One of our regular readers noticed something, and shared it, and it's significant enough I want to bring to people's attention.  In fact, this individual, P.T., noticed the same thing that Catherine Fitts mentioned during our last quarterly wrap up discussion.   Since two people looking at the same numbers have come to the same conclusions, I want to see if anyone else has noticed anything.

Take a look at the following graph:


The source of this graph is here:

Hiring Manager: 'I Can't Find Employees!'

If you've been following some news, you might have heard that people in management are having difficulty hiring employees, and a variety of explanations have been offered for this. The article offers some other explanations:

The decline in the unemployment rate was not due to people "finding jobs."  It was due to over half a million of them deciding to walk off and not care.  That's a lot of people, and it's the second consecutive month after a strong of mostly-good news in that regard since January.  Last month also say a large (1.1 million) "walk off" rate.

What has changed?  Mandates came in this spring and now its jab mandates, not just masks although the last couple of months might well have been both -- specifically, many businesses going back to "Employees must wear one -- ha-ha we told you things would be normal if you just took the shot.  We lied."

The only people who gained ground this month were those with 4-year degrees or better.  Everyone else was stagnant.  Work from home, anyone?  No masks in your house, right?  That doesn't apply to people stocking shelves and moving material around though does it?

But that's not the real trouble sign here.  No, that's the annual run rate of non-institutional population over the last 12 months.  That is the total number of not-institutionalized people in the United States over the age of 16.  The only ways to leave that count once you join it on your 16th birthday are to:

  • Expatriate yourself and leave the US permanently.
  • Go to prison (you come back on it when you get out.)
  • Go to a nursing home (Reminder: The median life expectancy on admission to one is six months, after which you do the next.)
  • DIE.

In case the figures in the chart are lost on you, here's the explanation:

This number has run around 2 million on an annualized run-rate for a very long time.  It is somewhat responsive to economic booms and busts with a 16-17 year lag; more people make children, but when they do it takes 16-17 years for them to show up in this figure.  16-17 years ago was literally the best of times; birth rates were rising as we came out of the Tech Wreck.  Indeed in 2018 in December the annualized run rate was about 2.5 million.  It was in December of 2019 too -- right in front of Covid.  And in December of 2020 it was back to more-or-less baseline at 2.1 million.

So where did the 1.2 million people that should have been added to the workforce over the last year go?

They didn't go anywhere.  They were added.

This means the real question is who got subtracted?

The power of uncorrelated data sets is that the people who would **** with you through large-scale, institutional lying always forget about the uncorrelated data sets they do not control and thus are "out of their sphere of consciousness."

January of next year will be the adjustment month, as it always is.  But these estimates are what they are and if they're anywhere near accurate starting in February lots of people started dying who should not have died because the usual rate of death doesn't move these figures.

Something did -- and still is.

Or to put it more simply, subtract the September 2021 figures - 911 (oddly enough!) - from the June 2020 figure - 2081 - and you get 1.17 million, or approximately 1.2 million people that are simply missing. P.T. pointed out in the email sharing this chart that the "jabs" started in February 2021, the month recorded on the chart with the number 1728, and note the sharp decline the following month to 1223.  His speculation - and mine - is that deaths from jabs are occurring in record numbers, and not being reported.

Now, I realize that the following is anecdotal, but another member of this website privately informed me that within a mile or so of their home, several homes are up for sale suddenly, and appear to be empty.

So what I wonder is, are people simply disappearing - whether by death or some other reason - and are they not being reported? Has anyone noticed a similar thing - missing people - in their neighborhood? Something is going on, and it doesn't appear to be very kosher. I recall the incident of the Detroit television station that I mentioned in the Solari wrap-up, that solicited videos from its audience of people that their audience knew, who died un-jabbed. What the station received, however, was an inundation of comments, stories, and videos from people complaining about people who had been jabbed, and suffered adverse reactions, even death.

Whatever may be going on, chances are, it isn't good...

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. John Dunlap on October 22, 2021 at 1:27 am

    I’ve no idea how accurate the data in the original article is, but I am aware of an interesting correlation. VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) is known to receive only 1% of actual deaths and other adverse events. Last I checked, VAERS was reporting 17,000 deaths or thereabouts. So, dividing by 0.01 (or multiplying by the reciprocal) gives us an actual number of deaths in the neighborhood of 1.7 million. Tucker Carlson and others are now reporting that all cause death numbers have suddenly spiked. As to how this many excess deaths could be hidden (only for a time; eventually, it would be noticed), well, the CDC was caught removing reports from the VAERS database. I don’t see why other databases couldn’t be fiddled with in the same way.

