Saturday, December 12, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-11

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-12-11 - Hydrogen sulfide reported in basement of high-rise in Ottawa (Canada):

Quote: "Ottawa Fire Services received a call at 4:45 p.m. from a resident of the building near the intersection of McLeod Street and Cartier Street reporting a strong odour of what they believed to be natural gas in their unit."

Quote: "Firefighters arriving on location moments later immediately identified a strong odour outside the building and used a gas detector to identify high levels of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas. H2S is a colourless, flammable, corrosive and poisonous gas produced naturally in sewage or wastewater, the media release explained."

2020-12-11 - Warming planet will cause pipe damage and sewage problems:

Quote: "Floods, seawater and 'fatbergs' will increasingly spew sewage into our homes, streets and waterways as the planet heats up, a new research paper warns."

Quote: "With droughts intensifying, low water levels in our pipes and treatment plants will cause stinky, sulphurous fumes to waft from our flushed waste."

Note: The 'stinky, sulphurous fumes' they mention - that's hydrogen sulfide. It's a deadly poison, it's corrosive to metal and concrete, and it's explosively flammable, so it brings a lot of problems, not merely deterioration of pipes and sewage infrastructure...

2020-12-11 - Mass extinctions on Earth follow a regular repeating pattern of around 27 million years:

Quote: "Mass extinctions of life on Earth appear to follow a regular pattern, a new study suggests. In fact, widespread die-offs of land-dwelling animals – which include amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds – follow a cycle of about 27 million years, the study reports. The study also said these mass extinctions coincide with major asteroid impacts and devastating volcanic outpourings of lava."

Note: A pattern which repeats cyclically, regularly. There's a very good reason for that. The reason is that ORBITS are cyclical - and we are a binary solar system. The other star is a brown dwarf, a collapsed 'failed' star, which was captured by the Sun's much more powerful gravitational field - barely - hundreds of millions of years ago. That's when the cyclical extinction events began. Its orbit is extremely elliptical, but every once in a while it plows into the inner solar system and is then flung far away again, possibly as far as 2 or 3 light years, not to return again for another 27-ish million years. The orbit won't be perfectly regular because it is a low-mass collapsed star so as it leaves the inner system, the gravitational forces of the big planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) can slightly perturb its vector on the way out.

The effects of its passages are the likely explanation for numerous oddities in what we think of as our solar system, including Pluto's aberrant orbit, the asteroid belt (a planet or planetoid that got too close to the brown dwarf during one cycle and was torn apart by tidal forces), and the 'unknown event' that caused massive volcanism on Venus and also not only stopped Venus from rotating but made it rotate BACKWARDS, unlike any other planet or moon in the solar system. The changing of rotational speed is accomplished via magnetic friction between the core of a planet and the powerful magnetic field of the brown dwarf. Friction also causes heat from below which can result in increased volcanism. The brown dwarf must have come about as close to Venus as it possibly could without tearing Venus apart and forming another asteroid belt. Just imagine how much energy it takes to stop an entire PLANET from rotating and then make it rotate (slowly) BACKWARDS. That much friction created vast amounts of heat and volcanism and turned Venus into the hellish planet that it is today.

The reason that these extinction events also coincide with asteroid impacts and devastating volcanism is because when the brown dwarf comes through, it brings its own debris field along with whatever it ensnares in the Oort cloud on the way in, and it also perturbs objects in the Oort cloud, throwing them about in random directions. The volcanism is from its magnetic field grinding against the magnetic field of Earth's iron core and causing heating from within the planet which results in volcanism. Have you noticed a lot of 'fireballs' and meteors in recent years? That's the brown dwarf's debris field now passing through the inner solar system. Some of it is zipping by us at close range, some of it is hitting us. Space is large though, so most of it is just going through without any effect on us. Still, we are now in a time of increased danger from a major impact.

This brown dwarf, our second sun, came through the inner solar system sometime in the 2010-2012 timeframe and is now on its way back out of the inner solar system. Mars warmed anomalously around that time and so did the Earth. Both Earth and Mars heated up in that same timeframe because they were both being heated EXTERNALLY by the same source. The brown dwarf doesn't emit visible light but it does emit infrared, which heats up planets that get close enough, as both Mars and Earth did. Ten years before Mars and Earth heated up, Pluto also heated up anomalously even as it was getting farther from the Sun and should have been cooling. That was when the brown dwarf came close enough to Pluto to heat it up a bit on its way into the inner solar system. There were many unexplained 'second sun' sightings during that time from all around the planet. While the brown dwarf is a dark object and doesn't emit visible light itself, it does REFLECT light from other sources and it was close enough to the Sun for us to see it via the sunlight that it was reflecting. Most people didn't notice or bought the various 'official' explanations.

