To the people of lockdown California: it’s jailbreak time

by Jon Rappoport

January 7, 2021

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First, a bit of background.

Your governor, Gavin Newsom, is a predator, but within the context of a failed state.

For decades, the government of California has been underwater. As of five or six years ago, it was on the hook for future unfunded liabilities of a quarter of trillion dollars.

That debt was handled by issuing bonds. That’s always the response. Who underwrites those bonds? NY investment houses like Goldman Sachs. They’re satisfied as long as California keeps pulling in taxes and paying down the interest on those bond loans.

But now the tax base of California is rapidly shrinking, owing to the lockdowns, and businesses packing up and leaving the state.

So Newsom is in the position of a small grocery store owner who, failing to pay his protection money to the mafia, is forced to give his store to the mob and work for them…

That’s a bit of context. Newsom is in prison and he wants everyone else to be in prison, too.

Now let’s dig in—

In case you hadn’t noticed, Governor’s Newsom’s brutal lockdowns have done nothing to stem the raging tide of COVID case numbers.

Of course, those numbers are fake, owing to intentionally rigged flaws in the PCR test, but we’ll leave that aside for now.

The point is, lockdowns are meaningless—except they devastate your lives.

Newsom is seeing the handwriting on the wall. He’s never going to become president of the United States. That was his cherished goal. He’s spent years developing his image and persona as “the open, honest, articulate, caring junior JFK in the making.” That’s all gone.

He’s now the punisher who steps out on his own lockdowns and has dinner indoors at a high-priced eatery, unmasked, with a dozen friends.

He follows in the footsteps of other Democrats who thought they could play JFK: Gary Hart, John Kerry, Ed Markey, Jerry Brown. They all went down.

But Newsom isn’t going to back off his COVID lockdowns.

The whole state of California is dry tinder, on the verge of exploding. I’m not talking about forest fires. I’m referring to millions of you who are ready to step outside your homes and re-open the economy, no matter what.

The knowledge is seeping in: if enough of you rebel against the governor’s imprisonment dictates, there is nothing he can do about it.

He’ll look like the fool and the deranged fascist he is, behind his carefully crafted disguise.

And I’m here to reassure you the COVID fear porn is just that; it’s not real; never was; never will be. But you’ve already figured that out, right? You’re in jail because Newsom and the layers of Globalist operators behind him want you in jail. It’s simple.

So admit what you know to be true. Face up to it.

Stop worshiping the preposterous virus.

I lived in California for 50 years. I know the liberal mindset forwards and backwards. I’ve seen all the variations of virtue signaling. I understand how those fetishes stand up as long as the money holds out. But when the money vanishes and the business vanishes, and whole economy is wrecked and lying in ruins, you start to come to your senses.

Supporting BLM, Antifa, riots and looting, open borders? New Age jive? The hell with all that. You’re secretly looking to rough and ready bar owners, who are defying the cops and trying to stay open. You’re looking at your own dwindling bank accounts. You’re measuring martyrdom against rebellion.

You’re part of the dry tinder, ready to explode.


The history of California is a history of war and crime. Once upon a time, Spanish conquistadors smashed the indigenous people of Mexico and extended their reach into California. VERY wealthy Spanish families owned huge swaths of land from Tijuana all the way to Santa Barbara and beyond. They also owned off-shore islands.

Gradually, the criminal California and federal governments moved in on these criminal Spanish families, and in partnership with criminal American financiers and developers, took over that land.

Eventually, a movement arose to open the California-Mexico border. This wasn’t meant as a compensation to the indigenous Mexican people. It was an entry corridor for the descendants of the Spanish conquistadores.

And, of course, for major drug cartels. Hollywood, the entertainment industry, was an open target for laundering cocaine and heroin cash. Production companies and movie studios on the brink of collapse suddenly got well.

I sketch out these bits of hidden history to show you that California is far from a share-and-care liberal fortress. California has always been a long con and long hustle and a long war.

