Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Event Update For 2021-07-19


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

2021-07-19 - Hydrogen sulfide again causes evacuations in Wheatley (Canada), emergency declared again:

Quote: "He said Chatham-Kent Fire Services detected hydrogen sulfide gas Monday at a commercial property and 'pursuant to the powers given to me by the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, R.S.O. 1990, I determine that this impending situation constitutes a danger that could result in serious harm to persons or substantial damage to property.'"

2021-07-19 - People sickening in coastal Matlacha (Florida), some people moving away:

Quote: "'There’s a big algae bloom that’s been going on in Matlacha Pass for over a month,' said Dahod. 'People are sick. People have moved off-island and we haven’t gotten to the root cause of the problem. The source of the toxin may not be the algae directly, it may be the bacteria consuming the algae that are making something called hydrogen sulfide, which is itself very toxic. The Department of Health is essentially doing nothing, the county is doing nothing, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is doing nothing.'"

Note: All of the symptoms that people are experiencing match hydrogen sulfide poisoning. This has happened with lots of other algae blooms in lots of different places. As the algae dies, ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea eat the dead algae and emit hydrogen sulfide. Algae blooms are spreading and intensifying as the planet warms, so this problem is escalating...

2021-07-19 - Wildfire grows to 303,800 acres in Klamath County (Oregon):

2021-07-19 - Wildfire explodes in size to more than 40,000 acres near Lake Almanor (California):

2021-07-19 - Wildfire grows to 23,078 acres, threatens Markleeville (California):

2021-07-19 - Hundreds of wildfires burning in British Columbia (Canada), hotels filling with evacuees, resources stretched:

Quote: "A regional politician in British Columbia’s Interior is calling for more support amid a 'dire' wildfire situation that he said has filled every available hotel with fleeing evacuees and stretched local security resources beyond their capacity."

2021-07-19 - Wildfire smoke from fires raging across Canada blows into Pennsylvania:

2021-07-19 - Massive wildfires threatening hydroelectric plant in Siberia (Russia):

Quote: "A large wildfire in Russia’s Siberia region Monday is burning near a village and posing a threat to a hydroelectric power plant Monday, local officials said. A total of 216 forest fires remained active in the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia on Monday morning, the region’s Ministry of Natural Resources said. Heavy smoke covered more than 60 cities, towns and settlements, including the regional capital Yakutsk. One blaze that already had engulfed 41,300 hectares (102,000 acres) was just four kilometres away from the village of Syuldyukar, the ministry said. A hydroelectric power plant is located about 20 kilometres away from the village, it said."

2021-07-19 - Paper recycling plant erupts in flame in Linwood (Ohio):

2021-07-19 - Historic bridge over the Meduxnekeag River destroyed by fire in Aroostook County (Maine):

2021-07-19 - First-ever extreme heat warning issued for Britain:

Quote: "The Met Office has issued its first ever extreme heat warning for the UK with temperatures possibly reaching 33C in western areas."

2021-07-19 - Climate change seen as serious risk to the global economy:

Quote: "A number of recent reports suggest that the financial risk from climate change could be much greater than previously anticipated, and that entire asset classes could come under fire as temperatures continue to rise. Trillions of dollars of market value could go up in smoke due to climate change."

Note: The end of the world as we know it could cause economic problems?! No way!

2021-07-19 - Home destroyed by explosion, two more homes damaged, on Cleveland Drive in Plano (Texas), 6 injured:

Note: This is the 77th residential explosion in 2021...

2021-07-19 - Recycling center fire breaks out in Ettington (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Dredging ship 'SHI XIANG 156' bursts into flame off coastal Port Klang (Malasyia):

2021-07-19 - Boat bursts into flame on Sand Lake in Lenawee County (Michigan):

2021-07-19 - Two boats, car and barn destroyed by fire in Richmond (Kentucky):

Quote: "Car, two boats, other items destroyed in barn fire..."

