There are three city states that run the world.  You no doubt have heard of them without ever realizing what they really were. These three city states exist inside sovereign countries but are totally separate from them.

The three city states, and the countries where they are located, are as follows:

The Vatican (Italy)

The City of London (England)

The District of Columbia (United States)

Again, the Vatican is not part of Italy. They have their own government, their own laws, their own flags and their own security force (police). The same is true for the City of London, as it is not part of England and for the District of Columbia which is not part of the United States of America.

These three city states have separate functions, as follows:

  • The Vatican is a religious control center.
  • The City of London is located within the city that you would call London, England. It is a one-square mile district which contains the world’s financial power center.
  • The District of Columbia is a military/industrial complex.

At the center of all three city states is an Egyptian obelisk, which represents a tribute to the ancient Egyptian sun god Amen-Ra.

What ties these three city states together is something called The Crown which is a directorate consisting of the some of the most influential people in the world. The British royal family is only a figurehead for The Crown and, furthermore, the British royal family is illegitimate. They are actually from a German royal family.

The world elites have succeeded in keeping this information away from the prying eyes of the general public. It’s a dirty little secret that you’re not supposed to know about…but, of course, now you know.



Taxes paid by Americans go to the I.R.S. which is a corporation separate and apart from the U.S. government. The I.R.S. remits these taxes to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Both the I.R.S. and the IMF are controlled by The Crown, as is the Federal Reserve (which runs the U.S. banking system). In effect, The Crown rules the world through the three city states.

And you probably thought that we were free, right?


“The best slave is the one who thinks he is free.”  – Johann von Goethe




Prison Time


A curious thing has happened during the coronavirus crisis.  That is, some states have chosen to lock up people (by quarantining them in nursing homes) while, at the same time, releasing hardened criminals from prison.  In effect, some people were put in prison while some got out.

I understand the need to quarantine older people, although it’s now widely accepted that nursing homes was absolutely the worst solution.  Even Governor Andrew Cuomo now admits the mistake that the State of New York made in placing people in nursing homes that resulted in many needless deaths.

The real head-scratcher, though, is why you would release criminals from prison, especially if they haven’t been tested and found free from the coronavirus. It’s just one in a litany of strange actions taken by government officials during the coronavirus crisis that they should be held accountable for…but, of course, they won’t be, right?


The government rarely gets much of anything right – take the projected mortality rate of Covid19. The coronavirus crisis began because of a study from Oxford University which was cited by the World Health Organization (WHO).  Based on this single study, the WHO claimied that the projected fatality rate would be a very high 3.4 percent. This, then, led to overreaction of governments around the world. According to an article authored by Ryan McMaken at the Mieses Institute., “Governments throughout the world and across the US justified extreme, draconian, undemocratic, and unconstitutional (in most US states) ‘lockdown’ and stay-at-home orders on the grounds that the COVID-19 virus was exceptionally fatal…Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released new estimates suggesting that the real fatality rate is around 0.26 percent.” That’s government in action for you. Special thanks to Dr. Fauci.

The favorite expression in the media these days is “according to confidential sources.” I really dislike that term because for all I know that’s just an excuse to make something up (and blame it on a confidential source if one had to).

Some media companies have policies against using “confidential sources” but they rarely follow that policy. Worse, they almost never get a confirmation of the story before publishing it. As a result, anyone who has a relationship with a journalist can use that relationship to leak sensational stories which may not be true.

However, here’s the part that really gets me. If a so-called “confidential source” gives a journalist a story, there are a few possibilities of what might be happening. For example, the confidential source” may be lying to harm, say, a political opponent.  Then, too, the confidential source may be telling the truth, as far as they know it, but someone higher up the chain has lied to them. Of course, if a story gets passed around enough, it winds up getting distorted in the end anyway.

This disregard for journalistic ethics and standards has resulted in the public opinion of the media hitting rock bottom. However, that doesn’t stop people from believing what they hear in the news; that’s because people will accept stories if the stories conform to their own belief systems.

So, how does one make an informed decision on all things big and small?  The answer is that you need to keep an open mind and examine positions both for and against a certain proposition. Two things that you should almost never do is (1) ask people who have similar belief systems to yours, and (2) use a “fact checker.” Fact checkers are like pollsters.  That is, I never met one that I felt I could believe.  Remember, you should not necessarily consider a fact checker as being accurate just because they confirm your own belief systems.



