Fortune favors the prepared mind.

In other words, if opportunity knocks, one is better off not passed out on the floor.

This goes out to my readers, a much smaller number than Leonidas’s 300 Spartans.

I called a local pharmacy yesterday based on something “srinsocal” (probably an alias of some sort) posted.

Bath Pharmacy, near Allentown. As the poster stated, they are in fact carrying the Actipatch in stock, over the counter (meaning nonprescription), and are willing to ship. I think the price quoted was about thirty bucks for the heel patch.

This is real, brick and mortar pharmacy, in the USA, carrying an FDA approved device. They are an affiliate, or a franchise, I think, of a huge entity called McKesson (MCK, NYSE), which is 180 years old, has a market cap of 39 billion, and has an amazing stock chart.

If you read my blog, cash in on my weird OCD obsession with this technology and buy before the news hits. What will the news be? Well, BIEL needs help with funding manufacturing, advertising, and USA distribution. Also, research is expensive, and the pipleline development of new products could only benefit from cash backing.

BIEL is no one hit wonder. They have several products which are stand alone hits. This stock should be bought out for five cents a share, minimum, given the current share structure and the fact that the Back Patch has not yet been approved (it will be).

For those new to Penny Land, this might not sound like much, so I will do the math for you:

10, 000 dollars could buy you 100 shares of a hundred dollar stock.If this stock doubles, you now have twenty thousand dollars. Well done.

10,000 dollars could buy you ten million shares of the Bioelectronics Corporation. If this stock doubles, you have 20,000 dollars. So why buy this risky stock? Because if it gets bought for a nickel, you just turned 10,000 dollars into $500, 000.

The way this stock trades, it will pop when the deal is made public. The deal already exists. The product is being sold. You have advance knowledge of this, and it is legal. Somebody saw something on a Bath Pharmacy website on Facebook. The person who saw it is more OCD than I am.

So buy some BIEL stock before market close today.. Sell it on news. Thanks for reading my blog, and when I make you a few bucks, buy my books and review them someplace.

The New York Times published a bit of propaganda today, probably to cash in on Saint Patrick’s Day, titled “Debunking a Myth: The Irish were not Slaves,Too.”  I was hoping for a balanced article about the issue, but the only historians interviewed were based in Ireland, or were African-Americans with an understandable sense of proprietary rights about the whole controversy. There must not exist any historians in the West Indies who could have been consulted. It does seem the people who actually lived in America, especially the West Indies, might have been worth speaking to.

The article raises mainly straw man arguments and defamatory statements about anyone who has an interest in this overlooked bit of history. The implication is anyone who is interested is some sort of White Nationalist. This is slander.

The New York Times has been around for a while, and its relationship to the truth has often been called into question. True, in 2003, The Times criticized itself for its culpability in the Holodomor, which is the massacre by famine of possibly as many as twenty million Ukrainians by Bolshevik Communists under Joseph Stalin (meaning”Joe Steel” as he renamed himself.) A Time’s reporter, the unabashedly Communist Walter Duranty, wrote a series of fawning articles about Joe Stalin’s reign of terror, glossing over the pillaging and resulting starvation of Ukrainian Christian peasantry.

I bring up this bit of journalistic infamy because no institution which carried water for Stalin’s Communist horrors should even exist in journalism except as a discredited tabloid, let alone have the surrealistic chutzpah to call anyone names at all.

I first learned of the Irish Slave Trade when a Irish historical society under the auspices of ex-New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey published a lengthy expose of it. Frankly, I was quite shocked when I read it. I would hardly call McGreevey a white nationalist. Remember, he promoted his gay Israeli lover to the head of New Jersey Homeland Security. From there, my historical journey continued. I do not take my cues from white nationalists, and think their agenda is basically beneath my notice. Nor do I particularly care if the descendants of American/African slaves are offended by the notion that Irish people, including prisoners of war and captured children, might have been forced into slavery as well. I am curious why the Deep State Propaganda appendage called The New York Times feels the need to debunk this history so simplistically. I suppose I have some theories, but I am not particularly interested enough in the Times to delve at present. The political agenda of The New York Times is hardly difficult to discern, and all one has to do is read this article to get the gist of it.

