Regardless of what you think about COVID, whether you like it or not it has now supplanted racism as the most divisive issue facing America. The not so United States is a nation whose populace is armed to the teeth and heavily laced with trained soldiers already on the brink of a second Civil War due to the former issue, the cause of the first one. Depending on whose statistics you want to believe, there is no COVID, so says the right, or its going to kill us all if we don’t do exactly what the government tells us, so says the left, who not surprisingly are in power right now.
As a man who was illegally evicted from his beach house in Long Beach New York in May of 2020 and wandered practically every state East of the Mississippi since then, including three different epicenters for the alleged virus; New York City, South Texas and Tennessee, I think I am in a better position than anyone else in the media to tell my readers that there is definitely something out there, something that kills, but not always. I’ve seen relatively healthy people die in a day or two after being diagnosed with COVID and I’ve seen people diagnosed with it repair a tractor in a hundred-degree heat while being under quarantine.
The real statistics, if you can call them that, are all over the place. I’ve had two different people who would know; one a well-known professional spy, the other a career military man on location, tell me that sarin gas is being used to skewer them even more.
I’ve heard the story, from a religious order legendary for their political acumen, that America first attacked China with a weaponized strain hoping to follow it up with the massive fleet sent into the South China Sea last summer and simultaneously in preparation for Chinas inevitable counterattack released a milder strain in America to build up “herd immunity.” I’ve also heard the Trumpian version. Who hasn’t? ‘It was China’s negligence that is the cause of the COVID pandemic.’ I am satisfied with neither. I am only certain that COVID is a biological weapon.
That COVID originated naturally from bats is nothing but a cover story by a group of deluded lackeys of the defense industry hell-bent on continuing their insane practice of taking naturally occurring viruses and enhancing them in a lab supposedly so they can back engineer their Frankensteinian pets and find cures for the natural virus. The first piece of propaganda blaming the dreaded mystery bat for unleashing COVID was published in the Lancet on February 19, 2020, far too early to reach a scientific conclusion. Yet it was eagerly accepted as gospel by the current crop of corporate media clowns pawning themselves off as journalists, probably because it used their favorite words, Conspiracy Theory.
“It later turned out that the Lancet letter had been organized and drafted by Peter Daszak, president of the EcoHealth Alliance of New York. Daszak’s organization funded coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. If the SARS2 virus had indeed escaped from research he funded, Daszak would be potentially culpable.” (39)
Less than a month later and still too early for conclusions: “A second statement that had enormous influence in shaping public attitudes was a letter (in other words an opinion piece, not a scientific article) published on 17 March 2020 in the journal Nature Medicine. It too claimed the virus was naturally occurring and it too was “full of absurdly large holes…” (40)
That the virus accidentally escaped from a lab is another science fiction story. Assassins masquerading as doctors like Peter Daszak know the second one of their pets gets loose playtime is over. There will be no more government grants in their future and possibly a much-needed long stay in a mental institution. Security at these labs is stringent, nothings getting out of them by accident.
COVID was used as a weapon just the way it was always intended to be used by the people who funded its development. As to the sixty-four-thousand-dollar question of who would use such a weapon it would be prudent to use the first principle of detective work; follow the money. – Jack Heart
Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF) reckons Transhumanism will be an integral part of “The Great Reset.” The shriveled old German globalist has said the fourth industrial revolution would “lead to a fusion of our physical, digital and biological identity,” which in his book he clarifies is implantable microchips that can read your thoughts.
