Terrain Theory is a Psyop


Page 9 here: http://mileswmathis.com/terrain.pdf

“This psyop is nefarious for another reason: many reading this paper will think I am defending
mainstream medicine here, which is of course the opposite of my intent. As usual, this Terrain psyop
creates a dialectic where the truth is on neither side. Some have said both germ theory and Terrain
theory are right, since germ theory admits the health of the host is very important. The terrain after all
is the IMMUNE SYSTEM. A stronger host will have a stronger immune system, which may be able to
fight off any germ with little sign or symptom. [Which is of course what made the Covid β€œscience” so
perverse: it is based on vaccines, which were invented to confer immunity by calling up a response
from the host’s immune system. But in this current fiasco, we were told immune responses were
inadequate or inferior: we needed this new faux-vaccine, which they sold almost as some sort of
antibiotic or magic bullet, capable of wiping out a disease on its own. A vaccine that was better than an
immune response. Totally illogical, since a vaccine calls up an immune response. Or used to, when
vaccines were actually immunizations instead of deadly gene therapies.] But instead of being politic
and claiming both are right, I think it would be more accurate to say both are wrong. Terrain theory is
wrong because it was created to be wrong. It is the manufactured false opposition. But germ theory,
though roughly correct, has been captured by the capitalists and corrupted to sell fake vaccines.
Because germ theory is very young, being only about 150 years old in its current form, we would
expect it to be incomplete. But this fledging status isn’t its current greatest problem. The problem is
that medicine, like everything else, has been infiltrated and monetized out of all recognition of its
original form. So arguing about history or science is actually misdirection here. This isn’t a matter of
history or science, it is a matter or economics or ethics. We now know that Pfizer bought out a
majority of the world, including most American institutions: the medical profession, the universities,
the government, and the media. In doing that they ignored all standing science in all fields, just making
it up to suit themselves. As in art, everything previously known was thrown out the window and the
field was reinvented overnight by salesmen and promoters. So arguing about germ theory is bootless.
None of this mRNA stuff is even based on germ theory. It is based on making you sick and killing you
via jacking with your genes. Which is exactly why they have framed the argument as if it is about
germ theory. They want you out in the bushes arguing about germ theory, because that keeps you off
far larger questions, such as why we have drug companies running the country and buying out
regulatory agencies and governors and Presidents and courts and all the TV channels and the internet.
And such as why we are messing with our genes to start with. And such as whether we should just call
the US a fascist country, since the media is now a government front, censoring widely and wildly under
direct orders from the Feds. “


Source: http://mileswmathis.com/terrain.pdf



26 Responses to “Terrain Theory is a Psyop”

  1. Saladin says:

    what absolute hogwash this article is, very disappointed in you for publishing
    such crap

  2. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    I don’t know why you are disappointed in me pal, I don’t know you from Adam

    Maybe you should check out the footer on EVERY page of this site?

    “Articles posted here are for your consideration at your discretion. No purported facts have been verified. Articles do not necessarily reflect the views of the poster nor the site owner.”

    So what is your beef? Come on pal, spill the beans

    Maybe the clue is in your unfortunate handle? Saladin, who was a pious Muslim and was Vizier of Egypt, and later Sultan of Egypt. “Above all else he was a devotee of jihad” according to Wiki. A real man of the people then NOT ,:-)

    Just look at his standard on Wiki, the Phoenix! Which says it all, he was a Phoenician was he? See here: Where did all the Phoenicians go? http://mileswmathis.com/phoenper.pdf

    Some phoenies try to disrupt revealing blogs with useless comments that lead nowhere

  3. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    I tried to upload an image of the standard but was repeatedly blocked for some reason

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      That worked but Saladin’s Phoenix was barred. I wonder why? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  4. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Maybe this time

  5. bakedjerboa says:

    They always reveal themselves!

    • bakedjerboa says:

      May be Peter can explain & show us the first ever piece of proof going back to source, or by his own experiment confirming that viruses have been proven to exist. That would be really helpful because millions of people have been killed, injured & weakened over the last century over such false allegations, & this is the kind of article that Mark Windows would call either grifting or controlled op. You decide folks, but one thing is sure, there is no argument between so called camps, just the controlled side refusing to discuss and look at the evidence.

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        I don’t have enough knowledge either way bakedjerboa, so sorry I couldn’t do that

        But what Mathis says makes sense to me, the answer is usually neither side of their false dialectic, it usually lies elsewhere. And I particularly liked some of that article

        All I know is that I am constantly lied to on all sides, mainstream and alternative. Most of the alternative seems to be controlled in some way too doesn’t it. So I use my common sense as much as I can, stay as relaxed as possible, and try and live in the real world rather than the matrix illusion

        I put this up because I thought that it was interesting and a real possibility

        • Steve Kettle says:

          I would have thought by now Pete you would have amassed enough knowledge on the subject to know germ theory has no basis. We’ve been blessed with stacks of info over the last few years to have formed at least a basic understanding on the subject. Have you done much reading on it?

          • pete fairhurst 2 says:

            No I haven’t Steve, I’m not really interested in theories. I find endless theoretical discussions to be a bit of a circle jerk tbh. I’m more interested in the real world

            I’m much more focussed on natural solutions like diet, lifestyle and remedies. I’ve previously used all these to very positive effect, including homeopathy and acupuncture

            “germ theory has no basis”. I find that a massive stretch Steve, see Ian below. Maybe it’s a bit of both. Aren’t bacteria germs? They are pretty well proven aren’t they. Yes I’m very sceptical about their virus stories. Particularly since they produce no evidence, but bacteria are another matter

            I think that the real world is far far more complex than this false germ v terrain dialectic. It is far too simplistic I think

          • ian says:

            No disrespect Stevie Pal. I mentioned you, but I shouldn’t really have, you’re a good guy too. We can all agree to disagree sometimes. Just because I don’t agree, doesn’t mean I don’t think you’re ok. Take care Steve, We’re all different but the same.

