Why did Germany adopt “field gray” (feldgrau) gray (or grey) uniforms in the two World Wars?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

22nd July, 2022

Easy. It’s in the name Germany.

Anagrams include:

‘Gray men’ and ‘grey man’.

Simples.

P.S. If you want to know more about German uniforms you could probably do worse that to look at this.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniforms_of_the_German_Army_(1935%E2%80%931945)

Balloonatics: Operation Outward – a balloon knocks out a power station near Leipzig, 12th July 1942

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

12th July, 2022

Honest injun it did! Well, according to Wikipedia anyway. It says

On 12 July 1942, a wire-carrying balloon struck a 110 kV power line near Leipzig. A failure in the circuit breaker at the Böhlen power station caused a fire that destroyed the station; this was Outward’s greatest success.

From

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Outward

Amazing! Just shows what bit of ingenuity can do. And at no risk to air crews as it was unmanned.

You can read about it yourselves it is quite fascinating. I had no idea that this went on, although I found out earlier this year so I was aware.

Wikipedia says ‘…they had an economic impact on Germany far in excess of the cost to the British government.’

Rather like all the silly lockdown measures which mucked up the economy and people’s businesses, and the wasted useless PPE and vaccines etc., as opposed to saying to people “‘flu’s coming round as usual we recommend you boost your vitamin C and D” which would have been much, much cheaper and actually effective.

Anyway, I thought I would do a post on the operation as it is very unusual although you will see there have been some other attempts with something similar by other countries.

Quotes from main Wikipedia link unless otherwise stated. I suggest you read the article and refer to my selected passages and comments as desired. If you don’t want to do that, what are you doing here? Still, suit yourself.

1          History and development

It was proposed that bomb laden balloons could be launched from France. Their position would be tracked by radio triangulation and the bombs would be released by radio control when the balloon drifted over a worthwhile target. This plan was never put into action; objections included that “attacks of this nature should not be originated from a cricketing country”

So it just wasn’t cricket what? ‘I say chaps, Jerry is a blighter but we must play up and play the game don’t ch yer know. Give him a fair innings too, let him have his turn.’

Of course this makes no allowance for the fact that the Nazis usually like to build something more expensive and complicated like a rocket, or a very, very big gun.

Or even a whopping great tank called a ‘Maus’, which means mouse! You can look it up.

The Air Ministry initially produced a negative report, possibly because the Ministry of Aircraft Production felt balloons would be ineffective weapons and would consume too many resources.

The Ministry of Aircraft Production was initially run by Lord Beaverbrook. I suggest you look him up. He was, among other things, a press baron. Not, quite frankly a good man, and more to the point perhaps arrogant.

I wonder if he thought it was too cheap and if the government realised it would be cheaper than bombers his department would not get much money. And if proper records weren’t kept, where did the money go exactly?

He should be compared to Stafford Cripps who took over. Again I suggest you look him up.

I see an article comparing Beaverbrook to Pratt Handcock (sic).

https://thecritic.co.uk/the-battle-for-ppe-never-was-so-much-owed-by-so-many-to-so-few/

Or to translate that for the common man, never was so much money spent and wasted for something utterly pointless. Masks etc. don’t work against Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu since re-branding in 2020.

I see ‘The Admiralty took up the idea with more enthusiasm.’ Well, the Navy knows about wind and how to apply it as they are sailors, unlike Beaverbrook who was just windy and uncontrollable, a law unto himself as such men are.

The Admiralty concluded that the balloons could short circuit power lines and with the aid of incendiaries cause forest fires to distract German manpower and resources.

Of course forest fires have been occurring in the States. Have the Nazis/communist been behind this?

Yes. Via their cronies of course.

https://www.ibtimes.sg/did-ccp-start-us-west-coast-fires-rumors-alleging-chinese-party-spreading-social-media-51679

https://the-spark.net/np683603.html

We can’t blame one source, it is a combination of ignorance, mismanagement, greed and deliberate attacks. But don’t blame the Chinese all the time, look to your own house and what is within. The enemy is everywhere and seeks distract you and to divide and conquer.

Carrying on

The Admiralty concluded that the balloons could be produced at very little cost; many of the important parts already existed as surplus materials and despite the needs of conventional barrage balloons, there was plenty of hydrogen gas with which to fill the balloons. The balloons could be used with a small number of British personnel who would face minimal risks.

Takes the Royal Navy to think things through properly. Lateral thinking used, cheap at the price, effective, and lives at very low risk.

2          Design

The balloons used were surplus weather balloons of which the Navy had a stock of 100,000 all carefully stored in French chalk.

Which shows something French can be useful, apart from their wine and cheese! And Gien pottery and Le Creuset cast iron. My wife and I have some of these.

But not their bureaucracy. We have enough of our own. And they can certainly keep Emmanuel ‘God, is he still with us!’ Macron.

Back on subject, apparently these balloons were to carry the following: wire, beer, jelly, socks, lemon, and jam!

Which is a list of 6. Part of 666 perhaps??

2.1      Wire

To short circuit the power lines.

2.2      Beer, jelly and socks

The Germans like beer. Make them drunk perhaps.

I don’t know about Jelly; did the Jerries like Jellies? Make them wobble.

As for socks, well, I suppose this was to ‘sock it’ to them as the saying goes!

2.3      Lemon and jam

Lemon to make the Germans sour. Turn them into sour krauts!

Jam to get them into a sticky mess of course.

3          Deployment

The actual balloon releases took place at the Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club.

This is in Suffolk by the coast on the east of England.

The first launches took place on 20 March 1942. Within days, the British were receiving reports of forest fires near Berlin and Tilsit in East Prussia.

Tilsit is in what is now I understand technically a detached part of Russia and has been renamed. Anyway, it was around 870 miles in a straight line form Felixstowe which is a considerable distance.

This link gives a bit more information

I note ‘Balloon operations could be hazardous, and there were many incidences of launch crew requiring hospital treatment for burns caused by exploding balloons or by mishandling incendiary payloads. The WRNS were equipped with “flash-proof jacket & hood (½ mica & ½ fine copper gauze over the face) + protective cream on hands and fire-proof black gloves”.

Unlike Covid 19 where the wearing of full PPE has been hazardous to nurses and doctors etc. and completely pointless as I mentioned.

Here’s the breakdown of the payloads extracted from the main Wikipedia link.



4          Effects

The wire balloons seemed to have had great success. The Germans tried to shoot down the balloons which used precious fuel and other sources.

The electricity supplies were frequently interrupted.

Then there is the indirect cause of the destruction of a power station. Which perhaps vindicates the chaos theory. Launch a balloon and somewhere you shut down a locality.

In the case of Covid 19 rename the ‘flu and shut down the world. At least shut down some countries, especially those who fought against the Germans in WW2.

It has been very difficult to assess the effect of the incendiary devices, but it is reasonable to assume something useful will have come from them.

5          End of the operation

Well, they reached 1,000 balloons in August 1942 and even got up to 1,800. They were suspended when large scale air raids on Germany were undertaken for I hope obvious reasons.

Mass launches were reduced in May 1944 in the prelude to D-Day due to increased Allied air activity. There was also the issue of tackling the V1 flying bombs.

Summary and conclusions

Well, despite the ‘It’s not cricket!’ cry from some, a cheap crude but effective weapon was used at minimal risk to service personnel.

It will take another post to look at the effectiveness of the aircraft bombing campaign against Germany, but how many lives were unnecessarily lost because somebody thought that bombers were the way to go.

And how much was it fuelled by the greed of those who made money out of the war? Much I am sorry to say.

But nothing changes. The same goes on today. As I have said, the war in Ukraine is as much fuelled by the same, coupled with a largely ignorant populace as to what is really going on.

Indeed, all wars are much about that. It is written

‘You crave what you do not have; you kill and covet, but are unable to obtain it. You quarrel and fight. You do not have, because you do not ask. 3And when you do ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may squander it on your pleasures.’

It is not just wars of guns, tanks and planes but medical wars too. As I mention at the beginning think about all that wasted useless PPE and vaccines etc., causing more harm than good (in the case of vaccines, no good at all only a foolish perception of good).

Anyway, this Covid 19 war is on the turn as I have said before. In North Africa, Rommel, the Rome-el or Rome angel, is stalled and digging in with his army.

There will be some more attempts by him to break through but they will fail.

The war in Russia seems to be going well for the Nazis but it will be their death knell at Stalingrad.

The Japanese were starting to struggle and had by and large reached their furthest extent in their conquests as far as I can gather.

So look up, things are improving, evil is stalling in this Covid 19 war, but there is still much still to do and this time the work must be complete.

Take heart everybody, angels seen and unseen!

P.S. I thought perhaps you might like this.

NENA | 99 Red Balloons [1984] (Official HD Music Video)

This was one of the songs in the ’80s to make a point about the brinkmanship and paranoia/hysteria surrounding the issue of war. The song talks about Nena and the listener buying 99 Balloons in a shop and letting them go, for fun. These balloons show up on the radar as unidentified objects and both sides scramble planes and go to full alert to counteract a perceived nuclear attack, when in fact it is the most childlike of things, a bunch of balloons.

https://www.y101fm.com/features/lifestyle/entertainment/5162-what-is-1984-s-99-red-balloons-all-about

Or if you are a child or have a child like heart like me why not this?

The Wiggles: Dance With Your Balloon | Kids Songs

Second Battle of Kharkov 12th–28th May 1942

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

18th May, 2022

As there are goings on in the Ukraine and can probably be expected to continue for a while to keep the dim from looking at other evils in the world, I thought would do a post on this battle on the eastern front in World War Two.

Kharkov or Kharkiv as some want to call it now, was the focus of attention. The Soviet Union hoped to take it in a two pronged attack.

However, the Germans had decided to destroy the salient the Russians had gained across the river Donets, so the Russians strategy was actually playing into the Germans hands.

What is interesting is that today we see similar goings on in the region. This is a link to what is understood to be the situation on the ground. Whether it is really the case I don’t know. There has been so much distortion of truth, it is difficult to see the wood for the trees.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Kharkiv_(2022)

Anyway, as per usual I shall take a sideways look at the proceedings in WW2. The names and places may bear some resemblance to the real names. We shall see what come of it.

I use this link as a basis and text in italics (if any) will come from it unless otherwise stated.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Battle_of_Kharkov



The Second Battle of Kharkov or Operation Fredericus

Or the second battle for the car keys or Opera-tea-on Fred & Eric (known as US). In other words, a song followed by tea and Fred & Eric are paying.

1          Background

1.1      General situation on the Eastern Front

Now the Germ-man and the Rush-Ian were at loggerheads over the living room they both wanted to use. The Germ-man called it lebens raum, the Rush-Ian called it место обитания or mesto obitaniya.

Or to clarify, the Germ-man was called Ben and said it was Ben’s room, whilst the Rush-Ian said it was ‘mine too, a bit and I yes’ (rough translation). The mesto bit is like ‘mes’ in French meaning ‘my’, so this was part of the MeTo# movement.

Please note that Ben’s country Germ-many, the land of many Germs, was considered the Farterland, where the Farters came from.

And Ian’s country was Rush-here, the Motherland, Родина or Rodina. In reality Rodina was ‘Row diner’ or the row that the two had over who was going to cook diner.

Winter has been tough that year as usual and both were exhausted over the arguments in the latest rounds of lockdown. You know, ‘It’s a hoax, no it isn’t’, that sort of thing.

There was the ruler of the Rushes called Joe Stallin’ as he was always stalling for time and trying to delay his counter-part, the ruler of the Germ-men, A-dolt Hitter (due to his propensity for hitting the stupid or anybody who disagreed with him over the head with a blunt instrument).

Now Joe decided to come off the fence and attack his neighbour A-dolt, who had taken some of his garden in the U-crane.

However, Joe’s advisors (wearing visors against the coronavirus) in the read army staff (they liked reading you see), didn’t like Joe’s idea.

These included Boris-Shap O’ Sneakoff, who would sneak off and have illegal parties despite coronavirus restrictions,I-likes-and-r Vaz-will-love-Sky who liked watching Sky sports for example, and Go-orgy Zoo-cough who got up to something in the local animal sanctuary (don’t ask) and caught Covid 19 in the Fruit bat enclosure.

Vaz-will-love-Sky was hoping the Germ-men’s reserves would run out onto the pitch (he loved football) and was arguing for a defensive strategy.

On the other handZoo-cough thought the Germ-men could carry out their thrusts on two axis, the axident and the v-axident (from their tank the Merck Pfizer), both of which would dent the Rush-Ians badly.

Joe however, was sure that opening a spring by coming off the fence would destabilise the Germ-men before they could get off the fence themselves and attack the cows grazing in the moss, or Mosscow as the locality was known.

1.2      Choosing the strategy

I have decided it may help here to include the Wikipedia text for ease of reference.

After the conclusion of the winter offensive, Stalin and the Soviet –Armed Forces General Staff (Stavka)

Joe wanted to get his So-ve-ate Staff Car out but the keys were in Car-key-v, held by the Germ-men.

believed that the eventual German offensives would aim for Moscow, and also with a big offensive to the south, mirroring Operation Barbarossa

Barbara Ross was a distant cousin of Diana, the famous singer from Mo’s Town in the U.S.A.

and Operation Typhoon

Opera-tea-on Thai-Food, when the Germ-men tried to go for a takeaway in Mosscow before sitting down with a nice cup of tea to watch an opera win free on the telly.

in 1941. Although the Stavka believed that the Germans had been defeated

– when the winter gave them frost bite and their feet had to be removed –

before Moscow, the seventy divisions which faced Moscow remained a threat. Stalin, most generals and front commanders believed that the principal effort would be a German offensive towards Moscow. Emboldened by the success of the winter offensive, Stalin was convinced that local offensives in the area would wear down German forces, weakening German efforts to mount another operation to take Moscow. Stalin had agreed to prepare the Red Army for an “active strategic defence” but later gave orders for the planning of seven local offensives, stretching from the Baltic Sea

I.e. the Balti C, a curry house in Linengrab (the Rush-Ians like being dressed in Linen, invented by Glad-I’m-here Linen)

to the Black Sea.

Black C, where the owners burnt the food. This was not considered racist back then to make things black (or white for that matter).

One area was Kharkov, where action was originally ordered for March.

As previously indicated the car keys were here in Car-key-v. Also sometimes shortened to Car-key. The Rush-Ians dressed like the locals to look as inconspicuous as possible by donning Khaki uniforms.

As they had no transport they would have to walk or march there, thus setting off in March was a good idea. As far as I am aware you cannot go for an April or May anywhere.

Early that month, the Stavka issued orders to Southwestern Strategic Direction headquarters for an offensive in the region, after the victories following the Rostov

Rust-off, an old rusty car in the rural area (or rust-ic area).

Strategic Offensive Operation (27 November – 2 December 1941) and the Barvenkovo–Lozovaya

Bar-then-covo Lots-of-a-yah, i.e. they went to a bar, caught Covid (allegedly) followed by lots of ‘I’a told you so’ from their self-righteous neighbours.

Offensive Operation (18–31 January 1942) in the Donbas region.

Dumb Ass region, distantly related to the Democratic regions in the USA.

The forces of Marshal Semyon Timoshenko

Ma-Shall Semi-on Timmy-Shen- &-Co., a car rental firm.

and Lieutenant General Kirill Moskalenko

Left-tenant (he was a true socialist of the left) Krill Moss-Car-Len-&-Co (he ran a competing car rental service of course).

penetrated German positions along the northern Donets River,

Doughnuts River where they could get doughnuts to keep them going on the journey to Car-key-v.

east of Kharkov. Fighting continued into April, with Moskalenko crossing the river and establishing a tenuous bridgehead at Izium.

Is-he-um, which is why the bridgehead was tenuous as they couldn’t be, well, um, sure they would hold it.

In the south, the Soviet 6th Army had limited success defending against German forces, which managed to keep a bridgehead of their own on the east bank of the river. Catching the attention of Stalin, it set the pace for the prelude to the eventual offensive intended to reach Pavlohrad

where they had been promised pavlova to eat.

and Sinelnikovo

Sin Ellie Kovo, the local brothel keeper. She was a soup angel, as broth is soup in Scotland, so you can have soup to start with before the pavlova.

and eventually Kharkov and Poltava.

By 15 March, Soviet commanders introduced preliminary plans for an offensive towards Kharkov, assisted by a large number of reserves.

In fact these were p-reserves to help the Rush-Ians if they got caught in a traffic jam.

On 20 March, Timoshenko held a conference in Kupiansk

Cup-Ian’s, something to drink out of.

to discuss the offensive and a report to Moscow, prepared by Timoshenko’s chief of staff, Lieutenant General Ivan Baghramian

I-van Bag-ram-Ian, who had a van they could use and a bag made out of a ram’s fleece for carrying food etc.

summed up the conference, although arguably leaving several key intelligence features out.

such as where were the car keys in car-key-v anyway. And reminding one of governments and many medical ‘experts’ today who forget to stress to people the importance of vitamin D despite the fact this has been known about for decades.