Schwab’s book, Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which should be read as Shaping the Future of the Fourth Reich, is “particularly popular in China, South Korea and Japan, with the South Korean military alone purchasing 16,000 copies.” In the book, Schwab gleefully explains how upcoming technology will allow authorities to “intrude into the hitherto private space of our minds, reading our thoughts and influencing our behavior.” (41)
The Director of Engineering at Google; Ray Kurzweil, yet another genetically defected Jew from New York City, who has inexplicably risen to the pinnacle of money and power, predicts: “In the 2030s we are going to send nanorobots into the brain that will provide full immersion virtual reality from within the nervous system and will connect our neocortex to the cloud. Just like how we can wirelessly expand the power of our smartphones 10,000-fold in the cloud today, we’ll be able to expand our neocortex.” (42)
Kurzweil whose vague predictions of the future are lauded by the Jewish media as prophecy reminds one more of a dime store psychic. He is seventy-three years old and has been kept alive since he was thirty-five only through constant medical attention and literally hundreds of pills a day…
But before there was a Kurzweil there was Norbert Wiener. Wiener, a prodigy and direct descendent of Maimonides, was in college when he was twelve. He had a PhD from Harvard by the time he was nineteen. But in spite of his prodigious academic achievements he was barred from the Harvard staff due to the efforts of the great American mathematician George David Birkhoff, who also saw to it that Einstein never taught at Harvard. Of course for this Birkhoff is accused of Anti-Semitism, ignoring the fact that Birkhoff’s protégé and favorite student Stanisław Ulam was a Polish Jew.
After collaborating with the seemingly omniscient Jon von Neumann on the mapping of neurons Wiener would pen Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine in 1948, now considered the bible of Transhumanism.
A year later in 1949 von Neumann: “using only a pencil and graph paper designed a self-reproducing computer. Von Neumann’s rigorous mathematical analysis of the structure of self-replication anticipated with uncanny accuracy the structure of DNA; discovered a couple of years later…” (43)
In acknowledgement of von Neumann’s genius the next year Weiner would publish The Human Use of Human Beings as an addendum to Cybernetics and Transhumanism was off and running. By the time José Delgado, often cited as one of the leading scientists in MK Ultra (44) and an outspoken proponent of mind control, published Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilised Society in 1969 Transhumanism was an out of control mad dog howling in the street and needed to be put down appropriately. It never was…
Both von Neumann and Wiener attended the University of Göttingen in Germany to study at the feet of legendary German mathematician David Hilbert. Von Neumann attended on a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation even though his father was a filthy rich Hungarian aristocrat. By the end of 1927 his Habilitation, a qualification required in many European countries to teach at universities and obtain professorship, was complete. He became the youngest PhD ever to teach at the University of Berlin and for two and a half years he wrote approximately a ground breaking paper a month, an astounding rate. In October of 1929 he received a better offer to teach at Princeton University in New Jersey.
Once there, von Neumann would almost singlehandedly turn America into a technological powerhouse. Von Neumann was a gregarious man who owned the largest house in Princeton which he used to entertain and throw parties. He delighted in telling jokes in Yiddish to his Jewish friends, the closest of which were Stanisław Ulam and Theodore von Kármán his fellow Jewish aristocrat from Hungry. Von Kármán immigrated to America almost simultaneously with von Neumann. He would co-find Jet Propulsions Laboratory, the progenitor of NASA, with Jack Parsons… (45)
But it was very clear to everybody who knew von Neumann that he was also a fanatical Nazi. He had a pathological hatred for Einstein and when they had adjoining offices at Yale delighted in playing Prussian marching music full blast on his Victrola to harass him. It’s said that famed movie director Stanley Kubrick’s iconic Nazi character Dr. Strangelove was modeled after him when he was stricken with cancer and wheelchair bound yet still running the Atomic Energy Commission.
There can be little doubt that von Neumann was in America at the behest of the Rockefellers and by then the Rockefellers Standard Oil was IG Farben and IG Farben was Standard Oil…
Under the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 the Rockefellers original trust; Standard Oil Company of New Jersey was dissolved in 1911 creating many smaller regional companies. Among them were Standard Oil of New Jersey (Exxon), Standard Oil of New York (Mobil), Standard Oil of California (Chevron), Standard Oil of Ohio (Sohio), Standard Oil of Indiana (Amoco), Continental Oil (Conoco), and Atlantic Oil (ARCO). But like any good parasite that has not been thoroughly eradicated the Rockefellers rebounded nicely after being treated for and reinfected their host with a vengeance.
By 1941 Standard Oil of New Jersey was the largest oil company in the world, controlling 84 percent of the U.S. petroleum market. It was surreptitiously joined at the hip like a Siamese twin to the largest chemical consortium to ever exist; I.G. Farbenindustrie, the economic engine that drove the Third Reich.
