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Four Viral Lessons

Corona Con



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By Brother Nathanael Kapner May 4 2020

IF ANYTHING COMES out of the COVID panic, for better or for worse, there are big lessons to be learned.

In fact, four practical lessons come to the fore that can serve as lodestars in navigating a future course in a post-corona world.

Knowledge is power and once adequate information is known appropriate action can then take place.

With these four lessons below we can activate a proper response to the corona ‘panic.’

#1 – America Has Committed Economic Suicide

This is a no-brainer.

What country in the history of man has inflicted upon itself its own economic destruction?

There was no famine, no pestilence, no national labor strikes, nothing external except an influenza that mostly affected the elderly, to wreak material destruction.

Yet a bunch of schmucks and female fussbudgets called “Governors” pulled down their own sovereign state’s economic houses and roofs on their citizens’ heads.

And everyone said, “Okie dokie, fine by me.”

#2 – Google Owns And Partners With Vaccine Companies

Verily Life Sciences, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, (owned by the Israeli Mossad), began as a project to develop “wearable” devices.

It has since partnered with Gilead on profiling immune systems; with Vaccitech on developing flu vaccines; with Verve Therapeutics on nano-particle formulations; and with GlaxoSmithKline, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, in the development of miniature electronic implants.

With the creation of Galvani Bioelectronics in collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline, Verily now has its own pharmaceutical company that is working to “enable the research, development and commercialization of bioelectronic medicines,” which aim to treat disease using miniaturized implanted devices.

In addition to Verily, Alphabet also owns a medical research company called Calico, headed by the Jew, Arthur Levinson, former CEO of Genentech, another pharmaceutical company that develops vaccines.

So as to protect its prospective HUGE Jewish profits, the Jews who own Google/Alphabet buries alternative health sites to protect people from “dangerous” medical advice.

No surprise that Google’s Verily in working with the CA Governor’s office banned California’s Dr Ericson’s affirmation of natural immunity processes in dealing with the corona virus.

#3 – The Media Is Run By Jews

Another no-brainer.

For those whose powers of deduction are not permanently impaired, Jews, who own the media, have been at the forefront in creating the COVID panic.

Whether it’s Brian Stelter, Andrea Mitchell, Jacob Tapper, or Susan Wojcicki, non-stop hysteria has been beamed across the airwaves.

And every Jewish anchor and interviewer have all had their paws fawning all over Bill Gates, the new Queen of Corona.

But bona fide medical professionals like Dr Dan Ericson and Judy Mikovits PhD received around their throats the kosher knife of Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube.

For those who can see the forest for the trees a larger agenda is being perpetrated by Jewry on the hapless goy.

#4 – China Wins, America Loses

For all the blame games coming out of the White House against China, US manufacturing will continue to be off-shored to China at a record pace.

Just today, five US factories—including Lennox, Polaris, and Goodyear—announced that due to post-corona restrictions and protocols they will close down their factories for good and contract production abroad.

Qui bono? Jewish Wall Street that finances and underwrites corporate stocks, its Jewish investors, Jewish hedge funds, and Jewish financial markets.

Cheap labor means high profits.

Out-of-work goys still have to feed themselves and their families.

But not to worry, Costco will soon be hiring.

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  2. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2020 @ 10:49 am

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  3. Paul May 11, 2020 @ 12:10 pm

    “Speech nazis”???

    Konrad Heiden would be proud!

  4. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2020 @ 12:20 pm

    @Paul

    Well, I don’t want to give National Socialists a bad name…

    BUT it’s time we used the word ‘nazi’ (that jews use all the time to tar truthers) AGAINST (((them))). +bn

  5. Nierosaki-san May 11, 2020 @ 1:11 pm

    If this affliction was as bad as they try to make it, politicians would have gone into isolation on their own without telling the rest of us about it.

    As they shut the doors going into their self imposed lock down, they would be telling us proles that everything is fine, go about your business as usual.

    Has anyone else noticed the advertising industry with its PSA subdivision is still working full bore throughout this “crisis?” Writers can work alone, however, production crews must cram themselves onto a set for filming their drivel. Anyone getting sick during these interactions?