The build-up of Soviet forces in the region of Barvenkovo and Vovchansk

Vol-chance, where they was a chance of voluntary assistance, although others say it was a cryptic allusion to ‘pigs might fly’ such as the NHS might get its act together anytime soon.

continued well into the beginning of May. Final details were settled following discussions between Stalin, Stavka and the leadership of the Southwestern Strategic Direction led by Timoshenko throughout March and April, with one of the final Stavka directives issued on 17 April.

2          Prelude

2.1      Soviet order of battle

By 11 May 1942, the Red Army was able to allocate six armies under two fronts, amongst other formations. The Southwestern Front had the 21st Army, 28th Army, 38th Army and the 6th Army. By 11 May, the 21st Tank Corps had been moved into the region with the 23rd Tank Corps, with another 269 tanks. There were also three independent rifle divisions and a rifle regiment from the 270th Rifle Division, concentrated in the area, supported by the 2nd Cavalry Corps in Bogdanovka.

The Calvary corpse in Bogged-down-of-car. Note the rifle divisions to rifle taxpayers pockets to get money for arms in U-crane.

The Soviet Southern Front had the 57th and 9th armies, along with thirty rifle divisions, a rifle brigade and the 24th Tank Corps, the 5th Cavalry Corps and three Guards rifle divisions. At its height, the Southern Front could operate eleven guns or mortars per kilometre of front.

Nobody mentions small arms, so this was not many guns between all the soldiers. Mortars great for building bricks walls but….

Forces regrouping in the sector ran into the rasputitsa,

Rasputitsa means the muddy season, hence the car was bogged down as previously mentioned. This like “Ra’s put it sa” or “Ra’s put it there”. Or most likely as God gets blamed for the messes in the world  “God’s pooh is there”.

I don’t think Rasputin came from here, but as his name is mud he should have done.

which turned much of the soil into mud. This caused severe delays in the preparations and made reinforcing the Southern and Southwestern Front take longer than expected. Senior Soviet representatives criticised the front commanders for poor management of forces, an inability to stage offensives and for their armchair generalship

Like many at home trying to make sense of what is going on in the Ukraine today and led astray by MSM.

Because the regrouping was done so haphazardly, the Germans received some warning of Soviet preparations. Moskalenko,

Possibly a relation of earlier one, Moss-car-Len-car. These were a couple of cars belong to Moss (related to the Moss Brothers who made suits, and Len who wasn’t and didn’t).

the commander of the 38th Army, placed the blame on the fact that the fronts did not plan in advance to regroup and showed a poor display of front management.

Which explains the poor performance of Moss Brothers by not displaying the suits well enough.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moss_Bros_Group#2000%E2%80%93present

It says

2021 February – Moss Bros posts a loss of £7.4m for the year ending January 2020, prior to the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

See. I told you.

 (He commented afterwards that it was no surprise that the “German-Fascist command divined our plans”.)

That’s it, blame the Germ-men for your own faults.

2.2      Soviet leadership and manpower

The primary Soviet leader was Marshal Semyon Timoshenko, a veteran of World War I and the Russian Civil War. Timoshenko had achieved some success at the Battle of Smolensk

Where Smole hills helped frustrate the germ-men somewhat. Smole hili short for ‘It’s a mole hill’.

Smolensk is situated on seven hills (mountains).

From

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smolensk#Geography

See, told you. Although as the maximum height is about 850’ (260m) mountains is pushing it a bit. Hills please.

in 1941 but was eventually defeated. Timoshenko orchestrated the victory

He castrated the Victory. Nelson wouldn’t have liked that one bit.

at Rostov during the winter counter-attacks and more success in the spring offensive at Kharkov before the battle itself. Overseeing the actions of the army was Military Commissar Nikita Khrushchev.

No-quitter Crush-off, who would crush all resistance.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikita_Khrushchev#Anti-religious_campaign

See what I mean.

The average Soviet soldier suffered from inexperience

Inn experience, i.e. spending too much time in the inn drinking vodka rather than training.

With the Soviet debacle of the previous year ameliorated only by the barest victory

Because it was the Russian bear of course –

at Moscow, most of the original manpower of the Red Army had been killed, wounded or captured by the Germans, with casualties of almost 1,000,000 just from the Battle of Moscow. The typical soldier in the Red Army was a conscript

He had been conned into fighting –

and had little to no combat experience, and tactical training was practically nonexistent. Coupled with the lack of trained soldiers, the Red Army also began to suffer from the loss of Soviet industrial areas, and a temporary strategic defence was considered necessary.

The General Chief of Staff, Marshal Vasilevsky, recognised that the Soviet Army of 1942 was not ready to conduct major offensive operations against the well-trained German army, because it did not have quantitative and qualitative superiority and because leadership was being rebuilt after the defeats of 1941. (This analysis is retrospective and is an analysis of Soviet conduct during their strategic offensives in 1942, and even beyond, such as Operation Mars

When Mars bars were opened to provide drinks all round –

in October 1942 and the Battle of Târgul Frumos

Tar-goo Threw-moss where the Rush-Anns were to get rather stuck in the gooey tar –

in May 1944.)

2.3      German preparations

N.B. Known as Operation Friedreichcuss when George Friedreich-cuss Black swore he would destroy the Rush-Ians economy. Like today of course.

Unknown to the Soviet forces, the German 6th Army

Part of the 666 Army Group of course.

under the newly appointed General Paulus, was issued orders for Operation Fredericus on 30 April 1942. This operation was to crush the Soviet armies within the Izium salient south of Kharkov, created during the Soviet spring offensives in March and April. The final directive for this offensive, issued on 30 April, gave a start date of 18 May.

The Germans had made a major effort to reinforce Army Group South, and transferred Field Marshal Fedor von Bock

Via the bock door, not the front, otherwise he would have been in the frontline –

former commander of Army Group Center during Operation Barbarossa and Operation Typhoon. On 5 April 1942, Hitler issued Directive 41, which made the south the main area of operations under Case Blue

The case which the democrats use in the States nowadays –

the summer campaign, at the expense of the other fronts. The divisions of Army Group South were brought up to full strength in late April and early May. The strategic objective was illustrated after the victories of Erich von Manstein

He-rich van Man-stay-in – he had made lots of money from ‘Man and a van’ hire –

and the 11th Army in the Crimea

Crime-here where crimes go on here today of course.

The main objective remained the Caucasus

Where the cork trees grow well (please note) and where the USA holds its party meetings –

its oil fields

Oil wells, see earlier –

and as a secondary objective, the city of Stalingrad

Stallin’grad where the Germ-men would be grad-ually stallin’ later.

The plan to begin Operation Fredericus in April led to more forces being allocated to the area of the German 6th Army. Unknown to the Soviet forces, the German army was regrouping in the center of operations for the offensive around Kharkov. On 10 May, Paulus submitted his final draft of Operation Fredericus and feared a Soviet attack. By then, the German army opposite Timoshenko was ready for the operation towards the Caucasus.

3          Soviet offensive

3.1      Initial success

The Red Army offensive began at 6:30 a.m. on 12 May 1942, led by a concentrated hour-long artillery bombardment and a final twenty-minute air attack upon German positions. The ground offensive began with a dual pincer movement from the Volchansk and Barvenkovo salients at 7:30 am. The German defences were knocked out by air raids, artillery-fire and coordinated ground attacks. The fighting was so fierce that the Soviets inched forward their second echelon formations, preparing to throw them into combat as well. Fighting was particularly ferocious near the Soviet village of Nepokrytaia

No-poo-cry-ta-higher, where constipation was a problem which is why the Rush-Ians only inched forward

where the Germans launched three local counter-attacks. The Luftwaffe’s fighter aircraft

Loftwaffle fighter haircraft, took advantage of the constipated Rush-Ians to give them a crew cut by removing their hair. This may remind you Samson whose hair was cut off and lost his strength, until it regrew.

despite their numerical inferiority, quickly defeated the Soviet air units in the airspace above the battle area, but without bombers, dive-bombers and ground-attack aircraft they could only strafe with their machine guns and drop small bombs on the Soviet supply columns and pin down the Soviet infantry. By dark the deepest Soviet advance was 10 kilometres (6.2 mi). Moskalenko, commander of the 38th Army, discovered the movement of several German reserve units and realised that the attack had been opposed by two German divisions, not the one expected, indicating poor Soviet reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering before the battle. A captured diary of a dead German general alluded to the Germans knowing about Soviet plans in the region.

The Germ-men understood about their lunch plans. Or as they said at the time “Ve knew about zer lunch plans, so ve ate dem”. Some food for thought there.

Next day Paulus obtained three infantry divisions and a panzer division for the defence of Kharkov and the Soviet advance was slow, achieving little success except on the left flank. Bock had warned Paulus not to counter-attack without air support, although this was later reconsidered, when several Soviet tank brigades broke through VIII Corps (General Walter Heitz)

Wall-Tar Heights, a tall man. Despite his height and the wall with tar on it Rush-Ian still managed to get over.

in the Volchansk sector, only 19 kilometres (12 mi) from Kharkov. In the first 72 hours the 6th Army lost 16 battalions

batty lions – well, everyone is batty nowadays. Probably the idea that Covid 19 came from a bat does that –

conducting holding actions and local counter-attacks in the heavy rain and mud. By 14 May the Red Army had made impressive gains, but several Soviet divisions were so depleted that they were withdrawn and Soviet tank reserves were needed to defeat the German counter-attacks; German losses were estimated to be minimal, with only 35–70 tanks believed to have been knocked out in the 3rd and 23rd Panzer divisions.

3.2      Luftwaffe

Hitler immediately turned to the Luftwaffe to help blunt the offensive. At this point, its close support corps was deployed in the Crimea, taking part in the siege of Sevastopol

The-vast-apple, like the Big Apple, New York.

Under the command of Wolfram von Richthofen

Wolf-Ram von Rich-Often, who had the head of a wolf and the body of a ram. And was often rich.

the 8th Air Corps

hair corpse, a dead body with hair on it –

was initially ordered to deploy to Kharkov from the Crimea, but this order was rescinded

by Recinda Ardern, the  recidivist .

In an unusual move, Hitler kept it in the Crimea, but did not put the corps under the command of Luftflotte 4

Loft Lottie, who could be found in the roof.

(Air Fleet 4), which already contained 4th Air Corps, under the command of General Kurt Pflugbeil

Curt plug-bile, a rather abrupt vile chap.

and Fliegerführer Süd

Flea-ger-furrer Sud, what you might call a flea circus as opposed to a Flying Circus. You get fleas in furs of course, hence the name here. The sud refers to the soap suds needed to remove fleas from furs when they become a nuisance –

(Flying Command South), a small anti-shipping command based in the Crimea. Instead, he allowed Richthofen to take charge of all operations over Sevastopol. The siege in the Crimea was not over, and the Battle of the Kerch

Bottle of the Kirsch, where they were fighting over the last bottle of cherry brandy. Cherries grow in the Crimea. It is not a crime here of course –

https://en.techexpertolux.com/plodovye-derevya/kogda-sozrevaet-krymskaya-chereshnya.html

Peninsula had not yet been won. Hitler was pleased with the progress there and content to keep Richthofen where he was, but he withdrew close support assets from Fliegerkorps VIII

Flea-ger-corpse, the fleas you will find in a Germ-man corpse, or indeed any other corpse. Fleas allegedly caused Black Death, but they didn’t know about vitamin D back then. People rather ignorant today too, but that’s another story.

in order to prevent a Soviet breakthrough at Kharkov. The use of the Luftwaffe to compensate for the German Army’s lack of firepower suggested to von Richthofen that the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht

 O’Bak-O’Man-do  the Were-macked. A distant relation of O’Barak O’Barmy who lives in the USA I believe. Were macked because he had a Big Mac. The rain coat not the edible kind. Mind you, given the way they source the meat, I wouldn’t touch Big Mac’s with a barge pole.

And they might put sodium nitrite in the burgers! May be they don’t.

https://www.foodmatters.com/article/whats-really-in-a-big-mac

But no wonder many in the USA are unwell and obese.

(OKW, “High Command of the Armed Forces”) saw the Luftwaffe mainly as a ground support arm. This angered Richthofen who complained that the Luftwaffe was treated as “the army’s whore”

The armies war. This should be obvious. You can’t win war’s without boots on the ground.

As to whores, well, if their boobs are on the ground I don’t know what that might mean. Probably that the war has gone tits down as opposed to tits up.

Now that he was not being redeployed to Kharkov, Richthofen also complained about the withdrawal of his units from the ongoing Kerch and Sevastopol battles. He felt that the transfer of aerial assets

Hairy-elle ass-ates, a type of hairy el or angel riding an ass –

to Kharkov made victory in the Crimea uncertain. In reality, the Soviet units at Kerch were already routed and the Axis position at Sevastopol was comfortable.

The ass was big and comfortable. If you have a big ass you will know what I mean.

Despite von Richthofen’s opposition, powerful air support was on its way to bolster the 6th Army and this news boosted German morale.

Rather like today when people hear there is a booster on the way from big pharma to try out and see if it works this time.

Spoiler alert: it won’t.

Army commanders, such as Paulus and Bock, placed so much confidence in the Luftwaffe that they ordered their forces not to risk an attack without air support. In the meantime, Fliegerkorps IV, was forced to use every available aircraft. Although meeting more numerous Soviet air forces, the Luftwaffe achieved air superiority and limited the German ground forces’ losses to Soviet aviation, but with some crews flying more than 10 missions per day. By 15 May, Pflugbeil was reinforced and received Kampfgeschwader

Camp-gays-Wader, a type of Wellington boot for the camp followers who carried the sandwiches for the picnic. You know the ones with the lettuce, bacon, guacamole, tomato, quinoa plus whatever takes your fancy darling.

Or LGBTQ+ for short.

27 (Bomber Wing 27, or KG 27)

27 KG or kilograms, relatively lightweight.

Kampfgeschwader 51 (KG 51)

51 KG or kilograms, mediumweight.

Kampfgeschwader 55 (KG 55)

A similar weight.

and Kampfgeschwader 76 (KG 76)

76 KG or kilograms, heavyweight.

equipped with Junkers Ju 88

Junk-curs or Jew 88, despite its name not junk but very effective. Bit like the 88mm anti-aircraft gun of WW2 used by the Germans against allied and Russian tanks.

and Heinkel He 111 bombers

He-ink-el or HE 111, the telephone number to ring first if you have a medical problem.

Sturzkampfgeschwader

Starts-camp-gays-wader 77, the first thing to try on.

(Dive Bomber Wing 77, or StG 77)

The dive bummer, the chap who could get you into a dive or night club.

https://thesaurus.plus/related/dive/night_club

also arrived to add direct ground support.[37] Pflugbeil now had 10 bomber, six fighter and four Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

 A stew car carrying the evening meal

Gruppen (Groups). Logistical difficulties meant that only 54.5 per cent were operational at any given time.

3.3      German defence

German close air support made its presence felt immediately on 15 May, forcing units such as the Soviet 38th Army onto the defensive. It ranged over the front, operating dangerously close to the changing frontline. Air interdiction and direct ground support damaged Soviet supply lines and rear areas,

I.e. kicked them up the bottom.

also inflicting large losses on their armoured formations.

As opposed to their leg-oured three-mations.

General Franz Halder –

France Holder. This makes sense as he came from Würzburg a city in the traditional region of Franconia in the north of the German state of Bavaria. –

praised the air strikes as being primarily responsible for breaking the Soviet offensive. The Soviet air force could do very little to stop Pflugbeil’s 4th Air Corps. It not only attacked the enemy but also carried out vital supply missions. Bombers dropped supplies to encircled German units, which could continue to hold out until a counter-offensive relieved them. The 4th Air Corps anti-aircraft units also used their high-velocity

I.e. a high bicycle for the city (velo = bicycle in French).

8.8 cm guns on the Soviet ground forces. Over the course of the 16-day battle the 4th Air Corps played a major role in the German victory, conducting 15,648 sorties

Sore-ties, a type of tie to tie up the Rush-Ians and made by a certain Ge-orgy Sore-arse who spent too long sitting down.

(978 per day), dropping 7,700 tonnes of bombs on the Soviet forces and lifting 1,545 tonnes of material to the front.

On 14 May, the Germans continued to attack Soviet positions in the north in localised offensives and by then, the Luftwaffe had gained air superiority over the Kharkov sector, forcing Timoshenko to move his own aircraft forward to counter the bolstered Luftflotte 4. The Luftwaffe won air superiority over their numerically superior, but technically inferior opponents. The air battles depleted the Soviet fighter strength, allowing the German strike aircraft the chance to influence the land battle even more. Nonetheless, the Soviet forces pushed on, disengaging from several minor battles

Against the minors or children. Protect your children at all costs from those who would rush to vaccinate them –

and changing the direction of their thrusts. However, in the face of continued resistance and local counterattacks, the Soviet attack ebbed, especially when combined with the invariably heavy air raids. By the end of the day, the 28th Army could no longer conduct offensive operations against German positions.

