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The deplatforming of dissenting opinions has been gathering steam for a while and has filtered down from de-monetizing, to interrupting funding mechanisms such as pantheon. No doubt buying out this site and (selectively) shutting it down. It is scary that open discussion is stamped out when it threatens a (profit and control) narrative. I hope I can locate (and support) Chris if/when he re-emerges on his own site.
I don’t think it is possible to get a straight answer on vaccines from the MSM (or big Pharma); any criticism is not rebutted or explained, but derided as a kook and anti-vaxxer ignorance. It doesn’t help that the studies from the initial trials are iffy in their assessments and statistics. I for one am part of the 51% (medical types) declining the mRNA product until animal (people getting vaccines currently) studies are out in a year to 18 months. I think I know enough to want to wait. I am hopeful because the alternative to hope is not so good.
I believe that the price manipulation has more room to run, and probably has some backstops we haven’t thought of; but it is coming, the weakness of digital anything is highlighted by this: https://www.minds.com/CorbettReport/blog/our-digital-gulag-1217856461100384256
When I travelled in Japan a few years ago I was surprised at the ‘cash economy’ outside of the tourist areas, various forms of credit debit cards not being used at all; so it will be interesting how this is addressed by the digital oligarchs.
Maybe the 900+ post vaccine deaths don’t count? (even with the 1 per hundred of actual incidents ratio). Even if that figure was true, where would it have been collected and by who?
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A shameful blight on Surgery and Medicine. I was trained, and certified etc. (in plastic and reconstructive surgery), but early on in my career had to understand (for myself ) that doing bad surgery, or surgery for unrealistic expectations, for money, was not my calling. Doctors are no longer independent of government directives and are pawns in corruption of social politics. One of the big pushers for these surgeries is big pharma, that then has a lifelong income stream of (expensive) drug dependant patients.
Things seen from afar often can look pretty good, up close the warts may show. A college sunk a chunk of change buying, then building his dream (in Costa Rica), got cleaned out twice when away and then walked away from it all. Closer to home, one of my aunt’s husbands took her down on a trip meant to repatriate an ‘investment property’ and came back empty handed (carribean island). I have heard similiar stories regarding land tenure tribulations in Mexico.
Your example of flying to a bitcoin friendly country reminds me of a patient I saw (when the Caymans were an effective tax/wealth dodge) in April, He came in very, very uncomfortable, as an emergency referral, from a MD friend , but was unable to sit. It quickly became evident he had a florid ischio rectal abscess (very painful peri anal abscess) and insisted he needed it immediately drained as he was on a flight to the Cayman Islands in a few hours to access his money, made imperative by the tax deadlines. I did not think it wise to accede to his demands from a medical perspective (he needed to not get on that plane), I cannot forget the pain he must have suffered over the next 10 hours (all for tax avoidance).
Bitcoin should work; but the problem I have is that when people start using bitcoin instead of fiat currency at the grocery and hardware store, will the government be happy? What will its likely response be. Being no more than bug on the windshield to the ‘elite’, will they respect me in the morning.