They don’t make em like they used to

This is just a visual spectacle. I would post some screenshots on my Tumblr, but nobody will see it there. The movie is called “And Now the Screaming starts!”. Terrible name, but the movie itself is less terrible than the name suggests. Not saying it’s great, but it’s from 1970, when they were still allowed to make movies where the main character is not a fat black grumpy lesbian (#jesuisLSWM).

It’s not a period drama, it’s a horror movie set in the late 18th century. But horror from 1970 is not scary, as your brain is desensitized.

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  1. I think you shared a clip of this movie before, where the woman hangs herself while the children are playing at the carnival. Or maybe that was a different movie, not sure.

    Not really into horror movies but the one that I can distinctly remember watching as a child was Jeepers Creepers 1.

    Also, off topic but the death of Lord Jacob Rothschild at 87 suggests that maybe the elites don’t have access to major life extension technology after all.

    • >Also, off topic but the death of Lord Jacob Rothschild at 87 suggests that maybe the elites don’t have access to major life extension technology after all.

      If they had access to it, they’d fake their deaths.

      But I don’t think they have access to it.

    • “I think you shared a clip of this movie before, where the woman hangs herself while the children are playing at the carnival. Or maybe that was a different movie, not sure.”

      No man, the hanging scene is from The Omen.

    • That guy is actually severely ill, he has regularly had blood drawn since 2019.

      He’s also apparently mentally disabled.

    • Yeah I saw that on Twitter:

      https://twitter.com/kischober/status/1764885569627201565?t=bEzhJWPqX8LJTC2hHAmvuQ&s=19

      The poster is the same guy who Radagast was arguing with on Twitter about how to interpret the IgG4 class switch study (he was one of the main authors of the study). Bizarrely, there’s a photo of him on his Twitter where he and the other co-authors are celebrating with champagne when the study was published in a prestigious journal (“And let’s toast to all our hard work in discovering something that could mean billions are doomed.” was one of the replies).

      Bizarrely this guy who was injected 217 times did not show evidence of the IgG4 class switch, possibly because his first vaccine was the J&J Janssen adenoviral vector.

      • The regime has been lying so often, that the starting assumption has to be that the maxvaxx dude is larping.

        Also, I remember how they would make a stark example of anyone caught faking a vaxx card. Unsurprisingly, the actor larping for the regime has not been thrown in jail for ten consecutive life terms.

        • People are obsessed with this gigavaxxer because they think these vaccines kill people through their adverse side-effects, so the gigavaxxer looks like a bullet against their mental model of the world.

          But as I have argued many times myself, the real problem you’re dealing with is that these vaccines have negative efficacy against a virus that destroys your endothelial cells.

          That’s why we only see the excess mortality during massive COVID waves.

          The vaxxers lucked out by the fact that the BA.1 and BA.2 variants from which almost all current strains descend were very mild, so the damage from their experiment was modest initially. But every successive variant since then has grown more virulent.

          What you can also see from all the studies I’ve posted, is that most of the damage to the immune response is already done with the first two shots.

          After the first two shots, you rapidly run into diminishing returns, in regards to the damage these vaccines can do.

          The only thing you see in this guy are modestly elevated levels of antibodies compared to other vaxxers, because the body just has hard limits on how many antibodies it can produce, your immune system has a limited pool of T cells to work with to stimulate the B cells.

          You don’t see severe side effects in this guy, because every time he gets another shot of science-juice, he’s getting cells transfected locally in his muscle, where T cells and other cells have already gathered in high concentrations to destroy transfected cells from previous encounters. The cells being transfected hardly even really get a chance to produce spike proteins.

          The real problem you’re dealing with is that these antibodies can not offer anyone sterilizing immunity. But because they constantly are recalled by breakthrough infections, they prohibit training of the innate immune system.

          And as the B cells producing these antibodies undergo somatic hypermutation, eventually you end up with these antibodies binding to other respiratory viruses too, where their effect is bound to be suboptimal.

          Live vaccines tend to have positive non-specific effects on unrelated pathogens.

          Inactivated vaccines, like the SARS2 vaccines, have negative non-specific effects on unrelated pathogens:

          https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0264410X23015062

          This would be bad enough if these inactivated vaccines actually worked, but as they don’t actually work, that immune response is being continually recalled and boosted over successive infections. And because it’s a relatively slow-acting immune response, the virus also gets an opportunity to damage the immune system with every infection.

          I have explained this a few times now, you can see the consequences unfolding around the world now. You have elevated levels of pneumonia all year long now in most countries and strange outbreaks of all sorts of pathogens that used to be vaccine-controlled, like measles.

