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100 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated—But The Pandemic Might Continue (F.)
Decline In US Covid Vaccinations:, But How To Shrink Operations? (G.)
There Are THREE Studies; All Showing Serious Harms (Denninger)
Covid-19: Discrepancy Between ‘Cases’ And ‘Illness’ (P&L)
Factories Around The World Stand Ready To Manufacture Covid-19 Vaccines (IC)
Fake Covid-19 Vaccination Record Cards Are A Growing Problem, Says FBI (F.)
Powerful Teachers Union Influenced CDC On School Reopenings (NYP)
This Inflation Will Play Out Differently From Anything Before It (Peters)
NYT, Wapo, NBC Retract Reports About Giuliani’s Contact With FBI (Hill)
Court: EPA Delay “Exposed A Generation Of US Children” To Chlorpyrifos (IC)

 

 

The vaccination rollout is becoming tiresome, because it breaks too many laws to keep track of. There’s the Nuremberg code, and the Helsinki Declaration, and Unesco’s Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights. They all say the same thing: people can not be coerced, let alone mandated, into being part of a medical experiment. It’s highly illegal. Yet that is what’s happening with the so-called vaccines. And no, it’s not about the level of risk involved, it’s simply illegal. These codes and declarations were written to counter the acts of totalitarian regimes, remember that.

People can not be threatened with restrictions of any kind involving travel, or work, or anything else, if they don’t comply. They must be informed fully about the dangers inherent in the experiment, and only then perhaps agree to participate in the experiment. It’s called informed consent. Which of course precludes the participation of children in such an experiment, because they can’t be expected to fully understand the information offered, even if it is offered. But we are still talking about vaccinating children. It’s astonishing.

“The Nuremberg Code requires an individual’s informed consent before receiving experimental medical interventions. And that principle is in the 1964 Helsinki Declaration, which has been codified at Federal and State level in the USA [and many other countries].”

 

 

I agree with Nancy
https://twitter.com/i/status/1388639742674227201

 

 

Gottlieb kids vaccinations

 

 

Leigh Dundas: How an attorney stopped children being vaccinated

 

 

 

How many of the 100 million were jabbed after giving their informed consent?

100 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated—But The Pandemic Might Continue (F.)

More than 100 million Americans have now been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, according to the CDC—a major milestone for the U.S. that comes well ahead of schedule—but a sudden dropoff in the vaccination rate could mean a large number of people may not ever get the vaccination, making it impossible to eradicate the virus. Around 55% of U.S. adults have now received at least one shot, meaning the number of fully vaccinated will continue to steadily rise as second doses are administered. After an initial rush for shots, vaccine demand has waned—even though all U.S. adults are now eligible to receive a Covid vaccine. The 7-day rolling average for shots administered in the U.S. has dropped below 2.5 million, according to the CDC—down significantly from a high of more than 3.2 million on April 11.

47.7%. That’s the percentage of Americans who are still unvaccinated that said they’re likely to get a shot, according to the latest Household Pulse Survey from the Census Bureau. States and localities are moving ahead with easing restrictions and lifting mask mandates, despite warnings from federal health officials that it is far too early to do so. Officials like Dr. Anthony Fauci have especially emphasized mask wearing and social distancing need to continue while indoors, as contagious new variants keep spreading. President Joe Biden initially set a goal of having 100 million shots in Americans’ arms by his 100th day in office, but the U.S. blew by that mark—more than doubling it.

Over 237 million shots have now been administered, with “fully vaccinated” being defined as two weeks after someone receives a second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna or the single-dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. With around 30% of the population fully vaccinated, the U.S. is ahead of most other major countries in terms of vaccinations, such as the U.K. (21% fully vaccinated) and France (10% fully vaccinated). Only a handful of countries are ahead, like Israel (56%) and Chile (34%). But health experts have repeatedly emphasized widespread vaccinations are the only way to end the pandemic because it will create a level of herd immunity that will end Covid’s ability to spread widely.

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“Reaching the final percentage of herd immunity,” believed to be at least 70% of all adults, “is going to be dependent on outreach and addressing any vaccine hesitancy..”

Decline In US Covid Vaccinations:, But How To Shrink Operations? (G.)

A decline in daily Covid-19 vaccination rates has left US public health authorities with a new problem – how to effectively shrink operations. In the campaign to immunize all American adults against the coronavirus, most of the difficulties to date have involved overwhelming demand and restricted supply. Now, with less than one-third of Americans fully vaccinated, local public health authorities described a sense of whiplash as they pivot from mass vaccination clinics to outreach campaigns, all within a couple of weeks. “We knew that when folks became eligible the vaccine-ready folks, or eager, [would] come out right away,” said Mary Jo Brogna, director of nursing at Harbor Health Services, which runs a community clinic in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

“Reaching the final percentage of herd immunity,” believed to be at least 70% of all adults, “is going to be dependent on outreach and addressing any vaccine hesitancy,” said Brogna. For most of 2021, the story of the vaccine campaign has been overwhelming demand. Emergency authorities took over stadiums, big-box stores and community centers staffed with dozens of nurses and volunteers to inoculate thousands of people per day. But in the last two weeks daily vaccination rates in the US have peaked and declined from a high of 3.2m daily vaccine administrations per day to 2.5m. Now, health authorities nationally are experiencing what red states such as Mississippi and Wyoming began to see early signs of – a major slowdown.

“Across the country we started out with mass clinics and those mass clinics worked very well for the older individuals,” said Gary Edwards, executive director of the Salt Lake County health department in Utah. However, he said, “we’ve reached a point, and it’s been very interesting how quick that happened, that the mass-clinic model is not reaching the segment of the population we’re trying to reach,” said Edwards. The phenomenon is repeated across the country. Local authorities in Los Angeles, California; Colorado; Florida; Nevada and Texas are poised to close mass vaccination sites by the end of May.

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”That wild reaction your body mounts when you get said shot is “your immune system” all right — it is trying to fight off the intentionally introduced harm you foolishly took.”

