So many people sent me this story that it vaulted right to the top of this week's finals list (and a big thank you to all who sent it). The story, as you can tell from the title of this blog, concerns the US military's decision to ban all corona virus survivors from enlisting:

Coronavirus survivors banned from joining the military

The question is, how does one interpret this? And in answer to that, I suspect there's really only two ways: (1) the way "they" want you to do so, in the context of the plandemic narrative, and (2) the "high octane speculation" way.

So, first the "plandemic narrative way": This is easy to do, and you don't have to leave home or do much thinking to do it. In fact, in many people's opinion, not leaving home or doing much thinking is at least a part of the many objectives of the plandemic op. In this case, it's easy to contrive the public narrative reason for the ban: the US military doesn't want the virus to spread in its ranks, nor does it want its ranks to spread the virus elsewhere. Those are, indeed, very plausible reasons. Spreading the virus in its ranks could weaken the military at a crucial period, add mightily to the expense of maintaining the health of soldiers, and create massive public relations and diplomatic problems for soldiers, sailors, and airmen stationed overseas.

However, when on turns to consider the "high octane speculation" way of interpreting the ban, several possibilities open up. While watching this plandemic narrative unfold and morph into various forms over the past few weeks, one thing that has struck me is the sheer hysteria that has been ramped up by the propatainment ministry's various Mighty Wurlitzers of information distortion and dissemination. And it's that hysteria - way out of proportion to the actual numbers - that has everyone wondering, for there are only three basic ways of interpreting it: (1) either the hysteria itself is part of the plandemic op as its "social engineering" component, or (2) "they" know something about the virus "they" are not telling us, or (3) some mixture of the previous two.

Might the military suspect this is some form of biological warfare being waged against it? That's possible, and the first law of biological warfare is you don't unleash it on someone else, unless you have the cure yourself. But the propatainment ministry's "narrative outlets" (i.e., what we used to call networks and wire services) have been recently promoting two stories: one, the dramatic recovery rates of people administered hydroxochloriphine, and two, that new strains seem to be appearing as the virus mutates before our eyes. In any case, the reaction of the military is consistent to a degree if a biowarfare scenario is in play, and the fact that the hydroxochloriphine story is already circulating lends some credence to the idea that the military may know something about this virus that the rest of us do not, because it's unwilling to risk exposure even with that drug showing such promising results.

There's another possibility in this area as well. On Sunday May 3rd of last week, I appeared on Mr. Richard C. Hoagland's The Other Side of Midnight radio and podcast show. During that interview, he pointed out something interesting, and indulged in a bit of high octane speculation of his own. The interesting bit of data that he pointed out was that there appeared to be rather abnormal concentrations of the virus in the brains of the unfortunate people who died from it. That in turn suggests that the virus is able, somehow, to breach the blood-brain barrier. He also pointed out that the little "spikes" we've all seen on pictures of the virus were triangular in shape, as if they were examples of nano-engineering. From these, he entertained the speculation that perhaps the virus was some sort of mind manipulation technology, deliberately designed to lodge in the brain, and perhaps alter behavior.  This made some sense to me, as I pointed out that Dr. Charles Lieber of Harvard University's chemistry department was involved in nano-engineering, and was connected to the Wuhan laboratory, as was Dr. Anthony Fauci. I point it out as one of the "high octane speculation" possibilities that are out there.

In the course of that show, we also speculated that perhaps this virus was some sort of Michael Chrichton Andromeda Strain novel scenario. In Chrichton's novel, the "strain" is a virus brought back to Earth, by a satellite specifically designed to go out into space and scoop up pathogens and return them to Earth for biowarfare uses. Appropriately enough, the project is called Project Scoop.  Only the virus escapes, and gets into the general population. Of course, this is the wildest speculation of them all.

However, oddly enough there are some "indicators" out there that this idea cannot be entirely dismissed. Indicator one: there are already a number of physicians, virologists, geneticists and so on who have already argued that the virus shows signs of (1) having been engineered and (2) being a bioweapon. Indeed, I myself have argued in earlier blogs that it might be a kind of bio-electromagnetic technology, its nano-components being activated by certain electromagnetic contexts as a virus one can literally "turn on" or "turn off." And while all this propatainment hysteria goes on and on, the U.S. Space Force releases its first TV commercial which emphasizes an "off-planet" career, and a few weeks ago the European Space Agency cancelled a Mars probe because of - you guessed it - the virus.