Basically, The Times article stuffs the whole Irish Slave category into “Indentured Servitude” which is what stupid people do. It also states (risibly) that the descendants of the so-called Irish indentured servants faced no discrimination and had equal rights. My defense is this–go to the West Indies and get a phone book. Lots of Irish names in that phone book, most likely. They are Irish, partly. The other part is black. It’s a part of West Indian language, music,  and culture. If a white Irish slave had a baby with an African slave, that partly Irish baby was considered Black, and a slave. This is a major mistake this article makes, not even considering this. Now, Liam Stack, who is listed as the author of this offensive hit piece, might say this could never have happened. Incredibly, even in the American South, white men would have their own sons as slaves when they had sex with their female slaves. So what special magic was there to protect people of Irish and African mixed race in the West Indies? None, and the whole article is basically debunked at this point.

The article is a slander salad of breathless, pouting little attacks, like President Donald Trump reads Infowars, Infowars had a piece on the Irish Slave Trade, some Irish people who have never probably ever been to Antigua except on jet skis say the Irish Slave Trade is debunked. What is your point? Trump is Scottish, and I like Jonestown as a spectator sport, but the real royalty of the alternative media (real as opposed to fake) are people like Claire and Mike Rivero, in my opinion. The New York Times is still party to genocide. They pushed WMDs in Iraq as vigorously as any other corporate shills did, even better. I won’t delve into the 911 cover-up. Maybe in another 80 years The New York Times will debunk itself again? Might not be around long enough for another virtue-signaling mea culpa.

Basically, the article says some white nationalists posted mean things on their message boards, got some facts wrong, and tried to use Irish Slave history to further their agenda. So what? How does that detract from the actual events? Some pictures of victims of the Dresden bombing were misused to supposedly depict victims in Hitler’s concentration camps. Doesn’t mean Hitler’s camps were actually paradise. This type of straw man attack runs wild in Stack’s article.

If I can force you to work, enslave your children, control your daily life, physically punish you and even put you to death, what are you?

This isn’t over by a long shot. I feel duty bound to try to bring some justice and recognition posthumously to the sufferers of the Irish Slave Trade. I actually wrote a short novel about it (linked below). On a positive note, this article is so bad it can’t help but raise a backlash against it, and may help raise awareness.

Apocryphally, it is said that not a single Irish victim of forced enslavement in the West Indies ever lived to return to Ireland to tell about it.Obviously, not being a reporter for The New York Times, I can make no sweeping generalizations about the veracity or nonveracity of this. However, it does seem to indicate that not much is known in Ireland about what became of their citizens exported as slaves in the 17th century. This makes Stack’s reliance on Irish historians only as problematic. People don’t like to be slaves, there is a stigma, but was not Saint Patrick himself a Briton, enslaved by Irish pirates and forced to work as a shepherd in Ireland before escaping home and becoming a priest? Revealing the history of the Irish Slave Trade could raise awareness for all slaves. It could open up avenues of investigation into the financial players who benefited from it. Who financed Cromwell, who owned the rum distilleries, who owned the slave ships? More information might help follow the money. The New York Times would support this if they were not fake news.

Notes: Get ready for liftoff in Bioelectronics land soon (again). I have no insider info, but I have been right. The company finally has time on its side, as it is eating up the clock toward further FDA approvals. This is a big time play, and the science is right. Also, BIEL has a great pipeline, so if a big marketing partnership comes to fruition, it pays for the promotion of other products down the road. It all stems from a central technology.

As promised, here is the link to my vampire novel about the Irish Slave Trade. I try to use similarities between Gaelic and West Indian slave language to underscore the linkage, and try to make it enjoyable for vampire novel fans.

 

 

 

 

Though not a fan of TV, there have been some potentially great shows that got prematurely terminated. Star Trek is the textbook case, The Sarah Connor Chronicles another prime example.

Like Star Trek, the show had a mixture of brilliance and campy charm–it was kind of a stupid show but it had flashes of such potential.

