Paul Haeder, Author

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these nerds, geniuses, chess champs, disruption thugs, all of them are anti human, anti planet, anti the people, planet, plants and phyla writ large-

From Mickey Z, though being a socialist and communist in the purest sense is about building community, not CASH, plain and simple:

To question capitalism is not the same as endorsing any other current “ism.”

To blindly accept capitalism is to ignore the reality that what we call capitalism survives due to the socializing of corporate costs and the privatizing of corporate profits.

To question capitalism is to look beyond the next fiscal quarter, beyond national boundaries, and beyond corporate propaganda.

To blindly accept capitalism is to pretend that technology is neutral, humans can “control” nature, and the playing field is even.

To question capitalism is to have a new vision for the future that extends well beyond today’s closing bell on Wall Street.

To blindly accept capitalism is to prize shareholders over solidarity and commodities over communities. (source)

Which poison pill will you be taking to make it in Chlamdyia Capitalism? Loopholes, man, loopholes perpetrated by lab coats, MDs, PhDs, JD’s and CEOs and Lobbies, and the entire might of the Complex:

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Simple formula — food should be nourishing and safe to eat.

But more than 10,000 chemicals are allowed in food sold in the U.S. Some are direct additives, such as preservatives like butylated hydroxyanisole, or BHA, and butylated hydroxytoluene, or BHT, which are intentionally added to processed food. Others are so-called indirect additives, like heavy metals, which contaminate food during processing, storage and packaging.

Almost 99 percent of food chemicals introduced since 2000 were greenlighted for use by food and chemical companies, rather than properly reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. Many of these widely used chemicals are associated with major health harms, including increased risk of cancer, developmental harm and hormone disruption.

Better dying with Chemistry, and it’s plastics, man, plastics is the future!

EWG’s Dirty Dozen Guide to Food Chemicals: The top 12 to avoid

Oh, even if you eat good food, the Capitalists get ya’!


Polybrominated diphenyl ethers replaced the first generation flame retardants, polychlorinated biphenyls, which were banned in the U.S. for their toxicity in 1977. Predictably, PBDEs have also come under scrutiny for adverse health and environmental impacts, as well as questionable effectiveness. Ubiquitous in the home, PBDEs are found in furniture, TVs, computer, and electrical equipment. An alarming 2010 study suggested that children with higher prenatal exposure to PBDEs score lower on tests of mental and physical development between the ages of one and siX.


Perfluorinated compounds, which can make materials resistant to stains, oil, and water, are found in clothing, cookware, fast food wrappers, microwave popcorn bags, and carpets. (Teflon and Scotchguard, for instance, are derived from PFCs.) Since they don’t degrade organically, they persist in the environment and accumulate in living tissue. Health concerns include toxic fumes from heated nonstick pans causing “Teflon flu” (which can kill pet birds!); stainless steel and cast iron could be safer alternatives.


A solvent used to make paints, paint thinners, fingernail polish, lacquers, adhesives and rubber, toluene is toxic to the nervous system, though it’s less bad than the highly carcinogenic benzene, which it largely replaced. Some people huff it to get high, which is just about the stupidest thing imaginable, since inhalation can cause (in addition to euphoria and dissociation) fatigue, confusion, temporary hearing or color vision loss, severe lung damage and even death.


The purpose of parabens is preservative, to kill bacteria and fungi, and they’re present in a host of personal care products: shampoos, moisturizers, shaving gels, lubricants, cosmetics, deodorants and toothpaste. They’ve even added to food. The problem is that parabens have been found in breast cancer tumors, and are known to mimic estrogen, the hormone that drives that disease. Reproductive toxicity is also suspected. In light of these concerns, some products have gone paraben-free, and are labeled as such.


Brought to market in the 1970s by Monsanto, which gave it the ruggedly suggestive name Roundup, glyphosate is an herbicide that kills almost anything growing. Instantly popular with farmers, it really took off with the introduction of genetically modified “Roundup Ready” seeds, which grow into glyphosate-resistant crops that enable less discriminant spraying. Roundup is also sold to ordinary homeowners, for use against yard weeds.