  2. Verum on October 15, 2021 at 12:03 pm

    Another point of clarity with the manipulation of data is that the case definition used by the medical authorities, which is not considering people “fully vaccinated” until more than 14 days after the second doses of Pfizer or Moderna injections) or even “vaccinated” until 14 days after the J&J shot, a period which also seems to “reset” after subsequent shots. I can no longer find the exact reference to this 14-day time period in the “data tracker” info on the CDC website, it only references “after the shots”.
    However, the S. Oliver CDC presentation I reference below clearly states the 14-day case definition (slides #6 and 23 in S. Oliver presentation).

    My point is that it appears that data, events, reality disappears in this 14-day (or whatever time period “after injection” black hole. According to the authority’s own raw data, of the 18.1% or 59.4 million) Americans in their Medicare data, over 48,000 people died in this time period after injection but are not counted in official adverse events/death numbers (since they are considered “no vaccinated/fully vaccinated). Rentz presented this data at the “Reawaken America Tour” in Colorado Springs, which is on his website Raw data obtained from

    Think about how easily this hides adverse events, specifically deaths, which occur within the first few days after injection (which is the period we’re told most adverse events occur but I think more accurately this might be the period more closely reflecting death rather than all adverse events since reactions can unfold over years, decades and can increase, given enough time). But we know many events and perhaps the most identifiable events are occurring right after injection and are therefore hidden under the cover of this 14-day time frame.

    The question people are starting to ask is–do they ever get reported after the time frame ends? Maybe. Maybe not. But if they occur within the 14 days they are not considered to have occurred to a vaccinated person, since it takes 14 days for a person to qualify as being vaccinated.

    • Verum on October 15, 2021 at 12:04 pm

      Also of interest for those considering the actual numbers of adverse events: most people are now aware of VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System), which was required under the ’86 National Childhood Injury Act that has a very interesting history. Most people are now aware that a Harvard study exposed (over a decade ago) that 1-10% of adverse events are ever recorded in this database and that most in the medical field either are unaware of this database or are discouraged from using it. And the media now reports this database as being all of a sudden unreliable, since anyone has access to it.

      However, MDs and researchers including atty Tom Rentz (who is involved in a group filing injunctions in multiple jurisdictions) are now focusing on revelations of a different database the “medical authorities” are referencing, most recently in their booster debate; the Center for Medicare Services (CMS) database (“of 100+ million weekly medicare claim records”) for adverse events, which is also required reporting for MDs (and apparently actually utilized).

      Apparently Oct 22, 2020 the FDA disclosed it was going to conduct a weekly “rapid cycle analysis” on vaccine safety and efficacy review of available data in “the coming vaccine injury reporting” once the injections became available. I haven’t looked for this statement online yet but it’s not surprising that the FDA would announce something like this since it’s failed to comply with the ’86 NCVIA requirements to provide documented evidence every two years that the vaccines included in the CDC Schedule (mandated for kids) for which there is no liability, are being tested and proved for safety and efficacy. We learned from RFK Jr that in 30 yrs there has never been any evidence reported by FDA on a bi-annual bases proving safety and efficacy of these vaccines; this is the basis for one of RFK’s lawsuits.

      In the medical authority’s efforts to promote boosters and analyze risk, track breakthroughs, etc. they are using the CMS database, as referenced in slide 3 of the following presentation:
      Side note: Slide 1 indicates the presentation brought to you jointly by the Dept of Defense and its Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. ACIP = CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

      CDC Presentation ACIP Meeting August 30, 2021 and in “Oliver S. Framework for Booster Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines”, seen on slide 16.

      • Verum on October 15, 2021 at 12:04 pm

        MORE LIES
        The DoD presentation also reveals a few more notable truths:
        Slide 3: “Prior CV-19 infection has a major additional protective effect against hospitalization in breakthrough infections”
        Slide 7: “71% of CV-19 cases occurred in fully vaccinated individuals” and
        (also note the correlation on this graph between increases in “Delta variant” with increase in “vaccination”…)
        Slide 12: “As Delta variant surged to over 50% in June, CV-19 hospitalizations more than doubled” and “60% of CV-19 hospitalizations occurred in fully vaccinated individuals in the wk ending 8/7”
        Slide 15: Somehow they rig that stats to suggest an 80% vaccine efficacy
        Slide 16: CMS database shows 19,000+ deaths in <80 age group and 28,000+ deaths in people over 80, all within 28 days after either a first or second CV injection.
        Slide 17: Significantly lower hospitalization risk in breakthrough infections with prior CV-19 infection

  3. ats on October 13, 2021 at 12:30 am

    My only comment is that it doesn’t really make sense for so many people to have died “under the radar.” It seems that a few extra million dead would make excellent headlines to get more people vaccinated/falling in line with the narrative. It seems like a failed opportunity if true and not something the current power structure would expend resources to hide when it falls perfectly in line with their agenda.

    I’m doubtful of the veracity of the numbers the blog shares. Maybe they’re true, maybe they aren’t.

