“The most striking difference between ancient and modern sophists is that the ancients were satisfied with a passing victory of the argument at the expense of truth, whereas the moderns want a more lasting victory at the expense of reality.” Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) (p9)

Our lives have been hijacked by insane predictions.

Three years ago, on March 16, 2020, the governments of both the United States and United Kingdom explicitly based their decisions to ‘lock down’ their populations on the forecasts of the epidemiology modeling team at Imperial College-London (ICL), led by the physicist Neil Ferguson, forecasts which proved to be exaggerated by hundreds, thousands or even (in the case of Taiwan) millions of percentage points depending on the country, but irrespective of policy decisions taken in response to the alleged pandemic — the worst performance record of any major epidemiology model.

The ICL forecasts were just the latest in a series of predictions made over the previous decade. In May 2010, the Rockefeller Foundation’s report ‘Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development’ was published in cooperation with the Global Business Network of futurologist Peter Schwartz. Among its futuristic scenarios, there was one entitled ‘LOCK STEP: A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback.’

Using a future-historical narrative voice, the authors outline the scenario:

“In 2012, the pandemic that the world had been anticipating for years finally hit. Unlike 2009’s H1N1, this new influenza strain — originating from wild geese — was extremely virulent and deadly. Even the most pandemic-prepared nations were quickly overwhelmed when the virus streaked around the world, infecting nearly 20 percent of the global population and killing 8 million in just seven months…”

That figure of 8 million turns out to have been fairly accurate, at least in terms of the artificially exaggerated total of deaths that are being blamed on the covid pandemic. The scenario is also accurate in terms of the authoritarian response to the alleged pandemic — lockdowns, broken supply chains, mandatory masking, the gleeful resort to authoritarianism and the fascistic othering of those too savvy to submit to the injections.

In the week leading up to the inauguration of Donald Trump on 20th January 2017, Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, warned the world that a ‘surprise outbreak’ would occur during the Trump administration. The announcement was made in a keynote speech entitled ‘Pandemic Preparedness in the Next Administration’ at Georgetown University Medical Center.

“There is no question,” said Dr Fauci, “that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases. Both chronic infectious diseases in the sense of already ongoing disease, and we have certainly a large burden of that, but also there will be a surprise outbreak.”

Will be.

A surprise.

But not to him.

On 27th April 2018, vaccine Messiah and ‘strategic philanthropist’ Bill Gates delivered the Shattuck Lecture in Boston, Massachusetts. Basing his remarks on a study by his own Institute for Disease Modelling, Gates predicted that an outbreak of ‘a highly contagious and lethal airborne pathogen – like the 1918 flu’ – would leave 33,000,000 dead, that figure suggesting a signal to Masonic cadres worldwide.

Eighteen months later, on 18th October 2019, the Gates Foundation in collaboration with the World Economic Forum hosted a multimedia global pandemic exercise — ‘Event 201’ — at John Hopkins University’s Center for Health Security. The outcome of s simulation was over 65,000,000 dead, or nearly 66 million, as the signalling continued.

Gates repeated his dire warnings in a Netflix Documentary called The Next Pandemic, released on the 7th November 2019 as part of its ‘Explained’ series, and this time he even specified a novel coronavirus instead of vague talk about ‘super-pathogens’. Not only that, but the film-makers visited a ‘wet market’ in Lianghua, Guangdong, China, describing it as a ‘Disease X factory’. Over images of freshly killed creatures stacked together, the voice-over explains: ‘All the while, their viruses are mixing and mutating, increasing the odds that one finds its way to humans.’

“It’s very strange,” said co-director Doug Shultz, quoted in the LA Times on 1st April 2020, “to look back and see that we sort of took this trip through exactly what is happening right now.”

So it was of great interest to me, reading Hannah Arendt’s The Origins of Totalitarianism in 2020, to find a series of observations about the special role of prediction in the modus operandi of both the National Socialist and Soviet leaderships.

“Totalitarian propaganda raised ideological scientificality and its technique of making statements in the form of predictions to a height of efficiency of method and absurdity of content because, demogogically speaking, there is hardly a better way to avoid discussion than by releasing an argument from the control of the present and by saying that only the future will reveal its merits.” (p346)

It’s an aspect of the leadership principle, of course — the leader is always right, and when he is wrong, reality must be altered to make him right again. That of course is one of Winston Smith’s main tasks at the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four: checking that all Party announcements are in line with Big Brother’s predictions, and when they are not, retrospectively altering those predictions to bring them in line with the Party’s announcements. Orwell’s analysis of totalitarianism is very much in accord with Arendt’s.