IG Farben was founded in December 1925 as a merger of six German companies: BASF, already a chemical colossus then and currently the largest producer of chemicals in the world, owned 27.4 percent of the equity capital. Bayer, whom need no introduction also owned 27.4 percent as did Hoechst, another chemical giant already replete with pharmaceutical subsidiaries; Cassalla and Chemische Fabrik Kalle. Agfa, the cutting edge in photographical development, owned 9 percent. Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron owned 6.9 percent and Chemische Fabrik vorm. Weiler Ter Meer owned 1.9 percent. Farben’s supervisory board members became widely known as, and were said to call themselves, ostensibly in jest, the “Council of Gods [Rat der Götter]”… (46)
It was no coincidence that the coalition of Germany’s chemical giants coincided with the rise of Hitler and National Socialism. Down the hallway footsteps were coming for Germany’s capitalists and they heard them loudly and clearly. In order to understand the two immutable forces that were being set in motion against each other in Germany it’s necessary to provide a brief history of economics.
Western history, the part that’s indisputable, begins when marauding Conquistadors aligned themselves with the papacy and overran what we now call the “New World,” slaughtering the native inhabitants by the millions. Tons of plundered gold and silver would flood Spain and within less than fifty years collapse its economy like a wet taco. Its people faced famine. You cannot eat gold and silver and when all is said and done their just another commodity, the more you have, the less their worth. Spain’s economy proved unable to sustain the infusion of all that gold and silver and “Spanish kings were continuously in debt and forced to declare bankruptcy in 1560, 1575, 1596, 1607, 1627, 1647 and 1653.” (47)
Europe learned a basic law of economics the hard way. A strong economy is insured when you maximize your exports while minimizing your imports. Adam Smith would later dub this practice mercantilism.
Sweden would be ruined in its war with Russia and using this system the French and British, along with the Dutch whose populace was vastly outnumbered by the other two competing nations and only won their independence from Spain in 1581 but compensated for these handicaps with “a strong work ethic, a restraint from conspicuous consumption, and a vigorous trade regiment,” would become the preeminent economic powers of Europe. The first one to set down the rules for the as of yet unnamed practice of mercantilism was Englishman Sir Thomas Mun, whose evaluation of the Dutch was just quoted.
Mun was the Director of the East India Company. He would promulgate the doctrines and practices that would give rise to the most powerful company the world had ever known. He wrote two books A Discourse of Trade from England Unto the East Indies in 1621 and England’s Treasure by Foreign Trade in 1628 where he chastised his countryman for not being as thrifty as the Dutch. Mun laid out a list of policies which he urged England to follow.
In his book, England’s Treasure by Foreign Trade Mun urged the British to ban all imports that can be produced within England. To convince English people they wanted English luxury goods. Mun advised the monarchy to lower taxes and tariffs on businesses producing goods for export and charge more money on goods for which England had a monopoly on the production. Mun advised England to cultivate her unused real estate to avoid having to import goods and increase her own production, along with this he wanted all imports to be completed by British shipping.(3)
Mun would die in 1641and ten years later Thomas Hobbs would justify every atrocity that was ever committed in the name of British imperialism when he wrote the dehumanizing bible; Leviathan. In France Jean-Baptiste Colbert under the auspices of the Jesuits would rise to the pinnacle of power in the court of the Sun King Louis XIV. While Colbert’s benefactor Cardinal Mazarin “became the richest man in the world” and Louie amused himself fighting war upon war, otherwise immersing himself in the dark scandal that was “L’affaire des poisons,” (48) Colbert ran France.
As Louie’s Comptroller-General of Finances Colbert would work tirelessly for over twenty years to increase the states hold on the economy until finally expiring in 1683. Colbert’s basic premise was to maintain a ‘favorable balance of trade’ in which products were exported for gold and to guard against an ‘unfavorable balance of trade’ where gold would flow out by using the power of government to strictly regulate French trade.
Colbert tried to undermine the Dutch wherever possible and stressed higher quality for French products, levying fines on those that produced shoddy merchandise. He closely regulated the manufacture of every conceivable product and built a strong merchant fleet to carry those products to the rest of the world. To the dismay of independent entrepreneurs he encouraged trade coalitions and cartels, organized under his own central bureaucracy, to which he extended monopoly privileges.
