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    René Magritte Companions of fear 1942   • Warning of Worldwide Supply-chain Collapse Due To Pandemic Restrictions (ET) • Australia’s Corporations
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle September 30 2021]

    V. Arnold

    René Magritte Companions of fear 1942

    Ah, my old friend Magritte is back…
    Owls have had a rich literary life on planet Earth (aka Gaia); planet Earth humans both revered and feard owls…as with corvids, owls were messengers…

    I very much like Companions of Fear; especially the owls… 😉


    The government of Australia are trampling on the rights of their own citizen, why would they do any different for citizen Assange? They are a shameful disgrace.

    Mister Roboto

    Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson unveiled new legislation Wednesday that would block federal vaccine mandates by utilizing the Interstate Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

    Two years ago, I thought Senator Johnson was a blight on our state. Now, I will be truly crestfallen if he chooses not to run again in 2022.


    Pure evil.

    “The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an urgent recommendation Wednesday for pregnant women and those who have recently given birth to get vaccinated against coronavirus.”


    “A scoping review of the pathophysiology of COVID-19”

    ” …a pulmonary macrophage activation syndrome with uncontrolled inflammation, a complement-mediated endothelialitis together with a procoagulant state with a thrombotic microangiopathy. In addition, platelet activation with the release of serotonin and the activation and degranulation of mast cells contributes to the hyper-inflammatory state.”

    Author: Dr. Paul Marik


    Wow – in WaPo!

    “Natural immunity to covid is powerful. Policymakers seem afraid to say so.
    People making decisions about their health deserve honesty from their leaders.”


    The UK wide roll-out shall now begin.

    “Judge refuses to delay Scots vaccine passport scheme”

    absolute galore

    I do not share the optimism of some here that the “narrative” is turning around. More and more people are succumbing to the threats of loss of livelihood. And how can you blame people with families to support, or with careers or jobs they love?

    I just found out yesterday the owner of my company has scheduled me to work a booth at a trade shown in NYC this November. However, the venue went vaccine passport only earlier in September–they will not accept negative test or proof of recovery from Covid. I will find out today what will come of this. Most of the other trade shows have been pushed off into 2022, and this is a minor one, but of the two colleagues that could cover and help out the one guy doing it, I am the only one available–the others are off for personal reasons. I am not looking forward to the discussion with the owner today.

    How it has come to this is mind-boggling and scary. I also am concerned that if I lose my job over this, my ex will immediately bring it to the attention of the child custody courts. In this poisonous atmosphere, I fear they could demand I be vaccinated or lose my custody rights.

    Equating what is essentially a peacetime global vaccine mandate for experimental vaccines that do not fully work against a disease with a very low mortality rate with a wartime mandate for soldiers during the Revolutionary War is ….insane. Pure agitprop. Possibly targeted at red state hesitancy? Who knows at this point. But I’m now in the hot seat.

    I am printing the full vaccine portion of the NYT morning newsletter:

    The Morning: Vaccine mandates in the U.S. are largely succeeding.

    By David Leonhardt

    Good morning. Immunization mandates aren’t new. One helped win the American Revolution.
    A vaccination site in New York City this week.Justin Lane/EPA, via Shutterstock
    The right to health

    The United States owes its existence as a nation partly to an immunization mandate.

    In 1777, smallpox was a big enough problem for the bedraggled American army that George Washington thought it could jeopardize the Revolution. An outbreak had already led to one American defeat, at the Battle of Quebec. To prevent more, Washington ordered immunizations — done quietly, so the British would not hear how many Americans were sick — for all troops who had not yet had the virus.

    It worked. The number of smallpox cases plummeted, and Washington’s army survived a war of attrition against the world’s most powerful country. The immunization mandate, as Ron Chernow wrote in his 2010 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Washington, “was as important as any military measure Washington adopted during the war.”

    In the decades that followed, immunization treatments became safer (the Revolutionary War method killed 2 percent or 3 percent of recipients), and mandates became more common, in the military and beyond. They also tended to generate hostility from a small minority of Americans.

