Those who know me well - including some of my friends who are pilots - know that I do not fly.  Period. End of discussion. I don't fly.

When queried about why, I will respond with some variation on the theme "Because it's just not safe," whereupon my interlocutor will counter with the usual arguments about statistics and flying being the safest mode of travel, and yadda yadda yadda blah blah blah &c &c &c.  I get all that, and fully acknowledge my view is completely emotional and irrational. They made the same arguments about zeppelins and airships.  So I'm sticking to my emotional and irrational guns. After all, I grew up in an era when it seemed like every passing month, a DC-10 somewhere in the world managed to fly right into the ground with a planeload of passengers, or, as more recently, portions of aircraft fly apart at altitude, sucking the clothes clean off of a baby who, it turns out, was very lucky he didn't get sucked away along with them. And I could recount a litany of "problematic encounters" with aircraft from the days I did square my shoulders and  enter one of those aluminum tubes of pressurized air for flights, with each and every time being a personal brush with abject fear, like the time I took off from Tulsa Oklahoma in a thunderstorm  in the days when TWA was still flying, and flying 707s at that, and experiencing turbulence that literally made the fuselage twist in self-evident torsion (and oh, what a friendly, non-nervous, reassuring flight crew we had on that flight!), or the time I was stuck at O'Hare waiting for my flight to be called, and watching the co-pilot of my aircraft do his inspection, and noticing the little puddle beneath the wing... Well I could go on and on with my stories about my less-than-satisfactory encounters with the laws of aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, but suffice it to say, after my last flight from England after I had finished my stint at Oxford, I revolved never to fly again, and that is a resolution I have kept and will maintain to my last breath.

This has not kept me from paying attention to what's going on in the world of flight, from increasingly strange and problematical conversations between pilots and air traffic controllers in recent months, to the following stories (courtesy of V.T.):

As one might expect, I want to concentrate on the second of these articles, but before I do, note what is stated in the first article:

There have been many tragedies this year. Phil Thomas, a young graduate of the Cadiz, Spain, flight training academy, fell ill and died suddenly in April. There were five pilot incapacitations in March including a British Airways pilot who collapsed and died in Cairo, Egypt not long before he was due to fly.

Pilots are super-fit, so why are so many dying suddenly or collapsing? Cpt Murdock concludes they are suffering severe adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccinations, which has myocarditis (heart inflammation), brain fog, insomnia, blood clots and anaphylaxis as side effects.

He thinks some pilots are ticking timebombs and claims many are not declaring ill-health. He said: ‘They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs.’ (Italicized emphasis added)

It's that "brain fog" that has my attention, because if you've been paying attention to those youtube recordings of cockpit-to-air traffic control conversations, the amount of those conversations that in recent years has become problematic has definitely spiked. One does not want air traffic controllers to be experiencing "brain fog", much less pilots. Is it any wonder that on-the-ground incidents on runways or taxiways has increased?

With that in mind, let's turn to the second article, and note the following spikes in diseases since the quackcines:

New data from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) indicates a significant increase in heart issues among pilots, with heart failure spiking nearly 1,000% in 2022. ...

In addition to serious cardiovascular issues, the Pentagon saw significant spikes in numerous ailments well beyond their five-year averages including hypertension (2,181%), neurological disorders (1,048%), multiple sclerosis (680%), Guillain-Barre syndrome (551%), breast cancer, (487%), female infertility (472%), pulmonary embolism (468%), migraines (452%), ovarian dysfunction (437%), testicular cancer (369%), and tachycardia (302%). Heart-related ailments have soared over the past 5 years as well including hypertension (36%), ischemic heart disease (69%), pulmonary heart disease (62%), heart failure (973%), cardiomyopathy (152%), and other non-specified heart diseases (63%).

Both articles conclude that these increases correlate in time to the quackcine mandates that so many corporations, including airlines, and the US military, forced on its employees, flight crews, air traffic controllers and servicemen.