There Are THREE Studies; All Showing Serious Harms (Denninger)

As it turns out there is not just one study, or even two documenting that the “S” (spike) protein from Covid causes damage. There are now at least three with one dating back in preprint to the first week of December 2020. We start our damning review of the science here, showing direct harms from the spike protein, and which from the date proves that said direct harm was known before the first shot went into the first arm and yet was not considered by the FDA nor discussed in the media. “We show here that S protein alone can damage vascular endothelial cells (ECs) in vitro and in vivo, manifested by impaired mitochondrial function, decreased ACE2 expression and eNOS activity, and increased glycolysis. The underlying mechanism involves S protein downregulation of AMPK and upregulation of MDM2, causing ACE2 destabilization. Thus, the S protein-exerted vascular endothelial damage via ACE2 downregulation overrides the decreased virus infectivity.”

Endothelial cells line every single blood-transporting element of the body and are essential for them. Intentionally producing them via injecting a substance into the muscle, which is highly vascularized and thus results in immediate transport through the body, is thus expected to cause serious and immediate harm. That wild reaction your body mounts when you get said shot is “your immune system” all right — it is trying to fight off the intentionally introduced harm you foolishly took. Some of this damage may be permanent and involve both the lungs and heart, along with the brain and other organs. Oh, and in case you’re wondering while endothelial cells are replaced they have a quite-long lifetime; the average is more than a year so the risk involved here does not rapidly dissipate.

Again, this was known on December 4th of 2020 or before virtually anyone had received a single shot. Not one mention of it was made in the major media nor has our criminal government at all levels, federal state and local, said one word about this paper. On March 8th this paper posted: “One of the most important pathologies, is hypercoagulation and microclots in the lungs of patients. Here we study the effect of isolated SARS-CoV-2 spike protein S1 subunit as potential inflammagen sui generis. Using scanning electron and fluorescence microscopy as well as mass spectrometry, we investigate the potential of this inflammagen to interact with platelets and fibrin(ogen) directly to cause blood hypercoagulation. Using platelet poor plasma (PPP), we show that spike protein may interfere with blood flow.”

In other words the spike protein alone causes blood clotting. Yet we still have the FDA, CDC, Fauci along with the pieces of crap at places like VUMC and myriad other locations including colleges claiming “there is no evidence of serious risk of these events from the vaccines” and some have said they’re going to mandate that college students intentionally be injected with a substance that causes blood clotting in the lungs and elsewhere — now conclusively demonstrated by scientific study. In other words to attend their event or institution you must risk serious and permanent injury or DEATH by a known-dangerous injection despite the fact that for most young people, and in fact most healthy people, Covid-19 never becomes a systemic infection at all.

We know this because on March 6th a study published showing that of professional athletes who had confirmed Covid-19 and recovered: “Findings In this cross-sectional study of RTP cardiac testing performed on 789 professional athletes with COVID-19 infection, imaging evidence of inflammatory heart disease that resulted in restriction from play was identified in 5 athletes (0.6%). No adverse cardiac events occurred in the athletes who underwent cardiac screening and resumed professional sport participation. In other words by natural infection among healthy people it is very rare for there to be systemic involvement. But among those who take said shots 100% of them have systemic involvement intentionally because unlike an infection that starts in the upper respiratory tract an injection deliberately and systemically involves the entire body.

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“I’ve still yet to see any better evidence that the (vast) majority of ‘cases’ (i.e. positive PCR test results) since the summer of 2020 have been false positives.”

Covid-19: Discrepancy Between ‘Cases’ And ‘Illness’ (P&L)

It’s been a while since we last highlighted the difference between Covid-19 ‘case’ numbers (and by extension this means also hospitalisation numbers and death numbers) and actual Covid-19 illness. The NHS pathways coronavirus triages website (see https://digital.nhs.uk/dashboards/nhs-pathways) provides an accurate representation of actual illness due to Covid-19 as it combines all 999, 111, online and ambulance calls relating to Covid-19 triages. Previous articles make clear what the caveats are. The triage data confirms the real pandemic of spring 2020. I’ve still yet to see any better evidence that the (vast) majority of ‘cases’ (i.e. positive PCR test results) since the summer of 2020 have been false positives.

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But Pfizer’s bottom line!

Factories Around The World Stand Ready To Manufacture Covid-19 Vaccines (IC)

The Drug Industry has strenuously argued that any legal proposal to allow the sharing of intellectual property and creation of generic coronavirus vaccines is pointless because there are no facilities around the world that can be tapped. Thomas Cueni, the president of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations, said that sharing IP “wouldn’t give us the tools to produce more doses of vaccines.” Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist whose foundations help manage the United States and Europe’s primary Covid-19 outreach efforts to the developing world, known as Covax, was even more blunt. “It’s not like there’s some idle vaccine factory, with regulatory approval, that makes magically safe vaccines,” Gates said last weekend by way of explaining to Sky News why he thought the recipe for making coronavirus vaccine should not be shared.

Except it is exactly like that. Factory owners around the globe, from Bangladesh to Canada, have said they stand ready to retrofit facilities and move forward with vaccine production if given the chance. “We have this production capacity and it’s not being used,” said John Fulton, a spokesperson for Biolyse Pharma, a company based in St. Catharines, Ontario, that produces injectable cancer treatments. Fulton noted that Biolyse has spent years buying equipment to produce biologics and is uniquely prepared to start getting ready to produce vaccines. The company, which Fulton said is best suited for replicating the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, could produce as many as 20 million vaccines per year, he estimated.

Abdul Muktadir, chair and managing director of Incepta, a pharmaceutical firm based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, has told reporters that his firm has the capacity to fill vials for 600 million to 800 million doses of vaccine per year. He has reportedly reached out to Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Novavax. “Now is the time to use every single opportunity in every single corner of the world,” Muktadir told the Washington Post. “These companies should make deals with as many countries as possible.” Other firms in South Korea and Pakistan have also reportedly expressed an interest in producing vaccines or vaccine components.

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Unintended pun by the author:

“When the FBI gets involved, you know that the words “breaking the law” or “oh bleep” may not be too far away. “

Fake Covid-19 Vaccination Record Cards Are A Growing Problem, Says FBI (F.)