Soviet troops in the northern pincer suffered even more than those in the south. They achieved spectacular success the first three days of combat, with a deep penetration of German positions. The Red Army routed several key German battalions, including many with Hungarian

Hungry-Ians as opposed to Roman-Ians for example. If you are hungary this doesn’t help your morale. After all, an army marches on its stomach as Frederick the Great said, or at least something like that.

and other foreign soldiers. The success of the Southern Shock group, however, has been attributed to the fact that the early penetrations in the north had directed German reserves there, thus limiting the reinforcements to the south. But, by 14 May, Hitler had briefed General Ewald von Kleist and ordered his 1st Panzer Army to grab the initiative in a bold counteroffensive, setting the pace for the final launching of Operation Friderikus.

Regarding Ewald von Kleist, wald means forest or wood, Kleist means glue it seems, so you could say he was ordered to stick to his guns. Rifles had wooden butts, and he had wood glue.Makes sense.

3.4      Second phase of the offensive

On 15 and 16 May, another attempted Soviet offensive in the north met the same resistance encountered on the three first days of the battle. German bastions continued to hold out against Soviet assaults. The major contribution to Soviet frustration in the battle was the lack of heavy artillery, which ultimately prevented the taking of heavily defended positions. One of the best examples of this was the defence of Ternovaya,

Turn-over-here

where defending German units absolutely refused to surrender.

In other words they wouldn’t turn over the settlement.

The fighting was so harsh that, after advancing an average of five kilometres, the offensive stopped for the day in the north. The next day saw a renewal of the Soviet attack, which was largely blocked by counterattacks by German tanks; the tired Soviet divisions could simply not hold their own against the concerted attacks from the opposition. The south, however, achieved success, much like the earlier days of the battle, although Soviet forces began to face heavier air strikes from German aircraft. The Germans, on the other hand, had spent the day fighting holding actions in both sectors, launching small counterattacks to whittle away at Soviet offensive potential,

A good example of how to deal with enemy attacks today when dealing with the terminally dim who think vaccines are a Good Thing –

while continuously moving up reinforcements from the south, including several aircraft squadrons transferred from the Crimea. Poor decisions by the 150th Rifle Division, which had successfully crossed the Barvenkovo River, played a major part in the poor exploitation of the tactical successes of the southern shock group. Timoshenko was unable to choose a point of main effort for his advancing troops, preferring a broad-front approach instead. The Germans traded space for time, which suited their intentions well.

Useful lessons to be learnt here, how to lead the enemy on into a trap of their own making, whilst wearing down their capabilities.

3.5      1st Panzer Army counterattacks

On 17 May, supported by Fliegerkorps IV, the German army took the initiative, as Kleist’s 3rd Panzer Corps[48] and 44th Army Corps began a counterattack on the Barvenkovo bridgehead from the area of Aleksandrovka

Alec’s ‘androver’s car, a 4 x4 Range Rover in other words –

the south. Aided greatly by air support, Kleist was able to crush Soviet positions and advanced up to ten kilometres in the first day of the attack. Soviet troop and supply convoys were easy targets for ferocious Luftwaffe attacks, possessing few anti-aircraft guns and having left their rail-heads100 kilometres to the rear.  

I.e. they had left their real heads a long way away, not a good idea by a long chalk. Explains much of the stupidly today re mask wearing etc.

German reconnaissance aircraft monitored enemy movements, directed attack aircraft to Soviet positions and corrected German artillery fire. The response time of the 4th Air Corps to calls for air strikes was excellent, only 20 minutes.

Compared to 20 days to get a doctor’s appointment with a GP nowadays as they are very scared of the ‘flu, a.k.a. Covid 19.

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/take-long-doctors-appointment-15957585

Mmm…20 days may be optimistic.

Many of the Soviet units were sent to the rear that night to be refitted, while others were moved forward to reinforce tenuous positions across the front. That same day, Timoshenko reported the move to Moscow and asked for reinforcements and described the day’s failures. Vasilevsky’s attempts to gain approval for a general withdrawal were rejected by Stalin.

Who presumably didn’t want his generals to withdraw. But then it is difficult to understand if you don’t trust them or are able to see what is really going on yourself.

On 18 May, the situation worsened and Stavka suggested once more stopping the offensive and ordered the 9th Army to break out of the salient. Timoshenko and Khrushchev claimed that the danger coming from the Wehrmacht’s Kramatorsk

Crammer tusk, like an elephant tusk dangerous in the wrong hands (or when attached to a charging bull elephant) –

group was exaggerated, and Stalin refused the withdrawal again. The consequences of losing the air battle were also apparent. On 18 May the Fliegerkorps IV destroyed 130 tanks and 500 motor vehicles, while adding another 29 tanks destroyed on 19 May.

On 19 May, Paulus, on orders from Bock, began a general offensive from the area of Merefa

Me-re-fa – next door to doh-re-me –

in the north of the bulge

The beer belly –

in an attempt to encircle the remaining Soviet forces in the Izium salient. Only then did Stalin authorise Zhukov to stop the offensive and fend off German flanking forces. However, it was already too late. Quickly, the Germans achieved considerable success against Soviet defensive positions. The 20 May saw more of the same, with the German forces closing in from the rear. More German divisions were committed to the battle that day, shattering several Soviet counterparts,

Which prevented the parts to the kitchen counters arriving –

allowing the Germans to press forward. The Luftwaffe also intensified operations over the Donets River to prevent Soviet forces escaping. Ju 87s from StG 77 destroyed five of the main bridges and damaged four more while Ju 88 bombers from Kampfgeschwader 3 (KG 3) inflicted heavy losses on retreating motorised and armoured columns.

Although Timoshenko’s forces successfully regrouped on 21 May, he ordered a withdrawal of Army Group Kotenko by the end of 22 May, while he prepared an attack for 23 May, to be orchestrated by the 9th and 57th Armies. Although the Red Army desperately attempted to fend off advancing Wehrmacht and launched local counterattacks to relieve several surrounded units, they generally failed. By the end of May 24, Soviet forces opposite Kharkov had been surrounded by German formations, which had been able to transfer several more divisions to the front, increasing the pressure on the Soviet flanks and finally forcing them to collapse.

3.6      Soviet break-out attempts

The 25 May saw the first major Soviet attempt to break the encirclement. German Major General Hubert Lanz described the attacks as gruesome, made en masse. Driven by blind courage, the Soviet soldiers charged at German machine guns with their arms linked, shouting “Urray!”

Somewhat reminiscent of those charging into having the vaccines thinking that this is a good way to defeat Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu, and glad to die for the cause. It should be noted they were not maintaining a suitable anti-social distance which is shocking.

The German machine gunners had no need for accuracy, killing hundreds in quick bursts of fire.

Like the vaccines perhaps, such as made by Pfizer.

In broad daylight, the Luftwaffe, now enjoying complete air supremacy and the absence of Soviet anti-aircraft guns, rained down SD2 anti-personnel cluster bombs on the exposed Soviet infantry masses, killing them in droves.

By 26 May, the surviving Red Army soldiers were forced into crowded positions

Breaking coronavirus regulations on mass gatherings –

in an area of roughly fifteen square kilometres. Soviet attempts to break through the German encirclement in the east were continuously blocked by tenacious defensive manoeuvres and German air power. Groups of Soviet tanks and infantry that attempted to escape and succeeded in breaking through German lines were caught and destroyed by Ju 87s from StG 77. The flat terrain secured easy observation for the Germans, whose forward observers directed long-range 10.5 cm and 15 cm artillery fire onto the Soviets from a safe distance to conserve the German infantrymen.

Like Pfizer, essentially a German company, despite being set up in the states and under the ultimate control our favourite bogie man, Ge-orgy Schwartz/Soros.

https://bwcentral.org/2021/08/who-are-george-sores-black-rock-vanguard-glaxosmithkline-pfizer-wuhan-lab-and-other-connections-with-covid-19/

More than 200,000 Soviet troops, hundreds of tanks and thousands of trucks and horse-drawn wagons

These were WAG’s who had become hoarse shouting encouragement to their husbands’ and boyfriends’ teams.

filled the narrow dirt road between Krutoiarka

Crew-two-yucka, it was a dirt road so yucky of course –

and Fedorovka

Furred the Rocker, a hairy biker enjoying the mayhem. It was May of course, otherwise it would be April- or June-hem, for example –

and were under constant German artillery fire and relentless air strikes from Ju 87s, Ju 88s and He 111s. SD-2 cluster munitions killed the unprotected infantry and SC250 bombs smashed up the Soviet vehicles and T-34 tanks. Destroyed vehicles and thousands of dead and dying Red Army soldiers choked up the road and the nearby ravines. General Bobkin

Bob King. Possibly related to Robert King

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_King_(writer)

He wrote this. Well worth a read.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BrainDead

I quote for the above.

she discovers that Washington, D.C. has been invaded by extraterrestrial insects which are eating the brains and taking control of people, including members of Congress and their staffers. Much of the internal comedy of the series was that, in the altered reality of Washington, D.C. politics, only a few people noticed.

This explains things today obviously. And

The show had a planned four-season arc, which would have seen the bugs then invade Wall Street, Silicon Valley and Hollywood, but on October 17, 2016, CBS cancelled the series after one season.

Too close to reality I imagine. Still, those of us in the know can see it must have taken place anyway, bugs in Wall street etc. Don’t forget the viruses in Microsoft Windows, a.k.a. updates –

was killed by German machine gun fire and two more Soviet generals were killed in action on the 26th and 27th.

The show was ‘killed ‘ by CBS.

Bock personally viewed the carnage from a hill near Lozovenka

Low-so-wanker. Believe it or not there is a mountain in Bavaria, south-west Germany called Wank. It looks a beautiful spot. I wrote about the mountain elsewhere on my site. Low-so-wanker is not as high as the Wank mountain. It’s in the name.

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/ukrainian-troops-holding-destroyed-village-believe-russians-withdrawing-across-2022-05-15/

Now if you don’t believe we follow the WW2 timeline only 80 years ago, will you ever?? Mind you, is this all fake news anyway? I sometimes wonder I really do. Reuters are no longer as reliable as I believe they once were.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-press-idUSTRE51843C20090209

And that is from 2009!!

In the face of determined German operations, Timoshenko ordered the official halt of all Soviet offensive manoeuvres on 28 May, while attacks to break out of the encirclement continued until 30 May. Nonetheless, less than one man in ten managed to break out of the “Barvenkovo mousetrap”. Hayward gives 75,000 Soviets killed and 239,000 taken prisoner. Beevor

Beaver, the eager beaver –

puts Soviet prisoners at 240,000  (with the bulk of their armour), while Glant

Glance, he could tell at a glance –

citing Krivosheev

Cri-vo-shove, makes you weep, doesn’t it.

gives a total of 277,190 overall Soviet casualties. Both tend to agree on a low German casualty count

Not counting Dracula who loves all the bloodletting –

with the most formative estimate being at 20,000 dead, wounded and missing. Regardless of the casualties, Kharkov was a major Soviet setback; it put an end to the successes of the Red Army during the winter counteroffensive.

4          Analysis and conclusions

There you have it. A battle over some car keys. The Germ-men retained the car keys which the Rush -Ians were unable to take.

Hanging onto the car keys enabled the Germ-men to drive the car latter on in the summer on their journey to the Caucasus with the blue case.

As to what happened, well, you can look that up if you don’t already know.

As regards 2022, perhaps you can see the similarities. You have the caucuses I understand prior to mid-term elections in the Fall in the U.S.A.

The blue case could be the democrats, the blue states. The Blue Case failed in 1942 for the Nazis. The case will therefore fail for the democrats.

Baldmichael has spoken.

As regards Pfizer and vaccines I found this.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/pfizer-to-pay-163-50m-after-deaths-of-nigerian-children-in-drug-trial-experiment-1663402.html

The utter bastards. This is from 2009 people. To those who haven’t done so, for God’s sake and your own, wake up!

*ACTION ALERT: W.H.O. WANTS TO ‘DOCTOR’ THE WORLD’S HEALTH*

There is to be a meeting of the W.H.O. in Geneva, Switzerland from May 20, 2022 to May 28, 2022.This was drawn to my attention by this site.

I have only looked at a few posts, but well worth a look in general.

It had referred to this.

https://jamesroguski.substack.com/p/sound-the-alarm?s=r

It says this.

At the moment, to my knowledge, no one in Geneva has stepped up to organize protests against the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations at the 75th World Health Assembly.

We need to ensure the WHO does not implement these measures although they have no authority in my books anyway. No wonder Donald Trump wanted to defund the W.H.O.

Anyway, these dates of the meeting match the end of the 1942 Soviet attempts to take Kharkov which ended in disaster. Let’s make it the W.H.O. which does not pass these silly amendments.

This is probably easier to read for a summary of the issues.

Extracted from here.

Summary of Selected Proposed Amendments to the IHR

The WHO intends to amend 13 IHR articles: 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 48, 49, 53, 59

  1. Increased surveillance: Under Article 5, the WHO will develop early warning criteria that will allow it to establish a risk assessment for a member state, which means that it can use the type of modeling, simulation, and predictions that exaggerated the risk from Covid-19 over two years ago. Once the WHO creates its assessment, it will communicate it to inter-governmental organizations and other member states.
  2. 48-hour deadline: Under Articles 6, 10, 11, and 13, a member state is given 48 hours to respond to a WHO risk assessment and accept or reject on-site assistance. However, in practice, this timeline can be reduced to hours, forcing it to comply or face international disapproval lead by the WHO and potentially unfriendly member states. 
  3. Secret sources: Under Article 9, the WHO can rely on undisclosed sources for information leading it to declare a public health emergency. Those sources could include Big Pharma, WHO funders such as the Gates Foundation and the Gates-founded-and-funded GAVI Alliance, as well as others seeking to monopolize power.
  4. Weakened Sovereignty: Under Article 12, when the WHO receives undisclosed information concerning a purported public health threat in a member state,  the Director-General may (not must) consult with the  WHO Emergency Committee and the member state. However, s/he can unilaterally declare a potential or actual public health emergency of international concern. The Director General’s authority replaces national sovereign authority. This can later be used to enforce sanctions on nations.
  5. Rejecting the amendments: Under Article 59, after the amendments are adopted by the World Health Assembly, a member state has six months to reject them. This means November, this year. If the member state fails to act, it will be deemed to have accepted the amendments in full.  Any rejection or reservation received by the Director-General after the expiry of that period shall have no force and effect.

P.S. For more reading you could try this. Some nice maps and a few photos.

https://military-review.com/12504363-kharkov-battle-may-1942-barvenkovo-cauldron

If you haven’t read this, a humorous approach with serious points and summary.

Put In Boots – the UKraine Panto

World Cancer Day

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

4th February, 2022



It does also affect many in some areas below the Tropic of Capricorn too I gather. But I am not aware that these people have capricorn. Corn on the cob perhaps, corns on their feet maybe, whether or not they have been to the island of Capri or not. Here is a map from the W.H.O.



Cancer is also the sign of the crab in the stars. And Capricorn is the goat.

Baldycorn is the jokes Baldmichael makes of course.

I am not going to delve too deep into the meaning of these words at the moment as this is a post for today and I will need more time.

However, I would like to point out that I was diagnosed with a cancer (stage 1) in late 2019, supposedly the cause of my facial palsy. I started immune-therapy which I did not complete as I realised it was not doing me any good. Indeed, in reality I now suspect it did more harm than good. They don’t tell you what is in it you see, and all I was given by the NHS was a booklet telling me, among other things, the possible side effects which seemed to include everything under the sun.

With just one little paragraph telling me that in essence it switched off my immune system allegedly attacking my nerve cells, and then switched it on again to work correctly.

I trusted the doctors and have paid the price for not double checking. But then we pay shedloads of money into the NHS to supposedly have them help us, not harm us. Why should I question them deeply, aren’t they trustworthy?

Sadly, no. After all, if the current vaccination assault has woken you up to the fact that something is not quite right with the medical industry, sorry, medical care services (cough, splutter, choke…sorry, something stuck in my throat there), then you might be a weensy bit suspicious that all is not well elsewhere.

You would be right of course.

Anyway, I thought we should have a quick look at a couple of websites and I will comment as appropriate with my experience and knowledge to date. It won’t necessarily be well supported with references, but hopefully will get you questioning and researching yourselves if nothing else.

USA TODAY

World Cancer Day targets myths, spreads message

By Liz Szabo, @LizSzabo, USA TODAY

https://usatoday30.usatoday.com/LIFE/usaedition/2013-02-04-World-Cancer-Day-aims-to-dispel-stereotypes_ST_U.htm

Some cancers are more common in poor countries partly because access to health care and preventive services is lacking. For example, 85% of cervical cancer deaths are in developing countries, according to the cancer union.

These are caused by the toxins in the world. And by vaccines as usual. This does not relate directly but should be noted.

https://www.europereloaded.com/covid-vaccines-causing-miscarriages-cancer-and-neurological-disorders-among-military-dod-data-show/

Cancer rates are increasing in developing nations for many reasons. As poor countries industrialize, people are exposed to more hazardous chemicals

True. The introduction of hazardous chemicals is deliberate as the big chemical companies, big pharma and big farmer etc. put profit over people health and lives.

Cigarette companies also market their products heavily overseas. As more people take up smoking, lung cancer rates are rising

I don’t smoke and never have, apart from passive smoking of course which is difficult to avoid – I include ‘smoking’ diesel fumes which we STILL haven’t dealt with, but then some Germans invented that so I am not surprised.