    If they’re accurate and they are hiding/minimizing it, then it only makes sense if the planned economic fallout from the reduced labor market is the end goal. It actually makes sense under that premise. Especially since you can tie in them downplaying the inflation numbers and their severity and their attempts to exacerbate the reduced labor market through the vaccine mandates. Inflation + labor shortages is going to lead to product shortages and increases in prices throughout the economy. It’s a self perpetuating cycle.

    It maybe, if true, that the implosion of the economy is priority number one, in the near to short term.

    • ats on October 13, 2021 at 10:15 am

      The numbers are bullshit.

      In the comments to the post someone asks him where the data is from since they can’t find it anywhere in the BLS datasets, he refuses to give the source or the data. He claims he’s been collecting it for 30 years, or some crap like that, and that everyone should just trust him.

      • Verum on October 14, 2021 at 6:35 pm

        I know the author and was an active member on his forum for several years up to, during and years after the big crash in ’08. He has a long history of parsing through numbers, data, reports and his blog is certainly finance-centered (it’s an investment community for the most part). He has some, uh, let’s say interesting personality “qwerks” that make him difficult to interact with and he’s very dogmatic, almost savant-like in his philosophies and presentations.

        Before most anyone understood the breadth and depth of the securities fraud, his site was full of actual research, data and info from insiders helping the average person understand what was really going on. It was my foundational education in all things market and money and was my red pill experience.

        But truth telling comes at a cost and he suffered a lot of painful attacks on the site functions, etc. Back in the day, he’d never(?) rarely(?) post anything like this without absolutely verifiable source info. Not sure if he’s holding his cards closer these days–haven’t spent much time on the site for a couple yrs but perusing the topics posted I don’t see any red flags. However, I’ve done enough “truth researching” over the past decade to know that even some of the best sites get infiltrated.

  4. Steven Uanna on October 12, 2021 at 11:32 am

    Unemployment numbers, minimum wage…
    Because of the way the Covid fiasco was handled we are approaching the place where faith in government is almost gone, local, state and federal.
    Some people question: Do we really have to get those kids back to school? Is millions of dollars for Pre Kindergarten class necessary? How important is it to get those bars and restaurants open? And do we have to make sure airlines fly 24 hours a day to who knows where? Is there a real plan? Some people ask this, most don’t.
    Most people accept that things will continue like they have been during their lifetime.
    It probably won’t.
    Now is the time to start hunkering down and realize that America is a third rate nation.
    Employment and Stock Market statistics won’t pull us out of this.
    Nor will schemes about Infrastructure (money spent on curbs that stick out too far or extra guardrails) or what not.
    We will be playing catch up from here on out. Everyone has talents. We need to start using them wherever we can. And halo each other out.

  5. James on October 12, 2021 at 6:15 am

    In my area it’s population overload as usual. I’ve never seen so many people in my life; especially homeless people in a city of 85,000. 40 years ago, this area was dirt roads and farms; now it’s cars, trucks, and people for miles on end

  6. anakephalaiosis on October 12, 2021 at 3:24 am

    Richplanet in Britain has an interview, with a British undertaker, who explains the situation, before, and after, the vaccinations began.

    1. Before vaccination, corpses were falsely labeled covid, to boost the numbers.

    2. After vaccination began, number of corpses, from all age groups, increased.

    • Steven Uanna on October 12, 2021 at 12:10 pm

      Waiting in line at my Post Office (to buy stamps) I heard a man who is a local undertaker say he had not had a Covid case for a month. This was 2 months ago. At a time when the news (reporters) with the twirling glass Caduceus and Covid asteroid behind them were saying Covid numbers were up.

  7. FiatLux on October 11, 2021 at 11:37 pm

    About homes being put up for sale recently: I’ll bet this is in a heavily Blue area, with high uptake of jabs and lots of “public health” restrictions. My guess is it’s partly from injection deaths and jab-disabled people having to go into nursing homes or move in with relatives. However, emigration from such places seems to be continuing unabated or even increasing, and that’s probably a big factor too.

    I’m in Florida and can tell you people keep coming here; demand for real estate in many places is off the charts. I’ve been looking at a semi-rural, less expensive, less scamdemic-obsessed area in the state to move to (there are covidian cultist areas even here). I thought the area in question would be somewhat off the radar. To my surprise, the real estate market there was already hot at the beginning of the year, and now houses are flying off the market even as prices keep going up. If the real estate agent is to be believed, it’s people from out of state and from other parts of Florida.

    I haven’t noticed people mysteriously disappearing (they may be for all I know), but I have noticed the labor shortage. About a month ago, I asked the guy who does maintenance in my building if he could refer me to someone to help with handyman-type repairs around the house. If anyone would know of people in the area, it’s him. His response: everybody he knows is either booked up months in advance or hasn’t come back to work yet. He said people aren’t working because they’ve been getting money from the government, but I can’t believe that’s the whole explanation.