“Fake it till you make it” can be very questionable advice. “Fake a Covid-19 vaccination card because you can’t make a vaccination appointment” can be even worse. As I have covered previously for Forbes, a Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card is currently the only real proof that you’ve received the Covid-19 vaccine. In order to get a real version of this cardboard paper card, you have to, you know, actually get the Covid-19 vaccine. So when schools, businesses, and other organizations want to determine who’s really been vaccinated, all they have to do is check for people’s vaccination record cards, because no one lies and cheats in our society, correct?

Well, as you’ve probably seen, for every rule, requirement, or standard, there’s no shortage of people who are willing to break it. Whether it’s resumes, college applications, Avengers membership cards, or pretty much anything else, you’ll find at least some people trying to fake it. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to hear that people have been circulating instructions and means to create fake Covid-19 Vaccination Record Cards. Kevin Collier and Ben Collins reported for NBC News that such instructions and templates have appeared on “pro-Trump forums, like TheDonald.win, which was rebranded to Patriots.Win”, “the extremist forum 4chan”, and “QAnon forums.” Joseph Cox wrote an article for Vice entitled, “I Bought a Fake Covid-19 Vaccine Card on Etsy,” because that’s essentially what he was able to do pretty easily.

The Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) and the FBI have noticed that such cards have been “advertised on social media websites, as well as e-commerce platforms and blogs,” and issued a stern warning about them: “If you did not receive the vaccine, do not buy fake vaccine cards, do not make your own vaccine cards, and do not fill-in blank vaccination record cards with false information.” In this case, FBI stands for Federal Bureau of Investigation and not Fun Bits Interactive or Fungi, Bacteria, and Insects. When the FBI gets involved, you know that the words “breaking the law” or “oh bleep” may not be too far away.

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Politics 101.

Powerful Teachers Union Influenced CDC On School Reopenings (NYP)

The American Federation of Teachers lobbied the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on, and even suggested language for, the federal agency’s school-reopening guidance released in February. The powerful teachers union’s full-court press preceded the federal agency putting the brakes on a full re-opening of in-person classrooms, emails between top CDC, AFT and White House officials show. The emails were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by the conservative watchdog group Americans for Public Trust and provided to The Post. The documents show a flurry of activity between CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, her top advisors and union officials — with Biden brass being looped in at the White House — in the days before the highly-anticipated Feb. 12 announcement on school-reopening guidelines.

“Thank you again for Friday’s rich discussion about forthcoming CDC guidance and for your openness to the suggestions made by our president, Randi Weingarten, and the AFT,” wrote AFT senior director for health issues Kelly Trautner in a Feb 1 email — which described the union as the CDC’s “thought partner.” “We were able to review a copy of the draft guidance document over the weekend and were able to provide some initial feedback to several staff this morning about possible ways to strengthen the document,” Trautner continued. “… We believe our experiences on the ground can inform and enrich thinking around what is practicable and prudent in future guidance documents.”

[..] “We are immensely grateful for your genuine desire to earn our confidence and your committment to partnership,” Trautner said in another email to Walensky on Feb 3. Emails show a call between Walensky and Weingarten — the former boss of New York City’s United Federation of Teachers — was arranged for Feb 7. The lobbying paid off. In at least two instances, language “suggestions” offered by the union were adopted nearly verbatim into the final text of the CDC document. With the CDC preparing to write that schools could provide in-person instruction regardless of community spread of the virus, Trautner argued for the inclusion of a line reading “In the event of high community-transmission results from a new variant of SARS-CoV-2, a new update of these guidelines may be necessary.” That language appeared on page 22 of the final CDC guidance.

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“..all of us will begin to increasingly wonder, whether digital assets, which have no real history, no anchors, are the first to provide a glimpse of what lays beyond the horizon.”

This Inflation Will Play Out Differently From Anything Before It (Peters)

There are more differences between the 1970s and the 2020s than there are similarities. Demographics, technology, global trade, union membership, consumption patterns, environmental stresses, geopolitics, and domestic politics are all different. There are substantial similarities too. But one thing is identical – this planet remains inhabited by humans. And we never change. We despise iniquity. When Biden entered politics in 1973, the rich/poor divide in America had halved since the late 1920s high. It has since doubled. Returning to those highs. How this inflation plays out will be different from anything that has come before it. It is always so. Naturally, some aspects will resemble the past. This inflation will inevitably be volatile, such periods of price changes typically are. And in the early stages, nearly everyone will persuade themselves that it is transitory.

In the late stages, those same people will conclude that it is permanent. Throughout the process, each of us, individually, will see what we want to see, hear what we want to hear, and believe what we want to believe. Those things are always true, perhaps now more than ever. We will also find the period ahead deeply unsettling. Change is hard to process. And more things are changing now than at any time in our lives – such is today’s utterly unprecedented pace of innovation and disruption. In such a state, it is natural to cling to our anchors:

• Our policymakers will point to the inflation metrics that they themselves have engineered in such a way to ensure stability, even if they long ago diverged from reality.
• Bond investors will look to the spreads between overnight rates and two-year bonds, five-year, ten, thirty. And despite the reality that the government has run 15% deficits for two years, funded by the Fed which simply creates the money, they will cling to the anchors that have governed the well-behaved yield curve for the course of their careers.
• Equity investors will hold tight to the relationships that anchor their value relative to bonds.
• Not a solitary investor in the mainstream will be prepared to deviate from the benchmarks to which they have anchored their careers.
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And yet, all of us will begin to increasingly wonder, whether digital assets, which have no real history, no anchors, are the first to provide a glimpse of what lays beyond the horizon.

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They can say what they want. And so they do.

NYT, Wapo, NBC Retract Reports About Giuliani’s Contact With FBI (Hill)

The New York Times, The Washington Post and NBC News walked back their reporting about the FBI’s communication with President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani regarding Russia. The Washington Post was the first to report on Thursday that Giuliani was warned that he was the target of a Russian influence campaign last year. The newspaper, citing people familiar with the matter, also reported that One America News Network (OANN) was given a similar warning. But the Post issued a correction on Saturday saying it had removed assertions that Giuliani and OANN had received such warnings. “An earlier version of this story, published Thursday, incorrectly reported that One America News was warned by the FBI that it was the target of a Russian influence operation,” the correction reads.