    It must be emphasized we are witnessing shock testing as per “Silent Weapons for Quite Wars.”

    Who knows, a possible outcome to all of this is seeing hoop skirts coming into vogue along very wide brimmed hats (sombreros) as a means of politely maintaining “social distancing.”

    We’ll see.

  6. Warren Raftshol May 11, 2020 @ 1:24 pm

    Cui bono is Latin for “who benefits” (not quo bono)

    Keep up the good work Brother Nathanael!

  7. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2020 @ 1:28 pm

    @Warren

    Good Latin refresher! Got it.

  8. KathJuliane May 11, 2020 @ 2:53 pm

    God bless you, dear +BN.

    Thank you for yet another enlightening Article.

    You’ve certainly outlined in heavy black marker part of the hidden hand of our rising Neofeudal, Techno-Technocratic Police State Oligarchy, pulling the levers of everything.

    What high IQ moron came up with “social distancing” as a medical epidemic buzzword, anyway, sometime back in 2003 is its reported first use as a term.

    What a stupid b.s. term, probably lifted out of context from sociology meant to sound more intellectual and either awe or annoy the masses.

    According to Webster’s, the social distancing definition is - the practice of maintaining a greater than usual physical distance (such as six feet or more) from other people or of avoiding direct contact with people or objects in public places during the outbreak of a contagious disease in order to minimize exposure and reduce the transmission of infection.

    Synonym given is “physical distancing”. So why not just use ‘physical distancing’ in ordinary government and media medical discourse to start with?

    I suppose somewhere there’s the same media behavioral psychology justification to using “social distancing” instead of “physical distancing” as there is in meteorology and weather reports to now use “Polar Vortex” for winter weather events when high altitude cold polar air drops down into lower latitudes instead of “Polar Jetstream Dip.”

    It is absolutely frightening to see how deep Google is in to everything and entwined with having to do with Gates and his Big Pharmafia interlocked with other Big Tech, as well as the various governments.

    I had no idea that Google/Aleph-Bet had so many sticky fingers inserted in the pharmaceutical, medical and biological pies.

    This is far more frightening to me than COVID-19, which after reading dozens of preliminary front-line medical and nutritional research ‘pre-print’ websites is beginning to sound much more like massive Critical Vitamin D Clinical Deficiency Disease, which all of the comorbidities tie into, especially the metabolic syndromes like diabetes.

    Pre-prints are medical and scientific articles up for informal review before going on to formal peer-review publications.

    Frontline doctors, especially the ICU physicians, are also using the pre-print sites as a way to quickly and informally pass on information to other clinicians, and are constantly publishing their clinical studies and treatment protocols to share with other clinical physicians as they are treating hospitalized COVID-19 patients in serious and critical condition.

    From what I’ve read in the clinical research retrospectively looking at all the case meta-data, for a vast majority of patients, there is an overwhelmingly direct correlation between sufficient, insufficient and deficient blood levels of Vitamin D and the severity of of the disease in patients who are in serious and critical condition.

    Vitamin D isn’t a miracle cure, but “hypovitaminosis (lack of essential vitamins) especially Vitamin D deficiencies also show up in relation to Metabolic Syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and chronic inflammation. Component characteristics central to Metabolic Syndrome are “central obesity, glucose homeostasis, insulin resistance, hypertension and atherogenic dyslipidaemia [a condition characterized by low levels of good cholesterol and high levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides, tied to cardiovascular disease.-Kj]

    People with ‘metabolic syndrome’ are overwhelming the ones who are the most vulnerable and succumb to infectious diseases, especially now the COVID-19 disease with the highest fatality rates.

    Here is a non-COVID-19 2015 study from World Journal of Diabetes as an example: Metabolic syndrome: A review of the role of vitamin D in mediating susceptibility and outcome

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4499524/

    Very recent study: Critical COVID-19 was 19X more likely if low vitamin D – April 15, 2020, along with dozens of other studies being generated:

    https://vitamindwiki.com/Critical+COVID-19+was+19X+more+likely+if+low+vitamin+D+%E2%80%93+April+15,+2020

    At least 48% of Americans are probably Vitamin D insufficient, if not entirely deficient. As a rule of thumb, anyone living above Latitude 35 North (the Mason-Dixon Line for some Americans) will not get sufficient UV-B light for sun/skin generation of Vit D from at least the first of October until the end of March.