2021-07-19 - Yacht bursts into flame in coastal Bodrum (Turkey):

Note: These are the 488th, 489th, 490th, 491st and 492nd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-07-19 - School bus bursts into flame near Portes (France):

Note: This is the 30th school bus to burn in 2021, and this is the 256th bus to burn in 2021...

2021-07-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 near West Seneca (New York):

2021-07-19 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Swamp Road in South Byron (New York):

2021-07-19 - Tractor bursts into flame on Main Road in Long Bennington (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Tractor bursts into flame on Station Road in Camerton (Britain):

Quote: "Station Road, Camerton. Mon 19 Jul 2021 15:12 (No:013020) Tractor on fire which spread to field. Two hose reels, Scotty Backpack, two BA and beaters in use."

Note: These are the 1456th, 1457th, 1458th and 1459th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-07-19 - Tarmac truck bursts into flame on Quay Street in Manchester (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Food van bursts into flame in Deanshanger (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Van bursts into flame on the M5 near Worcester (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Watermill Road in Marshall (Missouri):

2021-07-19 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage at apartment building on Kinau Street in coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

Quote: "Honolulu fire crews on Monday responded to a fire reported to be in the underground garage of a 21-story apartment building on Kinau St. The first crew arrived at approximately 5:20 p.m. where they discovered smoke and flames coming from the garage area. A single vehicle was on fire and contained to the engine compartment area."

2021-07-19 - Car bursts into flame at roundabout in Perth (Scotland):

2021-07-19 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, on Buildwas Road in Telford (Britain):

Quote: "Car fire that has spread to property. Crews using breathing apparatus, hose reel jets and main jets to extinguish the fire."

2021-07-19 - Car bursts into flame at 11:19 PM on Courtney Street in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Courtney Street, Hull. Mon 19 Jul 2021 23:19 (No:013048) Car fire. One hose reel, one BA and bolt croppers in use."

2021-07-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame in North Barrow (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Truck stop heavily damaged by huge fire in Cornersville (Tennessee):

2021-07-19 - RV business heavily damaged by fire in Killen (Alabama), nobody there:

Quote: "Hensley RV sales sustained heavy fire damage."

2021-07-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Mirabel (Canada), 200 cows killed:

2021-07-19 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Britton Road in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2021-07-19 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire just before 3 AM in Roseville (California):

2021-07-19 - Deadly fire burns home on Iverson Street in Hillcrest Heights (Maryland), 3 killed:

2021-07-19 - Young tiger found dead near Tamsi Lake in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (India):

2021-07-19 - Woman, 37, found dead in swimming pool at home in Daviess County (Kentucky):

Quote: "An Owensboro woman who was found face down in a swimming pool Saturday at a home on Kentucky 56 has been identified. The Daviess County Sheriff's Department identified the woman Monday at Cassie Head, 37, of Owensboro. Daviess County Coroner Jeff Jones said the cause of death was drowning."

2021-07-19 - Man, 58, collapses into the water and dies in Cottage Grove Reservoir (Oregon):

Quote: "Deputies learned that 58-year-old Albert Johnson of Creswell was jet-skiing when he possibly suffered an emergency medical issue. After parking and departing the jet ski, Johnson complained that he could not breathe then suddenly fell underwater."

2021-07-19 - Man, 27, dies after being pulled from the Colorado River in Bullhead City (Arizona):

2021-07-19 - Man found dead in canal in Scottsdale (Arizona):

2021-07-19 - Man, 21, falls off boat and dies in Lake Texoma (Texas):

2021-07-19 - Man found dead in the water at marina in coastal Olympia (Washington):

2021-07-19 - Woman, 58, found dead at coastal Point Reyes National Seashore (California):

2021-07-19 - Man, 69, jumps into Kentucky Lake and dies in Trigg County (Kentucky):

2021-07-19 - Person found dead in submerged car in creek in Midwest City (Oklahoma):

2021-07-19 - Person found dead in the North Branch of the Chicago River in Chicago (Illinois):

