“Helps Protect”

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Advertising is a spectacular thing. It enables the selling of a feeling rather than a fact. You could save up to 50 percent. . .

Though of course, you’ll probably “save” nothing.

This is how the “vaccines” are being advertised now. They “help protect” (which means they might but probably won’t) against the effects of the sickness people were told, just months ago, in the most strident terms, they would not get and so could not spread if they took the “vaccines,” as they were falsely advertised. They aren’t told that anymore – because the false advertising is no longer supportable. It’s as if a car company advertised a V8-powered SUV that got 50 miles-per-gallon that millions of people bought, only to discover that it actually got 16 miles-per-gallon.

Except that if a car company did that, they’d have been forced to retract their claims, recall the SUVs and issue people full refunds. The company would certainly be sued civilly, because car companies aren’t immunized from liability for deceptive advertising and the consequences thereof.

Speaking of which . . .

Our hypothetical  V8 SUV that only goes 16 miles on a gallon of gas rather than 50 never actually hurt anyone – except in the pocketbook. Thousands of people, on the other hand (and possibly millions) have been hurt – have been killed – by the drugs falsely advertised as “vaccines.” And there is the additional element of coercion. No one was threatened with societal exclusion, job loss and so on if they did not buy our hypothetical V8 SUV – irrespective of their “hesitancy” to do so. On the other hand, these drugs that are now conceded – reluctantly, if pressed – by those who push them to not be “vaccines” were all-but-literally pushed down people’s throats.

Or rather, into their arms.

People were punished for being “hesitant” – i.e., for being skeptical, asking hard questions and demanding answers rather than obediently rolling up their sleeves, just because they were told to.

And now the pushers say the drugs they continue to push “help protect” against the symptoms of the sickness they now concede – though almost never openly concede – the people who take the drugs can get and can spread to others.

The seamless transition from “won’t get/won’t spread” to “helps protect” is a marvel of modern advertising agility. That it is abided is a measure of several things, among them the halting, in-your-face hypocrisy of the government apparat – which is situationally indignant when it comes to false advertising – as well as the benumbed resignation of a population that appears to have lost the capacity for outrage when ripped off by false advertising.

In the case of the former – the situational lividity of the government apparat toward false advertising – one can point to trivial examples of it met with a furious response, such as the hammer that fell upon Volkswagen over its advertising of “clean” diesels. Which wasn’t false advertising in that VW’s diesels were “clean” – if by that word one means not dirty. No black smoke belched from their tailpipes. In fact, what issued from their tailpipes was so harmless – so clean – the federal apparat was unable to produce a single actual victim to support its claim of false advertising.

Instead, it dropped the hammer on VW because the company had installed engine control software that adjusted engine operation in such a way that the engine produced fractionally less-than-advertised oxides of nitrogen while being “certified” on federal emissions certification testing equipment. In real-world driving, the government apparat would later j’ accuse! that these engines actually generated fractionally more oxides of nitrogen. Which was true. But the difference was so trivial that the tailpipe exhaust emissions testing equipment used by state-level apparat to test cars for cleanliness – or not – could not detect it. Because it is hard to detect the difference between a fraction of a percent more – or a fraction of a percent less.

In an event – and irrespective of how one feels about the rightness or wrongness of “cheating” on federal certification (or any other federal) tests – the fact is not one person was shown to have been . . . adversely affected by VW’s TDI diesel engines and (more to the point) not one person was threatened with societal excommunication or unemployment if they failed to buy a TDI diesel. Yet the government forced VW to recall every TDI-equipped model it had sold, offer to buy them back and forced VW to pay massive fines and publicly apologize for the “cheating” it had done.

Contrast this with the way the federal apparat has assisted in the pushing of the drugs it is well-aware were pushed on people on false pretenses and which have caused unprecedented harm. More harm, in fact, than the sum total of harm caused by every defective, falsely-advertised car ever made put together.

But never mind that.

These drugs “help protect.”

Which brings us to the other thing. The benumbed resignation of the population – to being in-your-face lied to and then told to continue to do what the liars told them to do on the basis of false advertising on the basis of new advertising. The “50 miles-per-gallon” V8 powered SUV may actually only get 16 miles-per-gallon, but you should still buy it anyway because it “helps protect” you from crashing because it has “safe and effective” windshield wipers.

There is some good news, though. It is that the “uptake” of these drugs that were falsely advertised is plummeting. The good (the very bad) Dr. Fauci bemoaned the fact the other day. Enormous batches of these drugs – whatever they are – are going stale and having to be tossed, though of course the drug pushers get paid, regardless.

But at least the scales are finally falling from the eyes of lots of people, who are aware they were hard-sold a bill of goods and aren’t going to buy it again.

No matter how much the government apparat insists it would “help protect” them.

Even as it still describes these drugs – whatever they are – as “vaccines.”

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  1. Fresh brain damage from the vaccinazis:

    ‘Moderna’s COVID-19 shot may cause two to three times as many heart-related side effects as Pfizer’s, according to a new Canadian study.

    ‘The rates of myocarditis and pericarditis in individuals within 21 days of getting their second shot were 35.6 and 22.9 per million doses, respectively, for Moderna compared to 12.6 and 9.4 per million for Pfizer, the research found. The connection between the mRNA vaccines and heart complications was most pronounced in men and younger vaccine recipients.

    ‘The authors said the research should help [sic] individuals choose between Pfizer and Moderna. Those with a propensity for heart conditions may be better off choosing the former, they said.’



    If you have a heart condition and still line up to take a spike-protein covid shot, your cause of death should be listed as brain damage rather than heart failure.

    This is your Lügenpresse on Big Pharma subsidies: totally whored out, spewing absurd lies.

  2. helps protect….

    hahaha….these evil satanic bastards knew these shots had a 100% kill rate…

    The bureaucrats behind this killer vaccine KNOW what happened in previous animal testing with mrna vaccines.

    ALL OF THEM WENT INTO A CYTOKINE STORM. This is when the immune system attacks itself destroying every organ in the body. It is a rapid death. IT KILLED EVERY ANIMAL IN THE STUDY.

    cool, a vaccine with a 100% death rate.

    The only other RNA vaccine ever approved killed the horses it was supposed to save…..you better be stronger then a horse….

