Children of the Corn

We are children of the corn. We idolize a dead body staked in the field. Every morning, the minister hangs up a new scarecrow. It matters not the cause of death. All the village wants is to hunt those who don’t believe. The Corona shows us the ones missing a shadow. Their reflection has no witness. These vampires with their needles think they live forever by turning us into them. What is a corporation but a walking corpse? Policy zombies immune from liability erring on the side of caution to the extreme. The same lips tell us there are too many people, clutch pearls at the implication they would conspire for the betterment of global fatigue. They pass needles like candy in Seattle. Community organizers have dedicated themselves to the eradication of survival. Ten years ago, I had 100% health insurance for $99/month. Three years ago the word Hospital meant “House of charity.” Now you can’t get a kidney transplant without a corporate vaccine.

Eugenics burns our genetic groves for Zion. They will cleanse the fear of forests by chopping down every tree. Foreskins on sticks in the park showcase a commitment to sanitation. Puss injections from the hooves of horses passed from the pulpits of priests. Hanging is safe and effective, too. It’s as horrendous as it ever was but now the window is open. Fresh daisies adorn the butcher’s window sill. Their subtle, yellow petals carve out the first rays of dawn. The government stews about feral cats in the woods. Every sneeze is their doing. Every calamity is their fault. The scapegoat must be eradicated every harvest. The Passover Lamb is called forth every spring.

We are the children of corn, and squash, and beans. Civilization has promoted us to a rabies vector species. How would you peacefully, safely, effectively, eradicate the wildlings? Vaccines are fangs from an ancient predator. Its history is so dark, they won’t teach it in school. The nurses committing eugenics right now are no less evil than the veterans destroying homes from a drone. Government is the terrorism of someone-should-do-something. All that matters is doing something. It doesn’t even need to be the right thing.

Download the compiled list of 685 Pharma criminal and civil convictions summarized by category for vaccine manufacturers. Keep in mind, these companies are granted complete criminal and civil immunity from anything they do under the category of vaccines so none of these cases include vaccine injury, fraud, misrepresentation, anti-trust, or eugenics. These are only verdicts from an official court post-2000. Companies include AbbVie, Amgen, AstraZeneca, Bavarian Nordica, Biontech / Astellas Pharmaceuticals, Bristol Myers Squibb, Dynavax, Emergent, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, Merck, Moderna / Eli Lilly, Pfizer, Purdue, Roche, Sanofi, Seqirus / Novartis, Takeda, and Teva.

Pharma Rap Sheet Summary

  • fraud … 77 cases … $ 28,681,828,000.00
  • False Claims … 281 cases … $ 26,788,783,298.00
  • health violation … 48 cases … $ 1,001,249.00
  • conspiracy … 2 cases … $ 8,356,000,000.00
  • kickbacks … 75 cases … $ 8,997,459,592.00
  • bribery … 53 cases … $ 4,520,386,940.00
  • violation … 447 cases … $ 14,498,161,508.00
  • falsification … 10 cases … $ 130,890,797.00
  • deficiencies … 23 cases … $ 353,580,000.00
  • consumer protection cases … 30 … $ 1,862,571,934.00
  • Corrupt … 27 cases … $ 2,321,769,998.00
  • sanction … 7 cases … $ 32,343,600.00
  • price-fixing … 35 cases … $ 1,111,065,084.00
  • anti-competitive … 32 cases … $ 1,049,366,534.00
  • safety … 94 cases … $ 5,496,792,018.00
  • felony … 3 cases … $ 8,633,000,000.00
  • criminal … 61 cases … $ 28,296,410,197.00
  • civil … 75 cases … $ 29,528,133,771.00

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Alex J Fabre
Alex J Fabre
29 days ago

Wow is all I can say. I am so thankful for paying attention and still having the ability and will to critically think for myself. Such a rare quality to have these days

Lorraine Hoff
Lorraine Hoff(@libralora)
1 month ago

Thank you! I can relate on many levels and I truly appreciate your wisdom and have helped me learn much. Keep on keeping on

Hugh Kean
Hugh Kean(@dakealo)
1 month ago

“Observe, I do not mean to suggest that the custom of lying has suffered any decay or interruption — no, for the lie, as virtue, as principle, is eternal; the Lie, as a recreation, a solace, a refuge in time of need, the fourth Grace, the tenth Muse, man’s best and surest friend, is immortal, and cannot perish from the earth while this club remains.

My complaint, simply concerns the decay of the art of lying. No high-minded man, no man of right feeling, can contemplate the lumbering and slovenly lying of the present day without grieving to see a noble art so prostituted.

If this finest of the fine art arts had everywhere received the attention, encouragement, and conscientious practice and development which this club has devoted to it, I should not need to utter this lament, or cry a single tear. I do not say this to flatter. I say it in a spirit of just and appreciative recognition.”

— Mark Twain

Tres Cherie
Tres Cherie
1 month ago

Wow, James! You have a knack for distilling the truth down to its most primal level, and then delivering your insights about the madness and deep-rooted darkness in such an articulate and poetic fashion that your words will continue to reverberate long into the future, echoing your beauty and intellect independent of, and irrespective to, whatever subject matter is presently at hand!