Although Colbert built France into an economic powerhouse eventually his system, dubbed Colbertism by economists, would leave France stranded in the seventeenth century. France was unable to keep up with the nimbler freer enterprise systems of the English and Dutch and its people, now starving in the streets, would overthrow the monarchy in the late eighteenth century. Astoundingly enough around the same time the French were beheading King Louis XVI for it Alexander Hamilton with his Report on the Subject of Manufactures was making a case for Colbertism in the fledgling American republic.
France would reinstitute a form Colbertism after WW II called Dirigisme from the French word diriger, meaning to direct. For thirty years the French economy was the envy of the world but by 1975 France was once again lagging behind her competitors in technology. China currently practices a form of Dirigisme, as do Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.
By the latter part of the seventeenth century England was being overwhelmed by the seemingly endless industriousness of the Dutch. This quickly led to a war in 1653 where the English won several major naval battles in their home waters but led to the larger Dutch fleet blockading the Baltic and Mediterranean seas. The stalemate, detrimental to both empires, was broken when England passed the Treaty of Westminster which would evolve intoa series of laws known as the Navigation Acts. The acts, regulating trade for England and her colonies, largely turned the precepts laid out by Sir Thomas Mun a quarter century earlier into law.
The British Empire prospered under the tighter regulations but by the eighteenth century the acts were being modified by subsequent amendments, changes, and additional enforcement mechanisms and staff with an eye towards generating colonial revenue. Although its estimated that at most the changes cost colonial traders about 4% four percent of the net is a lot of money. It would lead to the American Revolution and it would also become the economic foundation of the National Socialist one.
The Wealth of Nations would be published in 1776 the same year Americas founding fathers declared King George a tyrant and passed The Resolution for Independence in the Second Continental Congress giving birth to the United States. The author of The Wealth of Nations; Adam Smith, a prodigy at fourteen, was by then recognized as the smartest man in the British Empire, if not the world.
Smith, a man of such intense intellect that he once walked eighteen miles immersed in his thoughts only to be made aware of where he was by a towns church bell, figured out what every great mind before him had missed. A countries wealth was not in bullion, which is essentially just another bought and sold commodity, but in the labor that country can generate. Productivity is the true wealth of nations. Innovation and invention with the elbow grease to set them in motion were the true measure of a nation’s economic power.
Smith’s disciple David Ricardo would follow up Smiths revelation by coining the term rent-seeking to be used as a label for the economic parasites currently murdering the world.
Rent-seeking is when one seeks to increase their share of existing wealth without creating new wealth. American Robert J. Shiller, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for economics, gives the classic example of rent seeking as; a feudal lord who installs a chain across a river that flows through his domain then hires a collector to charge passing boats a fee to lower the chain. There is no improvement to the river nor the boatmen’s journey. Nothing has been produced except ill begotten wealth for the lord. In an article titled The Best, Brightest, and Least Productive Shiller lamented that “7.4% of total compensation of employees in 2012 went to people working in the finance and insurance industries.”
In 1848 German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels would publish Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei (The Communist Manifesto) loosely based on Smith’s ideas and the whole world would be set ablaze with fires that still rage today. Marx and Engels reasoned, without considering the innovation and invention part of The Wealth of Nations seven hundred plus pages let alone Ricardo’s freeloader defining concept of rent-seeking, that all the upper classes were exploiting the workers and were useless baggage that were no longer needed, if they ever were. They called for the abolition of private property and the ruthless suppression of those that owned it which they labeled the bourgeoisie.
By the early twentieth century the communists had already burnt the existing social structure in Russia to the ground and were making it very clear Germany was next. Into the maelstrom stepped Germanys own economic genius Gottfried Feder. The German State on a national and socialist foundation is Feder’s unabridged manifesto. It was first published into the turmoil that was 1923 Germany.
It was in that same year Count Coudenhove-Kalergi would bare the venomous fangs of the German aristocracy with the publication of Pan Europa. Recruitment for the Pan-Europa movement from the ranks of wealthy German Industrialists like the ones that would become IG Farben in two years was begun immediately from the highest pedigrees of free masonry. The year would culminate with Adolf Hitler’s infamous BeerHall Putsch.