    With more and more people working indoors, and now staying inside under “lockdown conditions” during spring and summer, are not getting enough Vit D from the sun to store it up for over the fall and winter.

    This is certainly not to be taken as medical advice. However, it certainly wouldn’t hurt for anyone, especially seniors, to start taking at least a good daily multiple vitamin with an eye to prevention, and do the research on how to gradually and modestly up your Vitamin D levels and stores over the summer with either a Vit D supplement or a little bit of daily sun bathing.

    If there are chronic health issues, ask your physician to get your blood Vit D levels checked.

    Hello, England. London sits on the 51st Latitude North. The British Isles don’t get much Vit D producing sunshine at all between the latitude, the rain and the fog.

    Public Health England published Vit D recommendations for COVID-19 prevention back in April, particularly for people with black and dark skin, who probably don’t generate enough Vit D at those latitudes, even when spending time in the sun.

    BBC: Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?

    Quote: Public Health England is recommending people consider taking daily vitamin D supplements throughout the spring and summer as the coronavirus lockdown continues.

    What is the advice?

    People in the UK are already advised to consider taking a supplement of 10 micrograms a day during the winter months (from October to March), and all year round if we aren’t spending much time outdoors.

    Public Health England is concerned that people could be missing out on the vitamin during the coronavirus pandemic when we are being advised to stay at home more.

    It recommends vitamin D throughout the year if:

    –you are not often outdoors - if you are housebound because you are shielding, for example
    –you live in a care home
    –you usually wear clothes that cover up most of your skin when outdoors
    –People with dark skin may also not be getting enough even if they spend time outdoors.

    Scottish and Welsh governments have issued the same advice.

    …Although vitamin D supplements are very safe, taking more than the recommended amount every day can be dangerous in the long run.

    If you choose to take vitamin D supplements:

    –Children aged 1-10 should not have more than 50 micrograms a day [2,000 IU-Kj]

    –Infants (under 12 months) should not have more than 25 micrograms a day [1000 IU-Kj]

    –Adults should not have more than 100 micrograms a day [4,000 IU-Kj] and if they are going to take supplements the recommended amount is 10 micrograms a day [End quote]
    [https://www.bbc.com/news/health-52371688]

    Nearly all of the metro areas around the world which were slammed hard by COVID-19, like New York (~41st Lat. North) and Seattle (~48 Lat. North), are way north of the 35th Latitude North.

    Back to the Neofeudal Nanny State, John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute had an excellent commentary the other day on the situation which he calls ‘Technofascism’:

    Technofascism: Digital Book Burning in a Totalitarian Age

    By John W. Whitehead
    May 05, 2020

    “Those who created this country chose freedom. With all of its dangers. And do you know the riskiest part of that choice they made? They actually believed that we could be trusted to make up our own minds in the whirl of differing ideas.

    “That we could be trusted to remain free, even when there were very, very seductive voices—taking advantage of our freedom of speech—who were trying to turn this country into the kind of place where the government could tell you what you can and cannot do.”—Nat Hentoff

    We are fast becoming a nation—nay, a world—of book burners.

    While on paper, we are technically free to speak—at least according to the U.S. Constitution—in reality, however, we are only as free to speak as the government and its corporate partners such as Facebook, Google or YouTube may allow.

    That’s not a whole lot of freedom. Especially if you’re inclined to voice opinions that may be construed as conspiratorial or dangerous.

    Take David Icke, for example.

    Icke, a popular commentator and author often labeled a conspiracy theorist by his detractors, recently had his Facebook page and YouTube channel (owned by Google) deleted for violating site policies by “spreading coronavirus disinformation.”

    The Centre for Countering Digital Hate, which has been vocal about calling for Icke’s de-platforming, is also pushing for the removal of all other sites and individuals who promote Icke’s content in an effort to supposedly “save lives.”

    Translation: the CCDH evidently believes the public is too dumb to think for itself and must be protected from dangerous ideas.

    This is the goosestepping Nanny State trying to protect us from ourselves.