  3. Former Pfizer VP: COVID jab manufacturers ‘should be immediately indicted for fraud’

    Pfizer, Moderna, BioNTech, Janssen, Astra Zeneca, and their enablers, withheld and willfully omitted safety and effectiveness information from patients and physicians, and should be immediately indicted for fraud.”

    Focusing first on the death tolls resulting from these injections, Yeadon said, “We know that shortly after administration of these products thousands of people have died. And although correlation isn’t causation, reasonable criteria have been applied to examine the relationship between injections and the events and it is absolutely clear–cut that these [shots] are the cause of death.”

    We declare government and medical agencies must be held accountable.”

    “Emergency use of damaging, now proven dangerous, lipid nanoparticle gene modified shots, must be stopped,” the Idaho physician said. “We know these lipid nanoparticles go everywhere [in the body].”

    “These go to the brain, they go to the spleen they go bone marrow, they go to the liver, they go to the reproductive organs,” he explained.

    “Government and pharmaceutical corruption have pushed these on us like never before and we’ve never used these modes of experiment on humanity of before.”
    “Each of these agencies and these companies should be independently scrutinized and held accountable for the damage that they have caused to humanity,” Cole said.


  4. This morning had to take my daughter in for a blood test to a hospital children’s clinic. Now there was nothing wrong, no nappies in site, everyone nice, polite and helpful, and most surprisingly on time and efficient…. But couldnt help but having this feeling of unease, suspicion and general distrust…. not sure if anyone else has felt this.

    • Hi Nasir,

      I’ve long been mistrustful of the White Coats – having been around them long enough, growing up, to know a little more about what goes on that most. Now I regard them as a last resort, in extremis – as in the case of life-threatening physical injury. Otherwise, I shun them and have no use for them. They are – not all, but generally – whores working for Big Pharma and Big Insurance.

      • The other day I heard a podcast with Joe Rogan interviewing a guy named Brigham Buhler. A guy who was a big pharma sales rep, and left that to start his own independent healthcare company focused on individualised and more preventative care (ways2well). It was crazy the stuff he talked about, and how captured the system is.

    • The monsters mandating the nazi needle say….no way…it is safe and effective…..


      The bureaucrats behind this killer vaccine KNOW what happened in previous animal testing with mrna vaccines.

      ALL OF THEM WENT INTO A CYTOKINE STORM. This is when the immune system attacks itself destroying every organ in the body. It is a rapid death. IT KILLED EVERY ANIMAL IN THE STUDY. cool, a vaccine with a 100% death rate.

      The only other RNA vaccine ever approved killed the horses it was supposed to save…..you better be stronger then a horse….

      And this mRNA shot is pure madness if you care to look. The technology was patented in 1991 and has never been used on humans (so you get to be the first guinee pig, good luck with that, bringacoffin) because every single animal study has shown horrific results.

      mRNA vaccines hijack the body’s cells, invading ribosomes and causing them to churn out non-human proteins which invade the blood. These proteins cause the body to attack itself in a “cytokine storm” of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, resulting in neurological damage, infertility, tissue damage and even death.

      MRNA vaccines intervene directly in the patient’s genetic material and, therefore, they change individual genetic material, which represents genetic manipulation, something that has been banned and so far considered criminal.

      after unprecedented MRNA vaccine, you will no longer be able to treat vaccine symptoms complementarily. They will have to live with the consequences, because they can no longer be cured by simply removing toxins from the human body, just as you can’t cure a person with a genetic defect such as Down syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Turner syndrome, Disease genetic heart, haemophilia, cystic fibrosis, Rett syndrome, etc. ), because genetic defect is forever! dead or permanently disabled, gimped.

      Added bonus in shot……….The Covid 19 vaccines will have a bacteria that’s a contaminant—mycoplasma pneumonias. It’s a very common bacteria used as a contaminant. This really has nothing to do with the vaccine itself but they have it in there. So you are getting an infection on top of the vaccine.

    • lockdowns……satanic pig owned evil wolves forcing the sheep into the zombie breeding program, the fraken injection, the cull ……. nation of sheep ruled by evil wolves owned by satanic pigs …..satanic pigs the banksters and the .0001% billionaires like gates

  5. Totally off-topic…but how come it’s not [read in snarky whiny voice] “cultural appropriation” when niggers dye their hair blonde? (Not to mention how ridiculous it looks…like the black version of an Irishman covering his head with Brillo…)

  6. Ex-NYT reporter Alex Berenson spells out what Lyin’ Tony Fauci and ‘Dr’ Rochelle Walensky-Mengele won’t touch with a ten-foot pole.

    SCI, a public funeral services company, got “15% more calls” in 3Q 2022 versus 3Q 2019. And very few were covid-related. The baseline all-cause death rate is materially higher.

    Meanwhile, life insurance company Lincoln National got whacked with a 163% increase in death payouts in 2021 vs 2020 — again much higher than explainable by covid deaths alone.

    Elevated death rates are showing up in numerous countries, not just the US.

    The clear implication, based on temporal matching of death rate rises against the launch date of mass vax campaigns, is that mRNA whack-cines are behind this phenomenon.


    The US fedgov corruptly forbids civil suits against whack-cine manufacturers … leaving us with the alternative option of Nuremburg 2.0 trials to convict and hang the fuckers. Let’s roll.

  7. Hummer advertised as 43 mpg highway…..it actually gets 10.75 mpg…..no one says a word…no lawsuit….lol

    The Hummer EV story:

    NOTE: the hummer weighs 9640 lb, it has 1000 hp, the battery weighs 3000 lb.
    top speed 106 mph….lol
    real 10.75 mpg
    it takes 4 days to charge…..lol

    ATTENTION: What test drivers got in the Hummer EV:

    Based on it’s highway rating of 43 mpg….. they are getting 1.23 miles of range for every kwh or using 80.69 kwh to go 100 miles. = 43 mpg = 2.32 gallons of gas to go 100 miles.