The US first detected this brown dwarf with the IRAS satellite in 1983-1984. Scientists were all set to announce a major discovery - indeed, what could possibly be a bigger discovery than the fact that we have a second sun, that our solar system - like most solar systems - is a binary system? But shortly after they said they were going to announce their discovery, someone must have noticed something alarming: that over time the brown dwarf wasn't moving across the field of view. It was only getting larger. That meant that it was coming more or less straight at us - an extinction event on the way. Since such an announcement would collapse civilization, the US government kept it secret and the scientists soon announced, 'Never mind, we were wrong, there was nothing, our bad.'

Since that time, in the 1980s, the US and allies have been preparing for a planetary extinction event. The only way for humanity to survive what's coming on Earth (a repeat of the Permian-Triassic extinction event) is to grow humanity as large as possible, develop necessary technologies, and establish colonies on other bodies than Earth. For example, the Moon and Mars - both will be more habitable than the Earth. If that means 7 billion people end up dying here on Earth, is that price not worth it if humanity itself continues on? Somebody decided so. And 'they' wouldn't have been able to convince people to control their reproduction anyway, not without telling them the truth - if even then - which would have collapsed civilization too early for enough preparations to be made for Humanity 2.0 to survive.

So what's coming? More earthquakes and volcanism, the oceans going anoxic and spewing hydrogen sulfide which poisons the oceans and the land. Fires and more fires, eventually burning everything on the surface of the Earth. Loss of ability to grow crops followed by widespread starvation and population collapse. Radical climate destabilization. Rising UV levels. Extinction of most forms of life on Earth, especially those that require oxygen and/or which reproduce slowly. 'Climate change' and 'global warming' are certainly real, but they also serve as a kind of camouflage to hide the effects of the brown dwarf's passage. Absent humanity, things would have gotten catastrophically bad on Earth anyway, just as happened with previous extinction events when the brown dwarf came through when there were no human beings around.

There's much more I could say, side stories that connect to this overarching one, involving the mass of the reference kilogram and how the methodology used to measure its mass (since changed) could be used as an unintentional 'anomalous gravitational force detector' and which did indeed detect an anomalous gravitational force, a secret coordinated effort to destroy sundials around the world, unusual tidal events, Google changing some things in order to help keep reality hidden from people, scientists in radiation suits in Antarctica filming the brown dwarf in the sky as it passed nearby, lots of interesting stuff. But there's little point. Few will ever see what I've written and fewer still would believe it if they did, so it's not of much consequence. Most people will die in ignorance or denial. They already are. I've learned to accept that that's just the way it is.

In time the Earth will heal, long after we're gone, as it has before. But the brown dwarf will be back again...

2020-12-11 - Wildfire breaks out and burns 2,000 acres in Mark Twain National Forest (Missouri):

2020-12-11 - Boat bursts into flame at marina in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

Quote: "Emergency crews are responding to East Dover Marina on Fischer Boulevard for a Boat Fire."

Note: This is the 1299th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-11 - Private bus bursts into flame while parked at church in Brookfield (Connecticut):

Note: This is the 356th bus to burn in 2020...

2020-12-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near Rebel Road and Good Springs Road north of Aiken (South Carolina):

2020-12-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on highway near Cypress (Texas):

Quote: "A big rig caught fire on the Grand Parkway near northwest Harris County Friday morning, temporarily blocking traffic. The truck was carrying alcohol. It happened around 9:15 a.m. in the northbound lanes of SH-99 Lanier Parkway near Cumberland Ridge Drive in the Cypress area."

