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Feinstein Dead, Milley Retires, Hope Springs Eternal

stock here, Now give me Soros. See below, Google is suppressing new of Feinstein death, that is ODD!? And higher up on the first page of results, Google presents a Fact Check saying she did not die.


Again, noted that Google is pushing the news of her death on to page 2, as if not to make it big news. Weird.



Different Lots of the Injections Can Re-Write your DNA, Now Proven

stock here: we kind of knew this all along, and why wouldn’t they also re-write your DNA? They are willing to snuff out, and apparently starve out, our elders in care homes, suffocating whilst no relatives can visit….what else wouldn’t they do?


Flat White

Scientists ‘shocked’ and ‘alarmed’ at what’s in the mRNA shots

Rebekah Barnett

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Rebekah Barnett

25 September 2023

5:00 AM

Early in 2023, genomics scientist Kevin McKernan made an accidental discovery. While running an experiment in his Boston lab, McKernan used some vials of mRNA Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines as controls. He was ‘shocked’ to find that they were allegedly contaminated with tiny fragments of plasmid DNA.

McKernan, who has 25 years’ experience in his field, ran the experiment again, confirming that the vials contained up to, in his opinion, 18-70 times more DNA contamination than the legal limits allowed by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

In particular, McKernan was alarmed to find the presence of an SV40 promoter in the Pfizer vaccine vials. This is a sequence that is, ‘…used to drive DNA into the nucleus, especially in gene therapies,’ McKernan explains. This is something that regulatory agencies around the world have specifically said is not possible with the mRNA vaccines.

Knowing that the contamination had not been disclosed by the manufacturers during the regulatory process, McKernan raised the alarm, posting his findings to Twitter (now X) and Substack with a call-out to other scientists to see if they could replicate his findings.

Other scientists soon confirmed McKernan’s findings, though the amount of DNA contamination was variable, suggesting inconsistency of vial contents depending on batch lots. One of these scientists was cancer genomics expert Dr Phillip Buckhaults, who is a proponent of the mRNA platform and has received the Pfizer Covid vaccine himself.

In September of this year, Dr Buckhaults shared his findings in South Carolina Senate hearing. ‘I’m kind of alarmed about this DNA being in the vaccine – it’s different from RNA, because it can be permanent,’ he told those present.

‘There is a very real hazard,’ he said, that the contaminant DNA fragments will integrate with a person’s genome and become a ‘permanent fixture of the cell’ leading to autoimmune problems and cancers in some people who have had the vaccinations. He also noted that these genome changes can ‘last for generations’.

Dr Buckhaults alleges that the presence of high levels of contaminant DNA in the mRNA vaccines ‘may be causing some of the rare but serious side effects, like death from cardiac arrest’. He added, ‘I think this is a real serious regulatory oversight that happened at the federal level.’

Dr Buckhaults’ concerns are shared by McKernan, who presented his findings to the FDA in June. At the time of writing, McKernan had not received any response from the FDA on the matter. Dr Buckhaults said in the Senate hearing that he had emailed his findings to the FDA, but he had not received a response either.

In Australia, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) maintains that Covid vaccines cannot alter a person’s DNA. A spokesperson for the TGA stated, ‘The mRNA in the vaccines does not enter the nucleus of cells and is not integrated into the human genome. Thus, the mRNA does not cause genetic damage or affect the offspring of vaccinated individuals.’

They also said, ‘All batches of Covid vaccines distributed to Australians have been tested for the presence of contaminants including residual DNA template levels.’

However, a legal case filed in the Australian Federal Court in July of this year alleges that the TGA is not the appropriate regulator of Covid mRNA vaccines because, under the Gene Technology Act (2000) definition, the DNA contamination is a genetically modified organism (GMO).

The plaintiff, Victorian doctor and pharmacist Dr Julian Fidge, is seeking an injunction to stop Pfizer and Moderna from distributing their mRNA Covid vaccines because they never obtained a license from the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR), which is the agency that oversees all GMO related products.

The TGA did not require tests for genotoxicity or carcinogenicity before providing provisional approval and, eventually, full registration of both the Moderna and Pfizer Covid vaccines. OGTR guidance strongly suggests such tests should be undertaken where there exists a risk of harm to human health.

McKernan, who provided expert advice on the case, agrees that the DNA contamination in the mRNA vaccines fits the Australian legal definition of a GMO. But there is also a second component of the mRNA vaccines that fits the definition.

That’s the mRNA itself, which is actually modified RNA wrapped in lipid nanoparticles (LNPs). The case argues that this ‘LNP-mod-RNA complex’ falls under the legal definition of a GMO and that, like the DNA contamination, it has the capacity to enter the cell nucleus and integrate into the human genome.

There is already at least one peer-reviewed scientific paper demonstrating that the Pfizer Covid vaccine mRNA can enter the human liver cell line and reverse transcribe into DNA in vitro (meaning in a lab dish).

Other studies cited in the case materials show the presence of spike protein mRNA in the nucleus of human cells, and evidence that acquired immune traits pass down to the offspring of mice pre-exposed to the Covid vaccine mRNA-LNP platform. This is suggestive that, once in the nucleus, the vaccine mRNA can be transferred and integrated with chromosomal DNA.

Taking both the LNP-mod-RNA complexes and the recently discovered DNA contamination present in the mRNA Covid vaccines, acting solicitor Katie Ashby Koppens says, ‘Every single person who has been injected with these products has received a GMO that has not been through the expert regulatory process in this country.’ She adds, ‘The human genome could be changed permanently, and no one was informed.’

Now, McKernan, Dr Buckhaults and other scientists are calling for urgent research to test whether the DNA contamination is lingering in the cells of mRNA vaccinated people, and whether the human genome has in fact been altered by mRNA Covid vaccines.


Since Mar 21, 2000, The UN Has Been Planned on White Replacement Via Immigration

stock here: here is the document. It’s right out in the open



Let’s Not Try to Prosecute ALL of the COVID Criminals, But How About the Top 30

stock here, seen on substack, adding some comments too. One commenter suggested a coordinated crowdsourced Doxxing of them all.


Dr. Stephen Bright (Janet Woodcock Sidekick)

Dr Califf

Leana Wen, M.D. @DrLeanaWen

Above “Doctor” is really a piece of work. never Trumper for sure, and all her worst Tweets remain at the top of her feed. I guess she is proud of them, although obviously now horrifically misguided. She is from China

YouTube leadership

Randi Weingarten



Quite right. Coming from the UK myself we have along list ourselves. I have covered three so far.


———————————— OK here is the substack list













Xavier Becerra (HHS’s new head)





Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (WHO)




Francis Collins

Mark Zuckerburg

Jack Dorsey



Stock Up On Life Saving Medicines, As FDA Granted More Power to Disrupt the Doctor / Patient Customized Care Relationship

stock here: do your own due diligence, $299


LA Stops mRNA Injection Mandates, 79 Colleges Continue with Mandates, Mostly in Crappy States or Battleground States

stock here: I was somewhat surprised that anyone continues on with Mandates for what has been known for years as a very dangerous injection.

I am surprised at the lack of lawsuits. Is the horror of it just so bad that those who lost loved ones just don’t want to relive it? Indeed, the Jab almost killed my Dad and his doctor went on to let him take another one whilst I was off in Hawaii. I am busy, but on this I would sue, but I think it could be very detrimental to my Dad, so I don’t.

So let’s talk about some news…..Review the list of colleges still pushing the Injections for a population of young people very unlikely to have large negative consequences, and almost for sure having got through a round of COVID or 3. True, though, their natural immunity may not be that great due to immune system damage from the Injections.

Here it is on Twitter if you do that sort of thing.

Note our “best and brightest” at Harvard.


stock here, archiving from Zerohedge. Takes a team to put together a timeline like this. It is amazing how long they can drag stuff out.


Timeline: What Did The Feds Not Do About Alleged Biden Family Corruption & When Did They Not Do It?

by Tyler Durden

Wednesday, Sep 27, 2023 – 03:20 PM

Authored by Ben Weingarten via RealClear Investigations,

  • Nov. 2018-June 2020: Hunter Biden Probe Begins; President Trump Impeached While Pursuing Biden-Ukraine Information; Alleged Justice Department Undermining of Probe Begins
  • June 2020-Dec. 2021: Evidence of Influence-Peddling With Nexus to Joe Biden Grows; Alleged Sabotage of Hunter Biden Probe Intensifies
  • Jan. 2022-Jan. 2023: Prosecution Sought and Denied; IRS Whistleblowers Blindsided by What They Characterize as U.S. Attorney David Weiss’ Apparent Lack of Authority
  • Feb. 2023-May 2023: Hunter’s Counsel Pleads Case Over Weiss’ Head; IRS Whistleblowers Emerge – and Face a Chill; Plea Deal Develops
  • June 2023: FBI Stonewalls Congress Over Alleged Burisma-Biden Bribes; Trump Indictments Grow; Plea Deal Emerges; Weiss Strains To Harmonize His Story With Attorney General Merrick Garland About His Claimed Ultimate Authority
  • July 2023: Burisma-Biden Bribes Document Released; Whistleblowers Testify About Obstructed Case Publicly; Hunter Biden’s Plea Deal Collapses in Court
  • Aug. 2023-Present: Another Trump Indictment; Weiss Gets Special Counsel Authority He Wasn’t Supposed To Need; Biden Impeachment Inquiry Opens; Hunter Hit With Gun Indictment

Timeline in Detail

Nov. 2018-June 2020:
Hunter Biden Probe Begins; President Trump Impeached While Pursuing Biden-Ukraine Information; Alleged Justice Department Undermining of Probe Begins

Nov. 2018: The Internal Revenue Service’s Washington D.C. office opens investigation into Hunter Biden, code name “Sportsman,” as an offshoot of a probe into a foreign-based amateur online pornography platform.