    (43 mpg = 2.32 gallons of gas, is based on electricity just coming out of a wall plug, in reality 9.30 gallons of fuel or 84 lb of coal were burnt to generate the electricity in the power station = 10.75 mpg).
    So the the Hummer EV gets 10.75 mpg…
    should be a lawsuit claiming 43 mpg….lol.

    travelling 100 miles in a diesel getting 73.5 mpg U.S = 1.36 gallons for 100 miles, no need to waste all that fuel.

    diesel fuel cost per 100 miles = 1.36 gallons @ $4.00 per gallon = $5.44
    Hummer EV fuel cost per 100 miles = 80.69 kwh @ $0.40 = $32.27

    with standard 120V charging — or Level 1 charging, it takes 4 days to charge the hummer.

    with standard 240V charging — or Level 2 charging, it takes 24 hours to charge the hummer.

    Car and Driver went to an Electrify America charging station, where it cost over $100 to “fill up” the Hummer at 43 cents per kilowatt hour.
    This is roughly consistent with how much it would cost to fill up a gas-powered Hummer made in the final production year

    A Tesla owner shared on Twitter the Supercharging rates from the Los Angeles area and indicated that they roughly doubled in the past years. To be sure, the $0.58 per kWh rate is for the peak hours from 11 am to 9 pm, with half that outside this interval.
    In Europe it is $0.72 per kwh…coming here soon…lol

    Twitter users across the U.S. have indicated similar rates, with averages of $0.40 per kwh becoming the norm

    advertised range: 254 miles under ideal conditions, but you can only use 60% of that range
    so the real range is 152 miles in ideal conditions, 30 mph, flat road, no wind, 70 degrees out, no accessories on, AC, etc…
    in very cold weather range drops 50% = 76 miles range….
    in very hot weather the range drops a lot also…….

    NOTE: you can only use 60% of the battery capacity…… between 30% and 90%. using the battery below 30% you can damage the battery, charging above 90% can damage the battery and cause a fire. So you can only use 60% of the range advertised…..

    40% of electricity in the U.S. comes from coal so the Hummer runs on coal…lol
    Thermal efficiency of power plants using coal, petroleum, natural gas or nuclear fuel and converting it to electricity are around 33% efficiency, natural gas is around 40%. Then there is average 6% loss in transmission, then there is a 5% loss in the charger, another 5% loss in the inverter, the electric motor is 90% efficient so another 10% loss before turning the electricity into mechanical power at the wheels.

    33% – 6% – 5% – 5% – 10% = 25% efficiency for EV’s. In very cold weather EV’s are 12% efficient

    Plus the cost of the battery, which is huge, you have to store the electricity in the very, very expensive battery, that is the killer for EV’s right there, the expensive, rapidly wearing out battery.
    the tesla $22,000 battery is used up, worn out in 100,000 miles. this works out to $22.00 per 100 miles it is costing you for the battery.
    The tesla battery weighs up to 1800 lb,
    the hummer battery is 3000 lb, will it cost $30,000+ ….lol

    ATTENTION: This is really bad….Before the lithium battery EV goes one foot the emissions/pollution just from manufacturing it is equal to driving an ice diesel 89,400 km (50,550 miles), about 7 years driving.
    That is with a 40 kwh battery, some have 90 kwh batteries they are 2x as bad for the environment.

    General Motor’s list price for one tail light is $3,045. Without factoring in labor, the list price for a set of tail lights runs for nearly $6,100, a cost equaling more than 5% of the Hummer EV’s MSRP.

    The hummer has very bad brakes…it is far too heavy


    • Who’d have thunk it? Heavier vehicles magically don’t require less energy- but rather MORE energy to move down the road? You lie!

      • Anybody who knows anything about cars knows a 9400 lb SUV is going to get horrible fuel economy…gas mileage…, from historical experience 10 mpg sounds about right, there is no magic….there is no way a 9400 lb vehicle can get 43 mpg….that is total bs…

        just because the fuel is burnt in a power plant 1000 miles away doesn’t mean you can get away with lying about fuel economy….a power plant is 33% efficient at turning fuel into electricity, then there is multiple energy losses along the way between the power plant and the electric motor in the vehicle, before the electrical energy pushes the vehicle down the road….

        the engine in a modern ice powered vehicle is 35% efficient (diesel is 50%), so it would be more efficient then the EV. it would get better then 10 mpg…..

  8. Eric, you got me thinking alot about those VW TDI diesels, you say they quit making, and they got very high mpg. Well … in the future with gas shortages and fuel rationing, semi trucks cargo haulers will be prioritized to get fuel, same for farmers, and tractors in the field and over the road, have large easy to siphon fuel tanks. Just sayin’, something to think about in end times.

    And another thing about diesel, unlike gasoline, you can purchase it in bulk and store it. The fuel company will even come to your ranch and fill a bulk tank with off road tax free fuel. I just might get myself a TDI.

    • I looked up VW emissions problem:


      Emissions testing falsification
      Main article: Volkswagen emissions scandal

      On 18 September 2015 the US EPA and California Air Resources Board served notice to VW that approximately 480,000 VW and Audi automobiles equipped with 2.0 TDI engines sold in the US between 2009 and 2015 had an emissions compliance defeat device installed.[8][9] The defeat device, in the form of specially crafted engine management unit firmware, detects emissions testing conditions, and in such conditions will cause the vehicle to comply with emissions regulations by properly activating all emissions controls. However, under normal driving conditions, the emissions controls are suppressed, allowing the engine to produce more torque and get better fuel economy, at the expense of emitting up to 40 times more nitrogen oxides than allowed by law.[10] Such NOx emission levels are not in compliance with US regulations. VW has since admitted to these allegations, and said that the illegal software was in use in its diesel cars worldwide, affecting some 11 million vehicles.[11]



      The Volkswagen emissions scandal, sometimes known as Dieselgate[23][24] or Emissionsgate,


      very very interesting, that means TDI get better than EPA mpg estimates


      Fuel economy of TDI



      I bet you wish you had that engine in your Nissan pickup.

    • Yukon Jack, what you describe is what my folks did in the late 1970s/early 1980s.

      They had a small farm, and thus were able to get tax breaks and special deals on #2 fuel oil, which they used to heat the house, run a small tractor, and fill up their diesel VW Rabbit and Ford F-150.

      All told, they had 1500 gallons’ worth on their property in tanks here and there.

      But some developers offered them a quarter million bucks for it in the 1990s, which was an outrageous price then…

    • People bought EV’s and thought they could drive almost for free, they wouldn’t have to buy gas anymore, they would save a lot of money.

      The reality is a lot different….

      TOTALS: cost per mile…….