However, I now believe the real issue with cigarettes etc is the use of chemicals in processing tobacco (unnecessary and harmful), and anyway, difficult to separate fact from fiction when media controlled by those with most to gain financially.

Needs more research. I can’t do everything at once!!

“It’s a perfect storm: more urbanization, with more fast food and more inactivity,”

True, but urbanisation not so much an issue as the way towns are developed and pollution within them. Fast food ok if it is done in a wok for example with freshly prepared ingredients – I know as I cook this way myself (there’s a clever Baldy!).

Yet developing nations often are ill-equipped to care for cancer patients, Brawley says. Many dying patients lack even the basics, such as adequate pain relief, he adds. According to the Union for International Cancer Control, 99% of patients with “untreated and painful deaths” live in developing nations.

“Pain relief is cheap to do, and should logistically be easy to do, but it’s not being done,” Brawley says. “It’s an issue of human suffering.”

It is an issue of human suffering because we should not be poisoning the planet and each other in the process. Pain relief is relatively cheap if you use poison vaccines, for example, to finish the job of poisoning people by environmental means first, he said sarcastically.

Big pharma will happily sell you poison either directly or via your BFG. Not Big Friendly Giant as in Roald Dahl, but Big Friendly (sic) Government who will spend your taxes, whether you like it not, on your behalf.

I will not explain how they do this, I am sure you can work it out.

And 90% of the global consumption of opioid analgesics, such as morphine, is in just five regions: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the USA and Western Europe.

In fact generally speaking those of the Allies who fought against the Axis powers in WW2. But then I have mentioned this in so many words in my Covid 19 summary.

World Cancer Day 2010

From

https://healthcare-in-europe.com/en/news/world-cancer-day-2010.html

Extracted text in italics.

“Of the 12 million people who are diagnosed with cancer each year around 20% of cases can be attributed to viral and bacterial infections that either directly cause or increase the risk of cancer,” said Professor David Hill, UICC President. “For this reason the UICC, with over 300 member organizations in more than 100 countries will focus this year’s World Cancer Day campaign on increasing awareness of the contribution of infections to the global cancer burden.”

Baldmichael is focusing on how ‘…increasing awareness of the contribution of injections to the global cancer burden.’ Note one little letter change makes all the difference.

Cancers caused by viral or bacterial infections can be prevented through strategies such as vaccination and by adopting lifestyle changes, safe behaviours and other control measures, all of which could be implemented worldwide.

This should read

‘Cancers caused by viral or bacterial infections can be prevented through strategies such as vaccination and by adopting lifestyle changes, safe behaviours and other control measures, all of which could be implemented worldwide.’

Note redaction. N.B. Test for vitamin D deficiency in vulnerable groups who don’t get into sun much to get vitamin D if they do right things. Cancer societies don’t like free very much as they like to keep their jobs, and anyway big pharma have told them what to say.

Dramatic developments have recently taken place with a second vaccine now available that is effective at preventing cancer: the HPV vaccine which protects against the human papillomavirus that can lead to cervical cancer, the third highest cause of death by cancer in women. The very first vaccine protects against the hepatitis B virus which can lead to liver cancer – the third highest cause of death by cancer in men.

This meant to say

‘Dramatic developments have recently taken place with a second vaccine now available that is effective at causing cancer: the HPV vaccine which protects against the human papillomavirus that can lead to cervical cancer, the third highest cause of death by cancer in women. The very first vaccine protects against the hepatitis B virus which can lead to liver cancer – the third highest cause of death by cancer in men.’

I hope that makes sense.

Despite the existence of these preventative measures, there is a clear disparity between low- and high-income countries in incidence rates of cancer related to infections (26% vs 8%), access to prevention programmes and also treatment and care. For example, 80% of global cervical cancer deaths are in developing countries, and even where affordable technology is available, enormous challenges remain due to limitations in disease awareness and public health infrastructures, illustrated by the significant differences in the coverage of hepatitis B vaccination programmes worldwide.

Again this meant to say

Because of the existence of these causative measures, there is a clear disparity between low- and high-income countries in incidence rates of cancer related to injections (26% vs 8%), access to prevention programmes and also treatment and care. For example, 80% of global cervical cancer deaths are in developing countries, and even where affordable technology is available, enormous challenges remain due to limitations in disease awareness and public health infrastructures, illustrated by the significant differences in the coverage of hepatitis B vaccination propaganda programmes worldwide.’

Big pharma have issued a statement saying “We are really, really sorry for the confusion and promise not to do it again, until the next time it happens and a few more million people are harmed or dead. Okay maybe a few billion, but what are a few more deaths, eh?”

“The possibilities offered by prevention calls for increased awareness of how some infections can lead to cancer,” said Cary Adams, CEO of UICC. “Policy-makers around the world have the opportunity and obligation to use these vaccines to save people’s lives and educate their communities towards lifestyle choices and control measures that reduce their risk of cancer.”

Yet again

“The possibilities offered by prevention calls for increased awareness of how many injections can lead to cancer,” said Cary Adams, CEO of UICC. “Policy-makers around the world have the opportunity and obligation (as big pharma have paid them large amount of cash to do so) to use these vaccines to bugger up people’s lives, instead of educating their communities towards lifestyle choices and control measures that reduce their risk of cancer and providing clean unpolluted water.”

N.B. A large proportion of world STILL do not have access to clean drinking water, despite the fact that this relatively cheap to do, compared to finding a so-called miracle death vaccine, rendering the need for clean water as the dead don’t wash much I understand.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have plenty of money but seem keen on vaccines and not clean water. Who would have thought it, eh? Does the W.H.O.? I believe they may have mixed views.

Protecting against cancer-causing infections is one of the topics addressed under the umbrella of the ‘Cancer can be prevented too’ campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the fact that the risk of developing cancer can potentially be reduced by up to 40% through simple lifestyle changes and other control measures such as vaccination, regular physical activity, eating healthily, limiting alcohol consumption, reducing sun exposure and avoiding tobacco. “Comprehensive and coordinated national initiatives that focus on key risk factors are required to realise the full preventive potential of cancer.” said Dr Ala Alwan, Assistant Director-General of WHO. The worldwide campaign is supported by a provocative digital campaign focusing on these six main lifestyle changes and control measures.

Once more

Protesting against cancer-causing injections is one of the topics addressed under the umbrella of the ‘Cancer can be prevented too’ campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the fact that the risk of developing cancer can potentially be reduced by up to 40% through simple lifestyle changes and other control measures such as vaccination, regular physical activity, eating healthily, limiting alcohol consumption, improving sun exposure (subject to avoiding heatstroke) and avoiding toxic sunceams. “Comprehensive and coordinated national initiatives that focus on key risk factors are required to realise the full preventive potential of cancer.” said Dr Ala Alwan, Assistant Director-General of WHO. The worldwide campaign is supported by a provocative digital campaign focusing on these six main lifestyle changes and control measures.

I hope this all makes sense. What the six main lifestyle changes are, I can’t ascertain, but if anybody knows, please let me know.

Healthcare in Europe contact page

https://healthcare-in-europe.com/en/contact/

I note that most of the people are German, or German sounding names and have German email addresses. No surprises there then. Nazis came out of Germany, they still do, but their agents are everywhere nowadays.

Nazis good at medical experiments. They STILL haven’t worked out how to kill everybody off yet, despite trying for many decades. They won’t give up until we intervene and put a stop to this nonsense once and for all.

Of course the communists do their bit for the cause by undermining societies via education systems among other things. Both Nazis and communists arose from Germany.

And don’t forget that ‘vaccination’ is anagram of ‘Icon Vatican’ or ‘I con Vatican’. Both are true.

Until the next time ‘auf wiedersehen’.


P.S If you haven’t seen these you might like to view.

Sunshine, sunburn and sunstroke

Covid 19 Summary – links to vitamin D in here.

Stop Press!

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

23rd December, 2021

Why? Why not, that’s what I say. After all, this is my blog. Whose press then?

Well, I would say stop pressing people to get a vaccine, or as it is currently called, a booster. I don’t of course mean your good selves, dear readers, but the governments or indeed any of their lackeys.

Or the NHS or people who believe that because they are vaccinated you should be too. This is apparently due to them thinking (I use the term loosely) that if we all get vaccinated we shall achieve turd immunity.

Mmm? You think I have misspelled the word? You mean vaccinated? No? Well immunity then? No? Mmm, let’s see, let me think….. ah! I have it, you mean turd don’t you? Well, done Baldy, got there in the end.

Well, the thing is that if we all get vaccinated, people, many people sadly believe that this will enable us to all get on with our lives and not have to live with all the, to put it bluntly, bullshit, they have had to put up with over the last 20 months or so.

But don’t forget that an awful lot of people have had what, again to be blunt, are shitty lives. Whether in the shitty (sic) or the rural areas! It is too easy to forget there are shanty towns which are shitty, places where shit of all sorts gets dumped where it shouldn’t.

And now there is pressure to make their lives even worse with poisonous vaccines (this has been done before but not at the current scale). Assuming of course they are not merely saline. Who knows, people gladly will sell you nothing for something.

Anyway, vaccines do do not do anything for any kind of immunity as I have said elsewhere, and certainly not against turds. They are there all over the place, to be found online as people write lots of crap, a.k.a. rubbish, if you prefer, about Covid and a whole host of other things.

By the way did anyone spot my deliberate mistake there? Do do? Quite right. ‘Why did you do do that?’ I hear you cry. Well, ‘do do’ can be as in dog do, dog shit.

But really, who wants to think about such matters at Christmas, let alone any other time of the year. Except there are lots of people who do have to deal with such things at any time of the year, so do try and remember them and help where you can.

In the mean time I have been reading some headlines in a newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, or Torygraph as it has been called. I thought I would do a quick resume/observations of ones that caught my eye. From 21st December, 2021.

This website gives some pointers, and quotes in italics from this unless otherwise stated.

https://www.thepaperboy.com/uk/the-daily-telegraph/front-pages-today.cfm?frontpage=65573

The vax divide tearing us apart.

There is a young man and a young woman having an argument. They are arguing about who does the vax or vacs. This who is to do the cleaning before Christmas with the vacuum cleaner, I imagine.

On the other hand perhaps it is about the vaccine. I will have it, I won’t have it. ‘We’ll all die!’ ‘No we won’t, it’s the ‘flu!’.

‘You will kill me!’ ‘No I won’t, but if you have vaccine it might’.

‘You will infect me!’ ‘No, if the vaccine is going to protect you, then you will be okay.’

‘But it doesn’t fully protect me!’ ‘So why did you have it then?’

‘Because the government told me too!’ ‘No the government/NHS etc. offered it to you, advertised it incessantly, but it did not tell you too.’

‘My boss said I will lose my job if I don’t!’ ‘Go tell your boss to sod off (politely)’

‘But if I lose my job, we won’t be able to pay the mortgage!’ ‘If you are ill or maimed by the vaccine, you may not be able to work again. If you are dead you definitely won’t be able to work again. And while I am at it, why the hell did we borrow so much money to buy this pokey flat/apartment??’

Anyway, that sort of conversation may be ensuing. Telling your boss politely to sod off could be in the form of ‘Please sod off’ as this uses the polite word ‘please’.

It is however not quite what I meant, even though some of us may wish to use this or stronger language.

A carefully written letter to your employer may be of great use as in ‘Are you willing to accept all liability if I am ill within the next, say, 10 years or forever, whichever is the longer, as a consequence of taking the vaccine you say is necessary to remain employed at your firm/NHS etc. etc.’

There is an example online. Here is a link.

liability-vaccinationnotice-1

On the assumption your employer will not sign it then you can then say ‘Well then, I won’t have the vaccine.’ You should be able to explain why it is dangerous, and that you don’t wish to play Russian roulette with your body.

If they should possibly sign it then you will to review your options. People advise make sure your employer fires you and then you may be able to sue for unfair dismissal. But don’t leave merely because of undue pressure, unless you are happy to do so.

It is your judgement, but do seek advice as best you can and someone faithful to support you.

Confusion at Christmas

BORIS JOHNSON was last night urged to bring clarity to Christmas as plans were thrown into limbo amid uncertainty over new restrictions.

Well, Christmas is when many celebrate Jesus of Nazareth’s birth at Bethlehem. Many people forget this is what we used to do more whole heartedly. Perhaps Boris ‘Karloff’ Johnson might mention this.

He might also mention that the government has issued GUIDANCE. It says so on the website gov.uk under Coronavirus (COVID-19).

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Apparently

You need to show your NHS COVID Pass at nightclubs, some venues and large events to show you’re fully vaccinated, have had a negative test result in the last 48 hours, or you have an exemption.

‘you have an exemption.’ Means you have a brain and don’t need to follow government advice, thank you all the same. If you don’t have a brain, then follow the advice if you can. Be ill or dead, but don’t expect me to bury or look after you as I have my hands full looking after the living.

By the way, the new restrictions are more or less the old restrictions rehashed to make the more confusing in a clear manner. Which probably doesn’t help.

So just ignore the GUIDANCE and have the best Christmas you can, helping friend and families (and enemies if you can).

I haven’t double checked but I strongly suspect that a negative test result might include a C- etc on a test paper, the cricket test was against your favorite side or indeed any other sporting test.

Or that you have had a pregnancy test. Current prices may be around £5.00 if you actually want one. If you are a man this should (I hope!) be negative. Otherwise you should be seriously worried.

This will be more problematic than Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu.

Trans people should be able to declare gender

This is blindingly obvious. If they are male, they can say they are male. If they are female they can say they are female.

If they are not sure which they are, then tell them to have a look and check their bodies for the tell-tale signs. The internet will help or another male or female, a.k.a as a sensible person.

If they are still unsure then they are confused. But don’t ask the government as it doesn’t know what it is either at the moment.

N.B. Anybody who is Trains gender is no doubt feeling chuffed with themselves (That’s my Christmas joke).

Frequent attenders ‘fuel increased pressure of GP’s’

This is not news. This has been the case for a long time. Too many people don’t know how to look after themselves properly.

In any event, GP’s in general only look at the internet nowadays it seems when you are there at the surgery. They will by and large only treat the symptoms, not the cause. And treat the symptoms with pointless poisonous neuro-toxic drugs.

Any old fuel (sic) should see this, like me and I did. Too many GP’s are fuel-ish (sic). It’s sickening.

Queen cancels Christmas at Sandringham

This is sad, as she will now only have the small space at Windsor Castle to run around in, together with other members of her extended family; we don’t know who.

https://uk.style.yahoo.com/queen-elizabeth-cancels-plans-spend-200000355.html

They will presumably have Windsor Great Park to run around in. I believe this is not quite 5,000 acres, so not very large for a queen and her family, however many turn up.

Of course they will have to share at least some of it with the smelly general public if the smelly general public are not afraid of venturing out given the ‘ghastly plague’.

The ‘ghastly plague’ maybe other members of the royal family, but again we don’t know how many will turn up.

Kahn cancels New Year’s Eve Trafalgar Square Event

This is presumably due to the ‘Wrath of Kahn’, a Star Trek film. Anyway, it seems Kahn, the mayor of London is saying you can’t.

Personally, I would tell him to go and jump in the Thames. Or throw him in, as I understand this is now government guidance for dealing with Covid 19, so it is alleged. I think you kahn, others may say you kahn’t. But I may be wrong, so do double check.

However, I daresay Nelson on top of his column may be happier as he won’t get woken up this year by the revellers. On the other hand, perhaps the revellers scare away the pigeons, and they won’t shit on Nelson for a bit.

There is a picture of a nurse holding something like a syringe in her right hand. I assume it is a nurse, but it could be an actor. She is wearing a mask for some reason. Perhaps the photographer might be able to give her Covid 19 or vice versa.

Or perhaps she is an actor after all, and doesn’t want to be recognised in case she gives the game away. Yes, I’ll go with that.

By the way, I think the plastic bit on top of the syringe is meant to come off and there is a needle underneath. You don’t need to worry that she might inject you with the plastic.

You should however be concerned that she might inject you with a poisonous vaccine. You just can’t tell so best to be safe, not sorry, and avoid them altogether. Unless you like Russian roulette.

High streets lose shoppers to ‘Covid-friendly’ retail parks

This is odd as you would have thought there will be lots of Covid around in retail parks if they are friendly to it. So go to High Streets instead where presumably they are not friendly to Covid. Anyway, small businesses need your help.

And I thought Covid 19 was number 1 enemy at the moment. All very odd.

I gather that Chichester Retail Park in West Sussex is very busy so lots of people crowding into the shops there presumably. I can’t see from my Cloud, its rather misty today.

So I reckon lots of social distancing going on if people are rather near to each other which seems likely. The crowds may ‘catch Covid’. There will another wave of Covid after Christmas as a result. This will be due to the vaccines among other things. And eating and drinking too much etc. etc.

But the blame will be put on the ‘ghastly plague’. People are mad, quite mad.

Boris emerges from ominous meeting to say the party’s not over…yet

Ominous has to do with Omicron I believe. Anyway, apparently the party’s not over it seems. That’s nice. I hope Boris and chums are having a good time at the party. I like a good party, especially if there is dancing. Any chance of an invite Boris?