  6. ian says:

    Seems everyone from 77 Brigade, and Stevie, is attacking Pete. All for an article posted on Tap. Re germ theory which apparently like the earth being round, is taboo in their circles. Why expect Pete to be an expert on something which you aren’t either?? Opinion it’s called until it’s proven beyond doubt. Manners are also a good thing to have, or are you all so omnipotent that you rule over everyone?.

    Come on guys, it’s fine to disagree, but let’s keep it civil please, and the next time you catch a cold because everyone is sneezing in the supermarket, tell me how it works like that. Please remember though, that feel free to argue but keep it nice please.

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      Thanks Ian mate, well put. The apprentice blew it, so the supervisor got involved πŸ™‚

      I’m far to long in the tooth to be bothered tbh, I’ve got broad shoulders too

      Manners maketh man don’t they? πŸ™‚

      • ian says:

        You are always spot on Pete, and very clued up. I’ve learned a great deal from you. We can disagree and argue without falling out, it’s the best way, but some like to be cheeky, and there’s no need. Take care Mate.

        • pete fairhurst 2 says:

          Thanks Ian you are very kind, and a very good mate too, even though I’ve never clapped eyes on you πŸ™‚ Of course it’s a two way street, I’ve learned a lot from you too mate

          Life is a learning curve isn’t it. And learning is a lifelong activity, that in my case will only end when I’m incapable, or gone, hopefully not any time soon. There is at least one poster here who is an octogenarian

          • ian says:

            Nail on the head mate, me too, and hopefully we’ll last a few years.

  7. NPP says:

    I don’t pay attention to Miles Mathis. I read through an article once and my gut feeling was, leave it be, not for me. I haven’t read this, but noticed the comment response.
    TAP blog has been posting his/her/their material for some years.

    Oh look, there’s a particle and it’s called covid19!
    I find terrain theory more appealing, but may be it’s both or neither.

    At least at TAP you can post material, bemoan or commend it, but not be censored.

    Argue away!

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      “but may be it’s both or neither.” Yes Ned, the dialectic is too simplistic, as I said above

      “Argue away!” indeed

      With regards to Mathis then, Tap blog has posted a lot of his stuff over the years as you say. With good reason too, he is a good writer at times, and is also very funny at times too. Mathis is very prolific and shoots from the hip. His science site is even more important than his cultural site

      If you’ve only read one of his essays then, I’d suggest that you have missed out. It’s almost impossible to form an sensible opinion of him after just one paper

      Take your pick here, “Best fake events papers”:

      Maybe look at the second one “Looks like JFK was gay”. That is only a few pages but is very revealing. There are plenty to go at

      • NPP says:

        Looks like JFK was gay? Could have been. I don’t care

        I think I prefer Johnny Mathis.

        Now, why we get ill or unhealthy or maintain health is interesting.
        Time Ian. Can’t read everything.

        • pete fairhurst 2 says:

          Johnny Mathis? Really? The silver tongued songsmith who was clearly a made man πŸ™‚

          Suit yourself, maybe pick one of the others then, there are plenty to go at πŸ™‚

          • NPP says:

            I’m not bothered about Johnny. His name came to mind.

            I read a Miles Mathis article a few years back. Something didn’t sit right; too much over analysing life? I once read ‘he’s’ a team. I’ve no idea.
            I prefer nuts & bolts obvious stuff e.g. the climate emergency is bollox, boys are boys and girls are girls…. and did the Gooners win or lose?
            I’ve never bought Johnny Mathis. May be Xmas brought him to mind.

            • pete fairhurst 2 says:

              “I prefer nuts & bolts obvious stuff e.g. the climate emergency is bollox, boys are boys and girls are girls.”

              You will enjoy him then!

              Impossible to know unless you’ve actually read him surely? I don’t care either way tbh but, if you’ve never read him then, how can you form an opinion? Over and out….

              All culture articles since 2005 here:

              Separate science site at the homepage, link at very top

              • NPP says:

                I told you i have previously read him.

                I’ve just looked above.
                re Terrain theory is
                wrong because it was created to be wrong. It is the manufactured false opposition.

                Nonsense. Trouble making. I haven’t time for this silliness. That’s my take. Others can read and appreciate.

                Controlled opposition. Psy-op. I tend to steer clear of these tags, not that they do not exist, but it gets to the stage where so much and many are labelled like this.

                There’s so many hours in the day.

                • pete fairhurst 2 says:

                  “I read through an article once” is what you said above….
                  One of hundreds, if not thousands….
                  Priceless Ned!

                • NPP says:

                  I’ve read his material. An article or two, Bits here or there.
                  No, he/it doesn’t take my fancy.
                  I saw the plentiful comments/arguement.
                  I will try to avoid commenting on Mathis again. I’ve been polite. I feel about Mathis as I do flat earth, Q, Paul McCartney dead stories, reptilians…
                  However, I loathe censorship, so let the flat earth McCartney Mathis reptile association share as they wish.

              • pete fairhurst 2 says:

                Changed your tune there Ned!

                From “once” to “I’ve read his material….Bits here or there”.

                At this rate it will soon be “I’ve read them all” πŸ˜‚

                You are clearly a guy who always wants to have the last word. But you are dealing with a woolyback scouser here mate…..

                Scousers always have the last word, I thought that you might realise this?🀣