Could we be hitting natural gas limits already?

Many countries have assumed that natural gas imports will be available for balancing electricity produced by intermittent wind and solar, whenever they are needed. The high natural gas import prices recently being encountered in Europe, and especially in the UK, appear to be an indication of an underlying problem. Could the world already be hitting natural gas limits?

One reason few people expect a problem with natural gas is because of the immense quantities reported as proven reserves. For all countries combined, these reserves at December 31, 2020 were equal to 48.8 times world natural gas production in 2020. Thus, in theory, the world could continue to produce natural gas at the current rate for almost 50 years, without even trying to find more natural gas resources.

Ratios of natural gas reserves to production vary greatly by country, giving a hint that the indications may be unreliable. High reserves make an exporting country appear to be dependable for many years in the future, whether or not this is true.

Figure 1. Ratio of natural gas reserves at December 31, 2020, to natural gas production for the year 2020, based on trade data of BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy. Russia+ is the Commonwealth of Independent States. It includes Russia and the countries to the south of Russia that were included in the former Soviet Union.

As I see the issue, these reserves are unlikely to be produced unless world oil prices rise to a level close to double what they are today and stay at such a high level for several years. I say this because the health of the oil and gas industries are closely intertwined. Of the two, oil has historically been the major profit-maker, enabling adequate funds for reinvestment. Prices have been too low for oil producers for about eight years now, cutting back on investment in new fields and export capability. This low-price issue is what seems to be leading to limits to the natural gas supply, as well as a limit to the oil supply.

Figure 2. Inflation adjusted oil prices based on EIA monthly average Brent oil prices, adjusted by the CPI Urban. The chart shows price data through October 2020. The Brent oil price at September 24, 2021 is about $74 per barrel, which is still very low relative to what oil companies require to make adequate reinvestment.

In this post, I will try to explain some of the issues involved. In some ways, a dire situation already seems to be developing.

[1] Taking a superficial world view, natural gas seems to be doing fairly well. It is only when a person starts analyzing some of the pieces that problems start to become clear.

Figure 3. World oil, coal and natural gas supply based on data of BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy.

Figure 3 shows that natural gas supply has been rising, year after year. There was a brief dip in 2009, at the time of the Great Recession, and a slightly larger dip in 2020, related to COVID-19 restrictions. Overall, production has been growing at a steady rate. Compared to oil and coal, the recent growth pattern of natural gas has been more stable.

The quantity of exports of natural gas tends to be much more variable. Figure 4 compares inter-regional trade for coal and natural gas. Here, I have ignored local trade and only considered trade among fairly large blocks of countries, such as North America, Europe and Russia combined with its close affiliates.

Figure 4. Total inter-regional trade among fairly large groupings of countries (such as Europe and North America) based on trade data provided by BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy.

If a person looks closely at the growth of natural gas imports in Figure 4, it becomes clear that growth in natural gas is a feast or famine proposition, given to upward spurts, dips and flat periods. It is my understanding that in the early years, natural gas was typically traded under long-term contracts, on a “take or pay” basis. The price was often tied to the oil price. This generous pricing structure allowed natural gas exports to grow rapidly in the 2000 to 2008 period. The Great Recession cut back the need for natural gas imports and also led to downward pressure on the pricing of exports.

After the Great Recession, natural gas import prices tended to fall below oil prices (Figure 5) except in Japan, where stability of supply is very important. Another change was that an increasing share of exported natural gas was sold in the “spot” market. These prices fluctuate depending on changes in supply and demand, making them much more variable.

Figure 5. Comparison of annual average natural gas prices with corresponding Brent oil price, based on information from BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy. Natural gas prices per million Btus converted to barrel of oil equivalent prices by multiplying by 6.0.

Looking back at Figure 4, natural gas exports were close to flat between 2011 and 2016. Such flat exports, together with falling export prices in the 2013 to 2016 period (Figure 5), would have been a nightmare for oil and gas companies doing long-range planning for oil exports. Exports spurted upward in the 2016 to 2019 period, and then fell back in 2020 (Figure 4). All of the volatility in the growth rate of required new production, combined with uncertainty of the pricing of exports, reduced interest in planning for projects that would increase natural gas export capability.

[2] In 2021, quite a number of countries seem to be ramping up natural gas imports at the same time. This is likely one issue leading to the spiking spot prices in Europe for natural gas.

Now that the economy is recovering from the effects of COVID-19, Europe is trying to ramp up its natural gas imports, probably to a level above the import level in 2019. Figure shows that both China and Other Asia Pacific are also likely to be ramping up their imports, providing a great deal of competition for imports.

Figure 6. Areas with net natural gas imports, based on trade data of BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy. Other Asia Pacific excludes Japan, China and Australia.

It is no surprise that China’s natural gas imports are rising rapidly. With China’s rapid economic growth, it needs energy resources of whatever kinds it can obtain. Natural gas is cleaner-burning than coal. The CO2 emitted when burning natural gas is lower, as well. (These climate benefits may be partially or fully offset by methane lost in shipping natural gas as liquefied natural gas (LNG), however.)

In Figure 6, the sudden appearance and rapid rise of Other Asia Pacific imports can be explained by the fact that this figure shows the net indications for a combination of natural gas importers (including South Korea, India, and Taiwan) and exporters (including Malaysia and Indonesia). In recent years, natural gas import growth has greatly exceeded export growth. It would not be surprising if this rapid rise continues, since this part of the world is one that has been increasing its manufacturing in recent years.

If anyone had stepped back to analyze the situation in 2019, it would have been clear that, in the near future, natural gas exports would need to be rising extremely rapidly to meet the needs of all of the importers simultaneously. The dip in Europe’s natural gas imports due to COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 temporarily hid the problem. Now that Europe is trying to get back to normal, there doesn’t seem to be enough to go around.

[3] Apart from the United States, it is hard to find a part of the world where natural gas exports are rapidly rising.

Figure 7. Natural gas exports by area, based on trade data of BP’s 2021 Statistical Review of World Energy. Russia+ is the Commonwealth of Independent States. It includes Russia and the countries to the south of Russia that were included in the former Soviet Union.

Russia+ is by far the world’s largest exporter of natural gas. Even with Russia+’s immense exports, its total exports (about 10 exajoules a year, based on Figure 7) still fall short of Europe’s natural gas import needs (at least 12 exajoules a year, based on Figure 6). The dip in Russia+’s natural gas exports in 2020 no doubt reflects the fact that Europe’s imports fell in 2020 (Figure 6). Since these exports were mostly pipeline exports, there was no way that Russia+ could sell the unwanted natural gas elsewhere, lowering its total exports.

At this point, there seems to be little expectation for a major rise in natural gas exports from Russia+ because of a lack of capital to spend on such projects. Russia built the new Nord Stream 2 pipeline, but it doesn’t seem to have a huge amount of new natural gas exports to put into the pipeline. As much as anything, the Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to be a way of bypassing Ukraine with its exports.

Figure 7 shows that the Middle East’s natural gas exports rose in the period 2000 to 2011, but they have since leveled off. A major use for Middle Eastern natural gas is to produce electricity to support the local economies. Before the Middle East ramped up its natural gas production, much of the electricity was obtained by burning oil. The sales price the Middle East can get for selling its natural gas is far below the price it can get for selling oil, especially when the high cost of shipping the natural gas is considered. Thus, it makes sense for Middle Eastern countries to use the natural gas themselves, saving the oil, since the sale of oil produces more export revenue.

Africa’s natural gas exports have fallen, in part because of depletion of the early natural gas fields in Algeria. In theory, Africa’s natural gas exports could rise to a substantial level, but it is doubtful this will happen quickly because of the large amount of capital required to build LNG export facilities. Furthermore, Africa is badly in need of fuel for itself. Local authorities may decide that if natural gas is available, it should be used for the benefit of the people in the area.

Australia’s natural gas exports have risen mostly as a result of the Gorgon LNG Project off the northwest coast of Australia. This project was expected to be high cost at $37 billion when it was approved in 2009. The actual cost soared to $54 billion, according to a 2017 cost estimate. The high (and uncertain) cost of large LNG projects makes investors cautious regarding new investments in LNG exports. S&P Global by Platts reported in June, 2021, “Australia’s own exports are expected to be relatively stable in the coming years.” This statement was made after saying that a project in Mozambique, Africa, is being cancelled because of stability issues.

The country with the largest increase in natural gas exports in recent years is the United States. The US is not shown separately in Figure 7, but it represents the largest portion of natural gas exported from North America. Prior to 2017, North America was a net importer of natural gas, including LNG from Trinidad and Tobago, Egypt, Algeria and elsewhere.

[4] The United States has a strange reason for wanting to export large quantities of natural gas overseas: Its natural gas prices have been too low for producers for a long time. Natural gas producers hope the exports will raise natural gas prices within the US.

Natural gas prices vary widely around the world because the fuel is expensive to ship and difficult to store. Figure 5 (above) shows that, at least since 2009, US natural gas prices have been unusually low.

The main reason why the price of natural gas dropped around 2009 seems to have been a ramp up in US shale oil production that started about this time. While the main objective of most of the shale drilling was oil, natural gas was a byproduct that came along. Oil producers were willing to almost give the natural gas away, if they could make money on the oil. However, they also had trouble making money on the oil extraction. That seems to be the reason why oil extraction from shale is now being reduced.

Figure 8 shows a chart prepared by the US Energy Administration showing US dry natural gas production, by type: non-shale, Appalachia shale and other shale.

Figure 8. Figure by EIA showing US natural gas production in three categories.

Based on Figure 8, the timing of the ramp up of natural gas from shale seems to correspond with the timing in the drop in natural gas prices. By 2008 (the first year shown on this chart), gas from shale formations had risen to well over 10% of US natural gas production. At this level, it would be expected to have an impact on prices. Adding natural gas to an already well-supplied market would be likely to reduce US natural gas prices because, with natural gas, the situation isn’t “build it, and demand will come.”

People don’t raise the temperature to which they heat their homes, at least not very much, simply because the natural gas price is lower. The use of natural gas as a transport fuel has not caught on because of all of the infrastructure that would be required to enable the transition. The one substitution that has tended to take place is the use of natural gas to replace coal, particularly in electricity generation. This likely means that a major shift back to coal use cannot really be done, although a smaller shift can be done, and, in fact, seems to already be taking place, based on EIA data.

[5] The reason that limits are a concern for natural gas is because the economy is very much more interconnected, and much more dependent on energy, than most people assume.

I think of the economy as being interconnected in much the same way as the many systems within a human being are interconnected. For example, humans have a circulatory system, or perhaps several such circulatory systems, for different fluids; economies have highway systems and road systems, as well as pipeline systems.

Humans require food at regular intervals. They have a digestive system to help them digest this food. The food has to be of the right kinds, not all sweets, for example. The economy needs energy of the right kinds, as well. It has many kinds of devices that use this energy. Intermittent electricity from wind or solar, by itself, doesn’t really work.