Is all this far-fetched, and far off the end of the twig of speculation?

You betcha.

The trouble is, there's too much about all of this that is strange, and that makes me think the "plandemic narrative way" of interpreting the military's ban, while the most plausible in and of itself, doesn't really have the spread to cover all the strangeness.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Sandygirl on May 13, 2020 at 8:13 am

    Crow 777 podcast – at 29:00 min.; the photo of the CDC virus is not a real virus image. (the picture that’s orange/red and has spikes all over it) it’s cgi created. Its not possible to get a picture of the virus particle. No virus in the human cell has ever been isolated. The image’s are of debris, cellular break down products left over.

  2. Appletree on May 12, 2020 at 8:22 am

    There is a theory of a UFO crash at Corona wich the US covered up in 1947. During this Corona pandemic the Pentagon authenticated what seems to be UFO footage. Just a coincidence I noticed between the word corona, US government and UFO. One was covered and the other authenticated.

  3. anakephalaiosis on May 12, 2020 at 5:08 am

    Cannon fodder were to be enlisted, into Roman sandals, to be deployed in another province, and then to cast dice, under a cross somewhere.

    Arrival of Saxons in Britain, was counter strategy, to starve the Roman imperial beast, so it would be unable, to fill its ranks British farm boys.

    Empire is massive Stockholm syndrome, and Roman campaigns in Britain had no pretext whatsoever, except conquerors’ laurels and spoils.

    What was the pretext of occupation in Iceland, again? It still eludes me. It must be something important, like Swampington’s laurels and spoils:

    • Katie B on May 12, 2020 at 10:17 am

      Many old books that dispute this concept of a Roman occupation in britain at all. The concept of Saxons being a counter strategy of the druids has zero evidence for, in fact, the evidence states the exact opposite to this. Please STOP conflating prejudice with fantasy.

      • Don B on May 12, 2020 at 12:56 pm

        Katie, I think you make a good point. One of my majors in college in the mid 60’s was British History because of the common law, as I was planning on a law degree law and the Common Law is the basis, in my opinion, of our legal system and it did serve me well in law school, but I’m far from any expert. lol.

        • anakephalaiosis on May 13, 2020 at 1:58 am

          To solve the American problem, laws must be rewritten. And to do so, origin must be defined. Druidic influence on laws in Britain is documented, in Julius Caesar’s report to the senate.

          Ryne-Stafas are a possible amalgamation of a Saxon letter system, blended with Druidic principles of ancient sundial technology.

          This amalgamation must, predictably, have taken place in the sixth century, during reign of Arthur II. “Drawing sword from stone” is a Cymru image in a Saxon poem. Obviously, pollination took place.

          Today, trenches are dug in academia, to deny this ever happened, because it would destroy papacy. The Saxon-Cymru perpetual brawl pleases the pope. It is called “divide et impera” in Latin.

          • Krista tiffy on May 14, 2020 at 12:21 pm

            ‘In Nova fert animus mutatas dicere formus/corpora’
            wrote the Roman poet Ovid, at the time of a transformative period in Rome.
            So, yes sweetheart, I love your dial.
            I’d say call me, but I don’t particularly engage in hunting.

  4. Richard on May 12, 2020 at 2:24 am

    Since the posting of your blog entry and associated link there’s been a revision to the original “memo” that started a twitter storm days ago. It references that any recruits who tested positive but have NOT been hospitalized would be considered instead of any positive test results being prohibited. There are several layers of screening before any swearing in is done. All measures of consideration revert towards individual and unit readiness as ALL recruits must be deployable after training and on arrival to their first assignments. There were some changes back a ways that required active duty members to be deployable for retention and promotion. It would follow that those newly recruited, trained, and assigned must also be deployable for retention from the get-go.

    Some things for recruits to consider, can they lift 50 lbs. 50 times within a short period of time or so; can they run a mile and a half under 7 minutes or so, for instance. Prospective recruits that have had hospitalization and lung damage from SARS-CoV-2 might find that their windedness for exertion is compromised affecting their position amidst standards.

    The matter of blood-brain barrier infiltration has to do with how the bug manipulates the endothelial cells that line vessels of the circulatory system. They’re found nearly everywhere blood and nutrients perfuse cells walls and where gas (O2/CO2) exchanges take place like those capillary beds of the alveoli (air sacs) within the lungs. A patient may recover from SARS-CoV-2 but is likely to have some damage at the cellular level. Susceptibility to this type of damage might also indicate an underlying disease process that not otherwise surface until much later without that coronavirus exposure.

