Debt Rattle August 1 2021


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    @ dr d
    “ Personally, shouldn’t do this until you have a responsible cradle-to-grave system, like aluminum has. I’m not asking the world, it can be somewhat slack. But that would require doing less, meaning selling less, having less, less profit and less taxes, with longer product lifespans, the opposite of everything we stand for as we turn off analog TV and flip Nokias.”

    The way I see it, how much life improvement do we actually get from the brand new iPhone over the former iPhone? If Apple would quit pumping out updates to slow down old iPhones and if apps (for all devices/computers) were written to be backwards compliant — the way they used to be for Windows computers — we would solve a sizeable chunk of the problem. That and modular systems that are reparable. (Microsoft Office 2003 is still running today on my Windows 10 laptop, although I did buckle down and purchase a perpetual license of the new version a few months back when I landed a job helping someone learn how to use modern PowerPoint. I use Quickbooks 2004 on a virtual machine running Windows XP. Never could see the point of spending $200+ every 3 years to upgrade just so I could use “online services” that provide marginal benefit.)

    Mister Roboto

    WRT to the 2020 election: I’m still not really sold on “stolen election” thing. However, I certainly can’t 100% rule it out, because I know that if the election were actually a stolen one, one thing about which I have no doubt is that the mainstream media would adroitly cover that up. It really doesn’t bode well for a society when there’s that little trust left in its official institutions whether they be election commissions or the mass-communications media that report on current events. That’s why when I look at the future from here on out, I see one of those old maps with the inscription on an obscure corner “Here be dragones”.


    For anyone else interested in my ivermectin song. (Finding old stuff on TAE isn’t easy.).

    A Tribute to Ivermectin


    those darned kids

    (uh, why did it log me out when i posted?)

    anyhoo, i think i remember what i wrote..

    to upstateNYer: @darned kids: you come up with a lot of awesome one-liners, too many to acknowledge each of them, but they are all appreciated. 🙂

    thanks. as to the omnipost, i do apologize. it’s been a long time since i could comment amongst rational people. i had written more on this topic, but wordpress squeezed it out like yesterday’s orange.

    anyhoo, i like the fool’s role – i understand facts and figures, and can even write consecutive sentences, but my inner self is just kinda goofy. ol’ willie said it best: “Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.”

    Polder Dweller


    I did some ducking and going and found this YouTube video of someone named Michel Salomon who reads out the quote and the suggestion is that it was in an older version of the Verbatim book. Again, I don’t know if that makes it true that the quote was definitely from Attali, it’s a working hypothesis though.


    Re: Brandon Smith’s globalist reset explanation

    He’s been writing about this theory for many years now. He had the only valid explanation that made sense for the reason interest rates were raised from 2015-2018, to crash the economy. Mainstream’s best explanation was to “build up bullets in case of a recession”. But increasing interest rates causes recessions, so that made no sense.

    Smith predicted some trigger was needed to finish the job, and then along came the pandemic.

    Yes, money can buy brains, or anything needed to pull this off. Sure, there are difficulties with the details, like CDC buffoos, lab leak leaks, etc..

    But the only way to make sense of the crazy inconsistencies that TAE has been discussing for months now, is a globalist intentional scheme. IMHO


    Does a pandemic need to kill people?

    There are still a lot of old, obese, people with diabetics that have escaped from covid.
    Death rate of covid is a mere 0.26% of those infected.

    Visualizing the History of Pandemics

    Visualizing the History of Pandemics
    By Nicholas LePan

    June 30, 2021 Update:
    Due to popular request, we’ve also visualized how the death tolls of each pandemic stack up as a share of total estimated global populations at the time.

    Doc Robinson

    phoenixvoice: “I remember two studies mentioned on TAE that addressed this [80% of the population is not really susceptible to the virus]. One corroborated the 80%/20% narrative, the other was a lower percentage, don’t recall it as clearly, maybe around 60%/40%?

    Off the top of my head, there was a study in Germany which indicated that around 80% of the population already had existing antibody reactivity against the Covid-19 virus, while a study in the UK showed around 56%. I did a quick look for those studies today, but did not find them.

    I did find this study in Canada which estimates that “between 90% and 99% of adults show positive antibody reactivity for SARS-CoV-2 spike, RBD, or the N antigen.”

    A majority of uninfected adults show preexisting antibody reactivity against SARS-CoV-2

    The main finding in this study is that, at a population level, the vast majority of [uninfected] adults show antibody reactivity against SARS-CoV-2 antigens… we estimate that between 90% and 99% of adults show positive antibody reactivity for SARS-CoV-2 spike, RBD, or the N antigen. Prepandemic sera showed similar antibody reactivity, therefore excluding the possibility that the reactivity in adults after the first pandemic wave is due to undiagnosed exposures to the virus in the study population. This baseline, preexisting SARS-CoV-2 cross-reactivity in uninfected adults was evenly distributed according to age, sex, travel history, or whether participants were healthcare workers (HCW), and the data were independent of participants’ reporting “COVID-19-like” symptoms.

    Note that in this graphic the “Covid-19 Convalescent” (after being infected) have the most antibody reactivity against Covid-19.


    Good evening. Long time lurker here, actually from the beginning. But first time posting for this:

    1. Is the narrative that fully 80% of the population is not really susceptible to the virus still around, or is that “false news” from “our side?” The only real justification I ever saw for this was the result of how many on the ship Diamond Princess came down with Covid.

    We have this: “Cross-reactive SARS-CoV-2 peptides revealed pre-existing T cell responses in 81% of unexposed individuals and validated similarity with common cold coronaviruses, providing a functional basis for heterologous immunity in SARS-CoV-2 infection. ”





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