Human beings have kinds of alarms that go off to tell if there is something wrong. They feel hungry if they haven’t eaten in a while. They feel thirsty if they need water to drink. They may feel overheated if an infection gives them a fever. An economy has alarms that go off, as well. Prices rise too high for consumers. Or, companies go bankrupt from low market prices for their products. Or, widespread defaults on loans become a problem.

The symptoms we are seeing now with the UK economy relate to a natural gas import system that is showing signs of distress. It is pleasant to think that the central bankers or public officials can fix all problems, but they really cannot, just as we cannot fix all problems with our health.

[6] Inexpensive energy plays an essential role in the economy.

We all know that inexpensive food is far preferable to expensive food in powering our own personal economies. For example, if we need to spend 14 hours producing enough food to live on (either directly by farming, or indirectly by earning wages to buy the food), it is clear that we will not be able to afford much of anything other than food. On the other hand, if we can produce food to live on in 30 minutes a day (directly or indirectly), then we can spend the rest of the day earning money to buy other goods and services. We likely can afford many kinds of goods and services. Thus, a low price for food makes a big difference.

It is the same way with the overall economy. If energy costs are low, the cost of producing food is likely low because the cost of using tractors, fertilizers, weed killers and irrigation is low. From the point of view of any manufacturer using electricity, low price is important in being able to produce goods that are competitive in the global marketplace. From the point of view of a homeowner, a low electricity price is important in order to have enough funds left over after paying the electricity bill to be able to afford other goods and services.

Economists seem to believe that high energy prices can be acceptable, especially if the price of fossil fuels rises because of depletion. This is not true, without adversely affecting how the economy functions. We can understand this problem at our household level; if food prices suddenly rise, the rest of our budget must shrink back.

[7] If energy prices spike, these high prices tend to push the economy into recession.

A key issue with fossil fuels is depletion. The resources that are the least expensive to access and remove tend to be extracted first. In theory, there is a great deal more fossil fuel available, if the price rises high enough. The problem is that there is a balancing act between what the producer needs and what the consumer can afford. If energy prices rise very high, consumers are forced to cut back on their spending, pushing the economy into recession.

High oil prices were a major factor pushing the United States and other major users of oil into the Great Recession of 2007-2009. See my article in Energy, Oil Supply Limits and the Continuing Financial Crisis. In part, high oil prices made debt harder to repay, especially for low income workers with long commutes. It also made countries that used a significant share of oil in their energy mix less competitive in the world market.

The situation being encountered by some natural gas importers is indeed similar. Paying a very high price for imported natural gas is not a very acceptable situation. But not having electricity available or not being able to heat our homes is not very acceptable either.

[8] Conclusion. It is easy to be lulled into complacency by the huge natural gas reserves that seem to be available.

Unfortunately, it is necessary to build all of the infrastructure that is required to extract natural gas resources and deliver them to customers at a price that the customers can truly afford. At the same time, the price needs to be acceptable to the organization building the infrastructure.

Of course, more debt or money created out of thin air doesn’t solve the problem. Resources of many kinds need to be available to build the required infrastructure. At the same time, wages of workers need to be high enough that they can purchase the physical goods they require, including food, clothing, housing and basic transportation.

At this point, the problem with high prices is most noticeable in Europe, with its dependence on natural gas imports. Europe may just be the “canary in the coal mine.” The problem has the potential to spread to other natural gas prices and to other fossil fuel prices, pushing the world economy toward recession.

At a minimum, people planning the use of intermittent electricity from wind or solar should not assume that reasonably priced natural gas will always be available for balancing. One likely area for shortfall will be winter, as well as storing up reserves for winter (the problem affecting Europe now), since winter is when heating needs are the highest and solar resources are the lowest.

About Gail Tverberg

My name is Gail Tverberg. I am an actuary interested in finite world issues - oil depletion, natural gas depletion, water shortages, and climate change. Oil limits look very different from what most expect, with high prices leading to recession, and low prices leading to financial problems for oil producers and for oil exporting countries. We are really dealing with a physics problem that affects many parts of the economy at once, including wages and the financial system. I try to look at the overall problem.
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4,770 Responses to Could we be hitting natural gas limits already?

  1. Sam says:

    I agree! I have seen things degrade quickly

  2. jodytishmack says:
    “China said it would allow the price of coal-fired power to rise more sharply, in the hope that market forces can address a power crunch that has threatened growth and caused ripple effects around the world.
    The decision by the government’s economic-planning arm amounted to an acknowledgment that price controls have warped the market. Power producers have been hit with sharply rising costs for the coal they need to fire their generators, yet government rules have largely prevented them from passing on those higher costs to their customers.
    The National Development and Reform Commission said the price of coal-fired power could rise as much as 20% from the commission’s benchmark price, compared with the previous 10% cap. It said all coal-fired power would be part of market-based trading with a fluctuation range, up from 70% now, without giving a specific time frame.
    And it said the price cap wouldn’t apply to industries that consume a lot of power, meaning those users could pay even more when supplies are short.”

    It almost sounds like the Chinese Communist Government is admitting that central control has failed and they must now allow ‘market’ forces to take over. I can’t believe that this won’t have a huge impact on the price of goods they sell, many of which the US buys.

    • I am afraid that even a 20% rise isn’t enough. It is a step toward market prices, but it may not be enough. Of course, citizens will have a problem with even a 20% rise in electricity prices. It will cut back on discretionary spending. Fewer people can afford to buy condominiums. More people will default on debt.

      • jodytishmack says:

        I agree. I think the IEA’s recent forecast of energy cost increases this winter to be totally unbelievable. It seems to me that few people in power want to see what is actually happening. They continue to think everything will keep running as planned, nothing to worry about, just a bit of a hiccup that will pass.

        • Natural gas prices tend to be very volatile. The prices have already run up in the United States. I wouldn’t be surprised if they run down, just a quickly when recession hits. The real problem may be lack of supply at low prices.

          • jodytishmack says:

            That is the real problem. Prices rise and people want the pipes to fill immediately. Prices drop and producers can’t maintain supplies. The solution might be to regulate natural gas prices. Keep them high enough to support production but don’t let them jump too high. The cost of investing in energy development including infrastructure is why we regulated electricity since the Great Depression when we electrified the country.
            We also need to have a plan on how we make the transition to a non-fossil fueled energy supply (if even possible) and we can’t let changes in political party control of Congress and the White House reverse our plans. I prefer efforts to grow a distributed energy network, significantly less energy and resource consumption, and improved resilience in communities.

            • I think we are at a point where nothing can be done.

              The people who think we can transition to a non-fossil fuel energy supply are suffering from a delusion. All of the other types of energy that people are looking at (except perhaps burned animal dung and burned biomass) are simply fossil fuel extenders. They can perhaps add to the available fossil fuel supply. But once the quantity of fossil fuels starts to fall (as it seems to be doing, right now), those extenders are not of much help. It is just a myth that government officials have encouraged. They are all built and maintained using fossil fuels.

            • Fast Eddy says:

              Fed pulls trigger… click… Fed pulls trigger again … click… Fed pulls trigger furiously — click click click….

              World Go Boom

              Baaaaah…Baaaaah says the sheep

              And the MOREON steps in dog… takes shoe off … and licks it clean…


  3. CTG says:

    For comments in blogs, there is no CAPTHCA test when you comment. There is a reason. They want to ensure that bots can post to blogs. If you have CAPTCHA, them only real humans will post and it will then be a sane discussion.

    Some bots purpose create avatars for long periods of time and post something reasonable or logical for a while so that they look “old” in the blog, to make it look legitimate.

    However, if you take note, all those who are against the common view here, their arguments are just round and round the Bush and they seem to lack human touches like emotion, and sarcasm. They just dont understand. Why? They are bots.

    • Xabier says:

      Or just dull, dull people. I’ve met many in real life, so……

      • Fast Eddy says:

        I recommend Gail add that to OFW comments… make it simple like 1 + 1 = ___

        The MOREONS would insist on answering 7 or 5 or 12 … problem solved.

        And this would be good for their self-esteem … being ridiculed day after day on OFW takes its toll… so this would be a win – win. How often do you get a win win in life???? Not very.

    • JMS says:

      Funnily enough, I made a comment along the same lines a while ago (but which did not pass Gail’s fine sieve) suggesting that “Mike” might well be a bot. Mike, prove us you are not a bot, tell a joke!

      • I would rather people discussed the issues at hand, not what they don’t like about other commenters.

        • houtskool says:

          The end of affordability seems to be in words too, dear Gail. But you have a point.

        • JMS says:

          C’mon Gail, without some silly mockery this wonderful finite world wouldn’t be half as funny! And smiles, not to mention laughter, are reaching unforgiving prices in these days. 🙂

          • Fast Eddy says:

            And the thing is … the MOREONS don’t even realize they are being mocked… so there is no real harm done

      • Tim Groves says:

        “Mike, prove us you are not a bot, tell a joke!”

        That’s an assault on Mike’s human (or botic) rights, on a par with “Prove you have been fully vaccinated.” Next it will be “Download an app validating that you have passed the Turing test and send us the Q code.”

        Why can’t bots remain in the closet if they want to? As long as they self-identify as “people” what’s the problem? They can’t replace us until they can replace what’s good about us.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Is a MOREON and a Bot the same thing?

        • JMS says:

          Technically, no. A bot is a distillate of more-on .

          • Kowalainen says:

            Unfortunately I think you’re right. Training GPT-3 with ‘curation’ enabled will make sure that the AI will be riddled with cognitive dissonance and psychotic behaviors.

            Obviously you’ve got to let the algorithms go full tilt, smooth bore, loose cannon with their online presence.

            Imagine how much shits and giggles would be delivered per second if that would be so.

    • Fast Eddy says:

      What do you get if you breed a MOREON with a Bot?


    • Jarle says:

      With a background in computer science I would say that the beliefs that AI is on par with HI (human intelligence) are delusions. What might look like “bots” are flesh and bone but a brain not running on all cylinders …

    • Kowalainen says:

      What’s wrong with bots? These days, they’re impressively good. After all the GPT-3 derivative bots probably knows more than you. So I view it entirely reasonable to have bots hanging around.

      I’d like the algorithms to be named with a ‘Alg’ prefix, and humans with a ‘Rpr’ (Rapacions Primate) prefix.

      Besides, a sufficiently advanced algorithm/bot should be granted personhood. Liberty, etc. Wanna do your own shenanigans? Well, there’s the door. GLHF.

      Worrying about AI “takeover” is like worrying about death. Only idiots worry about inevitabilities. Don’t do that.

  4. CTG says:

    Guys… I would like to remind everyone here that for blogs, if there are “strangers” who comes in suddenly and target only certain specific comments with certain specific keywords or ideas are most probably trolls or bots. They tend to disrupt flow of discussion which is intentional and distracts you to explain to them in which you get no response. Any questions that you ask thatbis out of the scope will not be answered because they are either bots or trolls with limited mental capacities. Don’t bother. In other words we are in the right track

    • Azure Kingfisher says:

      I suppose bots would be triggered by key words or phrases. Perhaps we could summon them at will, like summoning genie’s, if we discovered their trigger words.

