Recommended reading for Vax resisters
I suppoze youall know there’s a new interview with Steve Quayle at usawatchdog.com
SQ has always been on the fringes and pushing the envelope, especially of Biblical history and prophecy. I learned a lot about giants and banned history from him.
He mentioned John Deagle. I forget how long ago I found the site, deagle.com. It discusses worldwide military hardware, not something I am particularly interested in. However, there is a section dealing with predictions about many countries, the specific year has always been, 2025. I check the site every few years. The statistical information was updated in 2019, and with post covid commentary. The info is harder to understand, now tho, because he does not explain the column headings. From the past, I remembered the first column is population in millions. The prediction for the US has always been, almost unbelievably, grim. Still is.
USofA. Population 2019: 332million. World ranking #1. or #2.
Population 2025: 99million. World ranking: #8.
Watch your six.
Reading list. These are all excellent books, very well researched.
Suzanne Humphries, Dissolving Illusions
Dr Humphries’ website is also a good resource even though it is in disrepair at the moment. This is the archive. She is also active on Facebook and her Youtube channel. I’m surprised she was not booted long ago but she’s been relatively quiet during C19
Most people here will have read of the Stanford Prison experiment. It demonstrates how people will readily assume societal roles especially under pressure. The vexed people are behaving like the “prison guards” to force compliance. Rational thought has no place.
The experiment had to come to an end after five days even though it was meant to last two weeks. Some of the participants had mental breakdowns due to the circumstances. This was the eventual end of the Stanford Prison Experiment.
Dr. Phillip Zimbardo paid volunteers to take part in the experiment. They were randomly assigned to be guards and inmates. Dr. Zimbardo made sure to keep the experiment as real as possible from getting real cops to go and arrest the inmates to making the cells realistic.
The study was conducted to see whether guards had sadistic personalities or the situational circumstances brought out the worst in them. He took mentally stable individuals for his experiment to see how the prison environment would affect them. It did prove the point it was trying to make, but at some cost to the participants.
The participants ended up taking their roles very seriously.
The prison guards started becoming cruel to the inmates. They woke up the prisoners for count at random times of the night to make the inmates familiar with their numbers. They insulted the prisoners and gave them physical punishment, such as push-ups.
The prisoners soon started revolts, which the guards brought under control by giving them solitary-confinement. Some inmates were given special privileges if they sided with the guards to break the solidarity between prisoners.
Even with all this happening and some inmates starting to have emotional breakdowns, the study was not bought to an end. Until Christina Maslach came and saw what was being done to the volunteers and consulted Dr. Zimbardo about it.
This study showed that people will conform to their social roles, especially when those roles are strongly stereotyped.
This is why the government continues their campaign so hard….enough outside, authoritarian pressure, and most will buckle. “Vaccinated are intelligent good citizens interested in protecting others. Anti-vaxxers are selfish, conspiracy theory nuts and have no rights in a civilized society.” You cannot combat idiocy (vaccinated, deceived) with truth (unvaccinated, who actually read the science.)
I agree wholeheartedly with the idea of just keeping a low profile and not challenging the true believers.
But as a more practical note, anyone know a good place to get a bootleg blank vac card? Being somewhat older, I remember a time and place when people weren’t so damn straight laced. For giggles, I still have my fake ID from when I was underage and wanted to go to the clubs. I saw a friend’s vac card and it’s got zero counterfeit security measures. Isn’t it easiest to just get one of those and avoid the hassle?
This is not going to last.. they are going to facial req and completely digital soon! Welcome to CHYNA!!!!! boohahahahhahahahhahahhaha (said in a very evil voice)
But as a more practical note, anyone know a good place to get a bootleg blank vac card?
One of the problems is this. I was told by my brother-in-law that they apply some sort of stamp to the card. I have not seen his card as of yet. I don’t know if the stamp has some sort of unique watermark or other characteristic. But that may be a problem.
It seems to be pretty obvious that vaccine passports were planned some time ago and implementation is only a matter of time. This being the case, I would not be surprised if resistance was actually anticipated and that countermeasures were planned to thwart any resistance.
However, if mass vaccination “goes south” with huge adverse effects occurring, then the vaccine passport idea may be dropped.
I am adopting a “wait and see” approach.
>>> I was told by my brother-in-law that they apply some sort of stamp to the card.
I suggest going to garage sales and estate sales and looking around for stuff.
Like any tool that is used to stamp paper, ID’s, etc.
Sort of like counterfeiting $$$ … but different.
People will be posting pics of their Vax docs online.
Thanks for the thoughtful replies to my comment.
Couple of points I’d like to make. A good friend got her first vaccine and asked if I wanted to see her card. Of course I did! There wasn’t any stamp, it was hand written and the only information that you’d have to get “right” is the lot number of the vaccine. So if you can see even one vac card, you’d know to copy a lot number that looks legit. The lack of security on the card is a joke. I’m hoping if you don’t make waves, it will be possible to use the vac card to get whatever they roll out as a passport.
About the great security that everyone is worried about, it has been my life experience that the official channels of the U.S. gov are far less competent and rigorous in verifying info than you’d think. Obviously don’t want to get into too much specifics, but I had to submit an application and lots of documentation to a department you’d think would know everything about me. Especially the documentation which would be public record. On some paperwork way back on the food chain I made an honest error filling something out. I caught the error later and figured it was best to just leave it be. It was never caught which meant no one ever bothered to verified my information.
I good friend of mine worked for the fed gov’t processing immigration cases. She was constantly amazed at how slipshod this is done. It’s not just a few bad employees, lots of this is a matter of policy.
I suspect there will be much more voluntary compliance than careful checking involved in whatever they roll out. The intimidation of making us think they’ve got this down is part of the scam, IMHO.
I think Permie girl is probably right. The “dark web” will likely be a free-for-all for counterfeit vax ID. With a little bit of initiative you probably could get a reasonably legit looking card…or even maybe an app that mimics the digital passport.
For my money, there is more of a principle at stake here that goes a little beyond my own convenience. I think there is more to gain, ultimately, in open refusal to carry the passport and be vaxxed. By counterfeiting it you are, in a way, acknowledging that you accept it. You’re goin along with it, just in a sneaky way.
Its kind of like if a bully at school wants to beat you up, you put on a disguise and sneak out the side door. Sure, you’ve avoided the beating [ this time ] but you still submitted. Nothing has changed, and what will you do tomorrow or the next day? My strategy is to show up and stand in front of the bully, take the beating, spit blood in his eye and smile. The next day I’ll be waiting for him in the morning for my beating, and then again after school…when he’s tired I’ll be there challenging him. When he’s sick he’ll have to deal with me. On his birthday I’ll be there. If I see him outside of school on the weekend he’ll have to fight me.
All this until the very sight of me horrifies him. I wont be satisfied until HE puts on a disguise and sneaks out the side door.
Thats my take on it anyway. The only way to really defeat this is to openly reject it and challenge the very assumption of the thing. Counterfeiting and sneaking around it is accepting its assumption [ and strengthening it by the very act of acknowledging the need for deception ]. In the long run they’ll just find ways to make it impossible to forge and those loopholes will be closed.
Read The Chocolate War.
The only way to really defeat this is to openly reject it and challenge the very assumption of the thing. Counterfeiting and sneaking around it is accepting its assumption [ and strengthening it by the very act of acknowledging the need for deception ]. In the long run they’ll just find ways to make it impossible to forge and those loopholes will be closed.
This. Accepting the premise takes away the option to reject it for all those who come after you.
Our founders stood up for liberty at great personal cost. We must do the same.