          • There were too many adverse side-effects leading to death short after the vaccination. How can negative efficacy become deadly so fast?

            I don’t say you are wrong, but I think it’s a mixture of causes.

          • Master Rintrah,

            I am awestruck by the complexity and finesse of the way the immune system works.

            I am not a specialist in microbiology, but I am pretty good at detecting BS, have a PhD in an engineering field, and I am quite used to reading scientific papers.

            What I see is that: 1. You are speaking the truth, and 2. Your reasoning is based on concepts that anybody who did graduate-level studies in your field should know. In other words, any competent professional in medicine should be able to come to the same conclusions as you, once one or two key papers about the antibody class switch and subsequent matters come to their attention.

            My question for you and other medical specialists reading your posts is: Is the jab/virus dynamic that you are describing the “quiet consensus” in the field now, even though it may only be discussed between close friends, due to political oppression in medical institutions? Or is the selection for obedience so powerful in the medical field, that the vast majority of specialists self-hypnotized into only thinking along the official lines (“Antibodies are what plants crave!”)?

          • Good question. I’d love to know the answer myself.

            There is at least some open acknowledgement that there is a real problem with the IgG4 response seen in mRNA vaccinated people.

            What I haven’t really seen yet however, is any real acknowledgement that it’s a bad idea to give people an inactivated vaccine against a Sarbecovirus.

            They basically treated this virus like a flu virus.

            But the Sarbecoviruses are much more flexible than influenza. They have a variety of mechanisms they can use to escape people’s antibody response. They have a much wider tissue tropism, many potent interferon suppressing genes and can evolve to become highly fusogenic. The virus is evolving to become more fusogenic, but the most fusogenic varieties of SARS2 are still far below SARS1 in their ability.

          • Now there are regular Irish news articles on the rise in measles, and the Irish government now looks set to legalise assisted suicide and euthanasia:

            https://twitter.com/principite/status/1765765853314752943?t=8US_umQ6aNP-kxnn5ANYpQ&s=19

            The news articles discussing this new bill are emphasising “neurodegeneration”. So we are copying Canada’s MAID program. It is crazy how far to the left Ireland has swung in recent years. Same sex marriage, abortion, open borders, draconian hate speech laws and now this. The Irish prime minister is a gay half-Indian who is a WEF young global leader, which tells you all you need to know.

            I did a search for “booster” on that disabled they/them wokie’s profile and they have gotten at least 5 shots, they still believe in the science juice. A few weeks ago I was in Dublin city and heard loud megaphones in the distance. There was a massive pro-palestinian protest taking place. I spent some time walking amongst the crowd, observing the they/them wokies. Lots of them waving Marxist banners, lots of transgenders, obesity, dyed hair, piercings, tattoos, they were all wearing pink face masks. I feel bad for these people, they are extremely emotionally and psychologically damaged.

          • “Question… Is the jab/virus dynamic that you are describing the “quiet consensus” in the field now, even though it may only be discussed between close friends, due to political oppression in medical institutions? Or is the selection for obedience so powerful in the medical field, that the vast majority of specialists self-hypnotized into only thinking along the official lines?”

            It’s a really good question. I think it’s a combination – with groups of too-small-to-nucleate professionals whispering to each other in a sea of mainstream narrative ignorance – just like the rest of the world.

            My formal training is in Immunology (innate) and now I work in non-Immunological clinical areas. The medical professionals around me are as ignorant and devoid of curiosity regarding COVID and the “vaccines” as the general public seem to be. Your question made me think deeply and come up with a hypothesis… that the classic line “a lie can go halfway around the world before the truth can get its boots on” is more true now than ever. The lies are longer lasting, too. And it occurs to me that the commonly held and dangerous misconceptions about both the dangers of COVID, and the safety and effectiveness of the mRNA gene therapy “vaccines” involve a sort of INFORMATIONAL or KNOWLEDGE-BASED FORM OF ORIGINAL ANTIGENIC SIN. The earliest initial beliefs and understandings regarding COVID are the ones that seem to stick with people, especially when that belief system is cemented with the cold reality that many chose to take a toxic experimental gene product with what is being revealed as a mortal risk and a really bad idea. What a powerful force compelling many to remain psychologically ignorant and in the dark! Couple that with the totally paradigm-shattering fact that the medical and regulatory authorities charged with protecting us utterly failed in the moment it mattered most, and you get a reality that most people – even medical professionals – frankly cannot face.