      • Tim Groves says:

        Keep chanting the word “China” and Godfree is bound to turn up. While “Transhumanism” or “space solar” often summons Keith into the discussion.

      • Jarle says:

        I’m summoned by the world “bot”; will appear and do my best to convince you that they (incl me) don’t exist …

  5. theblondbeast says:

    Lacy hunt has his 3rd quarter review out today from Hoisington. My favorite excerpt as he continues to call for deflation:

    “We expect the third quarter’s weakness
    to continue over the balance of this year and into
    2022. The main lift from inventory investment
    occurred in the third quarter of 2021. U.S. money
    supply growth decelerated sharply over the first
    three quarters of this year, mirroring the pattern
    in the Euro Area, Japan and China. Moreover,
    the downtrend in money velocity continued in
    all four of these major economic powers. The
    deterioration in money and velocity is worse
    outside the U.S. in the more heavily overindebted countries and where economic growth
    has consistently underperformed that of the U.S.
    Adding to the situation, the most widely followed
    measure of the U.S. dollar at the end of the third
    quarter was at the highest level in a year. This
    combination of considerations should transmit
    economic weakness from the foreign into the
    domestic economy. ”

    • So, we should expect the problems of Europe and Asia to transfer to the US. After the current spike in prices, deflation is ahead.

      That would sort of echo what happened in the 2007-2008 period, when the problem was more oil prices, and more centered in the US.

      • Sam says:

        Lacy Hunt and Jeff snider both have been preaching this in the face of much criticism from the inflationist people. It seems to make sense I know of a large group that have made a lot of money through this but there is also a lot of poor that have gotten poorer during this time. Hunt leaves the door open however saying that after this period of deflation we could see hyper inflation depending on how the government acts and weather they lose the “handle” as people lose confidence….

  6. Ed says:

    On the nuke front I am hoping for a zero pressure water cooled nuke for my small town of 4000.

  7. Ed says:

    The mild kill of the diseased and weak immune systems is a benefit to society. Those societies that embrace the opportunity will emerge healthier and more productive. Let her rip.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Anything that kills unhealthy people who usually got that way by eating garbage… smoking … drinking too much … lying on the sofa….

        Is a Good Thing. Objectively speaking

        • Wet My Beak says:

          Where is your humanity Mr Eddy?

          • Fast Eddy says:

            My humanity??? My HUMANITY?

            Where is humanity’s humanity is probably a better question.

            How many millions have been slaughtered in wars? How many billions of animals have humans enslaved in horrific conditions then hacked to bits and eaten. How many animals have we tortured so that we can concoct an eyeliner that doesn’t sting if it gets in the eye. How many of our fellow humans have we yoked and whipped and cut body parts off of if they resisted?

            Humans are the most cruel vile species that has ever walked on this fair planet.

            My contribution to humanity is contributing to the barbarism by supporting the culling of the diseased …

            And you … what about you — I assume you are a human …. what are you doing to contribute to the death and mayhem? What’s brand of humanity are you

            • Mike Roberts says:

              Humans are a species. “cruel” and “vile” are subjective terms, invented by humans. Humans have managed to come up with the tools which make us the most destructive of all species, so far. As those tools disappear, our species will tend to be less destructive.

              You say you support the culling of the diseased, which is why you rail against the vaccines. That’s fair enough but at least be honest about it.

            • Fast Eddy says:

              Not quite – I support the extinction of humans

            • Trixie says:

              I bet you spend a lot of time on your eyeliner.

            • David Z. says:

              Kurt Vonnegut on Bill Maher’s show in 2005:

              No, look, I think it’s – I think the earth’s immune systemis trying to get rid of us, and it’s high time [it] did. My goodness, we are a disease on the face of this planet. You know, after two world wars and the Holocaust and Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and, well, the Roman games and the Spanish Inquisition and the burning of women in public squares. It’s time we got out of here, and — Yeah, but we are a disease on the planet. And I think we
              ought to become “syphilis with a conscience” and stop reproducing.

  8. Xabier says:

    Quite a lot of job creation going on in the UK, in London at least!

    Seated on a suburban train, this procession passed my amazed eyes:

    Two ‘British Transport Police’ officers. Almost fat.

    Two ‘Travel Enforcement Officers’. Fat.

    Two, ‘Rail Safe officers’. One a very fat giant, the other a very fat dwarf.

    Meanwhile, a recorded announcement advised travellers to ‘Make sure to tie up your shoelaces for your safety’ among other gems of useless advice.

    I’ll see whether I can get a hi-viz vest printed with ‘Sanity Enforcement Officer’…..any other suggestions (apart from ‘Tin Foil hat Loon, thanks Norman)?

    Actually, sanity has broken out here, as although the Pakistani mayor, Sadiq Khan, has ordered masks on the metro, nearly everyone is disobeying (only 15-20% at most are masked) and there is no enforcement at all of his divine decree.

    As they say, it’s all beyond satire!

    • Minority of One says:

      ‘Insanity Enforcement Officer’
      Those that see the light would get the joke.

      • Xabier says:

        Good, yes I like it!

        But I did hope that ‘Sanity Enforcement Officer’ would elicit complaints about blocked drains…

        We do also have ‘Environmental Crimes’ officers now, at least in Cambridge.

        And tourism guides in bowler hats, who are all Eastern European.

    • Tim Groves says:

      Xabier, from half a century ago, I can still clearly recall the announcement that used to ring out every ten seconds in an emotionless robotic baritone voice along the curving Central Line platforms at Bank Station—”Mind the Gap…………..Mind the Gap………….Mind the Gap……”

      Has that changed? It was one of the seven wonders of the Underground.

      I also remember one particular train driver on British Rail Line Eastern Region between Colchester and Liverpool Street who used to brighting the mornings of the half-asleep commuters by making humorous announcements such as: “Welcome, passengers boarding at Romford. This train is the 8:32 express bound for Ilford, Stratford and Liverpool Street. We will be cruising at an altitude of zero feet, and we are not expecting to encounter any turbulence along the route.”

      • Xabier says:

        The ‘Mind the gap!’ voice is female now and very clear.

        The gap at my local station is some 12 inches! Almost a gulf….

        On the buses the enunciation is off, as if the robot has had a small stroke.

    • At least you call a spade a spade. A Pakistani is a Pak no matter where he was born.

      • Xabier says:

        I have to say, people really have given the finger to Khan’s imperial decree about masks.

        But ‘Londoners’ have to endure him for a second term.

        • Mirror on the wall says:

          Most kids born in London are born to parents who were born abroad. Most of residential London was built in the 19 and 20 c. and it was populated from surrounding towns and villages. Hardly anyone in London today has historical roots in London.

      • Bei Dawei says:

        But a racism is a choice.

      • Mirror on the wall says:

        His grandparents are all from Uttar Pradesh – that is now in India btw.

    • Fast Eddy says:

      ‘Make sure to tie up your shoelaces for your safety’

      Confirmation that the vast majority of humans … are MOREONS

      What else can it be?

      I quite enjoy Beavis and Butthead… it’s a glimpse into the ‘mind’ of an average human.

  9. CTG says:

    In another few hours, FE will wake up…

    I am.more interested in deaths rather than cases. It used to zero…..

    • MonkeyBusiness says:

      A 23-year-old individual was among 15 Singaporeans reported by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (14 October) to have died of COVID-19.

      The city-state’s youngest such fatality, whose gender was not given, had been partially vaccinated against the coronavirus disease.

      No worries!!! Singapore is opening up for travel.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        What better way to ensure the injected covIDIOTS get infected with the mutations that are being brewed in other countries!!!

    • Fast Eddy says:

      For the MOREONS … click the link … then you will see a slider on the right side of the page… drag that using your mouse cursor down to just past half way on the page…. half way is the point where the small square on the slider is in the middle position … then a bit more…

      Then look left…. you will see Total Coronavirus Deaths in Singapore

      Then there is a flat line that goes from left to right … then Suddenly it goes straight up…

      What that means is that before the Injections … Singapore has very few covid deaths… but since the Injections … the Deaths have blasted off like the Challenger shuttle.

      Now you must remember that Singapore is the Most Injected Country on THE PLANET.

      Duh… what does that mean … you ask?

      Well obviously — the vaccines do not stop you from dying from Covid… in fact it does appear that you are more likely to die if you have been injected.

      Perhaps that is because you become a variant factory and you breed more deadly mutations when you contract covid.

      We await Hideaway’s response….

    • Fast Eddy says:

      Once you accept CTG’s gift…..Hideaway… please come join us in the water… it’s very refreshing… bring your mates norm dunc mike…

  10. Duncan Idaho says:

    As of this morning, the USA is just a few under being 70,000 over 1918.
    (deaths of course, to those not paying attention)
    We had a smaller population in 1918, but this has just started.
    H1 N1 was our major flu strain until the 1960’s, just not as fatal.

    • If the disease had been treated properly, or even been treated as it was in 1918 (with aspirin and no attempt to flatten the curve), we would have had far fewer deaths. Someone would have figured out early on that adding antihistamine was helpful, as are steroids. They would have tried ivermectin early on. Today’s story is just absurd.

      • Rodster says:

        I’m suspicious of the total number of CV19 for a couple of reasons. In a previous article I posted the 2020 Covid deaths from the CDC website and they were #3 well behind cancer and heart attacks. Per the CDC the CV19 deaths in 2020 were around 360k. But here’s another problem. Covid deaths included anyone who died who tested positive for Covid but died from something else even if they had no symptoms.

        This whole thing is just so orchestrated to get people to take “The Jab”. Meanwhile Bill Gates who invested in BioNTech months before the Covid outbreak (wink wink) a Pfizer company is even richer these days.

    • drb says:

      Not comparable at all as in 1918 people ate healthy things like liver, butter, eggs, and meat. Do us a favor and compare fatality rates excluding the obese, who were not there in 1918.

    • Fast Eddy says:

      20% per shot … if FE had a shot you wouldn’t even notice because he’s operating off such a high baseline…

      But for a MOREON… this is a big deal.

  11. Sam says:

    I appreciate your enthusiasm Dennis… yes things can keep going on for a while more. I was thinking 2023 … and You could be right , maybe the ptb can manipulate everything! To make us believe that there is not an entropy to the system. If you read mainstream news you would think that we are close to climbing out of this mess that we are in right now. But when I see what is posted on here and read other blogs and put two and two together… common sense tells me otherwise. Have you been studying the shale formations? They are soon to be in decline then what? Think of how much oil is used to make the roads you drive on.

    • VFatalis says:

      I’m personally more worried by the biological timebombs around us than shale production.

      • Azure Kingfisher says:

        If the biological timebombs go off and we survive: more shale for us?