According to IRS Special Agent Joseph Ziegler, the case agent who will later turn whistleblower, evidence will emerge Biden paid prostitutes to cross state lines – potential Mann Act violations. It is not clear whether the Justice Department pursues.

Jan. 2019: According to Special Agent Ziegler, the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office and FBI open a separate Hunter Biden investigation.

March/April 2019: Ziegler develops criminal charging material approved by IRS superiors and sent to Justice Department’s tax division for review. The two entities will work jointly on the case, as is customary. The Washington, D.C. and Delaware investigations will be merged.

April 25, 2019: Joe Biden announces his candidacy for president.

Aug. 15, 2019: Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) commences what will become a multi-year investigation into Hunter Biden and Joe Biden’s brother James and their “financial connections to foreign governments and questionable foreign nationals.”

Sept. 24, 2019: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) opens impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump alleging Trump withheld Ukrainian aid to pressure officials to investigate the activities of Hunter and Joe Biden vis-à-vis the firing of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. In 2016, Biden leveraged $1 billion in U.S. aid to force Shokin’s firing. Shokin had been investigating Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company on whose board Hunter Biden had sat. Prosecutors will scrutinize Hunter over alleged tax crimes stemming from the hundreds of thousands of dollars Burisma paid him annually.

Oct. 2019: FBI learns that a Delaware computer repair shop obtained Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, and the following month verifies its authenticity.

Dec. 2019: FBI takes possession of the laptop and notifies IRS it “likely contained evidence of tax crimes,” according to IRS Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley. Shapley, Ziegler’s colleague, will lead his investigatory team and also turn whistleblower.

Dec. 8, 2019: In an interview, Joe Biden says “I don’t know what he was doing” regarding Hunter Biden’s Burisma work.

Dec. 18, 2019: House votes to impeach Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Jan. 27, 2020: Email evidence indicates that Hunter Biden has meeting with impeachment lawyers in Trump-Ukraine proceedings.

Feb. 5, 2020: Senate acquits Trump on a party-line vote, concluding first impeachment.

March 6-April 1, 2020: Shapley’s team prepares physical search warrants in Hunter Biden case. Having established probable cause for the warrants, IRS plans to conduct about 15 contemporaneous interviews. Shapley claims career DOJ officials halt IRS’ actions.

April 8, 2020: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) drops out of Democrat presidential primary, making Joe Biden the presumptive nominee.

June 16, 2020: Shapley tells IRS superiors “DOJ Tax has made a concerted effort to drag their feet concerning conducting search warrants and interviewing key witnesses in an effort to push those actions to a timeframe where they can invoke the Department of Justice rule of thumb concerning [ceasing activities] affecting elections.” Shapley alleges superiors took no action.

June 2020-Dec. 2021:
Evidence of Influence-Peddling with Nexus to Joe Biden Grows;
Alleged Sabotage of Hunter Biden Probe Intensifies

June 30, 2020: FBI informant tells handler that Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky told him he had been coerced into paying Joe and Hunter Biden $5 million apiece in exchange for help getting Shokin fired. This is memorialized in an FBI FD-1023 form. Shapley’s team will not see the document until years later, after being thrown off the case.

Aug.-Sept. 2020: IRS agents obtain WhatsApp messages between an executive from Chinese energy company CEFC and Hunter Biden from summer 2017, in which Biden says, “I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled,” regarding a deal with the company. Biden threatens that should the deal not be resolved with the Chinese government-connected company’s executives – “I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows … you will regret not following my direction.”

Investigators believe Biden was staying at the family’s Delaware beach guest house at this time. They seek location data for messages to corroborate in part whether Joe was with Hunter.

The now-infamous WhatsApp message obtained by IRS agents.
Miranda Devine (NY Post)/X

Sept. 3, 2020: Delaware Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf shoots down plan to nail down the Bidens’ location during the China call. According to Shapley, Wolf says while “a lot of evidence in our investigation would be found in the guest house … there is no way we will get that approved.” Wolf cites “optics” as a “driving factor in the decision.”

Shapley also recalls prosecutors did not want investigators reviewing CEFC communications, irrespective of any potential national security implications.

Wolf also indicates that a search warrant for emails from Blue Star Strategies, a Democrat-tied firm that lobbied for Burisma, in Shapley’s words, “would likely not get approved.” The agent adds, “This was a significant blow to the Foreign Agents Registration Act piece of the investigation” – that is, whether Hunter Biden lobbied for foreign individuals and entities as an unregistered foreign agent, a felony.

Sept. 4, 2020: Justice Department issues “cease and desist” of investigative activities in Hunter Biden case in run-up to the presidential election.

Sept. 7, 2021: Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), then ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, begins probe into sales of Hunter Biden’s paintings after he turns to art as a career. The sales raise ethical and national security concerns, in the view of House Republicans, given the lack of clarity about who the buyers are. The parties pursued will largely ignore requests while Republicans are in minority. The White House waves off ethics concerns. 

Sept. 23, 2020: Sen. Grassley and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) release report revealing “millions of dollars in questionable financial transactions between Hunter Biden and his associates and foreign individuals, including the wife of the former mayor of Moscow and individuals with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.”

Oct. 14, 2020: New York Post breaks the story of the abandoned Hunter Biden laptop. Among the paper’s revelations: Hunter introduced then-Vice President Biden to a top Burisma executive in April 2015, months before the vice president would help get Shokin fired. This is at odds with the Democrat presidential nominee’s claim he had “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.” Twitter and Facebook suppress the story.

Oct. 19, 2020: Politico publishes letter signed by 51 prominent intelligence community officials indicating the New York Post’s story “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”

Oct. 20, 2020: Investigators seek to do a “walk by” to confirm the location of and security around Hunter Biden’s California residence in preparation for an interview. DOJ Tax objects.

Oct. 22, 2020: Shapley raises concern to prosecutors that his team has not been granted access to Hunter Biden’s laptop. Assistant U.S. Attorney Wolf confirms prosecutors kept it from investigators, which Shapley calls “unprecedented.”

Wolf also indicates prosecutors would not permit a physical search warrant on Hunter Biden.

During the final presidential debate that evening, Biden rebuts claims about his family’s business dealings, citing the intelligence community letter. Biden also says, “My son has not made money, in terms of this thing about … China … The only guy that made money from China is this guy [Trump] … nobody else has made money from China.” Biden also states unequivocally, “I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life.”

Oct. 23, 2020: Justice Department and FBI Special Agents from the Pittsburgh field office brief Wolf, among others, on contents of FD-1023 alleged Burisma-Biden bribes. It’s later learned that the Pittsburgh office believed that the allegations seemed credible, was partially corroborated, and merited investigation.

Nov. 3-Nov. 7, 2020: The 2020 presidential election. Joe Biden wins and elected as the 46th U.S. president.

Nov. 9, 2020: Sen. Grassley sends letter to then-Attorney General William Barr calling on Justice Department to review evidence that Hunter Biden and James Biden may have violated the Foreign Agent Registrations Act based on their dealings with CEFC.

Nov. 18, 2020: Sens. Grassley and Johnson release a supplement to their report on potential conflicts of interest stemming from the Biden family’s foreign business, including additional CEFC findings.

Dec. 3, 2020: Investigators prepare for a Dec. 8 “day of action,” to consist of document requests and some 12 interviews, including of Hunter Biden. As investigators meet with prosecution team at Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office, Lesley Wolf allegedly indicates she does not want them asking questions of subjects pertaining to Joe Biden.

Dec. 7, 2020: Investigators plan to notify Hunter Biden and his Secret Service protection on the morning of Dec. 8 that he will be approached that day for an interview as part of an official investigation.

Deviating from the plan, FBI headquarters notifies Secret Service headquarters and President-elect Biden’s transition team of coming interview, in Shapley’s words “essentially tipp[ing] off a group of people very close to President Biden and Hunter Biden,” and giving “this group an opportunity to obstruct the approach on the witnesses.”

Dec. 8, 2020: Hunter Biden’s attorneys call Shapley and his FBI counterpart, indicating Hunter will not participate in an interview. Investigators secure only “one substantive interview” on day of action, from Hunter Biden business associate Rob Walker. During that interview, skirting Wolf’s instructions, investigators briefly pursue a line of questioning wherein Walker discusses Joe’s involvement in Hunter’s business.

Dec. 9, 2020: News of Hunter probe becomes public, with reporting suggesting investigation extends beyond Hunter’s taxes to potential money laundering and financial ties to foreign figures and businesses. Hunter releases a statement: “I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately.”

Dec. 10-14, 2020: From the “day of action,” investigators find that documents concerning one of Hunter’s business entities, Owasco, were archived in a northern Virginia storage unit. Investigators prepare to search it. Wolf, according to Shapley, tips off Hunter’s defense counsel to the planned search, possibly thwarting a potential investigative coup.

March 2, 2021: In a Shapley-convened briefing, investigators mention possibility of blowing whistle on the Justice Department’s handling of the case.

May 3, 2021: In memo to superiors, Shapley indicates probe “has been hampered and slowed by claims of potential election meddling. Through interviews and review of evidence obtained, it appears there may be campaign finance criminal violations … Wolf stated on the last prosecution team meeting that she did not want any of the agents to look into the allegation.”

Aug. 18, 2021-Oct. 21, 2021: Wolf suggests DOJ Tax will not approve another set of desired interviews. According to Shapley, Wolf indicates that the investigative team would get “into hot water” specifically if it pursued planned interviews of the president’s grandchildren over charges made with Hunter Biden’s credit card possibly by his kids.

Oct. 13, 2021: Hunter Biden’s friend Kevin Morris loans him $1.4 million to settle outstanding taxes. Subsequent reporting suggests that all told, Morris will pay off well over $2 million in delinquent taxes on behalf of the president’s son.