Note: These are the 1691st and 1692nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-11 - Landscaping truck bursts into flame at 12:26 AM while parked at home on Circle Drive East in coastal East Patchogue (New York):

2020-12-11 - Truck bursts into flame on the A14 in Claydon (Britain):

2020-12-11 - Truck bursts into flame on Sens Close in Chester (Britain):

2020-12-11 - RV bursts into flame while parked at mobile home, fire spreads to two homes, in Oroville (California):

Note: This is the 368th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked at gas station in Westford (Massachusetts):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame on Route 19 near Mount Hope (West Virginia):

2020-12-11 - Race car bursts into flame during practice session at Yas Marina Circuit on Yas Island in coastal Abu Dhabi (UAE):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame on Eastern Express Highway in coastal Thane (India):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame on Remer Street in Crewe (Britain):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame on the M2 between Rochester and Cobham (Britain):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame at 4:05 AM on Brookdale in coastal Widnes (Britain):

2020-12-11 - Car bursts into flame on Wyntryngham Close in Hedon (Britain):

Quote: "Wyntryngham Close, Hedon. Fri 11 Dec 2020 19:53 (No:023250) Car fire. Self extinguished prior to arrival of Fire Service. Crews utilised hose reel and thermal image camrea to make safe. Due to suspected electrical fault."

2020-12-11 - Auto shop destroyed by fire on State Street in Schenectady (New York):

2020-12-11 - Garage destroyed by fire at home in coastal McKinleyville (California):

2020-12-11 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire at 3:50 AM on Warren Street in coastal Lynn (Massachusetts):

2020-12-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Bathurst Street in Toronto (Canada), 4 injured:

2020-12-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Fairington Village Drive in Stonecrest (Georgia), 18 injured:

2020-12-11 - Hotel and bar destroyed by fire in Ituna (Canada):

2020-12-11 - Deadly fire burns home on Mill Landing Road in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 1 killed:

2020-12-11 - Deadly fire destroys home on Hunt Avenue in Ingleside (Illinois), 2 killed, 4 injured:

2020-12-11 - Deadly fire destroys home just after 2 AM near Gilbert Street and East Seventh Streets in Fairview (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-12-11 - Vacant home burns at 4:17 AM on Old Branch Avenue in Camp Springs (Maryland):

2020-12-11 - Vacant school burns at 3:45 AM on Whitlow Drive in Killeen (Texas):

2020-12-11 - Doctor, young man, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at hotel in Abakaliki (Nigeria):

Quote: "Odo, it was gathered, swims very well and even taught people how to swim. He was teaching his friends that same day when he suddenly got drowned, even as the deceased was to round up his housemanship few days before his death."

2020-12-11 - Firefighter, man, 58, found dead in the water near his empty 'ghost boat' near coastal Cushing Island (Maine):

Quote: "According to the Portland Fire Department, a crew joined the U.S. Coast Guard in response to an unmanned vessel adrift near Cushing Island at 12:40 pm on Friday, December 11th."

2020-12-11 - Man found dead and face-down in creek in Wylie (Texas):

2020-12-11 - Man, 37, falls off boat and dies in the Caloosahatchee River near coastal Naples (Florida):

2020-12-11 - Person found dead in 2 or 3 feet of water in riverbed in the City of Industry (California):

2020-12-11 - Person found dead in the Tuolumne River in Waterford (California):

2020-12-11 - Woman, 39, found dead near Edsel Road in Traphill (North Carolina):

2020-12-11 - Woman, 59, drops dead at home in Pontiac (Michigan):

Quote: "According to family members, the woman had no known medical issues or history of substance abuse, the sheriff’s office said."

2020-12-11 - Woman, 25 to 35, found dead near White River boat ramp in Martinsville (Indiana):

2020-12-11 - Man, 71, dies after being pulled from pond at golf course in Westlake (Ohio):

2020-12-11 - Man, 48, lifeguard trainee, collapses after being pulled from the water at beach, dies shortly later, in coastal North Wollongong (Australia):

Quote: "The man, aged 48, collapsed after he was assisted from the water by lifeguards. Bystanders and paramedics performed CPR on the man before he was taken in a critical condition to Wollongong Hospital, where he later died."

Quote: "It is understood he was completing his certification in surf lifesaving but went into cardiac arrest while taking part in a training program at the beach that morning."

2020-12-11 - Person found dead at coastal Tomahawk Beach (New Zealand):

2020-12-11 - Woman found dead near burned car near the coast in the Marlborough Sounds (New Zealand):

2020-12-11 - Woman, 25, found dead in canal in Dhenkanal (India):

2020-12-11 - Man in his 20s found dead in canal in Birmingham (Britain):

2020-12-11 - Woman, 72, has 'medical issue', car crashes and overturns, on I-40 near Sevierville (Tennessee), 1 injured:

Quote: "Janice Felty, of Knoxville, was driving east on the interstate near mile marker 406 when she apparently suffered a medical issue, Sevierville Police said."