“That version also said the FBI had provided a similar warning to Rudolph W. Giuliani, which he has since disputed. This version has been corrected to remove assertions that OAN and Giuliani received the warnings,” the paper said. A spokesperson for the Post had no additional comment when reached by CNN. The New York Times similarly reported on the FBI’s contact with Giuliani. The subject of the Times article was the FBI’s investigation into Giuliani, and it stated that the firing of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch was at the center of the probe. The Times had written that Giuliani had received a “formal warning” from the FBI about Russian disinformation. The newspaper ran a correction on Saturday saying Giuliani had not received a “so-called defensive briefing.”

“An earlier version of this article misstated whether Rudolph W. Giuliani received a formal warning from the F.B.I. about Russian disinformation. Mr. Giuliani did not receive such a so-called defensive briefing,” the newspaper said. NBC, which also reported that Giuliani received a defensive briefing about the Russian influence operation in 2019, ran a correction Saturday afternoon saying the FBI only prepared a briefing. The correction came after a source said the briefing wasn’t given because of concerns that it could complicate the investigation into Giuliani.

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“After 14 years of legal battles..!!”

Court: EPA Delay “Exposed A Generation Of US Children” To Chlorpyrifos (IC)

After 14 years of legal battles, a federal court ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to take actions that will likely force the neurotoxic pesticide chlorpyrifos off the market. The federal agency has for years been considering mounting evidence that links the pesticide to brain damage in children — including loss of IQ, learning difficulties, ADHD, and autism — but, as the court acknowledged, has repeatedly delayed taking action. “Rather than ban the pesticide or reduce the tolerances to levels that the EPA could find were reasonably certain to cause no harm, the EPA sought to evade through delay tactics its plain statutory duty,” Judge Jed S. Rakoff wrote in his decision, which was released today by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

“During that time, the EPA’s egregious delay exposed a generation of American children to unsafe levels of chlorpyrifos,” he wrote, and ordered the EPA to issue a final regulation within 60 days. While Rakoff stopped short of requiring the EPA to immediately ban the pesticide, he gave the agency little choice in how to respond. “The EPA’s obligation is clear: it must modify or revoke chlorpyrifos tolerances and modify or cancel chlorpyrifos registrations,” Rakoff wrote in his ruling in the case, which was filed by Earthjustice on behalf of the League of United Latin American Citizens, the Pesticide Action Network, United Farm Workers, and other groups.

The decision marks the culmination of a prolonged and bitter legal battle over one of the most widely used and dangerous pesticides in U.S. agriculture. More than 5 million pounds of chlorpyrifos were applied to crops in 2017, according to the most recent data. Exposure to the pesticide through residue on food and drift near fields where it was applied has wreaked devastation on developing children. According to a team of researchers led by Leonardo Trasande, organophosphate pesticides, of which chlorpyrifos is the most widely used, accounted for an estimated $594 billion in societal costs, including added health care and education, between 2001 and 2016.

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    The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952   • 100 Million Americans Now Fully Vaccinated—But The Pandemic Might Continue (F.) • Decline In US C
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle May 3 2021]

    #74368
    Germ
    Participant

    Make sure you restart your Vit D at the end of summer.
    Here’s the rational:

    ” … head of the Department of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Copenhagen Geisler noted that “When a T cell is exposed to a foreign pathogen, it extends a signalling device or ‘antenna’ known as a vitamin D receptor, with which it searches for vitamin D,”, and if there is an inadequate vitamin D level, “they won’t even begin to mobilize.” ”

    https://www.bmj.com/content/370/bmj.m3563/rr-6

    Check out theVit D supplements these experts are taking themselves!
    https://vitamindforall.org/letter.html

    There you have it !

    #74369
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952

    Given the attrocities committed in Korea, by the U.S,; I don’t know how to see that picture..

    The rest is a very difficult read Ilargi; but thank you for the work you do keeping us informed…
    I hate it, but must keep on keeping on…

    #74370
    zerosum
    Participant

    Pandemic 3 monkeys

    Individuals, will see what they want to see.
    Hear what they want to hear.
    Believe what they want to believe.

    https://vitamindforall.org/letter.html
    Over 200 Scientists & Doctors Call For Increased Vitamin D Use To Combat COVID-19

    Scientific evidence indicates vitamin D reduces infections & deaths

    #74371
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    Madamski and V. Arnold I am going to push you both a bit from yesterday regarding comments on collective activities (by unions or in street demonstrations). Collective actions in whatever form speak to power in the language that power understands. Yes, they are political and, being conducted by humans, are themselves subject to corruption in ALL its forms.
    Did you have the same feeling when you read that 200 doctors signed a letter regarding vitamin D? They could have each individually sent a letter, but they understood that there was power in speaking with a collective voice. I bet my last dollar that, among that group of doctors, there were a few power plays and some ego at play. Even card-carrying anarchists like David Graeber participate in street demonstrations (famous of course for his involvement in Occupy Wall Street).
    Collective action seems to me to be the cleanest dirty shirt…

    #74372
    absolute galore
    Participant

    Tried to post this in yesterday’s comments, but it did not get through. @madamski wrote: Miley Cyrus sucks!

    Gotta disagree! Miley is a rock&roller. She is a great singer of many classics. (I even like some of her original stuff on her latest album, Plastic Hearts). She has covered Paul Simon, Led Zepplin, Pink Floyd, Blondie, Temple of the Dog, Nine Inch Nails, Bob Dylan, Roberta Flack, Metallica, Tom Petty, The Doors, The Cranberries, Joan Jett (she inducted Jett into the R&RHoF) etc. etc. etc. all with passion and sensitivity to the original. Here’s a couple, but there are lots and lots–she’s been doing covers since she was a kid. She is a born entertainer, and you can feel her joy in what she does. Love me some Miley..