Unsurprisingly, a chemical that’s toxic to plantlife doesn’t seem to be good for animals: birth defects have been observed in rats and frogs exposed to glyphosate. Human harm has not been conclusively demonstrated, but some argue that Roundup’s presence in the food supply and environment is contributing to the prevalence of several diseases. The development of herbicide-resistant superweeds is also a concern.


Also known as Perc, or just dry-cleaning fluid, tetrachloroethylene is as almost as tough on the nervous system as it is on stains. It’s classified as a probable human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and studies have also shown that it significantly increases the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. One researcher found that the children of dry cleaners are 3.5 times more likely than other kids to develop schizophrenia.

Bisphenol A

Known as BPA for short, bisphenol A is used to make hard plastics, including the materials for water bottles, sports equipment, DVDs, medical and dental devices and eyeglass lenses. It’s also used in the lining of metal food and beverage cans, as well as in the thermal paper on which receipts are printed. In other words, it’s everywhere, including in our bodies: it leaches into substances we consume and is absorbed through our skin. And its effects on animals, at levels below the EPA’s limit for human exposure, are pretty awful: adverse changes to reproductive organs and tissue, including predispositions to cancer, as well as neural and behavioral impacts on non-human primates. A recent FDA ban on the use of BPA in baby bottles was denounced by the Environmental Working Group as “purely cosmetic,” since the chemical is still present in food packaging.


An antimicrobial agent, triclosan was originally intended for use in hospitals, but soon found its way into a wide variety of consumer products: toothpaste, cutting boards, shoes, trash bags and antibacterial soaps. As a result, triclosan is now in all sorts of places it shouldn’t be: in the bile of wild fish exposed to wastewater, in human breast milk and in nearly 75% of urine samples tested in 2008.

Triclosan penetrates the skin and enters in the bloodstream, where its effects on people are unknown. But it’s been shown to mess with the endocrine systems of several different animals, and to interfere with human muscle cell function in vitro. The benefits of using it in soap have been questioned; the FDA says there’s no evidence of triclosan’s upside, apart from an anti-gingivitis effect demonstrated by Colgate Total toothpaste. And some studies have raised the possibility that widespread use of triclosan could contribute to microbial resistance to biocides.


These plasticizers are all over the place. One billion tons are produced each year, and they go into (among other things) children’s toys, pharmaceutical tablets, shower curtains, adhesives, food packaging and fragrances used in all manner of cleaning products, personal and otherwise. What’s troubling: phthalates are easily released into the environment, and they seem to act like hormones in the human body. Possible consequences include (in males) genital deformities, sterility and diabetes, and (in females) premature births, early puberty and breast cancer. Links have also been found with allergies and asthma. (SOURCE)

Oh, darn, those silly republicans and democrats, oh, silly me, they are out to watchdog us, we the people who voted for the sociopaths, and bird dog thoses sons of bitches and bitches of fathers to take care of us. (Blood samples matter, and POPs last for, well, cradle to grave. You and I voted for that , right?)

Firefighters are exposed to higher than average levels of PFAS as it is still used in flame retardants (Credit: Getty Images)

Oh, aspiration, and that’s the Nazi-Backing EU, with glee for all the depleted uranium shells, all those bombs bursting in air, all that censorship, all that billions going to the Nazi Regime, all the work to blow up Russia and create suffering, vis-a-vis sanctions. That EU and that Europe and those UK-ians, and all those fascists in EuroTrashLandia, and those Killer Five Eyes, and the rest of them, wanting to destroy people through sanctioning IV bags and medicines.

Do not believe this crap: New EU restrictions to ban around 12,000 substances have been proposed in what the European Environmental Bureau has called the world’s “largest ever ban on toxic chemicals”, but changes in regulation can be incredibly slow moving. “There is a long way to go but with the new EU chemical strategy and European Green Deal, we are hopeful that things can improve a lot. But even then, that would take a long time before that change is visible in your blood, I’m afraid.”

The ‘precautionary principle’ could be translated into everyday words as ‘better safe than sorry’. It means that, when scientific evidence about something is uncertain, and there are reasonable grounds for concern about harm, decision-makers should err on the side of caution and avoid risks. With chemicals, the development of new substances outpaces research on their negative impacts. This is why it is important to proceed with caution.

