Saturday, January 16, 2021

Event Update For 2021-01-15

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

2021-01-15 - Hydrogen sulfide hits neighborhood and sickens people, lamppost ignites too, in Bogota (Colombia):

Quote: "Tonight there was a hydrogen sulfide leak in a neighborhood in the town of Fontibón (Bogota), exactly on 17th street with Carrera 137 A. A team from the Specialized Group on Hazardous Materials and the Firefighters Bogotá attended the situation in that sector of the western part of the country’s capital. There are 15 people who are being tested for gas inhalation. 'They secured the area and gave priority to the attention of the people who were in the place and its surroundings, while the severity is determined and investigations are being carried out into how the emergency occurred,' the authorities detailed minutes after the emergency was known."

Quote: "This was not the only emergency that occurred in the town of Fontibón this Thursday. In the afternoon it was known that there was a fire on a lamp post that alerted the neighbors who live near the Parque del Libro. The flames originated after a loud detonation was heard on Carrera 97A with Calle 16H."

2021-01-15 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, scrap cars burn, in New Haven (Indiana):

2021-01-15 - Wildfire breaks out near the Arkansas River in John Martin Reservoir State Wildlife Area (Colorado):

Quote: "In southeast Colorado, the Fort Lyon community has been told to evacuate because of a wildfire is burning at John Martin Reservoir State Wildlife Area. Ten agencies are fighting the fire, which is burning in inaccessible Arkansas River bottoms — amid heavy winds."

2021-01-15 - Wildfire breaks out and burns 20,000 acres near Lemmon (South Dakota):

2021-01-15 - Shallow magnitude 6.2 earthquake shakes Sulawesi Island (Indonesia), buildings collapse, dozens killed, hundreds injured:

2021-01-15 - Ground mysteriously shakes across large area in southern Florida, not an earthquake, not an explosion:

Quote: "People across South Florida are reporting feelings of shaking and rattling. People have reported feeling it in areas of Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties."

Quote: "The U.S. Geological Survey said they have gotten multiple reports of people feeling shaking, but they have checked and rechecked their seismometers and have no reports of seismic activity."

2021-01-15 - Home explodes and burns on Eureka Street in Seminole (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

2021-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by explosion and fire shortly before 3 AM on McIntosh Drive in Hopewell Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Note: These are the 7th and 8th residential explosions in 2021...

2021-01-15 - Barn destroyed by explosion and fire on Maries Road in Sterling (Virginia):

Quote: "He said about a week or two ago there was a fire in a similar structure 'adjacent to this property.'"

2021-01-15 - Fishing trawler 'Min Fa Yu' damaged by fire southeast of Eluanbi (Taiwan):

Quote: "The Taiwanese fishing trawler 'Min Fa Yu' has rescued the 22 crew members of the 'Yong Feng' on Jan 13 after its engine room caught fire 485 nautical miles southeast of Eluanbi."

2021-01-15 - Two boats go up in flames at 1 AM while parked in boat storage yard near beach in coastal Larnaca on the island of Cyprus (Greece):

Quote: "Two boats in Larnaca were badly damaged by a fire which broke out early on Friday. Around 1am, police were told a fire was raging in a fenced-in boat storage facility in Touzhane street near Mackenzie beach."

Note: These are the 17th, 18th and 19th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 near Keavy (Kentucky):

2021-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in Tucson (Arizona):

Note: These are the 61st and 62nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-15 - UPS box truck bursts into flame on Kissel Hill Road in Warwick Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-15 - Service truck bursts into flame while parked at townhome, fire spreads, townhome destroyed, on Maple Terrace View in Washington (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-15 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on street in Kozhikode (India):

2021-01-15 - Car bursts into flame on the M3 near Popham and Winnall (Britain):

2021-01-15 - Car bursts into flame at 11:15 PM on Bradley Road in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Bradley Road, Grimsby. Fri 15 Jan 2021 23:15 (No:000820) Car fully involved in fire, two hose reel jets and one BA used, incident handed to Police."

2021-01-15 - Vehicle(s) and outbuilding destroyed by fire on Fellows Avenue in Sylmar (California):

Quote: "A fire engulfed a large outbuilding and at least one vehicle on a property in Sylmar Friday, but no one was hurt."