Jan. 2022-Jan. 2023:
Prosecution Sought and Denied; IRS Whistleblowers Blindsided by Weiss’ Apparent Lack of Authority

Jan. 27, 2022: IRS recommends charging Hunter Biden for felony tax evasion and filing of false tax returns in 2014, 2018, and 2019, and misdemeanor failure to file or pay taxes for 2015-2019. Such charges each have a six-year statute of limitations.

Feb. 25, 2022: IRS sends report outlining charges to Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office. Wolf and, according to Shapley, her DOJ Tax counterpart support the IRS’ recommendations. DOJ Tax prepares memo recommending prosecution, the IRS whistleblowers learn. They will not see the memo.

March 2022: DOJ Tax presents prosecution memo to U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia laying out alleged offenses chargeable in that venue. Prosecutors aim to charge Hunter Biden criminally over foreign income from Burisma “and a scheme to evade his income taxes through a partnership with a convicted felon,” Devon Archer, as well as “potential FARA issues.” Shapley learns the Biden-appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, Matthew Graves, reviews the memo but refuses to partner with his Delaware counterpart. “We in the IRS didn’t realize at the time that meant there was no ability to charge there” – that is, that without Graves’ buy-in, Weiss as Delaware U.S. Attorney could not bring his case in Washington, D.C. – Shapley testifies.

During this period, DOJ requests of IRS and FBI all “management-level emails and documents on this case.” Whistleblowers indicate that typically such materials are collected at sub-management level in advance of discovery in connection with an impending case. Shapley provides “sensitive case reports and memorandums” documenting “DOJ’s continued unethical conduct,” which he had been providing superiors for several years.

Facing impending charges, and with statutes of limitation set to lapse on 2014 and 2015 tax offenses, Hunter’s defense counsel reportedly calls for prosecutors not to charge, indicating willingness to sign statute of limitation extensions. Prosecutors and Biden’s counsel will agree to multiple extensions.

March 14, 2022: Prosecutors have first taxpayer conference with defense counsel, allowing target to dispute charges.

March 28-29, 2022: Sens. Grassley and Johnson release financial records corroborating prior reports on Hunter and James Biden’s business with Chinese nationals connected to the Chinese Communist Party.

April 26, 2022: Attorney General Merrick Garland defends Hunter Biden investigation before Senate Appropriations Committee, indicating “There will not be interference of any political or improper kind” in the probe, that it will be free of “any influence from the White House,” and that Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, the “Trump appointee” overseeing the case “is in charge.”

The same day, according to Special Agent Ziegler’s deposition, prosecutors have second taxpayer conference with Hunter Biden’s defense counsel. During that conference, Politico later reports, Biden’s lawyers present a 100-page presentation to dissuade DOJ from charging him. Lawyers focus on casting the prosecution as political – driven from start by Trump – and suggest that to carry it out would damage DOJ’s reputation.

May 9, 2022: Sens. Grassley and Johnson send letter to Weiss asking whether he possesses financial records to the Bidens’ China dealings, including those the senators had publicized. Weiss does not answer, with the Justice Department interceding.

July 25, 2022: Sen. Grassley writes to AG Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray alleging whistleblowers disclosed to his office that in fall 2020, the FBI obtained information about Hunter Biden’s alleged criminal financial and related activity, only to bury and halt investigation of it by claiming it was disinformation.

Aug. 12, 2022: IRS whistleblowers learn that Chris Clark, Hunter Biden’s counsel, warns prosecutors that if they charge Hunter, they will be committing “career suicide.”

Late Aug.-Early Sept. 2022: In meeting with investigators, Weiss indicates he agrees with IRS team regarding charging 2014-15 tax years, but says DOJ Tax has doubts about case. When asked when Weiss will charge, he says, according to Special Agent Ziegler, “hopefully end of September. It was kind of up in the air.”

Mid-Sept. 2022: E. Martin Estrada is appointed U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California, the proper venue for charging tax offenses from 2016-19 based on Hunter’s residence there. Prosecutors present charges to Estrada’s office the week he is confirmed.

Sept. 22, 2022: Wolf tells investigators that prosecutors will not take action until after midterm elections, despite DOJ’s Public Integrity Section never issuing such an order.

Oct. 6, 2022: The Washington Post publishes article indicating there is sufficient evidence to charge Hunter with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase. Chris Clark accuses investigators of leaking information and calls on Justice Department to pursue leakers.

Oct. 7, 2022: In a meeting, Weiss tells colleagues at IRS and FBI that, according to a direct quote recounted by Shapley, “I’m not the deciding official on whether charges are filed.” Weiss also states that D.C. U.S. Attorney Graves will not allow him to bring charges there. The FBI special agent in charge of the FBI’s Baltimore office, overseeing the investigation and present at the meeting, will later reportedly challenge these claims. Weiss also indicates he had asked for special counsel authority from DOJ after Graves declined the charges and was denied. Weiss says he will not be bringing charges against Hunter for the 2014-15 tax years, the statute of limitations for which are to expire in Nov. 2022. “Everyone in that meeting seemed shellshocked … I felt misled” regarding Weiss’ apparent lack of authority, Shapley testified.

Oct. 12, 2022: IRS criminal investigation team conducts final interview.

Oct. 13, 2022: Sen. Grassley delivers letter to AG Garland, FBI Director Wray, and Weiss indicating that based on protected whistleblower disclosures to his office, “the FBI has within its possession significant, impactful and voluminous evidence with respect to potential criminal conduct by Hunter Biden and James Biden.” Letter calls into question whether authorities have pursued the leads whistleblowers detailed to Grassley concerning an alleged pay-to-play scheme involving CEFC and potential criminal conduct involving Hunter’s business with   and its owner Zlochevsky.

Oct. 17, 2022: Last meeting in which prosecutors include Shapley’s IRS criminal investigations team.

Oct. 24, 2022: Prosecutors ask IRS for Shapley’s records, in which he had documented alleged prosecutorial misconduct during pendency of case. Shapley and Ziegler will both testify that requesting management communications is highly unusual. The agents indicate that subsequently, the IRS team will be phased out of case.

Oct. 26, 2022: Sens. Grassley and Johnson send letter to Weiss stating that in light of DOJ’s failure to respond to oversight requests concerning their congressional investigation, they are delivering more than 200 pages of records “relating to the Biden family’s connections to the Chinese regime and persons connected to its military and intelligence elements.”

Oct. 31, 2022: In a letter to Weiss, Clark threatens to put President Biden on the stand should the DOJ charge Hunter criminally.

Nov. 2022: After previously agreeing to multiple statute of limitation extensions regarding the 2014 and 2015 tax offenses with Hunter’s counsel concerning Burisma, prosecutors let the statutes of limitation expire – despite willingness of Biden team to continue extending, according to Shapley.

Nov. 15, 2022: Donald Trump announces his candidacy for president.

Late 2022: The New York Times reports that by this time, Weiss “had found some evidence but determined that he did not have sufficient grounds to indict [Hunter] Biden for major felonies.” It adds that one source indicated Weiss preferred not to bring any charges, even misdemeanors, though another denied it.

Jan. 2023: Shapley learns U.S. Attorney Estrada declines to bring charges in the Central District of California.

During this month, Clark will reportedly travel to Delaware and plead his case to Weiss to end the investigation into Hunter, indicating that how he handles the decision could have reputational consequences.

Feb. 2023-May 2023:
Hunter’s Counsel Pleads Case Over Weiss’ Head; IRS Whistleblowers Emerge – and Face a Chill; Plea Deal Develops

Feb. 1, 2023: Clark contacts multiple officials at Main Justice seeking contacts to whom he can appeal should Weiss charge Hunter. 

March 1, 2023: Under questioning from Sen. Grassley during a Judiciary Committee hearing, the attorney general testifies that Weiss “has full authority to make … referrals … or to bring cases in other districts if he needs to do that. He has been advised that he should get anything he needs. I have not heard anything from that office that suggests they are not able to do anything that the U.S. Attorney wants them to do.” Garland adds, “I promised to leave the matter of Hunter Biden in the hands of [Weiss and] … I have pledged not to interfere with that investigation … I have carried through on my pledge.”

March 16, 2023: House Oversight Committee releases records showing $1.3 million in payments from 2015-2017 flowing from Biden family associate Rob Walker to Hunter and James Biden, Joe’s late son Beau’s widow Hallie, and a fourth Biden. The bulk of the funds appear to come from Chinese energy company State Energy HK Limited.

March 18, 2023: Donald Trump says he will be indicted in New York.

April 4, 2023: Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg indicts Trump on falsified business record charges pertaining to a $130,000 nondisclosure payment to adult film performer Stormy Daniels.

April 19, 2023: Attorney on behalf of Shapley sends letter to relevant congressional committees indicating Shapley’s desire to make protected whistleblower disclosures to Congress. Letter leaks to Wall Street Journal.

April 24-25, 2023: Associate Deputy Attorney General Bradley Weinsheimer contacts Shapley’s counsel asking him for a call in light of Wall Street Journal reporting, and the two parties speak. The Daily Mail will later report that Shapley’s counsel felt Weinsheimer “seemed concerned and keen to investigate, and promised he would get Shapley’s team legal permission to share all the details of his allegations.”

April 26, 2023: Chris Clark finally lands sought-after meeting with Main DOJ, sitting down with Weinsheimer, alongside Weiss.

April 27, 2023: Under questioning in a House Ways and Means Committee hearing, IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel testifies that “there will be no retaliation for anyone making an allegation or called into a whistleblower hotline.”

May 3, 2023: Ranking Senate Budget Committee Member Grassley and House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.), submit letter to Garland and Wray indicating whistleblowers have disclosed the FBI possesses an FD-1023 alleging a criminal bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and a foreign national. The congressmen indicate that it is “unclear what steps, if any, were taken to investigate the matter,” and that therefore they will be reviewing the matter. Comer issues subpoena calling on FBI to produce FD-1023 forms aimed at capturing the alleged Burisma-Biden bribe document.