    At any rate, SARS-CoV-2 is still pretty much a wild card at the moment when establishing any short-med-long term medical history, especially, for recruiting and maintaining a first-rate agile fighting force.

    The biochemistry and interactivity of this virus is certainly interesting from a scientific point of view. Even so, one does not want to meet this thing in person. Of course, there is the possibility that one has, but hasn’t recognized its symptomatological protein prints yet. Been hibernating a couple of months now with the only predisposition one knows of. “How long do yah think it takes to manifest, anyway?” One has heard the rumors, of course, and a bunch of quack-tology spun this way and that way. As far as one can see, though, the experts remain expert at NOT knowing. Been there, got to start somewhere, eh? Hope they’re well-funded to carry-on essential studies to come up with treatments and other therapeutic alternatives. It’s not likely the last.

    • Ramura on May 12, 2020 at 12:16 pm

      Like! 🙂

  5. anakephalaiosis on May 12, 2020 at 2:02 am


    Gift of farmers dwells glitter,
    before means of praise and respect,
    and to travellers of all kind,
    it is honor before sustenance,
    that dwells with others of less.

    • anakephalaiosis on May 12, 2020 at 3:32 am

      “Herenes” was bit difficult to place, until realizing, that it must be derived from “hearra + nes”, that could be coined “sire + ness”.

      “Here” is army, and “hearra” is sire, in both Old Norse and Old English. “Sireness” would therefore be praise.

      Sending farm boys to wars in foreign lands, is leaving something behind, that ought to be tilled homestead.

      The question is, who is Sire, the warlord or the farmer?

  6. Joe A. on May 11, 2020 at 10:00 pm

    Are we looking at “electro-magnetic morphogenetic fields”which are able to induce specific diseases in healthy tissues.This could be turned on and might account for sudden deaths of birds in the initial trial phases a number of years ago.High octane speculation might lead to the fact that this specific creation is of a permanent nature in its ability to alter mind/brain/perception,potentially unleashing an army of Manchurian candidates,for whom many underground cells have been builtThis impact remains after symptoms have disappeared.

  7. Joe A. on May 11, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    Dr. Sheldrake referred to an “electro-magnetic morphogenetic field.Could it well be that diseases could be induced in helthy tissue by exposing it to a field of electromagnetic standing waves.Weaponizing it may be by simply “Turning”on a particular region.My very high octane speculation is that once a human is affected and infected,there is a permanent mind/brain transmutation,even when the symptoms subside.This may in fact turn out to be an army of “Manchurian candidates”for whom extensive underground cells have been built over decades with chains and shackles

    • goshawks on May 12, 2020 at 12:25 am

      Joe, I believe you are conflating two separate effects. Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s “morphogenetic fields” are of a non-electromagnetic variety. In effect, they are outside of earth-plane fields, and more linked to consciousness itself. (The baddies know of Sheldrake’s fields, and are using repetition to literally change how Reality ‘works’.) The “electromagnetic fields” aspect comes-in through work of scientists like Dr. Robert O. Becker, who investigated how EM fields were both generated by living bodies and conditioned their growth – of whole limbs in salamanders. (The baddies know of Becker’s findings around EM fields, and are using various EM ‘pollutions’ to harm humans in hard-to-track ways, individual and group.)

  8. goshawks on May 11, 2020 at 9:42 pm

    Back in 1997, Strauss & Howe wrote The Fourth Turning . They examined evidence for a 4-generation (roughly 80 years) repeating cycle in America. The Fourth Turning (4th gen) was always a Crisis period. By Strauss’ & Howe’s timing, the latest Fourth Turning began circa 2008.
    “In retrospect, the spark might seem as ominous as a financial crash, as ordinary as a national election, or as trivial as a Tea Party. The catalyst will unfold according to a basic Crisis dynamic that underlies all of these scenarios: An initial spark will trigger a chain reaction of unyielding responses and further emergencies. The core elements of these scenarios (debt, civic decay, global disorder) will matter more than the details, which the catalyst will juxtapose and connect in some unknowable way. If foreign societies are also entering a Fourth Turning, this could accelerate the chain reaction. At home and abroad, these events will reflect the tearing of the civic fabric at points of extreme vulnerability – problem areas where America will have neglected, denied, or delayed needed action.” ~ The Fourth Turning (1997)

    Sound familiar?