So why am I mentioning this story as one of the first three stories for the new year?

For several reasons. Firstly, i do not expect these figures to fall, but rather, that the problem, as the first article argues, will grow more acute, to the point that this year could see a significant impact on airline safety and profitability. After all, as the stories of flight personnel collapsing and air emergencies increase, public confidence and trust in flight will fall. Secondly, it is entirely possible that these problems will lead to a dramatic decrease in professionally competent flight and air traffic control crews, either through forced retirement from illness and other complications, but also of course from death. It takes thousands of actual flight or training hours to create a pilot, or an air traffic controller; such personnel are not replaced overnight. Finally - and watch for this one, because it's coming - sooner or later someone will bring a suit against the airlines that will be quackcine-covid planscamdemic related.  Either the families of dead or injured pilots, or passengers, or both. It is conceivable even that the airlines, in turn, might seek some sort of financial relief from their respective governments as a result of  such litigation, or via their own direct litigation against the pharmaceutical companies for supplying patently unsafe products to their personnel.

So my prediction is that 2024 will be the year that we begin to see what will inevitably be several years'  long intertwined series of lawsuits that will sweep up Big Pharma, the airlines, the media, unions in its vortex. And I strongly suspect that this whole maelstrom may indeed be initiated from within the airline and air transport sector.

So if you have to fly this year, you might want to seriously consider driving, or, if necessary, a ship, because in the "brain fog" world of the quackcine, even the ability of the modern commercial aircraft to "land itself" depends a lot on the programmer and air traffic controller, and if they too are suffering the "brain fog"... well, you get my point.  It's another point to be made that the big pharma companies that foisted all of this off on the public should lose their immunity from lawsuits.  This is fraud, and it's life-endangering fraud; it's a fraud that has endangered a significant sector of the transport that keeps the world economy  going.

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".

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  1. BYODKjiM on January 20, 2024 at 11:21 pm

    I also do not like airline travel. Often people have told me “you’re more likely to die in a car than in a plane.” My reply is always that you are much more likely to survive an accident in a car than in a plane.

  2. bluelectricstorm on January 16, 2024 at 2:03 am

    I don’t suppose anyone has any template for suing COG?

    All players beneath are covered, and hold zero liability.

    You well know this, Joseph.

  3. Henry Richardson on January 14, 2024 at 8:27 pm

    Do not worry, add to the mix some schizophrenic or psychotic air traffic controllers and pilots with missing limbs for the sake of “diversity” and everything will be just fine


  4. rohat77 on January 13, 2024 at 12:28 am

    The aviation industry has been short of skilled personnel for many years… now, add to it the impact of vaccine mandates and their deliterious effects. I don’t blame you Dr. Farrell.

    A couple of years ago I started taking courses to be an AMT (Aviation Maintenance Technician). The more I got into the studies the more I realized how many rules regulations etc. were involved, courtesy of the FAA. The cost of the tools required, many specialized for aviation only, was insane. Cameras in the classrooms were accessible by the FAA also. I decided against becoming a slave for the FAA at my own expense. Plus, my blood pressure is a little high and I stopped taking medication for it because it makes me dizzy. Therefore, skilled or not, I would be unhireable. Pilots have much more physical scrutiny (and so do truck drivers btw). REGULATIONS are causing shortages.

    Aviation professions will continue to be understaffed and undertrained for a VERY long time to come, no matter how much money offered.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 13, 2024 at 6:13 am

      Sheepish security check, by x-ray machines, doesn’t sit well, with the indigenous populations.

      The Assyrian empire needs checkpoints, when deporting populations, dismantling etnostates.

      All forms are to be fitted, into one single form, a uniform, which berserkers (i.e. bare shirts) reject.

      Empires are slave states, and bureaucratic control is needed, to protect slaves, against their free will.

      In response, imperialists were beheaded, to serve the Scythian brew, in the 7th century BC.

