combined with the audio. It doesn’t seem to work on people who just have the TV on and listen to it. It becomes like radio and the spell doesn’t work. It doesn’t work on people who stay up to date using the internet by reading. Those who use it to watch TV news, well…..

              I still wake up to news radio as my alarm and my reaction is “not this sh*t again” or “f***ing communists” not fear.

              To those who don’t let the media define their reality, they are by and large fine. Everyone else has gone mad.

          • Testing for antibodies is just as bad. They may trigger on any Corona Virus you’ve had.
            A short paragraph from a antigen paper I have.

            Antibody tests might be fatally flawed, but they can be used in highly destructive ways.If the number of people who are antibody positive remains below the level of ‘herd immunity’ (90% or so) it will be an excuse to promote or even mandate vaccination, after a vaccine is rushed onto the market. Antibody tests could also be
            used to indefinitely quarantine people who do not test positive, asserting that they are at danger of becoming infected, and then spreading it to others. They could be used to separate families, arguing that the children must be put in foster homes because the parents are at risk of an infection at any time.
            Faulty tests have been used to indefinitely quarantine Chinese citizens.

  7. It’s obvious that the “coronavirus” epidemic is a sham of the highest proportion. It is totally political in nature, with “blue state” governors perpetuating business-damaging “lockdowns” in their respective states.
    Both professional and political arrogance is responsible for the present state of the world economy and world population as well.
    A common annual “flu virus” was promoted as a “pandemic” by the “smartest” and “best and brightest” people in positions of power, both in the USA and in the rest of the world. It’s actually a “plandemic” foisted on the American public to bring down the Trump administration. It will fail…
    These “best and brightest” convinced political “leaders” to impose mandatory business closures, “lockdowns” and “quarantines” on healthy populations, which is contrary to every common sense and scientific principle.
    These “business closures” were not imposed “across the board”, but were picked by political hacks as “winners and losers”. Liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, lottery retailers, and certain “big box” home improvement and sporting goods stores were permitted to remain in operation, while churches and just about all small businesses were forced to close.
    In some states, the political arrogance was so great, plant nurseries, seed distributors, and other businesses were deemed “non-essential” and forced to close. Even “big box” stores were prohibited from selling lawn and garden supplies. Many restaurants were also put out of business by these clearly unconstitutional edicts.
    Imposing “quarantines” and “lockdowns” on healthy people does nothing to insure public health, and in fact delays necessary herd immunity.
    Public health is further damaged by business closures, especially small businesses whose owners rely on continuing business as a means of making a living, both for themselves and their employees.
    A major problem is that these “best and brightest” and political “leaders” are so arrogant that they refuse to admit that “they screwed up, big time”. Instead, they “double down” and inflict further pain on the public by refusing to insist that “they were wrong”. None of them will pay personally for their arrogance, stupidity, and just outright dishonesty and criminality.
    All one has to do is look at the “coronavirus hospitals” that were created to handle the “overflow” of coronavirus patients which never materialized. These “hospitals” were a waste of taxpayer dollars and did absolutely nothing to promote public health.
    At the same time, local hospitals were required to cease admissions, even for those of an emergency nature. Although not specifically stated, people with real health problems were covertly “encouraged” to avoid hospitals at all costs because of the phony “coronavirus” claims.
    On another note, coronavirus, as is with any annual flu virus IS potentially dangerous to those who are “medically compromised”, such as elderly residents in nursing homes and extended care facilities.
    Guess what?
    Red state governors purposely placed coronavirus positive patients in nursing homes, endangering the lives of present nursing home residents who were already in a compromised medical state.
    Not only is that medically unethical but does constitute wanton criminal behavior-murder.
    Why were nursing homes used as “dumping grounds” for coronavirus patients instead of the specially-built “coronavirus hospitals” which remained unused?
    Health professionals are also responsible for the current state of affairs, also refusing to admit that “they screwed up, big time” as well, and continue to insist that this annual flue is a “pandemic”.
    Then we have the “heavy hitters” with money, such as Bill Gates and Stephen Fauci who claim that they have “solutions” to our (artificially contrived) health problems. Gates is so arrogant the he feels that he can get away with genocide by using mandatory vaccinations to “cull” the world population.
    Gates “vaccination” programs in third-world countries failed to adhere to good medical practices, and the Nuremberg principle that “informed consent” must reign supreme in the administration of all medical procedures.
    Gates’ “vaccination” programs introduced polio into children in India for which he and his program were banned from the country. Gates’ African “vaccination” programs surreptitiously introduced sterilization and birth-control compounds as part of their vaccination program without gaining “informed consent” from the recipients.
    According to these moneyed types and even so-called “health care” officials, we are to be branded, tagged, and treated like cattle with no means to make informed choices about our health or health care decisions.
    The COVID vaccines being introduced are “game changers”. No longer are they weakened viruses designed to provoke a immunological response, but are DNA-altering substances that will require frequent “boosters” just to stay alive. DON’T TAKE THE VACCINES…especially if Bill Gates has anything to do with them. Besides, when did Bill Gates become a doctor?
    Wearing masks and “social distancing” are no different than the “security theater” that we experience at airports with the TSA.
    It’s “medical tyranny” at its best and scientific dishonesty at its worst.
    There are no valid reasons for “mask-wearing” or “social distancing” for healthy people. In fact, in the coming months, look for an increase in respiratory illnesses affecting mask-wearers, especially those who are forced to wear masks for extended periods of time. In hospital settings, masks are supposed to be worn for only 10 minutes at a time before they are replaced.
    “Lockdowns”, “business closures”, and “quarantining” of healthy people is being used for “control” and nothing more. The “powers that be” are desirous to see “how far they can go” to get the world population to accede to their demands.
    Fortunately, there are a lot more of us than there are of them. We (still) have the power of the internet to bypass the “filters” that they put in place to keep us from seeing their “real” motives.