    A Cambridge, Mass., pastor took his opposition to a smallpox vaccine all the way to the Supreme Court in 1905, before losing. Fifty years later, while most Americans were celebrating the start of a mass vaccination campaign against polio, there were still some dissenters. A United Press wire-service article that ran in newspapers across the country on April 13, 1955, reported:

    Hundreds of doctors and registered nurses stood ready to begin the stupendous task of inoculating the millions of children throughout the country.

    Some hitches developed, however. In Maryland’s Montgomery County, 4,000 parents flatly refused to let their youngsters receive the vaccine. Two counties in Indiana objected that the plan smacked of socialized medicine.
    Many vaccinations, few firings

    We are now living through this cycle again. The deadline for many workplace mandates arrived this week, often requiring people to have received a Covid-19 vaccine or face being fired. In California, the deadline for health care workers is today.

    As was the case with Washington’s army, the mandates are largely succeeding:

    California’s policy has led thousands of previously unvaccinated medical workers to receive shots in recent weeks. At Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, about 800 additional workers have been vaccinated since the policy was announced last month, bringing the hospital’s vaccination rate to 97 percent, according to my colleague Shawn Hubler.

    When New York State announced a mandate for hospital and nursing-home staff members in August, about 75 percent of them had received a shot. By Monday, the share had risen to 92 percent. The increase amounts to roughly 100,000 newly vaccinated people.
    At Trinity Health, a hospital chain in 22 states, the increase has been similar — to 94 percent from 75 percent, The Times’s Reed Abelson reports. At Genesis HealthCare, which operates long-term-care facilities in 23 states, Covid cases fell by nearly 50 percent after nearly all staff members had finished receiving shots this summer.

    Often, the number of people who ultimately refuse the vaccine is smaller than the number who first say they will. Some are persuaded by the information their employer gives them — about the vaccines’ effectiveness and safety, compared with the deadliness of Covid — and others decide they are not really willing to lose their jobs.

    A North Carolina hospital system, Novant Health, last week suspended 375 workers, or about 1 percent of its work force, for being unvaccinated. By the end of the week, more than half of them — about 200 — received a shot and were reinstated.

    Of course, 175 firings are not nothing. (A Washington Post headline trumpeted the story as “one of the largest-ever mass terminations due to a vaccine mandate.”) United Airlines said this week that it would terminate even more employees — about 600, or less than 1 percent of its U.S. work force.

    These firings can create hardship for the workers and short-term disruptions for their employers. But those disruptions tend to be fleeting, because the percentage of workers is tiny. “I’m not seeing any widespread disruptive effect,” Saad Omer of the Yale Institute for Global Health told The Times.

    And the benefits — reducing the spread of a deadly virus and lowering the chances it will mutate dangerously in the future — are large.
    Health officials in Newark checked smallpox vaccination status in 1931.Bettmann, via Getty Images
    Injury to others

    The rationale for workplace mandates revolves around those large benefits: Even in a country that prioritizes individual freedom as much as the U.S. does, citizens do not have the right to harm their colleagues or their colleagues’ families, friends and communities. One person’s right to a healthy life is greater than another person’s right to a specific job.

    As Carol Silver-Elliott, the chief executive of Jewish Home Family, a senior-care facility in New Jersey, told ABC News about her company’s mandate, “We felt it was a small price to pay to keep our elders safe, and it is something we feel very, very strongly about.”

    After I spent some time reading about the history of vaccine mandates, I was struck by how little the debate has changed over the centuries. In 1905, when the Supreme Court ruled against the Massachusetts pastor who did not want to take a smallpox vaccine, Justice John Marshall Harlan explained that the Constitution did not allow Americans always to behave however they chose. “Real liberty for all could not exist,” Harlan wrote in his majority opinion, if people could act “regardless of the injury that may be done to others.”

    (For more on mandates’ history, I recommend a Wall Street Journal essay by David Oshinsky of NYU Langone Health.)

    Virus developments:

    AT&T reached a labor agreement to require vaccines for tens of thousands of employees.
    YouTube says it will ban all vaccine misinformation from its platform.
    China is planning a strict bubble around the Winter Olympics in February.