2021-07-19 - Woman, 64, dies after being pulled from Lake Manitou in Assiginack Township (Canada):

2021-07-19 - Woman, 18, found dead in well in Arikkulam (India):

2021-07-19 - Teacher, man, drops dead at home in Migori County (Kenya):

2021-07-19 - Boy, 13, found dead in canal or lake on Canal Court in Scarva (Ireland):

2021-07-19 - Woman in her 60s dies after being pulled from coastal Axmouth Harbour (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Man collapses unconscious on fishing boat near coastal Newport (Oregon):

Quote: "A U.S. Coast Guard rescue team was in the right place at the right time Monday afternoon when a man on a fishing boat had a medical emergency. It happened just after 1 p.m. off the coast of Newport. The Coast Guard says one of its helicopter crews was already doing training drills when it got the emergency call that the man had collapsed and was unconscious."

2021-07-19 - Woman, 67, has 'medical emergency', car slams into two children, near coastal Tacoma (Washington), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "The 67-year-old driver of the vehicle suffered a medical emergency, lost consciousness, drifted off the right shoulder and struck the pedestrians. A 10-year-old was killed and a 12-year-old was airlifted to a Tacoma hospital with unspecified injuries, authorities said."

2021-07-19 - Man has 'medical emergency', SUV crashes into home, on coastal Long Island (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "Nassau County police say the driver lost control after suffering a medical emergency."

2021-07-19 - Woman has 'medical emergency', SUV slams into home, in Sterling Heights (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver was heading east on 19 Mile Road when she had a medical emergency, struck the embankment and crashed into the house, according to the homeowner."

2021-07-19 - Man, 67, has 'medical episode', car crashes into embankments, near Lime Springs (Iowa), 2 injured:

Quote: "The Sheriff’s Office says Valentine 'Neil' Mahr, 67 from rural Lime Springs was driving north on Pleasant Avenue and apparently experienced a medical episode just after 1 pm. Mahr’s vehicle when into the east ditch, over the embankment, crossed 70th Street, and hit another embankment."

2021-07-19 - Driver has 'medical issue', car plunges into pond, in Naperville (Illinois), 1 injured:

Quote: "The driver was taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville for further treatment. Police said the incident was caused by a medical issue."

2021-07-19 - Woman has 'medical emergency', car crashes, in coastal South Boston (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "South Boston police are still determining the extent of her injuries, but they believe her medical emergency played a part in the cause of her wreck."

2021-07-19 - Man has 'medical event', car slams into pole, near coastal Waikouaiti (New Zealand), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver has suffered moderate injuries after his car hit a power pole due to a medical event just north of Waikouaiti."

2021-07-19 - Small plane makes emergency landing on bridge near coastal Ocean City (Maryland), engine failure:

2021-07-19 - Passenger bus and heavy truck crash near Sialkot (Pakistan), 33 killed, 40 injured:

2021-07-19 - Tractor trailer and SUV crash, fire erupts, on the B5286 near Hawkshead (Britain):

2021-07-19 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-15 near Hurricane (Utah), 1 injured:

2021-07-19 - Car veers off road and crashes in Leitchfield (Kentucky), 1 killed:

Quote: "It’s possible, officials stated, that Willis suffered a medical emergency prior to the crash, as there were no skid marks at the scene."

2021-07-19 - Car veers off road, crashes into garage at home, on Ocean Drive North in coastal Stamford (Connecticut), 100 feet from the ocean, 1 injured:

2021-07-19 - Car veers off road, crashes into bridge, bursts into flame, in Nashua (New Hampshire), 1 injured:

2021-07-19 - Alligator attacks and injures man in coastal Stuart (Florida):

2021-07-19 - Person has 'medical emergency' near beach in coastal Burnham-On-Sea (Britain):

Quote: "An air ambulance landed on Burnham-On-Sea beach on Monday (July 19th) to help a patient nearby during a medical emergency."

