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    From: 7-Year High in Crude, 30% Hit to GDP
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 7:20pm

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    Aus

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    CCP- Will they go to war over Taiwan?

    CCP- potential answer, war as a distraction to the main game? Isn't it always about money/resources? Didn't the US just hand them (CCP) weapons as part of the Afghanistan exit? Where are most US troops headed now?  Is there a war over gold, minerals and food and gas emerging down under? Could they enter via Western Australia and the Northern Territory where the 100% vax mandate is in force, all the men and women of fighting age (men mostly) are maimed?  IDK.

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  • From: A Discussion with Dr. Scott Jensen, M.D.
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 7:06pm

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    davefairtex

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    journey of 1000 miles

    Well sure.

    But a journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step.

    And, as we know, admitting you have a problem is the first step.

    Here's the fun part.  If we all agreed there was a problem...there are so many of "us", and so few of "them", the problem would be solved almost instantly.  No need for Smith.  Or Wesson.

    So the more people that agree there's a problem - the sooner we get to that point.

    Each new person that sees this is a victory.

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  • From: A Discussion with Dr. Scott Jensen, M.D.
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 6:08pm

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    Mohammed Mast

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    Naivete

    Scott Jensen is a nice guy. They finish last.

    I am hallucinating about ol Tom Jefferson and his friends saying " well we should all run for Parliament".

    We are well beyond any sort of polite electoral "reform".

    The Jews in Europe wore yellow arm bands to be identified and stigmatized. They were herded into ghettos. They were stripped of their possessions. They were herded on to trains like cattle. They were sent to camps for forced labor. When they were no longer useful........

    The indigenous people of the Amerikas suffered basically the same fate. They even believed they could sign treaties with the Great White Father.

    Russians ended up in gulags.

    Scott Jensen means well but he is beyond naive, and that position is dangerous. People will actually like him support him and vote for him in the vain  belief that there is a political solution to the human condition. He says all the right things to appeal to an adolescent belief in hopium.

    THERE ARE NO POLITICAL SOLUTION TO THE HUMAN CONDITION.

    RINSE AND REPEAT AS MANY TIMES AS NECESSARY.

    I don't know how much evidence is needed to convince someone of that salient fact.

    You do not negotiate with a rattlesnake.

    “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.”
    ― J. Edgar Hoover

    If voting changed ANYTHING it would be illegal.





    Australians were disarmed years ago. They are now being shot with rubber bullets.

    There are more guns in the US than people. Maybe that's why we are not being shot with rubber bullets........yet.

    For 40 years the middle class has been systematically destroyed. It is slowly being boiled into oblivion. You cannot have a Great Reset (New World Order) with a strong middle class. You cannot have a global Neo Feudal system with a well armed strong middle class.

    The only names on a ballot that will mean anything are Smith and Wesson, Remington, Mossberg , Winchester, Colt, Glock and friends.

    Normalcy bias will get your ass killed.........or worse.

    It doesn't have to be this way

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  • From: “No Discernable Relationship” between Vaccines and Cases
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 5:29pm

    brushhog

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    brushhog said:

    I dont like being referred to as a "hardliner" either. I think it implies some things that arent true. Since when did wanting to be left alone to live in peace make you a "hardliner"?

    In my world those who are pushing people to do something they dont want to do are the "hardliners". People who are making the decision to exclude people from society or shun long time friends over a personal medical decision would strike me as the extremists in this equation.

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  • From: A Discussion with Dr. Scott Jensen, M.D.
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 5:18pm

    One Jab To Rule Them All...

    One Jab To Rule Them All...

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    Re: Social Media Cognitive Warfare

    "Who controls your eyes controls your brain." - Dr. T. F. Leary

    That's why I mostly look at ladies all day & cute animals too.

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  • From: A Discussion with Dr. Scott Jensen, M.D.
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 5:10pm

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    RobertSteinhilber

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    Re: Social Media Cognitive Warfare

    "Who controls your eyes controls your brain." - Dr. T. F. Leary

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  • From: “No Discernable Relationship” between Vaccines and Cases
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 4:57pm

    Jim H

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    Good questions Dave....

    Lots of possible answers to what is going on.  Maybe he has the flu and tested positive for Covid-19 based on, as you say, fragments and a high cycle PCR test.  Maybe it is a re-infection, which would be a bad, but not unsurprising find given the UK week 42 bombshell.  For now .. it's... you know the word;  anecdotal.

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  • From: A Discussion with Dr. Scott Jensen, M.D.
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 4:54pm

    rozmoz1

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    Re Anglosphere

    I don’t think the indigenous people of Australia would agree with the comments.
    After everything else in their history since European invasion, they are now being hoodwinked into a jab for cash. It is now a $5000 fine in the Northern Territory for not having the vax. The population is largely indigenous. So the lying bastards are telling us they are worried about them.
    I am and always have been due to having a compassionate heart.
    Did I miss something in that comment, but I just don’t agree.

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  • From: “No Discernable Relationship” between Vaccines and Cases
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 4:48pm

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    davefairtex

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    a possible reinfection case report

    So Jim, I have a case report from a double-vaxxed friend of mine.  He got COVID about 6 weeks (or so) ago.  Used ivermectin, monoclonals, and a collection of other things.  Got over it in roughly a week.  Seemed a bit tougher for him than for my sister.

    Anyhow, just yesterday he was going to fly international, got a PCR test, and it came back positive.  He reported malaise and fatigue, but no other symptoms.  Is this just "leftovers" from the infection 6 weeks ago?  Or a reinfection?  I told him about the nucleocapsid issue, and encouraged him to take more vitamin D.  And nasal irrigation.  (He was all over the nasal irrigation - if it was just fragments, hopefully the nasal irrigation will wash it out.  Theoretically.).  And he's already doing ivermectin & more monoclonals too.  Fit, in shape, athletic, 50-something.

    So a re-infection?  Or just fragments?  Unfortunately, the PCR test didn't come with a cycle threshold number on it so we can't be sure.

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  • From: “No Discernable Relationship” between Vaccines and Cases
  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 4:01pm

    Jim H

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    Unvaccinated hardliners....

    That's quite the loaded phrasing to use for someone who just wants to preserve the native function of their immune system Sean.  Just using the term, "unvaccinated" makes it seem like this group is missing something that they need.  This term by itself is loaded.  Are they missing something?  I don't happen to think so.  There is a very long list of known negatives for the injections, with more entering the known category every week (reference the UK week 42 bombshell regarding poor formation of N-antibodies in the case of the vaccinated + infected).  The one positive appears to be protection from the worst outcomes of a Covid-19 infection, for some period of time, in some people.

    And then we are "hardliners".  This is pretty loaded with negative connotation;

    hardliner - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
    Search domain vocabulary.comhttps://www.vocabulary.com › dictionary › hardliner

    hardliner: 1 n a conservative who is uncompromising Type of: conservative , conservativist a person who is reluctant to accept changes and new ideas

    As a person who does interdisciplinary science research for a living, my take on these new gene therapy "vaccines" has been very cautionary from the start, even though the King of Conservatism, Donald Trump, touted them and still does.  We all have to make our own decisions.  I will not take the mRNA vaccine.  I'm with Casey on this one.  I won't though throw shade on you Sean, either directly or through passive:aggressive language phrasing, regarding your decision.  We are at the end of the day in this boat together... do take your Vitamin D3.

     

     

     

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