These geniuses do not care, and disaster and inflammatory and disease capitalism, all of the merchants of death and dying, all those huksters, the shekel lovers, all those scammers, the grifters in high and low places, they are right there for the kill.

Yep, I just wrote a Substack on mother’s day, the toxic shit that schools teach, the broken social media, girls and boys who look at genitals at age four and get groomed for whatever “they” are after, what, LGBTQIA+ (an abbreviation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual, and more. These terms are used to describe a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. See below for a more detailed definition of each term, from GLAAD’s LGBTQ Media Reference Guide.)


Oh, we know the plus (+) is added devaluing of humanity, and the conversations prompted by the elite, the beautiful people, the war mongers and the retail mercenaries, ahh, that PLUS:

The ‘plus’ (+) is used to signify all of the gender identities and sexual orientations that letters and words cannot yet fully describe.eop

So while the beautiful people get their for profit non-profit and NGO money from the hundreds of outfits, like the Soros “foundations,” et al, we are living in a dystopia.

Brought to us by the nerds, the disruption experts, the sociopaths.

Come on, protest?

Nah, never. All this distraction, all those tools in the social media book, all the Chromebooks, all the black mirrors, all the eye scanning, how much of the little 2 x 4 phone screen covered the rods and cones of humanity to lobotomize . . . all of that is cooked up by the prodigies, those chess geniuses. And may they all turn to glass, really, neutron bomb? E-coli in their greens? Botulism in their Kombucha? A little toxin from that lovely octupus? A snail?

One of the world's most poisonous sea creatures; Cone Snail. | Cone snail, Deadly animals ...

Box jellyfish for Gates and Musk?

Jellyfish, Port Eilzabeth, South Africa.

Funnel Web Spider for Thiel, Soros, Buffet?

Funnel web spider in its web looking at camera

Shit dog, a cone snail for the Biden-Bush-Trump and all extended families of the Billionaire Cartel?

A little snake venom for all of Media and Holly-Dirt, the biggest liars on the planet?

Shit, all the times I’ve been with the stone fish. That little venom extracted for all the Military Mercenary Industrial Complex heads and not-so-heads of that shit show?

I’ve had these guys in my hands many times: For all FIRE-men and FIRE-woman? Finance Insurance Real Estate moguls and their Eichmanns’?

Brown and orange the Gila Monster is the worlds most venomous lizard

Fucking A, for the blue-ringed octupuses, in Australian waters, that shit hole anal cavity for the US of A:

end0skeletal: The blue-ringed octopuses (genus... - I am a satellite, never getting signals right.

Think of the golden billion, and their leaders and movers and shakers, all those merchants of death, disease, dystopia, dirt and derangement.

I learned how to isolate botulism cells, the bacteria, and, well, with a little petri dish love, hmm, how much could I make?

  • Clostridium botulinum is a bacterium that produces dangerous toxins (botulinum toxins) under low-oxygen conditions.
  • Botulinum toxins are one of the most lethal substances known.
  • Botulinum toxins block nerve functions and can lead to respiratory and muscular paralysis.
  • Human botulism may refer to foodborne botulism, infant botulism, wound botulism, and inhalation botulism or other types of intoxication.
  • Foodborne botulism, caused by consumption of improperly processed food, is a rare but potentially fatal disease if not diagnosed rapidly and treated with antitoxin.
  • Homemade canned, preserved or fermented foodstuffs are a common source of foodborne botulism and their preparation requires extra caution.

Ahh, my friend Tassos, in El Paso, a Greek Merchant Marine, formerly married to a Mexican, had a restaurant I worked with on many occassions, and this shit happened to the poor fellow:

Skordalia, a dip consisting of potatoes, garlic, cucumbers and sometimes yogurt, was served Friday and Saturday at the restaurant, which voluntarily closed pending the completion of an investigation.

EL PASO, Texas, April 12, 1994 — Fourteen people who ate a garlic and potato-based dip at a Greek restaurant remained hospitalized Tuesday in what officials said may be the worst outbreak of botulism in Texas history.

