Crimes against humanity should not go unpunished

Is the perfect nobody of a mayor of a relatively inconsequential Canadian provincial capital in on the con to end all cons? Or is he just a bully who loves his sudden moment in the spotlight so much that he does all he can to change his city into one big concentration camp?

Either way, even though he has announced he won’t be seeking re-election next fall, Don Iveson of Edmonton has gone so far as to try to blackmail his province’s government into ordering even harsher measures to fight to non-existent pandemic than those it had adopted already.

So far as Don Iveson is concerned, people have no business leaving their homes, visiting their loved ones, not even for Christmas, and if the province won’t permit his city’s peace officers to issue fines in the thousands of dollars for disobedience, his council would do it. (The province did cave in.)

For your enlightenment: peace officers are those members of police forces who don’t carry guns. Too unqualified for that, perhaps. On the other hand, they are exempted from Edmonton’s ban on vehicle idling: they can idle their engines as much as they want, as they aim their photo-radar guns on unsuspecting drivers.

Here’s what this is

All of this is no longer about the spread of the flu a.k.a. Covid-19. A wonderful pretext for an attempt to kill our civilization, that’s what it is. And no, this is not yet another conspiracy theory. Unlike hypotheses, theories require proof.

All you need to build a good and potentially valid hypothesis is facts (or statements dressed up as facts) lined up in the most straightforward and logical fashion, with none of the facts contradicting other facts, and with no facts left out.

Theories require all that, plus proof on top of it.

The proponents of what is now known as Great Reset or the fourth industrial revolution are quite open about their goals. Just check out what people like Klaus Martin Schwab of the World Economic Forum, Bill and Melinda Gates of the foundation named after them, or Soros György of the Open Society and unrivalled currency speculation fame have kept saying the last few years.

Just a mere 64 years ago, then-Soviet chief communist Nikita Sergeievich Khrushchev told the Americans that the communists will bury them.

This statement made instant headlines, and (as happens so often with modern media) most of what Khrushchev would say later would get lost. Not in translation (Khrushchev’s personal interpreter Viktor Sukhodrev knew his job to a t). It just wasn’t as catchy and sexy as the headline-grabbing burial statement.

But, it turns out, Khrushchev wasn’t as naïve as many thought he was.

Here’s what he had to say on that rainy November day in 1959: “Your children’s children will live under communism. You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept communism outright; but we will keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you will finally wake up and find you already have communism. We will not have to fight you; we will so weaken your economy, until you will fall like overripe fruit into our hands.

“The democracy will cease to exist,” Khrushchev finished, “when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.”

And that is precisely what has been happening. Call it lockdowns or anything else you want to call it: it is all about killing the economy as we know it, making populations more and more dependent on government fiat.

The entire development is a strange mix of Malthusianism and Marxism. Both teachings have shown through history that they lead nowhere but to tragedy, and both have been proven criminal in all senses of the word.

That the entire Covid-19 scare is a hoax beyond belief has been proven beyond any doubt long ago. It was quite simple: the World Health Organization (WHO) that officially unleashed it had changed its criteria for measuring spreads of diseases about a dozen years ago.

The change made the criteria perfectly useless. As an official European Union inquiry established, it all happened at the suggestion made by several so-called WHO medical experts. The EU findings include official confirmation that those experts would receive and accept lucrative offers from a number of pharmaceutical companies involved in creating cure for flu strains known then (so-called bird and swine flu, etc.).

Here’s an example to chew on: authorities in Portugal quarantined four German holidaymakers. One was judged to be positive for Covid-19. The Germans took the Portuguese authority to court. They won. The authority appealed, and lost again. The verdict confirmed that the so-called PCR test is (on average) up to 97-per cent unreliable.

This finding is not limited to Portugal: medical authorities around the world the same results. Out of a hundred of positive tests for any shape or form of Covid infection only three may (or, then again, may not) be correct. And, remember, infection does not equal actual disease.

What came first?

The Great Reset proponents may have only used the panic created by WHO to push their agenda through. Or they could have created the panic themselves, so they can use it as a Great Reset tool. That would be a question for a tribunal judging crimes against humanity to answer.

Considering that several WHO poohbahs have begun issuing warnings against the lockdowns, now so much in vogue, it seems the latter option would prevail.

In any case, the world will need a body resembling the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal. That international body judged the Nazi regime for its deeds (and had most of the former Führers of all levels who appeared before it hung by their necks until they died).

That tribunal also imposed a serious rule: obeying orders is not an acceptable excuse. A put-off, may be, but not an excuse.

After all, there have been cases galore where a military (Wehrmacht) unit would refuse to take part in mass executions. We’re here to wage war, they used to say, not to execute civilians. And even the Nazi chain of command respected that. They would send such a unit to other locations, replacing them with either SS or so-called Sonderkommando (special command) units who would do the dirty work.

Here’s the main issue of today: most people just sigh and say that we have to obey the law, and when someone disobeys and gets slapped by the constabulary, well, they had it coming.

A piece of information for your grey cells only: not only was the Holocaust perfectly kosher under the Third Reich laws, most Germans obeyed, only to claim after the war they knew nothing.

The Jews knew nothing about the extermination camps because that was a strict state secret. That is why they just couldn’t fathom that rumours of their fate once they boarded the heavily-guarded trains taking them to places of so-called resettlements could be true.

A Germany that gave the world a Goethe? A Beethoven? Can’t happen. And yet, it did.

Today, our chances of being informed as fully as possible are wildly better than then. All we have to do is try.

And all we have to do is remember Mahatma Gandhi, the guy who gave civil disobedience a new meaning. He used it to make India an independent country.

We can use it to make ourselves independent of bullies who try to intimidate us, using pretexts such as a new plague combined with caries with leprosy thrown in for good measure.

Whether it’s the perfect nobody of a mayor of a relatively inconsequential Canadian provincial capital, or the World Economic Forum boss, they all should appear before an international tribunal that will judge crimes against humanity. Without prejudging anything or anybody, none of them has an iota of an excuse.

4 thoughts on “Crimes against humanity should not go unpunished

  1. Артём December 1, 2020 at 11:16 Reply

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  2. Inkavo December 4, 2020 at 13:06 Reply

    You have a point. However, one of my long time colleague dancers just recently died of Covid when she went to a hospital with backache and caught it there, so I would be a little cautious…



  3. Peter Adler December 4, 2020 at 14:04 Reply

    thanks, except: if she died of anything, it would have been pseudobronchopneumonia: covid is a virus, not a disease … besides: what other conditions other than backache did she suffer from? remember my father? he had had a serious heart condition for years that, according to him, could not be treated at the time … as a specialist, he was aware of it … then he caught a simple lousy cold … what carried him away?


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