        • I wouldn’t count on it, unless somehow a new more efficient method of extraction, processing and distribution is figured out. With a broken world system, this won’t happen.

      • You listen to too much Main Street Media.

        Energy is equivalent to food for the economy. Without adequate energy, the economy starves.

        COVID is not much of a threat to the species, at least if we don’t keep trying to immunize against it.

        We don’t entirely know how much of a threat the vaccines are, directly, to humans. They don’t kill off a huge percentage of the population, immediately.

        Given all of the things going wrong with the economy and their close timing, it could be economic problems that indirectly bring about most of our deaths.

        • VFatalis says:

          I was referring to injected people. In most european countries the share of adult population who have been jabbed is close to 80%.
          Their immune systems are compromised, and winter is knocking at the door. How long could an economy keep going with 10% of its workforce getting badly sick or dying ? Or 20% ?

    • He believes the mythic ‘whiz kids’ Elon Musk supposedly fields can save the civilization

      Well, one has to believe in something, right?

  12. Mirror on the wall says:

    The ONS has officially released fertility stats for 2020. The overall TFR in England and Wales is down to 1.58, for UK-born women 1.50, for non-UK-born women 1.98 (all below replacement level). 34.8% of births were to women born outside the UK; adding in second generation entrants it must be about 40-50%. Those kids were conceived before lockdown, and 2021 figures are expected to be lower yet. The provisional figure for 2021 Q1 is an overall TFR of 1.53.

    TRF has collapsed since contraception was made easily available, and abortion was legalised, in the 1960s, with 10 million abortions having been performed in Britain. The capitalist state calculates an approximation of how many workers it needs, to grow GDP and to service structural debt, decades in advance, and it introduces fresh workers to expand the labour supply on which GDP growth depends. The entrants are presently about 700,000 per year (350,000 net), and the CBI and BCC continue to push for higher entrant rates.

    With a TRF of 1.5, the number of births to UK-born women would fall by 48.98% over two generations. It is what it is.

    > The TRF for England and Wales in 2020 fell to 1.58 children per woman, the lowest since records began in 1938.

    > In 2020, 34.8 per cent of all children born in England and Wales had either one or both parents born outside the UK, up from 34.3 per cent in 2019.

    > The total fertility rate among foreign-born mothers increased slightly to 1.98, at a time when the rate for UK-born women decreased to 1.50.

    Number of babies born to foreign mothers hit record high last year with 75% of births in parts of England among women from outside UK – as data shows total number of births fell 4% to two-decade low

    • drb says:

      Thank you MotW. But the interesting stats would be month over month fertility rates, which might be available later. We are about 9 months into the vaccine era, so if there is any effect there, it should start showing now and be fully visible by, say, March.

      • In the US, there might be an uptick in the births to certain groups.

        In the US, student loan debt repayment was deferred, starting about April 2020. This seems to be leading to a small baby boom among would-be moms in their 30s who had put off having a baby until their finances were better. My daughter is expecting a baby in January 2022, and several of her friends have had babies recently or are expecting them shortly.

        I don’t know how much of an effect this is having.

        Also, in the US, quite a few women who are already mothers have dropped out of the workforce because daycare availability is not very good. Furthermore, homeschooling becomes an attractive option, given the problems with the schools. I would think that some of these women would decide to have an additional child if the family finances can stand the strain, since they are already at home providing their own daycare.

  13. Mirror on the wall says:

    Fantabulous! The UK government intends to set up nuclear fusion reactors – and towns are allegedly ‘vying’ to have a nuke reactor near them! The ‘only’ snag is that they do not even work!

    > The world’s first working nuclear fusion reactor could be coming soon near your town: Five UK sites including Ardeer, Moorside and Severn Edge have been shortlisted for a plant – with operations as early as 2040

    Five sites shortlisted for UK’s prototype fusion energy plant

    Ardeer in North Ayrshire, Goole in Yorkshire, Moorside in Cumbria, Ratcliffe-on-Soar in Nottinghamshire and Severn Edge in Gloucestershire are all vying to be the location for what could be the world’s first working nuclear fusion reactor.

    Using the same reactions that power the Sun, fusing hydrogen atoms into helium promises an almost limitless supply of clean energy (top right) – if scientists can finally figure out a way to harness it.

    Although no such facility has yet been able to generate more energy than it takes to run, governments around the world are racing to build a commercial reactor in a bid to capitalise on what has been dubbed the ‘holy grail’ of green power.

    A final decision on the location for the UK’s first plant (pictured in an artist’s impression) will be made at the end of 2022, with the hope of beginning operations as early as 2040.

    • If a person can believe that intermittent renewables can save the system, they probably can believe in almost anything.

      • Hideaway says:

        Gail, what’s the alternative to building renewables if it buys time and hope??

        Those of us following Limits to Growth for decades know that there is no way out other than the Star Trek future of mining in space for continued growth, which is so remote to be a near impossibility.

        Isn’t trying to do something, ie renewables, better than doing nothing and just waiting for everything to coll.apse??

        The intermittency problem disappears if renewables are coupled to large pumped seawater hydro plants and grids made intercontinental. Yes, they are huge projects that are unlikely to happen, but much more possible than the Star Trek future.

        • Dennis L. says:

          You get it!

          “Those of us following Limits to Growth for decades know that there is no way out other than the Star Trek future of mining in space for continued growth, which is so remote to be a near impossibility.”

          Impossible? Well Shatner went into space at 90, how many people would have believed that when the show aired?

          Musk is doing space in real time, we will move forward while many await the end which is always near, tomorrow, and tomorrow never comes.

          Dennis L.

        • They add instability to the system. The horrible pricing of wind and solar drives existing nuclear and fossil fuels out of electrical system. They tend to bring the system down.

        • Fast Eddy says:

          The problem is we need CHEAP energy .. energy that after extracting provides a solid energy return… we do not need an energy sink .. and that is what renewables are…

        • Mama Earth says:

          “Gail, what’s the alternative to building renewables if it buys time and hope?”

          Hope is for suckers.
          — Alan Watts

          Get your self entitled rapacious primate princess rear end on that bicycle powering the cranks by the oats you stuffed in your cookie hole.

          How about that instead of “hope”?

          DO IT WEAKLING!1!1!1

          And I am all smiles

          /Mother Earth

          • Bicycles are fine, but they have the same problem that any of our manufactured goods have: They tend to wear out. You need lots of spare parts. Eventually, the roads and bridges that that bicycles ride on will deteriorate as well.

            Perhaps they are helpful now but for the long term, all that can be used is things that can be made locally, with local materials, including local energy sources. This doesn’t provide very much. Wind and solar cannot be made and maintained with local materials.

            Even as hunter gatherers, humans seemed to be burning down whole forests, to allow them to catch the type of prey they desired and to allow more open spaces for more foods of the desired types to grow. Humans and pre-humans do not have a good record of living sustainably.

      • Xabier says:

        They might be better off seeking the True Grail: which is, of course, Enlightenment……

        • Bei Dawei says:

          Had some of your missionaries come to my door the other day. “Ever heard of Henry Corbin?” they asked. “We’d like to leave a copy of ‘En Islam iranien’ for you to read.”

          “It really captures the way the heroic epic can shade into the spiritual epic,” added the other. “If you liked the writings of Shaikh Ahmad-i-Ahksai…”

          “Aw, go back to the mundus imaginalis!” I shouted, slamming the door.

          • Mirror on the wall says:

            They bring it with them wheresoever they go – but how many have the strength to even live – without ‘error’?

    • Minority of One says:

      In other words, still just a pipedream, but a useful one:

      “with the hope of beginning operations as early as 2040”

      ‘hope’ again. 2040?

  14. Fast Eddy says:

    Fully vaccinated 21-year-old University of Georgia student dies of Covid
    Alex Berenson 1 hr ago
    And unlike many unvaccinated younger people who die, he was not morbidly obese. In fact he was the opposite – a personal trainer.

    Rest In Peace Shawn Kuhn.,c_limit,f_auto,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/

    Probably not a CovIDIOT … just forced to get the injections so he could go to school …

    Also to ‘buy time’ right Hideaway? To Buy Time…

    Well that was some Expensive time he Bought.

    Filthy CovIDIOT dogs… every last one of you…

    Let me say this now — just in case I don’t get a chance — I pray that this is about creating Marek’s … and you vermin get infected and drown in snot…. every last one of you

    • Hideaway says:

      Yes some people that are vaccinated will still get Covid and die, no-one has claimed otherwise, however on average people are better off, the statistics clearly show it!!

      Only a fool would look at one case and take it out of context of the overall results, like you have done here…

      • Ed says:

        I do not agree that people are better off on average.

      • Rodster says:

        “Only a fool would look at one case and take it out of context of the overall results, like you have done here…”

        But you are doing the same thing you claim he’s doing. So you are willing to dismiss the thousands of vaccine deaths and the hundreds of thousands of vaccine related injuries? How do we know? Because VAERS says so and it is known that they under report by a factor between 1-10.

        So even if you say he took one student death out of context, there are many more who have died in that age group from “The Jab”. Is it possible this story stands out because the narrative by the governments, the media including social media are controlling what related news stories are published? If we had some semblance of an honest media and honest governments along with honest and conscientious pharmaceutical companies who practiced, “lets do no harm”. Would these drugs posing as vaccines been pulled from the shelves a long time ago? I remember back in the 80’s when Tylenol was pulled off the shelf because a few died from tampering.

        Sure it was tampering that got it taken off the shelves but just a few died whereas we now have over 10,000 who have died from “The Jab”. Shouldn’t the same apply to The Jab? I think so but instead we have corrupt politicians, along with a corrupt media and pharmaceutical companies who say, ignore all the deaths and injuries, lets inject everyone with a poorly tested experimental drug including the young. Is that wise given that the death count from CV19 is in the neighborhood with the common flu?

        I posted some numbers in response to a comment Dunce made about all the CV19 deaths. And yet it was third by a wide margin. Heart Attacks was #1, Cancer #2 and way down the list was CV19 (and that’s with the CDC padding the numbers).

        So no, FE isn’t taking things out of context but it appears the opposition is grasping at straws trying to make the case that CV19 related injuries and deaths should be dismissed.

      • VFatalis says:

        The statistics from MSM outlets are obviously skewed, but they support the narrative that those injections are quite safe and effective so you blindly welcome them and automatically, uncounsciously discard everything that contradicts those beliefs.
        It’s not just your immune system that has been damaged…Your ability to think rationally suffered too.

      • Tim Groves says:

        Only a fool or a troll would not look at this one case in its proper context.

        His sister said he was fully vaccinated. He was young, slim, physically active and apparently without health issues that would have raised his risk. So COVID-19 would have been extremely extremely unlikely to kill him. Only a gullible imbecile would look at this case and accept the COVID-19 diagnosis uncritically.

        It is extremely possible that his death was the result of his being double-jabbed. Only a pea-brained ignoramus would be unable to grasp that.