Mind you, on second thoughts they might all threaten to vaccinate me. I really don’t want to be associated with all those needles, a.k.a. a load of pricks.

Moderna booster gives 50 pc more protection than Pfizer, says study.

Well, I make that 50% of 0 which is…don’t rush me…ah yes, 0. Clever Baldy. So whichever one you have, it doesn’t matter. Unless one is more dangerous than the other, in which case it does. But why take the risk? Don’t have either unless your brain is missing.

However, the headline might have meant 50 PC’s, Police Constables. I thought police constables were meant to protect the public; why do they need boosters? Unless boosters is another word for pay rises funded by big pharma. As opposed to the taxpayer footing the bill for the Bill.

On the same page is a photo of God with us Mac Ron, the president of Vichy or fishy France at the moment. There is a cuirassier guard to the right of him. It looks like a female, but you cannot be sure. ‘She’ has a slight smile, rather like the Mona Lisa.

Perhaps it is the Mona Lisa come to life. Perhaps the guard has just farted, and that’s why Mac Ron is seen to be putting on a mask before he is overwhelmed by the smell.

On the other hand, perhaps she is thinking ‘I wonder if anyone will notice if I cut off the head of the beast with my sword’.

Giant Millipedes may have roamed the North

Apparently a fossil was found on the beach at Howick in Northumberland. It is supposed to have been ‘…as long as a car’.

I think this is one of the April Fool’s that is written about each day now.

However, the BBC has more info.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-59734747

It says

When the giant millipede lived, 326 million years ago, the north-east of England had a much more tropical climate than today.

This specimen was found in what researchers believe was an old river channel. It may well not actually be the fossil of a dead creature, but an exoskeleton that was shed as the massive millipede grew.

“Finding these giant millipede fossils is rare, because once they died, their bodies tend to disarticulate, so it’s likely that the fossil is a moulted carapace that the animal shed as it grew,” said Mr Davies. “We have not yet found a fossilised head, so it’s difficult to know everything about them.”

One thing that can be said with certainty is, that in common with almost all millipedes, it did not have 1,000 legs – the researchers believe it had at least 32, but it may have been up to 64.

And

This fossil is just the third Arthropleura to be discovered, and is far older and larger than the two previous specimens which were both found in Germany.

So it was 360 million years old eh? Are you sure? Why are you so sure?

You believe where it was found ‘…was an old river channel’ do you? You only believe, you are not sure?

It may not be the fossil of the creature, but an exoskeleton. Really, well I never! But you’re not sure though, are you.

I see finding these fossils is rare. In fact this is only the third. I make that extremely rare, not just rare. The other two were found in Germany. Germany, the home of current germ theory. Mmm, German germ theory was, and is, a load of bollux too.

You haven’t yet found a fossilised head. And it’s difficult to know everything about them. So it might not be a fossil of the creature or even a millipede.

But it didn’t have a 1,000 legs. And probably, probably mind, 32 or maybe 64. As the Beatles might have sung ‘Will you still love it if it has 64?’

I could go on and on. But it is all bollux. It is something, but beyond that you can’t really be sure. Yet. If ever.

So another April Fool’s then, definitely. Some people will believe anything. Like thinking the vaccines are worth having etc. etc. Next please!

Brexiteers  concerned over Truss workload

So am I. She is being ‘trussed’ up of course. Next!

Prison inspectors say inmates should get keys to their cells

Excellent idea! Give them the front door key as well, and say they can go out all day as long as they are back by 11p.m. or else they will be on the naughty step and get their bottoms spanked by matron. Okay, some of them will enjoy that, but it’s the thought that counts. Next!

Government ministers say pensioners should be locked up in their homes

This is the current guidance, and due to the fact that prisoners may get the keys – see above.

Personally I think this is rubbish, and another April fool. In fact I can’t see it in the newspaper at all, so I think someone just made it up. Baldmichael’s on the naughty step, tut tut.

Like the one about Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu and we are all going to die by, with or from it. Someday. Whateva’. Next!

Gambling by pensioners surged during lockdown.

I believe they were betting on whether Boris was going to lock them down again at Christmas to spoil their fun. Or whether it was worth the risk to go outside when the moronic version of the virus is raging.

Or which of their friends was going to go down with dementia, die or be debilitated or even defibrillated as result of having the poisonous vaccines. Next!

Murder suspect held after lightning strike

I thought at first that they were trying to blame an innocent man for a murder clearly caused by lighting. Silly me.

It was the yacht. ‘Oh lord, please bring justice’ cried out the murder victims family. ‘Right oh’ said the Lord. BAM! ‘Bother’ said the Lord (I think that’s what He said). ‘Missed, and only hit his yacht!’

Many of you are no doubt wondering why the Lord has not hit a lot of people this year with His lightening. I asked Him. He says that it takes a while to charge up the generators, and although He has a lot of wonderful angels on the job, they can’t do everything at once.

Miracles the angels can do straightaway. The impossible takes a little longer. Be patient a little longer please.

And don’t forget to do your own bit of loving while you can in the meanwhile. Next!

Rebel democrat tells Biden he will not be beaten up

That’s Joe Biden will not be beaten up, not the rebel democrat. No, apparently Joe Biden is going to be put in a peach or something like that, then hung (out to dry), drawn (on by anybody who wants to) and quartered (in a home for the mentally bewildered).

This will probably be the same as the one in which Jack Nicholson starred in, ‘One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest’. Jack’s character got smothered with a pillow by Will Sampson who played “Chief” Bromden.  Jack’s character had had a lobotomy.

So as Joe Biden has no brain either, perhaps Jack might like to have a go as “Chief” Bromden as Will Sampson is dead. Next!

A conspiracy of silence has left us trapped in permanent Covid fear.

This makes reference to the headline and article.

Well, some of us have not been silent. We have been shouting from the roof tops – well, okay, in my case from my Cloud – ‘Oi, read the GUIDANCE. You don’t have to be this stupid. It’s GUIDANCE. This means you don’t have to do it. Nanny state is not there to tell you what to do all the time.

Look, if you don’t wake up soon, it will be telling you how to wipe your bottoms next.’

Gordon Bennett (distant cousin of Elizabeth Bennett – Pride and Prejudice – on her mother’s side), have you all lost your marbles??!….(bang, bang, bang)…. sound of Baldmichael beating his head against brick wall in despair. Next!

Stop this perpetual spiral of restrictions

This means ignore the restrictions and get on with your lives, loving people, including yourself, as best you can.

Although note the Telegraph article I found this.

https://www.wbur.org/news/2021/09/03/covid-endemic-perpetual-pandemic

It says in a sub-link According to data from North Carolina public health officials, vaccinated individuals are four times less likely to get COVID-19, and 15 times less likely to die of it.

In the link it says among other things.

Even with highly effective vaccines, the number of post-vaccination cases is expected to rise as virus transmission goes up and as more people are vaccinated.

And

Patients are counted as vaccinated if they provide proof of vaccination or if their vaccination status can be verified through North Carolina’s Covid-19 Vaccination Management System (CVMS). Patients who are not vaccinated, partially vaccinated, cannot provide proof of vaccine or whose vaccination status cannot be confirmed in CVMS are categorized as unvaccinated.

I cannot see where it says ‘vaccinated individuals are four times less likely to get COVID-19, and 15 times less likely to die of it.’ Anybody help me?

It does indicate that case will rise, among other things, due to the vaccines. This is not surprising, the vaccines poison you, so what do you expect.

Those who are counted as unvaccinated are, in fact, going to include some vaccinated or partly vaccinated. Perhaps even a lot of vaccinated.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/onsdefinitionofunvaccinated

So in other words the main article is a load of bollux. CDC people mutilating statistics are lying, conniving bastards. Or bars-turds, sons of turds, bullshitters.

People will believe anything nowadays. I hope you don’t. Next!

Get Boosted nOw

This shows a picture of a lady with the words Get Boosted nOw. The O in now is large so that people can realise that when you get injected you will go ‘Ow!’

What you will say when you fall ill from the jab is unclear. ‘Woe is me!’ probably.

What you will say when you are dead from the jab is not recorded, but then the dead don’t usually speak.

The lady’s look does not inspire me with great confidence, but then I am biased; I know the vaccine is at best pointless (apart from the needle which has a point with which to inject you. If it didn’t have a point, there would be no point, would there?).

There are a couple of whiches there. This is an indication of the witches who will be injecting you. This is a case of whichcraft of course.

To sum up

We are likely to be in for a tough winter. The next wave of deaths will be vaccine fueled as the latest variety of Stupid 20 runs riot in the nation of the UK and no doubt elsewhere. What shall I call it? Mmm…

…well, I suppose as omicron is the Covid 19 vaccine variant (caused by the vaccines), I will make mine the moronic variant.

Better still, the chronic moronic version. So let’s say this is a Christmas Special, The Two Chronies’ starting O’Micronie Barkingmad and Moronie Corbetthiswill runandrun.

For those of you who would like a Christmas Special which will help you relax why not try The Two Ronnies.

And don’t forget that the Lord God

‘He is not the God of the dead, but of the living, for to Him all are alive’

Thank God.

P.S. My next post should be ‘Away in a manger’ for Christmas Eve

Heaven and Hell

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

12th December, 2021

‘Heaven is a place on earth’ so sang Belinda Carlisle.

 ‘Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.” So wrote William Congreve.

‘Like a bat out of Hell’ so sang Meatloaf in their iconic song. The phrase seems to have earlier origins according to this link.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/123185/what-is-the-origin-of-like-a-bat-out-of-hell#123193

I note the reference to the branding of cows (‘Come on Branding!’ seems to be a current phrase in the USA, but I may have misheard). There are those who argue that this is cruel. I think I would agree with that.

Given that vaccine is derived from the Latin ‘Vacca’ meaning cow, perhaps the cows are getting their own back! I mean, the vaccines cause pain and suffering if they do anything at all. Sometimes death occurs as a result.

As regards cows, there are some women who act like that. Annastacia Palaszczuk, the premier of Queensland, is an example. I have done a post on her.

But I am not here today to discuss Annastacia Palaszczuk. So what about heaven and hell?

Well, the only thing is that heaven and hell are in essence the same. I will explain.

Hell

Originally hell was the place of light; think of Helen a girl’s name. It means ‘sun ray’. The Hellenes relates to the Greeks, again the meaning relates to light bearing.

In Hebrew, Helel is Lucifer, the light bearer, now Satan, who fell from heaven, and became the son of the dark. Which is why the word ‘fell’ means ‘dark’ in German, for example.

Hell in German means ‘light’ or ‘fair’. The Germans must know this, but don’t seem to have pointed this out. I wonder why? Perhaps because Satan’s seat, is now in Berlin, the capital of Germany. This is in the Pergamon museum.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pergamon_Museum

https://gnosticwarrior.com/pergamon.html

Hell as a place of fire and torment is misleading at best as the word is strictly Hades, the God of the or place of the dead, but is translated wrongly in versions of the bible in many cases. This includes the King James Version.

Again, Lucifer fell from hell, fell from the light to the earth, and became the fallen one. I shall write more on Lucifer elsewhere.

There is a place called Hell in Norway. I have written this elsewhere.

“There is Hell in Norway. Looks a reasonable spot on Google earth. Not too near the mountains, so not in the shade, but in the light. Very cold in winter, but pleasant in summer. Hardly a ‘lake of fire’ for the Devil and Satan to be thrown into (although there is a lake of fire).

And in the Hebrew, hell is he-el, or ‘the angel’. An angel of light. And heel is something you stand on, a secure footing as it were.

We say hello, meaning (hopefully) we are pleased to see someone, someone who might bring light or joy into our lives today.

So all those phrases about hell being bad are wrong. Who mucked it up, eh?

Still, you can see Hell freeze over if you go there in winter. Or go to Hell and back if you fancy a trip.

There may be fires in Hell, in homes and when they have bonfires. But there are no fires of Hell for damnation (although there is a lake of fire).”

From https://alphaandomegacloud.wordpress.com/ingredients/

Hell is related to angels. See the following.

Hell anagrams

Ell – this is a unit of measurement. Angels measure things in scripture.

Eh – this is used both as a question as in ‘huh?’ and in a question expecting the answer ‘Yes’ such as “It’s nice here, eh?”.

It can be even a greeting ‘Eh’ more a ‘a’ sound as in ‘hey, dude how are you?’ As opposed to ‘Hey Jude’ perhaps like the Beatles song, written by Paul McCartney.

Angels ask questions such as these.

El – which essentially means ‘angel’.

He – a male. Together with ‘el’ means therefore a male angel, Like Lucifer, now Satan.

Lucifer used to be in charge of the light, but wanted to be top dog, so he fell when kicked out of heaven. This why he has been said to be in charge of Hell where the light is (but not the place of fire and sulphur).

But he became dark, the dark Lord if you will, and lost his high position. He is a burke.

Hades

As regards Hades, this is strictly the underworld, the place of the dead. Whilst I am not intending to cover this in any detail the following is very interesting.

Anagrams

Ashed – a place of ashes

Shade – a dark place.

As she – as in ‘she who must be obeyed’ perhaps. This gives the heavenly Father great amusement. He says ‘Like Hell she will!’ After all, what does it say in the Lord’s Prayer, eh? ‘Thy (or your) will be done’.

And that is the heavenly Father’s will if you are not familiar with the prayer.

A shed – where a man may go to hide from his wife!

Daesh – or ISIS, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. This is very interesting.

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/daesh

They say ‘Death to America’.

De ash – of ash – ‘ov ash’ like ‘of vache’ a cow derivation of vaccine!!! These are currently causing deaths.

Sad eh – as in ‘sad eh?’

he’s ‘ad – as in ‘he’s ‘ad his chips’ i.e he is dead!

Heaven

Let’s start with some anagrams or part thereof.

Haven – a place of security

Heave – to lift up. Lift up your eyes to heaven, the heavens. They declare the glory of God

He vena – vena is ‘a blood vessel that carries blood from the capillaries toward the heart’. From

https://www.thefreedictionary.com/venae

He ne va – he never! He no go!! (va is go in French). The Father and the Son will never go from the New Jerusalem.

Han Eve – han means ‘he’ or ‘man’, eve as in evening and Eve, the first woman, created in the evening which is why she was called Eve of course.

Ave hen – hello old , hen in welsh means ‘old’, ave means ‘hail’ or ‘hello’ in Latin. We say in the UK ‘Hello old man’ as a term of endearment, even if the man is not that old!

He vane – he’s a vane, a weather vane. You can tell where the wind has come from in one sense, yet as Jesus said, ultimately you do not know where it originated or where it will end up.

Ah neve – neve are ice crystals or snow. This will fall from the heavens and rest on the high hills if not on the low ground.

There’s more meanings

Heaven is the place of rivers. Avens in Breton and Avons in England are rivers and in Wales they are afons; v and f interchangeable as you will find in German.

Aven meaning ‘nothingness; vanity.’ Emptiness or ‘Space, the final frontier’ as Star Trek fans will know.

https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionary/aven/

So heaven can become ‘He aven’, or ‘He space’ or ‘He nothing’ perhaps. This in itself is fascinating because in tennis nothing, as in 0, is represented by the word ‘love’. 15-love, 30-love etc.

So heaven can become ‘He love’.

The heavens are the rivers of stars in space above us, a river of light or lights. God Himself is a river, a river of life and light.  You will find this river in the New Jerusalem at the end of the book of Revelation.

You will find the Light of the World there too of course, Jesus Christ with His heavenly Father, who together with the Holy Spirit are God.

And together with all the Father’s children, the children of God, who have borne light as They, the Father and Son and the Holy Spirit do.

So as heaven can be ‘He love’, this makes sense of ‘God is love’ as John says in 1 John 4:16. So heaven is the place of love and a place of light.

This is read at this time of year particularly by many. It is part of a longer paragraph.

‘..the people living in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death, a light has dawned.’

And don’t forget that

‘For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that everyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.’*

So there you have it. Heaven and Hell are really the same, or at least much the same.

The real contrast is Heaven and Hades, the river of life, the place of light, and the place of the dead, the shady or dark place.

The Father and Son live in Heaven. Lucifer, now Satan, dwells in the shade.

The choice is therefore yours; which one will you chose I wonder?

* It actually says gave his ‘monogene’ son. Can you see why? I will tell you if you don’t, but not here.

P.S. I said in the post, why did the Germans not point out that Hell means fair or light? Are they hiding something from us? Has it something to do with the seat of Satan in Berlin? Has it something to do with the Nazis/Marxists who both came out of Germany?

Yes. See this and other posts for further explanations or see (ask) me.

Covid 19 Summary

E is for…..Europe

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

2nd October 2021

This is a page from last year which I am making a post as I struggle to do something on Jacinda Ardern to help the hard pressed New Zealanders.

From 6th September 2020

Here is a list of the present countries of Europe. I have tried to explain my thoughts on the meaning of the names, which may or may not be correct. There may be more truth than meets the eye on first reading, of course.

We mustn’t forget the meaning of Europe, or Europa as it was traditionally known. I shall no doubt look at this in more detail, but it can be noted Europe can be split into EU rope.