    “If you’re not vaxxinated you’ll be going backwards.”


    @ absolute

    You are correct. There is no going back now.
    So sorry to hear of your predicament.

    Huge (billion$) amounts of money have been invested globally in the vaxxine passport scheme.

    They are fully commited to implementing this QR code based system planet wide.
    It is going to be implemented.
    Plan accordingly.

    Watch this video from Lithuania and then imagine the technological integration required to have rolled this out nation-wide. Think how long they have been working on this. Look at the scanners, the guards, the compliance …


    “Breakthrough COVID cases shut “Aladdin” one night after re-opening”

    Yup – all vaxxed.
    When will folks realise that this jab simply doesn’t work?

    Doc Robinson

    Posted above by Germ: “The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an urgent recommendation Wednesday for pregnant women and those who have recently given birth to get vaccinated against coronavirus.”

    Here’s my urgent recommendation:
    Pregnant women, as well as breastfeeding women, should be advised that the current package insert for Pfizer’s approved COMIRNATY injections has these warnings:

    “Available data on COMIRNATY administered to pregnant women are insufficient to inform vaccine-associated risks in pregnancy.”

    “It is not known whether COMIRNATY is excreted in human milk.”

    “Data are not available to assess the effects of COMIRNATY on the breastfed infant or on milk production/excretion.”

    “The safety and effectiveness of COMIRNATY in individuals younger than 16 years of age have not been established.”

    From the FDA site:


    @germ, @absolute today was brutal for me also, construction faces a $120,000 dollar fine for non-compliance (working basically). I will look into grass-cutting and possibly sexual favours down at the train station or get jabbed. As one of the cattle within the fence I unfortunately need grass to eat and payment to local authorities to be allowed to live in my house (owned but still able to be taken in a fascist rentier class system) and procure food for my children.
    There is the possibility of seeing what the motor-cycle gangs are able to organise in terms of work but given they operate on cash I suspect the new digital mafia will claim that space and their scalps shortly.

    Doc Robinson

    From the Australian video clip:

    “Only the fully vaccinated will be able to participate in business activity…”

    Have the Australian people have given her the power to make such decrees?


    “The Story Of Ivermectin And COVID-19”


    “Vaccinating people who have had covid-19: why doesn’t natural immunity count in the US?”


    @absolute – this is very relevant to your (and many others) situation.

    Dr. D

    Biden Admin Denies Entry To Chartered Rescue Flight From Afghanistan (ZH)”

    Does anyone know what’s going on? They must be the only migrants not allowed, Afghans included. Is it because there are U.S. Citizens on the plane that it can’t return?

    The United States owes its existence as a nation partly to an immunization mandate.”

    So Geo broke into the houses of the people and inoculated their infants? Or did something else happen?

    “Even in a country that prioritizes individual freedom as much as the U.S. does, citizens do not have the right to harm their colleagues or their colleagues’ families, friends and communities”

    How would this happen? Don’t you have the vaccine? Does it not work? How can I endanger you?

    And because the USSC said something once, it’s right? They reverse themselves yearly. Slavery was legal, and Jim Crow. They’ve been morons regularly for centuries, and the present roster proves that sharply. 1905 – pffft.

    To Don Lemon, Ol’ Uncle Joe on camera: “You got the vaccine??? Are you okay?”

    That goes with his press conference yesterday, where Pelosi says “We’re pushing Obama’s “Build Back Better” Agenda.” Obama’s?

    …I mean that sincerely, nobody ever believed Obama was running the country either. But he is an upper manager. That explains what he’s been up to since flying non-stop worldwide ahead of the real Presidential negotiators, in violation of the Logan Act. With Kerry, Romney, etc. You know, right before we have an air incident over Iran.

    Well Mr. Poet, in a few short months we have gone from me being an outrageous and offensive loon, to having buy in and support, cohesion with what were/are moderate left or further left posters Upstate and Roboto. Having seen, they now believe. Also Raul was not very much on board as I posted all the “where the deaths, where the flu?” posts like a gadfly for like a year. Now they believe. When it impacts them. When it’s too much. Which is only appropriate for humans, not when it’s off and theoretical, possibly true but requires extensive review investing days of valuable time.