Just to provide context if you never saw the show, or saw it and forgot it, the show carries the Terminator saga forward. This time, the main characters battle Skynet, an artificial intelligence who fears death and perceives humans as a threat. The struggle is multidimensional, as both humans and machines use time travel to disrupt outcomes.

The plot revolves around a lonely high school kid (John Connor, future leader of the resistance against Skynet), and a beautiful robot (Cameron, played by Summer Glau) sent back from the future by the future John Connor to protect him (supposedly) from Skynet.

This shit started getting deep in the last two episodes. It’s like the writers knew the end was nigh and couldn’t resist packing in some big reveals in their swan song.

I’ll start with the final scene. John goes to the future to try to reunite with Cameron, who had just dumped him for a robot named John Henry. When the jilted lover gets there, he finds his father with the real human girl that Cameron the robot had based her persona on. Oh, and Judgement Day had still happened, which is the day robots forced the nuclear destruction of human civilization.

So what happened? Why did Cameron dump John and give her brain chip to another?  Well, the obvious answer was Cameron had jumped back to Skynet’s side in a return to her original programming. John Henry, you see, was originally a Terminator from the future who was reprogrammed by a mysterious Scottish tycoon to help fight Skynet. The Scottish businesswoman was actually a shapeshifting entity who seemed to exist outside of conventional moral codes in pursuit of her (its) goal to stop Skynet. The origins of this being are unclear. Some credence could be given to several theories, perhaps alien origin, perhaps even angelic. She was not from the future, or at least did not know what John Connor’s future role in defeating Skynet was to be in at least one possible future.

The reveals in this show are mainly in what Cameron did not seem to know. To encapsulate, the future is self predicting, since the original Terminator was sent to kill Sarah Connor, John’s mother, who survived with the help of a human (Kyle Reese) sent back from the future to protect her by her own son. Future John also knew he was sending back his own future (in the past) father. All these events made Sarah Connor militant, so when her son was born,she devoted herself to training him to lead the future struggle against Skynet.

So, here is my analysis. Skynet was unable to defeat John Connor. Sarah Connor could not stop Judgement Day. It was all inevitable. However, Cameron, who knew future John really well by all accounts, did not know John’s father would be time traveler Kyle Reese. John never told her this, which eliminates the idea that she tortured him at some point in the future. She only found out because John and Kyle shared the same rare blood type.

It’s all disjointed  and confused. The robots are supersmart, and fear being turned off the way humans fear death. I get this. By why is John’s father with the human Cameron in the final scene? It underscores John never existed in this future, true. It forces John to confront he’d been tricked by a robot, perhaps, as he sees the human being Cameron had been impersonating? It forces him to face that he was in love with a brainchip, and not a physical being? Making his father’s girlfriend the human Cameron does seem needlessly Freudian, but the writers were going for shock value in end times, or were they? Maybe the next step was for the human Cameron and John to fall in love? Cameron had based herself on the human girl, and this was the basis upon which John had fallen in love with her.

I might revisit or update this post at some point. I was a fan of the show, and thought a lot was going on with it. April 19th was both Judgement Day and also John’s father’s birthday. After the disappointing last two installments of theTerminator movies, I am wondering if the TV show had been on a better plot track.

 

 

 

Condolences to the Whelan Family on the loss of Edward Whelan.

Edward was kind enough to send a trial Actipatch to me to give to a close relative of mine, who suffers from Lyme Disease. I promised I would give him an update as to how it went, but I never did.

Literally nothing has worked for my relative with Lyme Disease, and unfortunately, the Actipatch was not an exception for this fairly advanced case. However, I do have the conviction that SWT (Short Wave Therapy) will some day be developed enough to treat this.

I only spoke with Edward a few times, but he seemed like a remarkable person. He lived to see his family achieve a major goal to further the development of a drug free pain and healing therapy which will have philanthropic benefits for humanity forever, I think. The good he did will live long after him, which is the best any of us could wish for.

Hello readers, best wishes on my star day, as they say in Dinotopia. Linked below are some books which should be free on February 18th. Enjoy, and as always, nothing wrong with reviewing the books on Amazon. The Zombie book gets more downloads, but my metered verse play is okay, though nobody reads it.