    • Mike on October 12, 2021 at 12:16 am

      Saw thins on the intertubes today…
      People Missing Due to Vax
By Tennessee Dan
      I know where the missing people went. 
We’re being told that there are 5 million more jobs than there are people to fill them in this country.
      Let’s assume that’s true even though nothing the government ever tells you is true.
      Where did those people go?
      Pre-plandemic we had a booming economy and the highest workforce participation rate in history so where did those folks go?
      Did you know that Taiwan slipped up and said that between 4 and 5 percent of people who take the vackseen die from it?
      Let’s do some simple math.
      370 million people in the United States.

      Supposedly 70 percent have taken the vackseen.
      That’s 245 million people.
      4 percent of that is 9.8 million.
      Subtract our annual average death rate of 2,854,838.
      That leaves 6,945,162 ADDITIONAL DEATHS.
      Let’s assume that 20 percent of those additional deaths were elderly, infirm, or below age 16 keeping with our average numbers.
      We subtract 1,389,032 which leaves us with 5,536,130 dead able bodied working age people.
      Do the job numbers make more sense now?
      By the way, you can apply this math to the job numbers of every country on Earth and it checks out.
      Smells like genocide to me.
I think we have a BINGO!

      • anakephalaiosis on October 12, 2021 at 3:06 am

        According to Russian statistics, there are also seven million Americans missing, from the previous bankster culling:

      • ragiza on October 12, 2021 at 7:57 am

        Disabled, mentally despondent, killed – any of those 3 will take people out of the work force.

      • Polyglot on October 13, 2021 at 3:35 am

        Anecdotal evidence from a Taipei resident (eight years so far): I live about 1.5 kilometers from a major hospital, and I used to hear ambulances about once or twice a week. Ever since the magic juice campaign began, my wife and I (retired nurse) have been hearing them pass by at least a dozen times per day (at all hours). Local media have made no comment. This doesn’t prove anything, but it seems suspicious.

    • InfiniteRUs on October 12, 2021 at 9:48 am

      Us tradesmen are getting old and young people seem allergic to heavy physical work and using their brains. Can’t get or keep any help long enough to replace us.

      • Barbara on October 12, 2021 at 10:22 am

        I. Asimov predictions already coming to fruition?

  8. Scott S on October 11, 2021 at 9:55 pm

    I fly for one of the largest airlines in the country (well, I’m uninjected, so I’m in purgatory at the moment).

    I can provide the following data. We are running at about 80% of our block hours compared to 2019. A block hour is simply one airplane operating for one hour, so right now we are operating our fleet of airplanes as a whole 80% as much as we did in 2019. The total number of pilots is the same today as it was in 2019.

    Now, bare in mind that airlines set staffing levels based on summer demand and accept an excess of staff the rest of the year. It is common in the summer for the company to offer overtime trips (50-100% extra pay) so they can get everyone to work extra to minimize the excess staff though the rest of the year. Such was the case this summer, lots of overtime trips.

    October is a particularly slow month since it ‘falls’ between the summer rush and the winter holidays. Yet, the overtime trips have not slowed down one bit. In fact, there are more overtime trips available now then over the summer.

    If we are truly at 100% of the 2019 staffing level while operating 80% of the block hours then this is impossible. They should have pilots coming out of their ears, but every day is a scramble to cover the schedule. It does not add up.

    To this I will add another anecdote. A month or so ago the company sent out a pilot bulletin. They send these out all the time to review or modify our procedures, but for the first time in anyones memory they sent out a bulletin reviewing our procedures for PILOT INCAPACITATION.

    • Richard on October 12, 2021 at 12:09 am

      Pilot incapacitation? . . Seemingly suggestive but likely prudent given recent events and change overs.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 12, 2021 at 12:14 am

      I am in the entertainment industry, when cracking jokes in rhyme, producing limerick hand grenades.

      My highflying poetry flies on autopilot, when it is well crafted, and drops bombshells on enemy camps.

      My latest installment is “testosterone on steroids”, and thus I have all the feminists foaming at the mouth.

      It is my sadistic pleasure, to be a plague on feminism:

      Terminal-Tom version:

    • DanaThomas on October 12, 2021 at 2:20 am

      Pilot incapacitation: isn’t it interesting that they don’t provide for MANAGEMENT incapacitation…

    • Joseph Aiello on October 12, 2021 at 10:37 am


  9. zendogbreath on October 11, 2021 at 9:38 pm

    Odd too that all these most essential most qualified most well paid folk with the largest pension and benefits financial overhang are most required to vax while their replacements in NatGuard are on schedule to vax in 2022 and all the immigrants coming in are not required at all. Nor it seems are postal workers, congress critters,…….

    • Steve.Jinks on October 14, 2021 at 2:32 am

      Agree with you here. The anglo balance sheet is upside down. Cull the expensive ones.