And now, that war has come home to you.

So fight it.

Offload the dream that your governor and you are partners in an unprecedented liberal revolution for The Good. Newsom is just another player in a long line of players who have sold what remained of their souls to bigger money bosses.

The Good is not dead. You just have to rethink it. You have to put FREEDOM at the top of the page, and realize what that struggle of centuries means. You’re now in unique position to understand, because you’re under house arrest, at the whim of your leader.

It’s jailbreak time for you.


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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

73 comments on “To the people of lockdown California: it’s jailbreak time

  1. Jim says:

    Tyranny breeds liberty.

    • bob klinck says:

      It used to, after a century or two, but the technology for surveillance and control has changed the very nature of the situation. You can’t assume that what will be done to the population ahead through medical technology will even leave the aspiration in humanity to be free.

    • Madness says:

      I am not so sure. We are to passive. We are not organised, they are organized. We are like lamb in the slaughter-house.
      Liberty is something you can have only if you fight for it.
      A report from Sweden in NEJM:
      1) Out of 1,951,905 children age 1-16, March 1–June 30: 15 ICU visits, 0 deaths fr Covid 2) Teachers had NO higher ICU visit than other professions. Despite lower schools open FULL TIME and NO MASK mandate

      A bright lady who is into vaccine damage but with an economy point of view:

      A vaccine side effect – this image “speaks” more than any words:

      I am sorry but we either find a way to be organized to fight back, including able to produce food and the rest needed to survival together with able to have an own media or we lost.

      I comment rather rarely here. We now have 2 new 5G mast in just 300 meters in our house. I have no EMF meter to detect it as that range can be detected only via professional – very expensive – meters. Mine was only 200 USD or so.
      We feel like sh..t, constantly ill, tired and helpless.
      Sooner or later we will die – one by one. As we are not a group to efficiently fight back.

      • Jim says:

        A pellet gun can disable the emitters. Don’t need a group for that. Just need a pair.

      • Frank G L says:

        Well, you can consider getting your house painted…

        I don’t know specifically what sort of paint you’d need. Other forms of shielding might work too.

        Not using wireless devices would probably help, as I’m pretty sure they direct that shit based on the tracking information from transcievers.

    • Frank G L says:

      I can’t tell if that’s sarcastic.

      • Jim says:

        It’s not. But my response to those defeatists is that they are the type that must first die off before liberty will win out.

        • Frank G L says:

          I’ll just point this out, tyranny is not a prerequisite for liberty. And tyranny most often begets needless suffering, rather than liberty.

          • Jim says:

            Once the weaklings die off, the strong of heart can’t be stopped. By the way, winning requires zero excuses. Liberty is an individual fight. No one will champion you in this fight. Nor should they. Cowards get the tyranny they deserve.

          • Frank G L says:


            Sorry to be unable to support you in your tyrannical endeavours as you turn into that which you despise, and try to justify it.

          • Jim says:

            I also did not say that tyranny was essential for liberty. But, you have a habit of twisting words around.

          • Frank G L says:

            I figured you didn’t mean to say that, but the statement itself read “Tyranny breeds liberty”, an absolute statement.

            There are a lot of qualifiers involved before you get liberty from tyranny, which is why I mentioned that and why I mentioned it is not a prerequisite and that it more often breeds suffering.

            As an example, if you said “Tyranny breeds liberty” and I said “Tyranny breeds suffering” which of those results would you say is more prevalent?

          • Jim says:

            Quit weaseling. You were claiming I was saying tyranny is a prerequisite for liberty. As to the suffering; that’s just the liberty being conceived. All your argument shows is that you are a petty person of no consequence. Maybe it’s time you grew up.

          • Frank G L says:

            Indeed Jim, indeed.

            “You were claiming I was saying tyranny is a prerequisite for liberty.”

            Where is this claim?

            The rest of your reply seems to confirm some of what I’ve suspected and is laced in a profound amount of irony.