  8. Not to worry!…. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally name has been changed to the Sturgis Motorcycle Riot Against Systemic Maskism. Therefore the virus knows not to infect these hero’s as per the “science” from the health fuhrers. Of course instead of looting they were hooting and instead of thugging they were chugging but I’m sure the virus understands.

  9. It started with the first Gulf War. That really showed the media how to make news interesting by spreading fear. Then came Waco, with the inset box showing the Branch Davidians’ compound through that really long telephoto lens 24/7. And really hit big with OJ’s trial, the Northridge earthquake, the riots after the Rodney King verdict, the helicopter coverage of road rage, and probably some other stuff that happened in SoCal. Oh, and Jim Cantore standing in the Holiday Inn parking lot during a hurricane.

    But the big one was 9/11. It really didn’t affect anyone directly but made for great television, so we got to see that over and over on all networks ad nauseam. Everyone was in on the act. No one would dare utter a disparaging word. IIRC they canceled football. It was a big deal.

    Deep down, everyone knows it’s bullshit, but there’s money to be made. This is nearly the perfect “disaster” in that it is widespread and unlikely to affect 99.99% of the population beyond a minor sniffle. But the hype keeps people watching (not really, but this is all they know how to do), so it continues.

  10. I walked into a Menards with no face diaper on, the woman employee became frantic, almost hysterical. I didn’t need to confront her or anyone else, I was forced to purchase a mask for 53 cents. I spent just under five dollars.

    This stuff is beginning to make me angry. I don’t want to go inside a Walmart anymore. It is a humiliating experience. I don’t want to be near population centers where every mask wearer is trained to be a Pavlov’s dog.

    You now live in one of fifty gulags.


    • Hi Drumphish,

      Don’t let them get you down (I know, it’s hard) and do not let them force you to Diaper. Be brazen about not Diapering and if they won’t let you in, so be it.

      This is such a small price to pay – and it can avoid being forced to pay a much bigger price, soon.

    • I went in a local department store the other day, two employees [nazis] at door told me I had to wear a mask, I brought one with me … was trying to get a shopping cart first before putting it on… guy said “you have to actually put it on”… I did, then took it off around the first corner… but then felt like entire store was a HOSTILE environment, was stressed out worrying about getting harassed more, I was going to buy alot of stuff, but I just left instead — too stressful, I know they’d give me a hardtime when I got to the checkout, so just forget it, I’ll NEVER go back to that store ever again.

      But some employees have face shields, that’s apparently legal now (for now lol). So obviously that does nothing to filter viruses, it’s just for sneeze suppression. Sooooooo, obviously the only purpose is for sneeze suppression, … so how often do people sneeze anyways? VERY SELDOM. So this whole mask thing is complete total NONSENSE yet the employees act like you’re brandishing a loaded & chambered rifle — like you’re deadly. They’re all told to do this I’m sure or else they’ll get fired, and OSHA is the new boss of all humans now, OSHA is all powerful and can egregiously fine & shut down any business they want to. OSHA should be raided by the marines and exterminated with extreme prejudice.