      Tesla EV using a home charger total cost per mile = $0.84
      Tesla EV using a fast charger total cost per mile = $0.94

      VW diesel total cost per mile = $0.35

      Comparing cost per mile, 10 years, 100,000 miles:

      Tesla EV and VW diesel

      I saw rates somewhere at $0.14 per kwh at home, that is due to probably triple very soon.
      in Europe it costs $0.72 per kwh, coming here soon.

      I saw rates nation wide at fast chargers outside home at $0.40 per kwh

      What test drivers are actually getting driving in the real world driving EV’s is they are getting 2.4 miles of range for every kwh

      An EV just sitting loses:
      tesla says a daily 3%-5% stationary range consumption.” (just parked) leakage, batteries leak power, ice cars don’t
      90 kwh x .05 = 4.5 kwh lost per day leakage x $0.14 = $0.63 per day just parked = $0.02 per mile

      Ice diesel:
      The 2014 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion diesel, capable of 73.5 mpg U.S. it has a 971 mile range, the perfect car.

      VW diesel 100 mile fuel consumption = 1.36 gallons @ $4.00 gallon = $5.44 = $0.0544 per

      Tesla EV @ home 100 mile fuel consumption = 41.66 kwh @ $0.14 kwh = $5.83 = $0.0583 per mile

      Tesla EV @ fast charger 100 mile fuel consumption = 41.66 kwh @ $0.40 kwh = $16.64 = $0.16 per mile

      the tesla $22,000 battery is used up, worn out in 100,000 miles. = $0.22 per mile for the battery use,

      the battery use cost is higher then the electricity used. A hidden cost, nobody told you about. maybe a lawsuit?

      Tire costs
      The tires on EVs tend to wear out faster due to the additional weight and extra torque that hits the road. Plus, EV tires typically have less tread to improve range and decrease noise, they need special more expensive HL rated tires.

      Tesla tire size 235 35 20 $391.00
      VW Golf tire size 225 45 R17 $119.00

      In 100,000 miles if the tesla needs 4 replacement sets = $391.00 x 16 tires = $6256.00 = $0.06 per mile

      In 100,000 miles if the VW Golf needs 2 replacement sets = $119.00 x 8 tires = $952.00 = $0.01 per mile

      Tesla EV costs $50,000 depreciation over 10 years is $39,500 = $0.39 per mile

      the VW diesel costs $24,355 depreciation over 10 years is $19,240 = $0.19 per mile

      Tesla EV costs for maintenance and repair: $1000.00 per year = $0.10 per mile
      VW diesel costs for maintenance and repair: : $1000.00 per year = $0.10 per mile

      TOTALS: cost per mile…….

      Tesla EV using a home charger total cost per mile = $0.84
      Tesla EV using a fast charger total cost per mile = $0.94

      VW diesel total cost per mile = $0.35

      The VW diesel cost per mile includes the gas road tax, the Tesla EV doesn’t include that, but it will pretty soon….watch…

      This doesn’t include insurance costs, if insurance costs $3.00 per day = $0.11 per mile

      2014 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion for sale… $6403.00….buy one…


      Note: a diesel can run on multiple different fuels, used cooking oil, up to 50% used engine oil (free)…furnace oil, vegetable oil, someone ran one on milk,

      • NOTE: cheaper then using electricity………

        VW diesel 100 mile fuel consumption = 1.36 gallons @ $4.00 gallon = $5.44 = $0.0544 per

        Tesla EV @ home 100 mile fuel consumption = 41.66 kwh @ $0.14 kwh = $5.83 = $0.0583 per mile

    • Trouble with those TDI’s, Yukon, is that they don’t live long. How often do you see an old VW (other than the simple old ones, like the original Beetle) on the road? Save a few cents on fuel…but they’ll eat you alive as they age when the electronics, chassis and plastic crap breaks….and even if you fix it yerself, VW parts ain’t cheap, and they require lots of special tools (And that’s another thing..if you don’t repair ’em yerself, you usually have to find a VW $pecialist, ’cause most regular mechanics don’t work on VWs- ‘specially the erl-burners.)

      • That was a big issue with the A3 TDI. The early TDI engines were easier to work on, fewer sensors and less going on with the ECM. People would adapt Amsoil big bypass oil systems on the things and go 40K between oil changes. The EA188 engine is the one to get, if you can find one. The EA189 was the “dieselgate” mill and had more electronics running the show. It could be flashed for more performance but if you got caught it was game over for the drivetrain waranty, and it would fail any emmissions tests. Becuase things like the timing belt and triptonic transmission service pretty much had to be done by the dealer you’d probably get “found out” because the first thing VW made the dealers do was plug the car into their network. These days you’re on your own but there were lots of online forums for TDI shadetrees.

        • the best, simplest 4 cyl VW diesel was the early diesels with no computer, the next best and most popular was the ALH it is legendary, it had mechanical injectors…more simple…. the later ones had electronic injectors and became more complicated….not as good….

          owners were getting 600,000 miles out of these engines…..very very few engines last that long….and no tune ups…..compression ignition is best…….

          • THAT I can certainly agree with you on, Anon1! Applies to all diesels…and pretty much all engines in general: Simple=reliable and long-lived; more complex=more problems, less reliability and less durability. I used to love diesels- back when they had injector pumps. When they all switched over to high-pressure direct, electronically controlled injection, I was out!

      • they don’t live long……bs my two diesel VW’s had over 300,000 miles, my current two Mk3 GTI’s have about 180,000 miles….run fine….

        The VW mk 4 and newer are galvanized…

        electronics, chassis and plastic crap breaks….that is bs….

        the VW Golf is built stronger then the Hondas, nissans and all the domestic small cars…..gm, ford, chrysler small cars are all junk…..but…get the standard transmission it will last far longer….

        the 4 cylinder engine is one of the best 4 cyl engines ever made…..pre 2000 is better, simpler….

        parts are cheap and there is lots available because they made millions of Golfs/Jettas

        Vw’s are like adult lego the parts are interchangeable backwards and forward through different generations….mk1, mk2, mk3, mk4, etc… jdm you can’t do that….

        There is more after market tuner parts available then any other make

        I have owned multiple VW’s…I still have two Mk3 GTI’s….