  10. zendogbreath on October 11, 2021 at 9:36 pm

    We know 1 person dead WITH cv1984
    84 years old, 400#, died revived in previous 6months, diabetic

    We know 3 people dead within weeks of jab.
    all under 65, blood/circulatory issues, families claimed no connection to jab

    Twitter acount last week noted an avid Branch Covidian braggin about her and her husbands jab. Then husband sick, then hospital, then dead. 2 or 3 week ordeal shortly after jab. Throughout she rants about those antivaxxers and how he would have been worse without the jab and the jab did not cause this and she’s all in for it when her booster comes. One of the commenters speculated that she needs to carry that narrative or get zilched on his life insurance policy.

    Food for thought.

    • Richard on October 12, 2021 at 12:11 am

      Heard a few stories about those second injections, too, but to elaborate one would need to enter subsequent commentary under Gunpowder, Treason, and Plot (barrowed from Graham Hancock’s web site) as it is far too incendiary for a well vetted show.

      Someone was using the following mapping data from an older pre-SARS-CoV-2 period to suggest a connection with current unvaccinated hospitalizations. There are seemingly correlations, but the demographics were related to soft sugary beverages. Although not a Covid map per se it was a data set from The significance might seem distant but the tally and data on this current bug remains elusive at best. It’s like chasing an expelled bullet from a chamber after the fact it was fired while it continues to go round the world. What seems to be transpiring is essentially reactionary and subject to the pitfalls of subjective anecdotes. There are a lot of stories. A lot of opportunists, too, attempting to drive narratives to suit their ambitions. The maps used:

      US Obesity Levels by State – Obesity –

      From five-year intervals (1990, 1995, 2000) changing to three in 2003 (the start of SARS 2002-2003), then one-year, up until 2018, missing 2007, there are implications of several items of current concerns seemingly hidden within that map sequence. A few other things those maps imply is that they need ferreting out should one study each to overlay current affairs at those same incremental times.

      SARS-CoV-2 and obesity are not the significant trends shown nor can be juxtaposed as the map ends in 2018. Demographics, geography, strategic political incursions and culinary habits may all be major players, but not the only ones. Yet the individual used the maps touting statistical data related to current trends.

      One of the things about those scroll through maps are that Mississippi and West Virginia nearly always topped the ranks. They also have unique geopolitical placements, significant geographical locations, and are current surveillance locations of high interest.

      It might even explain why the “Sniffer,” a specially outfitted Department of Energy helicopter for detecting nuclear, biological, and chemical contaminants has been busy in one of those areas. One will digress from that hot potato for now.

      If only it were so easy. .
      Titled: “Your Doctor Is Wrong About Weight Loss”

      At playback speed 1.25 this video is a little easier to get through than getting through “Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology.” (Some 1,100 pages of textbook size pages) Great for understanding details regarding human physiology though.

      Insulin resistance is the bigger problem. Not everyone has the same hormonal responses to everyday living nor are they a one-size-fit-all commodity of upright simian types in clothes.

  11. marcos toledo on October 11, 2021 at 7:59 pm

    Possibility one people are fleeing the lockdown states two they are dying of the jab as planned three they are dying from fear of the pseudodemic fourth committing suicide fifth they are being murdered by other means.

    • Richard on October 11, 2021 at 4:26 pm

      The question of, “What and are compromised and by how much and by whom?” keeps rattling around in the ole noggin. One is quite certain that it’s not brain fog, too.

    • Billy Bob on October 11, 2021 at 6:45 pm

      Looks like the cushy jobs, cops and information dealers, is where the money is found.
      Producing an actual product is evidently not a good RETURN ON INVESTMENT or use of one’s time.

  12. Richard on October 11, 2021 at 3:58 pm

    Given that internet connectivity snooping has cleverly increased several fold it is easy to speculate that those speaking out about which vaccine is the best choice and not is being monitored for area influence. In those instances that are not videotaped, uploaded, audio recorded, or candid-camera-caught on a hand-held phones word gets around and [numbers] are skewed. A direct result of that cancel culture thing interfering with 1st Amendment practices. It sort of gets back to that issue of who’s counting rather than who’s being counted.

    Then again, there might be causal concern about a double-blind placebo effect not talked about or the matter of contaminated dosing still being investigated. Of course, there might be other factors regarding how word gets around, how misguided it might be, and of what agenda it [that word] might be associated. There’s no question that there’s something wrong with [numerical figures] nationwide. One would suggest that even the blind-deaf & dumb know something is nicht ganz recht.

  13. Laura on October 11, 2021 at 3:57 pm

    ok, it is getting better on this point

    • Richard on October 11, 2021 at 4:02 pm

      A living wage per demographics and geography seems apparent. It also seems apparent that an imposed [scarcity] is being forced, especially, where energy and energy resources are concerned.