      • The marines- you mean the guys lead by the PC, by girls and homos, who have to wear pregnancy bellies and high heels now? That diverse Marine Corps? What’s needed is some Taliban. But they are over in Afghanistan laughing their scroungy bearded asses off at the great satan getting his comuppance from God…

        • Sad but true. The Marines aren’t the Marines any more. Hell, even force recon isn’t what it used to be. All of the service branches have been infiltrated and ruined by the damn Progs and their idiotic ideology. Most brass are only worried about their next star, rather than their units.

          • Hi BJ,

            My sister is married to a retired Marine officer; good dude and he and I are friends. We talked about the physical issues and specifically, about the fact that very few women even approach the upper body strength of an average man. Heck, I’m a middle-aged man well past my prime but I can still easily bench press 225 pounds (free weights) ten reps. So can he. How many women half our age can bench even 135 pounds? (That’s warm-up weight for a man of average strength.) A “strong” woman in her 20s might be able to rep the bar (45 pounds) with two 25 pound plates on either side. Most women have a lot of difficulty doing even that much. They simply aren’t built for it.

            But, of course, the main problem isn’t physical. It is sexual. Place a woman who isn’t utterly unattractive among a group of young men and the young men are going to vie with one another for her favors and/or will treat her differently than the other guys. It’s biology and it can’t be effaced by ideology.

            • Women are incomparably superior with nimble finger work. Prior to industry, women stitched every sock and drawls for everybody. Tender loving hands are also pretty dope at rearing children. Children that become adults that do things.

              My dad had to take on a lot of motherly duties. He groomed my hair before I could do it myself. I remember vividly his heavy baseball mitt hands combing my long girl hair straight back, tearing through tangles. He was poorly suited for the task. Versus my grandma’s hands, which were skilled, loving, and tender. Plus, she would braid my hair, so I could play freely without having a nappy bird nest at day’s end. (Making the job easier later)

              Men and women have different jobs. Simply put. When we deny this natural fact, we make our jobs more difficult than they need to be.

        • I guess I’m still stuck in the 1980’s. I don’t really know if there’s anything to the military(s) anymore — seems like it’s all just run by very few people. Since they operate via a hierarchy on a need-to-know basis, that makes 99% of all members just robots, so all those 99% members’ ethics, ideas, strategies, goals — all ignored. Only the top 1% know what the real goals are and get to do what they want, and I’m afraid they don’t care about the people. All security/militaries MUST be run as a collective whereby every member’s input is considered and the majority of the members rule. To use a goofy analogy, basically all militaries, and actually all civilizations as well, basically any group of people, should operate like the Borg from the Star Trek TV show (lol). Sounds crazy but I believe it’s the best way to function (albeit without the cybernetic implants and hostile takeovers).

          • Hi Harry,

            In re the military: If America weren’t run by psychopaths bent on world domination, the only thing it would require for defensive purposes would be maybe two nuclear missile submarines and perhaps a “home guard” of sorts, as the Swiss have. Probably 85 percent of the current “defense” budget has to do with offense – and graft.

    • I raised hell at Menards on the first day of their cult ritual. I would suggest you never ever again give them a dime of your business- they are a chain and in most places there is a far more congenial Lowes or Home Depot nearby. Modern corporate planning makes this so- if one chain sees the opportunity, the others stick a pin in a map and open a competing outlet nearby. F**k Menards. May they go bankrupt quickly.

  11. This psyop is the most fact free we’ve ever encountered. If some truth appears, it is immediately obfuscated. Such as the FACT that both Sweden and South Dakota are doing as well or better medically, and far superior economically, than most areas that reacted in an extreme manner. Such as the FACT that many of those areas engaged in the most extreme reaction are also the worst effected, medically and economically. The CASES, the CASES, because otherwise ordinary influenza can’t be blamed on corona flu when it appears this Fall. There is an agenda in play, and it has not the slightest thing to do with our health.

  12. I was reading a Tom Woods email. He spent the week in SD–not at Sturgis–and was surprised at the amount of face diapers. Definitely less so than places with mandates, but many people freely diaper up in SD.

    Also the big box stores and chain restaurants there are using the same policies as anywhere else. The SD model is by far the best. Allowing the people to choose. Then you know the people that you want to stay away from. Everywhere else, you can’t tell the crazies from the dutiful followers. Sadly, they are the same when things get really bad.

    • Big Box are corporate. All of their policies come from their corporate head quarters. So its likely the same across the country.

      Given that we have tens of millions out of work. Most people that still have their jobs (and health care coverage) want to keep them, so they just do what they are told.


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