2021-01-15 - Car and home destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Deltona (Florida):

Quote: "A family safely escaped a house fire in Deltona early Friday, but the blaze destroyed their home and a car, officials said."

2021-01-15 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire in Eau Claire (Wisconsin):

2021-01-15 - Home damaged by fire on Chestnut Street in Silver Lake (Kansas):

2021-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Folsom Street in coastal San Francisco (California):

2021-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire on NW 9th Street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2021-01-15 - Home destroyed by fire on Collinwood W Drive in Austin (Texas), 1 injured:

2021-01-15 - Apartment building damaged by fire shortly before 7:05 AM on 38th Street in coastal San Diego (California):

2021-01-15 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire near reservoir in Brandon (Mississippi):

Quote: "The fire happened at Lakeshore Pointe Apartments near the reservoir."

2021-01-15 - Deadly fire burns duplex in Coeur d’Alene (Idaho), 1 killed:

2021-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home at 6 AM on North Ruess Road in Owosso Township (Michigan), 1 killed:

2021-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home on Rock Hill Road in Ponce de Leon (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home on Heddan Terrace in coastal Newark (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2021-01-15 - Vacant home burns on Sutton Creek Road in Exeter Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-15 - Girl, 13, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at aquatic center in Maitland (Australia):

Quote: "A teenage girl has died after she was pulled from the water at a public swimming pool in the Hunter region on Friday afternoon, where she had been enjoying a family day out. The 13-year-old was swimming at Maitland Aquatic Centre when she got into trouble about 3.30pm and was pulled out by lifeguards who performed CPR."

2021-01-15 - Man, 54, has 'medical emergency' while driving and pulls over, car rolls away, fire erupts, man dies, in Jacumba Hot Springs (California):

Quote: "A driver died after he suffered a medical emergency on the freeway in East County on Friday afternoon, and his car started a brush fire in the center divide, authorities said. The incident was reported about 12:05 p.m. on westbound Interstate 8 near In-Ko-Pah Road (also known as Old Highway 80) in the Jacumba area, California Highway Patrol Officer Jim Bettencourt said."

2021-01-15 - Man found dead in pond in Carolina Forest (South Carolina):

2021-01-15 - Man, 22, found dead in ditch along Lexington Ontario Road in Mansfield (Ohio):

2021-01-15 - Man, 21, found dead in Boise (Idaho):

2021-01-15 - Man found dead in the Susquehanna River near Koser Park in Conoy Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-15 - Person found dead in submerged car in the Watauga River in Lynn Valley (Tennessee):

2021-01-15 - Man, 53, found dead in Daniels Canyon (Utah):

2021-01-15 - Man found dead in Pinders Pond near Roxburgh (New Zealand):

2021-01-15 - Boy, 17, found dead in the Waikato River (New Zealand):

2021-01-15 - Woman, 70, found dead in pond in Miranda do Douro (Portugal):

2021-01-15 - Man has 'medical emergency', car plows into sporting goods store, in Carson City (Nevada), 5+ injured:

Quote: "A driver believed to have experienced a 'medical emergency' drove through a Carson City sporting goods store on Friday morning, seriously injuring two people and hurting four others, officials said."

2021-01-15 - Small plane crash-lands at North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines (Florida), engine failure:

2021-01-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on US 35 in the Fraziers Bottom area in Putnam County (West Virginia):

2021-01-15 - SUV crashes off cliff, plunges into creek, in Cowlesville (New York), 1 killed:

2021-01-15 - Car veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, near Imlay City (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "Investigators say the roadway was clear of ice or snow and they have no evidence that either driver was intoxicated. Police also don’t believe excessive speed was a factor in the crash."

2021-01-15 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, on Route 184 in Stonington (Connecticut), 1 injured:

Quote: "The crash may have been caused by a medical emergency, Olson said."

2021-01-15 - Motorcycle crashes in coastal Tararua (New Zealand), 1 killed:

Quote: "The man had a crash out the back of his farm, but it’s possible he died because of a 'preceding medical event', helicopter base manager Graeme Spiers said."