    Doll Parts
    Baby I’m in the Mood for You
    Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma
    50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

    Sweet Jane

    #74373
    Topcat
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    Almost all the news seems to boil down to the total corruption and failure of politicians and the legislative branch and than when the judiciary branch is suppose to come in and ‘balance’ i.e. correct the Parliament of Whores, the judges themselves, world wide, turnout to be gutless gold digging pusillanimous psychopaths.

    The way the Covid Plandemic has been handled is a flatout Crime Against Humanity.

    If the courts, worldwide, are shirking their duty to intervene then the only thing left is bloody mob justice, the Jacobinism movement gone global. Heads on pikes.

    Ilargi has lawyer Leigh Dundas up top.

    Well here she is speaking recently at the Tulsi Gathering courtesy of the Health Ranger podcast on Brighteon.

    By the way she is a human rights lawyer for children.

    Interview:

    Leigh Dundas warns covid tyranny “almost a second Holocaust”

    #74374
    Topcat
    Participant

    We need an army of Leigh Dundas and Dr. Reiner Fuellmich

    #74375
    Topcat
    Participant

    Dr. Reiner Fuellmich

    Special Session: International Legal Offensive – Part 2

    The first witness is lawyer from Greece and is translated as he speaks

    #74376
    Dr. D
    Participant

    “How many of the 100 million were jabbed after giving their informed consent?”

    Zero. There’s to research to “inform” them with. Nobody has any idea if it’s safe or not. But the 10 years of studies up to CV said it’s not. That’s why it was to deadly to FDA approve.

    “Reaching the final percentage of herd immunity,”

    They have not the slightest idea what this number is either. Diamond Princess says 80% may always have had antibodies though. So we’ve been “herd” immune all along, fighting the 20%.

    “When the FBI gets involved, you know that the words “breaking the law” or “oh bleep” may not be too far away.”

    You mean because it’s the FBI breaking the law, of course. Doing what they do best.

    “for every rule, requirement, or standard, there’s no shortage of people who are willing to break it.” …In the FBI

    “Whether it’s resumes, college applications, Avengers membership cards, or pretty much anything else, you’ll find at least some people trying to fake it.” …In the FBI forensics labs.

    By the way: they passed (or totally DIDN’T pass a law, in this case) and people broke it. Who knew! When did this people not following the law start??? This must be stopped right away, starting with Chicago, Baltimore, and NY, drug, trafficking, and gun-crime capitals of the world.

    “And yet, all of us will begin to increasingly wonder, whether digital assets, which have no real history, no anchors, are the first to provide a glimpse of what lays beyond the horizon.”

    Yes, when Doge Coin – a literal worthless joke – is better than the US Dollar, you DO have to wonder what is coming. For the nation people would rather hold a Chuck-e-cheez joke token rather than have anything to do with your government or your banks.

    And they’re not wrong: Doge IS actually better, safer, freer, and more secure than the U.S. Your nation is run by clowns. But they’re not funny.

    Guiliani has some hilarity everywhere.

    First: you can tell from the instant posture, CNN is back in the saddle! RussiaRussiaRussia! Trump every day! (Who?) Non-stop 24/7 panic! Walls are closing in!!!

    So…Guiliani was searched based on intel collected without a warrant in 2019 from his iCloud. (Never trust Apple, scammer #2. I’m sure he didn’t, posting only what he wanted to feed them) Somebody want to explain that? Because I think Rudy’s lawyer from SDNY will explain it in excruciating detail.

    Second, he is a lawyer, with attorney-client privilege. Second time they broke this 1,000 year custom.

    Third, they were ordered to “remove all electronic devices.” Now unless you think the mayor of NYC and guy who took down the 5-family mafia (with Trump) is a moron, I’m guessing again he only keeps stuff on site he wants them to have.

    However: when searching they came across Hunter’s laptop, in which case 100% of that hard drive would be entered into the Federal Record. They refused to take it.

    Hold on, pardner, your written orders were to take EVERYTHING. You didn’t take this? Nope. Did you not notice it? No, they noticed it, Rudy pointed it out and ordered them to take it. They refused.

    So you know that this is Hunter’s laptop. A: No. They never looked, didn’t turn it on, left it and ran away.

    Hold on: so the ONE place Rudy held all his Ukrainian treason-fraud was a hard drive sitting inside a laptop he only CLAIMED was Hunter’s? A: That is correct.

    So if you’re a trafficker or drug dealer, you know your next move: EVERY laptop me and the Triad own are “Hunter’s laptop.” He and Hillary’s laptops are the single safest location on earth for all your criminal activities. It’s literally impossible for them to be confiscated or even searched.

    …And all you have to do is SAY it’s his. It doesn’t even actually have to BE his. They’re incapable of turning it on and checking. It probably says “Life Insurance” or something on it.

    I am on this like rice. I can make a bloody fortune with this new encryption method overnight. See my Etsy page for stickers printed “I am Hunter Biden’s Laptop”. $499.99 each. It’s magic! Safety guaranteed.

    Somebody want to ‘splain? Or do we want to continue to be clowns?

    #74380

    Hold on: so the ONE place Rudy held all his Ukrainian treason-fraud was a hard drive sitting inside a laptop he only CLAIMED was Hunter’s? A: That is correct.

    So if you’re a trafficker or drug dealer, you know your next move: EVERY laptop me and the Triad own are “Hunter’s laptop.” He and Hillary’s laptops are the single safest location on earth for all your criminal activities.

    HL

    #74381
    absolute galore
    Participant

    That Roger Moore anecdote is great. Such a thoughtful way to spread a little joy.

    #74382
    phoenixvoice
    Participant

    The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952

    When I saw that photo I thought of the boy who grew into the man. A gentle, conscientious boy. I thought if my own 14 year old son, as he sat petting a cat on his lap a few weeks back, carefully picking up a baby chick, gently reminding me of something that had slipped my mind.

    And here is this other boy just grown, in Korea as a soldier, drafted and sent to kill “the enemy” when he should be attending college, getting a job, flirting with a woman. He wasn’t raised to kill — he was raised to be strong and be compassionate to the weak. He is a soldier — but interact with a kitten and we see who he is, deep down.

