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What a fake world we currently live in #rant #Covid19 #Trump #DarkWinter #Sheeple

You will notice that English is not my mother tongue. So why not ranting in German? Because you can’t do it. The German language is not able to tell people to go f*ck yourself without being seen as a jerk who has no idea what he is talking about. The American English is the perfect language to say what’s on your mind, without thinking too much about crossing the line of a civilized speech. And the best part of it most of the German-speaking people won’t bother to read an English article. It’s too cumbersome. My hope is, that this rant will reach the right people with the right mindset. I don’t need no sheeple. Period.

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Why does this blog endorse Donald Trump? Because the Best is yet to come! #Election2020 #USA

What a year this is. Today, the imprisoned and masked citizens of the whole western world are looking to Washington, hoping for a red wave sweeping across the United States. Like the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the New York Post, I endorse Donald „I am freezing my ass off for you“ Trump for 4 more years. Why, you may ask? Because I can and I like winning, winning, winning.

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The one Problem with #covid19: Where is the proof?

I try to make it as brief as possible. The so-called pandemic of Corona (Covid-19) has scientific and logical flaws. As I will show, there is no way that scientists in Wuhan were able to make a case for a new flu like illness and a specific virus as underlying cause. Therefor all the testing is meaningless and could only serve a political purpose. There you have it.

So, what now? It seems Elon Musk destroyed the covid-19 test narrative with one tweet.

TLTR#1: It’s not possible to diagnose a patient with Corona (Covid-19) without a test. So how did the Chinese scientists in Wuhan prove that the newly found virus caused a „specific“ illness when we now know that there are healthy persons who tested positive for the virus? It’s not enough to show that the „virus“ grew in a Petri dish. First, it’s not possible to isolate a virus and second of all, in the unnatural process to „grow a virus“, there are a lot of chemicals and toxic ingredients involved. This doesn’t tell us how „this very virus“ would behave in a living organism or why there are „asymptomatic“ cases out there, and it doesn’t fulfill Koch’s Postulates

TLTR#2: The Chinese virologists couldn’t use a RT-PCR-test to find some mysterious „new virus“. They needed the RNA sequence of that very virus in order to find it in the sample („matrix“). Where did they get this crucial information? My guess is from the lab in Wuhan, courtesy of CDC.

TLTR#3: The germ theory is flawed and should be scientifically questioned before corrupt politicians and bought media can prolong the fear of „contagious killer viruses“ indefinitely and call that „The New Normal“. Next stop in this episode of the twilight zone: The centralized „health pass“ for the whole world.

By the way, this Christmas is cancelled, of course.

Excellent talk between Dr. Andy Kaufman and Dr. Tom Cowan regarding the problems with germ theory and the myth about contagion.

update 11/23/2020: „It can be observed that at Ct = 25, up to 70% of patients remain positive in culture and that at Ct = 30 this value drops to 20%. At Ct = 35, the value we used to report a positive result for PCR, <3% of cultures are positive“. Conclusion of this Oxford University paper: The chance that the person received a “false positive” result is 97% or higher. See also a Portuguese Court ruling, mentioning this scientific paper.

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The new Star Wars Saga: Missed opportunities and the subverted expectations of the puppet masters

So I saw all the episodes of the new Star Wars trilogy at least twice: Episode 7:The Force Awakens (TFA), Episode 8: The Last Jedi (TLJ) and Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker (TRS). I want to take a deeper look at the stories from a writer’s perspective – as I’ve written and published several books I might have some experience to light the discussion-fire regarding the flaws of plot and story in the new trilogy.

Star Wars is the Saturday matinees of our lives rolled into one irresistible fantasy seductive enough to make lifetime movie addicts out of the young and born-again innocents out of the rest of us.
Richard Cuskelly
Film Review, May, 25th 1977

So, The Force Awakens is the first episode of the trilogy and is more or less a rehash of Episode4: A New Hope (ANH) from the original trilogy. Disney, who bought the franchise from George Lucas in 2012, played it safe, hired former Star Wars script writer Lawrence Kasdan and Star Trek soft rebooted franchise director JJ Abrams, who did what he can do best: forming an original material into good looking films (lens flare) with lots of fast paced action (dynamic camerawork) and delivering mystery boxes (TV-Series Lost!) along the way.

Rian Johnson took over for Episode 8: The Last Jedi and disregarded almost all the questions JJ Abrams and TFA left unanswered and subverted the expectations of the audience who believed to get a rip off of one of the best Star Wars movies: Episode 5: The Empire strikes back. Instead, Rian Johnson played it risky and turned beloved Star Wars tropes upside down. The film divided the fan base and was so hated that Disney and LucasFilm played it safe again for the last episode of the new trilogy: The Rise of Skywalker.

They hired again JJ Abrams who almost undid TLJ, gave the fans what they wanted and Rian Johnson the middle finger: a very fast paced action adventure, similar plot like Episode 6: Return of the Jedi and a well known villain. Despite the fan service, all is not good again. It’s a mixed bag now. It will be seen how Disney can handle the backlash of the fans and the diminishing box office revenues:

  • TFA = domestic opening: 248 Mio ($ 2 Billion worldwide)
  • TLJ =  domestic opening: 220 Mio ($ 1.3 Billion worldwide)
  • TRS = domestic opening: 177 Mio 

And now let’s dive into the problems of the new trilogy.

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Review: Terminator Dark Fate – Best mexican Soap-Opera in 2019

To make a long and boring story short, the new Terminator: Dark Fate is a snoozefest. Nothing new, same old in every scene. Compared to the marvelous JOKER, this movie is embarrissing on all fronts. Hollywood is still rehashing old classics with a broad fan base, because money! Disney did it with The Force Awakens, which was a copy of A New Hope and succeeded – the fans wanted a new Star Wars movie so eagerly, that they accepted a copy and paste script. But with The last Jedi things got out of control. So, the production company for the new Terminator thought to play it safe and copy and paste T2 and hire good ol‘ Arnie and Linda Hamilton. But the times they are a changin‘ and the audience doesn’t accept lukewarm cash grabs anymore. We can only hope that Hollywood got the message.

P.S: The mainstream critics see the new Terminator on par with JOKER. Really? I mean, what kind of brain does it need to think that a generic boring action flick with no soul is as good (or bad) as JOKER? I guess something is rotten in mainstream media. Strangely enough the audience scores for Dark Fate are absurdly high, both at Rotten Tomatoes and imdb. I guess, Hollywood got some help from Silicon Valley.

P.S.S: I have a feeling that soon enough, ranting about a movie will be classified as hate speech. More and more movies and tv shows were made with an underlying political message. This kind of propaganda is despised by the audience. The new Batwoman series (CW) gets destroyed by youtube reviewers left and right (this is funny as hell) and the new mediocre Watchmen (HBO) series has nothing to do with the original comic book or movie.