        The Mk3 and Mk4 VW Golfs/Jettas are cheap, simple, easy to work on, well engineered,

        they are simple work on them yourself…I have done a lot of my own repairs….

        • Not that I don’t believe you, Anon1- it’s just that what you say seems to contradict what I have observed over the years (And bear in mind that I have long been involved in many aspects of the auto trades and salvage).

          How old were your high-mileage VWs? (Time seems to be more of an enemy to VWs than does mileage).

          Had they needed many repairs/lots of expensive maintenance?

          I dunno- but what you say intrigues me, as I WANT to like TDI VWs! Trouble is, finding one that won’t have electrical problems at a relatively young age is like trying to find a liberal woman without a big mouth……

          • The M118 was originally developed by Mercedes-Benz for the mass-produced vehicle segment. It was first used by Audi in the F103, before and after Daimler AG sold the company to Volkswagen

            All the 4 cyl. VW/Audi engines are evolutions of that engine…

            the 924 and 924 turbo has the evolved M118, so is Mercedes powered also..

            1984 Golf GTI 2.0 lt. ABA block with the 1.8 lt. GTI head…franken engine…with CIS mechanical injection…it had one computer for the fuel injection only….no rust…200,000 miles

            1992 Golf 1.6 lt diesel 5 spd, NA, no computer, mechanical injector pump.. 300,000 miles, no rust

            1998 Jetta 2.0 lt. 4 cyl. gas, NA, ABA engine, 5 spd., 150,000 miles, a bit of rust..

            2000 Jetta 1.9 lt. turbo, diesel, ALH 5 spd. mechanical injectors but computerized 300,000 miles, stage 1 malone tune no rust…but in 1999 they started galvanizing them…

            1998 GTI 2.0 lt. ABA engine, gas NA, 5 spd, one computer for fuel injection…150,000 miles, bit of rust on back hatch, it had no problem areas and no recalls,

            the ABA engine is one of the best 4 cyl. ever made, there is no market for used ones because they don’t break, there is a huge market for honda 4 cyl. engines because they fail/start smoking…they are a higher reving engine so wear out quicker..(the old ones)…

            1995 GTI Audi 1.8 lt. 20 valve turbo, gas, stage 2 tune, 5 spd. 240 hp, 280 lb ft torque, 2300 lb, 180,000 on the car, 100,000 on the engine, a bit of rust on car,

            the 1.8 20vt is one of the best 4 cyl. ever made, very strong, light, can make huge power,

            1980 924 turbo, 2.0 lt. turbo, 5 spd. mechanical fuel injection, CIS, with one computer, no rust, 65,000 miles,

            • A1, I picked up a diesel Rabbit back in the90’s when I was hauling junk -non-running. Wish I woulda had the space and time to keep it around and fool with it. I’ve never been into small/economy cars…but diesel Rabbits intrigued me.

              More modern VWs are a different story- they suffer from the same problem as BMWs- an often good engine surrounded by everything else that falls apart…not so much with mileage, but with age, due to plastic-everything and delicate electronics, and computers/software up the wazoo.

              Modern V-dubs are pretty much the total opposite of the original old Beetles.

          • Had they needed many repairs/lots of expensive maintenance?

            Mostly just basic maintenance…timing belts, water pumps, brakes, tie rods, wheel bearings, the 98 Jetta I had to replace the transaxle, got a used one for $100,

            The 1995 GTI with the engine swap was more of a headache, intermitten electrical problems (the reason I got a good price when I bought it), related to the swap….all it was, was badly connected butt connector crimps, causing huge problems….I hate crimp connectors…

            I did a lot of the work myself, I am not a licensed tech though, I do a lot of research on my vehicles so I know how to fix them, the diesels I did research on because a lot of techs don’t know them or want to work on them, I am a gearhead, car freak, so I want to know everything about my cars. I have sold cars, fixed them, modified them and I understand the technology….I often drove around with a car load of tools, if something broke, I would pull over and fix it,

            the diesels I did research on because a lot of techs don’t know them or want to work on them….this puts you into a special group that understands these diesels….

            • Yeah, but you’re talking about the old ones, Anon. Different animal. Once they started using plastic everywhere; everything computer-controlled; and over-engineering everything so that ya need a special tool to do anything, and have to take half the car or engine apart to make a modest repair, it became a different game.

              It’s like comparing the old air-cooled Beetles to today’s VW.s. They have NOTHING in common. Any garage, hippie or child could work on your old Beetle, and half of them are still on the road today, out-living the hippies who drove ’em.

              21st-century VW’s? Half of ’em are crushed already….the other half have automatic trannies that are bad (VW never could make a decent automatic- even in the old days…).

              Ya know how to drive someone straight to the poor-house and also guarantee that they’ll never buy another VW product? Sell ’em a TNiguan!

          • I am a very picky buyer, have sold and appraised cars so that helps, I don’t buy rust or smoke, when I test drive a car I can tell quite a bit about a car, so that helps me in buying, I do a ton of research on a car before buying….

            • I used to get to see a LOT of cars, ’cause I spent a good deal of my life in one aspect or another of the auto universe, including salvage. You learn the most about cars from salvage. Pick up junk and see the same models with the same issues coming up over and over. You get a call for a car [that hasn’t been wrecked]…you ask what year, make and model….and when they tell you, you can guess with about 90% accuracy why they want it towed away.

              The interesting part is, some vehicles, though they may’ve only accounted for a tiny percent of all vehicles….are over-represented in early demises.

              Back in the 80’s Renaults only were a small niche market……yet they were one of the most common cars I’d pick up for junk.(No common mechanical issues with them- the whole car would either just be falling apart, or just so cruddy after a few years that no one wanted it anymore, and they were unable to sell it…or didn’t even consider it worth putting something simple, like a battery, into it.)

              FWD GM products of the 80’s & 90’s? Head gasket or bad auto tranny. ALWAYS!

              Yugo? Embarrassment.

              Old Jap cars? Still would run like a clock with hundreds of thousands of miles…but the bodies rusted away.

              VWs? Electrical or fuel injection issues. Too expensive to fix relative to value of car.

              Chrysler products? Those were the wild cards! Couldn’t guess what would be wrong with ’em, ’cause so much could go wrong it could be anything- although, as a secondary cause, I’d say neglect from the owners becoming disgusted with always having to fix something on very unreliable cars [Special dishonorable mention for Lean-Burn!]