    In the long run, this “safety” control (the censorship and shadowbanning of anyone who challenges a mainstream narrative) will be far worse than merely allowing people to think for themselves.

    Journalist Matt Taibbi gets its: “The people who want to add a censorship regime to a health crisis are more dangerous and more stupid by leaps and bounds than a president who tells people to inject disinfectant.”

    Don’t fall for the propaganda.

    These internet censors are not acting in our best interests to protect us from dangerous, disinformation campaigns about COVID-19, a virus whose source and behavior continue to elude medical officials.

    They’re laying the groundwork now, with Icke as an easy target, to preempt any “dangerous” ideas that might challenge the power elite’s stranglehold over our lives.

    This is how freedom dies.

    It doesn’t matter what disinformation Icke may or may not have been spreading about COVID-19. That’s not the issue.

    As commentator Caitlin Johnstone recognizes, the censorship of David Icke by these internet media giants has nothing to do with Icke:

    “What matters is that we’re seeing a consistent and accelerating pattern of powerful plutocratic institutions collaborating with the US-centralized empire to control what ideas people around the world are permitted to share with each other, and it’s a very unsafe trajectory.”

    Welcome to the age of technofascism.

    Technofascism, clothed in tyrannical self-righteousness, is powered by technological behemoths (both corporate and governmental) working in tandem. As journalist Chet Bowers explains, “Technofascism’s level of efficiency and totalitarian potential can easily lead to repressive systems that will not tolerate dissent.”

    Continued: https://tinyurl.com/Whiteford-Techfascism

    ~~~*~~~

    Declare war on Google/Aleph-Bet, Billy Gates, his Pharmafia, and the Plandemic Nanny State New World Order and fight their doomsday propaganda by taking your vitamins every day, especially Vit D.

    Most importantly, however, with the ‘flattening of the curve’ and all of the enforced physical distancing, what will most likely happen is that COVID-19 will reemerge in a second wave come this Fall, and perhaps even more ferocious. I’ve read that the Pentagon is already planning for this most likely eventuality.

  9. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2020 @ 4:05 pm

    @Paul

    ON SECOND THOUGHT, decided to change it to:

    “Soviet Style Censorship”

    Otherwise, I’m insulting the German people and nation by equating it and them with a Christ-hating jew, WuSHITski.

  10. KathJuliane May 11, 2020 @ 5:41 pm

    File under +BN’s category, How Corona Can Backfire

    Taking up his motto, “Make America Streamlined Again,” and making Corona actually work to eventual advantage for Main Street America by busting centralized Big Agra monopolies and getting agriculture back to the grassroots local economies, I came across this gem.

    ~~~*~~~

    To Stanch COVID-19 Meat Crisis, Let Small Farmers Sell Meat to Local Grocers

    The ability of Americans to buy meat in grocery stores is at risk due to serious supply-chain issues caused by COVID-19.

    Reason.com

    The ability of Americans to buy meat in grocery stores is at risk due to serious supply-chain issues caused by COVID-19. Though President Donald Trump just issued an executive order last week requiring meat plants to remain open, there are likely too many sick plant workers for the order to prop up the nation’s dwindling meat supply.

    The nation’s small farmers and ranchers stand ready to help address these supply shortages. But unless Congress moves quickly to amend, suspend, or repeal a burdensome and ineffective federal law, red tape will prevent that meat from ever reaching grocers—or you.

    Last month, Smithfield [owned by Chinese conglomerate WH Group-Kj], the nation’s largest pork processor, announced it was closing its Sioux Falls, South Dakota, plant “indefinitely” due to a massive outbreak of coronavirus among its thousands of plant workers there.

    That facility had been processing 4 to 5 percent of the pork Americans consume every day. Since then, competitors in several states have also been forced to shutter or reduce output at facilities in several states.

    These massive plants, where livestock are slaughtered and broken down into commercial portions, were created to maximize worker output and efficiency.

    They were not designed with COVID-19 distancing guidelines in mind. Plant employees often work “shoulder-to-shoulder” and at breakneck speeds—processing more than 1,000 pig carcasses an hour, for example.

    Even as large meat processors face peril, many small, local farmers and ranchers—including those who raise high-quality, grassfed cattle—report brisk business in direct-to-consumer (on-farm) sales.

