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De-civilisation of USA as 7500 citizens die or are disabled every day due to Covid vaxx

How viable is ANZUS treaty which keeps China at bay ? USA soon unable to protect its own shores, workforce decimated

By Mike Adams

Ed Dowd, author of Cause Unknown (available at BrighteonBooks.com and other book resellers) joined me for an interview last night to share updated — and slightly horrifying — numbers about post-vaccine excess fatalities and excess disability claims.

The short version of that conversation is that each day in America, there are about 2,500 excess deaths and 5,000 excess disability victims due to covid-19 vaccines. This means, on average, about 7,500 Americans are removed from the potential labor pool each day. Granted, not all 7,500 are currently working, but most of them theoretically could contribute to the work force if they chose to.

Our conversation goes way beyond the mere numbers, however. We look at the macroeconomic implications of this daily removal of 7,500 people from the potential labor pool and what it means for America’s economy and military security, among other things. To hear the full conversation, listen to the interview below.

The de-civilization of the USA

One of the more startling realizations in all this is that the United States of America is suffering the early stages of a “decivilization” event, not merely a temporary bump in the road. That term refers to the dismantling of the critical, complex pillars of a modern advanced civilization, rendering it unable to function.

The level of rank incompetence that Southwest Airlines demonstrates here is also widely demonstrated by banks, government offices, utility companies and many other service providers. But many people miss the reasons behind it all. One of the primary reasons is that the covid vaccine is removing competent, experienced people from the work force by killing or injuring them.

The sudden collapse of Southwest Airlines’ flight schedule now being witnessed across the country is an excellent example of this. Here’s an airline company that can hardly fly planes because it can’t schedule its own crew members to show up. Reportedly, Southwest Airlines failed to invest in its IT systems and after “years of neglect,” the crew scheduling systems have cratered. Now the airline has cancelled more than 10,000 flights and may not survive much longer as a viable business entity.

In fact, as Ed Dowd reveals, the vaccine did the most damage among those who are employed. 2021 was a very dangerous year to have a job, it turns out, as the Biden regime forced employers across the country to mandate vaccines for all their workers. Many workers complied with the jab mandates and have since died or become disabled as a result. The fact that 7,500 additional Americans are suffering this fate every day points to not merely an economic recession or depression, but a decivilization outcome that risks ending western civilization as we know it, forcing the vaccine survivors into an existence they hardly recognize.

The “glacial Mad Max”

Ed Dowd calls this the “glacial Mad Max” scenario: It’s going to get very bad but not all at once. The slow, steady erosion of the pillars of civilization will become increasingly apparent over time as another 2.7 million people are killed or disabled by the vaccines each year. And that’s based on current rates of mortality and disability… rates that may become significantly worse among those who continue to take the mRNA jabs that obliterate their immune systems and caused their bodies to generate mysterious fibrous clots (which are not simply blood clots, by the way).

“Globalization is over,” Dowd declares in the interview (below). And that means the era of cheap, easy stuff is also coming to an end. The world we once knew, where we could visit a local Walmart or Target store and pick up foreign-made goods on the cheap, is over. From here, things are going to become a lot more expensive and less available. Rather than a global expansion into long, complex supply chains and economies of scale, we are living through the early stages of a global contraction and the collapse of globalism itself. The world is about to become a lot more local, with all the global supply chain efficiencies vanishing in short order.

And this is colliding with the fact that the U.S. work culture is practically non-existent among younger Americans. They have grown up never expecting to actually produce anything. They are consumers, after all, not factory workers or creators of anything real (your favorite celebrity NFT or crypto coin doesn’t count). Thus, at a time when globalization is collapsing and when Americans are going to have to grow, manufacture and process things at the local level, there’s hardly any local work knowledge remaining that could accomplish such a transition.

Those who know how to do anything — the working class of America — are being systematically annihilated by the jabs, leaving behind the non-working welfare class who possess no practical skills and believe they are deserving of never-ending universal basic income subsidies so they can continue to be consumers. Their world is about to come to a frustrating end, and America as a whole is going to witness the ravages of the reversal of the globalization miracle that made goods affordable, readily available and easily replaced.

Why the Pentagon can’t fight a war with Russia

Part of the definition of a nation is the ability to project power for the purposes of both defending your own shores and also extracting resources from other nations (via trade, coercion, or otherwise). This has been accomplished throughout history under various empires such as the British Empire, and the U.S. empire mastered the art of global resources extraction with its 1944 Bretton Woods agreement and the positioning of the dollar as the world reserve currency.

But to project power, a nation must maintain a degree of domestic industrialization so that it can manufacture munitions and weapons of war. This requires a long, complex supply chain of steel, polymers, oil, rubber, electronics and the like. More importantly, it requires a skilled and willing labor force that’s able to work in munitions factories.

No such work force currently exists among American culture. Soy boys don’t build bombs, and woke idiots can’t run lathes.

In the USA, the productive labor force is being decimated by the jab. The culture wars have also sapped any last shred of work ethic out of the youth, rendering a generation of virtue signaling snowflakes who are incapable of using their hands to do anything other than play video games and masturbate (possibly at the same time for the truly inspired).

As a result, there’s nobody left in America to run the war factories.

That is, until you consider the illegals who are crossing over the open borders by the millions. My contention is that the DoD plans to recruit illegals to run the munitions factories, because otherwise the United States has near-zero ability to run the industrial manufacturing necessary to sustain any real war effort with Russia or China.

After killing Americans with the bioweapon, the Pentagon will recruit illegals to man the munitions factories

After having sent the vast majority of its supply of artillery shells, drones, anti-tank systems and now even artillery pieces to Ukraine, the United States of America has very little left to defend itself against an invasion force from an enemy nation like China. Granted, the Pacific Ocean is a large moat, but given advances in the scale and efficiency of maritime transportation, it’s no longer the formidable chasm it was in World War II. China has the capability to sail hundreds of millions of tons of military equipment to invasion forces that might assault the West Coast of America, and China has the blackmail to force Joe Biden to order America to stand down its own military as such an invasion takes place. P 2/

Clive’s $100 million man

Victoria has delivered Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party its only seat in federal parliament, after UAP candidate Ralph Babet snared the final Victorian Senate seat almost a month after the election.

Victoria’s latest senator Ralph Babet (R) of the United Australia Party, with Craig Kelly Party President, is now a one hundred million dollar man thanks to party leader Clive Palmer. He was the only UAP member elected to Parliament. It defies belief that such a sum could be spent in advertising to return just one member.

The Australian Electoral Commission yesterday confirmed the final results for the six Senate vacancies in Victoria, after the distribution of preferences.

Mr Babet claimed the final spot ahead of candidates for the Legalise Cannabis Australia party and Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.

The result also means Liberal candidate Greg Mirabella — husband of former federal minister Sophie Mirabella — misses out on a Senate seat.

The six elected senators for Victoria have now been confirmed as the Liberal Party’s Sarah Henderson, Linda White and Jana Stewart from Labor, the Nationals’ Bridget McKenzie, Lidia Thorpe from the Greens, and Mr Babet.

Cairns freedom rally picture gallery from today

Nearly 1500 fed up Cairns residents turned up today for a rally along the Esplanade finishing in the CBD with election candidates speaking from a podium.

There are 11 candidates contesting the seat of Leichardt held by Liberal Warren Entsch, the architect of gay marriage laws.

Entsch naturally did not attend or did the Labor candidate Elida Faith. No doubt they could have held fears for their safety had they shown up.

The protest was well organised and there were no arrests for unruly behaviour. Police stopped traffic while protesters converged onto the mall area for short speeches from candidates.

All called for the demise of LNP, ALP and Greens describing them as traitors to the people for selling the country out and their police-state Covid responses.

Bob Katter said he would be investigating the prospects of prosecuting Queensland Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for killing off small business and enforcing vaccine mandates.

Every candidate spoke extremely well and it should be comforting that Cairns residents have so many capable independents to choose from on the ballot paper.

It was indeed refreshing to hear from KAP, UAP, One Nation, Informed Medical Options Party, Australian Federation Party and Fusion Party.