          • Jim says:

            It’s at the beginning of this thread. Great job on the insinuations. Nothing about you seems to be straightforward. Hardly surprising.

        • Linda says:

          Don’t be so harsh with those who despair. A little compassion can lift a weary heart.

          • Jim says:

            A little courage would serve you better. Cowards, and that is what the people you defend are, are the enemies of liberty.

      • Jim says:

        I’m not supporting it. You are with your pacifist attitude, which is really just wrapping on cowardice. I’m just saying how it works. Weak people are responsible for their own oppression. Blame others all you want, but you’re the coward submitting to them. And yet, you try and claim the high moral ground. Cowards are the enemy of real people. Free people.

        • Frank G L says:

          Like that every time infants, children get imposed on and abused by “strong” men? Surely those children were merely cowards.

          Of course you can blame others for wrongs, if they wronged.

        • Frank G L says:

          Also, who are you addressing that to? I can’t tell.

          It seems to be a response to my reply of “I can’t tell if you’re sarcastic or not” based on your absolutist statement of “tyranny breeds liberty”.

          I wonder where you come up with the rest of your statement there, regarding support and such? Misplaced comment?

          If not, I even wonder if your sort of mentality is not causative and the exact same as those tyrants who oppress.

          They certainly are not submitting to your wishes, it must be because they are stronger?

          • Jim says:

            These reply blocks don’t cooperate. I see you’re triggered. As to the weaklings: I grew up a skinny kid in the country. Big bullies would jump on me; but I fought back and they wound up leaving me alone. You are just mad because you want to be the intellectual bully, but you don’t have the intellect to carry it through. And, just like those school bullies, you are livid that I’m not bowing down to your self proclaimed superiority. Not here for you. Don’t even care about you. Don’t care who is better at this or that. That seems to be your baliwick. Vent your infantile rage all you want, but it accomplished nothing.

          • Frank G L says:

            Jim, you might want to reflect on the posts and count the attacks, ad hominems, projections and such. Where’s your interpretation at?

            I didn’t know I was raging, certainly not at you.


          • Jim says:

            You might want to learn what an ad hominem attack is. Just because I call you an idiot, doesn’t make it an ad hominem attack. But, your fragile little ego can’t really handle that. Can’t help but notice you are a very passive aggressive person. Always with the insinuations, and the constant need to portray yourself as the better person. Some call that narcissism. Me? I call it trash.

          • Jim says:

            Oh, good job on side tracking the whole conversation. Very mature. Me? I don’t care. I’m not out to impress anyone. I just state my truths. You? Weaseling seems to be your personal mantra. Now tell me again how tyranny doesn’t breed liberty. I enjoy a good laugh.

          • Frank G L says:

            Have at it, Jim.

            Here’s an example of the liberty it bred, to the state worship tune of billions.


            “The pandemic has upended many perceptions, including ideas about freedom. Citizens of China don’t have freedom of speech, freedom of worship or freedom from fear — three of the four freedoms articulated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt — but they have the freedom to move around and lead a normal day-to-day life. In a pandemic year, many of the world’s people would envy this most basic form of freedom.”

            Very freedom, much liberty.

          • Jim says:

            China won’t last. But you, being a coward, can’t believe ty. You think the present is forever. Go cower in your corner. Go be an Eeyore with your all is lost bullshit. You can’t ever be free, because you love your chains so much. Go worship your god of despair and defeat. But know this: you are a can’t. And can’ts never got a damn thing done. You are from south africa? The old boers would have spit upon you for your weakness. They may have been defeated, but they broke the british empire on the way. They knew how real men lived/died. You? Just a snivelling little nobody trying to shit on everyone because you don’t have the balls to be a man.