2021-01-15 - Man, 60, has 'medical emergency' while working on high-rise under construction in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Crews rushed to the construction site of a Center City Philadelphia high-rise building Friday after a worker suffered a medical emergency dozens of stories high."

2021-01-15 - Mud volcano erupts in Gobustan (Azerbaijan):

2021-01-15 - 'Carbon-neutrality is a fairy tale', how the race for renewables is burning Europe’s forests:

Note: Theoretically burning up the forests is carbon neutral as long as new forests are replanted. The problem is that we're burning the forests NOW, which ramps up atmospheric CO2 immediately, and then the carbon isn't removed from the atmosphere for 50 years when new forests regrow. And the problem with that is that by burning up all the forests now, we are hitting tipping point after tipping point on the road to extinction and if those forests ever DO regrow in 50 years, there aren't going to be any human beings around to notice. So we're committing suicide, true, BUT we are doing so in a theoretically carbon-neutral way. Soooo...yay?! Also, it's not even theoretically carbon-neutral, because the logging machinery and trucks and the fuel they use aren't carbon-neutral and neither are the concrete and steel used for the roads to transport the wood and for the factories where the wood pellets are burned. This is just a feel-good scam that keeps us cutting down forests on the way to extinction...


  1. Spectacular Sunday Jonny, everyone. Man, PA is all over this day's report! What do you think is going on in FL, Jonny? Fault slip?

    [Next up on the "new food" menu?]
    Sunday, 17 January 2021
    Desert Locust situation update: Locust swarms destroyed an estimated 200,000ha of cropland in Ethiopia in 2020, marking the worst invasion the country had seen in 25 years: Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda, Eritrea and Yemen have swarms arriving

    [They're crunchy, plentiful and taste like mealworms! Let's EAT!]

    [if you thought the water problem in Flint was bad, check this out]
    Nearly 100 million Chinese people supplied drinking water with 'unsafe' levels of toxic chemicals

    Drinking water provided to nearly 100 million people in China has levels of toxic chemicals that exceed safe limits, researchers have found.

    A team from Tsinghua University monitored the levels of per and polyfluoroalkyls (PFAS) - man-made chemicals used in everything from fabrics to pesticides - using data from previous studies.

    By analysing data from 526 drinking water samples across 66 cities with a total population of 450 million, the study found that the concentration of PFAS in more than 20 per cent of the studied cities - 16 in total - exceeded safe levels. [more]

    Sunday, 17 January 2021
    A Russian perspective of events in Washington DC

    Russian Leader Issues Grim Assessment As Washington Becomes Most Militarized City In World

    A fascinating new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today discussing the lengthy grim assessment just published about the United States by Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev entitled “America 2.0—After The Election”, first notes his warning: “Russia-US relations are likely to remain extremely cold in coming years because it is highly likely the United States will consistently pursue an anti-Russian policy”, then says due to his being the former President of the Russian Federation and its Prime Minister, it bears critical notice his stating: “Many US leaders have at various times admitted, including to me personally, “It is true that our system is not perfect, but we are used to it and it is convenient for us”…The problem is that the rest of the world finds it increasingly “inconvenient” to work with such a country, as the US becomes an unpredictable partner”. [more]

    The Polar Vortex Is About To Unleash The Coldest Air Of The Season

    Most of the country has enjoyed a relatively mild winter so far, but those cozy temperatures won't last long. AccuWeather reports that the polar vortex could cause a "major shift in the weather pattern" during the second half of the season. In other words, it's about to get very chilly. [more]

    [part ii follows]

  2. [while down under]
    Tropical Cyclone "Kimi" to make landfall over Queensland, Australia

    Tropical Cyclone "Kimi" formed at 02:10 UTC on January 17, 2021, as the 3rd named storm of the 2020/21 Australian region cyclone season. Kimi is moving slowly south of the north tropical Queensland coast and is expected to turn southwest tonight (LT) and cross the north tropical coast on Monday, January 18 (LT). [more]

    13 Israelis suffer FACIAL PARALYSIS after taking Pfizer Covid jab, amid influx of reports detailing adverse effects

    At least 13 people have reported mild facial paralysis after receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech jab, Israeli outlet Ynet reported, citing the Health Ministry, adding that officials believe the number of such cases could be higher.