2021-07-19 - Lightning strike kills 3 members of a family in Muzaffarabad (Pakistan):

2021-07-19 - Heavy rain and flooding collapses two dams in Inner Mongolia (China):

2021-07-19 - COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths rising in the US again, hospitalizations/deaths predominantly affecting the unvaccinated:

Quote: "An Associated Press analysis of available government data from May shows that 'breakthrough' infections in fully vaccinated people accounted for fewer than 1,200 of more than 107,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations. That’s about 1.1%. And only about 150 of the more than 18,000 COVID-19 deaths in May were in fully vaccinated people. That translates to about 0.8%, or five deaths per day on average."


  1. Wishful thinking Wednesday Jonny, all readers of JJFH.

    Yeah, i don't buy the "official numbers" since they (the govenment, the CDC, NIH, Johns Hopkins, Fauci, UN and other governments around the world who are all in on The Agenda presented by your favorite Nazi Klaus Schwab) are using every means available to get people "vaccinated" (which it CLEARLY ISN'T). There is no pandemic and hasn't been all along. The fear mongering by the msm was (and is) designed to drive people to get the POISON shot (which has the ingredients of aborted fetal tissue, graphene, ethylene oxide, and lots of other crap that are lethal). Gates, Big Pharma and Big Med are the perpetrators (with the consent of all governments) in this GENOCIDE to kill off as much of the population as they can over the next few years. We should be in the streets surrounding the capital in DC demanding they shut this shit down, but it's more likely they'll continue to get away with their evil plan because of sheeple who do no research and back the government, even when their own life is affected. They're coming for the children next.

    [here's one part of their plan they keep repeating as necessary]
    What Will This New Wave Of Lockdowns Do To The Global Economy?

    Needless to say, the restrictions and lockdowns that we witnessed in 2020 were absolutely devastating for the global economy, and many areas of the planet remain economically depressed as a result. As the “Delta variant” continues to spread, will this new wave of restrictions and lockdowns push the world economy into another major downturn during the second half of 2021? [the delta variant is nonsense - it comes from a computer model, and will be followed by the lambda variant and as many more as they can pass off to create the fear; if it means anything, it's the "vaccinated" getting Covid again]

    Over in France, the implementation of new “health pass” rules is creating a giant uproar [as well as other countries, but it isn't covered by our new media]

    From now on, those that have not been vaccinated will be relegated to second class status in France, but the truth is that “fully vaccinated” people are catching the “Delta variant” too.

    In fact, a “fully vaccinated” White House official and a “fully vaccinated” aide to Nancy Pelosi both just tested positive for COVID.

    The “Delta variant” is taking the U.S. by storm, and Los Angeles County has become one of the epicenters of this new outbreak

    We simply cannot afford another round of lockdowns here in the United States.

    And the same thing is true for countries all over the globe that have previously experienced lockdowns.

    But as the “Delta variant” continues to spread, it appears to be inevitable that more new lockdowns will continue to be rolled out.

    This pandemic is like a nightmare that never seems to end, and the way that officials have reacted all over the world has just made things even worse. [more; as people continue to go along with this, it will lead to much more economic damage]

    At least 25 dead in Chinese province's heaviest rains in 1,000 years
    https://www.sott.net/article/455763-At-least-25-dead-in-Chinese-provinces-heaviest-rains-in-1000-years [2 videos included]

    At least 25 people have died in China's flood-stricken central province of Henan, a dozen of them in a subway line in its capital that was drenched by what weather officials called the heaviest rains for 1,000 years.

    About 100,000 people have been evacuated in Zhengzhou, the capital, where rail and road transport have been disrupted, while dams and reservoirs have swelled to warning levels while thousands of troops launched a rescue effort in the province.

    More rain is forecast across Henan for the next three days, and the People's Liberation Army has sent more than 5,700 soldiers and personnel to help with search and rescue. [more]

    [2nd comment awaits]

  2. Mudslides after more torrential rain in Tajikistan leave at least 10 dead - 3rd such event this year for the region

    Mudslides in Tajikistan have left ten people dead and two missing, officials said Tuesday, in the latest fatal mass flow of earth caused by downpours in the impoverished ex-Soviet region.