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 10:14 pm

      I believe this coming phase transition is just that.
      Totally different, in every way.
      To put it in terms of today’s military context:
      FUBR’d !

  9. TRM on May 11, 2020 at 9:24 pm

    Given that the data on deaths with/from sars-cov-2 is bad, real bad and ugly and the testing is “fruity”, unreliable and false pos/negs some people thought to use “excess deaths” as a measure.

    So given that starting point I looked up the stats from the CDC sites:

    Click New York state and then go through weeks 1 to 16 and then get the “Total Deaths” from the bottom right. First 4 months is 39,005

    The yearly data on deaths for New York state are here and 2014-17 average about 120,000 a year

    So we expect approximately 40,000 deaths in 1/3rd of the year and we have 39,005.

    Now this doesn’t take seasonal variations, delayed death reporting or other factors into account but it will be interesting at the end of the year to see where the numbers roll out.

    • zendogbreath on May 13, 2020 at 12:14 am
      Dr. Ngozi Ezike | How COVID Deaths are Classified

    • zendogbreath on May 13, 2020 at 12:14 am
      Dr. Ezike: 90% of Illinois’ COVID-19 deaths had underlying condition

      • Robert Barricklow on May 13, 2020 at 12:46 am

        Great finds ZDB
        Both this, and the one above, show emphatically the numbers scam being perpetrated on the global public.

  10. SoCal G on May 11, 2020 at 8:13 pm

    what is interesting is what the article DOESNT say and that is anything about a vaccine.

    Large numbers of people still get the flu yearly even if they get the vaccine (they still haven’t figured out why they do and cant put two and two together)
    Look at the following.

    However, given the limited research on COVID-19, there are likely a few factors that military medical professionals are trying to hash out when it comes to recruiting survivors: Whether respiratory damage from the virus is long-lasting or permanent, and whether that can be assessed; the likelihood of recurring flare-ups, even if someone has had two consecutive negative tests; and the possibility that one bout of COVID-19 might not provide full immunity for the future, and could potentially leave someone at a higher risk to contract it again, perhaps with worse complications.

    Perhaps it is an oversite they don’t mention a condition in where you had it, had two negative tests but there is reason to believe there will be flareups or if you had it you may be at higher risk to contract it again.

    What does that tell you about any vaccine that would be developed because their conditions don’t even address it. They definitely must have more actionable intelligence than we have.

  11. marcos toledo on May 11, 2020 at 7:41 pm

    What does the military know they’re telling us about Corona-Virus. If this virus can cross the blood-brain barrier would not turn its host into a mindless zombie the perfect cannon fodder. Or do our military know might be behind such a scheme and are trying to head these villains off from the pass so to speak.

  12. Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 5:36 pm

    Viruses are too iffy.
    They mutate to hell and back.
    There is no vaccine;
    except one that compromises you to hell and back.

    So Batman, what genius rubbed the lamp;
    and let this power mad genie out?
    Riddle me this/
    What’s mind control got to do w/this plandemic?

    Remember what that little Gollum says about his precious virus/economy, “It can’t be turned on and/or off like a switch”. I mean this little whiskered rat-faced Smeagol Fauchi can’t reiterate his little precious switch bit enough.

    They’ve weaponized the frequencies.
    Now, is the virus frequency the killer ap?
    Or, can there be as many killer aps as one can theoretically engineer/manufacture?
    Now, let’s put that ring, er.., virus back in the..?
    Dr. Smeagol Fauchi?
    Oh, now that you’ve got your power,
    there’s no going back go to normal?

    So really, the ring was not destroyed by Frodo after all?

  13. Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 4:06 pm

    I guess this means goats from

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 4:51 pm

      This means goats from Tanzania can’t to make the cut: as they’ve got the virus, and are doing quite well, thank you

      • Ramura on May 12, 2020 at 12:19 pm

        Tanzanian paw-paws need not apply, either. LOL!