May 10, 2023: House Oversight Committee releases bank records memo revealing Biden family business deals in Romania and China.

May 11, 2023: Weinsheimer thanks Clark for meeting, indicates Hunter Biden investigation is reaching end, and prosecutors are prepared to make a deal.

May 15, 2023: Shapley learns his team has been removed from the Hunter Biden case at DOJ’s request, which his counsel reports to relevant House committees.

That same day, Delaware Assistant U.S. Attorney Wolf calls Clark, proposing a deal whereby Hunter will not have to plead guilty through use of a deferred prosecution agreement – satisfying Clark’s reported “core demand” of prosecutors. Clark indicates defense will draft a proposed agreement accordingly.

May 16, 2023: House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-Mo.) requests briefing from IRS Commissioner regarding perceived retaliation against IRS whistleblower.

That same day, Weinsheimer speaks with Shapley’s counsel. In an apparent change in tone, Weinsheimer indicates that DOJ headquarters will not be involved in the whistleblowers’ case. All issues are to run through Weiss. Shapley lawyer Mark Lytle will later say that Weinsheimer, after making “earlier promises and assurances … seemed no longer interested.” His co-counsel, Tristan Leavitt, says he believes that Weinsheimer “wanted intel from Gary [Shapley] before his Hill testimony,” which would come weeks later.

May 18, 2023: IRS’ Ziegler sends letter to IRS leadership recounting criticism over its lack of action in connection with concerns he and colleagues raised during Hunter Biden case, and expressing disappointment over Ziegler and his team having been removed from it.

That day, Hunter Biden’s lawyers send two Delaware prosecutors, including Wolf, the first draft of a proposed deal under which Hunter will not have to plead guilty. The deal would give Biden immunity from other potential offenses authorities had investigated – which would include Foreign Agent Registration Act charges – should he pay taxes owed, among other conditions. Delaware U.S. Attorney’s office, sympathetic to proposal, shares its own suggested terms that do not require Biden to plead guilty.

May 19, 2023: Two superiors respond to Special Agent Ziegler’s email with a reminder that “you need to follow your chain of command.” They insinuate he may have made “unauthorized disclosures” by including “potential grand jury” material, and including recipients unable to receive such material.

That same day, Hunter Biden’s lawyers prepare a draft pretrial diversion agreement covering tax and gun issues, guaranteeing immunity from prosecution of offenses previously investigated, and stating that DOJ will dismiss charges if Biden upholds his end of deal – no guilty plea necessary.

May 22, 2023: Shapley’s counsel sends another letter to relevant House committees indicating the IRS is taking additional retaliatory measures aimed at intimidating whistleblowers into silence.

May 23, 2023: In a major reversal, Wolf tells Hunter Biden’s counsel that Weiss now wants Biden to plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of failing to pay taxes.

May 24, 2023: In a CBS News interview, Shapley goes public with allegations DOJ “slow-walked” Hunter Biden probe.

May 25, 2023: IRS sends mass email to personnel instructing them as to proper protocol for reporting wrongdoing like that alleged in the Biden case. The email omits that such employees may bring their concerns to Congress.

Also that day, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) sends oversight letter to AG Garland requesting documents in connection with IRS whistleblowers’ removal from the Hunter Biden case.

May 26, 2023: Shapley testifies behind closed doors before House Ways and Means Committee to make protected whistleblower disclosures.

June 2023:
FBI Stonewalls Over Alleged Burisma-Biden Bribes; Trump Indictments Grow; Plea Deal Emerges; Weiss Strains To Harmonize His Story With AG Garland About His Claimed Ultimate Authority

June 1, 2023: Ziegler testifies behind closed doors before the House Ways and Means Committee to make protected whistleblower disclosures.

June 2, 2023: After DOJ reportedly communicates to Hunter Biden’s counsel that he would need to plead guilty to tax charges, and counsel agrees he will do so for two misdemeanor counts of willfully failing to pay taxes – but not gun charge – Biden’s counsel expresses in email to Wolf that immunity is critical. Parties move forward on two-part deal consisting of plea agreement for tax charges and pretrial diversion agreement covering gun charge.

June 6, 2023: Sen. Grassley delivers speech linking July 25, 2022, allegation FBI had sat on and buried evidence of Hunter Biden’s alleged criminal financial activity in 2020 on grounds it was “disinformation,” to FD-1023 alleging Burisma-Biden bribes. He asks whether allegation was dismissed by being falsely labeled “disinformation.”

June 7, 2023: Following a series of correspondences and meetings in which the FBI refuses to turn over the FD-1023, or even acknowledge its existence, FBI relents in permitting Chairman Comer, Ranking Member Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) in camera reviews of redacted version of document. Reviewers can neither retain nor take notes on document. With FBI resisting calls to produce document to full committee, Chairman Comer releases resolution and report recommending FBI Director Wray be held in contempt of Congress.

The same day, Wolf proposes plea deal to Hunter Biden’s counsel including global immunity provision. The deal also includes a protective measure whereby Justice Department can only prosecute Hunter Biden for gun charge if he breaks deal – as determined by presiding judge, not DOJ, providing protection from a future Republican administration.

Also that day, Weiss responds on behalf of DOJ to Chairman Jordan’s May 25 letter to AG Garland. In response, Weiss says “I want to make clear that, as the Attorney General has stated, I have been granted ultimate authority over this matter [the Hunter Biden case], including responsibility for deciding where, when, and whether to file charges and for making decisions necessary to preserve the integrity of the prosecution.”

June 8, 2023: Special Counsel Jack Smith indicts Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.

The same day, prosecutors send Hunter Biden plea agreement to presiding Delaware Judge Maryellen Noreika.

June 9, 2023: Former Attorney General Bill Barr says FD-1023 alleging Burisma-Biden bribes “was provided to the ongoing investigation in Delaware to follow up on and to check out” via the Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney’s Office, which served as a “clearinghouse” for evidence to be received and vetted in connection with the case.

June 12, 2023: Shapley submits affidavit to Congress indicating neither he, his team, nor the FBI agents working with it were ever provided the information contained in the FD-1023. In a June 19 letter, Ziegler will indicate the same.

June 13, 2023: Donald Trump is arraigned in the classified documents case, pleading not guilty.

Unbeknownst to the public, prosecutors had planned to file the Hunter Biden plea deal documents in Delaware federal court that day. They postpone.

June 20, 2023: Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office announces it has reached plea deal with Hunter Biden charging him with two misdemeanor tax offenses covering tax years 2017 and 2018, and entered into a pre-trial diversion agreement regarding a firearm charge. Absent from the charges are those stemming from Hunter’s Burisma work, or any charges relating to FARA.

Republicans pan the pact as a sweetheart plea deal illustrative of a two-tier justice system, with some indicating it violates DOJ standards. Hunter Biden’s attorney declares, “It is my understanding that the five-year investigation into Hunter is resolved.” Weiss’ office claims the investigation remains “ongoing,” according to the New York Times, at the time “taking Mr. Biden and officials at Justice Department headquarters by surprise.”

Around this time, the Times reports, Wolf’s role shrinks. Leo Wise, a senior prosecutor from the Baltimore U.S. attorney’s office, is detailed to Delaware. He will ultimately sign off on and defend the plea agreement in court.

June 22, 2023: House Ways and Means Committee releases transcripts of Shapley and Ziegler interviews.

Chairman Jordan sends oversight letter to Weiss reiterating prior request for material regarding DOJ’s alleged retaliation against Shapley, and inquiring about the “unusual nature” of Weiss’ June 7 response on behalf of AG Garland to Jordan’s May 25 oversight request.

June 28, 2023: Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Lindsey Graham (R-N.C.) sends letter to Weiss asking for information regarding, among other allegations, that he had requested and was denied special counsel authority.

June 29, 2023: Three House Committee chairmen send letter to Garland requesting that he make 11 Justice Department officials pivotal to the Hunter Biden case, including Weiss, Wolf, U.S. Attorney Graves, and U.S. Attorney Estrada, available for transcribed interviews.

June 30, 2023: Weiss responds to Jordan’s June 22 letter indicating DOJ did not retaliate against the IRS team, and that he stands by his June 7 letter indicating he has been granted total authority of the Hunter Biden case, including “where, when and whether to file charges.” Weiss adds, however, that “my charging authority is geographically limited to my home district [Delaware],” and that if another U.S. Attorney’s Office with venue for a case declines to partner on a case, he “may request Special Attorney Status from the Attorney General.” Weiss claims he has been “assured that, if necessary …” he “would be granted” such authority.

July 2023:
Burisma-Biden Bribes Document Released;

Whistleblowers Testify About Obstructed Case Publicly;
Hunter Biden’s Plea Deal Collapses in Court

July 9, 2023: Sen. Grassley sends letter to Weiss inquiring as to whether Wolf and others had investigated FD-1023 alleging Biden bribes.

July 10, 2023: Weiss responds to letter from Sen. Lindsey Graham indicating he had not requested special counsel authority with DOJ officials, but rather “had discussions with Departmental officials regarding … potential” special attorney authorities, which would have permitted him to charge in venues other than Delaware. “I was assured that I would be granted this authority if it proved necessary” prior to the Oct. 7, 2022, meeting, Weiss writes.

July 19, 2023: Shapley and Ziegler testify publicly before House Oversight Committee, recounting key claims expressed during their closed-door depositions regarding allegations of slow-walking, obfuscation, and obstruction in the Hunter Biden case.

The same day, Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office emails final deal to Judge Noreika.