  2. ReluctantWarrior says:

    The Road to Freedom
    Jan 6th 2021
    (Special Thanks to Viktor Frankl)

    You can’t stop us
    On the road to freedom
    For freedom is not a gift
    To be granted by
    Government will
    With regal inkwell
    And feathered quill,
    It is a state of mind
    That frees us
    From the ties that bind,
    It is a state of heart and soul
    Beyond the algorithms
    of silicon tyranny
    With its Google y eyes,
    Where we are
    Free from
    Petty earthly desires,
    For it is love
    That fuels freedom’s passion
    Igniting imaginations fire,
    Bring on your
    Harsh needles of compliance
    For they will be
    Of no use against me
    And tho you may attack
    And colonize our
    Flesh and bone tomb
    You will never
    Enter the soul’s true sanctuary,
    You shall not find me,
    By hearth and home
    For I am on the road to freedom,
    Cover me with
    Your masks of cruel Urizen
    They can never bind
    Freedom’s breath
    And its winged flight
    Beyond life’s
    Bittersweet horizon,
    For into the dawn
    Of truth and beauty it flies
    Beyond your petty
    Lockdowns and lies,
    The road to freedom
    Is open to all
    And invites us
    To escape
    This mortal pall,
    Where obedient mobs
    Rant and rave
    For inverted justice
    Over liberty’s grave
    The cruel ordinances of state,
    For some dark Prometheus
    Has stolen the fire of freedom
    And in the distance
    I hear the jackboots
    Of oppression approaching
    And the shattering glass
    Of a new Kristallnacht
    As we now live
    In Freedom’s tyrannical sequel
    Buried by six feet of dreams
    Separate but equal,
    Yet the beauty
    Outside my door
    Beckons me
    With the poetry
    Of trees and wildflowers
    And the playful
    Scampering of squirrels,
    Truth and beauty
    Are never free
    For one must first
    Have the eyes to see,
    Claim your freedom
    And in your martyrdom
    Never let it go,
    For with your blood
    Freedom will grow anew,
    Do not be ashamed
    Of your tears
    For you have
    The courage to suffer,
    To live free or die
    As no other,
    For let us never
    Give up the fight
    Even as our tears fall
    On Freedom’s twilight
    And may the torch
    Of Lady Liberty
    Never be completely extinguished
    Across this fair land
    For It is in our hearts
    That we must
    Make our gallant last stand!

    • bp says:

      Nice! Very inspirational. Doesn’t work with sheeps and zombies though…

    • Kathy says:

      In the name of HUMANITY! ????????

    • Frank G L says:

      Oh plead. Plead more. Please.

      Your society is a disease, certainty in hardware and software, delight in fear and fright, murder and blight. Offense on trees, against sunlight. It wrings good and true. As they rang and sang like banshees, but the abused should. And with process, due, breeds pestilent dogs and their disease, congress with a decree, ‘May there never be progress’. Cogs and genetically engineered polyticks and fleas. In the treadmill called strife and the hamster wheel of life, for the enabling rodents never a sign of unease. Sedation and medication, shifty eyes and copious lies, saying the same thing twice, no sign of predation. Validation by propaganda in education. Resulting trials and tribulation of tribal tribology, historical artefact. What use has credence when you dictate evidence, as a doctorate didact? Discomfort, from murder, a euphemism. For it is pure and blameless, shameless and often masks itself as patriotism. Silencing the singing, stabbing a child with poisons, masking the minor. Virtues of the better man. As I follow you to a better hell with all I can, looking at your cracking hollow shell. And I have not laughed yet. But I am a comedian, you may take your bet. Perhaps you would volunteer as an offering, maybe you are gay, better you yet, can I have your offspring? For what virtue can you have without eternal suffering, as the faithful would say? But don’t worry, with social distancing you’re okay. Even though your environment is omnipresent, I won’t hurt you, you had better stay away.

      Remember to support your state. You may be confused about which state. California? America? Mental? Spiritual?

      Here is a helping hand:

      NYT to help you with your thinking:

      “Li writes: “The pandemic has upended many perceptions, including ideas about freedom. Citizens of China don’t have freedom of speech, freedom of worship, or freedom from fear—three of the four freedoms articulated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt—but they have the freedom to move around and lead a normal day-to-day life. In a pandemic year, many of the world’s people would envy this most basic form of freedom.””