    #74383
    Noirette
    Participant

    Adverse Effects of Cov-Vaxes, UK. (as it has at least some nos.)

    The lack of tracking, the confusion, and ‘dirty’ reporting, summarizing, and media take-up is an ABSOLUTE scandal.

    Attempting a rough estimate. /all dates 2021/

    Lancet, April 27. Vaccine side-effects and SARS-CoV-2 infection after vaccination in users of the COVID Symptom Study app in the UK: a prospective observational study.

    (…) quote:

    Systemic side-effects were reported by 13·5% (38 155 of 282 103) of individuals after the first dose of BNT162b2, by 22·0% (6216 of 28 207) after the second dose of BNT162b2, and by 33·7% (116 473 of 345 280) after the first dose of ChAdOx1 nCoV-19. Local side-effects were reported by 71·9% (150 023 of 208 767) of individuals after the first dose of BNT162b2, by 68·5% (9025 of 13 179) after the second dose of BNT162b2, and by 58·7% (104 282 of 177 655) after the first dose of ChAdOx1 nCoV-19. Systemic side-effects were more common (1·6 times after the first dose of ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 and 2·9 times after the first dose of BNT162b2) among individ (…)

    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00224-3/fulltext

    That is certainly a lot of side-effects! 😉

    Problem. 1) Lumping together trivial side-effects (sore arm 3 days), with more debilitating ‘non-serious’ effects, plus no classification of ‘serious effects’ (or no good summary thereof..). This is deliberate obfuscation, everybody knows that understanding moon rocks, ant colonies, male baldness, etc. – requires as a first step, a 6-category scheme as a good starting point, which of course might be somewhat ambiguous, indeterminate, etc., except for, in this case, cat. 7 which is ‘death.’ Doctors, healers, have done this since the dawn of time.. Geez…

    2) Encouraged / helped along / mandatory reporting by docs should be part of the scheme, but is *never* mentioned or advocated for.

    Going further is dodgy imho.

    Note, stats. re. UK vax are not too bad. From Our World in Data. Vax started Jan. 3.:

    At least one dose (adults): Feb 28, 30%, May 1, 50%.

    That’s a lot!

    Ppl (again I presume adults), May 1, fully vaxxed, 23%.

    Vax doses given, May 2, 50 million

    https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/vaccinations

    So, what about the adverse effects?

    The data is so shoddy it is hazardous to even take a stab. (sic!) Under-reporting cannot be estimated.

    One effort, from Daily Exposé.

    https://foreignaffairsintelligencecouncil.files.wordpress.com/2021/02/shocking-official-data-on-adverse-reactions-to-covid-vaccines-released.pdf

    Another, from prev. thread, posted by Ilargi.

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/12-million-possible-adverse-events-after-vaccination-uk-gerry-brady/

    I gave up. But I will keep on trying. Effects > adverse are usually weighed against effects > desired (not that I’m keen on such a comparison in all situations, it’s a kind of creepy neo-lib accounting), such as immunity… I guess we have to wait, and may do so for a loooong time…

    Thx to Germ for vids. on previous thread. I listened to the one with the nurses – horrific.

    (see also above, not read before posting this)

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=242248

    #74384
    Germ
    Participant
    #74385
    Germ
    Participant
    #74386
    Germ
    Participant

    NHS Whistleblower Exposes Vaccine Policy
    Excerpt from UK Column News 14 04 21

    PIL – Patient Information Leaflet NOT being shown to those getting the ‘injection’

    #74387
    Dr. D
    Participant

    Here’s s’more folks ol’ Joe is killin’:

    “Taliban Declares Open Season On Americans As Weekend Fighting Erupts, Scores Dead & Wounded”

    Killin’ some folks. Always popular this time of year. Particularly Red Americans.

    Joe, if those guys left May 1st as agreed, this couldn’t have happened, could it?

    Hey Joe, where you going with that gun in your hand? Or is it, “Murder, Incorporated”?

    #74388
    a kullervo
    Participant

    “- How do you cope with sadness?
    – I’ll have some dark chocolate, crystallized ginger and Port.
    – Does it work?
    – No; that’s why I’ll keep doing it.”

    (The Master Of Perfect Excuses, part 1)

    #74389
    Noirette
    Participant

    Germ, above, re. the patient leaflet information, a legal snarl coming up in *Europe*:

    Consent has to be given by individuals to get vaxxed. In France it is even required to sign a form, though that is not well respected, whatever…In any case Big Pharma is protected, has been granted a no-liability pass, so the State is responsible.. hmmm… for what exactly?

    Adverse envents and their results? Suicide? Life-long handicap? -> All this will surface.

    What is the legal situation when e.g. a Work-Place (Private Co. Perrier or MYNEWmachINE..) makes the vax obligatotory for ‘all workers’ ?

    These are then coerced to comply with conditions that officially until now employers could not impose; that employees can only agree to as based on their individual conscience; and that cannot, in principle, affect other aspects of their lives, such as being allowed to grow a vegetable garden, use public transport, etc.

    I expect that ‘sanitary’ arguments (need for vax, social dist, etc.) will override all the other legislation, which will create voids, aka major craters in Labor Laws. Hysteria about Cov19 will destroy much labor, employee protection – re. Europe. On the lines of never let a good crisis go to waste. (From an ex-Union boss.)

    #74390
    Antidote
    Participant
    #74391
    Michael Reid
    Participant
    #74392
    madamski
    Participant

    @ sumac.carol

    “Madamski and V. Arnold I am going to push you both a bit from yesterday regarding comments on collective activities (by unions or in street demonstrations).”

    Excellent question. Thanx for asking. Life is currently tasking me with difficult challenges, so I may not get back to you till tonight or tomorrow.

    #74393
    absolute galore
    Participant

    I have had just as many people die of the vaccine in my circles as have died of Covid-19. That would be zero. And about the same number of adverse affects from each–miserable for a day or two, got better. As the minority who are foregoing vaccination for Covid-19, are we too eager to find major faults with the vaccines? I’m just asking. My resolve has gotten a bit firmer after reading about the eye issues potentially triggered by vaccination, despite not seeing any further or clearer evidence than that one kind of sketchy link. I have had two retinal detachments, and the blood flow to my eyes is not great, sometimes my vision blacks out for a few seconds when I stand up.