    It said flows of earth on Monday swept through the northern Sogd region, trapping people tending to livestock.

    Earlier this month, heavy rains in border regions between Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan spurred mudslides that left at least 14 dead, according to authorities in the Central Asian countries.

    In May, nine people died in landslides in Tajikistan's southeast following heavy rainfall. [more; 2 videos]

    Amid rain and floods, China sends military to stop 'imminent' dam collapse in Henan

    As floods wreak havoc on China’s Henan province, the military has been dispatched to prevent a dam from collapsing. Floodwaters have already washed away two dams elsewhere in China this week. [more]

    Canada's B.C. declares provincial state of emergency due to wildfires

    British Columbia is once again under a provincial state of emergency.

    It will take effect at midnight, Tuesday, July 20.

    Since April 1, almost 1,145 fire "incidents" have been recorded in the province with 300,000 hectares burned to date.

    The B.C. Wildfire Service said this is about 200,000 more than the 10-year average at this time in the season.

    There are currently 299 wildfires burning in the province, 37 of which are considered to be highly visible or a threat to public safety.

    Forty evacuation orders affecting approximately 5,724 people (2,862 properties), in addition to 69 evacuation alerts impacting approximately 32,076 people (16,038 properties) are in place as in Tuesday. [more; 1 video]

    Perth in Western Australia smashes 20-year rain record for July

    [notice it isn't SNOW, meaning it's not a mini-Ice Age sign]

    Perth has smashed its 20-year rain record for July with more wet weather on the way while Australia's south-east shivers through even more hazardous wind conditions over the coming days.

    Earlier this month some streets in Perth and southern parts of WA were submerged in water as floods swept through.

    A home in the coastal town of Eagle Bay, 256km south of Perth, had its entire roof torn off by what locals described as a 'tornado'.

    Others cars were seen almost completely submerged in shopping centre car parks while there were nearly 700 homes without power in suburbs including Lower Chittering, Koondoola and Belmont.

    There were more than 100 calls for help and some residents had to be rescued from their cars that were slowly becoming trapped underwater.

    Meanwhile over in Australia's south-east, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and NSW are facing a freezing cold and windy week ahead. [more; a bit late in the season, eh?]

    [see 3rd piece]

  3. The Strangest Encounters With Unidentified Aircraft We've Found In The FAA's Huge Database (Updated)

    The War Zone has begun to analyze some of the thousands of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) drone and unidentified aircraft incident reports collected in our new mapping tool. Several of these reports describe incidents that have been featured in our previous stories, including one that showcased nearly two dozen unusual incidents involving military aircraft or training ranges. However, many of them have provided leads on new and highly unusual incidents, ranging from puzzling high altitude encounters to craft described as cylinders and even discs.

    [after doing a bit of drone research]

    Nuclear Reactor Cases

    The War Zone has reported extensively on drone incidents involving strategic infrastructure, particularly domestic nuclear reactors. The most notable incident to date involved a half dozen drones “orbiting” the nation’s most powerful nuclear reactor facility in Palo Verde, Arizona. [see cases]

    Military Incidents

    As reported previously, a large number of incidents involving military aircraft, airspace or facilities are represented in the dataset. [read cases]

    Hybrid Balloon/Drones

    In general, balloons are found fairly frequently in the data, with at least 177 mentions throughout the case reports. In many of these cases, pilots were unsure if the object they saw was a balloon or a drone. In a smaller number of cases, pilots described seeing hybrid aircraft that seem to combine the two.
    [view cases, the first of which is from Branson, MO in 2017]


    Six of the case summaries reference the term “UFO.” In several instances, the term appears to be used by a pilot momentarily searching for words. [more cases to look at & 2 videos]

    "Saucers" and "Discs"

    Aside from explicit references to “UFOs” the data set also contains a number of references to “saucer” and otherwise disc-shaped objects. [specifics follow]


