COMING SOON: More Doom and Gloom
Summer – Wk 11: In Shadow | Attack of the Pro-Vaxx Hacks | Using Robots to Teach Kids to be Robots | Technocrats in Your Face | Technocrats Up Your Ass
This series of incredible drawings, unveiled in a narrative sequence, sums up the spirit of our era.
It’s worth every minute.
"IN SHADOW: A Modern Odyssey" - Lubomir Arsov (2017)
Attack of the Pro-Vaxx Hacks
Universalism is the perfect ideology for people with no empathy or imagination.
Seeing as how the COVID-19 pandemic response has flip-flopped and failed time and time again—the lockdowns, the masksks, the vaxx, the propaganda, the shaming, the shunning, the endless horseshit about Nobel-worthy “horse paste”—it’s obvious that any one-size-fits-all policy lacks regard for natural human diversity.
It’s pretty funny that the loudest people touting “diversity” are almost always intent on spreading homogeneity. What’s not funny is that they now rule the country.
Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter Navarro write in the Washington Times:
On August 5, 2021, we warned against the Biden regime’s forced universal vaccination policy, and Facebook promptly censored us. Now, the World Health Organization Director is pleading that world governments abandon their infinite booster shot madness, warning – as we did – about the possibility of more “virulent” and “potent” mutations. We wonder if Facebook will censor him.
Malone and Navarro go on:
If we are right – and we have science, facts, and evidence all on our side – there are more than First Amendment rights at stake. Millions of lives – perhaps even the human race itself – hang in the balance.
Prong One of our strategy is to vaccinate only the most vulnerable – primarily the elderly and individuals with significant comorbidities such as lung and heart disease or diabetes. …
Prong Two allows physicians to freely prescribe a wide range of safe and effective therapeutics in early treatment, outpatient use. …
As reflected in the WHO’s concerns, sound science strongly suggests that the more you vaccinate, the more likely you will spawn vaccine-resistant mutations. …
It is this simple Darwinian principle of virology that Facebook’s censors can’t seem to wrap their heads around. They argue mutations will occur whether the virus encounters antibodies generated by vaccines or antibodies generated by those previously infected.
But here’s the critical difference: The mutations that develop when the virus encounters vaccinated people will be far better armed to defeat the vaccine than the mutations that otherwise develop from far more diverse “wild-spike” and other viral proteins. So the more people you vaccinate, the more vaccine-resistant mutations you get, and in the vaccine “arms race,” the more need for ever more potent boosters.
Sound reasoning. But why bother with the intricacies of viral evolution or immunology when you have the infallible power of Science and snide condescension on your side?
“Trust the Science…”
Using Robots to Teach Kids to be Robots
Great teachers are the pillars of civilization. They may be few and far between, but they still exist. I’ve seen them with my own two eyes.
These noble men and women deserve our utmost praise and respect. They should get $100 bills thrown at them like hot strippers. They should get free drugs like rockstars. At the very least, they should have a pot of fresh coffee waiting for them in the teacher’s lounge every morning.
But like the endangered falcons and willing restaurant employees of the world, great teachers are a rare and dying breed. If you find yourself wondering why the foundations of Western society are crumbling, look no further than the classroom.
This week, we saw Project Veritas unmask another clown with a damning video and the longest headline I’ve ever read:
“Pro-Antifa High School Teacher in California Admits Communist Indoctrination of Students ... ‘I Have 180 Days to Turn Them into Revolutionaries’ … Other Teachers ‘on the Same Page’ … ‘There is a Reason Why These Kids are Becoming Further Left’”
A few days before, Los Angeles Magazine published a revealing profile of the LA teacher’s union president Cecily Myart-Cruz. It would be bad enough if her statements had been secretly recorded, but this bovine “firebrand” openly told the interviewer:
“There is no such thing as learning loss,” she responds when asked how her insistence on keeping L.A.’s schools mostly locked down over the last year and a half may have impacted the city’s 600,000 kindergarten through 12th-grade students. “Our kids didn’t lose anything. It’s OK that our babies may not have learned all their times tables. They learned resilience. They learned survival. They learned critical-thinking skills. They know the difference between a riot and a protest. They know the words insurrection and coup.”
And if you really want to go deep—two weeks ago John Klyczek raised the alarm on the broader technocratic plan to roboticize education with “American Federation of Teachers Sells Out to Rockefellers, Trilateralists, and Big Tech” at Unlimited Hangout:
The country’s 2nd largest teachers union heavily lobbied the CDC to not reopen schools. While they framed their efforts as health and safety focused, there is more than meets the eye to the union’s push for indefinite remote learning.