The 14 were among 30 people who ate the dip at Tassos Greek Cuisine and Seafood Restaurant, said El Paso city-county Health and Environmental District director Dr. Laurance Nickey. (Sources)

In any case, the Anarchist Cookbook was just a little superficial primer for some fun things to hack the system BACK then.

Even that fellow asked for redemption:

In a federal prosecution in Maryland, Ali Saboonchi was charged with violating U.S. export restrictions on trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran. After his smartphones and flash drive were seized at the U.S.-Canadian border on July 18, 2013, Saboonchi moved to “suppress the fruits of warrantless forensic searches” at the border. This motion required U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm to address the American practice of border searches of incoming passengers:

[I]n practice, officers are expected to use their discretion to focus on more likely evidence of contraband or criminality — to ensure that what appears to be a diary is not actually The Anarchist Cookbook, and to move on.

To people versed in radical literature, The Anarchist Cookbook is well-known. Written by a 19-year-old anti-war activist named William Powell and published by a controversial New York house in 1971, it became a bestseller in radical circles and is still available on the internet. It contains diagrams and instructions on how to construct various explosive devices, and (based on its content) was apparently aimed at people interested in conducting guerilla warfare in the United States.

Powell died recently, but not before a documentary filmmaker caught up with him in France, where he had been based for several decades while doing good things around the world. The footage of his interview indicated that Powell had not read or touched the book since he wrote it almost 50 years ago and that he had renounced it and its ideas, hoping it would go out of print. The problem for Powell is the sense that his book inspired several notorious terrorists, both right- and left-wing, over the last several decades. Powell was visibly pained by this realization, and died shortly after the interview. (check out the article)

Now now, this is all personal choice, and some of us learned how to take apart and put together all sorts of weapons. Some of us learned how to use C-4 and how to arm Claymore mines. Dynamite and other weird stuff. For the bankers and millionaires and billionaires? Never, it seems, just mall and school shootings. Insane.

But the bottom line is, these geniuses are worse than cold-blooded sicarios.

Forbes, a dity lying rag:

“Google Is About To Turn The Online Publishing Industry Upside Down”

So, this Substack is soon to be gone, thanks to the Fascists at Google:

The company plans to change the way it presents search engine results by using artificial intelligence. And, at the risk of overstating the potential consequences, it will be like dropping a nuclear bomb on an online publishing industry that’s already struggling to survive.

[Photo: Dirty rotten female, Cathy Edwards, Google’s vice president of engineering, in a screenshot from the company’s … [+]” “GOOGLE / YOUTUBE”

cathy edwards google io conference may 10, 2023

Here, Fox News:

“The scientist said that the best thing to do now is to “put as much effort into developing this technology as we do into making sure it’s safe” – which he says is not happening right now.”

This is it, then, constant bombardment of these sociopaths telling us, we poor peasants, we poor Dystopian fools, that we shall be fine if we allow for the elites, the Eichmann’s big and small, to determine the world in their Demented and Dystopian way. Plus, they all are WELFARE cheats, getting R & D, hoards of workers, funding, tax breaks, etc. etc. from US, the dying taxpayer.

[Photo: These are MONSTERS, Geoffrey Hinton speaks during The International Economic Forum of the Americas (IEFA) Toronto Global Forum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019. ]

Look at this piece of shit, we hope, future botulism eater:

A picture of Sundar Pichai talking

[Photo: Sundar Pichai thinks A.I. will cause a “big societal labor market disruptions.”]

Yeah, stop the toxins, stop the poisons, stop the AI-VR-AR poison and toxin developers now:

“Twenty years ago, when people exactly predicted what tech automation would do, there were very specific pronouncements of entire job categories which would go away. That hasn’t fully played out,” Pichai said. 

Pichai isn’t the only tech CEO who thinks A.I. will have a major impact on the labor force. IBM’s CEO Arvind Krishna said earlier this week that A.I. could do “30% to 50%” of the repetitive office work. He added that if machines can do those tasks, it “frees up employees to take on higher-value work.” In his own company, Krishna said they were beginning to automate key tasks, and have been able to shift from 700 people doing HR-related manual tasks, to just 50.

And Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has previously told Fortune that today’s workforce should be prepared to work “hand in hand with A.I.”  He added in a statement this week that A.I. could unlock potential on a large scale. 

That’s fucking Fortune Magazine, the trade magazine for Faustians, Goebbels, Eichmann’s, Friedmans, Bernays, the lot of the disaster lizard people, Mengeles: That fucking Forbes:

“Forbes magazine’s new majority owner is a 28-year-old billionaire who made his money in self-driving car tech.”

…. Sociopath Central, piece of human stain, again, where or where is the botulism vinaigrette

Austin Russell, a 28-year-old automotive technology tycoon, acquired an 82% stake in Forbes Global Media Holdings, parent of the well-known business magazine.

The deal values the company at close to $800 million, the parties said in a statement Friday. The seller, Hong Kong-based Integrated Whale Media Investments will retain a minority stake. The Forbes family will not, though Steve Forbes will remain involved.

Russell is the chief executive officer of Luminar Technologies Inc., which provides antonymous driving technology to the automotive industry. The company, which has a $2.1 billion market capitalization, posted sales of $40.7 million last year and isn’t profitable.

Then, of course, gila monsters, box jellyfishes, cone snails, purple octopi sushi for the worst of the worst in his field, Gay, Hateful, Welfare Queen, a la LGBTAQ++, Peter fucking Thiel: “Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYSE:PLTR) Is About To Turn The Corner”

We feel now is a pretty good time to analyse Palantir Technologies Inc.’s (NYSE:PLTR) business as it appears the company may be on the cusp of a considerable accomplishment. Palantir Technologies Inc. builds and deploys software platforms for the intelligence community in the United States to assist in counterterrorism investigations and operations.

Here, this human stain, into AI, and he is the man, man, into surveillence capitalism deep, anal deep:

Digital media outlet Gawker declared bankruptcy and put itself up for sale after it was ordered to pay $140 million in a lawsuit for publishing the sex tape of wrestler Hulk Hogan. Hogan’s lawsuit was financially backed by Silicon Valley billionaire and Trump supporter Peter Thiel, who was outed as gay by a now-defunct Gawker blog. The case is now the focus of a new movie premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. We speak to Brian Knappenberger, the director of “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press.” He previously directed “The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz” and “We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists,” about the hacker collective Anonymous.

Again, Judaism Central, Thiel: Journalists are trained to look for stories behind the stories. The reporters investigating the Hulk Hogan sex tape and the sale of the Las Vegas Journal-Review, however, found something unprecedented: billionaires covertly using their fortunes to silence the media. Nobody Speak explores what Peter Thiel’s financial support of the lawsuit against Gawker and Sheldon Adelson’s shadowy purchase of Nevada’s largest newspaper mean for future of journalism, the First Amendment, and the power of the ultra wealthy.

Have fun with this fucker, and send me any requests on Gila Monster poison fun, or, well, brown recluse spider venom, concentrated, or, shit, Mohave rattler miling, I’ve had them all in my hands, milked one of them.

I can’t get the nukes and neutron bombs for these Microsoft fucks, but shit, a little bit of dioxin, some, well, DARPA shit?

[News clip]: JD Vance will be the next Republican Senator, a victory for Peter Thiel who spent millions backing JD Vance.

But Thiel wasn’t always on top of the world. In 1996 Peter Thiel was lost — a law school graduate and the author of a middling book on the dangers of diversity.

[Peter Thiel]: The problem of racism, sexism, other forms of oppression have been vastly exaggerated.

But then he found something: venture capital. In just a few short years Thiel took a million dollar investment from friends and family and created a massive amount of wealth for himself. Lots of tech founders say they’re going to change the world — it’s a big part of the VC schtick — but Thiel is different.

You tell me that you aren’t at least hoping for a little bit of Greek potato dips gone bad for these million or so mother fuckers killing us, man:

“Billionaire Peter Thiel wants unfettered corporate power and the destruction of government institutions. This election got him closer than ever.”

This is not aberration.

We should all be honey badgers. Fuck these self-driving, AI crack cocaine loving, motherless mother fuckers. Have some fun, guys and gals and ze’s and zeh’s.

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