re/ The Corona Project

Greetings,
I received nearly 20 responses to the Corona post. Some I may respond to privately, but for the most part you’ll see them all here. In some cases I may condense responses so that this posting doesn’t get too long. And please accept my apologies for not responding to your many thoughtful responses that came in to earlier recent postings. Just didn’t have the time & energy.
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rkm
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Diana Licht wrote:
I agree with you that this coronavirus “pandemic” is, or has become, a political project.  In my book civil liberties (freedom/liberty) comes first.
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David Thrussell wrote:
..thanks Richard…
   …as you know, the Bullshit is endless…
      ddt
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Madeline Bruce wrote:
What do you think the next steps will be Richard, and can we do things now to protect ourselves? — Madeline Bruce, Nanaimo, B. C.  Canada
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rkm: I don’t have a clear sense of what will come next, but many things seem likely, particularly because they have been so successful in getting people to swallow the kool-aid voluntarily. One thing is clear: intrusive pandemic rules will be in effect from now on, in the same that intrusive airport security has been in effect ever since 9/11. The US creates the terrorism and the excessive responses, and now they’ll be creating the viruses and the excessive responses. It seems we’ll be getting Antichrist Bill Gates’ mark-of-the-beast enforced toxic vaccinations, and perhaps nuclear war with China along with it. Hard to say what will happen, or how we could protect ourselves, when psychopaths occupy the top of the power pyramid, and I’m not talking about little-guy puppet Trump. One thing you can do in the way of protecting yourself is to strengthen your immune system, including vitamins C&D along with Zinc. George Carlin gives timely advice on immunity here.
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Lynette (aka cheeky momma) wrote:
Thank you for this Richard.  I feel the same way that you do about all of this and it really irritates me that nobody seems to have the impetus to think about the implications of what social control really means.  We are in two camps; those that are thinking beyond the surface of all of this, and those who cannot/will not /are too afraid to think at all.   God help us!!
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rkm: I’ve thought a lot about why most people keep their head buried in the sand. The fact is that we are a highly social species, and social stability has been critically important to our survival in evolutionary terms. It is built into our genes, so to speak, that social harmony is more important to us than is abstract truth. Those of us who speak out against majority beliefs are in all honesty being anti-social. It is not surprising that so many people recoil. And it is unfortunate that ‘majority beliefs’ are created by the most sophisticated propaganda machine the world has ever known, a machine that has only grown in subtlety since the days of Joseph Goebbels.
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til chamkis wrote:
Step 1. Homeowners become renters.
Step 2. Renters become homeless
Step 3. The homeless become dead.
Step 4. Repeat.
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rkm: Your words remind me of something Thomas Jefferson said:
“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currencies, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their prosperity until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”
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Jerold Hubbard wrote:
Thanks for the information Richard!  I really appreciate it!!
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Brian Hill wrote:
Do you agree that Bill Gates and his wife are as evil as many, many reports are claiming?  Google – hr 6666 petition against

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rkm: By his own words, if you read between the lines, and by his lifetime behaviors, he is condemned. He is a megalomaniac, very much in the mold of John D Rockefeller, and like JDR he spent the first half of his life accumulating vast wealth via monopolization, and like JDR he is spending the second half of his life pursuing eugenics. It is worth keeping in mind that Hitler got his ideas about eugenics (master-race thinking) from the likes of Rockefeller and Henry Ford. While writing Mein Kampf in prison, the Fuhrer-to-be kept a photo of Ford on his desk for inspiration.
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Tashamaria Tromer wrote [excerpted]:
Hi, Richard. Incredible times. … I wrote you after your Barbarians mailing, “And your point being, I guess, this is that?”  I felt from the start about this coronavirus that it was created in a laboratory as a Darwinian tool to lighten the load on the planet. … And then reports emerged that this virus was hard to eradicate and contained genetic material from AIDS, SARS, MERS— something which would be very difficult to achieve if it were a naturally evolving microbe or whatever the heck it is.  I saw how many of society’s programs which ‘the Cabal’ might want to do away with would naturally fall away in this global lockdown affecting millions. I saw how easily citizens surrendered our autonomy for greater security (something we also saw in 9-1), I saw how response to ‘controlling’ this virus led to increased social change, working at home, electronic nature of money, restaurants, cafes, hardware stores, other small businesses shuttered and going out of business, … These [Barbarians] tapes, you are then saying, predicted all that, and now is the time we are turning the corner? TashaMaria Tromer
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rkm: You use your eyes and brain well Tasha! You see beneath the surface. You have found the key to interpreting events: look not at the explanations, but at the consequences. As a fellow observer, permit me to share where we see things differently. I don’t think this COVID-19 virus is itself a ‘Darwinian tool’. It’s far to mild for that. Rather it is serving to set various precedents. When they decide to release a really deadly virus, we will accept house arrest; we will accept that visitors are not allowed in hospitals, to see what really goes on there; we will accept that the only information we get comes from the media-owning cabal; we will accept that we all get vaccinations that in fact spread the virus. Jonestown was a dress rehearsal for our future genocidal experiences. The Barbarian tapes are worth taking seriously because as time goes by more and more of the insider revelations are being verified. And as I mention frequently, Huxley’s Brave New World is a must-read to get inside the heads of the globalists.