What, that these government engorged school marms are lazy as fuck? Let’s read on…
On May 1st, 2021, Americans for Public Trust leaked email correspondences between the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Obtained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, these emails revealed how the bureaucracy of this teachers’ union was lobbying the CDC to roll back its school reopening guidelines.
Pumping the brakes on the return to in-person learning, the AFT emails successfully petitioned the CDC to add “language” recommending that schools continue to provide “telework” and “virtual teaching opportunities” as alternatives to face-to-face education. The AFT also requested that the Center for Disease Control add a coronavirus “variant closing metric” that would renege on the CDC’s greenlight for in-person instruction “at any level of community [COVID] transmission.” By prioritizing “telework” and “virtual teaching,” while seeking to reinstate COVID lockdown measures in the event of new coronavirus variants, the lobbying efforts of the AFT basically pressured the CDC into relegating schools to prolonged virtual “distance learning” that is outsourced to private ed-tech corporations.
To put it bluntly, the AFT has been attempting to sway the CDC to ratchet up COVID restrictions that perpetuate public education’s reliance on Big Tech company privatization.
So teachers unions are allowing Big Tech to invade classrooms while sitting on their fat duffs and collecting paychecks. No shocker there.
But as always at Unlimited Hangout, the rabbit hole only goes deeper:
In light of these past dealings with corporatists, globalists, and technocrats, it appears that the AFT may have ulterior motives to stall the full return to in-person learning in order to wedge schools into contracting with the union’s ed-techcronies, such as IBM and Microsoft, which are driving “Reimagine Education” campaigns along with UNESCO to spur the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” for the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” By pressing the CDC to drag out COVID constraints that relegate education systems to “distance” and “hybrid,” or “blended,” combinations of virtual-online instruction, the AFT has essentially been lobbying to hitch schools to multinational ed-tech cartels which aim to data-mine students’ psychometrics for workforce “competence” in the global “Social Credit” economy of the “surveillance capitalist” Fourth Industrial Revolution.
There are good reasons that homeschooling is losing its stigma.
Technocrats in Your Face
An Australian state is testing out a new app that uses facial recognition technology to ensure residents are complying with COVID-19 home quarantine orders.
The app, listed as Home Quarantine SA in app stores and unveiled by the South Australian government Aug. 23, uses geo-location and facial recognition software to track those quarantining themselves, South Australia Premier Steven Marshall told ABC News in an August interview.
All South Australians ordered to quarantine must download the app.
The app ensures citizens comply with quarantine orders by contacting people at random and asking them to provide proof of their location within 15 minutes. Citizens then share their location with the government or provide “live face check-ins” to confirm they are at their “registered quarantine address,” according to the app’s description.
“We don’t tell them how often or when, on a random basis they have to reply within 15 minutes,” Marshall told ABC News.
“I think every South Australian should feel pretty proud that we are the national pilot for the home-based quarantine app,” Marshall said.
I hope this jerk gets punched by a kangaroo, shocked by a platypus, bitten by a funnel-web spider, and eaten by a great white shark.
Technocrats Up Your Ass
The Wall Street Journal drops a hot investment tip on dat ass:
The next frontier of at-home health tracking is flush with data: the toilet.
Researchers and companies are developing high-tech toilets that go beyond adding smart speakers or a heated seat. These smart facilities are designed to look out for signs of gastrointestinal disease, monitor blood pressure or tell you that you need to eat more fish, all from the comfort of your personal throne.
“All of the things that have come with smartwatches and phones, you can imagine that on another scale,” says Joshua Coon, a bioanalytical chemist.
Researchers at Stanford School of Medicine have outfitted a toilet bowl with cameras and trained a machine-learning algorithm to analyze the waste against a diagnostic chart. The toilet can also track the flow, color and volume of urine. It is equipped with a urine test-strip similar to a pregnancy test that detects specific molecules that can provide insight into a person’s health. To tell users apart, the toilet has both a fingerprint scan when a person flushes and a scan of their anus’s characteristics, or an anal print.
How do they get the original anal print, anyway? And does it tickle?
Another key barrier is privacy. A 300-person survey conducted by the Stanford team found that one third of respondents were uncomfortable with the concept of a smart toilet that collects health data, with many citing privacy as a chief concern. Respondents were especially uncomfortable with the camera-based approach. More than half, however, were at least somewhat comfortable with a smart toilet.
“I have now heard every toilet pun or joke you can imagine,” Casana’s Mr. McChord says. “A toilet seat is something that everyone is going to giggle about…”
Yeah, well, sue me.
Speaking of, that old animated sketch comedy SuperNews! was never that funny—okay, I was the only person on earth who laughed—but I’ll be damned if they weren’t miles ahead of the curve.
I remember their skit “The Google Toilet” from like twelve years ago: