"The Shepherd drives the wolf from the sheep's throat, for which the sheep thanks the shephard as a liberator, while the wolf denounces him for the same act as a destroyer of liberty. Plainly, the sheep and the wolf are not agreed upon a definition of liberty." —Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)


Despite all of our rage, we are all still just rats in a cage


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John Nixon says interviews with ex-Iraqi dictator ‘turned assumptions upside down,‘ claims Bush heard ‘only what he wanted to hear‘



This quote is from the book Next by Michael Crichton.

"The ultimate lesson is that science isn't special - at least, not anymore. Maybe back when Einstein talked to Niels Bohr, and there were only a few dozen important workers in every field. But there are now three million researchers in America. It is no longer a calling, it's a career. Science is as corruptible a human activity as any other. Its practitioners aren't saints, they're human beings, and they do what human beings do - lie, cheat, steal from one another, sue, hide data, fake data, overstate their own importance, and denigrate opposing views unfairly. That's human nature. It isn't going to change."


I find it odd that Richard Rothschild filed for a patent in 2015 for transmitting biometric data.

This link is from the NIH:

The "debunking," websites like to point out that no mention of Covid-19 was until 2020, such as this debunking claim:

However, how does that debunk anything?

I am not claiming anything here, just saying it is interesting that in 2015, a Rothschild filed for a patent that would later be used heavily during the Covid-19 "pandemic," and a Covid-19 patent that currently exists is in the same family of related patents.

At the very least, that is a very odd coincidence.

The false claim that a testing method for COVID-19 was patented by Richard Rothschild in 2015 and 2017 has been shared online. The patent for a system that analyses biometric data to determine whether the user is suffering from COVID-19 was not applied for until May 17,...