Rope is something to tie up things, and certainly the EU ties up the associated countries in complex knots of directives. It is just as well that the UK is out of it now. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this concoction.

A

  • Albania – So-called as alba means ‘White’, and as a people they were ‘All white’. As opposed to those who weren’t, who were ‘All Wong’. They, the ‘Wongs’ came from China of course.
  • Andorra – Named after the popular girl’s name in this principality, Dora. Usually as a second name. When asked what they were going to call their new-born daughter, the father might say ‘Ann’, whilst the mother would say ‘And Dora’.
  • Armenia – People known for saying ‘I mean, yeh’, hence the name.
  • Austria – Österreich in German. Sounds like ostrich. Makes sense as they buried their heads in the sand when Hitler came to power, and ignored the cruel goings on.
  • Azerbaijan – Somewhat corrupted from ‘Has a boy, Jan?’ One of the odd questions you might get asked if you go there.

B

  • Belarus – After well-known superstore chain dominant in the country, Bel ‘R’ Us’.
  • Belgium – Famous for beer and chocolate. Tendency to over indulge means the people are rather tubby or even obese in some cases. This explains why they were originally called ‘Bulgiem’, the ‘Bulgy people’. It should be noted that obesity one of the conditions associated with Covid 19, so explains deaths earlier this year.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Related to ‘boss’ and ‘her ze gov(enor)’. A husband and wife team which, at its best, always works well.
  • Bulgaria – Similar to Belgium obviously. But ‘b’ can be ‘v’ (see last entry under Ingredients for more details). Originally considered a bulgar or vulgar country, so once called ‘Vulgaria’.

C

  • Croatia – From the Jesuits in the country, as they are known as the ‘Crows’. ‘Crows here’, became ‘Cro’shia’ then ‘Croatia’.
  • Cyprus – Another superstore chain, Cyp ‘R’ Us.
  • Czechia – Short for Czech Republic. The people are well known for not understanding foreigners. They give you a blank stare. Hence they are called ‘Blank Czechs’.

D

  • Denmark – Originally Danmark, from two brothers, Dan and Mark. Their names are recorded on the Jelling stones. One brother was large and fat, one was short and relatively slim, just like the stones. A type of the cartoon characters, Obelix and Asterix.

E

  • Estonia – A question asked by the natives. ‘Is Tony here?’. There is a puzzle book called ‘Where’s Tony?’, which is  little known outside of the country. Rather like ‘Where’s Wally?’.

F

  • Finland – The end of the world. ‘Fin’ is end in French. Obvious really.
  • France – The French are Franks. And frank they often are, as they will tell you what they think without reserve. Unless they are Gauls in which case they can be galling, as when they go on strike.

But France contains Brittany, which is related to the Bretons and the British, so they are bright.

G

  • Georgia – From ‘George’ meaning ‘farmer’. But the female version, a matriarchal society where the women were the farmers.
  • Germany – Source of diseases and ideas about diseases, i.e. where germs come from. Including Covid 19 (the idea not the disease).
  • Greece – Are the Greeks greasy? Well, they have an oil-rich diet with olives and fish. But the ancient Greeks were Hellenes, meaning ‘of the light’. Nowadays they seem in an awful muddle, so it’s all Greek to me.

H

  • Hungary – The people are always starving. Lots of Goulash, but never enough it seems.

I

  • Iceland – Lots of ice, clearly. Set up a freezer supermarket chain in Britain. Many people go to Iceland, but one cannot be sure if they are going to shop, or going on holiday unless they explain further.
  • Ireland – See I is for…..Ireland for more info.
  • Italy – From I.T.A., Ideas to Action, and Ly, short for lie. The nation dominated by people who come up with lots of ideas to do things, say they are going to do them, but don’t. So it is a lie. Thus ‘ITAlie’.

The word, really a phrase, can be heard when an Italian claims something is true, and another exclaims ‘It a lie!’.

K

  • Kazakhstan – The word originates from Kazakhs Tan, the effect of living a nomadic life on the Steppes where the sun beats down. The Kazakhs are the people of course, and they get a good tan from the sun.
  • Kosovo – Apparently this derives from a word meaning ‘blackbird’. Well, Kos or Cos is a type of lettuce and ‘ovo’ is an egg in Esperanto. Blackbirds come from eggs, but what the lettuce part means is anybody’s guess. Lettuce know if you have an idea.

L

  • Latvia – Appears to come from ‘Latvija’ which itself is derived from the name of the ancient Latgalians. This was originally ‘Laitgallans’ or ‘Laitgallons’, a reference to the gallons of milk they drank (lait is milk in French).
  • Liechtenstein – Meaning ‘Light ten stone’. This was the weight of the first prince of this principality, and indeed quite light for a man (like me when I was younger). Very understandable, as he burnt off the calories from going up to and down from the pastures in the Alps.
  • Lithuania – The meaning clearly comes from ‘Lith’ meaning stone of which there are plenty in the country. They lie all over the place. See the following for more details.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Stones_in_Lithuania

  • Luxembourg – Originally a hill or ‘berg’ which got the light (lux) from the sun as opposed to the valley where the sun didn’t shine all the time. A town was built on the berg (a sensible place for towns at the time) and became corrupted to ‘bourg’. This became a name for towns generally in the area.

Today, Luxembourg is very rich; hardly surprising as it is a tax haven. I think it should now be called ‘Luxuriousbourg’.

M

  • Malta – The islands lived in by Maltesers, a milk chocolate coloured ethnic group. They have a tendency to get aerated.
  • Moldova – Named after a lot of bandits, who were bad eggs. I am sure you can work out how the name arose. If not let me know.
  • Monaco – A small principality named after its founder, Mona Lisa. She set it up in company with some friends, hence Mona & Co, or Monaco.
  • Montenegro – From Venetian meaning ‘Mountain Black’. That was easy, but boring.

N

  • Netherlands – Nederland in the Dutch language. Neiderlande in German. I believe the Dutch were once a German family who needed land (need the land). They took up residence in this low lying country.

They got rid of the ‘I’ and the end ‘e’ so as to distinguish themselves from their German cousins. Understandable, when you don’t want be thought of as stupid, or responsible for world wars.

  • North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia) – Only changed its name to North Macedonia in 2019, apparently. This is the land of the Mac Edons, a Scottish family who emigrated here, having got fed up with the wind and rain in Scotland.

There is a picture in Wikipedia under ‘Modern Period’ which shows a man with a gun rather like a Scottish gamekeeper of the period.

  • Norway – Wikipedia says it has two official names, Norge in Bokmål and Noreg in Nynorsk. I have said elsewhere that rge probably stand for rage or urge. As the Vikings came from Norway this makes no sense, as they had both the ‘urge’ to travel and the ‘rage’ to beat up other peoples. They should have called the country ‘Yesrge’.

No reg makes more sense as I am not aware of anybody called ‘Reg’ or ‘Reginald’ in Norway. Let me know if I am wrong.

P

  • Poland – The land of the po, short for potty. Inhabitants driven mad by being invaded all the time, either by Russians or Prussians or Germans. Or a combination of them. Enough to drive anybody potty.
  • Portugal – Derives from the Royal Navy of Great Britain, of the sailors who had a girl or ‘gal’ in every port.

R

  • Romania – Pronounced Row-mania. The people are very keen on boating on the Danube, or any other suitable stretch of water. In fact they are quite mad on it. You will often see them sculling on the water, frantically rowing away.
  • Russia – You have to rush around to get anywhere in any reasonable time as it is so vast a country. But once you get there things can seem slow. Something of a contradiction. That’s Russia for you.

S

  • San Marino – Named after Saint Marino, who invented a type of sheep. Unfortunately he was rather naïve. The local inhabitants would make him a sweater or jumper and he would try it on.

It was too tight, so somebody had to help him remove it. As soon as it was over his face, they would go and steal his sheep. He ruefully exclaimed that he had had the wool pulled over his eyes.

  • Serbia – The Serbians are very happy living here. This is the opposite of those who don’t, who are near neighbours. They are known as Ascerbicians, and very bitter about it they are too.
  • Slovakia – From ‘Slow vacca’. The cows graze contentedly, there’s no rush.
  • Slovenia – Unlike Russia they are slow movers. Slow to come that is (‘venir’ to come in French). Maybe because they do not understand what you are saying.
  • Spain – Used to be a spain in the bum, but now quite friendly. The natives used to be Spaniards, but after metrification became Spanmeters.
  • Sweden – Lived in by Swedes, from the Turn’ip family. They can be seen wearing blue swede shoes, like Elvis Presley. Woe betides anyone who steps on them (the shoes that is).
  • Switzerland – In German this is ‘Schweiz’. As schwei is ‘sweat’ in German, Schweiz is obviously ‘Sweats’. Which is what you will do if you ‘climb every mountain’, like Julie Andrews.

And the people will be known as ‘Sweaters’. Which is what you need to wear in the winter when it is cold.

T

  • Turkey – Turks live here, they have a habit of gobbling everything up. Have tended to take things easy over the years, taking matters lying down on their Ottomans.

U

  • Ukraine – Typically either very hot or very cold. Despite its name, does not see the rain of the UK.
  • United Kingdom (UK) – Despite machinations of S.N.P., who wish us untied, we are still united. And never really part of Europe after the English Channel was formed.

V

  • Vatican City (Holy See) – In the city of Rome, Italy. Awash with roaming Catholics. You may see men in black robes (batmen) taking money asking for donations from the crowds in St Peter’s square. Supported by scarlet breasted men (robins).

Rather like Robin the Hood taking from politely asking the rich to donate to the poor. Only the other way round.

On rare occasions you might see a ‘vacca’ wandering around. It will have escaped from the papal compound following its ritual bathing in the holy see or ‘sea’. Then you may hear a robin say to a man in black, ‘Holy cow, batman!’.

P.S. If you need another dessert, why not try U is for…..Union. The European Union

Kerry Chant

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

13th September 2021

Kerry Gai Chant. This is her full name. Currently Chief Health Officer of New South Wales, Australia. Little is known about her personally, but it seems she is married. This is her Wikipedia link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerry_Chant

Now, I do try to be fair to people, but I came across this video yesterday from The Reuben Report. A pity I hadn’t seen it before. I am a bit out of date to comment perhaps, but I assume she is still in her role as Chief Health Officer.

Well, if you are as gobsmacked as I was when I saw this, then you will understand that the gloves are off Baldmichael’s hands. He is going for broke on this cretinous woman.

Video analysis

She talks about ‘…run into your next door neighbour’. So if you should be driving at the time in your car, then do not stop to help. You might get Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu since last year. You might die.

But have Australian’s forgotten the song ‘Everybody needs good neighbours’?

She says ‘Don’t come into contact with anyone who could pose a risk’. Like Kerry Chant as she has a terminal case of Stupid 20 and you do NOT want to catch it, believe me.

She mentions Aldi as one of the grocery stores (other grocery stores are available I believe). Aldi is German owned. If you have read my Covid 19 summary you will know why this is significant.

She says small shops and businesses can remain open, so that’s nice.

There is a featured clip from an Australian news channel. I am not sure why its name isn’t mentioned. The quality poor, is it dubbed and not real?

Anyway it mentions 1 death out of 82,000 tests. I imagine you have more chance of being run into by your neighbour than dying of Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu.

It also refers to 900,000 who can’t leave their homes even for work! So if small shops and businesses can remain open, but you can’t go to work, how does that work???

I have tried the subtitles and it came out in Korean. Where is the English? I tried it and it has come out gobbledegook. I tried it in French. No better I’m afraid.

I tried it in German. That’s better. Except it does not seem to have anything to do with the video. If anyone would like to translate it perhaps you can let me know what they are saying.

The fact that it works in German is no doubt significant bearing in mind my Covid 19 summary.

Daily Mail

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9889179/Covid-19-Chief-Health-Officer-Kerry-Chant-threatened-street.html

This suggests she has children and refers to her husband. I gather he has taken the vaccine.

‘Talking about the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine, she revealed she has not seen much of her husband recently.’

Perhaps he is dead. Or so unwell he cannot talk. Or won’t talk to his wife because she made him take the vaccine. Any other thoughts?

Background

Grew up in Punchbowl, New South Wales. Punchbowl is a suburb of Sydney. This explains things; she is drunk with power and needs punching. She has a lantern jaw so I think she can take it.

She is a Bachelor of Surgery. It seems obvious that she was asked to perform surgery and did so on herself. A frontal lobotomy I believe she performed.

She might have removed more, I don’t know; I gather it is possible to live without a brain as many Australians seem to be proving at the moment.

But don’t worry; much of the world is in the same boat. The boat is sinking, but don’t worry. The worst thing that can happen is that you will drown in the sea of sorrows.

Or the sea of Soros, George Soros. After all he is behind this nonsense. Check my link you haven’t seen it. See bottom of page.

She has a Master in Health Administration in 1991 and a Master of Public Health in 1995.

Please note this is Master as opposed to Mistress. This is as opposed to mattress. You can stuff mattresses. Tell her to get stuffed or words to that effect.

Note the double ‘S’ in mattress. Germany had something to do with SS. It will come back to me I’m sure.

She has all the masculine titles. She has a middle name Gai, this sound like guy. She looks rather masculine and is sporting a thin moustache. This sadly happens to some women as they grow older.

It reminds me of the East German athletes. I must have Germany on the brain!

In 2013, she was threatened for advocating fluoridation of the water supply in the City of Lismore.

As I know that such action (fluoridation) is pointless and harmful to the body as it will poison you, I do not blame people for threatening her. Even chlorination is damaging and makes water taste nazi (sic). Or should that be nazi (sick). Make you sick anyway.

Pointless because you can use ozone to purify water.

But then then it is more expensive to do that, and the chemical companies would not be able to sell you chlorine gas. Which was first used by Germany in the First World War.

Here’s a useful article on chlorine.

I would point out that if the water was treated correctly in the first place (but only if necessary) we wouldn’t need to consider water filters. Still, it gives Germany something else to sell us.

I gather in 2021 she was NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year, and has Woman of Excellence Award. Why? Excelling at what? Stupidity?

Or perhaps devotion to the Fourth Reich?

She is Kerry Gai Chant PSM. PSM stands for Public Service Medal………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..sorry, I fell off my chair laughing.

Perhaps it should have been PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome). It is not nice I understand; I am only a man so I have not experienced it myself. Some women suffer more than others I gather. I will look into this, as I have some ideas why.

In Kerry’s case perhaps it has affected her judgement. Perhaps she has had it for some time.

Perhaps she is menopausal. This is not fun either. However, I have experienced the hot flush effect when having CT scans. They use iodine for the contrast dye which improves image quality.

I was warned, so I anticipated it but it was rather peculiar. So I can understand how it might upset women who have to go through this, and have the hot flushes suddenly occur.

Perhaps PSM stands for possum. Or maybe pissum. ‘The general public? Who cares, just pissum.’ Is she taking the piss with the general public?

Yes.

Anagrams out of her name

An anagram internet program gives me various words, 1254 words. Some of these are as follows. I will briefly explain the meaning as I see fit:

Caretaking – I don’t think so with Covid 19

catarrhine – to do with monkeys. She is monkeying around with you.

archiater – archiater  – chief doctor to a monarch!

Thackeray – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Makepeace_Thackeray

It talks about his wife and that ‘She eventually deteriorated into a permanent state of detachment from reality.’ Quite so, self-explanatory I hope.

Achernar – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achernar

This says

‘Because of the distorted shape of this star, there is a significant temperature variation by latitude. At the pole, the temperature may be above 20,000 K, while the equator is at or below 10,000 K. The average temperature of the star is about 15,000 K. The high polar temperatures are generating a fast polar wind that is ejecting matter from the star, creating a polar envelope of hot gas and plasma. The entire star is surrounded by an extended envelope that can be detected by its excess infrared emission,[9] or by its polarization.[23] The presence of a circumstellar disk of ionized gas is a common feature of Be stars such as this.[23] The disk is not stable and periodically decretes back into the star.’

The star is not stable. Quite so, self-explanatory I hope.

Crankier – yes.

Retching – yes.

Trickery – yes.

Anarchy – yes.

Angrier – yes, makes people angrier.

Erratic – yes.

Hygeian – https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Hygeian

‘Relating to Hygeia, the goddess of health; of or pertaining to health, or its preservation.’

Herring – very fishy what is going on, is it a red herring to distract you from what is going on. Destroy the economy, pinch your money, make everything digital (makes pinching money even easier) so you can be controlled. That sort of thing.

Red associated with communism. Swastika flag had a nice red background too.

Thick – yes.

Thinker – what is she thinking of, I would like to know. Anything at all?

Aching – a real pain that’s for sure.

Right – no, unless it is far right.

Caring – no.

Cretin – yes.

Crikey – I can think of stronger words than that.

Cringe – makes people cringe.

Crying – people are crying ‘no more please!’

Erring – yes.

Grinch – worth researching.

Hanger – hanging is too good for her.

Hankie – to weep into.

Hernia – she may give you one with all the strain she is putting on those in New South Wales.

Hyaena – she is laughing maniacally ‘I have the power!!’

Irate – yes. I rate her useless.

Rarity – are there many like her? Sadly yes at the moment.

Tragic – yes.

Trance – WAKE UP EVERYBODY!