2020-12-11 - Driver has 'medical event', two cars crash, in coastal Avondale (New Zealand), 1 killed:

Quote: "One person has died after a two-car crash in the Auckland suburb of Avondale. It's thought they suffered a medical event, police said in a statement."

2020-12-11 - Small plane crashes into Falls Lake (North Carolina):

2020-12-11 - Small plane flips over at airport in Dexter (Maine):

2020-12-11 - Small plane makes emergency landing on the Ohio Turnpike in Swanton Township (Ohio):

2020-12-11 - SUV veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on Peach Road south of Winnsboro (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-12-11 - Pickup truck veers over centerline at 5:30 AM, hits tractor trailer truck head-on, fire erupts, on Leestown Road in Scott County (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2020-12-11 - Pickup truck veers off road just before 5 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Minneapolis (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2020-12-11 - Car overturns into retention pond in Orlando (Florida), 4 injured:

2020-12-11 - Car veers off road, crashes into parked car and home, in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police say he he may have suffered a medical episode and was taken to the hospital."

2020-12-11 - Family dog attacks and kills 14-year-old boy near Battle Lake (Minnesota):

2020-12-11 - Dominion Energy, Smithfield Foods complete Utah methane-to-natural gas project:

2020-12-11 - The North Carolina hog industry's answer to pollution is a $500m pipeline project:

2020-12-11 - 48% of US small businesses fear that they may be forced to shut down permanently soon:

2020-12-11 - Three snow leopards test positive for coronavirus, the 6th confirmed animal species infected:


  1. At the start of another week, Jonny. They seem to bring more prophetic information each time. Thanks for your analysis at the top of what's going on in space, causing all these reactions throughout the solar system (and beyond, but that doesn't much matter to us). It DEFINITELY explains the heating from below theory, which coupled with all our pollution, contributes mightily to our demise (~ 2030).

    i was under the impression that we were a binary with Sirius, from the pyramids, Stonehenge, Santos Bonacci, etc. and that the brown dwarf you refer to was just another anomalous body pulled into the solar system by these two suns.

    Sunday, 13 December 2020
    An examination of a global food crisis fueled by CHINA

    On The Brink Of A Major Food Shortage
    PART ONE - CHINA [~ 30.5 min. video; lots of links]

    On The Brink Of A Major Food Shortage
    PART TWO – INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA [~ 37.6 min. video & links]

    Two members of family killed by lightning in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    Elephant tramples man to death in Assam, India - 4 such fatalities for the country in 2 days

    [~ 2.75 min. video of it!]

    Locals said that the elephant had been roaming in that area for quite a long time and that the elephant was ill. According to the villagers, due to his illness, the pachyderm used to enter the residential areas of the village and destroy crops. [more]

    Venice floods: City under water as complex dam system fails to activate [~ 1.6 min. video]

    Venice's St Mark's Square was under water on Tuesday after a newly installed system of mobile artificial dams failed to activate. Residents -- long accustomed to perennial "acqua alta" or high water events -- pulled on their rubber boots once more to deal with flooding that reached a high of 1.37 metres (4.5 feet) above sea level in the afternoon. [more; who wears 5' boots?]

    [2nd section below]

  2. [this is a good read, if you want a bit of uplift amid the doom]
    Treasure Washes Up on Venezuela's Shore, Bringing Gold and Hope to a Village

    The most extraordinary moment in the young fisherman’s life began in the most mundane way: with a morning visit to the latrine.

    Walking back to his tin-roofed hut on Venezuela’s Caribbean coast, the fisherman, Yolman Lares, saw something glisten along the shore. Raking his hand through the sand, he pulled up a gold medallion with an image of the Virgin Mary.

    Anatoly Kurmanaev and Isayen Herrera
    Sat, December 12, 2020, 10:37 AM EST
    Fishermen unload their catch in Guaca, Venezuela on Nov. 29, 2020. (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez/The New York Times)
    Fishermen unload their catch in Guaca, Venezuela on Nov. 29, 2020. (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez/The New York Times)

    GUACA, Venezuela — The most extraordinary moment in the young fisherman’s life began in the most mundane way: with a morning visit to the latrine.

    Walking back to his tin-roofed hut on Venezuela’s Caribbean coast, the fisherman, Yolman Lares, saw something glisten along the shore. Raking his hand through the sand, he pulled up a gold medallion with an image of the Virgin Mary.

    The village of Guaca was once at the center of Venezuela’s fish processing industry but is now reduced to penury by the lack of gasoline and the closure of most of its small fish-packing plants. Amid such misery, the valuable find seemed like a miracle.