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Christine Page wrote:
Thank you Richard.
I received your post today with Helen Buyniski’s excellent message, so I’ve found her website too now – love the name [Helen of Destroy]!
I don’t ‘do’ FB. But will keep in touch.
Best wishes
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rkm: Please do stay in touch Christine. I’m glad our paths have crossed. You’re in the Bcc, but please subscribe using the link at the bottom.
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Kenoli Oleari wrote [excerpted]:
Richard — My problem with this concept is that they already control the world through their wealth, their crony networks, their access and experience with the levers of power and more, and most people are not even aware this is going on and continue to support them and believe the fantasy that keeps the them themselves under subjugation.  Why would they want to give all this up in order to run a police state?  Sounds like a lot of work when you can just keep adding to your billions, cruise between private islands, stop or start any war you want, do away with anyone you want with impunity and use the international monetary apparatus as your private ATM? I don’t see any possibility for change.  Why upset a good thing?
—Kenoli
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rkm: Thank you very much for your sensible questions Kenoli! Let me respond with questions of my own: What would you do, if you had billions? Would you spend it on yachts, islands, and sexy women? Would you say “Welcome to my world” and live in hedonistic dissipation? I know you, and I don’t think that’s how you’d spend your billions. I think you’d use the money to help create a ‘better world’, according to your values and vision. You’d want to make it better for everyone, because your values are egalitarian. But it’s different for psychopaths. Their vision of a ‘better world’ is one more under their control. They care only for themselves, their friends, and their families. Everyone else is an expendable resource, like a herd of cattle or sheep. For them a return to something more like feudalism, with them as Lords of the Global Manor, would be seen as a ‘better world’. They are tired of working indirectly through political mechanisms that they know are just a sham.
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david moore [rkm’s brother] wrote:
If this is all true, what should we do?   “speaking truth to power” ? it works in some situations.  but in a global one, like this one? resist?  where? how? i know you’ve spend much of your adult life researching/thinking about all this stuff, and my recollection is that you finally decided that local, intentional communities might be  the best answer to what is happening, globally – ala stephen gaskin’s “The Farm“.
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rkm: You asked me this same question dave, about 20 years ago, when I naively thought our problems were due to capitalism and globalization. It is because you asked this question, “What should we do?”, that I spent the next 10 years trying to find an answer. I bet you didn’t realize how much influence you’ve had over my life! One of the things I learned since is that our problems go way back, thousands of years, to the beginning of hierarchy, as symbolized by the Garden of Eden story. Ever since then, since we went forward to dominate the Earth, the eventual inevitable outcome has been global tyranny. What we call ‘history’ is simply the story of ever-evolving hierarchy. My conclusion is that we need to get rid of hierarchy, which is easy to say, and as likely to achieve as a cow jumping over the moon. In any case, my thoughts on the subject are on my web page, Creating Change. Meanwhile, as for ‘what to do’, I see my bit as trying to help people distinguish between reality and illusion, to see beyond the shadows on the cave wall.
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Claudia Woodward-Rice wrote:
Richard – for those of us over 70, even if we’re alienated and suspicious of NeoLiberal plots, this pandemic is not a joke. It didn’t take a seer to forecast a global pandemic on a planet with +7 billion and degraded ecosystems.  If I were 25 again and not caring for my 93 yr old mother and 85 yr old husband, I might take my chances – but given the death toll I choose to wear a mask in public (to protect others) and skip the paranoia. Instead let’s just laugh at the facial recognition software companies as they go bust.
Claudia
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rkm: It is good Claudia that you take whatever precautions for yourself and your loved ones that you feel are appropriate. As for a global pandemic being something we should have expected, I beg to differ. As Sherlock Holmes said to Inspector Lestrade , you follow your line of investigation, and I’ll follow mine, with no hard feelings 🙂
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bill aal said:
Thanks Richard,  there is a lot of good stuff here. And a lot that seems off.  I will look at it more deeply later.
William Aal
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rkm: Very good Bill, I can’t ask for more!
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That’s all folks!
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