Feder reasoned that the entire international monetary system was a rent seeker that Germany could no longer afford. The whole world said Germany was broke but using the basic premise established by Smith that labor is wealth Feder pointed out that “Every nation is as rich as it is able to organize work.” (50) In fact Germany was filthy rich, regardless of whatever the self proclaimed financial centers of Wall Street, London, Paris, and their paid hyenas in the press had to say. Feder stated boldly that “the interest slavery of the nations means the rule of the bank and stock-exchange” and breaking that “interest slavery is by far the greatest task of National Socialism.”(51)
One of the examples Feder gives demonstrating the burden acquired by the state through the burrowing of money with interest is the construction of the German Railway System. Feder calculates the total cost of construction: “amounted to around 25 billion gold marks up to 1914. The interest payments for this amount, with an average interest of 31/2 – 4%, amounted to around 800-900 million gold marks.” This consumed almost in its entirety the net revenue of the railway which after deducting labor and material “amounted to around 800- 1100 million marks.” Feder laments: “the gigantic army of German railway workers up to the highest positions with a head count of 782,731 persons has received for its work only exactly as much income as the completely inactive hand of loan Capital has pocketed.” He sighs: “The entire amount for our entire army amounted in 1913 – thus in the last full year of peace, to 775,385,300 marks…” (52)
Citing the work of Oskar Pöbing a Bavarian mechanical engineer who worked in the Technical University in Munich and published two in-depth studies on the cost Feder points out that in the two decade development of the “enormous hydro-energy existing in the mountain rivers, in combination with the large mountain lakes” of Bavaria the interest on the loans increased the final production cost for a kilowatt hour to the Bavarian people 500%. Feder asks why if the Bavarian state is solvent enough to guarantee the loan and the interest to its creditors on the “800 million for the Walchensee hydro-energy and the Middle Isar” it “cannot use its financial sovereignty and finance these works through its own authority.” (53)
The state could have issued “this cash in a way vouchers on the basis of its credit. Why should anybody have less regard for the credit of the state than for the credit of any banks, especially when the state is producing useful works for the welfare of the community?” Feder pointed out that vouchers could be backed by electrical credits upon completion of the project. He scornfully writes: “indeed Bavarian engineers, Bavarian workers, Bavarian foremen and entrepreneurs; Bavarian factories supply most of the machines and equipment – and for that which is not produced in Bavaria itself Bavarian grain or cattle must be given, thus Bavarian work must once again be given in exchange” for a globalist loan that involved for the bank no more than the signing of a check. (54)
Feder howls: “Is this not madness? Is this not an economic crime? of the people who have done nothing but at one time set their pen in motion and written out a cheque or directed their banker to sign the Bavarian hydro-electric loan, these receive for that, year after year, interests paid by the Bavarian people.” (55)
The money the state earned through running its own infrastructure without cutting in foreign banks would be more than enough to finance a utopian society. Feder emphasizes that when he writes: “the main goal of the National Socialist state is: the state without taxes.” He concludes that: “One who raises himself above the degradations and surveys from an elevated standpoint the Connections described: interest Obligation of the state – tax – ‘Inflation, one who has recognised the interest Obligation of all nations of the Western cultural circle as the fact dominating everything, one who has recognised that we live in an age of a complete reversal of the healthy and reasonable conditions between work and wealth, one who can no longer avoid the pressing logic that especially the state, by virtue of its financial sovereignty, is not completely bound to the loan route but that it can creatively finance through its own right all large public state tasks, for him it is only the last Step into a financial political New World to demand a state in which the state financial administration does not consider it as its first task to extract as much tax as possible from the state citizens but, on the contrary, to remove every burdensome tax pressure and to fertilise the national economy.” (56)
Feder was everything Karl Marx wasn’t, a wizard with numbers and facts who clearly states before his proposal to invent a financial and political New World: “National Socialism fundamentally recognises private property and places it under government protection.” (57) As opposed to the ongoing Soviet practice of murdering Ukrainian farmers and stripping them of their land Feder promises German farmers: “National Socialism will support and promote agriculturists through all means as the foundation of a powerful nation and of the nourishment of the population.” (58)
But he does not mince words with Germany’s generationally wealthy landgraves or their Jewish bankers in Berlin whom he promises a particularly hard time under National Socialism, mentioning Rothschild by name. Wealth accrued through rent seeking which he defined as those who were getting wealthy yet not producing anything would be confiscated, stockbrokers and moneychangers beware. He also stipulates: “It will however be the task of the legislation to draw the limits with regard to the hoarding of immoderate wealth in the hands of individuals at the expense of the whole…” (59)
There was nothing to stop Feder’s plan for using Germany’s labor as money from financially burying the rest of the world. It was a lightning stroke of pure genius and indeed a decade later Hitler would use it to build the bankrupt Weimar Republic into the National Socialist economic powerhouse that was the envy of the world in five years. But not before as the price of assuming power in 1933 he replaced Gottfried Feder with Free Mason and professional weasel Hjalmar Schacht.