  14. OrigensChild on May 11, 2020 at 1:00 pm

    Let’s be honest, here. As things now stand, the US military would expect to receive a huge number of applications from people who live in the enlistment age categories now that the job market has become so tight. We have a large group of people entering the work force right now looking for career options–and the US military would require some mechanism for attempting to discourage some applicants from seeking career options here. US military service was for some the career of the last resort. Now, its the default career choice. I think there is some of that going on here, too. Having said this, one cannot discount all of the other speculations has having additional merit. My point: there is no one size fits all model to this initiative. There remain legitimate reasons for all employers to “pretend” to be cautious at this time. If you want to collect the best talent, limit the size of the reserve pool by limiting the qualifications of those applying–and health is one of those qualifications. Now is not a good time for anyone who seeks employment in any line of business. If you know anyone in this position and speak to them about the results of their efforts, they’ll confirm what I’m saying.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 5:48 pm

      Another gift from the Plandemic[countless military applicants]; or, part of the plan from the get-go?
      “Talent” is questionable. The best talents would those ninja turtles that fly under the radar; to sabotage the whole super-chicken bureaucratic-covid-outfit.

      • OrigensChild on May 11, 2020 at 7:07 pm

        Yes. It’s also true that the need for such a large number of human “military assets” is fastly diminishing, so some culling of the military assets is possible. So many things are possible. That the military would signal that is not going to become the default employer of those in the enlistment age category was necessary regardless of the reason.

        Now, what does that mean for all of the other jobs that are getting lost at this time due to this “plandemic”? It’s a similar story of “obsolescence.” Some will lose their jobs forever–not because of COVID-19, but because the companies and corporations needed a “national incident” to trim their employment roles. I see the same kind of economic outcome for this event as in 2001 after the airplane incidents in that northern city and state that’s at the epicenter of this “plandemic.” Airlines were looking to cut back and needed that event to justify their business decisions. COVID-19 is tailor made to restructure the economy and to replace the banking system. So, yes, I agree. The signals are being made in public. That what it looks like to me.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 10:04 pm

          They’re transitioning to a new model.
          The military usually moves ahead of the power curve. Indeed, they lead the way.
          Currently, the biggest danger in systems, are the just-in-time supply chains. So ironically, the food chain is going to show who is who;
          because, they’re not starving.
          In the military; their sacred chain is the “kill chain”. They’ve already known the weak link in that chain for sometime.
          So, here we are, noticing signs.
          That weak link identified long ago? Human.
          Coupled w/the above; is that Chinese historical solution/problem, becoming a U.S. strategy?
          You know what I’m talking about?
          It’s beyond belief, sure; but, I just can’t put anything past these…, Gates’ of Hell.

          Are they that insane?
          That heartless?
          That dark?

          Yes, they are.

          Ninja Turtles,
          where are you when we need you?

          • OrigensChild on May 12, 2020 at 12:05 pm

            As usual, we’re on the same page now, but arrived there from different directions within the book.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2020 at 7:49 pm

            Now that’s an expression I hadn’t heard. I’m stealing it.

  15. Timothy H on May 11, 2020 at 12:38 pm

    My understanding is that the policy has been modified to only ban persons that have been hospitalized, not detected. This makes since because the tests are not close to 100% reliable and people with strong immune systems seem able to fight it off fairly well.

  16. Joseph Bruni on May 11, 2020 at 12:11 pm

    Maybe one idea is if they want to take the military “off planet”, then they don’t want the new planet contaminated.
    I live near a military base, & I have seen some of the military soldiers wearing mask and using gloves, & just as many not doing it. The little town I live in has been basically not buying the whole story, (as this town is made up of farmers & ranchers) but if you go down to the big city, it is another thing altogether. Almost every one I’ve seen in the big city wears mask & gloves.
    But the idea of a social engineering project with the virus as the catalyst to change the minds & mindsets of people, I can see that. It’s all about control, “them” controlling “us”.
    This whole thing is just so crazy, & if nano-technology & nanites are involved, well, how do you fight against that? We might have to resort to “old fashion” ways of fighting them, just like the guys in Stargate SG-1 when they had to fight the nanites. Ha! Just a thought.

  17. Cynthia Miko on May 11, 2020 at 10:55 am

    Well if this makes sense, then the US Military will have to ban all flu survivors too!!!!! (Shaking my head)

  18. Bluenose on May 11, 2020 at 8:38 am

    Maybe with new (nano?) technologies, big militaries with big toys aren’t needed. The culling just took a big leap forward.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 5:52 pm

      Yes Bluenose.
      That big ticket military-industrial-complex is now obsolete.
      That model, that served them so well, is now undergoing a phase transition toward the new model.

  19. Galaxygirl on May 11, 2020 at 7:33 am

    I understand why the military might not want infected civilians to join their ranks, but it would be interesting to see how they treat infected surviving personnel, like those on the nuclear carrier Theodore Roosevelt.