      Assyro-Zionist looney tunes and their playgrounds:


    • jjh1955 on January 13, 2024 at 8:04 am

      I wonder if the constant flying by pilots and crew in a pressurized cabins triggers something in the jabs that lead to all these health problems including death.

  5. marcos toledo on January 12, 2024 at 7:21 pm

    You’re being to kind and polite JoSEPH Big Pharmacuials are prisoners and murders they should be publically hanged and left to slowly choke at the end of a noose and their bodies left to rot.

    • marcos toledo on January 12, 2024 at 7:23 pm


  6. Richard on January 12, 2024 at 4:03 pm

    It’s unfortunate that anyone who signed a release form from liability early on to the experimental injections to prevent SARS Cov-2 cannot file suit. It’s one of those scenarios where [I thought I knew what I was doing]. One falls into that category having reluctantly received the initial Moderna-duet on the assumption that one item on that initial list of requisites for deterring the virus spread was met. All because of ‘Boomer status.”

    Already knew boomer status wasn’t what it was cracked up to be. One has been managing internal responses of one’s endothelium to that foreign, . . . err, . . .drat*, . . stuff, . . ever since D-Day of 2021 (the time frame of that second injection of the duet) while maintaining a medical handle on that multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS) adverse side effect which is actually, as the expression indicates, a multisystem involvement of general anatomy & physiology. The receptors on the endothelium are a good place to start to work out the details of the rest of the circulatory supply vessels and adjacent tissues because they’re nearly all over the body proper except maybe the no longer viable cells of the integumentary system (skin). Blood Pressure (B/P), as simple as it sounds, seems to be the key to the rest of the body’s systems and vital organs and their relative involvement toward overall health and wellness. Manage that and the rest seems to follow. One was always an advocate of periodic review, but as an affected informed condition? . . That hadn’t occurred to me. Must have been The Fog.

    Anyone exposed to that endothelium receptor affecting spike protein, without those experimental injections, might do well to also pay attention to their B/P. It’s easy to do and hardly costs much for how long that B/P monitor lasts (batteries not included).

    At any rate, that (MIS) Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome probably needs to be checked for, too, along with daily B/P checks.

    Pilots may be healthy enough to pilot an aircraft, but their B/P will vary according to their actions and reactions to the casual stressors of commanding their aircraft. So will any cardiovascular affecting chemicals, like caffeine (often taken for granted) or food items that adjust the responses of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. To say little about lifestyle variants and adjustments.

    In one’s view, it’s no stretch to suggest that the entire animal world of species has been affected by this artificially engineered virus and it’s not even artificial intelligence (AI) subject to programming updates.

  7. GrasshopperPilot on January 12, 2024 at 11:25 am

    Just to throw another thing in the mix – pilots at the airlines are often NOT “super fit” – which of course throws shade on the accuracy of that article a bit. Go look at how many “fat” captains there are out there.

    Yes, we have to have medicals every year or every six months, but as the recent pilot that pulled the handles on that Alaska Embraer jet highlighted, there are often hidden issues because of the way the FAA handles things medically. Pilots are probably the perfect combination for adverse reactions because of their lifestyle, disruption of circadian rhythms, and more.

    I personally don’t think this is just vax issues. I suspect it’s everything from seed oils and GMO as well, and tons of pilots are also under family stress with divorce and just the normal being away.

    Perfect storm, and now we have diversity hiring, too.

    • Richard on January 12, 2024 at 4:01 pm

      One need only ask the local flight surgeon about the variables of flying status. That’s tricky to maneuver to say little about air traffic controllers in tower. They can’t afford to have a foggy moment, either any more than pilots landing on a moving deck or attending flight deck personnel.

  8. anakephalaiosis on January 12, 2024 at 6:05 am

    Mad King George took the Fauci shot, and he is now one fry short of a happy meal, calling for his straitjacket.

    Looney tunes and bayonets:


    Looney tunes and vaccines:


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