1. ian says:

    according to Deagel, Japan’s survival rate by 2025, is 81%. US 31%. UK 23%. Go figure.

  2. RKae says:

    “You’re gonna need our failed cure every 6 months.” Hmm… Seems like the brilliant concept of planned obsolescence has moved into the world of medicine.

    Your vaccine is now as cleverly manufactured as your printer cartridge.

  3. Tapestry says:

    Japanese population was falling before COVID due to very low birth rate. The culture is all about detail, and they can see the details don’t stack up, and they want out. The US/UK seem to be lost in a world of property prices and financial considerations, movies and media. Never mind about details – such as vaccines kill you, or inflation is eating you up.

    • ian says:

      Japanese culture has always fascinated me. I have never been to Japan, but would love to go. As you say, detail matters to them, many of their buildings are just intricately built without the use of fasteners or nails. I’m not sure how welcome British people are.

  4. David 2 says:

    All isms require a bureaucracy and that includes legalism. Legalising corporations introduced corporatism and with monetarism they have the legal and financial means to buy up all the assets of the world in exchange for pieces of paper.

    Corporate technology and control of the issue of paper money has now brought the world to the brink of extermination of Homo sapiens.

    Humanity have to wake up to this fact.

    Everything injustice we see, hear and write about can be traced back to those who control the money.

    The only time Christ lost his temper was with the money changers.

    They had him nailed to a cross!

    I have written before that the word compassion is not used as a caring human emotion in the Old Testament. It is always about Gods compassion for the suffering for the descendants of Israel.

    There was one exception and that was outside the Judaic system. The daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh found the baby Moses in a basket and had compassion on him, saying this is one of the Hebrew children.

    The Old Testament is the foundation for the Judaic, Christian and Muslim religions.