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    From: How We’ll Get Through The Coronavirus Debacle
  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 4:59am

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    PaulJam

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    Re: Glyphosate and Covid-19

    If true, this could be a simple explanation why the young are less susceptible to COVID-19, because they simply have had less exposure to glysophate than older folks.

    Also, if true, this a stunning example of how complexity can manifest profoundly damaging unintended consequences.  Much attention has been given the Precautionary Principle with respect to managing the COVID-19 pandemic.  This glysophate link, if borne out, points to the need to employ the Precautionary Principle when rolling out new technologies and chemicals in ways that would ultimately render them economically infeasible.  How much precautionary screening/testing of glysophate would have been needed to identify this effect as a potential problem before the chemical was commercially rolled out?  A true predicament.

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 4:53am

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    Rajkumarijay

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    Programming...

    I grew up in a Catholic family where we attended Mass faithfully every Sunday. I even attended Catholic school for eight years. Talk about programming! The Catholics have that perfected. I have not been a practicing Catholic for many years. Recently an uncle passed and I attended his funeral Mass. I watched in awe of the programming that occurred to sit, stand, kneel, make gestures and respond at the appropriate times and not only the other people, but ME. The whole process was so ingrained I knew every appropriate answer and gesture. It was scary.

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 4:52am

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    VTGothic

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    "Reopening an economy isn't getting out of bed in the morning."

    This, posted by someone I know on FB yesterday:

    My cousin Andrea in Chicago works for a Fortune 100 corporation at the executive management level. She’s been with this company for 14 years and earns a high six-figure salary. She’s worked incredibly hard to get where she is. Yesterday she was notified that they’re reducing her salary by 22%, or $102,300. Take it or leave it. Economies are dynamic and complex. There’s millions of moving parts all driven by praxeology.

    As Professor, Kevin Gutzman, rightly said recently, “Many will find that their new employment is less remunerative or otherwise less congenial than their former employment. Family savings will have been consumed, in whole or in part, for the purpose of current consumption. Reduced savings across the economy, thus less investment in plant and equipment, will mean lower production in the future. People with less money will buy fewer/smaller houses, fewer/less expensive automobiles, and fewer/less expensive business plants. Dentists will see fewer patients less often. So will physicians. Attorneys will have fewer real estate closings and give less business advice. There will be fewer new patents than there would have been. An economy isn’t static or linear. Reopening an economy isn’t getting out of bed in the morning. It’s more like ending a war without a winner.”

    More than 16,000,000+ people have lost their jobs in the last three weeks. That’s just over 10% of the workforce. Yet, there’s still some slow learners out there who are mindlessly touting a “contagion apocalypse.” As my friend Carl says: “This is going to be very, very difficult to recover from. As I’ve been saying for years, if you believe the economy is in great shape, you’re kidding yourself. And, the effects from creating $6 Trillion out of thin air have not even materialized yet.”

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  • From: Daily Digest 4/9 – Report Warned Of Coronavirus Crisis In November, Is U.S. Energy Dominance Coming To An End?
  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 4:49am

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    Jodi Stanley

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    Pentagon Debunks Reports of November 2019 Briefing on Virus

    As a matter of gathering all current information available which sets Peak Prosperity apart, on April 9 the Pentagon (Col. Shane Day) issued a formal statement that no information regarding a virus was brought to the Trump administration in November 2019. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/defense-national-security/pentagon-denies-abc-news-report-that-intelligence-warned-of-cataclysmic-coronavirus-pandemic-last-november

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 3:42am

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    MQ

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    U.S. banks to seize energy assets as shale boom goes bust

    Teapot Dome 21st century style. Well, the banks will be amazed to realize they have been snookered in ND.

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 2:55am

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    Galene77

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    The unfolding utopia…

    The ugly truth is – we live in a command based structure, where we have all been
    programmed by our national Govts’ and their propaganda MSM broadcast machines since
    our earliest school years to become docile followers and we are not encouraged to become free-thinking individuals.

    We have been conditioned for decades to embrace teams, our tribal herd, and the mass preferential viewpoint only, that, and to suck-up de facto popular opinion – triggered to reject anything different eccentric or that which stands alone.

    We are so innately Pavlovian conditioned that all it takes for any official authority or business to prompt us to buy or accept something as ideal – all they simply have to do is repeat a statement more than three or four times, until we readily internalise it and repeat it back ourselves and then follow it as a complete and obvious truth and/or the latest trendiest thing we must own and behold.

    This is NLP programming – the frequent repetition of words to trigger the required worldview of how to think, act… what to like or dislike and who to idolise and follow…”

    So radiate with the continuing fear bubble – obey your masters.

    Smile as you line up for your mandatory citizen vaccine chip.

    Delight in your universal basic income pittance.

    And be very grateful for your social credit score profile which is of course non-negotiable.

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 2:34am

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    Linda T

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    Re: Glyphosate and Covid-19

    yagasjai,

    OMG!!!! WOW!!!! That really blew my mind, that was really really interesting, and thanks for posting that.And a lot of it made a whole lot of sense too. Maybe some missing pieces of the puzzle? Could very well be. Hope Chris or someone else can take a look at it later, and I look forward to their input.

    The sections entitled “A link to waterways, highways, and airports”, really the whole section was really interesting; “Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease”; “E-cigarettes and vaporized glyphosate”; “Collectins: proteins essential for the innate immune system”; and these paragraphs from the section “A broader perspective on glyphosate and COVID-19”:

    “Is this all just coincidence? I don’t think so. Instead, I strongly suspect that the degree to which a person is susceptible to COVID-19 is proportional to the degree to which they have been exposed to glyphosate. Eating a certified organic diet and staying away from major highways may be among the best tools for protection from an acute reaction to COVID-19.

