1. Robert Barricklow

    New article from F. William Engdahl


    … it’s beginning to sink in that the world’s major manufacturing center and source of a huge of the huge industrial supply chains, could face catastrophic economic consequences…

    The U.S. is not prepared for this; nor, other countries.

    All this, and more makes one wonder who orchestrated this for what purpose. When you look at Australia; the perpetrators there don’t give a lick about the living.
    These are but two of the ongoing global fires. Not to mention, ones being set or coming soon, as we speak.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      There’s a slew of suspects; including China. Remember, like the U.S., there are in-country factions at cross purposes there, as well as anywhere globally.
      Then, there are the extra-state actors.
      And, the not-so terrestrial hidden hands, at play?

  2. Robert Barricklow

    Saw latest article on Coronavirus.
    Tried to pull it up at rt.com and a NY Times[Her Majesty’s Rag] article jumped in on google search.
    Went to
    and got the rt article.

    1,018 dead and counting; over 20,000 being monitored for symptoms.
    Prefer the rt frame; although, both slanted.
    Maybe even both are AI generated?
    Hey! That’s the way it is.

  3. Loxie Lou Davie


    A few years ago Bill Ryan interviewed a man who had worked within the “elite” group in the UK & in one of their meetings heard someone jokingly say that at some future point, “China would catch a cold”. I believe the interview was done in 2010, one can find it on Project Camelot & I believe Kerry Cassidy recently referred to it.

    It is impossible for us “normies” to fully comprehend the mindset of these “elite” groups!! But they DO exist!!

  4. Robert Barricklow

    “Some Practical Questions About the Coronavirus Epidemic”
    is a great link. Loved it!
    Reference to Titanic officers spot on.
    Unfortunately, the horse has left the barn reference is also apt; meaning, things may get dicey[to say the least]

    Hope this turns out like Shakespeare’s play:
    Much Ado About Nothing.

    Or, was that Jan 30th’s post?

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