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Monday, April 6, 2020

The U.S. Probably Won’t Run Out of Food During Coronavirus


Coronavirus May Change How Americans Vote


Derrick de Kerckhove Discusses Quantum States with iON

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Bob Dobbs’ Diaries: Sept. 29/1966 (Ojai, California)



Bob sat down on the wooden bench to have some soup. The spoken sentence, “The rituals of the Order of the Golden Dawn should not be used to establish a new priesthood,” passed into his awareness and he turned and recognized the speaker's face. It took Bob a few minutes for him to place it. Seattle, about ten years ago, during the LSD experiments. He walked over carefully balancing his soup.

“Excuse me, but did you live in Seattle once?” Bob asked.

“Did you spill your soup?”

Bob looked down. The familiar face continued, “I still live there.”

“I think we met many years ago. Anyway, did you know that Krishnamurti is mentioned in Finnegans Wake?”

“I've heard of that book, but I haven't read it.”

“Oh no, one can't read it per se, one can only study it. By the way, I'm Bob Dobbs.”

“David Worcester, pleased to meet you.”

Dobbs: Oh, you're the man who asked Krishnamurti if he's asking us to experience violence!

Worcester: Yes, what did you think of his answer?

Dobbs: Well, he said he is doing that. But for me Krishnamurti addresses the individual's private citadel of consciousness as the source of spiritual regeneration and ignores the dynamics of the crowd.

Worcester: That may be so but when Rhyee set up the principality of Man...

Dobbs (looking stunned): Rhyee!!?? Did you say Rhyee? Who's Rhyee?

Worcester: Yes... it's a concept channeled by a friend of mine who's a medium.

Dobbs: Is he here today?

Worcester: No, he lives in Hawaii. His name is Ralph Duby.

Dobbs: “Rhyee.” I can't believe it! I've had that word running through my mind for over, at least, twenty-five years. I've never known what it referred to.

Report from Akito in Japan Regarding Japan’s Reaction to the Pandemic



From Akito, 5 April 2020:

I don’t accurately understand the circumstances in Japan at this moment, but one reason why the rate is low is that many people have not yet been tested for various reasons which I don’t know much about, aside from blaseness that I see amongst my co-workers.

One thing for sure, and this goes back three weeks ago, is that Japan's CDC had PREVENTED private hospitals and clinics from conducting the PCR tests. They ordered the medical manufactures not to sell nor rent the PCR equipment to the private sector.

They only allowed national (public) hospitals to conduct tests, because, they wanted to collect and keep data to themselves only so that they could analyze and come up with a "grand solution" to wipe out the virus, and get revered for their accomplishment.

This is why the number stayed very low for a long period.

However, a very brave female doctor (an ex-CDC top scientist) blew the whistle three weeks ago live on the tv morning talk show exposing Japan CDC's narcissistic (nefarious) position.

Now the private sectors are allowed to conduct tests, but many pundits fear it is too late, and that Tokyo will become just like New York City. The clinical workers are already out of masks and sanitizers because Japan donated billions of them to China last year. And I told you about the organized Chinese shopping-spree, right? The Japanese (mostly elderlies) did the same thing after hearing fake news or watching ignorant celebrities on a talk show saying "All toilet papers are made in China, which are banned from import!" This was a big BS since ALL toilet papers are MADE IN JAPAN.

BTW, the US media, including FOX, is complimenting SKorea for managing to control the rate of spread, but that is another big BS. The entire SK media got hijacked by the far-left, who all work in conjunction with the leftist President Moon (NKorea agent), and they say what the number is.

Also, SKorean clinic's tests are done very sloppily anyway, so don't believe their number.

On 30 March 2020, Akito wrote:

Yamato Transport, the company I work for, is incredibly blase about the present virus situation. No one wears a mask and no spraying of the warehouse.

I'm on the drops, so I have no fear of the virus, but man...

My co-workers are incredibly apathetic about the virus, and they all say Oiso won't be affected since it's so remote from Tokyo and much less populated.