    “I began to shake, I cried from joy,” said Lares, 25. “It was the first time something special has happened to me.”

    At home, Lares told his father-in-law, also a fisherman. Word of the discovery spread swiftly, and soon most of the village’s 2,000 residents had joined in a frenzied treasure hunt, combing every inch of the waterfront, digging around dilapidated fishing boats, even sleeping on the beach to protect their few square feet of sand and the untold fortune the plot could contain.

    Since late September, their search has turned up hundreds of pieces of gold and silver jewelry, ornaments, and golden nuggets that washed up on their shore, offering the villagers a baffling and wondrous — if short-lived — reprieve from Venezuela’s seemingly endless economic collapse.

    Dozens of villagers said they had found at least one precious object, usually a gold ring

    Chris Corti, a technical expert in jewelry-making based in Britain, examined photographs of several objects discovered in Guaca and said they appeared to have been commercially manufactured in the mid-20th century.

    But he cautioned that more analysis was needed to make a firm determination about the date and origin of the pieces.

    “It got so bad, I felt as if a rope was tightening around my neck,” said Lares, who first discovered the gold.

    He made $125 from the objects he found — by far the biggest sum he ever made at once.

    Lares used the money to buy staples in bulk. He also bought some sweet breads for his children — the first treat they’d had in years. He fixed a broken television and bought a used speaker, giving his family some entertainment in their earthen-floor home without indoor plumbing, where six people share one bed under a leaking roof.

    The treasure has allowed his family to go back to eating twice a day. His youngest child, 2-year-old Thairy Lares, has gained weight in the past month, though she is still malnourished. [more]

    [i thought it was impossible to set foot on or even go anywhere NEAR Antarctica without "authorization"]

    Lorde Pens Essay About Trip to 'Melting' Antarctica and Climate Change: 'I'm Permanently Changed'

    In a new essay for Rolling Stone, the "Royals" songstress, 24, reflected on her five-day stay in Antarctica in February 2019, where she learned more about the ongoing climate crisis. [more; was she there to entertain the scientists?]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. Right wing and anti-Trump protesters clash in D.C.

    Far-right protesters and counter-protesters fought in downtown Washington on Saturday night (December 12), with local media reporting at least four people stabbed. The clashes took place amid 'Stop the Steal' protests across the country in which conservative groups claim, without evidence [oh, fuck you - there's ABUNDANT evidence, that the powers that be (Deep State) won't allow to see the light of day] that the November 3 election was stolen from President Donald Trump. [more; Antifa was there - you know, the "peaceful protesting" fucking THUGS of the Democrapic party.]

    [this is going to escalate - and is one of the reasons for the "lockdowns" which are only exempt to RIOTERS, oh sorry, peaceful protesters]

    [from Friday]
    What is Brood X, the U.S. cicada infestation coming in 2021?

    They're big. They're incredibly loud. And they're coming by the billions.

    Meet Magicicada cassinii, better known as the cicada. Every year, a relatively small number of these insects emerge from the ground in the eastern United States. But once every 17 years, a truly massive brood of cicadas arrives in the mid-Atlantic and Midwest, filling the air with a deafening mating hum that can reach up to 100 decibels.

    That phenomenon is named Brood X, or the Great Eastern Brood. It's set to return in May 2021. For the five to six weeks that they're above ground, the live cicadas — and their crunchy, discarded exoskeletons — will be impossible to miss. [more]

    [plea to take the vaccine]
    I'm a Doctor and This Is the Most Dangerous Thing You Could Do Now

    As a doctor, along with millions of others on Monday I whooped for joy to see the first people in the world receive the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in the UK. The same vaccine was authorized by the FDA in the US on Friday night. This monumental event is on a par with other historical developments such as the discovery of penicillin [which i'm deathly allergic to] or the first [fake/Hollywood production] steps on the moon.

    So after all the heartache this despicable virus has caused, why would anyone not want to get vaccinated? According to a recent poll, only about half of Americans want to get the vaccine. Nearly a quarter remain unsure, and the final quarter plan to refuse.

    I'm incredulous. So I'm writing this to set the record straight.