    While those farmers and ranchers would be happy to sell meat to grocery stores—allowing grocers to keep shelves stocked—a decades-old federal law stands in the way.

    That law, the Wholesome Meat Act, which Congress passed in 1967, requires all commercially available beef and pork to be slaughtered and processed either in USDA-inspected facilities or in state facilities that enforce processes “equal to” federal rules.

    The law, which was intended to boost cooperation between the USDA and state governments, applies both to interstate and intrastate sales. Practically, that means a local rancher who wants to sell 100 pounds of ground beef to a local food co-op must follow the same rules as a giant producer that slaughters tens of thousands of hogs or head of cattle each day and then ships their meat to states across the country.

    It also means that local rancher who wants to sell meat through commercial channels often must bear the expense of sending her livestock hundreds of miles away—even out of state—to be slaughtered.

    With regulatory and cost burdens so high, many farmers and ranchers instead choose to utilize much smaller, local “custom” slaughter facilities and abattoirs outside the USDA inspection regime.

    Those that do so may only sell an interest in a live animal, which forecloses on the option to sell much smaller portions—such as steaks—to grocers and others.

    The Wholesome Meat Act and the 1906 law it amended—the Federal Meat Inspection Act—have been blamed for food-safety issues and massive consolidation in the industry, with Smithfield, Cargill, JBS, and Tyson now controlling most of the nation’s meat supply; large producers have cornered more than 80 percent of the nation’s beef market and more than 70 percent of the pork market.

    That enormous meat supply is now at risk. But a fix is at hand—if Washington acts fast.

    As we see it, this is one problem—that meat processed in custom slaughterhouses cannot be sold in intrastate commerce—with three distinct solutions.

    First, Congress could move immediately to suspend, amend, or repeal portions of the Wholesome Meat Act to allow intrastate commercial sales of meat processed in custom slaughter facilities and abattoirs according to the laws of each respective state.

    Second, Congress could finally pass the PRIME Act, a bipartisan bill that would have a similar impact.

    Third, the USDA may be able to suspend enforcement temporarily of the Wholesome Meat Act’s provisions pertaining to the mandatory inspection of intrastate meat processing and sales.

    Other agencies have suspended enforcing rules due to COVID-19. For example, in March, the EPA announced it would suspend enforcement of some pollution regulations due to the pandemic. (Suspending enforcement of rules doesn’t require a pandemic. Years earlier, the Obama administration also suspended enforcement of selective rules.)

    Choosing any of these three approaches would allow that local rancher to sell her ranch’s ground beef to her local grocer, co-op, or restaurant, along with supplying meat at farmers markets, via online sales, and through other commercial avenues. On the other hand, choosing to maintain the status quo will harm consumers, smaller ranchers, and grocers while further decimating the nation’s meat supply.

    The choice is clear. The integrity of our food supply demands quick action.

    https://reason.com/2020/05/09/to-stanch-covid-19-meat-crisis-let-small-farmers-sell-meat-to-local-grocers/

  11. ron28 May 11, 2020 @ 7:22 pm

    Br. Nathanael, will the Jews give these vaccines to their own people?

    And what are the average Jews going to do during this crisis?

    Thanks for the great info.

  12. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2020 @ 7:27 pm

    @ron28

    First of all, there’s no such thing as an “average” Jew.

    Every single Jew—unless they’ve been baptized into the Orthodox Church—is a working member and link of the Synagogue of Satan.

    The Synagogue of Satan is Universal and Evil. Every Jew shares in it’s diabolical reach.

    As regards Jews taking the vaccine, well, use your head. There are TONS of JEWish doctors, and the AMA is run by worldwide Jewry.

    A forged certificate of immunization won’t be hard to get for the “average” jew. +BN

  13. KathJuliane May 11, 2020 @ 8:03 pm

    “Seriously? H.R.6666 - COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act

    John Rourke

    There is a ton of scuttle going on about this new bill submitted in the House of Representatives.

    While much of what is being said is wacko babble, there is a reason for concern. In this video, I am reading the bill myself and providing my own thoughts.