Agent – who for?

China – ah yes, that makes sense. But don’t forget Germany.

Carat – where has all the gold gone? Nazis took some I believe.

Chink – China has chinks I understand.

Great – no, definitely not.

Greta – please don’t remind me, there are more like her.

Earth – what on earth is she doing??

Grate – grates on you doesn’t it?

Hagar – Hagar the horrible. See also biblical narrative in Genesis.

Hairy – moustache.

Nice – perhaps she can be.

Karen – Karens get a bad press sometimes, at times unfairly; she should be no exception to the perceived view.

Cane – to beat you with.

Cant – you can’t so there! Tell her she can’t do this. You know, you could chant Kerry Chant can’t! Or replace the vowel of can’t with another vowel if this makes better sense.

Some dialects may sound similar, bur spelled differently. If police or others object just patiently explain the misunderstanding.

Gnat – nasty biting creature. Or should that be Nazi biting creature.

Hate – don’t you just hate it? Or do you love it? Please tell me.

Yeti – yetis is the abominable snowman. Let’s just stick with abominable.

Unless it is like the White Witch of Narnia fame, a female abominable snowwoman.

Anagram combinations

anarchy get irk

any rag thicker

cretin Hagar ky

ak crying earth

ak crying heart

hyaena trick

tragic Karen

Archy eking rat

China get Karry

Hi cranky Greta

Greta rich yank

arck gent hairy

crank get hairy

crank hairy teg – teg is a sheep, a young sheep. All a bit woolly.

Lots of sheep in Australia. Many in New South Wales cities and towns. Many currently locked down. Stupid sheep.

gent hairy rack

yer hacking rat

Try acne hag Rik

Conclusion

I would note that there are many females promoting the Covid 19 madness; lots of mad females. There are those in the White House, Angular Merkel in Germany, Ja-sin-da Arden in New Zealand, Grater Thunberg from Sweden.

There are lots of mad men too of course. Joe ‘dipstick’ Biden in USA, Justin Turdeau in Canada, God with us Mac Ron in France.

But Biden is controlled by Nancy Pillockosi, and Mac Ron married his mother someone old enough to be his mother.

Not all females are mad, far from it, there are many good ones standing up around the world.

Are the men standing up too, or are they emasculated? I’m a man and I am doing my best.

So are there more men than females, are the males feminised or the females masculinised? Or both? Everything topsy turvey. Seems that way.

Anyway, if you haven’t got the picture now, you never will. For those in Australia, your ancestors who fought at Gallipoli and at Tobruk will be turning in their graves if you do nothing. And note they were fighting Germany and its allies.

They will stand in judgment over you and condemn you for cowardice in the face of the enemy if you don’t remove Kerry Chant forthwith to the local mental asylum/secure facility.

Finally, I return to the good old soap, ‘Neighbours’. Soap can make you clean. Would watching repeats of ‘Neighbours’ be more useful than all the wretched hand washing which as I have said elsewhere reminds me of Pontius Pilate?

Yes it would.

I referred to earlier reading the sinking boat. There is a boat, what one might call an ark you can climb into. This is Jesus Christ, the Ark angel of God, His Son. He is a secure water tight boat to be in.

And again I repeat what I will not tire of saying; there are only two truly great commands. Love God and love your neighbour as yourself.

And don’t forget as the song goes:

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours

With a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend

Neighbours, should be there for one another

That’s when good neighbours become good friends

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours

Just a friendly wave each morning, helps to make a better day

Neighbours, need to get to know each other

Next door is only a footstep away

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours

With a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend

Neighbours, should be there for one another

That’s when good neighbours become good friends

Neighbours, should be there for one another

That’s when good neighbours become good friends

That’s when good neighbours become good friends


P.S. Here is my Covid 19 summary.

Here is my George Soros post.

Here is my Stupid 20 post

Why are so many German cities Bad?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

19th May 2021

Well, why? Because ‘bad’ in German means bath or spa. In England there is the fair city of Bath. The railway station is called ‘Bath Spa’. Strictly this could be ‘Bath Bath’ or ‘Spa Spa’.

It seems rather a repetitious thing to do, but rather fun I suppose to call it ‘Bath Spa’; it has a gentle sound to it, imitating the gentle washing of waters, the soothing effects of a bath.

The English used to have baths rather than showers as a general rule to wash themselves. And a spa was a place for a special treatment, so it makes sense to advertise it in this way.

Calling the station just plain Bath perhaps loses some romance. I mean who wants to go to a place for an ordinary bath when you can have a bath spa?

In Germany they have bad places to go to have a bath or spa. Which sounds rather odd. But that’s, Germany for you, rather odd.

Anyway I thought we could look at least some of the places in Germany which are Bad.

Seaside resorts

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_seaside_resorts_in_Germany

It transpires it’s not the places so much as the waters they adjoin that are bad. As follows:

Kaiserbad

– meaning ‘imperial bath’.

It is rather confusing, but as I understand it, now a single municipality formed of three that the Kaiser (Emperor/Caesar), Wilhelm II visited. I understand these are Ahlbeck, Bansin and Heringsdorf.

These three places were apparently known as the ‘bathtub of Berlin’. So, perhaps Berliners only washed thoroughly when they visited these places. The smell in Berlin may well have been very bad as a consequence.

Wilhelm II essentially started WWI, and was a nutcase with a stuffed bird on his head so Kaiserbad makes sense.

He was essentially mad. Says it all.

Schwefelbad

Again not a place, but generic term meaning ‘sulphur bath’. Presumably a bath smelling like farts, so therefore bad.

The following are waters:

Nordseeheilbad – Literally North Sea salvation bath

Nordseebad – Literally North Sea bath (obviously from above)

Ostseeheilbad – Literally East Sea (Baltic Sea) salvation bath

Seebad – Sea bath. Seebad refers to North Sea I believe, but why it is called sea bath rather than North Sea bath I don’t know.

Anyway, it seems to the Germans that the North Sea is bad, the Baltic Sea is bad, and the sea generally is bad. Perhaps this is why the German navy, whilst having some good ships, has never performed well, except when underneath it with U-Boats.

After all if your view of the sea is that it is bad, why should you want to sail on it?

Inland resorts

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_spa_towns_in_Germany

A

Bad Aachen – officially this but likes to be first on list so just called Aachen. Why not Aachen Bad? A very good name as ‘ache’ in the middle of Aachen.

So if you have an ache why not go here for a bath?

Alexisbad – well, it looks like Alexis is bad. If this is your name are they slandering you? Or do the Germans know something we don’t?

B

We now enter the realm of the bad. A large majority of the spas are bad. If they are not, the region they are in is bad, or the type of spa is bad. Thus:

Types of Spa

Moorheilbad – 40 spa towns. The word apparently means ‘Mud salvation bath’ or ‘Mud healing bath’. So, have a bath in mud, and go home dirtier than you came. Sounds mad to me.

Why not instead play rugby football on a lovely wet day and get thoroughly muddy? Then have a bath.

Mineralheilbad – 42 spas towns. ‘Mineral salvation bath’ or ‘Mineral healing bath’. Minerals can be good for health. Can’t see that is bad. Note 42 by my reckoning. Answer to everything. See

42 – The Ultimate Answer to Life, The Universe and Everything

Surely that’s good? Oh well, move on.

Heilbad – 37 spa towns. ‘Salvation bath’ or ‘Healing bath’. Sounds ok to me, not bad.

Thermalsoleheilbad – 4 spa towns. ‘Thermal brine healing bath’. Warm and salty. Sounds good to me, not bad. Are these Germans mad?

Kneippheilbad – 24 spa towns. Kneipp was a German Catholic clergyman and healer; a water healing method developed by him. See

and

https://www.wellnesshotels-resorts.de/en/wellness-dictionary/kneipptherapy

The latter says ‘The five pillar Kneipp philosophy contains these elements – water, herbs, exercise, nutrition and lifestyle management.’

This does not sound bad to me, in fact rather sensible.

Jod-Sole-Heilbad – 1 spa town. ‘Iodine-brine medicinal bath.’ Iodine salty bath. Not bad in my books. Yod sound like God, like the Hebrew Yod or Yodh for God. Is God salty or does he use salty language? Yes of course He does.

And He thinks Satan, a.k.a. Loopy Lucy, is a sod. Obviously.

Solebad – 2 spa towns. ‘Brine bath.’ See above.

Soleheilbad – 25 spa towns. See above.

Schwefelheilbad – 1 spa town. ‘Sulphur bath.’ See above and quite a lot earlier above.

Radonheilbad – 2 spa towns. ‘Radon bath’ NB! Radioactive bath!! I have inserted warning symbols.

Some have associated the bottom symbol with Satan. Well, hazard warnings point to Satan being dangerous. Green can be green for envy. Satan all over. Envy is stupid, therefore Satan is a burke.

 Or maybe a burka which you can hide behind. Satan likes hiding. QED.

Felkeheilbad – 1 spa town. ‘Peoples healing bath’ or carnation healing bath.

As I understand it this was after Emanuel Felke (meaning ‘God with us people’).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emanuel_Felke

Sounds more sensible than bad. It seems he dispensed his remedies free of charge, unlike the doctors of the time, who objected to him and his methods. Not surprising when their livelihoods were being undermined and their ability to make large sums of money.

Not unlike today of course, mainstream doctors deriding those offering sensible alternatives to vaccines, masks etc. etc. Ultimately all good things come from God and He gives them freely. Freely you have received, freely give His Son said.

Jodbad – 1 spa town. As I have mentioned before, Jod relates to God, so God bad. This is slander of the basest kind. Satan is bad, not God. Germans are mad, and by all accounts bad.

NB. Some bads can be both mineral and thermal. Sounds ok to me.

Regions

Baden-Württemberg – 59 spa towns in this region. Whatever the meaning of Württemberg is (and berg means mountain), it is still bad. Despite being an attractive tourist area. Contains the Black Forest.

Black may be bad if it means lack of light. Might explain things.

Landkreis Bad Kissingen – 3 spa towns in this area. Bad kissing. Not good, but kissing is good (in general).

Gemeinde Bad Boll – 1 spa town in this area. Bad boll, is bad ball. Not good.

Landkreis Bad Dürkheim – 1 spa town in this area. Can’t see what Dürkheim means except heim is home. Durk may mean tough. Tough home, a tough home may be bad. Something is bad in any event.

Stadt Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel – 2 spa towns in this area I believe. Phew what a mouthful! Well, Gott is God. Übel is evil. Looks like it might be ‘pour bucket’ for erggießhübel. Perhaps it rains buckets rather than cats and dogs as we say in the UK.

However, I see the local police laws are rather strict. Try Google translate for text.

Personally, I can see why the area is bad. How on earth can you stick to these rules? Bad, very bad in my books. A.k.a load of bollux.

Landkreis Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen – 2 spa towns. Now, wolf rats must be bad surely? No dispute there.

Stadt Bad Driburg – 1 spa town. Driberg maybe third mountain. Sounds like dry mountain. Not sure what’s wrong with that.

Landkreis Bad Kreuznach – 3 spa towns. Kreuznach means cross after or similar. Cross after what exactly? Bad if you worship cross rather than God.

Stadt Horn-Bad Meinberg – 1 spa town. Horn bad clearly. But what type of horn? More information required.

Gemeinde Bad Saarow-Pieskow – 1 spa town. Sounds in part that pies cow is bad. Perhaps cow pies or cow pats. Why should they be bad? Not exciting to tread in one though, but not that bad unless the place is littered with them.

I haven’t been, so I wouldn’t know.

Stadt Bad Teinach-Zavelstein – 1 spa town. Meaning ‘Linden (tree)-Chessboard stone’ possibly. Not sure what’s wrong with that.

However, the following may offer some other clues.

https://stoneprintjournal.wordpress.com/2019/12/01/grubers-bad-teinach-art-integrates-astrology-alchemy-kabbalah-culture-and-cult/

Roman Catholic, cabbalistic? Well, I not surprised it is bad. And in the Black Forest. It all makes sense.

Stadt Bad Doberan – 1 spa town.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Doberan

The link says

Bad Doberan was one of the first cities that appointed Adolf Hitler in August 1932 an honorary citizen. On 2 April 2007, the city council formally withdrew his honorary citizenship.

Do I have to explain? Why did they take so long to withdraw his honorary citizenship? Wasn’t Adolf dead by then? Do they know something we don’t? I found something a while back which might explain it. But not telling, so there.

But Herman Wirth was born in the town and the following is interesting. See if you can spot a four letter word in the text, part of another word.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinabuch

Stadt Bad Wildungen – 1 spa town. Sounds like the dung is bad. Oh dear.

Stadt Bad Elster – 1 spa town. Bad magpie it seems. Elster is magpie. Magpies steal things. Stealing is bad. Fair enough.

So just to sum up this section we have:

State – 1.  Out of the 16 states in the German Federal Republic, this is the only one it seems. Baden-Württemberg. This has the most bad places (and the Black Forest).

Stadt – 7. German for city.

Landkreis – 4. German for district.

Gemeinde – 2. German for parish or nearest equivalent.

Towns

Bad Abbach – this may indicate that the town does not like Abba, the pop group. Well, people are free to disagree, but why emphasise the point? I quite like Abba myself.

Bad Aibling – sounds like the jewellery here is cheap. That’s bad, who wants cheap jewellery?

Bad Alexandersbad – well, we have had Alexisbad, but it seems Alexander’s even worse. They clearly don’t like Alexander for some reason. And he’s doubly bad. Poor chap.

Bad Arolsen – not sure who Arolsen is or was. Arol is welsh for ‘after’. Might have originally been Carolsen, perhaps son of Carol. Further research required.

Bad Bayersoien – located in the  Pfaffenwinkel, ‘Priests corner’ with moorland around. Bayer again sounds like a dog which bays or howls. So maybe wolves in the area. A corner for priests doesn’t sound much fun to me, especially when one hears what the Roman Catholic ones sometimes get up to. Explains bad anyway.

Bad Bederkesa – perhaps the beds are bad here? As an anagram of Bederkesa is Baedeker the following may make sense.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2733416/The-riotously-PC-travel-guides-The-informed-detailed-authoritative-unguardedly-rude-Baedeker-Guides.html

Anyay, if the beds or perhaps bedding is bad, who would wish to stay the night?

Bad Bellingen – In this case I suppose the Bell people are bad. Try ringing them and find out.

Bad Belzig – whatever this means it must be bad. Wikipedia entry states that ‘Since 2003, when 14 surrounding villages were incorporated into Bad Belzig, some of them voluntarily’. Not all of them voluntary then; that sounds bad.

Bad Bentheim – sounds like the home is bent. Not a good thing to have a bent home.

Hanna Krabbe, and her sister, Friederike, were born and grew up in Bad Bentheim, they were Red Army Faction members according to Wikipedia.

Whilst I can’t find details of their family life, I suspect the reason lies with the family as so often the case. Something for someone to follow up.

Bad Bergzabern – this could be ‘mountain blabber’ according to Google translate. Possibly a hill of rubbish or crap.  But bern means bear in German. So maybe ‘mountain of bear’. Perhaps the inhabitants couldn’t bear the mountain of blabber. That’s sad (and bad I suppose).

Bad Berka – I would have thought this obvious. Berks are stupid or bad. Berkas (sic) that some women wear are stupid or bad, unless you are keeping out the sandstorms or similar. See M is for…..Masks for further explanation.

Bad Berleburg – it seems Lewis Keseberg was born here. He was accused  of cannibalism. Wikipedia gives a history.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Keseberg

Not conclusive but might explain something about the place.

Bad Berneck im Fichtelgebirge – Something bad in the Fichtel mountains. Not sure what. However, Ulrike Meinhof lived here for a little bit. She was part of the Red Army Faction (a.k.a. Baader Meinhof gang) as described earlier. Oh dear.

Adolf Hitler also stayed here sometimes. Need I say more?

On the other hand https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrike_Meinhof suggests some interesting thoughts on her life.

Bad Bertrich – It is bad that Bert is rich. Obvious. Whoever Bert is. I this this is Bertist, discrimination against Berts.

Bad Bevensen – does this mean they think Bevens are all bad? Or just the son (sic) of Beven? Perhaps they didn’t like Aneurin Bevan or maybe Ernest Bevin?

A case of Bevenism (sic) perhaps.

Bad Birnbach – Well, it seems it’s bad. Birn maybe from burn like a stream in Scotland. Can’t see why a birn should bad. Anyway, the name would mean bad stream stream, as bach means stream in German.

However, Google translate suggests pear from birne in German. So ‘pear stream’. What’s bad about that? Sounds more mad than bad.

Bad Blankenburg – bad blanken mountain? Blanken means ‘bare’ it seems. Maybe everybody there gives you a blank look. That can be bad.

Bad Bocklet – This might have to do with ‘einen Bock schießen’, to make a blunder. Scheißen with the ie the other way round means ‘to shit’. Is Bock a buck like a dollar? Bad little dollar? I suppose a big dollar better than a little one.

As to big or little shit, you tell me. Not that I want to know, mind you, that’s your affair.