July 20, 2023: Sen. Grassley releases FD-1023 alleging $5 million bribes from Zlochevsky to Joe and Hunter Biden in exchange for firing of Shokin, indicating Zlochevsky has text messages and recordings suggesting he was coerced into making such payments.

July 24, 2023: The Federalist reports that the Pittsburgh FBI office that had originally received the FD-1023 had corroborated multiple facts included in the document, and briefed the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office accordingly, per a source.

The same day, DOJ offers to make Weiss available for a public hearing before the House Judiciary Committee as soon as Sept. 27.

July 24, 2023: Buyers of Hunter Biden’s art, totaling $1.4 million in sales, are revealed to include Hunter financial backer Kevin Morris and California Democrat donor Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali. In July 2022, eight months after Hunter’s first art opening, President Biden announced Naftali was appointed to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad. It is not clear whether the sale occurred before or after the appointment. Reports also indicate Naftali visited the White House at least 13 times after December 2021.

July 26, 2023: Hunter Biden’s plea deal collapses under questioning from federal Judge Noreika, with prosecutors and Hunter Biden’s lawyers sparring over scope of immunity provision in pretrial diversion agreement. When asked if government could bring charges under FARA with plea agreement in place, prosecutors say “Yes.” Biden’s counsel disagrees. This ultimately leads Biden to withdraw his guilty plea. DOJ acknowledges aspects of the deal are unprecedented in terms of structure and substance.

Shortly after hearing, prosecutors and defense counsel will confer, with Biden’s lawyers suggesting changes to the deal.

July 27, 2023: Special Counsel Smith issues superseding indictment in Trump Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.

July 29, 2023: Chairman Comer issues oversight request letters to Naftali and the White House counsel in furtherance of probe of Hunter’s art sales. There is no indication federal investigators pursued the sales. 

July 31, 2023: Former Hunter Biden business associate Devon Archer testifies before House Oversight Committee for transcribed interview. He alleges Hunter Biden’s business was selling the Biden “brand,” headlined by his father, and that he had witnessed Joe joining Hunter Biden and his business associates in person or by phone upwards of 20 times.

The same day, prosecutors reject Hunter Biden counsel’s proposed deal revisions and suggest their own.

Also that day, relevant House committee chairmen send letter to Garland inquiring about the “unusual plea and pretrial diversion agreements” offered Hunter Biden, in light of whistleblower allegations “the Department has provided preferential treatment toward Mr. Biden.”

Aug. 2023-Present:
Another Trump Indictment; Weiss Gets Special Counsel Authority He Wasn’t Supposed to Need; Biden Impeachment Inquiry Opens; Hunter Hit With Gun Indictment

Aug. 1, 2023: Special Counsel Smith indicts Donald Trump on charges pertaining to his contesting of the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Aug. 7, 2023: Hunter Biden’s defense counsel rejects prosecutors’ proposed changes to the plea bargain, which according to an email Chris Clark sent to prosecutors, “without explanation, completely delet[ed] the immunity provision.”

Aug. 8, 2023: Weiss requests special counsel authority.

Aug. 9, 2023: House Oversight Committee releases bank records memo detailing millions in payments from foreign sources to Bidens and their associates from Russian, Ukrainian, and Kazakhstani individuals during Joe Biden’s vice presidency – individuals who Vice President Biden met.

Aug. 11, 2023: Garland names Weiss special counsel, asserting “he will continue to have the authority and responsibility that he has exercised previously to oversee the investigation and decide where, when, and whether to file charges.” Weiss retains his position as U.S. Attorney for Delaware despite rules calling for special counselors to come from “outside the United States government,” and for any special counsel to be “independent.” The New York Times later reports that Weiss was “motivated by a [special counsel] requirement to produce a report that would allow him to answer critics, according to people with knowledge of the situation – an accounting that could become public before the 2024 election.”

The same day, the Justice Department files motions to dismiss the Hunter Biden tax case so charges can be brought in proper venue – either the Central District of California, or Washington, D.C. – an authority Weiss will have as special counsel. Biden had waived any venue challenge enabling the original deal to be cut in Delaware, despite venue for the offenses lying elsewhere.

Aug. 14, 2023: Chairman Comer releases transcript of interview with FBI official corroborating Shapley’s testimony that FBI headquarters had tipped off Secret Service headquarters and President Biden’s transition team about investigators’ planned Dec. 8, 2020, Hunter Biden interview.

The same day, Fulton County (Georgia) District Attorney Fani Willis indicts Donald Trump and 18 others in RICO case regarding Trump’s contesting of the 2020 election.

Aug. 17, 2023: Hunter Biden tax case dismissed in Delaware.

Aug. 19, 2023: Politico and the New York Times publish detailed accounts on collapse of Biden plea agreement based in part on leaked correspondence between Weiss’ office and Hunter Biden’s lawyers.

Aug. 21, 2023: House committees subpoena IRS and FBI officials present at Oct. 7, 2022, meeting in which Weiss allegedly claimed he did not have final charging authority in Hunter Biden case.

Aug. 28, 2023: House Committee chairmen send oversight request letter to AG Garland regarding his decision to appoint Weiss special counsel.

The same day, The Federalist reports on emails obtained via FOIA indicating DOJ intervened on behalf of Weiss’ office on multiple occasions to respond to congressional inquiries – seen as further evidence of Weiss and DOJ officials in Washington seeking to align their stories on who had what authority in Hunter Biden case.

Sept. 6, 2023: Weiss’ office indicates intent to indict Hunter Biden on gun charges in Delaware before Sept. 29 in court filing.

That same day, House Committee chairmen send letter to Hunter Biden’s counsel calling for it to produce documents and communications previously leaked to Politico and the New York Times regarding negotiations surrounding the failed Hunter Biden plea agreement.

Sept. 12, 2023: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announces House will open impeachment inquiry into President Biden concerning allegations of abuse of power, obstruction, and corruption. “The American people deserve to know that public offices are not for sale and that the federal government is not being used to cover up the actions of a politically-connected family,” he writes.

House committees open joint inquiry into alleged attempts by Hunter Biden legal team to encourage DOJ to retaliate against IRS whistleblowers Shapley and Ziegler.

Also that day, Washington Post publishes report based on leaked transcript from House Judiciary Committee interview with Baltimore FBI special agent in charge Thomas Sobocinski challenging IRS whistleblowers’ claims about what Weiss said about his authority during Oct. 7, 2022, meeting.

Sept. 13, 2023: Shapley’s lawyers respond with the IRS agents’ contemporaneous handwritten notes to rebut Sobocinski’s claims.

Sept. 14, 2023: Weiss indicts Hunter Biden on felony gun charges in Delaware federal court.

Sept. 18, 2023: Hunter Biden sues the IRS over Shapley and Ziegler’s whistleblower disclosures.

Sept. 20, 2023: AG Garland testifies before the House Judiciary Committee. Under questioning from Chairman Jordan, he defends prior comments about Weiss’ authority, stating “no one had the authority to turn him [Weiss] down” in terms of bringing charges, but that “they could refuse to partner with him.” Garland says the two are “not the same under well-known Justice Department practices.” He will also testifies that a U.S. Attorney in one district “does not have the authority to deny another U.S. attorney the ability to go forward” with a case.

Sept. 26, 2023: Hunter Biden makes initial appearance in Delaware federal court in gun charge case, and is arraigned.

On the same day. Hunter sues Rudy Giuliani and attorney Robert Costello over sharing of Hunter’s laptop data in alleged violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. 

Also that day, House Oversight Committee reveals that Hunter Biden received two wire payments totaling over $250,000 during 2019 from Chinese sources, at least one of which was linked to the Chinese investment concern BHR Partners, including its CEO. Hunter’s attorney George Mesires would state that same year that the president’s son had served as a board member at the company in an “unpaid position.” While Hunter Biden was listed as the beneficiary for the funds, the Delaware home of Joe Biden was listed as the beneficiary address. 

Sept. 28, 2023: House Oversight Committee to hold first impeachment inquiry hearing.

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stock here: hmmm Housing Czar and Drone Ban


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stock here: I have covered this extensively. This family is beyond white trash. Slimy and Guilty.



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stock here: Supporting Rumble as they are attacked via the Russell Brand debacle.


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stock here: I will try this. It’s odd, it is up on YouTube, but when I embedded, and tried twice, it says unavailable. So below I put it on Bitchute….depower the tyrant censors, go to Rumble or Bitchute.


Your Health? Grow A Medicinal Garden, Preserve Tinctures with Glycerin, De-Power Big Pharma

stock here: I have made tinctures, using Olive Oil, or Vodka. good friends came by for a party and a garden walk, we I learned that Glycerine is an even better Tincture medium for many things. Here is the backgrounder for you.

I’ll be making some Feverfew in Glycerine, before winter comes. Feverfew is a huge plant, with massive, vigourous flowers that pollinators love. It really took over my raised bed medicinal garden, by sheer size, so I will want to make several pints that can be preserved for at least several years. I may plant it “wild” somewhere nearby.


This is a good question. Whether or not something can be safely stored at room temperature depends on several factors – these can include the acid level (pH), available water (water activity), and quality changes due to light or oxidation. The type of packaging used, the presence of oxygen in the package, and many other things will also impact the quality of your product long term.

For your tincture, the primary component that could make your product shelf stable (able to be stored at room temperature) would be to control the available water.  This is accomplished with the glycerin. High levels of glycerin (greater than 55% of the total volume or higher) will keep the available water of your tincture low enough (water activity <0.75) that it will not mold. If the glycerin content is lower than 55%, then it would likely mold.  If the glycerin content is too low (less than 25%), then there is enough water available that some of the bad bacteria (pathogens) could grow in your tincture (and it would likely mold).

From a chemical perspective, some of the beneficial components in your tincture will breakdown with light exposure, at higher temperature (room temp versus refrigerator), and over time. Therefore, the quality of your tincture would be the highest if you stored the tincture in a dark container and in the refrigerator.