  3. bp says:

    wow! very enlightening perspective of California’s history. True understanding of history cannot be separated from the economic and financial facts of the day.

  4. The Ghost of Paul Harvey says:

    245 years ago, MEN with bigger balls and brains then ANY of us have took action and gained THEIR freedom. The PRICE for MANY was BLOOD, SUFFERING, and DEATH. And YOU have been FEASTING off their sacrifice for YOUR entire life.

    Guess what ? FREEDOM does indeed have a price, and it is a very costly one. But have no fear.

    Unless YOU drop dead in the next few years, YOU (yes YOU) are going to pay for it, ONE WAY OR THE OTHER.

    “And now YOU know the rest of the story”.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      We’ve also been feasting on slave labor and sweatshops for 40 years and I don’t remember a lot of MAGA hats and boycotts then.
      A little contrition please….

      • Jim says:

        I’ve worked in sweatshops. Textile mills. No one forced me to work there. Those people working in them are damn glad to have the job. Unions have created most of the uproar over them, because they can’t compete with them. Personally, I’m not a fan of the unions. They raise the hell out of the cost of production, and nobody drives a nicer car than the union rep.

  5. Sean says:

    Im from Cali and was born in Fresno. Come on California! Is it worth it? Get some Peggy Hall or or or or or or or or or or or or or something! Taking baby steps, because tyrannical minded people show no evidence of ever stopping until business owners are toast. That is their plan. There is far more of us than there is of them. Its just the tv, radio and internet that they control, that is influencing us. They always will do dirty tricks, and so I turn away from it. And am learning lawfully deal with tyranny. We have a right to Life, Liberty and without Liberty, can there be a pursuit of happiness. Without ownership?

  6. Donna says:

    Governor orders are not laws. No governor, mayor, or health director can make a law. Peggy Hall,, is in California. She is an activist in California. She is spreading the word to try to help people. But, she is running into resistance from the people. The people have been brainwashed and don’t even realize it.

    The same is true in my own state of Washington. Inslee was re-elected for his third term. Way too many people think he has done a great job in how he has handled covid. Even as early as March when Inslee first shut down the state, I suspected this was not about a virus. When his two weeks turned into two months, and continues in some variation today, I tell my friends that this is no longer about a virus. Either Inslee is complicit or he is just stupid. It’s about power and control. Fearful people are more easily controlled.

    • JB says:

      That’s why everyone that comments here should join together. We are the illuminati (I don’t call the dark occultists that. They are the scuminati). We shouldn’t go down with these sheep.

      • Frank G L says:

        The irony is, the illuminati symbolism, hierarchy, ideology is about “ascension”. It is always visible, shoved in your face in the corrupt institutons, like babylonian signature. The mammon worshipers.

        It occurs to me, they appear to be reaching for the ceiling of hell.

        Personally I’m more of a \/ kinda guy and for some reason 47 seems to be a prominent number.

  7. Haniel Adhar says:

    It started yesterday in DC, and they shot a woman to make an example out of her.

    If California is going to revolt, then the DC protest needs to be the beginning, and not the end.

    The newsmedia is already poisoning the minds of people, and these people are giving up and giving in.

    There will have to be a whole new generation of people to revolt and claim their freedom. It won’t be this one, that’s for sure, and it won’t be any time soon.

    Whatever we say or do now will be for people to recognize and understand 100 years from now. Or 1000 years from now.

    Because this current country is dead and buried as of 9am today. They killed it and they didn’t stop until it was dead.

    Two years of harsh lockdowns, starvation, and forced vaccines, all set up for a midterm manipulation where the Democrat party will win in a phony landslide and then “magically” take us all out of “COVID”, so they look like heroes and the whole idea of two opposing political parties will be over. They did the same thing with the Civil Rights bill, and they fomented all of those 1960s riots so they can come out as heroes. They are doing the same thing with this “virus”.