    I am already getting tired of defending my position. I went to a party Saturday night held for a friend who recently obtained U.S. citizenship. The party was held at another friend’s house, in the large backyard. I was one of the first to arrive (it was a surprise) and as I wheeled my bike through the gate, the hostess asked if I had been vaccinated. I said no, I was one of the unvaxxed.

    She said well you have to wear a mask. Do you have a mask? I had my bandana, so I said yes. Then she asked if I was opposed to being vaccinated and I told her I did not want to talk about it. Anyway, after sitting for a few minutes in the backyard (their 9-year-old was also wearing a mask) I decided no way would I stay around and be the only adult wearing a mask while all the clean vaccinated folk mingled, so I left. I don’t ever wear a mask outdoors, never have, even when walking about town. My friend later called and said I would only have to wear it if I went in the house to use the bathroom, so I went back. I expect more feelings of being ostracized going forward.

    The idea that it is morally incorrect to choose not to be vaccinated is funny. I am not allowed to risk a .6% chance of dying (male, 60-65) because of herd immunity, which is some vague, ever-changing idea out there? These very same folks were happy to let me take a risk when I volunteered to deliver groceries at the start of the pandemic. I thought it would be mostly older folks, but lo and behold, some of the people at the party were my customers, people in their early 30s.

    By making this choice, though, you get boxed in, and you are a social pariah for ruining the plan. Do you think people will remember Pelosi’s lukewarm reminder (I mean, come on, what could she say? We’ll be enlisting the National Guard to herd people into vaccine centers? THAT would be herd immunity) Or will they remember the “Shun Them” opinion pieces in places like USA Today? Somehow I don’t think most people will give a dying fluck about Nurenberg , etc.It will just be You’re selfish, you’re ruining it for all of us. You are helping the variants. Oh well. Take no prisoners and all that.

    #74394

    Coming off of Micheal Reid’s link to Rockwell, is this interesting piece on thiamine (B1) and beri-beri.
    I wish I had known this when my mom-in-law was dying of Alzheimers.

    Also, if you want to make your brain hurt with some fascinating stuff on genetics (a topic which makes physics seem simple), check out the wiki-p page on “small interfering RNA”.
    I went there wondering if the vaccine could turn the body into a sort of PCR test, making copies of the mRNA.

    #74395
    absolute galore
    Participant

    Just saw this on the NYT front page (don’t have a subscription):

    Reaching ‘Herd Immunity’ Is Unlikely in the U.S., Experts Now Believe

    Coronavirus variants and hesitancy about vaccines will keep the goal out of reach. But inoculating the most vulnerable may be enough to restore normalcy.

    Of course anything that starts with “experts say” or “experts now believe” belongs in the funnies section. They try to lay it on “vaccine hesitancy” . Protecting “the most vulnerable” should have been the only policy from the beginning, letting the rest of us have our “normalcy.”

    #74396
    Oroboros
    Participant

    The NYT is Pravda on the Hudson.

    Lining a birdcage with it is pet abuse

    #74397
    Bill7
    Participant

    CJ Hopkins: ‘The Criminalization of Dissent’:

    The Criminalization of Dissent

    Looks to me like our “incompetent™” rulers and their five-percenter minions got us boxed in purty nice..

    “Resist, Digitally” heh

    #74398
    Bill7
    Participant

    Regarding the anti-skool union piece: Union leadership almost never speaks for the hoi polloi; they get The Talk early on, I think, and then align with you-know-who. Weingarten is a great example..

    The goal there is to get one to hate unions, or indeed, *any form of collective action* on behalf
    of the people.

    Cui Bono?

    #74399
    madamski
    Participant

    @ sumac.carol

    “Madamski and V. Arnold I am going to push you both a bit from yesterday regarding comments on collective activities (by unions or in street demonstrations). Collective actions in whatever form speak to power in the language that power understands. Yes, they are political and, being conducted by humans, are themselves subject to corruption in ALL its forms.

    “Did you have the same feeling when you read that 200 doctors signed a letter regarding vitamin D? They could have each individually sent a letter, but they understood that there was power in speaking with a collective voice. I bet my last dollar that, among that group of doctors, there were a few power plays and some ego at play. Even card-carrying anarchists like David Graeber participate in street demonstrations (famous of course for his involvement in Occupy Wall Street).
    Collective action seems to me to be the cleanest dirty shirt…”

    Firstly, let me clarify: I have not said that collective action isn’t useful, meaningful, or powerful.

    What I’ve said is that the majority of us are conditioned to believe that until there’s a group consensus to follow, there’s no path.

    I’ve furthermore said that in today’s hyper-mediated climate, large consensus groups are too often manipulated by the very powers they agitate against. I’ll oversimplify and call this the Astroturf Effect (AE).
    As for individual action: some doctor among the 200 you mentioned was the first to openly say: this is bullshit. That person then influenced hir peers to coalesce into some kind of action: a group letter bearing the power of endorsement by 200 respected professionals.

    I think this is an excellent thing to do.

    I disagree about mass demonstrations “speaking power in the language that power understands” as a positive thing. Power understands that language well. Witness Tiananmen Square. Power too often sees that the rabble are roused, and proceeds to use the momentum of that arousal to work against the cause represented by the group demonstrators. Their own agitated adamancy is used against them. Witness BLM. Witness the 1999 Seattle protest against the World Trade Organization.

    These tactics worked somewhat in the early days of modern media. Gandhi used the media to bludgeon the British. MLK did the same, with the pivotal point being the infamous photo of a K-dog looking about to bite a young black protestor.

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/74/Birmingham_campaign_dogs.jpg

    Such tactics have become The Method for achieving social change these days, and it has become mostly a tool used against such change by a power bloc fully in control of virtually all mainstream media.

    I am all for collective action but I believe what R. Buckminster Fuller wrote in the early 80s, something to the effect that the young protestors of the 60s and 70s would be wise to stop using their heads as battering rams and use them instead to think of solutions and apply them where they are.