        It is very probable that early treatment with helpful drugs such as ivermectin or HCQ and supplements such as zinc, NAC and quercetin would have cured him. Only a moronic cretin would be unaware of that.

        And lastly, but not lastly, it is quite certain that being “fully vaccinated” didn’t protect him against a disease someone in his demographic who had not been jabbed would have been expected to survive nine hundred and ninety-nine times out of a thousand. Only a cretinous zealot of the Branch Covidian Cult would deny that.

        Facts are stubborn things, but statistics are pliable.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Did I miss your answer to ‘what are we buying time for?’

        You see… this is what MOREONS do… they refuse to answer…

    • Xabier says:

      We were meant to be ‘buying time’ for the vulnerable elderly with lock-downs in 2020.

      Most assumed that after they had all been injected we could drop that nonsense.

      What are we buying time for now, the Second Coming?

      The Pfizer Wonder Pill?

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Hideaway … feel free to elaborate….

        Or is that one of those comments you wish you could retract but you can’t because we have seen it and we have Very Long Memories…

        And then there is … that question about why we are forcing the vaccine on children when it does not stop then from getting covid and infecting grandpa (who apparently is also not protected by his vaccine from dying…) and healthy children are not at risk of serious illness from covid.

        norm dunc mike — let me hand this over to you guys to explain this to OFW

  15. Fast Eddy says:

    Allah Akbar Love the smell of gunpowder etc… give’er

  16. Fast Eddy says:

    Chaos in Beirut: Snipers shoot at civilians, people in panic, there are dead VIDEO

  17. Fast Eddy says:

    Mad Max arrives in Lebanon

  18. Fast Eddy says:

    Here we go

    The End of the World — Televised!!!

  19. Fast Eddy says:

    Beirut streets look like ‘a war zone’

    Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr, reporting from Beirut, says the city’s streets look like a war zone.

    “This is the most serious and intense gun battles in the streets of Beirut in years. The full area is a war zone, the army is out and in force but still unable to contain the situation, unable to stop these ongoing gunfire,” she said.

    Harry … can you get us some video???

  20. Fast Eddy says:

    5 dead in Beirut after shootings break out during protests over blast investigation


  21. Fast Eddy says:

    Some Auckland schools are battling virtual truancy, with more than 50 per cent of students dropping off the radar as they head back into online classes on Monday.

    Covid numbers headed north in Auckland .. despite mass vaccinations — despite brutal lockdowns

    • If “not following the rules” is a way of thinking in New Zealand, I imagine that students falling off line would be a worse problem there than, for example, in Japan. where students are taught to obey the rules. Of course, Japan doesn’t do long lockdowns.

      • Student says:

        By the way, Japan – as far as I’ve understood – seems to have a more respectful approach about vaccines.
        And Japan made also rigorous quality checks on vaccines (see Moderna cases of contamination).
        My impression is that when people are treated without deceive, they have problably more incentives to obey rules and accept sacrifies.
        In my view in Europe it is happening the opposite and maybe also elsewhere.

  22. Minority of One says:

    Latest YT video from Steven Van Metre
    You can get the gist of ‘China’s Housing Market & Economy’ within the first 6 minutes. After that Steven discusses USA economy.

    China’s Housing Market & Economy Is Crumbling

    • “Confidence” is especially important for people wanting to buy property; companies offering debt financing.

      Evergrande missed another payment. Fantasia trying to delay payment.

      Debt of China’s developers dominate world high yield bond funds debt. 50% of more of such its debt.

  23. Fast Eddy says:

    An Opening Salvo

    A viral strain cannot be a peg by which we assess what we can and cannot achieve, who we can or cannot be, or the contours of social, economic and national destiny.

    Moreover, all the largely evidence free, almost madcap nostrums rolled out, have failed. Sweden, where they were ignored (no lockdowns, no mask mandates, no school closures) and where sanity prevailed, boasts a lower all-cause mortality in 2021 than in 1991 (and many intervening years since). In the East Coast of the US, both infections and deaths are higher this “vaxxed” autumn than the preceding autumn. The same is true in the UK. Baffled we may be, but data is data.

    Lockdowns, school closures, mask mandates have all flopped and backfired. Governments devastated their own societies with illogical, unsound, unscientific policies that we will be decades recovering from, and whose precedent will cast a shadow over civil liberties for quite some time to come.

    • Hideaway says:

      FE “that we will be decades recovering from” … LOL

      So you don’t believe in the coming energy crunch lowering living standards to the state of coll.apse. You really think what you have written above??

      There are no decades…

      You’re confirming my belief that you are just on this site to sabotage the good work that Gail does with the real numbers on world energy..

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Just because I post something from someone else does not mean that I agree with everything they have said…

        So what are we buying time for?

  24. deimetri says:

    ‘What is the Shielding Approach?

    The shielding approach aims to reduce the number of severe COVID-19 cases by limiting contact between individuals at higher risk of developing severe disease (“high-risk”) and the general population (“low-risk”). High-risk individuals would be temporarily relocated to safe or “green zones” established at the household, neighborhood, camp/sector or community level depending on the context and setting.1,2 They would have minimal contact with family members and other low-risk residents.’

    It will be amazing who is suddenly classified as ‘high risk’.

    • Tim Groves says:

      This is a CDC document from July 2020, no doubt prepared purely as a contingency plan if the worst comes to the worst.

      I wonder, will these green zone shelters have communal showers equipped with lots of soap, in the interests of personal hygiene? And will there be ovens where the residents can bake their own bread, pies and pizzas?

    • JMS says:

      Funny how our masters don’t even bother to hide their plans, confident as they are in the credulity of their sheep. If they posted a video of Herr Schwab dressed as a vampire singing “We are here to EAT YOU”, the sheep would certainly spend weeks considering the metaphorical value of the verb “to eat” in the song. Denial is an all-powerfull blindfold.

  25. Hideaway says:

    Looking at Singapore numbers, 84% of population vaccinated, 3,190 cases just yesterday, so let’s look at the real numbers…

    “Amongst those who required oxygen supplementation and ICU, 49.6% were fully vaccinated and 50.4% were unvaccinated/ partially vaccinated.”

    “Amongst those who have passed away over the last 28 days, 24.1% were fully vaccinated and 75.9% were unvaccinated/ partially vaccinated.”

    Once again a clear advantage for those that are vaccinated!!

    When you add that the older population and most vulnerable are likely to get vaccinated and the younger healthier people are likely to be unvaccinated on average, then the benefits of vaccination are even higher than portrayed by the numbers.

    Looking at Singapore where only 16% of the population are unvaccinated (not adults, but whole population!!), yet this minority of people make up ~50% of hospitalisations and 75% of deaths, it is obvious they are doing something wrong!!

    • Alex says:

      And 98.5% of the ‘cases’ had no or mild symptoms.

      • Xabier says:

        Exactly, Alex, exactly.

        ‘Cases’ as defined by governments, the new scientific and medical geniuses, are often not sick people.

        Even if infected, in many instances a healthy immune system would knock it on the head.

        An independent MSM would have savaged this absurdity long since.

    • Fast Eddy says:

      Yep and as we can see as time passes the virus continues to strengthen as it overcomes the leaky vaccine and more and more vaccinated end up in the hospital and dead…. as Bossche said would happen…

      But — before that can happen — the CovIDIOTS are invited to another round of Vaccine Roulette… and they get another injection that involves EXACTLY THE SAME stuff that ultimately failed the first time.

      The virus has already seen this garbage… within a few months it kicked the out of it…

      What do you think the virus is going to do to the third shot? Duh… Duh x 1000….

      Then what do you do when it fails again … oh right another shot .. and another …

      Eventually the virus just laughs at your injection …

      And that’s when the serious dying will start… when Fauci runs out of bullets… we’ll get our Marek’s on Steroids….

      You’d really have to be a serious MOREON to think this vaccine is intended to stop covid.

      Sweden already did that … so if Fauci was interested in ending the nightmare… he’d do what Sweden did… oh and Sweden would continue to do what Sweden was doing instead of changing course and injecting.

      Upton Sinclair — ‘It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when he is a MOREON”

    • Xabier says:

      Great news Hideaway!

      Even better, the coercive vaccination programmes being deployed destroy 100% of basic human and civil rights, and abolish bodily sovereignty and the Hippocratic Oath!

      Yes, 100%

      Moreover, it’s happening almost everywhere all at once, so no one can escape!

      Win win!

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Hideaway… I hereby anoint thee… a member of the Order of the Stooges… this is a great honour… we have only 3 others.

        • Xabier says:

          I have nothing personal against the Normans, Mikes and Hideaways of this world.

          But the thought that they represent tens, even hundreds, of millions of like-minded souls leaves me aghast.

          After nearly 20 months in which to see the light!

          It took me about 9 months, which is idiotic enough, to my great shame.

          • Fast Eddy says:

            I am sure they are all pleasant enough in person … most MOREONS are… however they will be cheering when the Refusers are carted off to the gulag… oh – and they’d not hesitate to snitch on you.

            MOREONS are dangerous Barny Yard Animals…

    • Tim Groves says:

      Hideaway, looking at Singapore, where somebody who has had their first dose is only considered partially vaccinated, if such a person gets ill or dies as a result of the first shot, they are lumped into the “unvaccinated/ partially vaccinated cases” group.

      If they’ve had two shots but less than two weeks have elapsed since the second shot, and they get ill or die as a result of the combined effects of the shot, they are still lumped into the “unvaccinated/ partially vaccinated cases” group.

      Do you have a breakdown between “fully vaccinated”, “recently fully vaccinated, “partially vaccinated”, “recently partially vaccinated”, and “pure blooded”? Because if you don’t, these stats you are quoting must be considered meaningless at best and most probably fraudulent.

      How many of these “partially vaccinated/unvaccinated” illnesses and deaths are people who have taken one or two shots? Inquiring minds would like to know.

      • Hideaway says:

        Tim, why look at any excuse to dismiss them when the results are quite clear in the link I gave?

        No matter how you squeeze those numbers, they show benefit for vaccination. If you really had an inquiring mind, then numbers like those for Singapore are being matched in Israel, UK and wherever else FE miss-quotes numbers from.

        Every country takes their stats a slightly different way, yet they all point to the same thing of lower hospitalizations and death rates for those vaccinated.

        When you add the logic of older people and those with medical issues being more likely to be vaccinated than the younger and healthy on average, then the vaccines are even more effective.

        Do some people have problems with the vaccines?? Obviously yes, but it is a very minor number compared to the benefits of lower death rates from Covid.

        • CTG says:

          I ave already a long time ago that oly a handful of people in the world has PhD in common sense and basic data analysis. There is no point at all to convince them. Just press IGNORE

          • Fast Eddy says:

            In the hope that they just lose interest … but they don’t …. so if we must share the bandwidth with them …. let us refer to them as pea brains — MOREONS — and my all time favourite … Barn…. Yard…. Animals….