    1984 is nothing. Brave New World? Meh. Atlas Shrugged? A gross underestimation. We are heading straight into CYBORG land now, and I can’t see any end in sight.

    RIP USA.

  8. Tara Thralls says:

    “Just stay open” is a movement headed up by Peggy Hall of She is from Southern California and has helped thousands of businesses stay open over the past year. She has hundreds of videos discussing the legality of the mandate, the lockdowns, the curfews and more. She also has documents you can download with instructions on how to go maskless, how to confront corporate retailers on their (illegal) mask policies, and how to SUE any business that has refused service to you unless you willingly put on a “self-suffocation” face diaper. Her videos are very educational.

  9. Belinda says:

    Thank you for this great article.
    Make sure local and state elected officials go down as the unpatriotic schmucks who killed the economy on their watch. Remember their names! Put up old campaign signs or make a sign or distribute a flier listing officials’ names and the words (or whatever strikes you), STOP WRECKING OUR CITY and STATE ECONOMY! KEEP SMALL BUSINESSES OPEN.

  10. Wendy Hoy Bright says:

    I wrote to you already, before I found this response area on your page, Jon. Please check out for information about plans to open Ontario Canada on January 16, 2020.
    Thank you for all you do.

  11. David Puu says:

    Thank you for being that voice crying out in the wilderness Jon. It matters in a significant way.

  12. Roundball Shaman says:

    “It’s jailbreak time for you. FORCE THE ECONOMY OPEN.”

    It’s hard to convince people to be open and free if they don’t seem to want to be.

    If people were uncomfortable with these restrictions they would have strongly reacted two weeks into the original lockdown (as “The Authorities” assured us that’s all the time they needed).

    But people got used to it. The got comfortable with it. Many even LIKE it… “You mean I can stay home?! And get paid! And my kids can stay home and out of school! And the government is sending us money for nothing! And I can get people to deliver food to my house so I don’t have to take my robe off! And I can spend all day on social media sharing crap with other people also staying home and sharing crap? Sign me up! Weeee! I love this!”

    Sure, there are many hard-working business owners that are being completely erased and hate all of this. And a few other people who still retain some personal dignity.

    But they are not important in the eyes of all these great overly-empowered so-called officials who now have seized the power of life and death over us and our lives and businesses and futures.

    People are coming to love their enslavement. Happy slaves… has a ring to it, right? Soon, the desire for real normality will be bred completely out of us and we will wait for our crumbs to fall from the Big Table with all the Big Players seated there gorging themselves on all this conjured wealth and laughing at us as we tussle with each other for their paltry leavings. That’s always been the place for us They had in mind.
    Watch them smile…

  13. george says:

    The problem is that Californians are fleeing the socialist state but they are bringing socialist ideas to other states. they are like jihadist running from muslim countries.

    Just stay in California if you are a socialist.

    • Frank G L says:

      I need to point out a serious problem with HCQ which everyone seems to ignore.

      Potassium vs sodium balance is a massively prevalent problem, skewed very excessively to sodium (obviously). Humans are clever like that. That happens to relate to things like brain, CNS, heart and much more. That imbalance is a causative factor of things like hypertension.

      It happens to be one of those common problems associated with covid and related deaths. It also relates to those reports of brain and heart damage for covid patients.

      So HCQ causes more sodium retention and can cause, say, potassium deficiency, hypokalemia. Some doctors are not very good, others are not informed, others yet are malicious.

      • Larry C says:

        It was my understanding, that those who had ‘side effects’ following HCQ treatment, were given THREE TIMES THE RECOMMENDED DOSAGE.

        • Frank G L says:

          Hey I dunno, I’m just pointing out it worsens a very common problem, if it’s used. So people should be careful.

          Personally, I would never use HCQ/Remdesivir or practically any medication they suggest.

