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Chinese document discussing weaponising coronaviruses provides ‘chilling’ information – Sky News host Sharri Markson has assessed “chilling” details from a document produced by Chinese military scientists, in which they discussed weaponising SARS coronaviruses five years before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. 
          Ms Markson said the book was written by People’s Liberation Army scientists and senior Chinese public health officials in 2015.
          The documents describe SARS coronaviruses as heralding a “new era of genetic weapons” and said they can be “artificially manipulated into an emerging human – disease virus, then weaponised and unleashed in a way never seen before”.
          The Chinese-language paper is called ‘The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapons’.
         “The document also talks about the psychological terror that bioweapons can cause, it’s chilling,” Ms Markson said.
         “To be clear … while intelligence agencies suspect, and they’ve been investigating this since early last year, that COVID-19 may be the result of an accidental leak from a Wuhan lab, there is no suggestion it was an intentional release.
          “The significance of this paper is that it offers a rare insight into how senior scientists at one of the PLA’s most prominent military universities, where high levels of defence research were conducted, were thinking about biological research.”

It won’t be long til the pod people treat carnivory the same way they treat “racism.” They will shamefully, tearfully admit they used to eat meat. They will confess their bewilderment that they ever thought this was ok. Probably within a decade, these things will come to pass.
          The rest of this thread is and will be dedicated to chronicling the ongoing war on meat. They want you to eat bugs to weaken you and to humiliate you, but most of all the way the disgusting, sanctimonious thrill of a new prohibition.
          More and more you will celebrities and politicians conspicuously eating bugs. The propaganda floodgate has already opened, and we reactionary cranks have noticed, and the feeling in the air is like 2014. The overton window is closing.
          Meat recipes, traditional recipes that connect you to your heritage and your culture and your ancestors, will first be stigmatized, and then erased
           Prestigious restaurants will abandon meat, and these trends will cascade, like a waterfall, into bugman middle class strivers
          Insect-based foods will occupy larger and larger proportions of supermarket space. And they will be subsidized, cheap, disguised at first as things you enjoy.

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools…

A New Berry Bush for the Garden, by Paul Bonneau

Someone was pounding on the door, making a terrible racket. Old Jack made haste to open it up.

“I am here to inventory and collect your guns, according to the recent National Security Order 2015-142. Apparently, you failed to take them down to a collection depot.” The big, overweight stooge flipped a badge out and flipped it back in a bored manner, putting it into his pocket before Jack could get a look at it. He pushed his way into the house and Jack hurriedly got out of the way, protesting feebly. He followed the man into the living room and sat down on the couch.

“Well, I used to have some guns but…” The agent interrupted him, “…but you lost them all in a boating accident. I’ve heard it before, many times. Do you realize that if we search the house and find one gun, catching you in a lie, you are already going to be serving time? At your age you may die in a cage. So don’t even start with me. We don’t know exactly what guns you have, but we know you have a fair number due to the NICS checks, and we have a fair guess what they are, unless you’ve been doing some trading. And no, we didn’t erase that background check data as the law prescribed. Only a fool would believe such a thing. So start getting your guns out and piling them on the table.” The agent started examining Jill’s items on the coffee table. He looked up and said, “Well? Snap to it! And have your wife get me a fucking cup of coffee.”

Jack stopped for a minute; then he said, “Do you have a valid search warrant?”

“Don’t test my patience, idiot. That nonsense is all done for, for as long as the National Security emergency continues.” The fat slob was clearly enjoying himself.

Jack heard a noise behind him. “Stand aside, Jack,” Jill calmly said. He hurriedly moved to the right just as he saw the agent’s eyes grow round and shortly thereafter heard a “BOOM, BOOM” of her double-barrelled 20-guage. “Sorry, there is no coffee on the burner right now,” she said.Revelation 22 | Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb 2 down the middle of the great street of the city. On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations. 3 No longer will there be any curse. The throne of God and of the Lamb will be in the city, and his servants will serve him. 4 They will see his face, and his name will be on their foreheads. 5 There will be no more night. They will not need the light of a lamp or the light of the sun, for the Lord God will give them light. And they will reign for ever and ever.Slab City offered quirky isolation, but there’s no escaping a pandemic “We don’t wear masks. We share the same marijuana pipe. We don’t wash the shot glasses at the local bar,” said Peter Passalacqua, 51, as he jumped onto his stripper pole and twirled on his elevated dance floor. After a mini-performance, bedecked in a glimmering gold-fringed skirt, he sat on his mattress with his dog, Puppito, and declared the pandemic a hoax.