    • Privacy People on October 11, 2021 at 11:58 pm

      I’m sure you have already considered this, but businesses that are paying minimum wage employees, when forced to increase their payroll cost arbitrarily because lawmakers said so, simply offset the increased payroll cost by raising the price of goods/services. Meaning that ultimately the increased payroll cost falls into the lap of the consumer. Effectively, raising the minimum wage simply raises the cost of living relative to the amount that the minimum wage increased, which does absolutely nothing to help someone making minimum wage sustain themselves, because that minimum wage earner is also a consumer.

      Although, I don’t think raising the minimum wage is necessarily “bad” for the economy. Traditionally, (without regard to present circumstances and/or any unforeseeable to come) I think it feels awesome to minimum wage earners for a very short period of time, maybe even as long as a year or two, but after that it will have amounted to a net-neutral action. I say this with a bit of first hand experience; When I was younger I worked at a minimum wage of $5.25/hr, and as you can imagine, I was poor. A few years later and a move to a new state, I worked for a minimum wage of $9/hr and I was just as poor.

      Raising the minimum wage is an effective solution to temporarily pacify people, but that’s about it. Indeed, if successful, it is a pyrrhic victory, because any momentum for real reforms would have been exhausted.

      • Joseph Aiello on October 12, 2021 at 10:45 am

        Or the businesses hire robots with all their accoutrements.

    • Steve.Jinks on October 14, 2021 at 2:36 am

      We do. When Oregon raised min wage, 46,099 jobs were lost in one month.

  14. Steve.Jinks on October 11, 2021 at 2:02 pm

    A payroll company i know told me that among their 700 customers, the end of employment benefits in early September led to NO increase in employment.

    • ragiza on October 11, 2021 at 3:26 pm

      That’s odd and unexpected.

  15. Westcoaster on October 11, 2021 at 1:07 pm

    Dr Farrell fyi I’m getting this error message when trying to load the graph mentioned in the article:
    440 Login Timeout

  16. Sandygirl on October 11, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    I know of 3 people who have died recently, which I do know that 2 of them received the jab. One man died of sudden dementia I was told. Yes all 3 were in their 80’s.
    This article is from the UK, is it happening in the U.S.?
    “Since March 7th 2020 there have been 250,725 deaths that have occurred at home up to September 24th 2021, an increase of 71,442 on the previous 5 year average. But just 8,497 of these deaths are associated with the alleged Covid-19 disease.. So why have so many people died? And why are they still dying

    • Richard on October 11, 2021 at 4:21 pm

      One has heard of several practitioners having problems determining correlation from causation largely as a result of obscure or unavailable back history of patients. Part of it seems to be from the healthcare system itself in not having that statistical data in the first place. Essentially, every day is a first time emergency room visit with unknown past medical history.

  17. Robert Barricklow on October 11, 2021 at 11:55 am

    Anything the USSA government puts in writing is not only highly suspect; but, as the cliche goes – not worth the papers it’s printing on; forget the digitized versions, that changes faster than the wind blows.
    And, that begs the question;
    do genocide administrations care anymore about the “stolen” economy?
    The market is a Potemkin market, and so is unemployment.

    Covid1984/cures. [jabs, isolation, stress, dehumanized, suicides, etc., etc.]
    If it doesn’t kill you[out of the work force]; it maims you[out of the work force].

    Of course, the banksters don’t mind the profit from these missing liabilities;
    in fact, many might be insured by the bank.
    I mean, its their signature.
    [although in invisible ink, that magically appears when needed].

  18. ragiza on October 11, 2021 at 10:56 am

    It can be taken as a fact that there are people with money and power who want a population reduction, particularly in the parts of western populations that identify with non-serfdom ideas like individual rights and constitutions protecting common people. Further, statistics issued from governments and medical authorites can no longer be taken as honest and competently derived.

    Dificulties in hiring might be due to an increasing tendency of people to go into the underground economy. Distrust of government, tax avoidance, avoidance of everyday interaction with people and disease exposure, lower need for earnings due to living with parents.

    There may be a growing percentage of the population who are disabled by Covid-19 and/or the spike protein injections, and who aren’t looking for work due to brain fog, physical weakness, despondency.

    What about people dead from the spike protein injection? Can that be expected to be reported honestly and accurately? The authorities seem to be avoiding determining and counting that. The CDC’s “Weekly number of deaths (from all causes)” show something is raising the death rate – is it Covid-19, the injection, or both?

    Here’s an observation that I think answers that.
    With a new type of experimental vaccine being widely applied, which skipped the usual vaccine efficacy and safety testing, medical logic says the authorities should be requiring autopsies for all post-vaccination deaths to quickly determine if anything associated with the injection is what’s causing death – but they are not doing that.

    I think that tells us something.

  19. Joseph Aiello on October 11, 2021 at 10:44 am

    I think I remember hearing something like this a or so months ago.
    Here is the reference:

    So, another quarter of the same thing and people haven’t shown up?

