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Saw-whet 44 posts, incept 2021-08-11
2023-01-20 13:51:59

Speaking of vaccine trials, a long article that exposes some very shady practices:
Metalqueen 242 posts, incept 2021-09-10
2023-01-20 14:06:54


It may be pure smiley but I have had a theory (not original to me) that Jonestown was a trial run at a mass compliance experiment and that Jim Jones was a CIA asset. Information that has been withheld from the public TO THIS DAY is how many voluntarily drank the poison vs. how many were forcibly injected or just shot for non-compliance. And the timing with the visit and subsequent assassination of Representative Leo Ryan (sadly forgotten, and maybe the last semi-decent politician to come out of the SF bay area) does not strike me as a coincidence. I suspect the lid was about to be blown off the whole thing.

That does NOT mean that I regard Event COVID as a planned genocide. The experiment of Jonestown was about COMPLIANCE and how far some people will go up to and including their own willing demise. The Branch Covidians have shown how all too willing the sheep can be.

Darby 4 posts, incept 2022-04-16
2023-01-20 14:13:15

Thudden Death. Love it. May God have mercy on my black little soul.
Mrbobo 107 posts, incept 2021-12-01
2023-01-20 14:13:29

@Bluto, I see what you did there smiley.
Plenty of employers weren't too worried about creating (or harming) protected classes when adhering to the "mandates" even sans federal imprimatur. I think like everywhere the dipshitedness runs rampant with general counsels and plaintiff lawyers too. Almost all employers of size require some annual perfunctory training , think FCPA, sexual harassment, and so on. Especially in recent years with a focus on the feelings and privacy of the LBQGTQAAIP. All of these I had assumed was to shield them from litigation of exactly this sort. I am supremely pessimistic when it comes to anyone getting substantially pounded in the ass, via the courts.
Shadowmask 4k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-01-20 14:16:24

@radiosity there's plenty of food in the western world. Prices might be up, but the shelves are mostly stocked and the aisles are full of people waddling.

I don't keep up with how things are in the third world, is that what you are referring to?

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Whitehat 11k posts, incept 2017-06-27
2023-01-20 14:29:16

@Merkinmuffley & @Radiosity -- Mengele was not merely a Narcissist. He was also a Psychopath. IMO Psychopathic Narcissists are born not made with their early youth cementing the condition. There are two schools of thought as to whether the conditions can exist independently of each other or whether there is a requirement for Narcissism to be present for one to also have Psychopathy. It is agreed that the comorbid condition exists and cannot be mitigated.

These are highly dangerous people as they are both self-aware Narcissists (extremely rare), high intelligence and creativity and in possession of drives outside of normal human desires. They do not just do horrific things as most humans can be driven to do for a variety of understandable reasons. They WANT to do sicko and deviant and destructive and horrifically evil things OUT-OF-THE-BOX without prompting. Given that they are self-aware, their lives are about hiding this from others and the greater society. They are a major threat to you if they perceive that you have figured them out as you represent both an existential threat to their outward image and actual threat to their freedom to move about in society.

And BTW, they do not have any fear which regular Narcissists do have in spades.

Fearless and the drives described above. They are a big problem and represent leaders in many of our society's problems. Some of them have sicko drives beyond the standard serial killer type and find better ways to serve their desires.

For example Stalin was one, as was Ted Bundy. Each liked to do different evil, with differing talents and access to means. However, they both DID.

smiley Je souhaite

Quod tu es, ego fui, quod ego sum, tu eris
Metalqueen 242 posts, incept 2021-09-10
2023-01-20 14:30:28


I will also add that the rabbit hole on Jonestown and the ties to SF politics runs very deep. The assassination of George Moscone/Harvey Milk in the aftermath was extremely unlikely to be unrelated, and that the assassin Dan White "committed suicide" shortly after being released from prison deepens said rabbit hole (some of this is not even TIN).

Plus all of this paves the way for the Diane Feinstein/Willie Brown/Kamala Harris SF political mafia, which is a whole other story...smiley
Lrs 648 posts, incept 2009-02-04
2023-01-20 14:30:35

...and the aisles are full of people waddling.

Such a TRUE statement!
I'm long retired and I do some part-time work at a grocery store. I would guess that over 50% of the people I see there are way, way overweight and T2 die-beetus volunteers.

I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.
Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Madison, 30 Jan. 1787
Radiosity 1k posts, incept 2009-03-05
2023-01-20 14:39:25

@Shadowmask - When the third world (you know, all those amazing brown people?) start whining and dying, who do you think our governments will prioritise, given who they've prioritised up till now?

I won't be even remotely surprised at seeing food grown here sent off to feed them while our own people starve.