    Several reports have also linked the jab to unexplained deaths, but authorities have insisted that there is no evidence to suggest the vaccine is to blame in such cases. For example, a Portugese doctor who was reportedly in "perfect health"died shortly after being given the jab, but officials later concluded that there was no relationship between the death and the vaccine, adding that they could not disclose the exact cause of her death for legal reasons.
    [more; r i g h t . ..]

    55 people died in US after receiving COVID-19 vaccines: Reporting system

    Fifty-five people in the United States have died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, according to reports submitted to a federal system.

    Deaths have occurred among people receiving both the Moderna and the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, according to the reports.

    The reporting system, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), is a federal database. The system is passive, meaning reports aren't automatically collected and must be filed. VAERS reports can be filed by anyone, including health care providers, patients, or family members.

    Neither the CDC nor the FDA has a central database of reported adverse events. [more; that should tell you something]

    Nearby wind park blamed for health issues and cow deaths by French farmer

    More than 400 cows have died mysteriously since a wind park was built near a herd in 2012. Local residents also suffering health issues: "permanent fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, insomnia"

    [Indonesia can't get a break!]
    Massive pyroclastic flow at Semeru volcano, Indonesia

    A massive pyroclastic flow was generated at the Indonesian Semeru volcano at 10:24 UTC (17:24 WIB) on January 16, 2021. [more]

    [more later]

  3. Avalanches due to heavy snowfall kill at least two in Switzerland

    Heavy snowfall in the Alps has led to avalanches that killed two people in Switzerland and led to several rescue operations.

    Police said a 49-year-old skier was killed in the canton of Schwyz when he was buried by an avalanche.

    Another person died in the canton of Oberwalden buried by snow masses.

    The search for other persons possibly buried by avalanches was stopped in the early evening, police said.

    According to media reports, at least one person was still missing after avalanches were also reported off-piste in other regions. [more; ah, but are they piste-off?]

    [if we're gettin' these in Jan., what's summer gonna look like?]
    Red Flag Warnings in Southern California

    The winds are going to be breezy to very strong, off and on through Thursday [and Kevin Sandbloom mentioned that it was over 80 the other day]

    After record high temperatures were set Friday in multiple Southern California locations, Red Flag Warnings continue on Saturday. Residents in Santa Clarita can expect the temperature to reach 83 degrees today, with the humidity in the low teens, and 22 mph winds out of the northeast gusting to 33. Strong winds will continue through Saturday night but will taper off a bit Sunday, 18 to 22 mph gusting out of the northeast at 28 to 34.

    Monday afternoon a strong offshore pressure gradient will begin growing, bringing very strong winds out of the northeast again, with the humidity in the low 20s and teens. [more; see forecast]

    Severe flooding after heavy rainfall in Loch Vaal, South Africa - 3 inches in an hour [short video]

    'We have lived here for 35 years and we've never seen anything like it': Residents describe Loch Vaal flooding after heavy rains

    An air force Oryx helicopter was also activated to hoist an elderly couple to dry land on Saturday morning, said Netcare 911. This was after emergency workers were unable to successfully move them after they had been stranded at their home.

    Loch Vaal resident Jessica Moreira said debris in the water had made it difficult to assist flood victims in the area.

    "It was hectic — beehive boxes and whole trees floating down," Moreira said, adding that water levels had since stabilised thanks to open sluice gates at the Vaal river Barrage reservoir. [more]

    [2nd segment below]

  4. Pentagon aims to spread artificial intelligence across military services

    [can't wait to see GUMPS (from new N/F TV series i saw last night, can't recall the name at the moment - they're advanced robotic weapons systems on over-large human frame of metal components, no "skin"); like the ones in Avatar]

    New contract procedures to make it easier for small companies to bid on AI uses for the military

    After spending the past few years demonstrating how artificial intelligence tools can boost U.S. military efforts, the office responsible for overseeing such programs at the Defense Department is shifting its focus to helping military services and agencies figure out how to incorporate the technologies in their systems.