For more info on the benefits and harms of elderberries, you may want to take a look at this article: 0247X”>https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S<personal data hidden>0247X

Hope this helps.Joy

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48 Year Forensic Arborist Analyzes Maui Killing Fields

stock here: I will put the YouTube version to see when it gets censored. I’ll put it on Bitchute also. Seems like YouTube instantly censors any link to Bitchute, understandable, but also crappy.


Oliver Anthony Versus What The Woke Entertainment Industry Thinks Country Music Should Be

Try that in a small town…..This “Country Star” Complete with the Baphomet Hairstyle, and looking down with complete disdain for the people. I have had this image kicking around for over a month, and it amazes me every time. I guess some “country people” are woke too and suck down the lies of the industry and “like this”


This is not funny though….she was hospitalized with blood clots. And still people don’t “get it”. Let’s talk masks, which they are trying to make all the rage again.

It’s Octoberfest in my neck of the woods, the big celebration is all this weekend. It’s primarily northern European in this area, although much of the entertainers are more “ethnic”. Noted that last year there were very few mask wearers in public, but the year before I would say 97% of the mask wearers were non-white. The theory is that many of these are immigrants who just never got fully a hold of the idea of freedom and lack of government control over areas they should have no control over. Just saying, it’s odd, I would think it to be the other way. It’s an observation, I see it in other venues also.

OK, back to the point of the article….Country Music. The rapid rise of Oliver Anthony (not his real name) is a sign that many people are tired of the bullshit forced upon us, and ready to get back to their roots.


Hawaii News “Morning Beat” Questions the Authority Narrative of Lahaina Fire

stock here: it only took 6 weeks for this partial “mainstream” news source to question the Lahaina narratives. I tried putting the direct link to Bitchute in YouTube comments and it was censored within a minute both times. So then I put it here, so I could link via nukepro…and same thing. I have one more route to try and shall report back.


Brush Junkie Details Satan Taking Josh Green’s Soul, and Kevin McCarthy Touts Bohemian Grove Merch at Maui

stock here: this story remains important, the intentional torching of Lahaina. At 2:15 the nearly impossible head movements reminded me exactly of the Oppenheimer video of the devil taking his soul.


Steve Kirsch — Vaccine’s and the Lack of Healthiness of the Recipients

stock here: I wasn’t going to publish on this issue, but this is even worse than I thought. Odd though, I can’t find the base data in the article, that is concerning. Pretty sure I have Kirsch’s email so will ask for it directly.


“All these vaccines are causing harm to our kids. It’s not just the COVID vaccines,” attested

Steve Kirsch. “If you compare the results of kids whose moms didn’t get vaccinated, no [vitamin] K shot, and no vaccines, and if you compare the outcomes of those kids versus kids who got the CDC schedule, there is a dramatic difference,” he emphasized.

“It is a difference that nobody wants to talk about … The fully unvaccinated kids are always healthier.”

For those intrigued or new to this issue, here’s The Control Group Data, as presented by Dr. Paul Thomas.

The Control Group Data – Vaccinated / Unvaccinated:

• Chronic Conditions – 60% / 5.71%

• Arthritis – 16.67% / 0%

• Heart Disease – 48% / 0%

• Diabetes – 10% / 0%

• Asthma – 7.7% / 0%

• Autism – 2.5% / 0%

• ADHD – 9.4% / 0.47%

• Cancer – 6.0% / 0%

Someone in the comments disagrees with Steve Kirsch

Hmmmm….Looks like Item 1 is a Canard, and Item 2 is non-supported.

Anecdotal evidence is evidence based only on personal observation, collected in a casual or non-systematic manner.

And here is a bunch more stuff!!!

Prof. Fred NazarWrites Scientific Progress Jun 29·edited Jun 29Complete list of studies comparing vaxxed with unvaxxed:Mothers who don’t vaccinate their children are the most educated ones:Smith, P. J., Chu, S. Y., & Barker, L. E. (2004). Children who have received no vaccines: who are they and where do they live?. Pediatrics, 114(1), 187–195. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.114.1.187 Why? Unlike pediatricians, those mothers actually READ the scientific literature comparing vaxxed v. unvaxxed children:https://www.thecontrolgroup.org/https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/the-data-is-clear-the-more-vaccines/—————-https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/fully-vaccinated-vs-unvaccinated/ CDC’s Unpublished Verstraeten Study on HepB Showed Dramatic Increased Risk of Autism (7.6X), Sleep Disorders (5X), Speech Disorders (2.1X) and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (1.8X)Thomas M. Verstraeten, R. Davies, D. Gu, F DeStefano Increased risk of developmental neurologic impairment after high exposure to thimerosal-containing vaccine in first month of life. 1999 CDChttps://yale62.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Verstraeten-Thomas-M.D.-et-al-CDC-1999.pdf———DTP and Tetanus Vaccinations Increase the Odds of Allergies (1.63X) in ChildrenHurwitz, E. L., & Morgenstern, H. (2000). Effects of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis or tetanus vaccination on allergies and allergy-related respiratory symptoms among children and adolescents in the United States. Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics, 23(2), 81–90. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10714532/———–Hepatitis B Vaccines Increase the Odds for Special Education by 8.63XGallagher CM, Goodman M. Hepatitis B triple series vaccine and developmental disability in US children aged 1–9 years. 13 Nov 2008 Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry Vol 90 Is 5 Ps 997-1008 https://doi.org/10.1080/02772240701806501———-Hepatitis B Vaccines in Male Newborns Increased the Odds of Autism 3XGallagher CM, Goodman MS. Hepatitis B Vaccination of Male Neonates and Autism Diagnosis, NHIS 1997–2002. 6 Nov 2010 Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 73(24), 1665–1677. https://doi.org/10.1080/15287394.2010.519317 ———-Flu Shot Increases Rate of Non-Flu Infection 4.4XCowling, B. J., Fang, V. J., Nishiura, H., Chan, K. H., Ng, S., Ip, D. K., Chiu, S. S., Leung, G. M., & Peiris, J. S. (2012). Increased risk of noninfluenza respiratory virus infections associated with receipt of inactivated influenza vaccine. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, 54(12), 1778–1783. https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/cis307 ———-DTP Increases Mortality in Girls 10X, boys 5xMogensen, S. W., Andersen, A., Rodrigues, A., Benn, C. S., & Aaby, P. The Introduction of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis and Oral Polio Vaccine Among Young Infants in an Urban African Community: A Natural Experiment. 1 Feb 2017 EBioMedicine, 17, 192–198. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ebiom.2017.01.041 “DTP was associated with 5-fold higher mortality than being unvaccinated. No prospective study has shown beneficial survival effects of DTP. “”It should be of concern that the effect of routine vaccinations on all-cause mortality was not tested in randomized trials. All currently available evidence suggests that DTP vaccine may kill more children from other causes than it saves from diphtheria, tetanus or pertussis. Though a vaccine protects children against the target disease it may simultaneously increase susceptibility to unrelated infections.”———-Vaccination of Preemies Increased Odds of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 6.6XMawson AR, Bhuiyan AR, Jacob B, Ray BD. Preterm birth, vaccination and neurodevelopmental disorders: a cross-sectional study of 6- to 12-year-old vaccinated and unvaccinated children. Apr 2017 https://oatext.com/pdf/JTS-3-187.pdf ———-Vaccination Increases Risk of Allergic Rhinitis (30X), Allergy (3.1X), ADHD (4.2X), Autism (4.2X) Eczema (2.9X), Learning Disability (5.2X) and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (3.7X).Mawson AR, Ray BD, Bhuiyan AR, Jacob B. Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12-year-old U.S. children.24 Apr 2017. Journal of Translational Science 3: https://doi.org/10.15761/JTS.1000186 https://archive.is/PwUrN————— Vaccinated children were more than three times as likely to be diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 30-fold more likely to be diagnosed with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) than non-vaccinated children Vaccinated children were 22-fold more likely to require an allergy medication Vaccinated children had more than quadruple the risk of being diagnosed with a learning disability than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 340 percent more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with an ear infection than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 700 percent more likely to have surgery to insert ear drainage tubes than unvaccinated children Vaccinated children were 2.5-fold more likely to be diagnosed with any chronic illness than unvaccinated childrenhttps://www.nvkp.nl/fileadmin/nvkp/pdf/VaccinatedUnvaccinated.pdfhttps://deeprootsathome.com/vaccinated-unvaccinated-healthier/ ——————–“higher ORs were observed within the vaccinated versus unvaccinated group for developmental delays, asthma and ear infections.”Hooker, B. S., & Miller, N. Z. (2020). Analysis of health outcomes in vaccinated and unvaccinated children: Developmental delays, asthma, ear infections and gastrointestinal disorders. SAGE open medicine, 8, 2050312120925344. https://doi.org/10.1177/2050312120925344 ——————–Lyons-Weiler, J., & Thomas, P. (2020). Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(22), 8674. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17228674 (Retraction published Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 Jul 22;18(15):)https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/unvaccinated-children-healthier-than-vaccinated-children/ If you’ve got more studies, please share: I’ll be soon publishing the complete list.In the meantime we need a law to force Government to release the data:16 laws we need to exit Extermination PlanetPolitics got us in, politics is the way out … after prayers!https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/laws-to-exit-planet-prison

Boston College (Think AOC) Suspends Water Sports Because Boys will Be Boys

stock here: Now there is no indication of how bad the “hazing” was. On second read, it was curious that both the men and women’s program were both suspended. How much of this is Woke-Ism? At Boston College, probably a lot.

Most hazing is not violent or harmful – pretty lightweight……..wear a silly hat in the cafeteria……….

But if we are trying to raise yet another generation of delicate snowflakes, then let’s compete to see who can be the woke-ist, with safe spaces, micro-aggressions & weeping rooms..