              GM fwd vehicles probably accounted for about 70% of my business though- There were lots of ’em out there; they were garbage. I still hate the damn things to this day! Couldn’t make any money on ’em- just take ’em away for free, and bring ’em straight to the crusher, ’cause the junkyards didn’t want ’em, since no one would buy any major parts from ’em. Lucky to get $35 or $40 for ’em at the crusher at that time.

          • If you buy a VW diesel get an older one with mechanical injection, you will have to do the timing belt and water pump at some point, if it has a dual mass clutch it will have to be replaced at some point, replace it with a single mass clutch…only buy a 5 spd… get a stage one tune, (just software), you will get 20% better fuel economy and 25% more power…the tune also turns off the EGR, so the intake doesn’t foul/plug up…

            • Absolutely, Anon. I would say, if you buy ANY diesel, get one with an injection pump…’cause all of these newer style high-pressure electronically/hydraulically injected diesels pretty much negate all of the positives of diesel ownership.

        • VW’s used to cost more new, but the parts are pretty cheap, there is tons of used parts, tons of tuner parts, the axles and cv joints are a lot stronger then on the honda’s which break/fail. I never had a VW one fail, avoid the automatics, on all cars,

          the older VW’s pre about 2004 were simpler cars which is better,

          unless it is very cheap, don’t buy rusty cars….or you can weld/do bodywork..

          • **”the older VW’s pre about 2004 were simpler cars which is better, “**

            Exactly! Newer VWs are uber complex, over-engineered specialties which only high-techie German-car mechanics will touch. Even replacing a simple starter can be an involved nightmare that requires special tools. Water pump? Haha! (And they all DO go bad!).

            VW, BMW and Mercedes all basically went the same way- from making long-lived uber-reliable quality cars that retained the highest resale values…to shiny things; flavors-of-the-month; rich-boy toys; “enthusiast vehicles”, which are seen parked on the streeyts of the ghetto and in front of housing products after 10 years.

            **”unless it is very cheap, don’t buy rusty cars….or you can weld/do bodywork..”**

            No! Just don’t buy rusty vehicles! If there’s rust where you can see it…even if you cut it all out, there will be more. (Granted, unless it’s a vehicle intended for the short term. Myu 99 F250 was rusting when I bought it a dozen years ago- buit for $4500, what the hey? A dozen years later it’s very rusty…and I’m still driving it…and I can probably get my $4500 back when I sell it soon. Just makes me sad..as it’s been a super-reliable truck that has needed nothing!)

  9. We didn’t know, we want amnesty, damn it anyhow.

    We, the guilty, cry out in pain while we needle you to death with the Pfizer final solution. Vampire Vaccines rock!

    HELP! is right. You need protection from the killers with the killer vaccines.

    • No, There Will Not Be Any “Pandemic Amnesty”

      Innumerable careers, reputations and lives have been destroyed in order to enforce a completely debunked narrative as truth. The mainstream media, Big Tech, governments at all levels, neo-liberal glee clubs like the WEF, all coordinated to gaslight the entire population of the world that we were facing existential annihilation, and would have to henceforth trade in our civil rights to these authorities to escape it.

      The economic damage is only now beginning to be felt in runaway inflation with central banks powerless to contain it, at risk of destroying what’s left of the economy.

      We don’t need to enumerate the litany of injustice, ridicule and persecution anybody who tried to counter these absurd narratives had to endure. Lost friends, family, jobs, position, businesses, cancelations, deplatformings – all of it.

      So it is unsurprising, now that the edifice is crumbling, that those who piled on to the persecutions, those who feathered their nest being “on the right side of history”, seeing that it’s all turning to dust in realtime, are starting – one and all – to back away from their role.

      Now the name of the game is to distance oneself from the most intense and virulent outbreaks of mass formation psychosis in recorded history:


  10. “Helps protect”….like a stinking pig “helps protect” you buy chasing someone at 130MPH for miles on public streets for some ‘traffic infraction’ or because they might be in possession of some unauthorized drug- and when they crash into you and kill you, it’s for your own good…… Society has accepted such BS for a loooong time, to the point where it has become normalized, and is now being taken to it’s ultimate end/absurdity.

    • >“helps protect” you buy chasing someone at 130MPH for miles on public streets

      Or offing himself on your front bumper after crossing a double yellow turn bay into opposing traffic, where you were motoring along, minding your own business. Happened to me in June 1989. Not fun, for either of us.

      • Ouch! Sorry to hear that that happened to you, Adi. But at least he had a “positive outcome” [as far as the rest of us are concerned].

        A few years ago my neighbor (who had just recently had back surgery) was stopped at a light, and a piggie-mobile plowed into him. Stupid flatfoot was playing with his phone. Hit my neighbor at near 50MPH! Neighbor ended up under the front seat… At least he got enough money from it to start a nice business.

        But we do 5 MPH over what the sign says, and we are a menace and a hazard and a pox on humanity?!

  11. The ongoing “We Can Do This” meme is what disturbs me the most about the ads. It invokes that poster from WWII which is very common on items like refrigerator magnets in military-related museum gift shops as of late, and the campaign seems like a pitch directed at women who believe that they are the reason things get done in a household — male input is not needed or wanted.

  12. Welcome Eric, and my apologies; I did the comment from my phone hence the characters.

    As you can see, Toyota isn’t taking this lying down. This is what VW should’ve done in 2014. Maybe the world could have been a better place.

  13. There are a plethora of things that “help protect” one from symptoms. From drinking plenty of water to aspirin or ibuprofen. Leaving out Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin. They all have a far better adverse event record than the vaxx, if they even have one.
    When the vaxx first came out, it took me thirty seconds or less to say “no thanks”. No long term safety testing and no product liability? What are they hiding from? It ain’t “good results”.

    • Hi John, for me it was the unprecedented ‘sell’ job. I’m in sales, and noticed it immediately, which raised my spidy sense, and so I waited. Obviously, glad I did, and my family agreed with my concepts and theories. The pressure was intense on my kids, both in college at the time. They stood their ground and had to fight back very hard. They both did it differently, but they both won in the end. Most of my friends didn’t though and most of these are now concerned.
      In in my extended family, so far, brother went through attempted murder at the hospital (asthma with covid), he listened to me and ran out when they said ‘remvisidere and then ventilator). fully recovered (was 10-15% 02 capacity) on ivermectin. He credits me with saving his life. Brother-in-law, 58 healthy with all the shots recently had a stroke with complications, and niece-in-law’s (is that a thing?) fully vaxxed, her 3 month old has the ‘new’ RSV and is not doing well.