Geena Court, One Nation

Silvia Mogorovich, Informed Medical Options Party

A lineup of arguably the best group of independents ever seen in Leichardt electorate. Bob Katter is re-contesting his adjoining seat of Kennedy

Rod Jensen, Katters Australian Party candidate

A Labor, Greens duopoly will stop all animal production, sports and make you eat insects

Letter to the Editor

They’re coming for our farm animals, horses & pets, dogs, cats, all pets under the guise of animal-related sport.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10496783/Huge-fines-Australians-dont-walk-dogs.html

This is an attempt to move all animals above human lives. Think about it. Is it right that they put chickens above the lives of the farmers that own the chickens?

The government’s duty is to protect the life, liberty, pursuit of happiness and “the property” of each person against any advances, infringements and restrictions that another person and/or group may attempt to impose on the individual. And that is where we run into the communist policies of the United Nations Agenda 21.

UN Agenda 21. A non-governmental organization called the International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives, ICLEI control Local Government, Local Councils & is tasked with carrying out the goals of Agenda 21 worldwide.

Agenda 21 and Animal “Rights” are however, political agendas that affect your family, your health, your job, your dogs, and how you perceive the world.

Maurice Strong advocates using Non-Government Organizations like the HSUS to institute the policies of UN Agenda 21 in every country worldwide.

Now you are seeing the connection between the push for “animal rights” and the umbrella organization of the HSUS which is the Humane Society International (HSI), one of 983 Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s) created to push the policies and ideology of UN Agenda 21. The HSUS’s role is to demonize and vilify America’s farmers, ranchers (and breeders of companion animal species) and to institute the policies of UN Agenda 21 in America. The Global plan is well under way. Count the initiatives; to attack our animal agriculture industries, drive up the cost of animal production, criminalize our animal agriculture industries

Cartright observes PZP is owned by the HSUS. PZP contraceptive research {Ref #3}. To stop the BLM from castrating horses instead of using PZP owned by HSUS, wild horse activists are suing the United States’ government over its plans to castrate hundreds of horses in eastern Nevada, hoping to block the implementation of a precedent-setting plan to regulate wild-horse populations.

I think you will agree that your neighbor, the HSUS, the local police or animal control people have no authority to deprive you of your God-given dominion over the animals, fish or fowl that you own.

https://www.thedogpress.com/Columns/Animal-Rights-Agenda-21_Cozad-142.asp

https://www.thedogpress.com/DogSense/Agenda21-animal-rights-123.asp

Google Scholar has many articles on animal rights. Disturbing.

https://www.thedogpress.com/Columns/Animal-Rights-Agenda-21_Cozad-142.asp

from Gaber 2

NSW

LNP’s digital surveillance to be implemented after federal election

“They don’t even bother to dance around what they are doing anymore. “Digital surveillance is now under the skin…” Yuval Noah Harari is an adviser to Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum which has used Covid to implement the great reset which includes 5G under the skin tracking.”

Video link to download:” https://rumble.com/v11h3r1-emboldened-by-their-covid-success-they-are-admitting-everything-to-your-fac.html?mref=qnz9d&mc=6f8oi

Alinta says court wind farm ruling will have ‘dramatic’ and chilling effect on renewable energy investment

from ABC

Alinta says ‘there are not enough sites’ for the number of wind farms needed to meet Australia’s goals.(Supplied: APA)

One of Australia’s biggest renewable energy investors says a court’s decision to uphold complaints against a Victorian wind farm could have “dramatic” and chilling effects on the country’s transition away from fossil fuels.  

Alinta boss Jeff Dimery, whose company is one of Australia’s biggest private energy providers, said the ruling by Victoria’s Supreme Court would be a “shock” to companies planning to invest billions of dollars in new wind farms.

In its decision, the court backed claims brought against the 106MW Bald Hills wind farm in the south east of the state by neighbours who argued they were unable to sleep because of noise from the project.

Justice Melinda Richards ordered the project’s operators to switch off parts of the wind farm at night until the noise levels could be reduced to an acceptable level.

She also told the operators to pay aggrieved neighbours more than a quarter of a million dollars in costs and damages.

Mr Dimery said the decision would send “ripples” of doubt through the renewable energy industry across the country given the potential precedent it sets for other wind farms.