  20. DanaThomas on May 11, 2020 at 7:20 am

    Even the “ordinary” interpretation of the article will be in trouble, with the recent study by Dr. Pasquale Bacco at the occupational medicine firm called Meleam, with a statistically relevant sample of 7,000 healthy volunteers, showing that ONE THIRD of Italy’s population has already had “the thing”, starting in Oct. 2019, and show no signs of leaving this mortal coil (this would drastically reduce the official morbidity/mortality rates, which are already low. Could it be the same everywhere? Or is the “phenomenon” quite different in different locations?

  21. Katie B on May 11, 2020 at 6:50 am

    It’s long been suspected that the global cattle and domestic cat mutilations that have occurred all around the world was about developing a prion based bioweapon.

    It seems that prions have interesting capabilities when looked at in terms of nanotech – they are able to form an ‘aggregate’ once inside the body.

    Prion-based nanomaterials and their emerging applications

    A quotation from the above pubmed article:
    “Over the last decades, these fibrillar structures have inspired the design of new nanomaterials with intriguing applications in biomedicine and nanotechnology such as tissue engineering, drug delivery, adhesive materials, biodegradable nanocomposites, nanowires or biosensors. Prion and prion-like proteins, which are considered a subclass of amyloids, are becoming ideal candidates for the design of new and tunable nanomaterials”.


    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 6:05 pm

      Katie B
      As likely as candidate as any;
      including other synthetic biological laboratory concoctions.
      Is the jury still out on prions?
      Supposedly, they have no DNA.

    • Katie B on May 11, 2020 at 6:12 pm

      • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 6:34 pm

        They do feast on the dead, don’t they?
        Then that product that ate the dead
        is fed to us lazy carnivores.
        Begging for prions aren’t they?

    • zendogbreath on May 13, 2020 at 12:03 am

      Morgellons comes to mind.

  22. Beckysue on May 11, 2020 at 6:21 am

    I noticed the little triangles too. I hope the whole truth of this stuff comes out. Leiber and Fauci at least should be dealt with for crimes against humanity, but even they are just puppets. My friends, all my regular joes who don’t have time to pay attention or do research, have no idea of the enormity of depravity and evil that is afoot in the world now. They still don’t believe people would actually behave like this. Our curse is, We Know.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 6:07 pm

      Also. our curse is their “cure”.

  23. goshawks on May 11, 2020 at 6:12 am

    (The non-MSM news that I have read indicate that the MSM and related non-free scientists are trying to blackwash hydroxochloriphine as thoroughly as possible, not promote it. Example:
    This probably has to do with hydroxochloriphine being almost free to produce and administer. After all, there are billions to be made with [surprise!] vaccines of dubious integrity and utility.)

    I would add to Joseph’s speculations that “Coronavirus survivors banned from joining the military” is a strong measure to force people into taking various vaccines. The shut-down is directly bankrupting various individuals, and businesses are laying-off people in droves from jobs which will probably not return. One ‘escape’ from that state is into the military…

    Two probabilities: (1) All military personnel who do not test positive for C-V will be required to take a “preventative” vaccine – probably a series of vaccines, as the virus mutates. (2) All prospective military personnel who do test positive for C-V – meaning they have had it at some point in their past – will be required to take a future “safeguarding” vaccine to enlist.

    With the entire military now ‘vaccinated’, the possibilities for mischief are endless…

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 6:16 pm

      I’m reminded of a friend of mine getting badly sunburned.
      He received an Article 15 and was fined.
      He is; after all, U.S. government property.
      In fact, that was the charge:
      damage to U.S. government property.
      We both laughed our asses off at the time.
      Of course, that was a time when the draft was going strong.

    • zendogbreath on May 13, 2020 at 12:04 am

      Good points.

  24. anakephalaiosis on May 11, 2020 at 5:38 am


    In our nanny state uterus,
    we get witch-hunt virus,
    so that the plebs
    can’t be taps,
    for Biggus Diggus.

    Taps (1981):

    • anakephalaiosis on May 11, 2020 at 5:43 am

      Most effective way, to wake people up, is to tell them jokes. It triggers their tummy brain.

      When having people rolling on the floor laughing, they start following you, and call you master.

      Then you have disciples of comedy, following you around in Galilee.

      “Always look at the bright side of life.”

      • Bluenose on May 11, 2020 at 8:34 am

        Thanks “Monty”! 😉

    • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2020 at 6:22 pm

      you deliver anakephalaiosis.
      Great first line, by the way.

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