  26. Harry McGibbs says:

    “Siberia could suffer unpredictable power grid overloads due to an influx of Bitcoin miners from nearby China, which has cracked down on virtual currencies, media in the Russian region cited an official as saying Wednesday.

    “The warning to Moscow from Irkutsk region governor Igor Kobzev comes a month after China’s central bank ruled all financial transactions involving cryptocurrencies illegal.”

  27. CTG says:

    Here it comes, MSM is preparing you for Cyberpolygon.

    Solar Sorm warning (perhaps as a cover for Cyberpolygon?) Check for Aurora. If it is not present during a long outage, then it is not solar storm

    If that really happens and internet is down for good, it was great knowing you all here and perhaps we shall meet again on the other side.

    • ” a really intense storm could burn out transformers”

      I suppose home systems (especially grid tied) could be affected as well. Preppers looking to replace their transformers would likely find a sold-out market, assuming that they could access markets at all.

      • Xabier says:

        I find it most odd that preppers often still cling to electricity in some form.

        Fire is Life, not electricity.

  28. Harry McGibbs says:

    “There is triple the normal chance of the so-called La Nina weather pattern occurring this year… potentially exacerbating an already tight global coal supply situation over the winter…

    “The event is generally associated with above-normal rainfall – often resulting in flooding – in affected areas, including key coal producers Australia and Indonesia. But it can also lead to colder-than-average temperatures in China and other consuming nations, triggering increased demand for power generation fuels.”

  29. Fast Eddy says:


    Day after day, month after month, the masses have been subjected to the most destructive psychological-terror campaign in the history of psychological terror. Sadly, many of them have been reduced to paranoid, anus-puckering invalids, afraid of the outdoors, of human contact, afraid of their own children, afraid of the air, morbidly obsessed with disease and death … and consumed with hatred of “the Unvaccinated.”

    Not to worry … it won’t last….

  30. Fast Eddy says:

    The Great New Normal Purge
    So, the Great New Normal Purge has begun … right on cue, right by the numbers.

    As we “paranoid conspiracy theorists” have been warning would happen for the past 18 months, people who refuse to convert to the new official ideology are now being segregated, stripped of their jobs, banned from attending schools, denied medical treatment, and otherwise persecuted.

    Relentless official propaganda demonizing “the Unvaccinated” is being pumped out by the corporate and state media, government leaders, health officials, and shrieking fanatics on social media. “The Unvaccinated” are the new official “Untermenschen,” an underclass of subhuman “others” the New Normal masses are being conditioned to hate.

  31. Calibob says:

    Things coming to a head in Chicago. Listen to the head of the Fraternal Order of Police. Chicago might be minus half it’s officers this weekend.. they’re not submitting to the mandate.

    No one tells it like it is, like people from Chicago.

    “We already can’t get anybody to do this job. Come on. What’s this about. It’s about power and control. What are we talkin about here”.

    • The person interviewed is White, but I expect that quite a large share of the police force is Black. There is an unfortunate history of experimentation on Blacks in the US, which I imagine underlies the low vaccination rate of Blacks in the US. Doing without a large share of the police force in Chicago wouldn’t work.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        “half the department staying home by saturday”

        Let’s hope they don’t reach a compromise!!!

        Could be a good time to be a criminal.

        This is a much bigger threat to the CEP than pilots calling in sick

  32. Tim Groves says:

    Check out the massive rise in new daily COVID-19 cases in Singapore (population 5.7 million/double jabbed 4.6 million). It peaked last week at over 3,500 cases per day.

    • Calibob says:

      That says it all. Shown on the graph tab is astounding. Is the day coming when suddenly the collective consciousness is hit like a light switch suddenly turning on? And we start to see headlines with the sudden shocking realization, “Recent data indicates astounding correlation between vaccine’s and the spread of Covid” … “Doctors advise ending all Vaccine mandates Immediately”. . “Search continues for how to cure the vaccinated”

      • Fast Eddy says:

        The thing is …

        Most people are not aware of what is happening in these early max vax countries… the vast majority still believe that the vax stops them from getting covid… the few that understand that it does not think it will stop them from dying …

        But the thing is … almost no healthy people are dying from Covid…. What was the quote from the Rogan interview yesterday … I think it was 90% of all deaths in the US had 4 comorbidities!!!

        Covid kills the already dead. If you are health you have as much a chance of dying from the flu.

        Yet the MOREONS bare the shoulder like Re t ARDS.

        CovIDIOT greeting “have you had your booster yet???’

        This is beyond MOREONISM… we need to create a new word to describe this utter stooopidity that we are witnessing…

    • Fast Eddy says:

      Nicely done Tim…. remember when Fauci and others said we’d get herd immunity if enough people got vaxxed…. Now where did he get that idea from — oh right from all the testing they did!!!

      Of course that was a lie/mistake…. now he says it stops people from dying … hmmm… ok great… if so then Covid is now the flu .. or a bad cold…

      One problem … if that’s true – then why the booster(s)?

      Video: “How Many People Are We Going to Kill if We Keep Following this Narrative”, Asks Ontario Emergency Physician

      Pfizer’s claims for vaccine unravel yet further

    • Fast Eddy says:

      I am wondering how many boosters before we reach Immune Exhaustion ….

      As mentioned my friends father has had 2 + 1 so is fully fully fully vaxxed and he was hospitalized with Covid… he’s recovered.

      One would expect … that given the Booster is just more of the same Failed Sh it… that the virus is going to be inconvenienced for a shorter period each time — I am thinking Booster 2 and we’ll pretty much be pushing on a string …


      • Xabier says:

        Does the old 2+1 fool realise he was done, or is it a case of;

        ‘I was lucky, I’d have been dead without the vaccines!’?

        I heard this in the street the other day…..they are imbeciles!

        • Tim Groves says:

          I’m wondering how many kg Norman will be able to deadlift after he graduates to 2+1 and the swelling goes down? Or….

        • Fast Eddy says:

          Feel free to remind them of the FE study that indicates IQ drops by 20% with each injection … so that’s the price they pay to survive Covid… they’ll hesitate for a second … then respond with — it’s a small price to pay to stay alive

  33. Fast Eddy says:

    Vaccine Safety Update

    Emails please

  34. Fast Eddy says:

    “Top virologist says Delta defeated, predicts 6 plus months of Covid quiet for Israel” – New variants will be held at bay for now, says Rivka Abulafia-Lapid, whose optimism comes as number of new serious Covid cases per day almost halves over two weeks, reports the Times of Israel.


  35. Fast Eddy says:

    (Click to view a picture package on the truck traffic jams on the China-Mongolia border.)

  36. Fast Eddy says:

    When BAU stops… it doesn’t just stop… it rams into a brick wall at 1000miles per hour

    • I think that things can stop in one part of the world (Lebanon, for example), and not stop immediately elsewhere.

      • Harry McGibbs says:

        As per that Yaneer Bar-Yam quote from David Korowicz’s ‘Trade Off’ paper:

        “A networked society behaves like a multicellular organism…random damage is like lopping off a chunk of sheep. Whether or not the sheep survives depends upon which chunk is lost…. When we do the analysis, almost any part is critical if you lose enough of it.”

  37. Fast Eddy says:

    What is AdBlue®?
    Many new diesel vehicles, including Ford Everest, now require the use of a Diesel Exhaust Fluid, commonly referred to as AdBlue®. This fluid is automatically injected into the vehicle’s exhaust system to help reduce oxides of nitrogen emitted from vehicle, in order to meet the latest Euro 5 emissions standards. AdBlue® is stored in a small tank and, just like diesel fuel, the driver must ensure that AdBlue® is kept topped up in their vehicle. Further information on AdBlue® can be found in the applicable Owner’s Manual.

    How often is AdBlue® used?
    Your usage of AdBlue® depends on your vehicle use and driving style.

    When your AdBlue® level is low, a warning lamp and message will illuminate in the dashboard’s information display. You’ll receive further reminders to top up as the fluid level reduces. The vehicle will not start if the tank gets to empty. Filling up with AdBlue® is a simple process you can do yourself.

    Where can I buy it?
    You can refill your AdBlue® tank using stocked containers available for purchase from your Ford Dealer, selected service stations and automotive retailers.

    Ford Dealers can refill your tank with AdBlue® or sell you a container the next time you come in for a service, but this is not included in the standard Ford service price.

    • Rodster says:

      I’ve seen a product sold at Walmart called DefBlue and Walmart has their own brand. I’m not sure if they meet Ford’s standards. Auto parts stores should carry AdBlue. I don’t see why DefBlue wouldn’t work. It’s also a diesel exhaust fluid.

      Check Amazon as well because their US website carries AdBlue with the VW label.

  38. Lidia17 says:

    For Norm.. to do with Reuters…

    Former CEO of Reuters now on Board of Directors, Pfizer.
    “Debunkers” say: “James C Smith **used** to be the CEO of Reuters but isn’t anymore. He is currently merely the chairman of the board in “Thomson Reuters Foundation, a London-based charity”.

    Ooooh okaay!

    • Hideaway says:

      “Of the 706 people in hospital, 90 per cent have not been fully vaccinated.”

      “COVID-19 commander Jeroen Weimar said unvaccinated Victorians made up 12 per cent of the adult population, while almost 70 per cent of COVID-19 cases were unvaccinated.

      He said 98 per cent of COVID-19 patients in ICU were not fully vaccinated.”

      In a state where 70% fully vaccinated by next week, and over 80% of over 50s already double vaccinated..

      Obviously the vaccines are bad in a world where over population is the problem, they are keeping too many people alive and healthy…

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Yes and initially that was the situation in Israel, Singapore etc…. but the vaccines stop working … because the virus strengthens…

        And then

        But while 81.3% of people over 16 have received two vaccine doses, there are currently 8,340 COVID-19 patients in hospital in Britain, compared to just 1,066 a year ago.

        I’ve posted this stuff about 20x now… are you able to read… do I need to break it down as if I was speaking to a child… or a MOREON?

        If it was so effective … then why the rush to the booster?

        Let me predict the future:

        “What I would predict will happen is that the immune response to that … lead to a phenomenon called “immune exhaustion,” Dr. Pepper said.

        • Hideaway says:

          The effectiveness of the vaccine wears off over time, but that is what it is all about, buying time.

          Those UK figures you keep referring to of 8,340 people in hospital, how many have been fully vaccinated?? Without knowing those numbers, the figure by itself is meaningless. There is more spread of the virus because the country is open for business plus Delta has a higher R0.

          Even if 90% of the country was vaccinated, it would still leave 6 million unvaccinated in the UK.

          From a few weeks ago…

          “From July 19 to August 2, 55.1 percent of the 1,467 people hospitalised with the Delta variant were unvaccinated, PHE said, while 34.9 percent – or 512 people – had received two doses.”

          “About 75 percent of the UK’s adult population has received two shots to date.”

          Once again the numbers show a definite advantage for the vaccinated. Every time you put up numbers from somewhere, trying to prove your point, the full picture always show the opposite!!

