The Covid-19 Smoking Gun? Patent Applications Since 1999?

I’m vaccinated against conspiracy theories.

I consider them easy “explanations” for lazy people who sit on their asses and just have Alex Jones tell them what to think just enough to gain the wisdom of stupidity and ignorance. For another thing, who doesn’t “conspire?”

“We conspired to put on a surprise birthday party for my dad.”

Mostly, people find it easier to conclude nefarious conspiratorial and traitorous behavior as a just-so explanation than to work through the value-and-profit propositions, biases, conflicts of interest, and all the other things that tend towards enriching some at the expense of others through legal, rent-seeking machinations. I just posted a Twitter Thread about that.

When illegal and traitorous, they’re also what’s been known for eons as secrets too big to keep. In an age of whistle blowing, we apparently still hold that the JFK Assassination, Apollo Moon Landing, and 9/11 are tantamount to The Ellipsoid Earth, which everyone has been cajoled into believing.

I also call it skepticism run amok or, unbridled skepticism. In a world where everything that’s big news is not as it seems, then nothing is as it seems. You can’t trust your senses and Alex Jones and that sort of thing becomes your senses for everything.

So What About Covid-19?

It’s not Covid, anymore. It’s a crafted narrative that you are to believe in and act towards accordingly, even reluctantly, at the cost of social disapproval. It’s a package deal. It’s whole.

The fundamental thing in play is that for many thousands of years, since the dawn of civilization, this political machination is to render the writings of Machiavelli and Plato—politicians—equivalent to those of Aristotle, who held: “just the facts, ma’am.”

Which means: facts never matter. What only ever matters is the number of other who like and love you.

There’re apps for that.

Is a Covid-19 Infection A Serious Thing?

As the girls say here in Thailand, “up to you!”

That’s prescient because, there is ample evidence that even a full-blown infection—as determined by the testing—has vastly different effects on individual people.

Is that sort of knowledge and sharing allowed on Social Media Narrative?

In some measure, it is. But it depends on algorithms. How does the Artificial Intelligence regard you and your views as a human being thinking for himself?

Do you write your posts with a mind to “what will ‘artificial intelligence’ ‘think?'”

Does the very worst fear of Covid you might have justify the billions of lives harmed to make you feel better, safer, and more secure? That’s not just for chicks, anymore. Most male-like organisms spend a good deal of time endeavoring to feel safe and secure at expenses not out of their own pocket or of the fruits of their own creations.

How long before the Scare Porn just doesn’t work anymore?

My 28 yo girlfriend, out in the Isan provinces told me yesterday on video chat:

“Richar, Cowih weary bad here.”

And then she laughed as if to signal: see, am I your girl, or what!?

Indeed. Total strike to the heart from my Thai country girl. I loooooove her. Big head and genetic fuck-you smarts in spite of no formal indoctrination. I accept no substitutes.

She’s unpacked the plain logic over the last 18 months with my help, but principally on her own. Love love love. And make no mistake. This is not submission. We’ve been at loggerheads dozens of times. Reality wins out.

The Smoking Gun

There are a couple of videos that I had emails about but because long, had not taken the time to look at until my friend, Dr. Mike Eades, took not only the time to link them up, but to provide his take.

Probably the embed won’t work, because the Worpress People are as big of shitstains as just about evertyone, now. So, here’s the link: A manufactured illusion. Dr David Martin with Reiner Fuellmich 9/7/21

This one too.

Link: Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA technology discusses the Spike Protein

That’s a serious 3 hours of video and I watched every second, but I never, ever watch Alex Jones or even Joe Rogan, and can take Tucker Carlson for about 10 minutes which is usually convenient. Styx has become the most boring YouTuber in its history.

Here’s how Mike puts it in his most recent newsletter. On the first video, the one about the public-record patent history.

Then comes the video above. It focuses a little on the health risks of taking the vaccine, but its main emphasis is the outright chicanery and brazen profiteering involved in not only developing and selling the vaccine, but in actually creating the crisis in the first place. Which sounds over the top when I write the words, but is chilling when you listen carefully to the man, Dr. David Martin, making the case in the video. But can he be believed? That’s the 64 thousand dollar question.