He said the longer-term implications were potentially significant, noting the ruling could scare away developers by making wind farms harder to build and less financially attractive. 

“It’s a disaster,” Mr Dimery said.

“This is a pretty dramatic outcome, I have to say.

“This court decision certainly changes the risk appetite for investors.

“I think there’ll be some fairly serious ramifications off the back of this.”

Net-zero goals ‘just got harder’

According to Mr Dimery, Australia was already facing a difficult tasking in building the amount of renewable energy needed to meet the country’s plans to become carbon neutral by 2050.

He said the Bald Hills decision was likely to make the job even harder and highlighted the need for governments and energy providers to ensure they get affected communities onside.

“You can set targets and say they’re achievable from an academic or technical point of view,” he said.

“But then we all live in the real world.

“In the real world for instance, a couple of weeks back there were a whole lot of tractors parked up in Spring Street in Melbourne in front of Parliament House, with farmers protesting about transmission lines being built in the west of Victoria to facilitate renewable energy zones.

A close-up of a stern-looking man wearing a suit.
Alinta chief executive Jeff Dimery says the court ruling will have major ramifications.(AAP: Darren England)

“We ourselves had a couple onshore wind projects on the east coast of Australia that were commercially feasible but unfortunately didn’t have community support to advance.

“And so we spent millions of dollars developing those projects and we had to walk away from them.

“What this Bald Hills decision highlights to me is the difficulty of the actual transition that we’re undertaking to reduce carbon emission from the stationary energy sector in Australia.”

Costs, bills inevitably to rise

For Mr Dimery, the ruling also underscored the cost pressures that would emerge as Australia accelerated its push away from coal- and gas-fired power plants towards renewable energy.

He said although wind and solar farms provided cheap electricity while they were producing, they were available less often than conventional plants.

On top of this, he said major and expensive upgrades to the national grid would be required to handle the extra renewable energy needed to meet Australia’s emissions targets.

Noting “there are not enough sites on land on the east coast to replace coal-fired generation” with wind farms, Mr Dimery said offshore wind projects were one of the only viable replacement options.

However, he said offshore wind farms were typically three times more expensive than onshore projects and this would eventually filter through to energy bills.

“I think the magnitude of what needs to be achieved has absolutely been underestimated,” he said.

“The narrative around what can be done and how it can be done, in my opinion, is being oversimplified to the community.

“There’s a misconception that bringing more and more renewable energy into the market will reduce power prices over time.”

Infrastructure Capital Group, which owns Bald Hills, said it was “absorbing the judgement and its implications”.

Nicholas Aberle from the Clean Energy Council said the industry took turbine noise “very seriously”.

Dr Aberle also noted that a new set of laws and guidelines had been developed to regulate wind farm noise following consultation with the Victorian government.

“This case shows the importance of wind farms being proactive in dealing with noise complaints,” Dr Aberle said.

Source Link: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-03-25/chill-winds-for-renewable-sector/100940308?utm_source=sfmc%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B&utm_medium=email%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B&utm_campaign=abc_rural_roundup_sfmc_20220401%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B&utm_term=%E2%80%8B&utm_id=1840227%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B&sfmc_id=236499429

Editor: This is great news for Australians who will soon be suffering alternative power blackouts and for industry which needs a reliable coal fired power source. And a bonus of exposing the carbon dixoide scam.

Climate lockdowns to be the new norm now the Covid scam has tanked

by Lindsey Symonds

And here in Briz – at the juicy end of the Big Pineapple we have had our first climate lockdown – school’s out last week when a few clouds appear in the sky. This is the new forecast: cloudy with a chance of climate change and lockdown. I can hear the weather widget now.

They have to have a state of emergency now that the Whole Schlomo of the CoVID narrative has tanked. They have to keep their operation on life support. All the triple vaxxed liberals and cultural Marxists are back into the bistros with no mask sipping their soy lattes. So now it is time to get the sheeple terrified of climate change. Pathetic Polar bears floating on icebergs isn’t going to cut it. Now they have to get out the flood machine and flood em out. Looks like poor old Northern Rivers NSW got the worst of it. My tradies working up here on Tuesday told me the news from their surf club Coolie – a live cow came ashore at D Bar. Can you imagine. The Tweed with all the dead livestock floating down and the bull sharks swarming the carcasses. This cow just swims the flood and makes it to the surf.