      • I read a lot about the big problem of the interrupted cooling chains and production errors. It seems like as if 80%, 90% or even 95% of the shots were not intact.
        But all the rotten junk mRNA, it’s like throwing sand in the gears, everything breaks down. I suspect the turbo cancers are mostly a result of that rotten junk mRNA, and so many people got it.

        • The concern about scaling a brand-new, untested technology from Research into Production, at global scale, with no long-term studies and impossible Quality Control, is what kept me from taking the jab in the first place. I have worked with getting engineering and IT projects from R&D into production all my life, and it’s a hassle even when you can QC each individual output item. That’s why it’s not a good idea to buy the first model year of a car. Add to these issues mass hysteria, propaganda and censorship, and it was quite obvious that nothing good will come out of that effort.

      • Wait, is this true??
        The mental gigavaxxed man is “the same guy who Radagast was arguing with on Twitter about how to interpret the IgG4 class switch study”??
        AND “he was one of the main authors of the study.”??

        I can’t believe it.

        • I see now that LSWM Lives Matter is referring to Kilian Schober, not the crazy gigavaxxed German.

          NEVER MIND

          Pardon my stupid post.

          But I’m also shocked he’s still standing. No heart trouble, no turbo cancer, no nothing?

        • No I was talking about Kilian Schober, he is a researcher at a German University. He co-authored the IgG4 class switch that was published in ScienceImmunology in December 2022 (see Radagast’s “Trainwreck of all Trainwrecks” article). Now, that same researcher and his team has published another study in The Lancet where they are describing the immune profile of the “mental gigavaxxed man”.

          So basically, a deluded PhD virologist is studying a mentally ill COVID cultist.

          https://twitter.com/the_rostrich/status/1606574684434477056?t=CLtNIzB8S5CFBJU5E9u-cA&s=19

          • Didn’t The Lancet already lose all credibility with their fraudulent study on Hydroxychloroquine?

    • The lord of vaxxmxxing is revealed.
      Know of someone who got 9 for shits and giggles but this is incredible… Funniest shit I’ve seen in ages

    • Kevin McKernan has a good article about that dude:

      https://anandamide.substack.com/p/217-jabs-or-legal-jousting

      Mr. McKernan correctly points out “He was under prosecution for selling fake vaccine cards and for some reason this led the authors to believe he was a trustworthy source when it came to declaring that all of those jabs, this criminal, personally received.”

      No joke. McKernan’s discoveries over the past year put him on the short list for Man of the Century.

  2. I’ve never heard of this film; thanks for the recommendation.

    I recognize the bloke with the candle from another film people might enjoy: “Witchfinder General,” starring Vincent Price as Matthew Hopkins, who was a real-life, semi-official witch-hunter during the English Civil War. It’s not a typical fun/corny Vincent Price film, but instead is something considerably darker.

  3. it’s not a period drama, it’s a horror movie set in the late 18th century. But horror from 1970 is not scary, as your brain is desensitized.”

    Have you seen the Argento thrillers? They seem right up your alley in terms of surreal/trippy/vintage.

    I’ll check the movie out when I have some time. The contrast between colors looks good, like the lush greenery in the first pictures. Also, the windows in the last one. That’s one of the things missing from modern horror: it’s all grey, black, no colors at all, and grimy.

    You gotta admit they had cool hair back then, too.

    • >Have you seen the Argento thrillers? They seem right up your alley in terms of surreal/trippy/vintage.

      I had the same thought. If Radagast has not seen Argento films, he should.

      Regarding the OP, it seems Radagast has a taste for the Gothic-style U.K. horror which reached its peak in the 70s. There’s a term for this genre, but I can’t recall it at the moment. Related to the “Hammer Studio” films, but specifically the 70s output.

      I haven’t read the following book but it looks like it would be cool to own:

      https://www.amazon.com/Ten-Years-Terror-British-Seventies/dp/0952926083

  4. Rad, what is the point of horror movies?

    Are they meant for LSWMs or for HSWMs?

    As for the 217 times vaxxed guy, I wouldn’t mind if all those behind all this were forcefully jabbed 217 times in public with the same thing as the masses were vaxxed.

  5. Looks like the Gigavaxxer was just a vax-card-seller who studied the procedures in the vax-center, where he was a permanent guest, and found a trick to get new cards every day (“I was yesterday here, didn’t got/lost my vax-card. Can you please …”).

    But the problem with the unknown size of the percentage share of non-intact shots stays on the table. Is it 5%, 20%, 50% or way more? Nobody knows. Maybe the truth is in a vault deep under the Pfizer headquarter, but we will never see it.