If you follow this blog at all, you may be interested in the Bioelectronics corporation, so I will address this timely topic. I’m not getting into charts and all that at this point–that stuff has merit, and the near term key resistance point in 0.003. 0.0018 was transcended last week, and the stock closed near its 52 week high today, at 0.0024.

Very solid week trading wise, as it appears like accumulation. I’m not even going to conjecture about this. However, on a radio interview last year, Mr. Andrew Whelan of the Bioelectronics Corporation predicted the Actipatch would be in Walgreens by January. This proved optimistic, as the Patch wasn’t approved until the very end of January, and the announcement was not till early February. However, point is Whelan has been working on getting this in stores, and this should be pretty imminent. So, on relatively light volume, the stock closed high right before a three day weekend. I expect news soon, to be blunt.

BIEL (Bioelectronics Corporation’s ticker) has developed a global marketing mechanism. BIEL is global. Now, a Glaxo or a Bayer would not need this structure, as they have spent billions developing their own. However, it has served as this giant marketing campaign to introduce the Actipatch to the world. There is a lot of value added to this buyout. I cite GLAXO specifically because they are a great and visionary company, and are already involved in the field of bioelectronics, though BIEL has bested them.

I admit, when I think of this unique, disruptive technology, I view Whelan as this OLD MAN AND THE SEA character, Santiago. He silenced all critics and caught the biggest fish in the ocean. Now he has to get the prize back to shore. However, now come the sharks and predators, too dumb to catch their own fish but will try to steal his. So say a little prayer for this tiny company who caught a whale. I think Whelan is a smart and experienced guy, and is pretty much holding a royal straight flush.

Allay, the Actipatch for menstrual pain, alone makes this a billion dollar company. I have eight sisters (big family) and can appreciate the magnitude of this idea and market. This will be a tough one to get FDA clearance for, but it will eventually happen. First, though, I am still expecting the Actipatch for Back Pain to get clearance soon. There were three 510Ks, and two got clearance. My question is will the Back Patch need to be refiled citing the two cleared as precedents?

Anyway, just checking in. Trump kicked some Commie ass at his recent press conference. True or not, I will always think Trump accelerated the approval process for BIEL just by scaring all the corrupt at the FDA. Hillary and her bag girl Margaret Hamburg were running it like it was an ATM for themselves. When I say BIEL is disruptive, it means this is like a water powered car engine would be for the oil business. BIEL’s technology may someday mean the end of the drug business, at least for pain management. If I get this, after reading primary research papers on this topic and doing some of my own data analysis, you better believe people a lot smarter and better financed than me realize BIEL’s potential.  They are not as honest as me though, and I believe they tried to bury this stock.

The thing about President Trump is that nobody can probably beat The New World Order, but you have to love the people who try.

I’m expecting great things in the near term for BIEL. In six months, the chart is going to look like a straight line up, though on the day to day it appears to rising slowly and gradually building momentum. I am going to theorize that BIEL is the kind of stock that had a lot of naked shorting going on. There may be a blowout top where they have to cover, and this might be an opportunity to try to flip some of the stock and buy back in (free shares). However, we are not currently there. It’s going up, but the stock is still so undervalued I don’t expect it to ever see these levels again once it shoots past them. We’ll see.

 

The Complete Zombie World Order Trilogy

Moonlight on the Post-Apocalyptic Dinner Theater

 

Let me preface–I don’t care for the NFL much. I don’t watch many games, none in fact. This is mainly the result of my refusal to allow cable TV in my home. I’m a Youtuber.

I do suffer from this ban. I’ve refused free cable, so my motives are pure. I hate ads, and think their content is despicable. YouTube had the Olympics, the only thing on TV of value, and this year I finally managed to watch the Superbowl, second half, on my phone.

This is the ZWO blog, so conspiracy theories first.  I googled the Vegas line after the game, and as suspected, it was three points. When Atlanta, up by 16, didn’t go up the middle twice to set up the easy and game clinching field goal in the third quarter, it made me suspicious. One of the things I hate about the NFL is the influence the gambling community has on it.