Also, you should bear in mind that while it 'seems' like there's plenty of food, that can turn quickly, especially when assholes like the WEF are forcing, via government fiat, farms to be closed (see: Denmark, 12k farms 4k of those are being forcibly closed without good reason, as just one example). Denmark just so happens to be a massive exporter of food as well.

So long, and thanks for all the fish.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-20 14:39:55

@Radiosity perhaps over there, but here, well, it has a decent probability of being a wee bit different.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Merkinmuffley 85 posts, incept 2021-09-10
2023-01-20 14:46:22

That just adds to my contention that greed is not the only, or even primary at this point, motivating factor in the covid response and jab advocacy. To quote Arthur Conan Doyle, "Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth." From my position in the cheap seats, it's impossible that greed was the primary motivating factor for the reasons I outlined previously. Again I want to reiterate, because I don't want this to be seen as an endorsement or promotion of tinfoil, that this does not mean that this was therefore a "depopulation" operation.
Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-20 14:46:35

That "long covid" garbage has been reanalyzed and, when done so, found to be junk in that the controls had an equal or higher rate of similar complaints.

Well, I am mystified. I am just one person, and anecdote is not evidence, but all I can say is that before Covid, I had never in my life met anyone who COMPLETELY LOST all sense of taste and smell for months on end. Since Covid hit the scene, I have known several such people.

Dr. Pierre Kory and his network are not fools, and they have developed and are reporting many successes with their long Covid treatment protocol.

Dr. Kory is not the type of person to just imagine things, nor to promote lies.

I would describe you the same way, and I have a high degree of trust in you in these matters. But apparently you and Dr. Kory don't align on this matter of long Covid.

Maybe I'm missing something here.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-20 14:48:47

C'mon @Heartlander, 80%? That's what he claims on that page you linked.

If you believe that you're crazy.

Since he has to know that's bullshit (that would basically EVERYONE who got Covid) that calls into question "what happened to this guy" and, that's bad because you must then presume that whatever happened has polluted everything from that point forward.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Saw-whet 44 posts, incept 2021-08-11
2023-01-20 16:06:21

A link related to the other one I posed in the previous post. It mainly looks at the "trials" used in the Human Papaloma Virus vaccine and the AZT fiasco.
Saw-whet 44 posts, incept 2021-08-11
2023-01-20 16:06:43

An interesting article as several commenters have discussed cases of Aortic Aneurysms.

Fr: om Gateway Pundit:

Robert Hamilton, the chief operating officer of Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., Minnesotas twin cities largest law firm, died suddenly last week, the firm announced.

Fredrikson is saddened to announce the unexpected death of Robert J. Hamilton, its chief operating officer, on January 15, 2023, according to the firms news release.

According to his obituary, Robert Hamilton passed away suddenly on Jan. 15, 2023, at age 65 from a ruptured aortic aneurysm.

According to CDC, an aortic aneurysm is a balloon-like bulge in the aorta, the large artery that carries blood from the heart through the chest and torso. The aneurysm can burst completely, causing bleeding inside the body. This is called a rupture.

FWIW - The picture in the article shows a relatively fit individual and evryone who passes on due to some event is not necessarily clot shot related.
Shadowmask 4k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-01-20 16:06:47

More like 80% whiners/fakers and 20% with legit symptoms that last over a month.

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Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-20 16:06:55


Well, the squishy part is "prolonged," how does one define that? If you include effects that lasted at least 3 weeks after recovering well enough to go back to work, I could see that being 80 percent of people. Also, bear in mind that not everyone experiences ALL of those possible symptoms. Kory is counting people who had even one of the symptoms listed. Some will have symptoms minor enough to just be a nuisance, while others have their lives turned upside down with disability.

The matter also gets muddied because of the idiotic testing circus. Who actually had Covid illness, and who just "tested positive"?

Some 25-30% of people who actually get Covid illness experience hair loss starting 2 to 3 months after recovery. That happened to me and several friends. (That was my "beret phase.") That, too, counts as "long Covid."

Just saying, any disagreement here may be coming from fuzzily defined parameters.
Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-20 16:07:46

The clot shots and boosters are mostly harming the Vazis, communists, and other leftists.

That's not what I see. Millions of solid, conservative, Christian people got played with the "for the good of others" line; they were told that Christian charity involved getting vaxxed. Millions more had been TRAUMATIZED by the isolation, antisocial distancing, face-covering, and lockdowns -- so traumatized that the promise of "getting back to normal life" seemed like something you'd be crazy to reject.