    Therefore all studies comparing vaxxed via non-vaxxed maybe are all worthless. Maybe it’s better if we stop hunting the truth like a ghost.
    It’s a blackbox like the neuronal network of an AI.

    • But if a large percentage of shots were degraded/inactive/placebo/saline then we wouldn’t have:

      – Mr. R.R. describing all these studies where they compare the persistent differences in immunological profiles between the vaccinated and unvaccinated (vaccinated relying primarily on adaptive immunity, unvaccinated relying primarily on innate immunity)

      – SARS2 evolving all these crazy mutations on its spike protein, because there would be much less selection pressure on that region of the virus

      – Vastly different levels of SARS2 in sewage when comparing highly vaccinated and lowly vaccinated geographical regions

      • We can not distinguish between effects of intact shots, non-intact-shots and of the virus. We have vaxxed, unvaxxed and rotten-mRNA poisoned. If we treat three groups like two groups it can only lead to garbage in > garbage out.

  6. Speaking of British Hammer Horror films from 60s/70s, “Quatermass and the Pit” is great-and includes mantis-like aliens, as well as mass psychosis/mass formation among those too weak minded to resist. Awesome.

  7. I just emailed my GP and asked if I could have an Rx for Metformin for in case I caught covid, and to my amazement he said yes and immediately called it in for me. I have not seen him in literally over five years since I am in an HMO at a big teaching hospital and he never has any openings; he is very busy doing studies. So I always end up with a physician’s assistant or Urgent Care. But his saying yes makes me think that it is not a bad thing to have on hand (per the Lancet study that found it reduced long covid risk by 41 percent). I did tell him I wasn’t vaxxed and hadn’t caught covid yet, due to masking (yeah, that thing), Xlear and claritin. I thought I was going to be stuck finding some online doctor to prescribe it.

    • Karen, just in relation to your recent comment regarding loss of smell, this video may be of use to you:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1m7kn7lmGFo

      This NASA scientist August Dunning regained his long lost sense of smell after 3 days of dry fasting. He also discusses how Russian scientists have used dry fasting as a method of healing radiation induced DNA damage in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster. So it’s biologically plausible that it may also heal tissues and organs damaged by COVID. He wrote a book titled “The Phoenix Protocol”.

      Of course, dry fasting may not be without its risks. If I remember correctly, some women find that fasting can have a potential negative effect on certain hormones, so be sure to exercise caution.

      • Wow, thank you!!!!!! I have tried fasting, although not that particular type of fasting, and it raises my blood pressure a lot, probably due to hormonal effects. But since it is starting from a low point it wouldn’t be a problem to do it for three days. That is really interesting.

  8. I know a guy from zoom church who is 65 y.o. and who is in stunning physical shape; he rode his bike cross country this past summer and his resting heart rate is around 45 and he is a vegetarian and lives on health food. He has had all of the shots and all of the boosters, and wears an N95 at all relevant times, and so far he hasn’t caught covid. But he had periodontal surgery last week and the next day was very sick indeed. Terrible cough, chest infection and very red and oozing eyes. He and I assumed it must be covid, since the symptoms do match. But he keeps testing negative.

    So he went to several doctors, including an eye doctor, and the eye doctor hadn’t seen anything like his eye infection before, and he conferred with his colleagues and concluded that it he has systemic adult Haemophilus influenzae.

    This guy is never, ever sick, but it is 9 days since his symptoms started and he is still a mess. I told him he’d better get on the right antibiotic fast (he’s an a useless one) to avoid sepsis, and that he should see an infectious disease specialist. I wonder if the IgG3 to IgG4 shift is a factor here.

  9. OT:

    A structural analog of LSD has shown great promise for the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and is now advancing through FDA trials:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/what-trip-psychedelic-medicine-company-mindmed-shares-rocket-50-after-positive-data

    However it seems that many LSWMs in the Zerohedge comments section don’t seem to be the biggest fans of serotonergic psychedelics. Some amusing examples:

    “Nobody should belived the “data”, it’s all fabricated. These drug companies are in business to make money and not help you. LSD makes people psychotic not antipsychotic and the reality is, the government want more crazy people. People are picking up on the SSRIs as the cause for school shootings so they need a replacement to cause the school shootings.”

    “When I was a kid I was told that drugs caused brain damage. These guys are saying acid causes new neuron connections.. hhmm..

    Do you trust the CDC? The group that was used to push bioweapon injections that has killed millions and will kill more. They say there are too many of us and we need population control.

    Do you think it’s possible that someone wants you laying around tripping on acid so you won’t cause trouble for them and their plans?”

