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The science is settled, Fauci is believable, where I live it is good, everyone should be like me, everyone just needs to get in line for their annual microchip verification. NOT
With the power woes (and cold) in Texas, how do those bitcoin affectionados feel when the cell towers go down as well? It made me think of our stay in Japan, where it is basically a cash based economy outside of the tourist hotels and circuit. Credit cards were nowhere to be seen where the Japanese shopped. It seems to me that gold has nowhere to go but up, but in the aftermath of the 1918 pandemic it took 10 years to happen then. I would think silver is a real hope (in the near term) this go round as there is an industrial need that may negate the price manipulation from the big players.
I do take exception with categorization of “elderly people” not knowing what is going on. It may be a disinterest in engaging someone who feels in procession of ‘truth’? Or someone not caught up in the media and electronic rabbit holes out there. The elderly I know, have more often lost their convictions of certainty, but not their knowledge base.
A fiend in another Canadian city asked for ivermectin Rx from her doctor to treat parasites that had been diagnosed by her naturopath; she got it! Doctors are often averse to debating with their patients the merits of alternate therapists, and choose the less argumentative route by preference.
Democratic socialism is a oxymoron; it is a form of moralistic self delusion that is exploited by the inner stalinist that resides in the heart of every liberal control freak. The ‘conflict of visions’ (Thomas Sowell) allows them to be useful idiots in the advancement of “fairness”, “Justice”……and to the gulag
Non pharmaceutical blood thinners can be quite potent and need some care and respect, in my experience; green tea (loose leaf, different types have varying potency), vit E, and aspirin are the big ones I always asked about; and I have witnessed someone who completely anti coagulated himself with those three (he came in to the emerg peeing blood, was discharged with no other problems after 3 days of tests).
The best case scenario seems to have the allegations of fraud, or innocence, proved. The republics survival depends on the constitution and law, such as it is. The media burying coverage of various hearings only increases that imperative, wether Trump wins or Biden wins is secondary.
In most venues the statistical evidence of fraud is enough (just think tax returns or insider trading convictions); so I am perplexed why people expect a higher burden of proof (other than heartfelt bias) in this election. In Canada we have Supreme Court judges who have felt free to interpret the law as they feel it should be, not what our constitution said, or legislators have passed; it is not going well.
If you don’t think this matters, think Venezuela. How the win happened is more crucial than who ‘won’.
The sad part is the discrediting of the electoral process, and lack of respect for it in the media. The remaining question is wether the legal system is up for the challenge of addressing the ‘irregularities’, and unravelling the software ‘glitches’.