    • MQ on October 11, 2021 at 8:16 pm

      This was back in Jan 2021, but an LA mortician did a video about how overwhelmed every mortician was:
      Haven’t seen quite the same msg lately. Maybe they’re just not complaining about it, or the flood is over. But this is what we need to find out. If this many are dying, then folks who work that pipeline (coroner, cops, nursing homes, cemetery workers, morticians, crematories) should be able to say, yes, there’s 10-20% more work than usual.
      At one level, we had a baby boom (1946-1964), now there may be the “bust” part, where a larger portion start to die off. If there’s a way to get counts of death certificates by month from each county, that might be interesting data to check if it’s gone up or what the trend has been over the last 2-5 years. The causes of death might be baloney, but at least we can see the numbers.
      Though one might want to credit “lying flat” and taking unemployment, but the sheer # of people in debt servitude makes me think that you really couldn’t get away with that forever. Then I’d expect bankruptcies or charge-offs to be happening at a higher pace as well, but I don’t have any confirmation of that.
      I’m assuming the attack on the supply chain is intentional. Perhaps this is the pullback before war, or simply the cruelty of our own ‘masters’ creating unemployment and starvation. JPF more recently seemed to coyly suggest former losers of WW2 maybe coming back for vengeance. Or maybe it’s the galactic landlords come for some payback. It is very difficult to discern what is theatre and what is real.

  20. Tom on October 11, 2021 at 10:34 am

    Also anecdotal, the manufacturing plant I’ve worked at for ten years is always working at staffing our building. Despite good benefits and work atmosphere other factors make the job unattractive to some. With the staggering number of small businesses going under and the resulting unemployment I thought for sure the perpetual staffing challenges we live with would all but disappear. If anything it’s gotten worse.

    • zendogbreath on October 11, 2021 at 9:23 pm

      I know folk who quit their regular job knowing they were going to be required to vax.
      They didn’t want to be on record as refuseniks.
      I know one who didn’t until she was required to vax and then her termination was termed voluntary. My HR contact in the company outlined that the HR director was told by the CEO to tag her file with do not rehire.
      One person I know quit a commercial driving company and is starting up a landscaping company. Charmed that he’s not in Cali where new law deletes all off road gas powered engines by 2024. Almost like landscape contractors are being targeted. And farmers.

      • Verum on October 14, 2021 at 7:17 pm

        I have wondered about people feeling cautious about being branded a refusenik since I have been concerned, myself. There are databases popping up (Red Balloon is one I think) advertised for the non-complying employers and employees to find each other. Could be the key to building an independent economy. Could be a honeypot.

        I’m in the midwest and nearly every K-12 school has had “teachers/subs wanted” signs on their laws for months. There are “we’re hiring” signs at nearly every fast-food joint and at about half of businesses. No doubt these are min. wage jobs.

        However, I recently visited a Sprouts grocery story. As you enter you’re greeted with a table equipped with a “we’re hiring” sign along with 8-10 available positions listed including dept mgrs, asst store mgr and store mgr. As I shopped there were older gentlemen who didn’t look like your shelf stockers walking around with clip boards and asking if I needed help (I assumed they were filling in). One rushed over to check me out (and of course, it took him longer to figure out the cash register/computer than if I had just continued standing in the busy check out aisle I was in originally).

        I took my time wrapping up after he was finished and waited for him to walk away from the check out area then I casually asked the clerk in the next aisle why so many jobs were open. She said it was a combo of people being promoted and changing jobs, one person had health issues. I casually mentioned I assumed it was because of mandates and she said they had not been mandated (yet). She also didn’t think it was because of UBI honeypot.

        Also, more than a couple of restaurants and businesses have closed in the past months and this is an area that has been mostly minimally affected by a) cv19 (flu) b) lockdowns c) riots d) supply chain shenanigans and e) return of masks. I like being private and anonymous but the area I live in is ground zero for two of the most notorious globalists, which might be why things are calm (for now).

        I do not know a solitary soul who has died from the new flu because there’s really no way to test for it so who knows what people are dying from. Nor do I know anyone who has died from the new flu injections and my parents, their neighbors, friends and other family members seem entirely unaffected by their J&J injection. There is a small gated community nearby that looks to have 20% of its houses for sale this past 4-5 months, which is unusual for this area. A nurse + MD couple the family knows has reported since day 1 their hospital is overwhelmed with all the cv patients…

        It’s upside-down clown world.

  21. Barbara on October 11, 2021 at 9:49 am

    Also anecdotal. From my neck of the woods. I live in CT and do a lot of driving for the living all of the state. CT is one big nursing home. To expensive for the young to stay, lots of wealthy retirees, good hospital/healthcare system. In a last 2 years since Covid, I did not notice any extra activity in funeral homes. I work in elder care. I visit several nursing homes a month. Spring of 2020 had a moderate uptick in death of residents in nursing/retirement homes. Thats all. It is back to normal by now.