    See the bill here - - - https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/6666/text

    Notice the name of the bill?

    H.R.6666. Yup - 6666. Who came up with that? Holy crap! Seriously?”

    Detailed Info
    {https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlj8CwhLRVQ

    Mirrored at Marine1063
    {https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpuudPWAmB0

  14. KathJuliane May 11, 2020 @ 8:43 pm

    New Yorkers slam Cuomo’s post-COVID-19 plans

    New York remains the epicenter of #COVID19 outbreak in the US as it struggles to deal with a rapid rise in infections.

    New York state governor, Andrew Cuomo is already outlining his post-outbreak plans and his decision to call on America’s richest to help out, has prompted anger in the Big Apple. [Like Gates, Bloomberg, and Eric Schmidt of Google - Kj]

    {https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2DwPjG5nHg

  15. Caveman2012 May 12, 2020 @ 12:21 am

    666 all over the place!

    TRACE act HR 6666, interesting.

    Did you know that Bill Gates (Microsoft) recently got patent WO2020/060606 on a cryptocurrency microchip that uses body activity data to function? Here:
    https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2020060606A1/en

    +BN recently did a video on invisible, intradermal marks (tattoos) delivered together with vaccines. They can be read with infrared light, and the whole study was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
    https://stm.sciencemag.org/content/11/523/eaay7162

    Now, you connect the dots:

    1-Mandatory vaccination against Covid-19

    2-Together with the vaccine you will get the tattoo, without which no one will be able to travel or even walk around.

    3-They could (will) go a step further and inject the new cryptocurrency microchip together with the vaccine, the one with patent number 060606 (=666 in the Kabbala).

    We will be able to decline being vaccined, marked and microchipped by Satan’s minions but -if we do- we won’t be able to move, buy or sell, as in Revelations 13.

    Better to die on your feet and go to Heaven than to live on your knees and lose your soul.

  16. Steve May 12, 2020 @ 4:57 am

    HUMANITY MUST CONTINUE TO RESIST!

    The question is: how far will the SOBs go in fighting back?

    Will they call out the military? They are already having the police deny us our constitution rights.

    Some locally elected officials/judges/police chiefs etc. are refusing to enforce the lockdown orders.

    Trump’s second term will define the future for our nation as he controls the military who can be called upon to override any state Governor’s order to call out the National Guard to attack the people.

    As you have pointed out BroNat, there is a silver lining to this hoax. LGBT education/MSM are being re-evaluated and will be found to be useless.

    Home schooling and local farming, traditional American self-reliance values, are already making a comeback.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/health/we-now-know-far-more-about-covid-19-lockdown-should-end

  17. The Elder of Zyklon-B May 12, 2020 @ 6:14 am

    @Paul

    Glad you came around here. I see the uninformed associating die juden and their satanic schemes with “Nazis” all the time.

    This really plays right into their scheming hands. Judeo-Bolshevik is the correct National Socialist terminology.

    International Jewry and Bolshevism went hand in hand according to them and they were right.

    Der Bolschewismus

  18. Truth Anywhere May 12, 2020 @ 11:24 am

    It’s in the works

    Yeah, the jews can’t kill everybody now with a disease, too relatively random and risky.

    They’ll try to use excuses like the CoYID-19 experiment to Gates-chip everybody up and force mandatory “vaccination” on the world (Gates in Africa) which will start killing them about 6 months later.

    Of course, to be blamed on a “mysterious” new disease first killing the children (abortion?) and Trump, or whomever they don’t want elected.

    Doing more of the talmudic jew Lloyd Blankfein’s “God’s work.”

  19. PeterL May 12, 2020 @ 2:04 pm

    This metropolitan tells it like it is just like Brother Nathanael.

    Maybe someone can translate it.

    He is basically saying to take back Greece from the wolves with rifles. The only way.
    {https://youtu.be/KWyqr58h_NI

  20. Citizenfitz May 12, 2020 @ 7:55 pm

    “Every single Jew—unless they’ve been baptized into the Orthodox Church—is a working member and link of the Synagogue of Satan.”

    Brother Nate! What about Jews who convert to Catholicism?