I went all over the internet trying to find reliable information on David Martin. There is plenty out there, but what to believe? There are a number of sites ‘debunking’ him. I guess we have that in common. But, if you recall, the idea that SARS2 came from a lab leak was debunked. The notion that SARS2 was an aerosol was debunked. The claim that the spike protein was biologically active was debunked. The worry that the lipid nanoparticles could go places other than the deltoid muscle was debunked.

Then later all these debunkings were themselves debunked. So with all the politicization of Covid and the vaccine, it’s really difficult to discover the truth.

David Martin is an investment fund manager and a patent wrangler. The two seem to be worlds apart, but they’re not. He hunts down patents by high tech companies looking for hidden investment opportunities. The right patent can quickly make a company a ton of money. And those who had the foresight to invest early in one make a lot of money, too.

Martin mentions a number of patents in the video linked above. I sought out a handful of them online, and they appear to say what he says they say. But I don’t have the legal knowledge to understand them perfectly. And, though I do have a fairly decent understanding of immunology, I do not have a technical background in virology. I could learn it, I suppose, but I would rather spend my learning time on something else.

What I’m saying is that I don’t have the legal or virology background and training to vet the claims David Martin makes so eloquently in the video above.

Then onto the second…the unreliable source Facebook will fact-check via green-haired, fat, tatted, and pierced lesbians munching Doritos whilst swilling Mountain Dew.

It is a full 54 minutes of Dr. Malone explaining the mRNA vaccine and its development. As I’m sure you know, if you’ve been reading this newsletter for a while, Dr. Malone is the inventor (if that’s the proper term) of the mRNA vaccine process. In anyone’s book, he is an expert. Maybe the expert.

I don’t know where it came from and don’t have time to look it up, but there is an old saying about how a true journalist’s job is to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. Well, surprisingly, that is precisely what Dr. Malone does in this video.

If you took one of the vaccines, you will come away comforted that you did the right thing, and if you elected not to take the vaccine because of the risk-reward situation, you, too, will come away comforted. So, I guess he doesn’t afflict the comfortable, unless they might be Big Tech, which loves to go around canceling people.

This video is the perfect representation of what a real scientist should sound like. Careful to avoid hyperbole and saying he doesn’t know when he doesn’t know.

I had a short, perfect exchange with Mike this morning after he emailed me about a new tech thing we’re both interested in. I believe we came away in good accord that while both videos are good musts, it’s perfectly true, as he made the distinction to me, that Dr. Martin is perfectly sure, but Dr. Malone has doubts and hopefulness both ways.

I’m very hyperbolic myself, though It’s mostly social media schtick.

I’m awful, calling up allegories of Noah’s Flood, for example.

But hear me out. Don’t you find it a bit ironic that I, as a non-believer in literal interpretations, nonetheless find myself loving some Bible stories more than Christians and Jews? Don’t forget that Noah’s Flood to destroy all life on Earth but a few is a Jewish Old Testament Story, adopted as whole by Christians hundreds of years later?

If not now, then when?

Covid-19 turns out to be such a pathetic and impotent disappointment. ;)


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3 Comments

  1. Christina M. on July 20, 2021 at 20:35

    And just about everyone gets it wrong and slanders the character of God. Genesis 8:21-22

    “21] And the Lord smelled a sweet savour, and said: I will no more curse the earth for the sake of man: for the imagination and thought of man’s heart are prone to evil from his youth: therefore I will no more destroy every living soul as I have done. [22] All the days of the earth, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, night and day, shall not cease.”

    He says this after the Flood. He doesn’t mean, “next time it’s going to be something else.” He means, “NEVER AGAIN.”

    I’m only of slightly above average intelligence. I’m not happy about that. But I have never been fooled by anyone or anything. Intuition, and being able to read people and situations lies somewhere else.

    • Richard Nikoley on July 20, 2021 at 20:57

      Not sure where to go since I don’t believe it actually happened but nonetheless sorta wish it would happen now.

      This why I wrote “to the consternation….”

      The irony persists.

  2. Christina M. on July 22, 2021 at 03:36

    Not just an old Jewish story, or Christian. Some deep, dark, mostly unconscious fear of a flood that did happen. You, and just about everyone I talk to lately, including the little old church lady, seems to take glee at some immanent smoting. [Smite, smote, hat gesmoten.) I chalk it up to too long a sojourn in the land of protestant tribulation/left behind thinking. I think that particular point of view is what’s wrong with 99.9% of the world.

    Thanks for letting me play.

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