Sorry, but there were millions of good conservative people who were overwhelmed with their daily lives, busy with children and parents and jobs and schools and communities, and, like Trump, they just don't know diddly-squat about biology and the scientific research process.

Plenty of non-leftists got victimized by this murderous scam.
Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-20 16:07:53

and many, many others here...

I simply cannot visualize a Sri Lanka uprising type scenario of retribution EVER taking place in the United States of America. Americans have shown themselves to be the most supremely apathetic population in the world. Even CANADA, for crying out loud, was rising up a year ago at this time. Remember how many thousands of people turned out along highways in subzero weather for thousands of miles? Remember how those truckers SHUT DOWN the national capital?

Have you seen ANYTHING remotely like that in the U.S. since the anti-Vietnam war movement, FIVE DECADES AGO??

I mean, I hope you guys are right. But it looks to me like Americans will put up with anything. "Yeah, whatever" or "It is what it is" are the universal responses to everything, no matter how outrageous.

Oh, the inner cities will explode and burn, sure, but that's not the same thing as the widespread, grassroots, purposeful, political RESISTANCE we saw in Canada last year.

Edit to add: And the usual inner-city burn-and-loot rampages primarily victimize people who are struggling economically themselves! That is nothing like the Sri Lanka uprising, where the masses went after the rich, powerful motherfuckers who were actually responsible for people's suffering.

Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-20 16:09:10

@Heartlander again anyone can ruin their credibility instantly with just one time they run a load of trivially-provable bullshit. That 80% claim is a trivially-provable load of bullshit; literally almost EVERYONE who has ever "tested positive" for Covid would have had these "lingering" problems to some decription.

That's flat-out bullshit and you know it.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Johndoe 10 posts, incept 2022-12-08
2023-01-20 17:36:01

One of the dating sites added a "vaxxinated" badge feature. Shortly after doing so, I'd say about 80% of the women displayed one of their profile. Now, that number is less than 50%. Since you can't get "unvaxxed", I'd say that is another sign of the turning narrative.

I tried four dating apps last year and three had COVID-19 badges. The badges all vanished until the summer I think. Profiles where people advertise their shot COVID-19 shot status have become an extreme rarity (they might be from users who stopped using the app but did not delete their accounts). People just would not date you, not meet you, or even berate you.

Also, I see a new business opportunity: Someone could start a new dating service for truebloods, as I can attest that it's a nightmare out there trying to date; with the numbers of vaxholes out there. I won't date a vaxxed woman, because I don't want to waste my time with them only to watch them go THUD in the near future.

Go thud, have no babies, have sick babies, or have her rant about laws forbidding abortion and how it is "her choice, her body" only to cave in on experimental gene therapy.
Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-20 17:36:09

That's flat-out bullshit and you know it.

Well, actually, I don't know that.

But I don't want to argue with you. We just disagree on this.
Thegreatunwashed 274 posts, incept 2021-09-13
2023-01-20 17:36:18

Heartlander, I at least half-agree with what you are saying. Not regarding Kory, but that something that might described as 'long Covid' is an actual thing. The problem proving it, I think, is that the symptoms are somewhat like shotgun pellets, they are scattered and varied. But the long-term loss of smell is something I have heard from many people. As this virus was almost certainly a lab created (or amended) virus, we should not assume it will behave like naturally occurring ones.

I will have NO survivor's guilt, except a bit of shame for all my Schadenfreude.
Tritumi 1k posts, incept 2008-11-29
2023-01-20 17:36:34

@Radiosity, yes, the locales going first into the fire pit will vary by resources in stock for near term cycles. The USA is not immune as has already been proven on even the most simple symbolic trigger events, (eg Floyd). I follow the NextDoor postings for Long Beach, CA and the level of crime is already completely normalized. The snowflakes lamenting would be amusing were it not so pathetic.
Jaytheblues 27 posts, incept 2010-01-15
2023-01-20 17:47:07



Heartlander, I at least half-agree with what you are saying. Not regarding Kory, but that something that might described as 'long Covid' is an actual thing. The problem proving it, I think, is that the symptoms are somewhat like shotgun pellets, they are scattered and varied. But the long-term loss of smell is something I have heard from many people. As this virus was almost certainly a lab created (or amended) virus, we should not assume it will behave like naturally occurring ones.

I had Covid Nov '21, very mild case, just some aches and pains.. however I lost my sense of taste for a week or so. It came back and everything was normal. Sometime in March '22 I lost partial sense of smell.. anything solvent based was off.. gasoline, diesel fuel. Peanut butter and peaches were gross. It seems to be slowly getting better.
I have no idea what could have caused it.. possibly being exposed to covid again? Nobody else I know who had covid (20+ people) have this.

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