In his open studio, he encourages guests to remove their masks and swig $1 shots at the nearby bar, Redrum Room.

“They’re just jonesing for something to do, man,” he said. If they give off the right vibe and bring steak dinners as gifts, Passalacqua said, he lets them spend the night at his camp free of charge.

Opinion | Are the sidewalks at Northwestern too White, too? When I first got to Northwestern, I wondered why walking around on campus could be so frustrating. Even when sidewalks were relatively empty, I would often have to walk way around people to pass without bumping into them. At first, I chalked it up to the geographic diversity of the school; maybe the people that came to this school were used to different ways of moving through a public place. But after talking to my Black friends about my experience, they echoed it: people at this predominantly White school would not move out of our way on the sidewalk.

Babbitt Is Back – As the political world grows in importance, civil society necessarily and inexorably shrinks. But civil society is where the results are. Yes, our superficial, nonintellectual, and media-drenched culture produces plenty of incurious Babbitts. But there they remain, localized and anodyne. The political world, by contrast, gives us Mencken’s charlatans, mountebanks, and bunco artists: people who create no value but live quite comfortably off those who do. People without skin in game, who are rewarded time and again for the grossest misdeeds and failures. Politics weaponizes the Babbitts, turning them into monsters otherwise harmless men and women who become true believers in their own mythology. If politics mattered less, the Joe Bidens and George W. Bushes of the world might have chosen to sell real estate like George Babbitt. We should have been so lucky.

Babbittry is a feature of mass democracy, not a bug. Unthinking acceptance is at the heart of what politicians sell, by necessity, in a country of 330 million people. If democracy is sacred, bunkum is sacred. The people selling us democracy believe in it the same wayGeorge F. Babbitt believes in a new listing from the Babbitt-Thompson Realty Company: in the most hollow and self-serving way imaginable.

From Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone (1912)
“‘All right, Dad. Go ahead, laugh.'”
“‘Well, Tom, I’m not ex­actly laugh­ing at you … it’s more at the idea than any­thing else. The idea of talk­ing over a wire and, at the same time, hav­ing light waves, as well as elec­tri­cal waves pass­ing over the same con­duc­tors!'”

“‘All right, Dad. Go ahead and laugh. I don’t mind,’ said Tom, good-naturedly. “‘Folks laughed at Bell, when he said he could send a human voice over a copper string …'”

Theoretical physics – like sex, but with no need to experiment The other prime example of using purely theoretical physics for something practical is the Global Positioning System (GPS). The GPS configuration consists of 24 satellites in high orbits around the Earth. The timing between your GPS receiver and these satellites can determine your position on the surface of the Earth to within a few meters. To achieve this level of precision, the clock ticks from the satellites must be known to an accuracy of billionths of a second. Einstein’s theories of relativity allow us to achieve that high accuracy. If these effects were not properly taken into account, your GPS data would be wrong after only two minutes, and the errors will keep growing….
Sometimes an application is immediately obvious: it did not take a leap of the imagination to envisage that Einstein’s equation E=mc2 (equating mass with energy) could be, and was, used to produce the weapon of mass destruction that is the atomic bomb. More often, however, the purpose is not apparent at the time of the theoretical breakthrough. “People love chopping wood. In this activity one immediately sees results,” commented Einstein.
The Spark Gap

Electricity: A hol­low con­duct­ing body car­ries all its charge on its outer sur­face. The field is there­fore zero at all places in­side the body.  This is the op­er­at­ing prin­ci­pal of the Fara­day cage, a con­duct­ing metal shell which iso­lates its in­te­rior from out­side elec­tri­cal ef­fects.
      A hol­low con­duct­ing body car­ries all its charge on its outer sur­face. The field is there­fore zero at all places in­side the body. This is the op­er­at­ing prin­ci­pal of the Fara­day cage, a con­duct­ing metal shell which iso­lates its in­te­rior from out­side elec­tri­cal ef­fects.