  21. Tiny Jews have the Blues May 13, 2020 @ 1:49 am

    Yep, Mossad, Shin Bet, and MI-6 want to fund you for 3 months (can be extended).

    All you have to do is suck Ralph’s baby dick in Brooklyn, with the finest of them.

    (Ray Layota says hi.)

  22. The Englishman May 13, 2020 @ 5:12 am

    @Citzfitz

    ON ORDINATION

    The Eastern Orthodox Church to which Brother Nathanael belongs does not ordain openly LGBTQ people, nor does it ordain women. However, alternative organizations such as the (pseudo) Orthodox-Catholic Church of America do ordain both women and LGBTQ people.

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xs8r74

    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/04/22/sex-abuse-catholic-church-why-more-americans-leaving/3507437002/

  23. The Elder of Zyklon-B May 13, 2020 @ 11:41 am

    “Brother Nate! What about Jews who convert to Catholicism?”

    BN can answer that one, but most evangelicals would say die juden DO NOT have to convert. It is that special, chosen status you see; they get a free pass.

    Most protestant evangelicals remain in total denial that since the dawn of time, juden have been at the helm of promoting every vile and degenerate thing which they condemn.

    Also I might add, Catholics are going to Hell according to many of them. Let’s see, the last time I heard that was….. about a year ago in a Southern Baptist Sunday school class of church which I soon quit attending.

    The members of this church are now doing the Crown-19 dance routine during their services. Psycho-social distancing, no handshakes, hugs, NO ALTAR CALL, no hymnals (spreads germs), no Sunday school classes, and 2-3 short services which one must call in and reserve a spot for days in advance.

    No joke.

    God bless America as the good goyim say.

    Woe to the hapless visitor who might wander in one Sunday morn.

  24. Citizenfitz May 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm

    @Englishman

    What has any of this to do with the conversion and salvation of Jews?

  25. Citizenfitz May 13, 2020 @ 7:32 pm

    Well Elder, the Baptists got that right at least: most Catholic ARE going to Hell. Though unfortunately for them not all.

    The protestant’s problem is of a different sort than the Catholic’s. It’s their chaotic doctrines; resulting in a situation whereby whatever one protestant sect teaches, there’s another one down the street that denies it all. So much for the Truth.

    The nature of the Trinity? The divinity of Christ? Pfffttt… The requisites of salvation? The baptismal formula? Contraception? Abortion? Divorce and remarriage? The abomination of homosexuality? The ordination of women?

    And whatever doctrines protestant churches may have taught in the past have changed over time: e.g., they once were quite opposed to divorce. Once….

    Today, about the only thing they agree on is that there seems to be a God of some sort.

    The problems with Catholicism aren’t doctrinal. Those are sound. It’s bad Catholics. This describes most Catholics throughout history and an even larger percentage of the hierarchy; which at this point in history has to a great degree been infiltrated by a flabby homosexual cabal.

    But, however perverse things have gotten, God is going to rectify the World in a spectacular way.

    Until then, prayer and fasting.

  26. KathJuliane May 13, 2020 @ 8:27 pm

    Small is Beautiful—And Critical

    Law & Liberty

    Paul Schwennesen

    May 13

    Fickle, the hand of fate. Just weeks ago I was publicly bemoaning the plight of small-scale agriculture and the imminent demise of the family farm, while offering to sell my ranch—cheap.
    https://www.adamsmithworks.org/speakings/the-future-of-farmers-adam-smith-weighs-in

    Now, in a turn of events we could not make up, let alone foresee, we are trying like mad to fulfill the sudden demand for local beef orders.

    Our family operates a cattle ranch and small-scale (very small-scale) slaughter facility in southern Arizona.

    Twenty-five years ago, we stepped away from the ever-increasing consolidation in the meat industry, backed out of the agribusiness model, and chose the path less taken by directly marketing to the local-food cognoscenti.

    We didn’t want to become another producer-peon in the multinational corporate machinery that has made family-scale agriculture nothing more than a novelty item.

    Now more than ever, as major meatpackers shut down amidst COVID-19 concerns, we are reminded why vibrant, prosperous, small-scale agriculture is so vital, not only to our national food supply, but to our national character.