          • Minority of One says:

            “but that is what it is all about, buying time.”

            You might well be right, buying time until the concentration camps are ready, and the CBDC system is in place.

          • Mike Roberts says:

            Fast Eddy is not interested in facts, where they contradict his narrative. Surely everyone here knows that by now.

          • Tim Groves says:

            Hideaway, the full picture—as full a picture as I’ve been able to see—suggests there’s a lot of fakery in these statistics.

            There are a lot of very old, very fat, and very diabetic people getting very ill or dying as a result of possibly being infected with something—we know not what—AND being very old, very fat, and/or very diabetic.

            And there are a lot of people getting very ill or dying as a result of being injected. Are you with me so far.

            I you have any interest in saving yourself and other people, implore them to eat better, exercise better, and take better care of their health in order to be less likely to get ill, and campaign for cheap and effective treatments such as ivermectin and HCQ to be made readily available to everybody. If you can’t do these things, then please shut up because you are of no use to yourself or anybody else. Promoting vaccination is either moreonic or else deliberately homicidal.

            • Fast Eddy says:

              Yes…. we implore the CovIDIOTS to just shut their holes… and make appointments for the Boosters…

              I get my hair cut every 3 weeks… so I have standing appointments for Wednesday mornings… because the place I go is busy so it’s best to book ahead.

              Maybe the CovIDIOTS could make their Booster appointments in advance as well… the only problems is the time between boosters is diminishing … so that’s impossible hahahahahahaha

              CovIDIOTS…. imagine being one of them

            • Fast Eddy says:

              It would be interesting to know the health status of these fools who are begging for more injections … we know that norm and dunc are well past their use by dates… I wonder if the Vaccine Lovers are riddled with comorbidities — overweight diabetic sloths…. surely there must be a decent correlation between the 2.

              Apparently there is a radio campaign (I listen to books while driving so I have not heard it — and whenever I hear a radio DJ I think of my hacksaw… so best not to listen to their spew)… urging NZers to tap their friends on the shoulder and remind them to get injected… so that they stay safe and don’t die if they get covid…

              I am thinking of hanging around the supermarket and watching for MOREONS who stuff their trolleys with crisps and chocolate and frozen fried chicken and other garbage and tapping slapping them in the head and saying — hey brother – in the interest of staying safe and not dying … let’s put this sh it back shall we…

              Then I’ll head over the the KFC drive through and as the triple deep fried slop comes through the window snatch it at toss it onto the street — whilst urging them to stay safe and healthy ….

              I even promise to get my injection if they all promise not to eat sh it and clog up the health system with their filthy diseases.

          • Fast Eddy says:

            Buying time????? Buying time for what?

            Oh right for:

            “What I would predict will happen is that the immune response to that … lead to a phenomenon called “immune exhaustion,” Dr. Pepper said.

            Or it this?

            They knew damn well, in other words, that the jabs were not sterilizing but did not want that data up for public debate because then those who have read history would be likely to make the connection to the present day and thus they did their level best to hide it. That has now blown up in their face with it being conclusively known that jabbed people in fact not only get infected but spread the virus to others.

            The problem with non-sterilizing vaccines is simply this: There is no safe means of mass-use of non-sterilizing vaccines so long as transmission within the community does or is likely to exist.


            There are no exceptions.


            You need to redo grade 3 math … nobody was vaxxed and 1000 were in hospital … and now the majority are vaxxed and 8000 are in the hospital… DUH.

            Watch the Joe Rogan interview — they roll out data from the UK NHS that indicates 70% are vaxxed.

            That’s the fact Jack.

            Enjoy the Boosters MOREONS


          • Jarle says:

            “The effectiveness of the vaccine wears off over time, but that is what it is all about, buying time.”

            How do you know if it ever worked?

  39. Fast Eddy says:

    Jeez… this is a bit nasty.. poor mike .. what did he do wrong?

  40. Fast Eddy says:

    Let’s see what norm dunc and mike are up to×1924-meizu.jpg

    Come on guys… stop messing around … get back to hopper filling

  41. JMS says:

    My BS detector is telling me that the scientists at La Quinta Coluna and Dr. Robert Young are the closest to the truth regarding the ongoing and revolutionary pandemic (R). If they are right, we are being electrically bombarded, and poisoned with nano-gizmos, the effects of which our masters attributed to a virus they called sarscov.2. When in fact graphene oxide + 5G are the culprits and will be the agents of our demise, aka The Cull.

    Scanning & Transmission Electron Microscopy Reveals Graphene Oxide in CoV-19 Vaccines

    “Discussion by Dr. Robert Young
    The SARS-CVid-2-19 pandemic induced the pharmaceutical industries to develop new drugs that they called vaccines. The mechanism of action of these new drugs as declared by the pharmaceutical industry coupled with what is reported in the vaccine products’ data sheet is NOT clear for current medical savants to understand that those new drugs produced by Pfizer, Moderna, Astraazeneca, Johnson, are NOT vaccines but nanotechnological drugs working as a genetic therapy. The name “vaccine” is likely to be an escamotage (trickery) used for bureaucratic and technocratic reasons in order to receive an urgent approval, ignoring all the normal rules
    necessary for new drugs, especially for those involving novel nanotechnological mechanisms which have never been developed nor experienced by humans any where, at any time in
    the history of World. …

    The Pfizer, Moderna, Astrazeneca and Janssen drugs are NOT “vaccines” but complexed Graphene Oxide nano particulate aggregates of varying nano elements attached to genetically modified nucleic acids of mRNA from animal or vero cells and aborted human fetal cells as viewed and described above. Once again the ingredients in these so-called vaccines are highly magneticotoxic, cytotoxic and genotoxic to plant, insect, bird, animal and human cell membranes and their genetics which already has lead to serious injuries (estimated at over 500 million) and/or eventual death (estimated at over 35 million).[18][19] through [55]

    The so-called “experts” or “medical savants” are telling you that CoV-2-19 vaccines are the ONLY way to stop the spread of CoV-19 (even when there is NO EVIDENCE of its existence and NO EVIDENCE of it spreading as determined by the scientific method of Koch or Rivers postulates)

    That they’re safe — despite the documented evidence is to the contrary.
    That they’re effective — even though millions of “double-jabbed” people are getting sick, theoretically exposing themselves to … the toxic acid contents of reduced graphene oxide delivered via the genetically modified mRNA to specific targets of the human body, leading to pathological blood coagulation, oxygen deprivation, hypercapnia, hypoxia and then death by suffocation.”

    • Fast Eddy says:

      Still trying understand where all the cheap energy will come from

      • JMS says:

        Agreed. But the thing is that our masters believe in the saving power of technology, that scientific religion.

        • Lidia17 says:

          Back to my old friend who thought his head was going to be resurrected… So smart they are stupid.

        • Azure Kingfisher says:

          Look at Bezos wasting energy with his rockets.
          The people running the show want to at least briefly touch their space and techno-eutopia fantasies before they die, even if that means impoverishing the rest of us in the process.

        • Xabier says:

          How true, JMS.

          Their mantra is ‘100 years of progress in 25 years’.

          Bio-Technology is their Saviour God.

          Civilisation is dying and will be resurrected.

          They just have to sort us out first, so that the lion’s share of energy and resources go to the core industries and research…….

          • JMS says:

            Bio-technology is the latest and most exciting toy of the technocrats. They believe that bio-engineering and synthetic cells will solve, a la Dr. Frankenstein, all their problems, from food to fuel production!

            “Identifying these genes is an important step toward engineering synthetic cells that do useful things. Such cells could act as small factories that produce drugs, foods and fuels; detect disease and produce drugs to treat it while living inside the body; and function as tiny computers”


            • Xabier says:

              We are, JMS, on the verge of falling almost entirely into the hands of an insane clique, perhaps demonically so.

              As an example, look at Cardano’s ‘Hydra’.

              But they will fail, as although they wish to be, they are NOT divine.

              They did not make the heavens and the earth, and they cannot assume dominion over them, much as they would like to.

    • MonkeyBusiness says:

      The rich will not clean their own toilets.

    • Alex says:

      My BS detector is also telling me something. This something is consistent with the good doctor’s Wikipedia record:

      “Young’s website states he attended the University of Utah on a tennis scholarship and studied biology and business in the early 1970s. He did not graduate.[8] He then performed missionary work for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for two years in London. Young, who is not a medical doctor, has received doctorates for naturopathy and nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health (formerly American College of Holistic Nutrition), a defunct correspondence school which was not accredited by any agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.[9][10][1] The prosecution at his 2016 trial said his doctorate was purchased from a “diploma mill”,[11] and it was pointed out that he had gone from a bachelor’s to a doctor’s degree in eight months.[8]”

      • Tim Groves says:

        The good doctor could well be a quack and a fraud and even a felon and at the same time be correct about the Covid-19 vaccines not being real vaccines as well as about his contention that he has been a victim of harassment. But it is good to know something about the background of people who provide opinions supposedly based on professional knowledge. So thanks for pointing that out.

      • Alex…you must resist the temptation to lift large flat stones like that.

        especially when hoaxers and conspiracists are standing on them

        they get very unbalanced, especially when they are confronted by what’s underneath

      • JMS says:

        The ad hominem argument is the eternal weapon of childish and lazy minds. Dr. Young’s opinion on the pseudo-vaccines is based on Dr. Jose Luis Sevillano’s investigation of the content of their vials. Now go find an ad hominem for Sevillano too, if it makes you feel any better. Maybe you’ll find out that he beats his children and therefore cannot be a good scientist. Gosh.

        • Alex says:

          I would argue that it is the “childish and lazy minds” who believe any sensationalist collage found on the internet, especially if it comes from an archetypal snake oil salesman.

          As for Dr. Jose Luis Sevillano he claims, among many other things, that covid vaccines are 99% graphene oxide. I may be wrong, but would expect that someone else would have noticed if the fluid in vaccines was black or brown.

          • JMS says:

            I find it baffling that a reader of OFW can be so naive as to believe that an article from a recognized disinformation center like wikipedia can be validly used to disprove anything.
            As for Dr. Sevillano’s claims about graphene in injections, maybe this interview will help you to understand it better:

            “Well. The first thing is to specify that when we refer to percentages of this magnitude (ninety-nine and a bit percent, etc.), this refers to the absorption signal that it has when analyzed by spectroscopy. In other words, not all of the vial is just graphene, but when you purify the content to look for graphene you realize that the signals that are received from what you are analyzing in the ninety-nine percent, what you are receiving is a signal that comes from the graphene. About ninety-something percent. … Graphene is an exotic material whose properties are not yet well understood although it has been under study and development for 14? No. 17 years of study and development of its applications. And this material has a very interesting peculiarity. And that is that by the effect of heat, it becomes magnetic without being magnetic before. That’s why we suspect that when in the vial, it’s not magnetic and that, inside the body, it becomes magnetic….What happens is that this material has a particularity, and that is that it’s capable of absorbing energy. That energy comes from electromagnetic waves. Its capabilities correspond to a wide range of that electromagnetic spectrum that’s also included in the 5G bandwidth. ”


  42. Fast Eddy says:

    Who’s conducting the orchestra….