    For fiscal 2021, the Pentagon sought a total of $841 million for artificial intelligence efforts across the department, of which JAIC’s request was $290.7 million. [more; your tax dollars at work]

    At least 20 killed and tens of thousands evacuated amid Indonesia floods up to 10 feet deep

    As of Sunday, 39,549 people had been evacuated and at least 15 had been killed due to floods that affected 10 districts and cities in South Kalimantan province on Borneo island.

    Separately, five people were killed and 500 others were evacuated after floods and landslides in Manado city in North Sulawesi province on Saturday. One other person was missing. [more; 2 videos]

    [meanwhile in Indonesia - oh, wait, we're already here!]
    M6.2 earthquake hits Indonesia's Sulawesi killing at least 73 people (UPDATE)

    [SOTT]Comment: Update: The Daily Mail on January 17 reports:

    Death toll rises to 73 in Indonesia earthquake that saw 28,000 flee their homes

    An aerial picture shows flattened homes in Mamuju, West Sulawesi
    The earthquake came after a 5.9-magnitude tremor and at least 26 aftershocks the previous day, in a string of disasters which caused three landslides and damaged bridges to regional hubs such as the city of Makassar.

    The tremors also damaged more than 60 homes, two hotels and the provincial governor's office. Electricity in the area is also out.

    Jati's comments came as Dwikorita Karnawati, the head of Indonesia's meteorological, climatology and geophysical agency (BMKG), warned that another quake in the region could potentially trigger a tsunami. [more + another video]

    [this is too much! they're experiencing a large volcanic eruption, flooding (triggering landslides) and an earthquake - and now they're watching for a TSUNAMI?!! get me the fuck outta here, i'd be sayin']

    Thousands evacuate as wildfires turn the sky red in Chile [73 sec. video]

    In Mexico, Women Take the Front Lines as Vigilantes

    In the birthplace of Mexico’s vigilante “self-defense” movement, a new group has emerged entirely made up of women, who carry assault rifles and post roadblocks to fend off what they say is a bloody incursion into the state of Michoacán by the violent Jalisco cartel.

    Some of the four dozen women warriors are pregnant; some carry their small children to the barricades with them. The rural area is traversed by dirt roads, through which they fear Jalisco gunmen could penetrate at a time when the homicide rate in Michoacán has spiked to levels not seen since 2013. [more; this is what collapse looks like]

  5. Tempurature Tipping Points In 20-30 Years (No, Really) [~ 58.5 min.]

    [a quick look at the mainstream lies and fantasy]
    Climate scientists sound the [silent] alarm on a climate "tipping point"

    President-elect Joe Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris Agreement and to implement policy addressing climate change. Some scientists say time is running out, and warn of a "ghastly future" if immediate action is not taken against global warming. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli discusses the importance of addressing climate change. [more; ~ 7.5 min. video; WHAT solutions?]

    [how long before these sheeple figure out we're screwed and panic?]

    Outcry as Trump officials to transfer sacred Native American land to miners

    As one of its last acts, the Trump administration has set in motion the transfer of sacred Native American lands to a pair of Anglo-Australian mining conglomerates.

    The 2,422-acre Arizona parcel called Oak Flat is of enormous significance to the Western Apache and is now on track for destruction by what is slated to be one of the largest copper mining operations in the United States.

    Native Americans in the area have compared it to historical attacks on their tribes. “What was once gunpowder and disease is now replaced with bureaucratic negligence,” said Wendsler Nosie, founder of activist organization Apache Stronghold and a member of the Apache band descended from Geronimo. “Native people are treated as something invisible or gone. We are not. We don’t want to be pushed around any more.” [more]

    Colombia's rapidly breeding 'cocaine hippos' must be stopped, scientists say

    Scientists say Colombia must cull its so-called “cocaine hippos” that roam the Magdalena river basin as they are breeding voraciously and are an increasing menace.

    Although nobody knows exactly how many there are, estimates put the total number between 80 and 100, making them the largest invasive species on the planet. [largest by mass, i assume]

    Colombia is a hippo paradise. It rains regularly and there are no problems with food or predators. Researchers believe this optimal environment could have made the hippos more fertile.