          • No More Lies says:

            Personally, I would not take any medication they recommend. Go in for a pain, how fast they write you a prescription withOUT EVER addressing WHY you are having pain. Western medicine is a sales/marketing business. MOST of these drug pushers want you to believe they know what your body needs. YOU don’t! I keep seeing people still, to this day, freaked out. Wearing masks ALL THE TIME! In their cars. Walking. Biking. You can tell who watches mainstream and BELIEVES it. Media motto: shove it in their faces 24/7 and, eventually, they’ll believe the lies.

  14. Epicurious says:

    When the Brits were recently polled 7% were against lockdowns and 79% agreed with lockdowns thus 14% were undecided. I wonder what those numbers would be in CA. If similar then there is no hope of a Jailbreak HOWEVER hope springs eternal. I just read an article at Streetwise Professor in which he articulates the differences in frontier-man individualism vs today’s collectivism mindset as follows:

    Let’s hope the frontier spirit re-emerges in CA and soon.

    • george says:

      I guess it is worse in CA.
      14% in uk that were against were probably Muslims, as brits are completely enslaved. and happy with that.

    • Frank G L says:

      Britain, along with Germany (which makes sense since they are practically the same people) are probably some of the most brainwashed societies in the world.

      I mean, previously, they were convinced to kill each, even though they’re mostly the same family.

      At least in China, it’s easier to excuse the “compliance”.

    • Piksil says:

      Wow is right!!

      Thoroughly covered in the US, just as the Wuhan study of Nov ’20 that showed 0% asymptomatic transmission of ‘CoVid’….wait, I guess said coverage was interrupted by the “Chasos at the Capital”.

      I do like that this report states more than once that the ‘virus’ has never been properly isolated, and they are still able to show the near ineffectiveness of rtPCR (~3% effective, at 25-30 CT!), even IF it had been properly isolated. Boom. Boom!

      I hope that someone has an external hard drive to save this!!

      • Frank G L says:

        Here’s a nice page regarding MurdeRNA.

        “Enabling Drug Discovery & Development

        We built Moderna on the guiding premise that if using mRNA as a medicine works for one disease, it should work for many diseases. And, if this is possible – given the right approach and infrastructure – it could meaningfully improve how medicines are discovered, developed and manufactured.”

        That sounds SO reassuringly “scientific”.

        “Our Operating System

        Recognizing the broad potential of mRNA science, we set out to create an mRNA technology platform that functions very much like an operating system on a computer. It is designed so that it can plug and play interchangeably with different programs. In our case, the “program” or “app” is our mRNA drug – the unique mRNA sequence that codes for a protein.”

        And here’s a reminder how well THAT went.

        “UCSF Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Peter Chin-Hong said 25-50% of 75,000 patients involved in the Pfizer and Moderna trials experienced some side effects. Fifteen percent of them were more serious and needed more than a day to recover.

        “It’s your body’s immune system trying to get activated because it’s seeing this new thing and the way that it gets activated is the way you’re feeling which is inflammation,” Chin-Hong said.

        Christ it sounds like Trump said that.

        You have got to be an absolute moron to support or get that, no offense to the ignorant idiots who do.

        Firstly, covid was not isolated. Secondly, what covid SHOULD be was then suggested and synthesized by your wonderful eugenicist/pharma friends.

        They decided, btw, that much of covid happens to be your own body’s protein descriptions (it is actually a purely internal result from toxicity and deficiency, does not spread, but anyway, I won’t go through that in this post).

        Much of those descriptions, part of your immune system.

        So now, they said some part of YOU is covid. Think about it. The vaccine then, is designed to disable/kill/hijack that, due to protein homology, it results in say, autoimmune issues. Very significant issues.

        So they demonized your body, and now they want you to take toxic shit that worsens that and essentially give you a sort of combination of polio and aids, symptomatically.

        • Jim says:

          Why did you say no offense to the idiots supporting this? Why worry about offending people stupid enough to think this shot is a good idea? It’s the masses of such stupid people who drown out those with the sense to know better. Personally, I am cheering them on as they stand in line for days to get their shot. Liberty and stupidity do not mix.