    Here's the question: Do you want life to return to normal by the spring? Read on to see why refusing to get the COVID vaccine would be your #1 worst mistake, and to ensure your health and the health of others [more; virtue signaling]

    [okay, stop right there - 1st there will be NO GOING BACK TO NORMAL, despite this person thinking that's the case; 2nd, if she's a doctor, why is she ignoring the CLEAR RISK it poses after being rushed through and ALREADY people have died and had severe reactions from it?; 3rd she sounds like a mouthpiece for BIG PHARMA or possibly the CIA/the Fauci-Gates medical tyranny agenda; 3rd she goes on to list all the POSITIVE (yet questionable) results of vaccination while NONE of the MANY unfavorable outcomes and risks are conveniently left out; i could go on]

    [4th segment awaits]

  4. [Let's keep up the COVID bullshit, since it won't have any impact!]
    No pickers, no coffee: How Covid threatens Colombia's harvest

    Coffee pickers have become harder to hire amid the coronavirus pandemic [bullshit]. Low prices for beans mean there is not much money to lure more workers by offering higher wages. [real reason]

    Workers at the Santa Isabel farm say that fewer people are showing up because the job has become riskier. [no - it i$n't worth it!]

    Coffee pickers in Colombia are paid about $0.15 (£0.11) for every kilogram of beans they collect. On a good day an experienced coffee picker can make around $30 a day, gathering 200kg of beans. [more]

    [YOU lug 441 lbs of shit around for $30! Unsustainable.]

    Why American Children Stopped Believing in God

    In a report released earlier this year from the American Enterprise Institute, Lyman Stone tracked the history of religious belief, behavior, and association in the United States since the Founding. It’s a magisterial work, and I encourage readers to download the report here and peruse it for themselves.

    Stone’s research helps us to understand the decline of religious faith in America over the past 60 years. Secularization is, to be sure, a hugely overdetermined development in American history, and just about everyone has a theory about how it’s happened and why. Religious conservatives would probably cite the loosening of the country’s morals that began in the ’60s and ’70s. Secular progressives might mutter something about the onward march of “Science” and “Reason” over time. But the data seem to show that the main driver of secularization in the United States has been the acceleration of government spending on education and government control over the curricular content taught in schools. [more; yep]

    [likewise, spirituality in general is "woo-woo" now; yet devil worship and Satanism has skyrocketed and supported via media/Hollywood - all part of the same agenda, imho]

    [coming to a community near you]
    Baltimore’s surveillance plane potentially infringes on rights, audit finds, even though police mostly followed the rules

    Baltimore’s aerial surveillance pilot program “for the most part” stuck to the rules put in place when it was approved earlier this year, but strayed at times outside its mission in ways that could infringe on civil rights, an independent audit contends.

    The Policing Project of New York University, one of three groups hired by the city to evaluate the police department program, focused in large part on what it calls constitutional implications of the Aerial Investigation Research, or AIR, pilot project. It also attempted to evaluate whether Baltimore police have taken actions beyond the stated goal of tracking active crimes and suspects.

    The 57-page report emphasized that it was not measuring whether the program, which flies planes outfitted with high-technology cameras above the city, has helped solved crimes [especially since the police won't share their results]. That determination will be made in another evaluation [yeah, sure - i wouldn't hold my breath.]

    Baltimore police have not released the report [there ya go], but it was included as an exhibit in a federal court appeal by the American Civil Liberties Union obtained by The Baltimore Sun. The ACLU sued the police department in April over the program. [more]

    [part 5 next]

  5. Canada to boost carbon price to fight climate change, Ontario premier blasts "green scam" [which it is]

    "This carbon tax is going to be the worst thing you could ever see," Doug Ford told reporters.

    "You don't have to protect the environment on the backs of the hardworking people of this province ... at a time when people are barely holding on by their fingernails."

    Canada's Supreme Court is considering an appeal by Ontario against the carbon tax.

    The proposed hike is also likely to be unpopular in the energy-producing provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, which have already been hit by low prices. [more]

    [so even if you WORK IN the medical field and SEE what's "supposedly" happening, you can't tell anyone about it!]

    An Arizona ER doctor says he was told not to come back to work after his viral tweet warning about a coronavirus surge

    Cleavon Gilman tweeted on November 22: "Just got to work and was notified there are no more ICU beds in the state of Arizona." The tweet has now been retweeted almost 30,000 times and has almost 82,000 likes.

    He then told the Arizona Republic that the company he worked for, Envision Healthcare, called him less than a day later and said that the hospital, Yuma Regional Medical Center, told him not to return to work.

    He said: "They told me it was because of the tweets and I couldn't believe it because that was accurate information I posted to inform the citizens of Arizona.

    "It is a grave injustice and it's not just happening to me. Doctors everywhere are afraid to speak up."