But only one side of the debate will fall for such losing strategies……..


My Statement

Yep the libs, so easily co-opted by the authoritarian left, are amazingly stupid when the left panders to their emotional pre-dispositions.


Stalinist America

How true — and they don’t give a rip that we know.

Mr. Garland will face dozens of questions from Republicans and Democrats, some of them dovetailing with the impeachment inquiry that will be led by the Oversight and Accountability panel, which plans to hold its first hearing on Sept. 28.


Here are some of the toughest questions Mr. Garland should have to answer on Wednesday. 

1. What did he tell David Weiss about his authority as Delaware’s U.S. attorney to charge President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, in the department’s investigation of his tax fraud and gun crimes? Was he aware of the sweetheart plea deal that would have provided him blanket immunity?

Mr. Garland told Senate lawmakers at a March hearing Mr. Weiss “has full authority” to bring cases against Hunter Biden in any jurisdiction.

It contradicts IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley’s notes from an Oct. 7, 2022 meeting with Mr. Weiss, in which he said Mr. Weiss told FBI and IRS officials “he is not the deciding person” on whether to charge the president’s son.

Justice Department officials offered Hunter Biden a series of plea deals to settle the case and at one point was negotiating a deal in which the president’s son would not be charged with anything at all. 

2. Should former President Trump be imprisoned if he is convicted of the charges he is facing in two federal criminal cases?

Special counsel Jack Smith has levied more than 40 criminal charges against Mr. Trump, 77, over his possession and handling of classified government materials and for his actions following the 2020 presidential election. The charges carry sentences that add up to 175 years in prison for Mr. Trump, who is the likely 2024 Republican presidential nominee.

3. What is the status of Special counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into President Biden’s possession of classified documents dating back to his vice presidency and time as a U.S. Senator from Delaware?

Mr. Garland appointed Mr. Hur special counsel on Jan. 12 to investigate Mr. Biden’s handling of dozens of boxes of documents that included classified records found. The documents were found at his think tank in Washington and at his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

Mr. Biden recently said there are no plans for him to speak to Mr. Hur as part of the investigation and Mr. Hur has not signaled a timetable for completing the investigation. 

Mr. Hur’s probe is moving much slower than the Justice Department’s investigation of Mr. Trump’s classified documents. Mr. Garland appointed Jack Smith special counsel in November 2022 to investigate the Trump case. Mr. Smith concluded his investigation and indicted Mr. Trump in June. 

4. What steps is the Justice Department taking to alleviate a massive backlog in the immigration courts that has fueled the Biden administration’s catch-and-release policy?

Mr. Jordan, Ohio Republican, has been unable to obtain information from the Justice Department on how it has been running the immigration courts and the administration’s refusal to pursue immigration cases.

The Executive Office of Immigration Review, which is run by the Justice Department, had a backlog of nearly 2 million cases as of March, up from roughly 1.3 million cases at the end of 2020. The backlog coincides with a massive migrant surge from Mexico and has resulted in the release of many migrants, who have flooded not only Texas and Arizona, but also New York City and other municipalities, overwhelming schools and government services. 

5. What actions is the Justice Department taking to deal with the drastic crime surge in the nation’s capital?

Carjackings, robberies and murders have become so rampant that congressional staffers recently were warned to take precautions when using public transportation or walking city streets.

In a year-to-date comparison, there were 148 murders in the city in 2022 and 191 murders so far this year.

House Republicans blame the rising crime on U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves, who they say has engaged in a pattern of not prosecuting crimes and allowing dangerous criminals back onto the streets.


Russell Brand — A View That Says He Is Still Controlled Opposition

stock here–I don’t agree with this entirely, maybe not at all, she makes the point that once controlled opposition, always controlled opposition. A home security video came out of a pretty famous humorous Internet guy, who often had the story right. This is real….he was verbally abusing his very pregnant wife who just wanted to use the car, she needed supplies, and he was also denying her the car, just in case he might want to go (Mark Dice) somewhere later. He is on my shit list forever, I will never give him a eyeball again.

The writer says she knew him personally (Russell).

I propose that some controlled opposition, pushed into fame, can actually go rogue and step outside their Overton Window. What do you think? You know I am a sound bite kind of guy, say it in a minute, or you either don’t know the subject well enough, or you don’t know the subject, or know it wrongly. I accuse her of writing far too much to make a point. The book she mentions is of interest though!! Not sure I want to even read that…even though I know much of it to be true, I may not accept that it is ubiquitous. Moby Dick springs to mind, richly ambiguous.

Googling that phrase, it’s hilarious that Wikipedia pretends that the Overton Window only applies to Governmental discussions.



Russell Brand has the strange distinction in my life of being the subject matter of quite probably the oddest argument I have ever had. It was back in the early 2010s, some time before either he or myself had become a theoriser of conspiracies, and I was at the time flat-sharing in North London with a friend I will call Jake.

Jake and I had known each other for several years, my having inherited him from an old university friend of his, who was an old sixth-form friend of mine, and for the most part, we got along very well – even managing to pay all our bills and get to our respective work places on time, despite the fact we lived right in between two rather magnificent pubs (The Old Dairy and “that other one up the road”, for anyone who is familiar with the vicinity).

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One evening, we had nipped into the aforementioned hostelry for a quick drink, and the usually upbeat Jake was in a bad mood.

“What’s the matter?” I asked, as he sat there silently, sullenly sipping his pint.

“Hmph,” said Jake, scowling at me.

“What?!” I said, rather alarmed, wondering if I’d forgotten to pay the electricity bill or played music too loud or “borrowed” some of his food (the usual flatmate sins).

“I wish you’d all just admit it,” said Jake darkly.

“Who’s ‘you all’ and admit what?”

“Women!”Declared Jake with feeling, banging his now empty pint glass on the table. “And that you’re all in love with Russell Brand!”

“Erm… what?!”

“It’s true,” said Jake broodily. “This secret obsession with Russell Brand you all have.”

I knew very well who Russell Brand was (didn’t everyone at the time?) and did indeed have some feelings about him, but a secret obsession tantamount to love was not quite how I would describe them.

“Jake, listen to me very carefully,” I said. “I cannot stand Russell Brand. I think he’s slimy and awful and deeply unattractive in every possible respect. In fact, he reminds me of Rasputin.”

“Hm, yes, well,” muttered Jake. “I believe he was quite popular with the ladies too, wasn’t he?”

I failed to convince Jake that Russell Brand was not in fact the subject of the secret obsession of all women (although you will all be pleased to hear that Jake is now happily married to a woman definitely not obsessed with Russell Brand – she’s not English and had never heard of him – and yes, I checked), but as Brand’s star has continued to rise to ever more ridiculous levels of meteoric fame, that conversation stuck in my head.

It’s clear that the establishment went to great lengths to present Brand to us as a deeply desirable “sex God” that all women lusted after and all men wanted to be, a psy-op that had already become extremely successful nearly 15 years ago, to the extent that my own flatmate who I had known for years would not believe me when I stated I really did not find Brand attractive at all (and once you see the Rasputin thing, you really can’t unsee it) – because the social scripting stated that this was impossible. That Brand was just so oozing in appeal that he was every woman’s “guilty pleasure”, even if they wouldn’t admit it.

Jake obviously knew several women who fitted into this category, and it has since been confirmed to me by other men that, yes, female acquaintances of the time were always fawning over Brand and making comments like, “ooh, I wouldn’t mind bumping into him in a dark alley” (personally I can’t imagine anything more terrifying, other than perhaps him having his mate Harari with him).

Well, here is the point – the establishment does not propel someone to this utterly ridiculous level of engineered desirability unless that person has a very important role to play later on.

Russell Brand has been a constant fixture in the establishment media for years, perennially presented to us as a super-in-demand stud, the womaniser of the millennium, and so on and so forth, and so now here he is with the inevitable “sex scandal”.

Do I believe the allegations? Sure, probably – I mean, insofar as “do I believe he is guilty of doing very bad and possibly illegal things to women”, yes. I believe this because very few people are permitted to ascend to such a dizzying level of talking-head fame as Brand has achieved without being a deeply disreputable character with various perversions and addictions that the deep state uses to control them. And Brand has made no secret of his various vices. If that’s what he’s prepared to be open about, it strongly suggests the real story is even darker – because it generally is with the super-famous.

To be clear, a person could become “legitimately” famous at something where you have no political influence – such as being a sports star – without having these kind of character deficits, as sports stars are generally (not exclusively but generally) only famous for their sporting ability, and not because of their personalities or opinions e.g., I do not believe that the snooker star Steve Davies is a secret sex fiend with a well-established heroin habit that the deep state uses to control him, because Steve Davies has never volunteered any controversial opinions on the world stage, nor tried to wield any wider social influence. He just plays snooker. But when someone is propelled to fame on the basis of their character, becoming well-known for their views and opinions, meaning they are clearly meant to have significant influence on shaping the national narrative – then they are highly likely to be under the control of shady higher-ups.

It’s always been this way and always will be. You don’t achieve colossal international household-name levels of fame (to the extent men genuinely believe “all women are secretly in love with you”) unless “they” own and control you, and the way “they” own and control you is through threats and blackmail over your vices. So, for everyone playing a prominent role on the world stage in terms of wielding very significant political/social influence, their handlers most likely have incriminating footage of them involving sex or drugs or both (or worse), and the ever-present threat of that footage being leaked and their careers destroyed is how they’re kept in line.

For more on that (and if you’ve got a strong stomach), please read the book ‘The Abuse of Power‘, which is a non-“conspiratorial” tome, written by a now elderly man who, in his early twenties and desperate for cash, got sucked into the seedy underbelly of London’s “elite” sex trade – where his main clients were high-flying members of the country’s political and social elite. The kind of things he described witnessing are horrific (and exactly in line with all the “conspiracy theories” about what the ruling classes get up to in private) and he names names.