    This crisis reinforces just how far we’ve strayed from republican ideals of frugal self-sufficiency, as we now live in the shadow of twin leviathans: a bloated bureaucracy that beggars belief and a crony elite that hides behind the skirts of the nanny-state.

    The impending meat shortages at the grocery store are the predictable outcome of regulatory sclerosis—a dog’s breakfast of codes, ordinances, and ever-growing restrictions that pose a nearly impenetrable barrier to entry for those wanting to operate small, local meat processors.

    The local butcher is a rapidly extinguishing relic, and the reason is not lack of demand, but lack of supply.

    Unless you are JBS or Smithfield, with phalanxes of attorneys and lobbyists capable of securing preferential tax treatment, you will have a tough time penciling out a meat operation. Believe me.

    When the dust settles, perhaps there will be the political will to deregulate an industry that badly needs it. . . . Perhaps we will even miraculously rediscover the republican virtues of keeping things small, diffuse, and decentralized.

    Where we’re from, small meat plants used to be common: at least ten were within driving distance when I grew up. Now we’re down to three—two of those are for sale, and one is operated and subsidized by the local university.

    Since 1990 alone, the country has lost around a third of its slaughter facilities.

    More disturbing still, while federally-inspected USDA plants have decreased substantially, they have not suffered as badly as non-federal plants.

    Around 1,300 non-federal plants have winked out of existence in the last generation, and the trend has not wavered. Consolidation is the unmistakable and dangerous course.

    The ironclad law of unintended consequences—along with a boundless faith in government oversight as an effective means to “protect” people from the food they eat—has now left us flat-footed and facing food shortages.

    Decades of ever-greater centralization have made our food system top-heavy and unstable.

    We’ve lost a robust, local, grassroots meat infrastructure to lean on when the big boys go down, and we’ve lost it because policy has made it nearly impossible for the diverse, dispersed production we needed to insulate us against the unforeseen.

    The cattle industry in our part of the world is in a tailspin. Even before the pandemic, mutterings and complaints about “price-fixing” by the big packers had cow-calf producers up in arms.

    Antitrust lawsuits, reminiscent of the Beef Combines of Roosevelt’s era indicated something distinctly awry in the industry.

    What this latest catastrophe means for us is anyone’s guess. It’s reasonable to assume, however, more of the same: big packers have already been ordered back to work despite COVID concerns, and the price-fixing investigations will probably be conveniently shuffled under the rug.

    Corporate meat processors will probably survive and grow even larger when things return to normal.

    There is, however, perhaps a chance to do things a little differently. The silver lining in this crisis is the recognition that the state-sponsored push toward bigger, better, and cheaper meat production came at a major cost.

    Perhaps customers will have rediscovered the value of buying local meat from people they can speak with, from systems they can relate to. When the dust settles, perhaps there will be the political will to deregulate an industry that badly needs it.

    Perhaps a less burdensome regulatory environment would entice a new generation to reinvent small-scale, locally produced, locally processed meats. Perhaps we will even miraculously rediscover the republican virtues of keeping things small, diffuse, and decentralized. Time will tell.

    Paul Schwennesen is a conservation rancher and doctoral candidate in environmental history.

    https://lawliberty.org/small-is-beautiful-and-critical/

  27. pierre May 17, 2020 @ 8:02 pm

    I wonder if the Jewish network could find the grace to sell some of their fake vaccine certificates like the (allegedly) corrupt Roman Catholic Church sold indulgences in the Middle Ages.

    Savitri Devi Murkhaji(sp.?) ( ‘Hitler’s priestess’ by one unkind biographer) could term herself a Nazi as a compliment and her highly esteemed Germans during the ‘glorious years’ when they became Fed-Exed (lol, I just thought that one up) and labor as the basis of the currency.
    http://savitridevi.org/

    And her books at archive.org, Defiance, Pilgrimage, The Lightening and the Sun (a bit of a looney book the latter but inspiring and hopeful nonetheless).

    I nowadays only use the term nazi as a perjorative in terms of possible and probably backing by our enemies for banker’s wars and empire monopoly purposes the BIS was still used by them. And why they are going to take the USA down the same starting last month, and as they did Russia a hundred years ago.

    At least the nazis could talk about the ‘problem’ then.

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