Fellow Australians. Never to doubt it – we can flip our politutes, stand down these corporate agents of the UN and the High Cabal, reclaim our nation and set the good ship Australia on its foundations in law and government. It can be done.

Welfare recipients will have to get jab after election or be denied benefits

from a social media site

Cairnsnews suggests you contact your federal member of parliament immediately by phone and ask if this is the intention of the duopoly. Then vote the bastards out before they kill your kids.

Brisbane rally at parliament house March 15

Rally at parliament house, 7am on March 15, then March 17 at 9pm

Canberra cops deploy real weapons of mass destruction against protesters at Saturday rally

ALP and Greens will crucify stable Queensland power supplies with useless foreign-owned wind farms surviving only on government grants

from Senator Malcolm Roberts and Cairns News

When the wind doesn’t blow the power doesn’t flow

The relentless march toward the insane renewable targets around the country is blinding many of us to the full cost of unreliable (renewable) energy.

Increasingly we are being told how “cheap” renewable energy is becoming, how many jobs they will create and that renewables are environmentally friendly.

Mt Emerald Windfarm on the Atherton Tablelands came online in late 2018 but locals say much of the time the turbines are turned off.
Pic (Steven Nowakowski)

These are the consistent claims of Labor and Greens. The statements are wildly inaccurate, and they mislead the Australian public.

Take for example the proposed Chalumbin wind plant, 10km south of Ravenshoe in Far North Queensland. On completion this will be the largest wind plant in Australia boasting 94 wind turbines.

The original developer of the Chalumbin project, Epuron is a German group which in December sold its holding company to Korean entity Ark Energy.

Commenting on the transaction, Yun B. Choi, Chairman of Ark Energy and Vice Chairman of Korea Zinc said this friendly acquisition allows us to accelerate Korea Zinc Group’s energy transition and contributes to Ark Energy’s long-term ambition to develop a new green energy export corridor from Australia to South Korea.

Installation requires 31,500ha (77,805 acres) of virgin land of which 1,250ha will be cleared. Individual blades are the length of a football field and the turbine height is 160m and infrastructure includes 146km of roads up to 70m wide.

Close to the Koombooloomba and Tully Falls National Parks and the Tully Falls hydro power plant, this wind plant will have a huge negative impact on the local ecology, wildlife and farming.

On one hand the Greens want to demolish sustainable hardwood industries because of the impact on the environment, yet find it acceptable to demolish primary remnant vegetation for a wind plant.

The cost of producing unreliable (renewable) energies are never fully transparent. The inconvenient truth is that additional infrastructure costs, for example transmission lines, are left out of the full cost. The other major factor on which the Greens remain silent is the size of government subsidies.

Each of the 94 wind turbines in the Chalumbin wind plant receives a $500,000 / year subsidy; that is your taxpayer money used to produce this “cheap power”. And with a maximum of just 30 ongoing jobs, up to 10 that will be highly specialised, the prospect of significant local employment looks bleak, while higher electricity costs will kill agricultural and manufacturing jobs.

Another recently constructed wind farm covering 6000 acres adorns the Atherton Tablelands landscape at Walkamin just 50 klms north of Chalumbin. It came on line two years ago much to the objection of farmers and the general public.

Cairnsnews is reliably informed by contributors who travel past the 53 Mount Emerald monoliths on a daily basis that 80 per cent of the time these generators are turned off. Their blades are locked because the grid is over-supplied.

Yet under the terms of their contract to the Queensland Government, the owners, Ratch Australia get paid a guaranteed amount per kilowatt regardless if the turbines are turning or not.

RATCH-Australia is owned by the Singaporean-based RH International (Singapore) Corporation Pte Limited of which the Thailand-based Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Public Company Limited is the ultimate parent.
Cairnsnews is unaware of any wind farms which are Australian owned.

https://mailchi.mp/0fedc99c7df7/cheap-renewables-a-lie?e=0f85f656c7

Bob Katter warns Queensland is a police state

Joel Jammal journalist interviews MP Bob Katter, meets protesters and slams mandatory jab

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