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    • Fri, Oct 22, 2021 - 10:58pm

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      emdashtheory

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      Employeers not requiring vaccination

    https://gab.com/groups/49159

    This page on gab has been shared a few times. wouldn’t hurt to look.

    Spork,

    Unlimited hangout is a great site. It’s really cool Chris had Webb on. She gets great guests.

    • Fri, Oct 22, 2021 - 09:36pm   (Reply to #4)

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      Spot: the Covid sniffing robot

    Cynic, I thought you were joking… had to look that up.

    Chuck, LOL point taken.

     

    • Fri, Oct 22, 2021 - 03:48pm

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      The Cathedral

    I should emphasize he now uses “the cathedral,” all lowercase 😉

    • Fri, Oct 22, 2021 - 03:31pm

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      more mandates…. now forced flu shots

    I’ve had my own vaccine issues when I got the usual rounds when I was young. I developed seizures and later was diagnosed with dyskinesia. I have no direct proof that it was from vaccination, but I know the vaccines weren’t necessary.

    I never thought much of it was younger, and I never thought I’d be the guy to say this, but I’m increasingly skeptical now of all vaccines.

    Saying that those kids were given the Covid shot instead of a flu shot sounds paranoid. Yet… it happened. Overall, I trust the people giving the shots even less, not out of suspicion for them being malicious, but because they are less informed.

     

     

    Oh, I definitely agree with that. This idea was originally thought of in 2008, but even then there was a central bind. On the other hand, it also permeates through our culture in a way where people become indoctrinated and spread it without realizing they are a part of something structurally influenced. This leads me back in my mind to cognitive warfare. Human nature run wild will do these sorts of things, but over time it’s been observed, structured, and enhanced.

    • Sat, Oct 16, 2021 - 11:01pm   (Reply to #8)

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      The risks of China taking over Taiwan

    Hohot,

    I think we’re looking at it the wrong way. We are already in a real war, (imo) it began with Covid as a bioweapon, and psychological tactics. China is ahead in the sense that they are fighting smarter. They have strong footing in our government and corporations, and by extension of that, the west, and this affects Taiwan (think cognitive warfare and sock puppets). They are using covid to their advantage and weakening the west by focusing and preparing for continued supply chain intervention.

    If/when china moves in, I don’t think there will be as much fighting as a simple takeover using “Build Back Better” leverage and supply chokepoints, and it won’t be as much China alone, but the overall regime. China isn’t strong enough on their own for a direct fight. Their country is breaking in half.

    When it comes to invading countries, I think it’s much more likely they will continue and move in on Afghanistan and the middle east, and through africa, weaker areas with less protection by world powers.

    Maybe china will attack Taiwan tomorrow, but I don’t see this happening unless there is a major distraction underway for the west. On the other side of things, they already have major influence in western politics and corporate power. I just don’t think it’s going to be that direct with major army and navy conflict when they have the ability to shift things using political power, chemical and biological weapons, and psychological attacks.

    I don’t think we’re there yet. Things have to get weakened more, and China has to be able to withstand their own threats as well. They are a crafty people, no doubt.

    • Sat, Oct 16, 2021 - 03:42pm

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      The risks of China taking over Taiwan

    I don’t know a lot here, and on one hand, I see your point. On the other, I’m skeptical of China’s non-passive military power.

    China has a weak military and is dealing with a lot of inner conflict. The only way they could take Taiwan is if the US allowed them. Stopping China would be as easy as stepping aside and letting Japan. China has certain advantages, but people vastly overestimate their military, and they would have to deal with the repercussion’s.

    • Fri, Oct 15, 2021 - 10:40am

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      Reply To: again. the virus does not exist.

    I dont want to contribute to the disinformation here. I would like to point out one thing that I don’t understand.

    Buried deep in the document, in a section titled, “Performance Characteristics,” we have this: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV [SARS-CoV-2] are currently available, assays [diagnostic tests] designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”

    Why is it that the virus hasn’t been isolated? Is this true, because I’ve heard it multiple times. If someone can explain this I think it might help clear up a piece of confusion.

    • Thu, Oct 14, 2021 - 10:55pm

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      Where should I go?

    I’m in Washington also, thinking about the same thing. Montana is another option if you don’t mind the cold winters. I think texas or florida are the best in terms of how their states are ran and their economies. There will also be a lot of people migrating there this year. Never been to Missouri

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