In 1850, Stateman William Glad­stone asked the sci­en­tist Michael Fara­day why elec­tric­ity was valu­able. Fara­day an­swered, “One day sir, you may tax it.”

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  • John The River May 14, 2021, 6:22 AM

    The chances that a government stooge will waltz in alone to be turned into plant food is rather low.

    If they send in SWAT teams to arrest 75 year old lawyers, they will travel in no smaller group when going after someone’s guns.

    The one thing I noticed and learned from the riots last year was the police seem to be nearby whenever the Antifa thugs are rolling hot. And are quick to pounce on any ‘citizen’ that defends themselves.

    At some point maybe some people will go hunting the government agents from certain agencies that are willing to execute Presidential EO. Or small groups of citizens will attempt to storm local police stations to free family members or neighbors that got targeted. Though I haven’t noticed that happening to any of the (hundreds?) of citizens jailed for the non-existent Capital Riot.

    Shortly after the shooting starts the death toll on all sides will quickly surpass that of this bogus plague.

    God help us all.

  • Mike Anderson May 14, 2021, 6:38 AM

    It ain’t just White People, and it ain’t just at Northwestern. At an impromptu Human Behaviour Symposium conducted in March on a ski lift at Park City Utah, all three conferees agreed that the anti-social Ass in the Way Syndrome (henceforth AiWS) is (a) prevalent in all social, economic, and ethnic groups and (b) manifests along a clear spectrum, ranging from aimless bumbling in supermarket aisles to abruptly stopping on a freeway on-ramp for no logical reason. Most common manifestations are people blocking halls or doorways talking to someone who’s ignoring them. The Army teaches an effective way to treat symptoms: a large muscular steely-eyed fellow rushes rapidly at the afflicted, shouting “Make a hole!” I’ve never seen it fail.

  • Rob De Witt May 14, 2021, 6:53 AM

    “As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”

    ― H.L. Mencken

  • Jack May 14, 2021, 6:54 AM

    Honey Badger don’t give a shit and neither does Jack. And it will be Jack who pulls that trigger, not the wife. She will have been evacuated to live with her children well ahead of that event

  • Anonymous May 14, 2021, 7:02 AM

    Three things necessary for a Police State:
    1) Malignant, narcissistic tyrants running the government
    2) Police
    3) Peons who – Solzhenitsyn

  • ghostsniper May 14, 2021, 9:37 AM

    Faraday cage: Priced copper netting recently? I have, just last week. It’s on the moon. I was thinking about stapling it to my office ceiling. I’ll just buy a new truck instead and keep the change.

    I have a 5 gallon water jug slammed with pennies, must weigh a hundred pounds. Now, how can I convert that into netting, say, 1/4″x1/4″, on my own?

    BTW, all this racial stuff is getting to the point of being hilarious and even more ignorable innit?
    Glad I don’t have to interact with mentally challenged persons.

  • Roy Lofquist May 14, 2021, 10:39 AM

    Can anyone remember a society where the citizens outgunned the authorities by ten to twenty to one? I have no idea what this means. Neither does anybody else. Terra incognita.

  • Snakepit Kansas May 14, 2021, 10:51 AM

    You MUST watch the badger video. Sweet Jesus that is funny!

  • James ONeil May 14, 2021, 11:38 AM

    Faraday cages cool but take a bit of planning & testing. Though a steel ammo box otta work; son put a phone in it, sealed & dialed the number. It rang his phone even wrapped in steel.

  • Dirk May 15, 2021, 8:47 AM

    Regarding F cages, over the years we’ve discovered a metal box, metal taped in all joints and seems doubled as needed, and isolated with metal lined insulation is gtg. The final function required is, a sort of tong and groove door, the doors must overlap. Ammo cans are gtg, but need insulation to keep the gear off the metal walls. All shelves need insulation top and bottom

    If we had one it would be 5 ft tall, three ft deep. If I had one it would be WWII mil surplus, heavy thicker metal construction.

    If we had one, it would be jam packed with hand held radios NODS, solar controllers, everything in duplicate, Plus.

    Guys if your building a cage don’t cut corners, don’t cheap out on insulation and metal tape, be generous while applying tape inside the cage.

    What’s the point of putting thousands of dollars of high speed kit in a cage if your not certain is gtg.