    Locals see the hippos as an unofficial mascot.

    “Nobody likes the idea of shooting a hippo, but we have to accept that no other strategy is going to work,” ecologist Nataly Castelblanco-Martínez told The Telegraph. [more; leave them alone]

    [part 2 below]

  6. Almost a third of recovered Covid patients return to hospital in five months and one in eight die

    [or you can take your chances with the "vaccine"]

    Almost a third of recovered Covid patients will end up back in hospital within five months and one in eight will die, alarming new figures have shown.

    The current cut-off point for recording Covid deaths is 28 days after a positive test [there's the fudge factor], so it may mean thousands more people should be included in the coronavirus death statistics. [more like thousands LESS due to faulty/inflated #s]

    Out of 47,780 people who were discharged from hospital in the first wave, 29.4 per cent were readmitted to hospital within 140 days, and 12.3 per cent of the total died.

    “The message here is we really need to prepare for long Covid. It’s a mammoth task to follow up with these patients and the NHS is really pushed at the moment, but some sort of monitoring needs to be arranged.” [more; "i gotta keep my phony-baloney JOB!"]

    [from Animal House: Hey, ya fucked up - ya trusted us!]
    Developers of Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Tied to UK Eugenics Movement by Whitney Webb & Jeremy Loffredo

    The developers of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine have previously undisclosed ties to the re-named British Eugenics Society as well as other Eugenics-linked institutions like the Wellcome Trust.

    However, investigation into the vaccine’s developers and the realities of their “no-profit pledge” reveals a very different story than that which has been spun for most of the year by corporate press releases, experts, and academics tied to the vaccine and the mainstream press.

    For instance, mainstream media has had little, if anything, to say about the role of the vaccine developers’ private company—Vaccitech—in the Oxford-AstraZeneca partnership, a company whose main investors include former top Deutsche Bank executives, Silicon Valley behemoth Google, and the UK government. All of them stand to profit from the vaccine alongside the vaccine’s two developers, Adrian Hill and Sarah Gilbert, who retain an estimated 10 percent stake in the company. Another overlooked point is the plan to dramatically alter the current sales model for the vaccine following the initial wave of its administration, which would see profits soar, especially if the now-obvious push to make COVID-19 vaccination an annual affair for the foreseeable future is made reality.

    Arguably most troubling of all is the direct link of the vaccine’s lead developers to the Wellcome Trust and, in the case of Adrian Hill, the Galton Institute, two groups with longstanding ties to the UK eugenics movement. The latter organization, named for the “father of eugenics” Francis Galton, is the renamed UK Eugenics Society, a group notorious for over a century for its promotion of racist pseudoscience and efforts to “improve racial stock” by reducing the population of those deemed inferior. [more]

    [3rd section awaits]

  7. The Johns Hopkins, CDC Plan to Mask Medical Experimentation on Minorities as “Racial Justice” [same two authors as above] [this article and the previous one are from 2020]

    This report is the first of a three-part series unmasking the racist components of the Pentagon-run project to both develop and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine. It explores the COVID-19 vaccine allocation strategy first outlined by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and subsequent government allocation strategies that were informed by Johns Hopkins.

    The main focus of this allocation strategy is to deliver vaccines first to racial minorities but in such a way as to make those minorities feel “at ease” and not like “guinea pigs” when receiving an experimental vaccine that those documents admit is likely cause “certain adverse effects…more frequently in certain population subgroups.” Research has shown that those “subgroups” most at risk for adverse effects are these same minorities.

    The documents also acknowledge that information warfare and economic coercion will likely be necessary to combat “vaccine hesitancy” among these minority groups. It even frames this clearly disproportionate focus on racial minorities as related to national concerns over “police brutality,” claiming that giving minorities the experimental vaccine first is necessary to combat “structural racism” and ensure “fairness and justice” in the healthcare system and society at large. [more; Biden would approve!]

    QTR #235 – Whitney Webb: Capitol Riots, Covid, Censorship & Bitcoin
    January 10, 2021 [~ 1.5 hr podcast]