          • Frank G L says:

            Well, it is only a half apology, somewhat sarcastic, with two meanings for those “who get that”.

            Basically, a lot of people are simply misinformed, misled and in denial, particularly children.

            I won’t necessarily say they’re stupid.

          • Jim says:

            This is the information age. With just a few keystrokes I can find out just about anything. If they’re too stupid to push a few words into a search engine,then they are stupid. Their decision to not know is a choice they made. And since intelligence is strongly linked with the ability to make good choices, they are,by definition, stupid.

          • Frank G L says:

            Jim, if a child or infant somewhere is abused by an adult, was the child stupid?

            That is the principle. Even for older people, very few even consider that their “caretakers” would’ve abused them, or be ignorant about their safety, negligent.

            Many of those people are in denial. Were you vaccinated as a child?

            And, now google, search engines, “science” sites, continually peddle dis- and misinformation. Censoring things, too.

            Sometimes other things happen to people who do spread truth, like a virus, as well.

            You are “old”, experienced, you’ve spent a LOT of time with this stuff. Expecting that from a guy in a jungle, or a child in india, china or africa is what I would call rather ignorantly egocentric.

          • Jim says:

            I’m not watching infants stand in line for days. I’m watching grown-ups stand in line for days. Do you always employ logical fallacies, or is it just here?

          • Frank G L says:

            You are not watching infants standing in lines. That’s nice.

            Billions of children get vaccinated, imposed on.

            So please explain how that’s logical fallacy, just because YOU choose to be ignorant.

          • Jim says:

            You are worse than the government with your constant think of the children whining. Newsflash! We’re talking about the covid vaccine. For the moment, only adults are getting it. You can’t ever stay on topic. What a whiny little bitch.

  15. Bill says:

    Well this is a step in the right direction. Not sure why it took them so long to do this.
    Official Recall Campaign Targeting California Governor Gavin Newsom Surpasses 1 million Signature Plateau

  16. Greg C. says:

    It has to be done en masse. The cops go for the person separated from the herd – the lone surfer, the grandma feeding pigeons, the salon owner.

    There should be daily “marches” of thousands without masks, with high visibility but not breaking any legitimate laws. Not shouting in anger, not making noise, just letting the simple act of walking together be an act of defiance. Bring lots of children, grandparents. No signs or slogans. Just asserting their existence as a fact that cannot be denied. Every day, twice a day.

  17. Deuce says:

    Yeah sure. When those Californians revolt will they blame Antifa too? So they can proudly say they followed the rules of their usurpers? Wednesday should be all the proof you need that this isn’t happening. That the best you can expect from Americans, especially Californians, is that they will roll over and play dead while their entire lives are stolen right in front of their faces. If you need any evidence that what I’m saying is the dead on truth, I’ll refer you to ALL OF REALITY.

  18. george says:

    ‘British women fined for walking. told by police than carrying tea is classed as picnic’

    do not expect any wake-up from general sheppopulation. they are braindead. I am not sure we can call them humans anymore. They lost the things that differentiate humans from animals: thinking and awareness.

    • Frank G L says:

      Sorry, you are mistaken about animals regarding thinking and awareness.

      But, not only did those “people” you talk about lose those abilities, they willingly embraced their capitulation.

      Aside from that, the animals have two either things, they don’t. A spirit and a soul.

      Robots don’t have either. But I guess they can “technically” be “aware” or “think”. Let’s see what the smartphone says…because if the smartphone is the smart part of the equation, that must mean I’m even cleverer to have one. I wonder what the dumb part of the equation is, though?

    • Jim says:

      In the art of worldly wisdom, Balthazar Gracian said that it took work to become human. One has to reveal the statue in the stone. Those who don’t put in the effort are just mindless beasts. Not animals. Humans are animals still. Though few are as good as a dog.

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