Schacht was a German whose hobby was studying Qabalistic Hebrew a dead giveaway that he was a gift from Count Coudenhove-Kalergi and the Masonic lodge, including the Rothschild’s and Warburg’s. Hitler shrewd as he was could not have not known this but by then IG Farben along with the Rothschild’s and Warburg’s were his sponsors. The battle lines had been drawn in 1923 and the seeds of treachery sewn a decade later in 1933. It was these events that set the world on a course for a hundred year odyssey that would end here and now balanced on the periphery of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s transhuman abyss.
The Bormann Faction, part I by Jack Heart & Orage – The Human: Jack Heart, Orage and Friends (jackheartblog.org)
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39 – Wade, Nicholas. “The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.5 May 2021. Web. https://thebulletin.org/2021/05/the-origin-of-covid-did-people-or-nature-open-pandoras-box-at-wuhan/
40 – Ibid.
41 – Watson, Joseph. “SCIENCE & TECH” Klaus Schwab: Great Reset Will “Lead to a Fusion of Our Physical, Digital and Biological Identity”.” Summit News. 16 Nov 2020. Web. https://summit.news/2020/11/16/klaus-schwab-great-reset-will-lead-to-a-fusion-of-our-physical-digital-and-biological-identity/
42 – Boran, Marie. “Nanobots will live in our brains in the 2030s, says Google boss.” The Irish Times. 19 Oct 2017. Web. https://www.irishtimes.com/business/technology/nanobots-will-live-in-our-brains-in-the-2030s-says-google-boss-1.3259597
43 – Heart, Jack and Orage. “Peter Pan Meets Pyramid Head I.” The Human: Jack, Orage & friends. Jack Heart writings. 23 Mar 2017. Web. https://jackheart2014.blogspot.com/2017/03/peter-pan-meets-pyramid-head-part-i.html
44 – Heart, Jack and Orage. “MK Ultra – Cybernetic Mutation, Remote Controlled Slaves, Dragon Soldiers and a Zombie Empire; Paint it Blue.” The Human: Jack, Orage & friends. Jack Heart writings. 4 Feb 2015. Web. https://jackheart2014.blogspot.com/2020/04/mk-ultra-cybernetic-mutation-remote.html
45 – Ibid.
47 – Mun, Thomas, “Introduction to England’s Treasure by Forraign Trade, or The Ballance of Our Forraign Trade Is the Rule of Our Treasure.” England’s Treasure by Foreign Trade,1629. University of California Press. https://publishing.cdlib.org/ucpressebooks/view?docId=ft287004zv&chunk.id=d0e3662&toc.depth=1&brand=ucpress
48 – Ibid.
49 – Heart, Jack and Orage . “Human Sacrifice among the Catholic Clergy II (the Khazar-Nazi Antichrist III) .” The Human: Jack, Orage & friends. Jack Heart writings. 9 Apr 2020. Web. https://jackheart2014.blogspot.com/2020/04/human-sacrifice-among-catholic-clergy.html
50 – Feder, Gottfried. Translated with a Preface by Alexander Jacob, The German State on a national and socialist foundation. A World View Foundations Project wvfoundations.org, 1923. p137. Web.Gottfried Feder The German State On A National And Socialist Foundation : Gottfried Feder : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
51 – Ibid, p109.
52 – Ibid, pp127-129.
53 – Ibid, pp130-136.
54 – Ibid.
55 – Ibid.
56 – Ibid, p148.
57 – Ibid, p72.
58 – Ibid, p74.
59 – Ibid, p72.
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