    “Timothy Leary, the acid/hippie guru of the 60’s, was a CIA social engineering operative. He gave the unibomber acid and electroshock therapy before anyone knew his name, drove him crazy and lead to him becoming what he became. Do not trust these a$$holes..”

    “A joint or a few swigs of good whiskey will do the same, without meeting up with a trio of three headed leprechauns”

    LOL!

    • LSWM Lives Matter:

      I could say much in reply to your comment but I’m short on time.

      For now I’ll just say that as a former heavy drug user who explored the topic and subculture in depth — there is a very strong evangelizing majority in the psychedelic community who are reluctant to discuss the very real dangers and downsides involved. Some people get suffused with “gnosis” and “healing”, their ego gets inflated, and next thing you know they are advocating for pouring LSD into the water supply to “save the world”. I’m exaggerating, but only a little.

      Certain bad trips can be so traumatizing so as to induce a kind of PTSD, and certain nefarious actors are well aware of the ability of psychedelics to be used as a means of mind control.

      • Mehen, I appreciate you sharing your words of wisdom and advice, thank you.

        Yes, I’ve read plenty of horror stories on Erowid and Reddit of bad trips. From what I’ve read, of the four serotonergic psychedelics (psilocin, mescaline, LSD and DMT), mescaline is the least likely to give you a bad trip. It’s also the easiest to access for me. I find the dark web intimidating, but growing cactuses should be easy enough. Also, it’s really the social anxiety that has hampered me through much of my youth. Mescaline seems to show a lot of promise in this regard, because the molecular structure of mescaline is very similar to the molecular structure of MDMA. But of course, I will start out with low doses, and pay careful attention to “set and setting”.

        • > Mescaline seems to show a lot of promise in this regard, because the molecular structure of mescaline is very similar to the molecular structure of MDMA.

          This strikes me as naive reductionism. In fairness, I’ve never tried mescaline, and if I had a gun to my head I would probably put my money on your reductionistic reasoning here. But I don’t have a gun to my head, so I would not put too much stock in any seeming “similarities” between mescaline and MDMA. Very small biochemical differences in a molecule which affects the brain can result in massive differences in the subjective experience, see Alexander Shulgin (“TIKHAL” and “PIKHAL”) for something resembling the science.

          > But of course, I will start out with low doses, and pay careful attention to “set and setting”.

          This is of course sensible and I would recommend it. But one of the reasons I raised an alarm in response to your comment is the fact the a certain percentage of bad trips occur when a the usual “safety rules” are observed. You will find accounts of seasoned psychonauts who had been sailing free and clear, suddenly having a horrible experience for no discernible reason. The “gods” (or whichever higher forces rule over this realm) are capricious. Don’t assume your “good works” will necessarily spare you from one of those Hell Trips. But this is just my own metaphysical speculations speaking. You could just as easily attribute these unfortunate bad trips to “randomness” if you like.

          But yes, you are best served by starting with low doses, paying mind to “set and setting”, making sure you have no particular stresses in your life at the time, or no repressed subconscious material bubbling up to the surface at the time. This will increase your chances of having a good trip.

          On the other hand, if you want to see the worst of the worst, you can read the account of an experienced psychonaut who got “bitten” by 5-MEO-DMT here:

          https://www.amazon.com/Darkness-Shining-Wild-Meditations-Spirituality/dp/0973752602

          > Also, it’s really the social anxiety that has hampered me through much of my youth.

          I was much the same at your age. It’s an interesting question. As I’m understand it, you are autistic, while I am schizoid. It has been said that personality disorders like SPD are not responsive to pharmacological interventions (my own explorations could be said to be “mixed”). On the other hand, some people say autism is a definite neurological pathology, so perhaps the introduction of strong neuromodulating substances will be helpful for you. Whatever the case, I’d be eager to hear your reports of your experiences.

          I wish you good luck and safe travels.

    • That’s literally the plot of Batman Begins (2005). The League of Shadows uses the water mains as a vector for a psychotropic weapon, in order to make Gotham destroy itself

      IRL for destroying a whole society you’d want to use a neurovirulent bioagent, it knows how to spread itself. People fighting each other ensures survivors will be less likely to form a strong, united community.

      Also, the SSRIs leading to school shootings are basically the plot of Zootopia

      If psychotropic weapons exist, they will be the most secret thing ever because you can deploy them without detection, following a trigger event that is nominally to blame

      Gotham is just having a chimpout, bro. We’ll need to suspend your rights to create order out of chaos

      Solve, coagula

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