“The chief qualification of a mass leader has become unending infallibility,” wrote Arendt; “he can never admit an error. The assumption of infallibility, moreover, is based not so much on superior intelligence as on correct interpretation of the essentially reliable forces in history or nature, forces which neither defeat nor ruin can prove wrong because they are bound to assert themselves in the long run. Mass leaders in power have one concern which overrides all utilitarian considerations: to make their predictions come true.” (p348 )

Hitler’s claimed superiority of ideological movements over political parties was premised on the fact that ideologies always ‘proclaim their infallibility’ (Mein Kampf Book II. chapter V ‘Weltanschauung and Organization’). Some of their predictions might seem wildly out of touch with reality, and indeed “Before mass leaders seize the power to fit reality to their lies, their propaganda is marked by its extreme contempt for facts as such, for in their opinion fact depends entirely on the power of the man who can fabricate it.” (p350) But “Once the movements have come to power, they proceed to change reality in accordance with their ideological claims.” (p470)

To ‘change reality’ might sound somewhat metaphysical, but it isn’t. Arendt gives a series of examples ranging from the mundane to the mass-murderous:

“Totalitarianism will not be satisified to assert, in the face of contrary facts, that unemployment does not exist; it will abolish unemployment payments as part of its propaganda.” (p341)

“When they [the Nazis] liquidated the greater part of the Polish intelligentsia, they did it not because of its opposition, but because according to their doctrine Poles had no intellect…” (p342)

“The most famous example is Hitler’s announcement to the German Reichstag in January, 1939: ‘I want today once again to make a prophecy: In case the Jewish financiers . . . succeed once more in hurling the peoples into a world war, the result will be . . . the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe.’ Translated into non-totalitarian language, this meant: I intend to make war and I intend to kill the Jews of Europe.” (p349)

“The Nazis did not hesitate to use, at the end of the war, the concentrated force of their still intact organisation to bring about as complete a destruction of Germany as possible, in order to make true their prediction that the German people would be ruined in case of defeat.” (p349)

“Similarly Stalin, in the great speech before the Central Committee of the Communist Party in 1930 in which he prepared the physical liquidation of intraparty right and left deviationists, described them as representatives of ‘dying classes.’ This definition not only gave the argument its specific sharpness but also announced, in totalitarian style, the physical destruction of those whose ‘dying out’ had just been prophesied. In both instances the same objective is accomplished: the liquidation is fitted into a historical process in which man only does or suffers what, according to immutable laws, is bound to happen anyway. As soon as the execution of the victims has been carried out, the ‘prophecy’ becomes a retrospective alibi: nothing happened but what had already been predicted.” (p349)

In the totalitarian movement which now seeks to establish its own thousand year reich, the sacerdotal role of the Leader has generalised itself to an ‘expert’ class, rather than a single charismatic figure. The individuals we might see as drivers of the current movement — infinitely uninspiring non-entities like Gates, Schwaab, Fauci — are infinitely disposible compared to Hitler and Stalin, obviously — and in any case Arendt argues that the leader cult is not an inherent feature of totalitarianism but hangover from previous despotisms.

“The so-called ‘leader principle’ is in itself not totalitarian; it has borrowed certain features from authoritarianism and military dictatorship which have greatly contributed toward obscuring and belittling the essentially totalitarian phenomenon.” (p364)

The infallibility principle still applies, however, with the “striking success of posing as a mere interpreting agent of predictable forces” encouraging in the totalitarians “the habit of announcing their political intentions in the form of prophecy.” (p349) The reason this is of such importance is that totalitarian ideology derives its authority from correct interpretation of impersonal historical and natural forces — thus Marxism-Leninism claimed the correct interpretation of inevitable historical forces; National Socialism claimed the same for natural forces expressed in race. It is the priest-like role thus conferred on the interpreters of history and nature that gives totalitarian systems their religious connotation.

The narratives of the current totalitarian movement, the phantom threats used to justify the radical restructuring of society on a totalitarian technocratic model, relate to inevitable natural forces. The emergence of novel infectious diseases, we are told by supranational organisations across the board, is made inevitable by “increasing population density, human mobility, and ecological change.” (CEPI)

“One of the major drivers of the emergence of infectious disease is closer human contact with wildlife, primarily caused by human encroachment into, and modification of, wildlife habitat. As the human population continues to grow, our needs for space and resources result in further encroachment into a diminishing natural world. For example, Nipah virus spilled over from fruit bats when forest was cleared for pig farming; Ebola virus outbreaks often are linked to hunting for ‘bushmeat’ or to mining development; and the AIDS pandemic originated from human encroachment into African forests for food.” (NIH)

But what is more likely as a vector — encroachment on forested habitats (where humans have always lived), or the weaponisation of bat and monkey viruses through gain-of-function ‘research’ sourcing new pathogens from animals and adapting them to infect humans? The answer is rather obvious.

The notion of ‘spillover’ zoonotic virus has been deliberately entangled in the public mind with climate change, and this nexus is repeatedly touted by the likes of Fauci, Tedros and Gates. The idea of ‘nature’s revenge’ for habitat destruction is merely the Official Science Fiction: the wave on wave of epidemics we must expect are the ‘Revenge of Gaia’.

“This idea of zoonotic spillover is so exaggerated,” asserts Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense president-on-leave. “This is just pure fear mongering.” But it doesn’t matter that most of these predictions come to nothing — like the literally hundreds of doomsday climate predictions left unfulfilled — they all contribute to a generalised paranoia focused on forces of nature which only the totalitarian priesthood can fathom. We can trace this psychological attack from its beginnings in the document known as the Report from Iron Mountain (On the Possibility and Desirability of Peace) and the Club of Rome’s Limits to Growth through to James Lovelock’s The Revenge of Gaia.

