Mike Whitney and Ron Unz, The Covid BioWeapon: Made in the USA, Aimed at China

MIKE WHITNEY AND RON UNZ  [Editor’s note: A fascinating review of facts and circumstances related to the (purported) pandemic, where we have extensive evidence that the entire “pandemic” is a phantom and that we, the American people, and most of the world’s population are suffering from a mass illusion.] “…..we are left with the strong likelihood that Covid came from a laboratory (and) was designed as a bioweapon… China was the intended target (and) America seems the likely source of the attack… The most likely suspects would be rogue elements of our…

UNZ REVIEW: Jim Fetzer, What’s Wrong with Conspiracy Theories?

Jim Fetzer The public has been fed an endless stream of attacks upon conspiracy theories, which, we are told, are supposed to be very bad for human beings and other living things. But precisely why is almost never explained. And when you consider that our political parties and the mainstream media indulge themselves in conspiracy theories, such as the claim that Russia interfered with the 2016 election (otherwise Donald Trump could never have been elected) or, alternatively, that Dominion voting machines were used to steal the election of 2020 (and otherwise could not have been defeated)…

Mike Whitney: You Refuse to Get Vaccinated, But Are You Ready to be an Outcast?

Mike Whitney   “If behavioral psychologists helped to shape the government’s strategy on mass vaccination, then in what other policies were they involved? Were these the “professionals” who conjured up the pandemic restrictions? Were the masks, the social distancing and the lockdowns all promoted by “experts” as a way to undermine normal human relations and inflict the maximum psychological pain on the American people? Was the intention to create a weak and submissive population that would willingly accept the dismantling of democratic institutions and the imposition of a new political…

E. Michael Jones, The Invisible Man at the Race Riots

E. Michael Jones [Editor’s note: Originally published 4 September 2020 but worthy of republication.] “History rolled right over my body.” — Sidney Rittenberg At the end of Euripedes’ play The Bacchae, Cadmus asks his daughter Agave, “What do you see?” Agave is sitting center stage with a severed human head in her lap. It is the head of her son Pentheus, who was torn limb from limb by the women of Thebes as they danced naked on the mountainside worshipping the Asiatic god Dionysos. Still intoxicated by the revelry that led to…