    Yuma Regional Medical Center said in a statement that Gilman had been not been fired and that he is due to return to the ER this weekend.

    In response to the hospital statement, Gilman tweeted: "Oh really... this is news to me." [more]

    [i may have miscounted; 6th piece coming up]

  6. 'It's terrible and no one cares': millions at risk of eviction with no stimulus agreed

    [there will be more HEALTHY people losing their jobs & homes than COVID victims, but keep up the lockdown charade as Gates plans, until he can get his nanochip implant/aborted fetus cell vaccine into YOU]

    Before the pandemic hit, 34-year-old Andrew Perry of New Orleans worked in bars and did live sound engineering for shows. But now, with venues closed, Perry has struggled to find another job, even at minimum wage, while his unemployment benefits have been reduced to just $90 per week. He’s worrying about losing his home.

    The temporary federal moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on residential evictions is set to expire on 31 December, leaving millions of Americans like Perry at risk of being evicted from their homes even as coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise.

    Perry’s landlord has already given notice they will evict him from his apartment when the CDC eviction moratorium ends.

    “I had to sell my car for a fraction of the asking price so I could keep the power and water on in my house. I can’t afford new clothes or shoes for winter. I’m not eating three times a day,” said Perry. “I don’t see an end to this any time soon, and with no stimulus being announced, I’m starting to wonder if I will lose everything and be homeless again, the last time after Hurricane Katrina in 2006.” [more; 2021 shaping up to be horrible on many fronts]

    GOP Congressman-elect calls the coronavirus pandemic 'phony' while rallying with Trump supporters in DC

    "This looks like a group of people that get that this is a phony pandemic," he said. "It's a serious virus, but it's a virus. It's not a pandemic ... You get it. You stand up against tyranny.

    Just a day earlier, the US had roughly 231,000 new coronavirus infections and over 3,300 COVID-19 deaths, both record numbers for the country, according to the latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University [who were already in on the scam from the start].

    [again, imho if you compare the ACTUAL numbers (which we NEVER get) to OTHER diseases and mortality events (like car crash deaths, cancer, etc) you can see it's a controlled operation ultimately designed to control humanity via (ultimately) Martial Law (for non-compliance). COVID's real and it's pretty bad, but the lockdowns are SIGNIFICANT and killing our way of life - which is already on it's way out due to global heating]

    First tropical cyclone of the season brewing in South Pacific

    The first tropical cyclone of the season is brewing across the South Pacific, and it can bring impacts to Fiji and Vanuatu through early next week. [more]

  7. [Apologies for the poor editing above.]

    Barrier Reef "Critical" [~57.6 min. BBN video]

    [from Let It GO, Tom! news]
    Inventor of QR code: "It's a real simple fact to prove that there was massive fraud in this election" [~ 21 min. video]

    Thousands march in Washington DC to protest Deep State theft of election - Antifa terrorists later attack pro-Trump supporters

    Sporadic fights broke out between pro-Trump and anti-Trump demonstrators after sundown Saturday. WRC-TV reported that four people were taken to a hospital with stab wounds, and the Metropolitan Police Department told the station that 23 people were arrested.

    The gatherings of mostly unmasked Trump loyalists were intended as a show of force just two days before the Electoral College meets to formally elect Biden as the 46th president. Trump, whose term will end Jan. 20, refuses to concede, while clinging to baseless [according to this mouthpiece of the Deep State/CIA] claims of [easily proved] fraud that have been rejected by state and federal courts, and Friday by the Supreme Court.

    Sylvia Huff, a demonstrator who came from Gloucester, Virginia, to show her support for Trump, said the legal defeats hadn't shaken her belief that he won the election.

    "I believe the courts were on the take, too," she said. The Supreme Court, where three of the nine justices were appointed by Trump, "was just afraid of a political backlash," she said.

    Among the speakers was Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump adviser, who urged demonstrators not to give up even after Friday's Supreme Court decision. [more]

    Lt. Col. Allen West: SCOTUS setback may call for new 'union' of 'law-abiding states'

    Texas GOP Chair Allen West argues states that follow election law ‘need to come together and protect themselves against the states that do not', following the U.S. Supreme Court rejecting the state’s lawsuit over the 2020 presidential election. [~ 3.3 min. video]

    Mysterious mass death of endangered seals on shores of Russia's Caspian Sea

    Disturbing images have emerged after 272 endangered Caspian seals were found washed up on the beaches of Dagestan. The mammal can only be found in the world's largest inland body of water, which borders five Eurasian countries. [more; video]

    [2nd piece awaits]

  8. [SOTT Comment: For them to die, en masse, all of a sudden, it's unlikely that the usual pollution is to blame. One wonders whether, like in Kamchatka, an unusual bloom of poisonous algae is to blame?]