    I entirely understand the concept of strength in numbers. So do the [puppet masters, who now use that strength against us.

    Ultimately, it is obvious that at some point the people need to gather around new concepts, principles, actions if they want to change things more to their liking. But the path to where that can happen in a reliably positive manner has become canonized into: where’s the group? We can’t succeed without a group?

    Color revolutions are terrific at forming premanufactured groups by funding INDIVIDUALS to foment action. By necessity, most of those individuals do not act together until the group is well formed, for this would raise suspicious questions. We instinctively know that things start with one person who opens hes yap and remarks on the emperor’s nudity.
    Let’s add to this the matter of how we network these days: online where our every keystroke can be analyzed and recorded. Big Bro is scrutinizing every word written on for a like TAE.

    Big Bro is still virtually clueless about what we do outside the net… if we have sense enough to leave our silly handroids at home.
    We are indeed caught in a dense and orchestrated web of manipulation by Big Bro and Friends. Some people think I disagree with this simply because I disagree that this web of manipulation is as powerful, yea, all-powerful, as so many assert, and because I don’t believe they are as proactive as reactive.
    I submit that we, like cattle, are far less easily herded if we don’t follow each other’s behind but go our own individual ways, in so doing finding a great many of us walking together, more or less spontaneously, by virtue of having similar interests and ideas about how to best attain them.

    Such mobs are very difficult to control even with today’s mediaplex surveillance. I said mob because once we start moving together and feel righteous vindication, we are easily transformed into tunnel-visioned herds who often trample the very things they would save. But they do nonetheless manage to break out of the corral, and that’s at least a start, and how history shows it’s usually done.
    So, to characterize my position on this as a this-or-that dichotomy mischaracterizes what I’ve said… but I didn’t say it with sufficient clarity before, and I appreciate you nudging me toward this opportunity to clarify. I hope I’ve done so.

    ^&*

    @ absolute galore

    If you like this this, then all I can say is that artistic quality is in the perceptions of the beholder. I am wrong to assert that Miley objectively sucks. I’ll rephrase: she sucks per my ears and eyes. She comes across as an entirely manufactured product, a dynasty diva. Oh yeah, she can sing. Strong voice. No doubt. But me, I can’t stand her and the way she flaunts her body makes me wince… and I love watching women flaunt their bodies.

    To each their own, right?

    #74400
    madamski
    Participant

    @ Bill7:

    You seem obsessed with making Goliath look invincible. My buddy David disagrees.

    ZiiiiP!

    #74401
    absolute galore
    Participant

    Re: Miley. It’s true she lacks the natural sensuality of the woman playing the bass guitar that you linked to yesterday. I don’t find her terribly attractive in that sense. But I give her credit for growing up in the public space and dealing with all the hate–she was only 19 or 20 when she made the Wrecking Ball video, trying to break out of her Disney character.. Maybe I’m a sucker, but like I said, I get the feeling she loves to sing. In any case she sure does work with some talented musicians. Yes, of course to each our own!

    #74402
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    Madamski thank you for your great reply. Much for me to ponder and, yes, I now remember some of your earlier comments along these lines -takes into account current realities and provides refinements to the “heads for battering rams” approach.

    #74403
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    @ sumac.carol

    I left the “herd” 18 years ago. I’m not sure how to answer your question much beyond that…
    The west has destroyed the collective for all practical purposes thereby throwing full responsibility to the individual; where, in fact, it has always resided…

    #74404
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    I don’t think The New York Times is completely useless. Just today, I read the most interesting article there about the advances that have lead to increased human longevity and concomitantly population as well. Until now, I held to the classic “doomer” (sorry) view that the increase of the food supply precipitated by the so-called “Green Revolution” led to the population explosion (another billion people every 12-13 years ever since 1961). I probably should have realized it was a much more complex matter than that!

    #74405
    madamski
    Participant

    @ absolute galore

    Yes, her singing itself is infectious. But she allows herself tobe buried in the nightmare notions of a dozen handlers and producers.

    Maybe in a few years she’ll do an album of just her singing and playing guitar or piano. THat could provide a different perspective for me.

    %^&

    @ sumac.carol

    Thanx for the kind words. I’d feared I’d done a poor job of edxpressing myself. Glad to hear I conveyed my message. Been distracted. Oldest child just ran into the (metaphorical, sans DUI) brick wall that years of alcoholism was taking him to.

    #74406
    madamski
    Participant

    ‘Big Bro is scrutinizing every word written on for a like TAE.’

    written on THE LIKES of TAE.

    #74407
    ezlxa1949
    Participant

    Raúl wrote, ” They all say the same thing: people can not be coerced, let alone mandated, into being part of a medical experiment. It’s highly illegal.”

    Maybe so, but TPTB would surely claim that even if an experiment is taking place, it has been made necessary by the grave emergency and the damage to the world economy and the risks to public health, etc etc. Everything seems just fine at the moment: millions have been jabbed and the collateral damage is small. QED.

    Any claim I might make to immunity from vaccination — THIS vaccination, I have safely had others — would turn on the argument whether or not an experiment is taking place. It seems clear that TPTB will simply say that they know better and we the people know nothing. They will remain deaf and blind to contrary arguments and overrule objections. They’re surfing a dictatorial wave now and will not be deflected. Too much at stake.

    And what happens IF these vaccines turn out to be another thalidomide? I expect the deafness and blindness to continue. Sorry to be gloomy, but these are gloomy times.

    #74408
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    Madamski one further question/comment: What is the difference between one expert calling “bullshit” and getting their colleagues to sign a letter and, say, a hospital cleaner noting the lack of PPE for fellow workers, getting them all to pickett? One is virtual, the other is in-person. Theoretically, the non-retired letter-signatories could be subjected to some non-physical “attack” (maybe delay in receiving tenure or other promotion) by their place of work for stepping outside the bounds of the narrative. I don’t see a qualitative difference between these two scenarios.

    #74409
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    Madamski -I’m sorry to hear about your troubles with your son. Here’s hoping for the best possible resolution. Life seems pretty tough for so many these days.

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