  22. InfiniteRUs on October 11, 2021 at 8:26 am

    I’ve overheard a lot of people talking about sudden deaths in their family where the doctors and hospitals are pretending they don’t know the cause. When I ask if they were vaccinated I get laughs or scowls but I can tell some were and the question made them nervous because they were too. Sister talked to a Native American in Tampa FL who claimed she lost ten relatives and friends in one month to heart attacks and annurisms. Sister’s lack of taste and smell came back after about 6 weeks of losing it from her latest bout with the man made super cold. She is unvaccinated and 48 and had very mild symptoms and a slight sore throat for a day or two other than the lost of taste and smell. I’ve talked to quite a few who have more health and heart issues since the jab and weird things showing up in their lungs. Everyone with issues scoffs at the idea that it could be from the jab. But you can tell they are scared it might be so.

    • FiatLux on October 11, 2021 at 5:44 pm

      > Everyone with issues scoffs at the idea that it could be from the jab. But you can tell they are scared it might be so. <
      That rings so true to me! The whole planscamdemic, from the beginning to this day, has been based on a staggeringly effective campaign of psychological manipulation. The psyop has been so effective that, even when facing death, many people refuse to admit to themselves that their problem could be from the jab. It's cognitive dissonance on steroids!

      • anakephalaiosis on October 11, 2021 at 11:40 pm

        Folk simply ban the thought, that their own rulers are murdering them. Who wouldn’t try to run away, from such a scary thought?

        In Scandinavia, I have relentlessly uttered thought of another kingship, during the last ten years. That is Noah’s runic ark.

        Today, folk are finally beginning to throw palm branches before my feet. I rise into fame and glory, when the Glücksburgs fall.

        Poetic justice at last, and it is all here:

        • FiatLux on October 12, 2021 at 2:26 am

          And yet rulers have been the biggest murderers in human history…

      • Gayllis Ward on October 13, 2021 at 11:13 am

        My response is anecdotal but confirms the idea of recently dead or “missing” people. In the last few months people seem to be dropping like flies. Go to the dry cleaner to get some pants shortened—turns out the alteration lady just died. Go to a restaurant—my favorite waiter just died. Call for a vet appointment— no slots available because one vet just died and another is sick. A conversation with a local undertaker confirms a huge increase in quick deaths in the past few weeks. Many of those deaths are of young or middle aged folks. No proof here. But my suspicions are heightened. It seems that the time of culling may have begun.

  23. anakephalaiosis on October 11, 2021 at 5:27 am

    Eternal exodus, by bankster culling:

    There are no geopolitics, without dragons in dungeons:

    • kalamona on October 11, 2021 at 6:19 am

      yeah. its culling. those people r dead. period. and people cant see a thing in front of them.

      and bytheway thanks for the ‘hanging party’! very good compilation. 😉

      • anakephalaiosis on October 11, 2021 at 4:08 pm

        The calculative mentality of the Assyrians is, that they will never back off, unless their feet is held to the fire.

        The smirky grin of the Assyrians disappeared, the moment they detected, that something was coming for them.

        That is, what the hell riding Scythians were all about. Without them, Christ would never have made a stand.

        He brought sword, not peace. Matthew 10:34.

        • kalamona on October 12, 2021 at 4:54 am

          there r some rumors that the jesus was a scythian of the adiabene lineage..
          if one accepts the validity of the turin shroud, it could be positively proven. on the shroud u may see that there r coins on the eyes, which is not a jewish habit at all. the scythians had it, we have it, its even in our tongue (language)
          in hungarian: eye-s(z)em coin-érem, together they form szemérem-almost ‘semirem’ in pronouncement, and it means ‘pudency’, as well as being coy or chaste. and being watchful, being pure-minded.
          and since dead eyes do not shine, one gold and one silver coin to show the pureness of all.

          • anakephalaiosis on October 12, 2021 at 11:36 am

            Yes, to place the sun and the moon, as gold and silver, in the eyes of the dead, would be a metalworker’s choice of symbols, in respect for the dead. Hungarian version makes more sense, than the Greek.

            Of course Christ is born Scythian by default, because he was a child of the tin trade, that connects Britain and Scythia. His mentor was the last of the tin traders, Joseph of Arimathea.

            While the Caucasian ten tribes, who called themselves Isaacs (Sakas), went rogue on the steppe, the tribe of Dan populated the Tin Islands etc. Tin trade was family business, during a millennium.

            Only a remnant of the tribe of Juda was pinned down in Jerusalem, and became brainwashed hostages, in a geopolitical drama. Herding the lost tribe of Juda to Britain was the issue, moving the ancient kingship to the Tin Islands.

            The Gospels are intelligence outlets, propagating exodus, while Roman empire was preparing invasion of Britain.

    • Terminal Tom on October 11, 2021 at 6:50 am

      I don’t download from strangers on the internet, thanks

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