    The data set contains a number of references to unusual cylindrical objects. [see cases; more to article]

    [4th part below]

  4. Chinese subway passengers trapped by rising floodwaters as torrential rain pounds Henan province - 8 inches of rainfall in an hour
    https://www.sott.net/article/455742-Chinese-subway-passengers-trapped-by-rising-floodwaters-as-torrential-rain-pounds-Henan-province-8-inches-of-rainfall-in-an-hour [2 videos included]

    Elsewhere in the province, the water levels in the Yi River have threatened to damage the Buddhist Longmen Grottoes UNESCO World Heritage site, which is home to millennium-old statues. [more]

    Pit bull kills man who climbed through family home's window in New Orleans

    A 66-year-old man has died after being attacked by a dog when he climbed through the window of a home in Louisiana.

    Police said the man was a relative of the people who lived at the home and was authorized to be there.

    Pit bulls killed 31 people in the first nine months of 2020—the equivalent of one person every nine days—according to NPBVA.
    [more; one of my favorite dogs was a pit mix - lovable, sweet and beautiful]

    MindMatters: Arthur Versluis: The New Inquisitions vs the Mystical State
    https://www.sott.net/article/455626-MindMatters-Arthur-Versluis-The-New-Inquisitions-vs-the-Mystical-State [~ 74 min. video]

    Arthur Versluis, professor of religious studies at Michigan State University, is the author of many books and an expert on Western mysticism and esotericism, especially the Christian theosophic tradition. He's also an expert on the intellectual origins of totalitarianism, the subject of his excellent 2006 book, The New Inquisitions.

    Today on MindMatters we talk with Arthur about a range of subjects: totalitarianism, ponerology, gnosis, Christian mystics, decentralization, and the "mystical state," a vision of politics informed not by dualistic and secular philosophy, but the mystical center of the spiritual life - the topic of his 2011 book of the same name. Arthur also talks about his latest book, a conversation with psychologist and Christian theosophist Robert J. Faas.

    UN says 400,000 are approaching starvation in Madagascar amid back-to-back droughts – “This is not because of war or conflict, this is because of climate change”

    The U.N. World Food Program says southern Madagascar is in the throes of back-to-back droughts that are pushing 400,000 people toward starvation, and have already caused deaths from severe hunger. [more]

    [5th section follows]

  5. Map shows striking vaccination divide between rich countries and the rest of the world – “We are making conscious choices right now not to protect those in need”

    A map shows the huge difference in vaccination rights between some rich countries and the rest of the world. [more; lucky countries who DON'T get the poison shot; notice 3 countries whose leaders refused to get in on the party those leaders were assassinated - hey sounds like the Clintons playbook!]

    Wednesday, 21 July 2021
    Unliveable! Almost 100 million people have been issued the highest level of weather warning as yet another, "ONCE IN A 100 YEAR EVENT" dumped 624 mm (24.5 inches), almost a years rainfall on Zhengzhou, China in "1 HOUR" causing the evacuation of 200,000 people
    http://www.thebigwobble.org/2021/07/almost-100-million-people-have-been.html [2 videos]

    Snowden grills WaPo for ‘embarrassingly weak’ reaction to NSO spyware scandal, says it’s untrue Pegasus can’t target US phones

    NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has berated the Washington Post for not taking a more forceful stance on the Pegasus spyware scandal, and said it was untrue to claim the now-infamous malware can’t infect US phones. [more]

    [remember waaaay back when Mike D cited Dr Boyle who exposed the
    origin of the Covid bio-weapon as being from UNC (and Fort Detrick)?]
    Beijing renews its call for Fort Detrick biolab probe as 4.7 million Chinese petition WHO to search in US for Covid origins

    The Chinese foreign ministry has backed calls for an investigation into the Fort Detrick biolab as an origin of the Covid-19 pandemic after 4.7 million Chinese petitioned the WHO to send experts to the Maryland facility. [more; what will happen when they discover the US has been lying their collective asses off all along? well, the media will deny it of course]

    The petition was launched last week as WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus blasted Beijing for failing to provide the raw data from the early days of its spread in China. “We owe it to the millions who suffered and the millions who died to know what happened,” he said. [more]

    [military industrial cabal providing JUNK weapons to US]
    Firm behind Army's ‘troubled’ £3.5bn armoured vehicle fleet knew of technical problems back in 2010

    Problems with the Army’s £3.5bn fleet of armoured vehicles were known as far back as 2010, the manufacturer admitted on Tuesday, after trials were suspended last year due to troop injuries.