“Covid-19 was a warning shot from the whole of nature to our species,” said Aaron Bernstein, a doctor at Harvard’s Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment. (Guardian)

But as we learn from Arendt, totalitarianism is not wedded to its ideology — it merely uses it to gain power. It demands that you believe 2+2=5 but that doesn’t mean that the Party believes any such thing. It derives its power from the lie: “The propaganda of the totalitarian movement … serves to emancipate thought from experience and reality…” (p471). The movement cares nothing about Nature; rather, it wants to destroy it and recreate it to its own specifications.

There exists, now, a wide range of deniable technologies that can be used to create the predictive loops beloved of totalitarians: stratospheric particle injection and other weather modification technologies, electro-magnetic frequencies, injectable mRNA and nano-technologies all have a part to play in leading citizens of the West into the false reality of Gaia’s Revenge.

Thus the megafires currently afflicting Canada are supposed to be a dramatic confirmation of all their predictions about global warming. The weak-minded public easily buys the equation of higher temperatures with increased forest fires. In fact acreage destroyed by fire — like the incidence of natural disasters including floods and hurricanes — is decreasing, as are deaths from such disasters, as we would expect in a warmer world. But facts can’t get through the wall of images: these hundred-foot funnels of flame, fires burning with an intensity the firefighters have never experienced. It’s obvious: the world’s burning up, just like they said it would. What more convincing illustration of a planet burning up from unnatural heat could you ask for? The masses after all are impressed not by fact or data but by images.

However it is not carbon dioxide which desiccates forests and accelerates these firestorms; instead we should look to the incendiary properties of aluminium, which now saturates every system on our planet, the water table, the air column, the rain and the snow, the soil and the oceans, and the bodies of every living creature. Aluminium oxide and iron are the main ingredients of thermite — the incendiary used to cut steel at 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit — and both are present, in nano-form, in the aerosol trails, as are barium and magnesium, both highly inflammable. Is it any wonder then that vegetation saturated with these metals burns with such intensity? Or that seven out of ten of the most destructive fires in Californian history have happened in the last five years? The inception of such fires often appears highly suspicious to those observing the satellite imagery — for example, multiple ignition points occurring simultaneously, as happened with the recent fires in Southern Quebec, suggesting the use of directed energy weapons or simpler fire-seeding devices.

So yes, it’s arson, but on a much, much bigger scale and higher technological level than a few wackos with lighters.

A World Government, the WEF tells us, will prevent future wild fires. In non-totalitarian language, this means “Only when you give us the power we demand will we stop making this happen.” Yes, they will burn the planet to convince you it’s too hot.

Those in the know can’t resist the self-aggrandisement of posing as the prophet, the infallible interpreter of natural forces, and reveal themselves through their serial-killer narcissism. But these are not prophecies, and they’re not threats — they are promises.

“Pandemic #2… I’d say… will get attention this time.”

The self-fulfilling prophecy, and Gates’ smug inverted grin, still hang in the air.


  1. Weather station satellite photos show the Canadian fires starting pretty much simultaneously beneath cloudless skies during daylight hours. Hundreds of miles between them. We are told lightning strikes are cause. ‘Cuz you know, DEW’s don’t exist, do they?

    Snake vs. Lizard. Small black snake, big lizard locked jaws this afternoon and have been rolling around in the sweltering heat for hours outside my house. Couldn’t tell which one was predator and which was prey. After a quite a long time it seemed the lizard was the one losing energy as the snake, at will, rotated the listless body of the lizard until the snake finally let go thinking the lizard was dead enough to eat. It wasn’t. The lizard let go & ran off, albeit a bit dazedly and missing most of its’ tail. The snake slithered after it, losing sight of it but still catching its’ trail slowly, steadily, stealthily, never giving up, patient to the extreme. I gave up watching. They must be out there still at it.

    Is this not precisely what is playing out before us? Reptile vs. reptile? The smaller one, substantially more cunning and persistent, preying on the bigger one?

    Nobody is ever going to convince me that humanity, taken as a single, whole organism ain’t nothin’ but a big, cold-blooded, dumb-ass lizard endlessly getting chased around by a small cunning snake that knows precisely the movements of its’ prey. And as well precisely how to go about capturing it.

    And just like Snake vs. Lizard, it’s kind of fascinating to watch. For a while, that is. Then you realize that it pretty much goes on forever and you don’t really care who wins. It’s just nature doing what nature does. If you are a human being, it’s because you’ve discovered & driven out the reptile within. Well done. From then on, you are neither predator nor are you prey. You just leave them be and go live your life to the extent that you can whilst living amongst all these slick and scaly reptiles rolling around together in the dry, dusty dirt.

    But hey, at least real snake vs. lizard battles don’t take entire forests down with them like we do. Sheesh.

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