I constantly have people ask why they should believe me.  It’s a fair question. So, of course, they want to know what my sources are. If I have confidential sources, obviously I’m not going to disclose them just to try to win a debate over an issue. Besides, I rarely find that people will accept overwhelming evidence of something they don’t already believe in (due to cognitive dissonance).

I do provide links to articles or quotes from well-known people, at times.  However, my story is usually not based on such articles.  I generally provide such articles only as a confirmation of what I already believe in. I give you the articles because it’s what you’re used to referring to. After all, you may find the articles more believable than you find me.

My posts are based on what I believe is the truth. However, you should treat my posts as simply my perspective, perhaps another path to the truth.  Science and religion and are not absolutes, far from it.  As for the media, I would totally disregard most of what comes out of the MSM. Remember, information is power and there will always be people who seek to control it (and you).








Why are the governors of some states committing economic suicide?  You know, states like New York, Michigan, Illinois and California, in particular.

Politicians are not good at very much of anything except one thing – spending other people’s money. They think that money grows on trees.  If you need some, just crank up the government printing presses. AOC, for one, has said that since the government can print money you can spend as much as you want.

Of course, states can also ask the federal government to bail them out. To them, it matters not that taxpayers of fiscally responsible states would then have to foot the bill for bankrupt states. Regardless, you would eventually run out of other people’s money.

California has got real fiscal problems.  There are 340,000 employees/retirees earning over $100,000 a year in base salary.  Truck drivers make as much as $159,000, lifeguards $365,000 and nurses half a million. Maybe, you would like to have one of those jobs, right?  California spends so much on employee salaries yet they don’t bother to fund their pension liabilities.  As a result, unfunded pension liabilities now total $1 trillion.  That’s trillion, not billion. So, now, California wants a bailout from Uncle Sam (you and me). The thing is that they don’t intend on reducing staffing or cutting back on $100,000 salaries.

You would think that the governors of these states would appreciate that the coronavirus lockdowns have exacerbated their fiscal problems. Thirty million workers have filed initial unemployment claims since the coronavirus crisis began. States’ revenues are sinking like a rock making their fiscal problems that much worse.  Yet, these governors seem to be in no hurry to reopen.  That’s because money grows on trees…and they expect you and me to plant the trees. Just don’t touch those $100,000 salaries, though. They only want to use other people’s money to make their problems go away.


“When the desirable jobs are spending other people’s money, reporting on spending other people’s money and lobbying to spend other people’s money then you know that the society is f***ed.”  – Tim Worstall



Truth is like oil in water.  It always rises to the top. Now, we’re finally hearing the voice of reason even as the mea culpas commence concerning the coronavirus pandemic.

The news headlines tell the story:

Actual data is finally coming in. Even an idiot can see what the statistics plainly tell us. Even the great prognosticator Dr. Fauci finally is admitting to what is now painfully obvious (link –  Too bad, it’s all too late. The damage is done. We’ve been had. The sheeple can now start lining up for their mandatory vaccinations.


“The best slave is the one who thinks he is free.”  – Johann von Goethe







An article from Ryan McMaken and the Mieses Institute makes an elegant case for why lockdowns don’t work. Says McMaken, “The coerced economic ‘shutdowns’ enforced with fines, arrests, and revoked business licenses are not the natural outgrowth of a pandemic. They are the result of policy decisions taken by politicians who have suspended constitutional institutions and legal recognition of basic human rights…Suspending the rule of law and civil rights will have enormous consequences in terms of human life counted in suicides, drug overdoses, and other grave health problems resulting from unemployment, denial of elective medical care and social isolation.”

The truth is that man has never been able to conquer viruses. Never have and probably never will. We can only hope to manage the process and minimize any effects. Some countries and U.S. states have managed this far better than others. The ones that have fared the worse locked down their countries. The ones that fared the best did not.

Here’s a link to the full article:

“The interest in quarantine reflects the views and conditions prevalent more than 50 years ago, when much less was known about the epidemiology of infectious diseases and when there was far less international and domestic travel in a less densely populated world. It is difficult to identify circumstances in the past half-century when large-scale quarantine has been effectively used in the control of any disease. The negative consequences of large-scale quarantine are so extreme (forced confinement of sick people with the well; complete restriction of movement of large populations; difficulty in getting critical supplies, medicines, and food to people inside the quarantine zone) that this mitigation measure should be eliminated from serious consideration.” – Dr. Donald A. Henderson, who directed the international effort that eradicated smallpox

An increasing number of people have grown sick and tired of the coronavirus (no pun intended). Some feel sick because they now have no job and they can’t pay their bills. Some feel sick because they are bored to death.  Some feel sick because they have lost their businesses and will never be able to reopen them. Some feel sick because they are locked-in at home.