Bad Bodendorf – this is near the Golden Mile, a fertile part of the Rhine valley. There was a prison camp in WW2 where German prisoners were held near the end of the war. See

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Mile_(POW_camp)

It says at the end ‘In spite of this relatively low death rate of under 1%, many survivors returned from imprisonment traumatized by their experience.’

Mmm, well seeing as Germany started the war I think this is a bit rich don’t you? The entry seems to suggest the Allies were at fault, despite the fact they had to fight a war and try and help clean up the mess afterwards.

Still, when you want to distract from murdering a few (sic) people in the holocaust, it helps to point out how bad someone else is.

Jesus said something about that, regarding planks in your own eye as I recall.

In this case I think I would say a wood yard full of planks in Germany’s eye versus a speck of sawdust in the Allies. That is bad (on the Germans part).

The village lies close by Sinzig. Sin is bad, enough said.

Bad Bodenteich – Boden means ‘ground’ and ‘teich’ means pond as far as I can make out.

There is a video in German I have noted. I wouldn’t bother watching except very briefly to see what I mean. See

All rather depressing. Would explain the bad. Next please.

Bad Boll – Boll could be like ball. A bad ball then. Okay, so what? Perhaps that’s it.

Bad Brambach – One of the radon bath spas. As radon is supposed to be injurious to health that would make sense. But makes no sense of having a spa for health reasons.

Maybe that’s the Germans for you; after all if you are Ger-manic you sound mad. Starting three world wars (current war of words included) is also mad.

Avoiding radon baths might help avoid future wars perhaps.

Bad Bramstedt – There are two people listed in the notable persons list on Wikipedia, Golden Mile and Kurt Gustav Wilckens. See

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Bramstedt

Karl Lagerfeld sounds a bit odd in his Wikipedia entry. He lost 42 Kg in 2001. 42 the ultimate answer to everything. He also apparently lied about his age.

It seems his parents lied too.

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/europe/lagerfeld-parents-were-nazi-party-members-new-biography-reveals-1.4355561

Kurt Gustav Wilckens was an anarchist. Not good then.

But Charles I. D. Looff sounds ok. Except perhaps his name which sound like a toilet. If a ‘loo’ is ‘off’, is it not working correctly I wonder?

Then there are Augusta Louise zu Stolberg-Stolberg  and Friedrich Leopold zu Stolberg-Stolberg. Presumably they were so good that they were named twice (Stolberg – Stolberg) like New York in the song by Gerard Kenny. The song reached No. 42 in the UK singles chart apparently. 42 again.

Anyway, all these entries suggest lots of bad things about Germany, and why there are a lot of bad places. Frankly mad would be as good a term.

In any event, there are rather a lot more bad places to look at.

But not today, I think. After all, there is only so much bad you can take at one go. Too much and it will drive you mad.

Like the Germans perhaps?

P.S. Here is the link on 42 again if you need it.

And M is for…..Masks

Mark of the Beast

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

14th April 2021

Here we are at last. I am indebted to a faithful follower how has worked hard to assist me in this task.

Before I start I would mention that I believe that to a certain extent history is repeating itself and that we are in 1941, 80 years ago, in some aspects. The World war against Germany. Which will be significant when you read below.

One event was that the Germans attacked and were repulsed in North Africa at Tobruk. The Australians were defending it. Well done them!

http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-battles/ww2/tobruk.htm

The Germans were led by Erwin Rommel, the lieutenant general at the time. His nick name was’The desert fox’. It amused me to note from my Cloud for the first time this year, an old Fox cross the rear of my garden yesterday.

And my wife has been having organic food delivered by an Australian over here in the UK!! Honestly, scouts honour and all that. Amazing!

Be that as it may, lets get on with the main task which I set out. Do respond once you have checked it out. And do pass on or post yourselves if you wish, include a link to my site etc. Feel free.

I am not too bothered how except I would like more people to view and know the truth so they can be free. The truth will set you free. So let’s get on with it.

But if you wish to view my page first on 666 go there. Another reminder at end of this post if you wish to go there after.

THE MARK OF THE BEAST

This is a well-known phrase striking fear into many, but few understand its full meaning. I kid you not to say that I now do. At least, that is I have uncovered the depth of meaning, and expose the fact that the interpretation over the years has been too narrow.

I do not demean all the good hard work others have put in over the years; just that I am not aware that anyone has addressed it as I have. If you know better let me know. There are no doubt further aspects to explore. I will keep  an open mind to other details.

In truth, it has had more than one meaning and has applied in different ways across history from the day John first penned the words. Whilst it might be useful to look at the history, I will not trouble to set out that side when we need to know how it applies now in the end times.

We need the original Greek words to be sure of its meaning and to analyse those first. Then the truth will be revealed.

Original Greek

Charagma – χάραγμα – mark.  A neuter noun. Note seven occurrences of this word, all in revelation, plus further 1 Charagmati, χαράγματι,  meaning a graven thing, an engraving or etching, or something stamped, an impression.

However, Google translate gives Chara as ‘Joy’. Char could be tank as in French, but can refer to chariot as in ‘your chariot awaits’ which might be said of a motor vehicle, to someone by a person else waiting to give the someone a lift.

Gma – I struggle to understand this suffix. I have the following link.

https://wordmaker.info/ending-with/gma.html

I note 12 words listed, reminds me of Satan as this is typically his number. Includes stigma. An anagram of this is M Gaits. Sounds like M-(elinda) Gates. Mmm, now there’s a thought. Who wears the trousers in that family?

We then have ‘joy of the Gates’. Does that ring a little bell? Or a dirty great big bell? Don’t forget you may have heard it here first. Tell people, they would like to know.

However, my first thought in internet research was initials of Good Morning America. And where you can find Melinda Gates video.

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/melinda-gates-15-years-historic-28398407

First thoughts can often be correct. But second thoughts can be useful too it seems. Although I put the second first in this case, to show my reasoning.

Tou – τοῦ – of the

Thēriou – θηρίου – beast. . Note 16  occurrences of this word, all in revelation A neuter noun. Strictly wild beast, but not an animal in the sacrificial sense, rather an object or organisation. See below link.

https://biblehub.com/greek/2342.htm

Definition: Note 23 and 42. See 42 link if interested, link again at end of post. 23 is the total of mark and beast references. May be significant, the number no doubt refers to 50% of the human chromosome which is 46.

What is the beast?

If the beast is neuter then this cannot be a person as such (unless perhaps they have been neutered like a eunuch!). However, I have just had the thought that that is possible, especially nowadays when transgender people have in effect been ‘neutered’. Like Rachel Devine, the United States assistant secretary for health perhaps?

However, I believe the primary meaning is institution or organisation or even a group of people. (NOTE: Added 16th April 2021. However, as I am a stupid git, I missed the blindingly obvious until I double checked something just now . See Mr Mark heading later).

I said elsewhere there are three principal groups behind the evil in world, which Satan uses to further his ambitions to rule the world. Not that he will succeed of course.

One I have exposed as Germany, strictly Prussia, although more broadly this encompasses Germanic peoples. The other two I will leave in the wings as it were for latter.

In a way the beast is the EU, essentially a Franco-German affair. As the Franks were/are Germanic I understand this makes sense. Not all French are Franks by the way. But it is the Germans who run the show in reality.

So in this post I will deal with Germany which as you will see has mark clearly stamped all over it!

The Mark

Germany was essentially brought about by Otto von Bismarck. Wikipedia says;

Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg (born von Bismarck-Schönhausen; German: Otto Eduard Leopold Fürst[2] von Bismarck, Herzog zu Lauenburg; 1 April 1815 – 30 July 1898), known as Otto von Bismarck (German: [ˈɔto fɔn ˈbɪsmaʁk] (About this soundlisten)), was a conservative German statesman who masterminded the unification of Germany in 1871

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_von_Bismarck

Bismarck essentially means ‘to mark’

What was Germany’s currency? The Mark.

Note the following:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_German_combat_vehicles_of_World_War_II#Panzer_VII_%22L%C3%B6we%22

‘Wild beasts’ include – panther, puma, tiger, elephant, lion. Also maus which means mouse in English! The Germans do have some sense of humour!

Also rhino and mule. There is a Marder = Marten, a type of weasel.

There is also leopard for modern day tanks.

Note the various Marks (Mk) of tanks.

Note Churchill called Tirpitz “the beast”, and ordered that no effort be spared to hunt her down.

Are you in any doubt about this now?

Motor vehicles

But what about the reference in the Bible to mark being on the right hand/forehead?

https://biblehub.com/text/revelation/13-16.htm

Well, strictly this is front rather than forehead, right (hand side) rather than right hand. Which opens up a different possibility, not human at all.

In fact it refers to the front of the vehicle. The word is ‘met-o-pon’ in Greek. –  Think pon as in pont like bridge in Welsh for example. Could be bridge of nose, like a bumper. A car has two eyes, think of cartoons like ‘Cars’ etc.

The Mark is the number plate!!!

And can be on the right hand or right hand side!!!

See photograph below.

Please note that going back to Charagma, Char can mean ‘to burn, a burn mark’, like the burn marks of tyre on tarmac or asphalt. Etc.

And who is implied as the king of Tyre as set out in the Bible. Why, the old enemy, Satan!!

Again, the mark on the ground is like a brand on the earth as it were.  Or what about the latest brand, the latest fashion. Each year many people like to buy the latest model.

Yet again, vehicles can be ‘wild beasts’ as they are out of control unless we steer it (self-drive models not withstanding as is currently being researched/marketed).

The wild beast can be thought of as the motor vehicle which pollutes and all associated by products – mountains of old tyres to deal with, for example.

Who first really developed the motor car? Karl Benz. A German. Who has many of the car models in the world? Germany. There’s a surprise – not!!

Including Roll Royce which as far as I can tell is essentially in German hands. Marks (!)  or brands include ‘The spirit of Ecstasy’. Joy of the beast would make sense here.

This will all lead on to other matters and the interpretation of Revelation which is opening up to me as I turn the keys I have been given. Keep a look out.

Merck of the Beast

A German pharmaceutical company. See

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merck_Group

Note it says at today’s date it is in 66 countries!!

Note also Bayer AG, a chemical etc manufacturing company.

What do some wild beasts like wolves do? They bay, and could be described as bayers!!

Another mark

There is another mark, a different mark. You see Charagma can be an etching, which sounds like itching or a scratch mark. Or a little prick. Like with a needle.

What does the nurse say say if she is taking blood as I experienced in recent years? ‘Just a little prick.’ Now in one sense I find that funny, and those with ears to hear may do so too, but it can be related to injections.

Such as for insertion of a drip for saline, or chemotherapy.

Or vaccines.

Now there’s a thought. Side effects of vaccines for some? Well these include soreness in the arm.

Or feeling rather unwell. Or very unwell for several days.

Or death.

If you can call that a side effect. Death is rather terminal to the physical body, so I’m not sure it counts. Just as well there is a resurrection of the body.

I will have to look at this in more detail, but please do research re German involvement. Pfizer and Merck seem to be at or near top of list for annual revenues from vaccines. Pfizer was founded by German immigrants.

As to other companies here is link which may be of use.

Anagrams of ‘Mark of the beast’

For some alternative thoughts, mediate on the following:

Be ok after maths – after counting all fraudulent votes in USA presidential election perhaps

Mask of the beat – masks worn by those beaten down or cowed by governments – but not by people who will not fear man but God. Remember perfect love casts out fear.

Some related thoughts below.

Mask of the Beast

The wearing of masks has become compulsory it seems unless you are British and have read the guidance and advice from the government and understood it correctly like me.

But I believe that mask wearing does vary from country to country and state to state. Still utterly pointless against a virus unless you are trying to keep out diesel fumes, for example.

Diesel, invented by hmm, let me think, ooh it’s on the tip of my tongue – no don’t rush me…..ah! Yes, a German. There’s a surprise – not!

Sadly, few others have checked over this and so many people and firms have followed blindly the advice on masks in the UK without due diligence to legislation in general. Like risk assessments for those you are trying to inflict them on.

Anyway, the beast in this instance is the faceless bureaucracy that you struggle to fight in your attempts to get sense into people.

But we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, and authorities, the cosmic powers of darkness, and spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.

However, having looked more closely at the original text just now, I realise that we have been missing the point. Rather badly. Oh dear, silly me.

Still, that gives me something else to do. As if I haven’t enough already. If you want something done properly do it yourself. Honestly, I don’t know.

Anyway, look out for further posts or maybe I will create a page sometime I hope and tell you where to look.

Marx of the Beast

Karl Marx was a German Jew who came to England. He was the author of ‘Das Kapital’, essentially as I understand it, promoting a communistic materialistic view of life.

I will need to analyse in more depth, but he was responsible for it, along with Fredrick Engels, (Engels means ‘angel’) for the ideas that lead to the communists and Nazis (who are both ultimately socialist). And of course three world wars that led to millions of deaths.

Please note that the communists in Russia were funded by Germany to get the Russians out of the First World War and relieve the pressure of a second front. I have yet to research in detail, but my wife told me this and I believe it to be correct as well as making sense.

Again I say three World Wars as we are in the third war now, a war of words which I have explained elsewhere.

The Beast in this case is his country of origin; Prussia, now Germany. There’s a surprise – not!

I am repeating myself but ‘look out for further posts or maybe I will create a page and tell you where to look’.

Angela Merkel

I am sure you know who she is. Chancellor of Germany.

What does her name mean? ‘Angel Notice’. Or perhaps ‘angel mark’ would do.

Now there’s as surprise – not!!

Mr Mark (added 16th April 2021)

Who I hear you cry? Mr Mark. Who’s he?

Well, that’s obvious, I had thought about it without full attention. Oh well, better late than never I suppose.

M. Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron that’s who. Or Mr ‘God with us Mark’. Yup, macron means mark! He may be a closet Scotsman as in Mac Ron, but that is just funny.

He has a nice smile, married his mother, sorry mother figure, just like Oedipus Rex. And he’s a wanker, sorry  banker, (in a dark or black suit) among other things. He is French but we can forgive him that. Possibly. Or perhaps not.

And the pope likes him. That’s Francis the Jesuit by the way, the man in the white suit, not the other one from Germany, Benny Dick or something like that, who’s not dead yet.

The pope, or pape or papa, who likes to pretend he’s the holy Father. More holes than gorgonzola I say. Somebody says he’s been arrested a while back. Mmm, interesting.

The Most High will have something to say about pretending to be the holy Father. He thought He was the highest cheese in the universe.

We will have to await developments. Or preferably get out there and tell the Truth, all of it.

This site is worth looking at, extremely informative.

https://www.macronistheantichrist.info/

I thought I might just set out a better interpretation of Mr Mark’s name as a result. Italics from ‘An excellent article’ in above link.

Monsieur – My Sir – In his case ‘Mon Sewer’. A place where you put crap.

Emmanuel – God with us – In his case Cod with us because he is fishy.

Or ‘Vichy’ see https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-46129990

In either case he stinks and is controlled by Germany.

Jean – gift from God – In his case ‘Git from Cod’. A youngish git and still fishy (or Vichy).

Michel – who is like God? – in his case W.H.O. is like Cod? All very fishy. (and still Vichy). See:

https://newsaf.cgtn.com/news/2021-04-24/WHO-Macron-condemn-global-vaccine-divide–ZHP5LYqFDq/index.html

Frédéric – peaceful ruler (“Prince of Peace” is the title for Jesus Christ – Isaiah 9:6-7) – In his case ‘Pees full ruler’ or ‘Prince of Pees’. Prince of Piss perhaps? No, not perhaps, definitely.

Macron – a written or printed mark (Revelation 13 tells us “the mark… is the name of the beast (Antichrist)”. Coincidence or incredible play on words?)

The blogger in the quoted article has asked a question. The second part is correct. Did anyone ever doubt that the heavenly Father loves plays on words?

Me for one. At least, I didn’t think about it as such. I thought He must have a sense of humour though. I didn’t realise how awful (in a good sense) His jokes could be. But then I have always loved puns, plays on words. Now I just adore them (in a good way I hope).

The bible is full of them if you look. Much funnier book than anyone, myself included, ever realised.

Conclusion (amended 16th April 2021)

I do hope it is blindly obvious. Germany, with a capital G, one of the beasts, with lots of Marks.

Motor vehicles, ‘beasts’ which can go out of control and injure or kill. With number plates and brands, various Marks.

Communists with their Marx!

And governments’ generally with their stupid Masks!!

And let us not forget ‘Mon Sewer Cod with us Git from Cod W.H.O is like Cod Full of piss ruler Mark On.’ King of France, the Franks (mainly) who are Germanic, and potential world leader. A stinking sewer, stinking fish, git, etc. etc.

There is also a word for someone who marries someone old enough to be his mother, I forget what.

And wanker, sorry banker.

Easy when you know how, seemly impossible when you don’t.

Do pass on, the good thing about truth is it is precious, like jewels and gold and silver that don’t wear out.

I hope you can treasure these things, but sharing them will bring you additional joy.

More joy for another ‘wild beast’, wild hair anyway.

Like me perhaps?!

Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

P.S. You may well wish to view my page on 666. Or 42

P.P.S or perhaps the following. Covid 19 Summary

P.P.P.S Or even this which might explain the problems with Germany.

Why are so many German cities Bad?