    • They were already lying so bad before the vaccines came out that I knew there was no way those were gonna be good for anyone. Gruesome Newsom was doing daily covid lockdown updates. Sheer torture – each time he would state grimly we’re not outta the woods yet……in fact the first tipoff the whole thing was a stinking rotten lie was the first broadcast by Governor Cuomo. The most over the top drama queen speech ever about how no one could go visit Grandma. I remember thinking who are these crazy people and who on earth is going to buy this ridiculous story they are putting out? Then we found out who was buying it. Everyone.

      • Hi Rebecca,

        I used myself as a guinea pig at the very beginning of the “pandemic.” I purposely went out – ignored the “lock downs” – and came into contact (undDiapered) with as many people as possible. Lo and behold, I didn’t even catch cold. This “highly contagious virus” didn’t infect me, in spite of my purposely not “practicing” any of the imbecile kabuki. That plus some other things assured me the whole thing was bullshit – by early spring, 2020.

  14. Seems that herd immunity might not be quite as much of a scientific theory as thought. At least when it comes to “nuisance” virual outbreaks that don’t kill a high percentage of the herd like COVID-19. Add in fast mutations and it gets even more foggy. How many people have had COVID several times? I cought it back in September. Basically one day of feeling lousy, a fever for a few more days and that’s it. I even have two comorbidities to give it a little bit of an advantage. Am I now immune? If/when I get it again will it be a mutation or just that my body didn’t think it warranted a full-on fight?

    • RK,
      You might get it again, as happens with most viruses as they mutate. But your immune system recognizes it, and acts more quickly to dispose of it. Just like the cold you had as a kid is moderately more severe than the cold you had as an adult.
      When Europeans came to North America, most of them had this innate immune recognition of small pox. The people already living here did not. And it killed more of them than European guns did.

      • That’s not what we’re told though. Get a polio vaccine and you won’t get polio. Get a smallpox vaccine and you won’t get smallpox. I understand that’s a simplification. But that jump to “we eliminated smallpox with vaccination” seems pretty implausible if the vaccines aren’t going to completely stop the virus from replicating 100% in an infected person.

        • Not only has mass polio vaccination not eradicated paralytic poliomyelitis, it has caused a number of outbreaks of paralysis directly linked to the administered vaccines.

          Vaccines did not save humanity and never will. Vaccines have never been proven truly safe except for perhaps the parameters of immediate death or some specific adverse events within up to 4 weeks. Polio virus was not responsible for the paralysis in the first part of the 20th century. Polio vaccine research, development, testing and distribution has committed atrocities upon primates and humanity.

          Bill Gates is not a humanitarian. Vaccines are dangerous and should never be injected into anyone for any reason. They are not the answer to infectious diseases. There are many more sustainable and benevolent solutions than vaccines.


        • smallpox vaccine to be used for monkey pox….
          it has a great history of failure….

          Not only was vaccination a complete failure (most cases had been vaccinated) but it was actually the main cause in the spread of smallpox, with the most obvious example being the huge epidemic at the very height of compulsory vaccination

          When England was most vaccinated, it not only had the greatest amount of smallpox, but most of its smallpox cases in those days occurred amongst the vaccinated.
          The statistics of the Highgate Smallpox Hospital show that in 1871, 91.5 per cent. of their cases had been vaccinated, and in 1881, out of a total of 491 cases, 470, or nearly 96 per cent., had been vaccinated.

          in Bavaria in 1871 of 30,742 cases 29,429 were in vaccinated persons, or 95.7 per cent., and 1313 in the un­vaccinated, or 4.3 .per cent

          sounds like the cv19 vax….95% of the people getting sick/injured/dying are the vaxxed….lol


    • Try to remember the before time. Say, 2019. What happened when you got a cold or the flu? Were you immune to colds and flus forever? Colds and flus are real. Stupid-19 is/was a psyop you need to get over.

  15. Some people, not enough.

    Almost all the people I’m closest to have lined up dutifully to take every single shot, as soon as it became available. Their trust is in the system. Mine isn’t. They probably can’t be reached until the truth becomes a matter of official record.

    • Publius,
      IF they live that long. Which is questionable. I’m sure we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg of adverse events. Vaccines typically take ten years of testing, and even then they often fail. This one has only been around for less than two years. The vaxxed will suffer from this for a generation.

  16. Last month, while getting his 5th COVID jab, Joe Biden acted as a salesman for the drug companies and was once again peddling the line about how the vaxx and the new booster jab “Gives you a high level of protection”, despite the fact that that was shown to be complete bull crap, the new booster jab was only tested on a few mice, and a recent preprint study indicated that the new booster jabs that Biden was practically BEGGING Americans to get isn’t any better than the original COVID jabs. Oddly, Biden wasn’t once again peddling the lie that we’re in a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated” like he did late last year and early this year.

    However, with winter coming up, the public health agencies and their unelected bureaucrats, along with Big Media, seem determined to run ANOTHER fear porn campaign designed to get MORE people to “Get vaxxed” by warning about a “TRIPLE THREAT: RSV, COVID, and the flu”, and from the looks of it, should that happen, they’ll likely blame it on LOW VACCINATION UPTAKE, despite it being apparent that those who’ll have the most trouble with either of those viruses will be those who’ve been “vaccinated”.

    • John,
      Do you think Biden actually got any vaxx shots? His handlers KNEW the bull crap. What could be worse for them than the nearly expired POTUS falling over dead from the vaxx?

      • I’m skeptical that Biden and other high level politicians and bureaucrats actually did get the vaxx, but even if they did get something else instead of the REAL stuff, wouldn’t their “Getting COVID over and over again” undermine their OWN narratives about the jabs “Preventing infection”?