He’s never been sued for what he’s written, and there is no reason not to believe what he says, so I do. He explains this is how it is for all very powerful men – to achieve and maintain power, wealth, status, and influence, they have to be deeply compromised so they can be controlled. If they do not agree to participate in the kind of activities that would make them compromised, their career progression abruptly grinds to a halt and they never achieve the kind of fame where millions of people around the world know who they are. Anyone who makes it to that level will have “dirt” on them, otherwise they’re too much of a potential liability. A “clean” person with worldwide fame could change the world for the better, so that will never be allowed – only “dirty” people who can be controlled through fear of exposure are allowed to become very visible and influential in a way that shapes global political/social narratives.

So, the overwhelming balance of probability is that anyone who is permitted to become super-famous has deeply incriminating dirt on them, and that it’s far worse than the grey-area “his word against hers” stuff that is being thrown at Russell Brand as part of the current media pantomime. It’s the kind of stuff that would put someone’s life in imminent and immediate danger from vigilante mobs, and for someone as visible and recognisable as Brand, they probably wouldn’t last the week .

Yet now we are told, in response to these vague unsubstantiated allegations that could easily be false and that at least half of people don’t believe, that “the media is trying to destroy Russell Brand because he speaks the truth!!”- to which I laugh, and say, right, so he’s headline news in EVERY newspaper, he’s the leading story on EVERY television news broadcast, almost every person in the country is talking about him (scroll social media and his name comes up every other post), and he’s being “destroyed”?

Come on, have we learned nothing?!

He’s not being “destroyed” any more than Andrew Tate was when the legacy media conspired to make him an international household name by giving him blanket news coverage every minute of every day.

But they were saying mean things about him!! That proves he’s on our side!!”

Of course they were saying mean things, because someone can’t be presented as an “anti-establishment hero” to the masses if the establishment purports to be nice about them, can they?

The media engages in theatre, Punch ‘n’ Judy politics, by presenting heroes and villains for you to boo and hiss at, or rally and cheer for, depending on your particular political preferences.

If you are a “normie” who is reacting to the Brand story by condemning him as a crazy conpiraloon predator who needs to be locked up – you are reacting exactly as the media wants you to.

If you are a “conspiracy theorist” who is reacting by defending Brand and declaring he is a truth-telling hero who “the media is trying to destroy because he speaks the truth!” – you’re reacting exactly as the media wants you to.

Punch ‘n’ Judy. Bread and circuses. Play both sides (the media always does).

The truth is that Brand (just like Musk and Tate – who have immediately leapt to his defence, what a surprise!) is just another actor and establishment-intelligence asset being used to manage the opposition. He was propelled to super-human levels of fame, just like Musk and Tate have been too, to get everyone invested in him and talking about him so their strings can be pulled in the desired way every time he is seen to do something.

This whole “sex scandal” thing is just staged theatre – which is, as I say, not to say he’s not guilty of significant sexual crimes, he very probably is, but what you’re seeing him accused of on television may very well not be true. However, even if it is true, it certainly hasn’t “destroyed” him – it’s made him more famous than ever and that is the point.

This psy-op seems to serve various functions, the first one being (as a lot of the other big name CO accounts are so keen to tell us):

“This is a warning. If they’ve come for Russell, they’ll come for you too. None of us is safe!”

To which I say (pardon my Francais, but) bullshit. I’ve been speaking out publicly for years, have written directly to multiple government officials accusing them of maiming and murdering the populace, and so on and so forth, and know what has happened to me?

Nothing. Quite literally, nothing – as in, they totally ignore me and conspire to ensure everyone else does too, by endlessly censoring and shadow-banning me and booting me off platforms to keep my reach very low. They don’t do that to “heroes” like Brand, Bridgen, and Tate now, do they? Those guys have massive social media followings – audiences they are not shadow-banned from reaching – and are always in the mainstream press.

Just to be clear, Russell Brand. has over eleven million followers on Twitter. That’s (significantly) more than the UK Prime Minister. He has over six million on YouTube, when any legit content creator will tell you YouTube is one of the most censorious platforms in the world and very quick to ban even small accounts (I only have 1k followers and they’ve already removed two of my videos – once a third is taken down, I’ll be banned).

If Brand wasn’t 100% controlled, he would never have been permitted to achieve such a phenomenal degree of influence – he has the Twitter following of a small country and is better known than many high-ranking politicians. It is simply not possible to rise to that level of visibility without the full collaboration of the establishment, but if – as some claim – “well, he started out controlled but now he’s not” – if that was so, he would just be de-platformed and censored to remove his influence. He would be taken off the big social media platforms and the mainstream media wouldn’t give him coverage.

Because that’s how you destroy someone or something from having any significance or power. You ignore it. You starve it of the one thing any person or cause needs to stay “relevant” – publicity. And it really is true that there’s no such thing as bad publicity, so when you want to “destroy” someone, you don’t make them international front page news and give them their own documentary on Channel 4.

I mean, come on, really? If that’s the establishment “destroying” someone, I sure wish they would try and “destroy” me, as I’m sure all us small-fish, perennially censored, shadow-banned and struggling content creators do, too. (And no – eye-roll emoji, face-palm emoji – I am not “jealous of all the attention” Brand or whoever gets, I’m pointing out that the establishment only ever gives significant, sustained attention to its own. Everyone else, it suppresses and ignores.)

If you want to know how the establishment deals with one of its own who they genuinely want to destroy, who they genuinely want to prevent from having significance or influence, look at the case of Milo Yiannopoulous. Milo was an absolute superstar six years ago, everyone knew his name (even if they couldn’t pronounce it) and everyone was talking about him.

Yet now, can you remember the last time you saw a headline – or even a brief snippet on page 37 – about him?

Nope. Because his career really was destroyed – by the establishment refusing to pay him any more attention, so everyone forgot about him. (Milo was removed because he went severely off-script and started making allegations about protected industry big names in a misjudged attempt to save his own skin – it backfired and they’re still protected and powerful whilst his career has collapsed.)

If they wanted to destroy Brand, they’d do that to him, too. Boot him off all social media and stop saying anything about him at all in the mainstream press. He would be largely forgotten in a matter of months, just as happened to Milo.

So that’s not what they’re doing. Instead, they’re making him even more famous to increase his influence sphere even further, and they have a variety of goals in mind with this. The first is to scare you out of speaking out as we hurtle into the next act of the pantomime plague (“they’ll come for you too”, say the big name accounts ominously, coded warning, so you’d better shut up).

There are very likely to be other agendas, too, and one possibility we have to consider is that the allegations will be “proven false”, just as appears to have happened with the Tates. That the accusers will recant, or they will be cross-examined and found to be lying, or whatever the scriptwriters come up with, to ultimately exonerate Brand.

What would be the takeaway message there? That women lie and that their testimonies can’t be trusted in a court of law as much as a man’s can – just as sharia law, which Andrew Tate is a vigorous proponent of, says – and as would be in line with the ultra-conservative revolution it seems our society is heading for.

Note how sensationally quickly Elon Musk, Andrew Tate, and my old friend Laurence “Lizzo” Fox leapt to Brand’s defence, when – if we were to take this whole scenario at face value – they couldn’t possibly have had the time to source enough information to so publicly stake their reputations on his being innocent. They’re going to look incredibly daft if he’s found guilty, lose all credibility – and their handlers and managers would be unlikely to permit them to take such a potentially brand-wrecking risk unless they had some kind of insider intel assuring them this was a wise public move to make.

Alternatively, the whole thing is being staged intentionally to undermine the credibility of “conspiracy theorists”, as all the big “conspiracy” names have instantly jumped on the Brand bandwagon, so if it is confirmed he’s an evil sex predator, their reputations (and by association, their political beliefs) will be trashed, too. They’ve just been far too quick and coordinated in their endeavours to defend him (when coming to a genuine view takes consideration and time), so they’ve obviously been ordered to, and for what ultimate goal, it remains to be seen.

Whatever the endgame is with this, it’s all ultimately just another tedious bit of media theatre designed to manage the masses and increase the influence of another controlled opposition “hero” – who is now either “being unfairly persecuted, just like Andrew Tate!” – or “an obvious wrong ‘un with his loony views now getting his just deserts”, depending on which media-managed camp you fall into.

In reality, he’s neither. He’s an actor playing a part, just as – in the sphere of politics and talking heads – every single household name in the world is. Because if they’re not, they’re not permitted to become household names (and if they go seriously off-script, they’re “Milo’d”). They want you infatuated with these “heroes” they control so you feel appeased that “something’s being done!” and you don’t get active on the grass roots level and do something yourself. So no, it’s not that “everyone’s controlled opposition” – it’s that every super-famous person promoted by the mainstream media (about 0.0001% of the general population) is. Your local friends, neighbours and colleagues aren’t – but they’re not famous and relentlessly plastered across the front pages of the press. Anyone who is, is suspect.

In closing, I have to say this is probably the most time I’ve dedicated to thinking about Russell Brand in my entire life, so I’ll have to drop my old flatmate Jake a line and let him know my “secret obsession” has finally – thirteen years later – revealed itself… and it was such a secret that I didn’t even know about it myself until just now…

Seriously though: I feel like I need a bath after writing that… I’ve never been able to stand Russell Brand because the energy he gives off is sinister and awful and I hate listening to him speak (regardless of whether he claims to support any of my own ‘pet causes’). From the minute he claimed to become a “truther”, I never bothered to comment on him as it seemed so blatantly obvious he was classic controlled opposition. I only comment on him now as the extraordinary level of international infamy he has achieved over the last few days – becoming the hot talking point of some of the most renowned cultural figures in the world at the current time – means he is destined to become even more sinister in his influence than ever.

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