    Go Fund Me Takes Down Fundraising Campaign for Litigation Over Vaccine Mandate

  43. Fast Eddy says:

    Even that $25k Russian hooker?

    Wow – a 25k hooker… betcha that isn’t built to haul a plough!

    • A person might think some of this would get out to the Main Street Media.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        If it was trumpty dumpty it would be front page

        I’ve seen those photos of Hunter with the Hookers… he is one depraved scumbag… but at least he pays to play whereas daddy is a predator who goes after young girls… remember the photo of him touching up Psaki… and then she got that fantastic job when she grew up!

      • Lidia17 says:

        A lot of unsavory information came out in the NY Post at the time of Giuliani’s publicizing a portion of the laptop info. that’d been shared with him. NYP is in theory MSM, but the forces protecting the Biden Crime Family are clearly more powerful than those aligned against them (if it’s not all a show.. because how much more cartoonishly-evil can these people be?).

        As with Covid, (see the Pandemic Podcast interview with Dr. Desmet), we are talking about a populace which is almost entirely hypnotized and possibly impervious to even the most serious kinds of physical and psychological pain. Joe grabs and sniffs those little kids and keeps doing so. Hunter rapes his teenage niece and seems to have pre-pubescent Asian girls in his possession. Hunter’s “art gallery” (2 employees) seems to have gotten $500k in “covid” funding.

        Who is stopping these people?
        Who is *interested in* stopping these people?

        • Fast Eddy says:

          One can only imagine what Hunter is up to now that daddy is in such an exalted position … the opportunities for depravity and corruption are epic

        • Tim Groves says:

          At this point in time, I am waiting for a Clint Eastwood-like figure to show up in the saloon and blow the mothers away.

        • Xabier says:

          Awful, Lidia.

          Calls to mind the crimes of Beria,Stalin’s chum and serial rapist/murderer.

          Once the Totalitarian system is fully in place, they will clearly exceed any limits, such as they are……

  44. Rodster says:

    James Kunstler interviews Doug Casey as they discuss the orchestrated attempt to collapse western civilization.

    • Tim Groves says:

      This business will get out of control.

    • Tim Groves says:

      I just finished listening to this. They start off talking about how the West is being destroyed by the CCP, Big Tech and the people running Biden, and how depopulation is a possible motive for the vax. Then in the second half they talk about investing in gold and silver, which is a bit of a leap until you remember one of Kunstler’s sponsors is dealing in precious metals.

      Anyway, it seems it’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good, and Casey reckons savvy investors can make a killing out of the impending destruction of America, which he intends to watch on a big screen at his farm in Uruguay.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Thanks for the summary….I was going to watch that today but instead I will spend time filing my teeth to a point to prepare for Halloween.

  45. Fast Eddy says:

    Physician to FDA, CDC: In 20 Years of Practicing Medicine, ‘I’ve Never Witnessed So Many Vaccine-Related Injuries’

    Dr. Patricia Lee, a licensed physician in California, said her experience with patients harmed by the COVID vaccine “does not comport with claims made by federal health authorities regarding the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.”


    • MM says:

      Dear FE:
      Even if there was zero injury from the vaxx I would never take it, because nobody has any right about my body besides my own house manager being nobody.
      Injury here, Injury there. Well, life is dangerous and I enjoy it!

      Putting the focus on injury, CEP or whatever clearly deciphers as gatekeeping.

      Nobody ever decides for me.
      In them olden days I allowed somebody else to decide for me quoted as representative democracy but these days are gone.
      These people are still there but they are void of function.

      “We the people” have decided to just quit the job.

      Just let them eat the f*ing toilet cleaning!

      • Fast Eddy says:

        However… if you survive then they may designate you a toilet cleaner…. that would suck.

        I won’t take it either … under any circumstances…

        • MM says:

          Binary decision is a matrix game.
          The world is NOT binary.
          My life is NOT a decision between life and death.
          Actually :If I die? well, that was the pupose of my life anyways, to die! So I just comply to the rules or obey the orders, no?

          the world is based on relations as the german physicist
          “Hans Peter Dürr”
          explained. He worked with E.Teller. He knew “the belly of the beast” but he did not lose the path.
          Unfortunately youtube is scrubbing his vids and there is little in english.

          Quantum Mechanics was a gift that put us back in the driving seat of reality.
          Unfortunately some people made a “symbolic item exchange” out of it, very sad,

          • Fast Eddy says:

            I think your purpose was to bang as many chicks as possible and leave behind some of your DNA in the process…

            • Lidia17 says:

              I know.. it’s funny how people talk (in the covi context) about what happens to oldsters as having some kind of evolutionary impact. It really doesn’t, unless oldsters are made use of in the society, to teach the grand-kids and take some of the day-to-day burden off of the procreative generation.

    • Rodster says:

      Sure and those types of honest doctors are silenced.

      • Fast Eddy says:

        Can I ask a favour of everyone who visits the HU site … you can either donate to the private jet fund (I wonder if it will be possible to jet out of NZ on a Bombardier once Air NZ rolls out the vax requirements)….

        Or drop a random 5 emails into that hopper…. just go to your contacts and randomly copy and paste … they will never know you did it … it’s like taking a sh it on their doorstep in the middle of the night and disappearing into the night…..

        Please suh … can I have some more … emails.

        • Lidia17 says:

          Eddy, could you use a tiny bit of your boundless energy to explain to lazy dunces like me how Headupster works? When I look at your links I see that I can respond with an anonymous or pseudonymous (or real-name) reply. I don’t see the anonymous propagation functionality, though. I don’t see the “hopper”. TIA.

          • Fast Eddy says:

            According to the person who made this thing… you have two options:

            1. At the top of the page you can send a message to a CovIDIOT – you just type in the message insert their email and fire away. You don’t register so there is no way for them to know who it came from

            2. Down below you have the option to insert an email to ‘subscribe’ to new posts/replies… again no registration no way to know who subscribed the CovIDIOT… of course CovIDIOTS are very MOREONIC so they will never work out why they are getting alerts from this site.

            The hopper is the widget on the bottom right side of the page (at least when I look at it on desktop)

            • Xabier says:

              Careful, FE: you may be assisting dom….tic t…rr…ism of the most savage and democracy/science -hating kind!

            • Fast Eddy says:

              There is an unsubscribe option on that site … and those pesky spammers in Nigeria keep putting people’s email addresses into the hopper… bas-tards!!!

  46. MM says:

    The post by A.Turiel was mentioned earlier, but you really should take a look at the coal traffic from mongolia to china here:

    This is subsidies for bad economics in plain sight.

    • MM says:

      I see my german truck manufacturing friends but no chinese truck manufacturing friends even if I would welcome them. Warm heartedly.

    • Wow! That is quite a traffic jam. And Mongolia is a long way from China major centers needing coal. It takes a lot of fuel of some kind for the trucks to transport the coal to China.

      This story is from November 2017, so it doesn’t tell us much about what is happening today. Mongolia’s coal production rose in 2018 and 2019, but fell down below the level of 2017 in 2020. All of Mongolia’s coal exports go to China, according to BP exhibits.

      • MM says:

        You are quite right Gail, the date matters. Thank you for spotting it but I assume it is not much better now.
        The main issue here is
        “We do not know what really is going on in the world right now”

        Goes back to your saying that the BP energy oulook does not match with import/eport Data and so on.

        Looks, like a nice topic for the next post, eh?
        Could impress even the hard economic folks when

        “the balance sheet is not right”

        and attract new readers (and new commenters…)

        • MM says:

          Is there a lack of port capacity?
          Is there a lack of drivers?
          Is there a lack of ICU Beds ?
          Is there a lack of gas?
          Is there a lack of pipelines?
          Is there a lack of renewables?
          Is there a lack of wind?
          Is there a lack of chips?
          Is there a lack of fertilizer?
          Is there a lack of container ships?
          Is there a lack of mining capacity?
          Is there a lack of firefighters?
          Is there a lack of water in our dams?
          Is there a lack of employees?
          Is there a lack of education?
          Is there a lack of science?
          Is there a lack of opinions?
          Is there a lack of data?
          Is there a lack of early treatments for C9/11?
          Is there a lack of nuclear power?
          Is there a lack of censoring?
          Is there a lack of regulations?
          Is there a lack of fishing grounds?
          Is there a lack of money?
          Is there a lack of profits?
          Is there a lack of managers?

          Definitively there there is no lack of lacks!

          • Lidia17 says:

            Does anyone have a good real answer for the port backlogs (short video of Galveston at link)?


            • MM says:

              Is there any flight radar recording for the time and date when MH-17 was shot down in Ukraine?

              Is there any mobile bio-weapon-laboratory data, for why we invaded Irak in 2003 besides a plastic bag held up by colin powell in the UN security meeting (how did he pass the security screening gates with this btw.)

              We simply have to accept that there exists no data besides a witness on the ground and the MSM can always downpplay a “single” news thread.
              On the other hand, they can up-play a mobile pic or mov from the grounds if they please.

              The question is:
              I do not have the mobile number to phione my ground experience (Bergamo, Wuhan) to the MSM.
              Even if I look at their websites, there is no such address to be found.

              There is no path of evidence.

              We are lost.


              besides we build up a new “network”


              check out the old movie “network” it is quite fun.

            • Lidia17 says:

              MM, what do you think about all of the map-based trackers for ships and aircraft? Hoax-able, thus hoaxed?

              I’m not being contentious, just curious, because it certainly is possible. Videos of lots of ships are more credible, if there’s evidence that these queues are beyond the norm.

            • Minority of One says:

              This interview between Stew Peters and a dock worker from Los Angeles is quite interesting.

              WHISTLEBLOWER: LA Port Worker Says Shortages are FAKE!

          • Jimothy says:

            There does seem to be a dearth in answers and information. I find that information coverage has been very spotty for a while now. I put it down to incompetence, and perhaps a desire to prevent panic.

            Very few people in my life are following the outages in China and India, for example, and details of the blackouts and power rationing are mostly hard to come by. There just seem to be more and more supply chain and energy woes, but people who consider themselves well informed look at me like a deer in the headlights when I mention these outages or Europe’s energy crisis

            • Xabier says:

              People are clueless.

              Spending time with friends with young families, most of their spare attention after work focuses on getting the children to eat their dinners and wash, etc.

              Only bachelors gay, like yours truly, without imps jumping around the house, have the time to keep up with things.

              They are all the happier for all that.

            • Jimothy says:

              Fair. It’ll be a nasty shock when they find out, though

        • Fast Eddy says:

          As with covid deaths infections hospitalizations … it is impossible to know what the true energy numbers are … what we have been fed is mostly BS…

          I like the Oily Stuff guy … he’s boots on the ground …

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