Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Flu shots cause the flu.

Sunscreen causes skin cancer.

Diet coke causes obesity.

Sleeping pills cause insomnia.

Vaccines cause chronic disease.

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Surviving healthcare is actually avoiding healthcare.

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Could you ask him to put it on rumble or bitchute, and giive us the link?

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Another one of their faves is "democracy" which they can literally repeat every minute, thus telling you it must be the opposite and NOT democratic at all.

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Excellent essay Robert.

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Will just repost what I posted recently in Sasha Latypova's Substack.

The bible calls this evil, this attack on us now, the "mystery of iniquity."

For the mystery of iniquity already worketh; only that he who now holdeth, do hold, until he be taken out of the way.

2 Thessalonians 2:7

I call it "original sin", and it is that which every human is left , with its permanent imprint, throughout life. Original sin is removed at baptism, and we have the love of God and continuing grace to help us fight the good fight and having done all, to stand.

I pray that all here experience the ever- centeredness and grounding of the good news of Jesus the Christ. Acknowledge Him in all thy ways and He will direct thy paths.



Writes Dachsie’s Substack

Aug 13

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"Locally, nobody was confused about the true causes of these fires - over 90% of them were caused by Pacific Gas and Electric company’s equipment blowing up (delayed maintenance is up to 60 years, but PGE is mandated to buy “green” extremely expensive energy), as well as many cases of arson. Paradise, CA fire was most likely a result of some sort of weaponry being tested and deployed. "

This old conspiracy analyst recalls the phrase "they're going to sprint naked the last mile." It appears that "THEY" are showing us how all the scandals and conspiracies are aggregating in to one at this point in time. The PLANdemic and all it includes is just one component of this last mile that seems to be playing out right now.

Some people will wake up and become aware and some people will remain in "cognitive dissonance."


Be kind and pray unceasingly for your loved ones and for humanity as a whole.


Pray without ceasing.

1 Thessalonians 5:17


Now to Him who is able to do all things more abundantly than we desire or understand, according to the power that worketh in us;

Ephesians 3:20

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Great rundown. Quick reminder: they want you dead or enslaved. But most, preferably dead.

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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

A pretty exhaustive list of what ails us. "Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." We seem to be making progress in this direction.

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Aug 15·edited Aug 15Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Hello Robert,

Great read, and you bring up an important question with this ...

"The psychopath trademark is a stream of purpose-built lies to confuse and dishearten us. The open question is how much is designed to damage and kill us and how much is simply to make money. I fear most is the former."

Although without a similar level of social currency then yourself, I have a slightly different perspective by virtue of being permanently marginalized from accruing social currency. I am a "white person of color" living in Japan for 40 years, having resigned in protest from a rare 'tenured' position at a Japanese college about 10 years ago.

I won't go into the messy details to avoid straying from my main point, but I've spent decades trying to tease out the proximal and distal causes for my life and career approaching an unremarkable end.

On my part, it is not for lack of educational ideals and an altruistic temperament — probably high in the "Agreeableness" variable in the OCEAN model — https://positivepsychology.com/big-five-personality-theory/

Attributing systematic marginalization to Japanese culture has been more problematic. One-on-one, I tend to get along very well with Japanese (speak it well enough to make jokes and puns to put Japanese at ease and raise their curiosity about me), to a lesser extent with small, empathy-driven communities (NPOs, volunteer groups, etc.), but least of all, with institutions. I mentioned those three disctinctions of group dynamics because I found that more salient than blunt racism.

What has been both frustrating and interesting to me is that callous rule-justified dynamics of institutions in Japan tend to treat individuals with the least empathy, particularly those who tend to be on the altruistic end of a machiavellian-moral spectrum ... and that includes other Japanese as well as foreigners. Just two nights ago, I watched Johnny Depp's comeback movie, "Minamata" regarding the extent to which greed-driven, corporate exploitation will go in destroying innocent lives.