    Researchers from Wuhan, China have done a careful study of four patients who suffered from an acute reaction to COVID-19 and ultimately died [34]. These patients all had severe issues with insufficient oxygen supply due to pneumonia. They also exhibited deficiencies in immune function in terms of decreased counts of various types of immune cells.”

    One of the things that occurred to me while reading the article is since glyphosate/Roundup is systemic, so it affects more than just “weeds”, it affects the bees and other pollinators, microbial life, and travels up through the food chain, into the groundwater… Maybe, maybe someone’s diet has something to do with the degree with which they do or don’t get COVID, because if someone eats mostly organic foods, they have less of it in their body…

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 1:58am

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    French connexion

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    Pre-Prints (no jamming)

    After the visit yesterday mentioned above.

    IHU Méditerranée Infection has decided to publish all of their papers on the basis of a “Pre-Print” before official publication. They are in English as well. This is for you if useful – I have taken the attitude that we have to work on this together – you are the spokesman.

    https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/pre-prints-ihu/

     

    Happy Easter

     

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 1:44am

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    French connexion

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    The unexpected

    Yesterday the unexpected happened. Macron, our President, went to Marseille to visit Dr Raoult.

     

    https://twitter.com/raoult_didier/status/1248504146774216704

    There has been much talk about Deep State – and the Fed’s all out assault on the Capitalist system. For the latter I would say that They are in sheer desparation. Deep State, which Macron is a front man is much more subtile – Machiavelian – prince in their nature. They can jump ship at any moment – and that is what has appeared to happen Thursday. The French President was going to address the people Thursday at 8pm – I guess someone told him that the Christians would not appreciate an announce of bad news during the Last Supper festivities – so we are going to wait until Monday for the bad news. But Austria has created a stir that they will end the confinement next week. This was not what Deep State wanted to hear. And to bring us back to a human scale, the daughter of Brigitte Macron from a previous marriage, has caught the dreaded virus and been cured by the HCQ +  therapy. All those of you with wives can understand that the ambiance in the Presidential Palace has changed, and that our dear Emmanuel was most certainly encouraged to go see Doctor Didier. So “Wait and See” as we now say in French – for Monday’s speech by President Macron.

     

    All of you who have been pointing to Deep States total control – I basically am in your camp. But this sort of thing, like a fruit which falls out of the Tree, and at PRECISELY the moment of the mass celebrating the Last Supper – call it what you want – serendipity or the hand of God. But I am jumping the gun!! Anyone who goes against this banks – industrial military machine – petro-dollar … will pass a few sleepless nights. Macron is the Rothchild’s fabrication – rising in a flash from nowhere. Inherently insecure – doesn’t like his own parents – no children of his own – these are our leaders. MSM has poisoned the lives of good people who would have been much better leaders – Deep State with MSM – it was not in their interest. And maybe Deep State itself is divided? Not everyone in Europe likes NATO, with the help of America, bothering the Russian Bear ad infinitum.

    So maybe starting Monday the wheels start coming off of the machine – earning reports season – a problem in the precious metals market? One thing for sure, Deep State as portrayed by the Rothchilds are like a fencing master seeking their moment, yet leaving an escape route open – to live another day. Not all peoples put up with the Bullsh.T that America imposes – no one finger prints you when you come in France. I was threatened once, with my family, at US customs in the Bahamas – the customs officer asked me if I had any food items. I said “Yes, we’ve got some sandwiches”. To which he yelled “Food”. I was greeted by a lady holding a semi-automatic rifle pointed at me asking me what was in the bag. I said “I’m not sure my Aunt’s butler made us some sandwiches. I think there is a ham sandwich for each of us?” “Is the ham from America?” This went on for a while.

     

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  • Fri, Apr 10, 2020 - 1:27am

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    Sparky1

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    U.S. banks to seize energy assets as shale boom goes bust

    [No doubt that the banks will get Federal Reserve approval for short-term commodities ownership and digital cash to shore-up these toxic assets. They’ll relax the rules, provide waivers and bail-out cash directly or indirectly, and extend this “temporary” measure repeatedly until entrenched. And We the (little) People will end-up backstopping the losses. The Fed and other central banks and the TBTF banks are well on their way to owning the world.]

    Exclusive: U.S. banks prepare to seize energy assets as shale boom goes bust

    “Major U.S. lenders are preparing to become operators of oil and gas fields across the country for the first time in a generation to avoid losses on loans to energy companies that may go bankrupt, sources aware of the plans told Reuters.”

    “JPMorgan Chase & Co, Wells Fargo & Co, Bank of America Corp and Citigroup Inc are each in the process of setting up independent companies to own oil and gas assets, said three people who were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. The banks are also looking to hire executives with relevant expertise to manage them, the sources said. ”

    “Big banks will need to get regulatory waivers to execute their plans, because of limitations on their involvement with physical commodities, sources said.”

    “Banks are hoping their planned ownership time frame of a year or so will pass a Federal Reserve requirement that they do not plan to hold assets for a long time. Because lenders would be stepping in to support part of the economy that is important to any potential rebound, and which has not gotten direct bailouts from the federal government, that might help applications, too.”

    “For now, the banks are establishing holding companies that can sit above limited liability companies (LLCs) containing seized assets. The LLCs would be owned proportionally by banks participating in the original secured loan.”

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-banks-energy-assets-exclusive/exclusive-u-s-banks-prepare-to-seize-energy-assets-as-shale-boom-goes-bust-idUSKCN21R3JI

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