      • ATTENTION: Places you can work where the jab is NOT mandated

        1. The White House 2. The CDC 3. The FDA 4. The WHO 5. Pfizer 6. Moderna 7. Johnson & Johnson

        ATTENTION: in australia all doctors are exempt from injection.
        i would bet the doctors in lots of other countries are exempt too, that explains why they don’t say one word about the injections, they don’t care and are probably paid well to cooperate.

        a scientist working on gene modification says he only has a piece of paper saying he is injected (faked)….haha….sounds like the scientists are exempt…
        NOTE: sounds like the exempted ones get a passport saying they are injected, but aren’t….so they can dine out etc.

        the nurses aren’t exempt, when the population is reduced 90% (the wef goal) less nurses are needed,
        same applies to enforcers, plus they will be replaced by robots soon, they are cheaper and follow any order. some of them are starting to push back because they are getting mandated now, joining with the little people on the bottom.

        The Governor of Virginia is making all Commonwealth employees take the jab or be fired.
        attention: but He has EXEMPTED POLITICIANS AND JUDGES, so it looks like that group are exempt too.

        NOW ALSO: Members of Congress, their staff, and federal court system employees are exempt from the Biden administration’s new vaccine mandates,

        another exempt group: U.S. postal service

        NBA players exempt

        ATTENTION: 6 million foreign chinese students exempt (the ccp doesn’t control the leftist government…haha)

        NOTE: All illegal immigrants or non citizens are exempt because if they are injured big pharma can be sued, all citizens were sold out to big pharma, they have no liability.

        NOTE: if you have a lot of money you can probably buy a faked exemption like the exempt get. so again this is just bashing poor people……….

        NOTE: here is another exempt group, don’t get the extermination injections….the billionaire elite:

        gates and other .0001% rich families don’t vaccinte their own children,

        gates, his wife and their children have never been vaccinated….
        NOTE: gates uses hydroxychloroquine.

        elon musk and his family will not be vaccinated….musk is far too intelligent….copy him…

        the 17 elite nobility families are exempt of course:
        one example of the families: the queen of england and her family (they are at the top of the pyramid of power on the planet at the top of the elite nobility control group, controlling the whole thing), ATTENTION: they use homeopathic medicine.

        rockefeller who created our worldwide, fake, fraud, germ theory based, allopathic medicine, didnt use his own allopathic nazi death medicine, NOTE: he used homeopathic medicine.

        FAUCI TAKES 6,000 IUs OF VITAMIN D PER DAY. but he tells you to get poisonous vaccines

        NOTE: Dr Suhab Siddiqi, Moderna’s former Director of Chemistry told CNN that he would not allow the vaccine to be injected into his body


        Re: targeting of the non placebo nazi needles to conservative areas….data shows that is what was happening…this indirectly effects an election….

        Putin said he will not mandate injection of their military,

        (xiden and blackface are owned by china)……..canada and the US will mandate injection of their military, (helping china’s agenda) that will cause them to lose the next war, maybe.

        china only has about 3% of their population injected, they do not use the mrna injection and they do not inject their military…..then they are healthy for the next war. china doesn’t exter minate it’s citizens for the elite nobility. (it had enough them in the opium wars).

        whole parts of the globe weren’t complying: China, India, Russia, most of Africa, Japan, Indonesia, US Red states, Denmark, Sweden,….North Korea never did and has zero cases and no injections…

        nicaragua booted out the nazi needlers on day one…deported…
        note: nicaragua is doing great with no lockdowns or masks, no injections, no mandates, no deaths or cases, nothing, complete rejection of the whole wef/who/cdc covid narrative, a paradise for 2 1/2 years…lol…….so the leader didn’t get his $1 billion bribe like all the G7 leaders…..

        japan dumped millions of doses of the injections because they are contaminated with metal, Japan stopped complying, they are using ivermectin only now, no more killshot very smart………then their prime minister Shinzo Abe got assassinated

        it is hard to exterminate the japanese with the experimental gene therapy extermination injection, they are too high IQ. japan has no injection mandates, in the U.S. children are mandated 72 injections. japan will survive, the whites won’t.

        what is in there?

  17. Interesting twist, maybe if enough big employers get sued they’ll turn around and push back at govco. No more bribes – aka “campaign contributions” – for you until you put an end to this BS.

    • “In a few states all employers must buy their workers comp insurance from a state monopoly insurer, known as a state fund. In a number of other states, insurance may be purchased from the state fund or from private insurers.” — Insurance Information Institute


      Insurers take the first hit when ‘vaccine’ claims are paid. Then they pass on the pain, hiking workers comp premia for all employers.

      Remember it was social saboteurs like Fauci and Walensky-Mengele who started this planned demolition. Now they sit down to a banquet of consequences.

    • Breath not being held. The state and the corporations are so deeply in bed with each other it’s hard to imagine much resistance, at a corporate level anyway.

      • John,

        Not holding my breath either, but it’s a reasonable strategy & worth a shot. Businesses are supremely sensitive to pocketbook issues like that. 1-2 big judgements & they will back off the mandates so fast your head will spin.

  18. “Help protect.” Lawyer speak for “less reliable than flipping a coin but do it anyway.”
    By using words which in and of themselves instill feelings of ease and safety.
    (Help and protect) have at best some vague carrot at the end of stick meaning coated with a healthy dose of liability shields of “well we didn’t really mean Help and we really didn’t mean protect, we meant there’s a lightning strikes chance that it will help or protect!”
    If you just read this 300 page piece of legislation that “helps and protects” US from being sued you’ll see eggzactlyyyy what we really meant!

    The financialization and lawyer-ization of all things have made the the world one high stakes shell game after another.
    The amount of time one can spend discernig lies from truth is staggering.

    And these prieces of garbage want “covid amnesty.”

  19. ‘at least the scales are finally falling from the eyes of lots of people’ — eric

    And though prohibited from suing the real killer — the US Christ-forsaken fedgov — they can slam a proxy victim up against the wall:

    Ben Carlisle

    I just had my first hearing before a workers’ compensation judge on a claim for an employer-mandated vaccine injury. The judge found sufficient evidence to proceed. Trial set for January.

    You can’t sue Pfizer, but you can bring a claim against your employer.

    12:03 PM · Nov 4, 2022

    Go, Ben, go. Shake ’em down till the pips squeak, all the way into bankruptcy court.

    • Jim,
      This is good news. But never underestimate what psychopaths will do. They have none of the ordinary human virtues, and can’t even conceive of them other than their use as a weapon.


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