This makes sense because corporations, like colleges, hospitals, and other institutions are not empathy-driven. They are rule-driven. I have come to define the difference between communities and institutions by three variables which appear to have a high correlation ...

— degree of mutual individual recognition and interaction,

— natural emergence of the group as opposed to top-down coercion or transaction, and

— scale, Dunbar's number being a general proxy. As the quote goes, quantity does appear to have a quality all of its own. And regarding social primates as opposed to herding primates, it isn't good. Interesting to note, our closest cousins, chimpanzees, have a maximum troop size of about 200 before splintering ... not so far off from Dunbar's number.

I mentioned the OCEAN model of largely genetically determined temperamental traits earlier, and the link points to Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs" as a fore-runner ... a fascinating discussion in itself when trying to integrate that with more overtly collectivist cultures such as Japan. But another model that has been useful in teasing out my failure to thrive in Japan is the Cluster B, "dark triad" personality traits ... the pathological narcissists, machiavellian opportunists, and morphologically defined psychopaths among us.

Although epigenetics throws a big monkey wrench into the nature-nurture continuum, I think those traits are mostly genetically influenced. Another problem is that of terminology. I have read many papers and essays that distinguish psychopath and sociopath as the equivalence of nature vs. nurture.

While there does seem to be evidence that early childhood trauma is more salient than genetic predisposition in destructive tendencies, I define those two terms differently ... psychopath ,in particular of the dark-triad, as neuro-biological, morphologically distinct from most neurotypical people. I have read anywhere from 1 to 3% of the general population being true psychopaths, a little more falling into a trauma / sociopathy category.

I am still struggling to come to terms with Anneke Luka, former sex slave of the predatory -ruling class, and her forgiveness of them because of her assumption they are all projecting their own unresolved childhood traumas. Such reasoning rules out genetic predispositions, and I don't know if 'forgiveness" can or should be applied to those who are temperamentally predisposed to sadism.

'Sociopath' I would define as anyone with consistent behavior which is pathological to society ... which includes the as-yet morphologically unidentifiable structures responsible for pathological levels of behavior from the other two prongs of the dark-triads ... the pathological narcissists and machiavellian opportunists.

But over the years, I've struggled with something that did not quite fit the psychopath as necessarily predisposed to "evil".

Psychopaths are people who are simply born without the neurological structures allowing for empathy (or shame, or fear) in the same way that most of us do. Not only to thrive, but just to survive, they depend on keen skills of observation and mimicry of neurotypical behavior — the failure of which sometimes resulting in inappropriate behavior such as snickering at a funeral, dependence on violence (hence the high proportion of psychopaths among prison inmates), or failed "junk capitalism" such as Theranos or Big Pharma.

But then there are the 'good' or 'useful' psychopaths among us, perhaps the most famous contemporary being James Fallon, author of "The Psychopath Inside" — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_H._Fallon.

But over the last 6 or 7 years, I have also exchanged hundreds of comments with an advocate for psychopaths on Quora, Athena Walker ... and among the things I learned and conclusions I came to:

— There is probably an evolutionary necessity to our collective gene pool for a minority of such people ... such to lead and protect groups from external threats, or to forage in uncharted areas for new resources. A high percentage of lawyers and brain surgeons score high on tests for psychopathy, presumably correlated with their capacity to remain cool under pressure.

— Psychopaths are not all the same, and as with some philosophers such as Kant, some choose to create their own morality grounded in logic rather than empathy.

— The above has led some psychologists to expand the dark-triad to include another moral variable ... the degrees of "sadism" one is temperamentally inclined to pursue, thus making this a 'dark-tetrad'.

Regarding a moral system, granted, logic has its limits ... Wittgenstein's Ladder and Gödel's incompleteness theorems being examples pointing to those limits ... as are the edges of any scientific paradigm before shifting into something with less cognitive dissonance (for example, bridging relativity theory and quantum dynamics with a ToE).