    [ya mean H2S, SOTT?]

    You "Should Not" Take COVID Vaccine if You Have This Condition, Alerts FDA

    According to the FDA's official guidelines, "you should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine if you:

    had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose of this vaccine

    had a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient of this vaccine."

    So What's in the Vaccine, so You Can Check the Ingredients?

    According to the FDA, "the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine includes the following ingredients: mRNA, lipids ((4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2-hexyldecanoate), 2 [(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide, 1,2-Distearoyl-sn-glycero-3- phosphocholine, and cholesterol), potassium chloride, monobasic potassium phosphate, sodium chloride, dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate, and sucrose." [good god]

    If you are allergic to any of these ingredients—or worry you may be—discuss them with your medical professional.

    Says the FDA: "Tell the vaccination provider about all of your medical conditions, including if you:

    have any allergies

    have a fever

    have a bleeding disorder or are on a blood thinner

    are immunocompromised or are on a medicine that affects your immune system

    are pregnant or plan to become pregnant

    are breastfeeding

    have received another COVID-19 vaccine." [more; there's the list of "outs" for we who will refuse]

    The FDA didn't 'approve' Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why

    What it got instead was a more limited emergency use authorization.
    [more; link]

    Operation Warp Speed's top scientist says Moderna vaccine will 'likely' be approved by end of week

    On Friday, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the two-dose vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech for emergency use.

    A November Pew Research Center survey found that despite an increase in general public confidence in the vaccine between September and November, 39% of respondents said they would definitely or probably not get a coronavirus vaccine were it available today. [more]

    [3rd piece below]

  9. Urban wood movement aims to fight climate change and create jobs

    Brick and Board sells reclaimed wood and other salvaged material in Baltimore, a city with an estimated 16,000 vacant and abandoned properties. . . it also refers to capturing material that falls during storms [more; many advantages]

    Fast-food chains are vultures feasting on the carcasses of independent restaurants. But, the American government killed those mom-and-pop businesses in the first place.

    Analysts say that fast food chains will likely benefit from the $39 billion in sales linked to tens of thousands of restaurants closing across the US.

    But, the federal government is to blame for its failure to save these restaurants — not fast-food chains. [more; poison]

    [thanks federal government]
    ‘We’re already too late’: Unemployment lifeline to lapse even with an aid deal

    U.S. lawmakers are struggling to hammer out another economic relief package before Congress adjourns next week. But for millions of Americans, the deadline may have already passed.

    Even if Congress reaches a deal, some 12 million unemployed people could see their benefits lapse after Christmas. Worker advocates say it could take weeks for the jobless aid programs to get back online as lags in programming for outdated state systems cause delays in relief checks.

    “We’re already too late,” said Michele Evermore, an unemployment insurance expert at the National Employment Law Project. From the time Congress passes an extension of unemployment aid, she said, many states wouldn't be up and running for "three weeks or four weeks" at the fastest.

    That would not only fuel the desperation of unemployed households but could also cut into consumer spending as the coronavirus resurges across the nation, jeopardizing the [phony] economic recovery [oh, ya mean for Wall Street] just as [Creepy] Joe Biden's presidential administration gets under way.

    What's worse for the unemployed, the nonprofits and food banks that many have been turning to have themselves been bleeding workers under the crushing demand during the pandemic. [more]

    [season's greetings from the greediest landlords in the US]
    California could allow mass evictions to begin during the worst Covid surge yet

    [let's see how long they last with empty buildings they have to make mortgage, insurance and tax payments on, many of which will "mysteriously" burst into flames]

    Millions of California renters are at risk of eviction as tenant protections soon expire, raising fears of a mass surge in homelessness during the deadliest phase of the pandemic so far.

    The state’s emergency rules to pause evictions amid the Covid-19 crisis are scheduled to terminate at the end of January, which could result in landlords across California going to court to remove residents behind on rent. But amid a new stay-at-home order and shutdowns due to rapidly rising Covid infections, tenant groups and some lawmakers are pushing for an extension of protections and broader measures to preserve housing. [more]

    [spokesperson for the Landlord Guild said, "We don'-cay!"]