    Eight serving soldiers suffered joint, hands or feet injuries due to vibrations while driving the new Ajax fighting vehicles and more than 20 others sought treatment for hearing issues.

  6. It's not just CDC stats. Regional health centers, e.g. doctors, nurses and bureaucrats, are reporting that it's primarily unvaccinated sickening and dying. That'd be a helluva conspiracy. You'd have to have all the doctors and nurses and universities involved, at least. Then you'd need to have millions of corpses to burn, like in India, yada yada, to fake a pandemic. And you'd need a ton of reporters in on it, preferably all of them. And so on and so on.

    If there's some goal by a cabal to kill off a bunch of people, killing them with vaccines would be one of the least effective ways to do it, and all it would take is ONE of the above conspirators to blow it open for riches and everlasting fame.

    The EASIEST way and the SMARTEST way to use a pandemic to kill off people is to release a virus that's nasty enough that people would want to be vaccinated against it. Then tell people to get vaccinated. At that point, you have now separated the population into two groups, those who do what they're told, and those who don't. Since you ONLY want to keep people around who will do what they're told, the other segment is the extraneous population that can easily be culled. Now you release a deadlier strain of that same virus, one which the vaccine already deployed is at least highly effective against, and kill off the disobedient segment of the population. Ramp up the deadliness of the virus and tweak the protective vaccine as required until the disobedient segment of the population has been eliminated to whatever degree suits your goals.

    This method has lots of benefits: 1) it's hard to trace back to anyone; 2) it doesn't require a gigantic conspiracy involving millions (or more) of people; 3) it has plausible deniability; 4) it has some moral separation from the dirty work (YOU aren't killing anyone, the virus is, and you offered people a way out so it's not YOUR fault that they declined and ended up dead).

    I doubt that's what's going on, but since that's the smartest and easiest way to isolate the segment of the population that you'd want to eliminate and to actually get the job done, then if there IS some master depopulation plan going on here, then I'm sure that's how they're going about it. It's just so perfect.

  7. Also, I would add that that plan has some built-in adaptability too. Say, you eliminate ALL of the disobedient segment of the population, but that's still not enough to suit your goal. Then you could add an additional phase, to eliminate yet more people, by simply reducing the efficacy of the vaccine, or by increasing the deadliness of the virus, or both. Being able to modulate the killing machine (the virus) AND the efficacy of the shield (the vaccine), you'd have a pretty significant control over depopulation rates. Sort of like a knob or a dial. Tune to the desired population level. Obviously you get rid of the disobedient segment of the population first though - that's just common sense.

  8. You describe exactly the zeitgeist of the "unwoke." What's more, i don't want to live in such a world and will resist and go down fighting as best i can.

    i always appreciate your analysis Jonny. i was prepared to argue the points of your first response, but then you grokked the situation.

    This just in:

    Chester County
    Family of 6 Hurt, Including 4 Kids, When Coatesville Home Explodes
    https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/firefighters-battle-large-house-blaze-in-coatesville/2888445/ [live tv footage]

    Two of the injured children and one adult were flown by medical helicopters to nearby hospitals, officials said

    A house exploded in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday afternoon, shaking the town and injuring six people, including four children, officials said.

    The blast happened at the sprawling single family home at 411 Hibernia Road just before noon, West Brandywine Township Police Chief Jeff Kimes said.

    The explosion sparked a raging two-alarm fire that severely damaged several sections of the home. [right next door to the Township Bldg]