And some people are just plain sick of it all.  Sick of being told that they have no right to go to work. Sick of being told that they can’t socialize.  Sick of being told that they can’t leave their homes…and sick of being told that they are not “essential.” However, the bottom line is that people are just plain sick of being lied to.  For example:


  • As reported by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge, the government of Sweden says that face masks are not necessary (because they are not effective). Sweden is instructive especially because they are now considered to be the ideal model of how to deal with Covid19.
  • Spike reports that according to John Ioannidis, a physician/scientist at Stanford University, there is no empirical evidence for the lockdowns, then or now.
  • With respect to lockdowns, a study on the polio pandemic was the topic of the book Communicable Disease Control by Anderson and Arnstein which said that, School closure, as well as closure of moving picture theatres, Sunday schools, and other similar groups, is frequently attempted in response to popular demand that ‘something be done’. Although tried repeatedly, it is of no proved value, never altering the usual curve of the epidemic: nor has the disease been more prevalent or persistent in those communities with the courage to resist such demands.”
  • As evidenced by the recent Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling, lockdowns of this sort imposed by state governments are unconstitutional.
  • As reported by the Gateway Pundit, a German study found that every coronavirus victim had a serious, previous illness, mostly cancer, lung disease, morbid obesity or smoking-related illnesses.

The disinformation from institutional sources on Covid19, especially from the WHO and the CDC, is completely unforgivable. They have only compounded their lies by lying yet again.  As Dr. Deborah Birx put it recently, “There is nothing from the CDC that I can trust.” The larger question, though, is why did we ever trust them in the first place?


“New rule: The next time we have a worldwide pandemic, we have to come up with a better solution than everyone becomes Howie Mandel…I worry that the last two months…have given people the idea that the way for humans to win our million-year war with microbes is to avoid them completely. And I’m here to tell you: You can’t. The key to beating COVID isn’t dining through glass or never going to a concert or a ball game again. It’s your immune system.”  – Bill Maher





If you know me, you know that I hate polls.  Hate them with a passion. After all, what did the polls show us running up to the 2016 presidential election?

Well, you already know the answer to that so I don’t think that I need to rehash that one. So, silly season is upon us again so I think it’s only apropos that I make my obligatory comment about the polls and what’s wrong with them.

CNN just released its latest poll. The poll included approximately 1,000 of supposedly random respondents. The results of the poll was based strictly on how the people answered the poll questions and it was assumed that people answered truthfully and that the questions themselves were not biased. It also assumed that the selection of the 1,000 people was also unbiased. Those are all big ifs.

However, here’s a couple of specific things you can watch for when polls are released. The devil is in the details.  For example in the CNN poll, it was assumed that more Democrats would vote than Republicans (based on how the people identified themselves). The resulting bias in the poll was that Democratic voters would outnumber Republican voters by 30%. Thirty per-cent!

Then, too, presidential election polls tend to highlight national polling results when the election is determined by the aggregate of the individual state elections. To be accurate, poll results should be aggregated by state and then weighted for their “electoral college vote” numbers. To say that nationally people favor a certain candidate by a certain percentage masks the actual way that votes will be counted on election day.

It matters not that a Democratic candidate is going to carry California or that a Republican candidate is going to carry Texas.  We all know that’s what is going to happen. As we saw from the 2016 election, it’s only the so-called battleground states that will determine who will win the election. In 2016, those battleground states were Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan. Yet, in the CNN poll they included 15 states in the battleground category.  For example, states like Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Virginia, Maine and Nevada were included as battleground states even though they have voted Democratic in at least each of the last three presidential elections. This biases any battleground state polling results.

Growing up in Chicago taught me one thing. Democrats would always win (at least in Chicago that is). It was easy to take the pulse of the city just by talking to the “man on the street.” Of course, polls would say that the so-called man on the street may not vote come November. That’s true enough, but the man on the street has his finger on the pulse of the city.

However, the man on the street is much harder to find these days. He has sort of blended in to the fabric of our communities. One place you can usually find them, though, is at political rallies. That’s why the one poll worth watching relates to voter enthusiasm.  It tells you which camp is really excited about their candidate and the issues.  That’s assuming, of course, that the poll isn’t biased for some reason. With respect to polls, the only sure thing is that liars figure and figures lie.