But empathy has its limits too, particularly scaling, the Trolley Problem being a good example — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolley_problem.

One's ethical decisions would no doubt depend on the relationship of those being effected to the one making the choice of who should live and who should die. Scaling brings the limits of logic (through quantity) back into the empathetic dilemma, for example, simultaneously dealing with multiple trolley car decisions separated by increasingly distant countries and cultures.

These limits of empathy and logic might be part and parcel of what it means to be a human being. But these limits are going to be stretched, perhaps terminally so, in trying to solve the alignment problem of A.I. We haven't even solved that problem among fellow humans.

Returning to the evolutionary necessity, and arguably continuing practical necessity of having a small number of psychopaths in our collective gene pool ... that does not address the problem of the eventual corruption, decay, and collapse of every empire, what I call a "Tower of Babel Syndrome".

My guess, and just a guess, is that the behaviorist experiments of Asch, Milgram, Zimbardo etc. showed how close that moral line beyond which we will not step actually is, and how to manipulate that distance with authority, fear, propaganda, scale, etc. ... those 'nudge units' Laura Dodsworth writes about in "State of Fear". https://www.amazon.com/State-Fear-government-weaponised-Covid-19/dp/1780667205

Though the majority of us are not psychopaths nor sociopaths, we all exhibit some degree of narcissism and opportunism in the mating game, publish-or-perish, or prosperity theology.

Again, my guess, and just a guess, is that a percentage of the true psychopaths tend to be more 'intelligent' than most of us ... particularly when intelligence is framed in predatory behavior ... and they are intelligent enough to nudge us, or rather 'herd' we more empathetic neurotypicals by isolating and atomizing us from familial and community bonds, and shortening the moral line beyond which we will not step. The policies of the global Lock-Step approach to the plandemic appears to be a classic case of such predatory pre-planning, and damn it ... most of us behaved as predicted.

I was never a STEM researcher, but I did direct the biology labs for non-STEM undergrads at Temple University Japan for about 20 years ... yet, not a single member of my blood kin back in the states heeded my warnings about the jabs, the masks (and other NPIs), or suspicions that cheap off-label drugs, supplements, and diet could be more effective than Big Pharma. I am still the black sheep of my family. That's how good the predatory use of behaviorist psychology has been.

Will end for now, but save your post and my comment for future reference. Who knows? Future publication?

Cheers from Japan Robert

Keep up the good fight.


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Aug 14Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

I'm currently reading and highly recommend a similar book: "180 Degrees: Unlearn The Lies You've Been Taught To Believe" by Feargus O'Connor Greenwood. Here is a review and excerpt including a couple of videos with the author: https://unbekoming.substack.com/p/pearl-harbor

Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/180-Degrees-Unlearn-Taught-Believe/dp/1915236002/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1M62JTGWR9H7P&keywords=180+degrees&qid=1691836167&sprefix=180+degrees%2Caps%2C353&sr=8-1

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Excellent, looks like this would be right up there with Paul Watzlawick's the situation is hopeless, but not serious. Will order this when the kindle title is available. Trying to get away from physical books. I am drowning in them already ;-)

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Sounds like the description of the Penal System and the complete lies and coverups.

That cost Dukakis his presidential bid, his love of Killers furloughs, and commuting at 10 years of Lifers. WILLIE HORTON AND OTHERS, Mass is still a Deep Blue state, that loves criminals more than citizens' lives or safety.

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Aug 15Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Amazing summary Dr. Y.

Thank you

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Aug 15Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Excellent list. Many struggle with appreciating the levels of sociopathy and outright psychopathy in the oligarch elite, and this is a major barrier to understanding what is really going on. Once you starting observing what they do rather than listening to what they say (via media propaganda), the scales start to drop from your eyes. Just to add one very important point: the debasement of money and corruption of central banking is perhaps THE primary source of evil.

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Aug 15Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Well said. Thank you. We WILL win the battle against EVIL!!!

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