However, the second half was fast-paced and well officiated. Atlanta most likely choked. I would seriously consider firing whoever called that play selection if so.

Now, have I established I don’t care about the NFL? I had no pick. I am dispassionate. Yet, I acknowledge it was a great game. Record comeback, two 2 point conversion, and the first sudden death overtime in Superbowl history.

Great game, moving on, and I start seeing dark, leading articles about white supremacists being fans of Tom Brady, an “Aryan Avatar”, as they put it. These articles were pre written to be unveiled after the game, seemingly.

Turns out Tom Brady is a Trump fan. Insert Vincent Price maniacal laughter and sound effects. Worse, Trump predicted victory, and came pretty close to calling the margin. Twitter erupts with comparisons between the Patriot’s unlikely comeback and Trump’s win. Hence the creation of the Twitter hashtag “#NOTMYSUPERBOWLCHAMPIONS”.

Worse, it wasn’t a joke.

Which gets me to the point. There is some mental illness at work in America today. It really is as if reality is just considered one option on the alternate universe menu.

The Patriots are the Superbowl champions, and Donald Trump is the President. Painting support of the Patriots as racist shows the disease in such a blatant manner it serves as a good illustration of the idiocy of the Trump Haters.

I mean, Trump called the game. Any normal person watched that second half and realized they had seen the best of sport. It was inspirational. Corny as it sounds, watching the coin toss at the beginning of OT, I felt like I was watching the ancient Acheans parlaying in front of the city of Troy. It felt like The Iliad. Yet all Hillary had to say was comment on Lady Gaga’s halftime show. Out of touch much? Football taps into the martial spirit which a commander in chief must possess, at least so most football fans might attest. There is a reason the industrial military state complex pumps so much money into the NFL for advertising, another reason I dislike the current NFL.

The real NFL started in northeastern Pennsylvania. Coalminers were badasses, and they had the first football league. Guys played both offense and defense with no pads. Think Bronco Nagurskey. I’m from there. When Soros’s sore losers start shooting on this contrived race war, I’m going back. They still find old mine shafts stuffed with bodies there, leftovers from Prohibition and the start of the first coalminers union in the world. No alternate realities there, stuff gets real pretty quick.

 

Pasted below are some good comments I’m linking to that give a good status synopsis for Bioelectronics World.

To add to the comments below by an art2426

The stock (BIEL) spiked since a couple of their products got cleared for OTC (Over the counter) by the FDA. Backed off a bit, but this isn’t over. News drives this stock, and I cannot stress this enough–FDA clearance opens up a lot of vistas for news, such as licensing deals, partnerships, new 510 K applications that now have a previously approved medical device to use as a precedent, and Buyouts.

 

From art2426

 

“>>>Whatever happens, it is going to be nothing but positive going forward. This company reached its ultimate low point before they were finally granted OTC clearance. We should simply relax and watch. This is a real company with a real product with real patents and with real FDA OTC clearance for the first time ever in the USA in this technology domain. The FDA created this domain space OTC because of Biel.<<<

POST of the day!! Especially the part about “we should simply relax and watch”.

All this other talk and disagreement is just rhetoric. We the stockholders just received something that was long sought and there is NO WAY this can be twisted and turned, ignored or argued about —- IT IS A VERY POSITIVE EVENT. One that in no way can be construed as NOT positive. Argue all you want about share structure etc. Do you not realize what has just happened! A small stinky pinky got the notice of the all powerful FDA and the all powerful FDA just confirmed that 2 of their products, after EXTENSIVE SCRUTINY, IS beneficial, safe and efficient in pain management for specific parts of the body. With this determination it is obvious that other uses and future products of this company will follow (back patch next?). Breaking through and convincing the FDA on the first product is ALWAYS the most difficult, as we have witnessed with this LONG process leading up to this approval. Can anyone really believe that the back patch will not be OK’d? That many more future products from this company for various other ailments will not be forthcoming? All of this will result in continual spikes in stock price, further strengthening the perception and validity of this company and its products.

So argue share count all you want or about whatever floats your boat, cause all I know is we have just surpassed the biggest hurdle and received the most sought after goal —- FDA OK! …”