Invisible Enemies – Part 5

By John Duffy Dancing Between the Raindrops On February third, as the car he was being driven in passed awaiting reporters outside of the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), Peter Daszak rolled down his window. He yelled to the journalists that his team was “asking all the questions that need to be asked.” Daszak was referring to the team of scientists and researchers assembled by the WHO to investigate the origins of the SARS-COV-2 virus. By February tenth, the WHO envoy was declaring to the world that there was no […]

Invisible Enemies – Part 4

The Careful Crafting of History and the Future In October of 2009 I sat down across from the former White House Counter-terror “tsar” Richard Clarke, and had a conversation that lasted about an hour. I was working on a documentary film with my colleague Ray, that never ended up getting made. In the end, we used the audio from that interview in our first long form podcast, “Who is Rich Blee.” We also released a ten minute video edit of the interview on youtube, and used the content of the […]

Invisible Enemies Part 2

By John Duffy In the immediate aftermath of 9-11, I spent a lot of time in internet chatrooms, doing my best to educate random people about the history of US aggression around the world, particularly in the middle east, and about how US support for Israel has allowed for incalculable suffering amongst the Palestinian people.  Of course, I was twenty years old at the time, and my own grasp of that history was quite tenuous, but even so, it was evident to me that the attacks were not random acts of […]

Invisible Enemies Part 1

Invisible Enemies How Government Goes to War And We All Buy In by John Duffy In March of 2020, I thought to myself that the burgeoning Covid-19 pandemic would end up characterized by a lot of similarities to the 9-11 attacks.  At the time, I was thinking mostly about how a distracted President could miss the warnings about impending danger, and sit on his hands bloviating about low priority issues while those with their ears to the ground pounded his desk hoping for action. Over the past eight or nine months, […]