However, I sensed a different mood this morning: Almost everyone was talking about the sudden death of the comedian, Ken Shimura.

I hope I won't have to attend their upcoming Japanese-style funerals because I don't want to waste my hard-earned money on them! ($50 minimum).

25 March 2020:

We here in Japan are still moving around freely, despite the devastating economic hit on the food and entertainment industries.

We are beginning to see Tokyo's restaurants going out of business, but most are still operating as usual, and dining inside.

What is funny and stupid is, immediately after the IOC has officially announced that there will be no 2020 Tokyo Olympics this year, the incompetent Governor of Tokyo has warned the public that there will be a "shootout," a pandemic in Tokyo.

All the bureaucrats knew that the game wouldn't take place this year, or that it will never take place in Tokyo, but that's like saying, "If there is a game, there will be no pandemic. And if there is no game, then we must panic." Duh

British 5G Towers Set on Fire because of Coronavirus Conspiracy theories



The Verge

5G phone masts are being set alight in the UK, after online conspiracy theories have misleadingly linked the cell towers to the coronavirus pandemic. The BBC reports that at least three 5G towers were set alight within the last week, and police and fire services were called to extinguish the flames.



Rumors and conspiracy theories over a link between the roll out of 5G and the spread of coronavirus have been spread primarily through social media networks. A variety of groups exist on Facebook and Nextdoor, where thousands of members repeat false and misleading claims that 5G is supposedly harmful.

One theory claims that the novel coronavirus originated in Wuhan because the Chinese city had recently been rolling out 5G. It’s now supposedly spread to other cities that are also using 5G. These false conspiracy theories neglect to mention that a highly contagious virus would naturally spread more in densely populated cities with access to 5G, and that the coronavirus pandemic has hit counties like Iran and Japan where 5G isn’t in use yet.



This hasn’t stopped these wild conspiracy theories from spreading, though. Some people are even harassing workers laying fiber optic cables for 5G installations, claiming that when 5G is turned on it’s going to “kill everyone.”

UK operators now believe the attacks are undermining the nation’s security. “I’m saddened today to report that vandals have carried out a series of arson attacks on mobile phone masts during this time of national crisis,” says Vodafone UK CEO Nick Jeffery. “This is now a matter of national security. Police and counter terrorism authorities are investigating.”

The apparent arson attacks have clearly caused significant damage that will affect services in Birmingham, just as emergency services at the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is relying on mobile networks. “I’m absolutely outraged and disgusted that people would be taking action against the infrastructure we need to tackle this emergency,” said NHS director Stephen Powis at a daily UK coronavirus briefing. Continue reading at The Verge




Sunday, April 5, 2020

Saturday, April 4, 2020

A History of Masking Recommendations, 29 February 2020-3 April 2020








Singapore Implements Lockdown


Friday, April 3, 2020

Stay-at-Home & Watch Premium Channels for Free

Warner Media

To provide some entertainment relief for those doing their part to keep everyone safe and healthy in this time of social isolation, HBO is making almost 500 hours of top programming available to stream for free for a limited time on HBO NOW and HBO GO–without a subscription–starting this Friday, April 3.

The list of free programming includes every episode of nine iconic HBO series such as The Sopranos, Veep, Six Feet Under, True Blood, Succession and The Wire; as well as 10 HBO documentaries and docu-series including McMillion$. See the complete list here.

[This is your chance to watch every episode of True Blood which features Sookie Stackhouse, vampires, shapeshifters, werewolves, faeries, witches, a maenad and other creatures mentioned by iON.]

To watch, just go to HBO Go or HBO NOW and start streaming. No subscription or sign-up required. You can also download the apps to watch on your phone or tablet.

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In addition, Showtime [Homeland, Billions, Ray Donovan, etc.] is offering free 30 day trails for new customers. And Sundance Now, typically $6.99 a month, can be accessed for free for 30 days using the promo code "SUNDANCENOW30." The homepage for Sundance Now states that you can join free for 7 days but try using the promo code which should extend the trail period to 30 days.