The Coronavirus Pandemic War continues to rage on, except now some doctors admit that they can’t even tell us if it’s really a coronavirus. The problem is that COVID19 doesn’t act like a coronavirus. Here’s a link to a related article (  

Coronavirus patients are actually suffocating to death, which is something a coronavirus is not known to do. Ventilators previously thought to be a critical part of the coronavirus treatment are not being used because they are not effective, maybe because it’s not a coronavirus. In fact, patients on ventilators die at a much higher frequency than patients not on ventilators.

An article from PJ Media, talks about the fact that almost half of the COVID19 fatalities happened in nursing homes. The reason is that only old people with preexisting conditions have a mortality rate that is even worth discussing. This from the article: “Professor Mark Woolhouse, an expert in infectious diseases in Scotland, led a study that determined current lockdown restrictions could be easily lifted as long the most vulnerable populations are left protected. According to Woolhouse, for the non-vulnerable population, the coronavirus is comparable to a ‘nasty flu.’” Here’s a link to the full article (  

So, what is COVID19 then? Well, the research is ongoing but it appears that COVID19 was man-made. Here’s a link to a related article ( According to Dr. Andrew Kaufman, COVID19 is not even a virus.  It’s something called an exosome. According to Dr. Kaufman, “They haven’t been able to successfully isolate the COVID19 virus, so we don’t know if it really exists, because they haven’t been able to prove it.” If true, germ theory would literally go out the window. Here’s a link to an interview of Dr. Kaufman (  

Usually, health officials learn about new diseases by monitoring the stats. They look for something called “excess mortality.” However excess mortality never happened because world and U.S. fatalities, even with the coronavirus, are about the same as they’ve been in recent years. As late as January 29, 2020, Dr. Fauci was telling the Today Show that the coronavirus was nothing to worry about. Two weeks later, he said that there would be about 2 million deaths in this country and that we had to shut it all down. The whole reason for locking down the nation had to do with faulty projections based on a flawed computer model, rather than on excess mortality stats. As a result, Dr. Fauci is getting a lot of pushback. At a recent coronavirus task force meeting, Dr. Deborah Birx had this to say, “There is nothing from the CDC that I can trust.” Here’s the links to related articles: and



However, even though Dr. Fauci has admitted that the initial projections were seriously flawed, he still says that things can’t go back to normal until a vaccine is developed. Interestingly enough, one of the things that scientists have discovered is that COVID19 cannot survive in sunlight or warm temperatures.  Here’s the link to the article: Seems, then, that we don’t need a vaccine after all.

Now that the CDC has admitted that Covid19 is no worse than the flu, can anyone explain to me why we’re still locked down?

No doubt, if we fully reopen the country, it will result in additional people getting sick (and some of them dying, especially if they’re old and have preexisting medical conditions). No doubt. However, if you think the estimated fatalities from Covid19 are scary, you should see the estimated deaths that recent scientific studies show for societies that are locked down. It might sober you up a bit.

Of course, what’s true for Covid19 is also true for the flu each and every flu season. Yet, the world has never been locked down for a flu…ever… not even for pandemics such as the Asian Flu or the Swine Flu. We even held the infamous Woodstock Festival during the Hong Kong Flu pandemic in 1968. It killed more people in this country than the combined total number of American fatalities during both the Vietnam and Korean Wars.

Yet, here we are today wondering how this all happened.  One thing is for sure, though, if the CDC had never called for a lockdown in March on grossly overstated fatality projections, we wouldn’t be locked down right now. Since the CDC has, in effect, admitted that calling for a lockdown was a mistake (since COVID19 is no worse than the flu), why do they still insist on us being locked down.

No doubt, the reason relates to what Gavin Newsom, Governor of California, said about reopening his state. That is, the State of California will not return to normal until there is a vaccine. A fully-tested vaccine may take years and, in any event, there has never been a vaccine that has stopped a virus…ever. The pandemic myth is that only vaccines will keep us all safe…mandatory vaccines at that… courtesy of Bill Gates and big pharma no doubt.

In addition to vaccines, there will also be permanent restrictions to your personal freedoms to prevent the spread of a possible new virus, something not to different than what George Orwelll predicted in1984. However, the sheeple will never know what hit them as they will be sleeping through another episode of The Bachelor or Game of Thrones. That’s how they are able to sell the myth.