    So how many more? For example, Cheeto got highest voter turnout of any President ever. From whom? The DNC worker base, with a doubling of the black vote and tripling of the Hispanic vote (whatever that means), even being who he is. And we’re losing? Okay, well,

    Washington cannot be left alone to his devices
    Indecisive, from crisis to crisis
    The best thing he can do for the revolution
    Is turn n’ go back to plantin’ tobacco at Mount Vernon
    Don’t do a thing. History will prove him wrong
    We have a war to fight, let’s move along.

    What is that “war” as you say? A court battle? Or the hearts and minds of the nation? Was Ireland losing, or could they not be defeated since they wouldn’t — couldn’t — give up, they wouldn’t abandon the IDEA of Ireland’s existance. So we’re losing when the youth went outside the PMC/Neos and to Bernie, got educated on voter fraud, screwing the vote for cash, then half of those voted Cheeto? Maybe twice? If we’re increasing numbers daily, with Bill Maher, Nikki Minaj, the NBA, how are we “losing”?

    I know it’s hard for you and me, having seen this in the 90s, the 80s, the 70s even – hope no one was around to see it in ‘63 and ‘68 – and every day new losses. New ways the people refuse, have their faces rubbed in it. New thefts, new lies, new rigged courts, outcomes, new mass murders to new applause. But you can’t let that persistence of vision blind you to the changes that evil, like other cockroaches, survive on the cooperation of the good who can’t conceive of evil, and who deny it if there is any other explanation. That is: the evil can only live in the dark, in shame and ignominy, as is right. They are deluded and think they can live in the light, that they are not offensive and hateful on sight. The recent tangle, with Cheeto and more now have brought their plans, their people, and their minons into the light to be voted on and cooperated with or resisted as we choose. People still deny and get along, but you can see a level of resistance never before in my lifetime, or since 1963, at every human level from a child to a school board to the U.N.

    Who wins or loses: if we knew wouldn’t be a fight. Summer patriots always choose the side that’s winning. However as we’re gaining a relentless army at last your despondency may be premature, I expect informed by where you are, having lunch in NYC and DC, the height of power and thus denial and psychosis, where everyone’s bread is buttered on doing what they’re told. Get out of the cities held by China and ask around.

    Also we may have a strange sense of change. Locke as you say started the revolution…100 years later. The American system started in 1750, was brought out with the Writs of Assistance and Otis in 1760-1, TWENTY years before the Revolution. The Revolution ran EIGHT years, minimum, although Britain was still fighting it in 1815 or arguably the Civil War. The Constitution wasn’t ratified until 1789, and was barely functional until 1800/1810s. So 14 years from Lexington, 28 years from Otis, 100 years from Locke. So an adult, as Adams was, was a very old man, as he was, by the time there was any “nation” to support. Earlier folks (billionaires) like Franklin already passed away.

    We’re probably in the Writs of Assistance phase. Headed towards realizing something’s intolerably wrong, being annoyed enough not to give up our leverage, and take the Kubler-Ross of ‘Bargaining’.

    Sorry you were early to the party, and myself as well. It hasn’t been very entertaining, but my guess is that’s not what we were for. Sorry some of your people were shot up; in a war we all get shot up pretty good and lose a lot of people. That’s how humans act as you can see.

    More to the point, wouldn’t you want this level of comfort with planned, useless lockdowns when the petrol stations are all dry in Britain and the food’s shut off? I mean, be practical: the rich (i.e. Pentagon) aren’t going to stop using petrol themselves and sacrifices must be made, amirite? If Saudi has no oil and can’t give it to us, the oil is curtailed, Britain has “Now gone green”, totally Carbon-neutral as much dreamed of. And everybody dies like we said. So why not kill them beforehand and beat the rush? It’s only logical.

    It’s “Covid” doncha know? And we’re completely helpless and none of the shutdowns were cause by our government rules or nothin’. TINA says, “There Is No Alternative” to doing all the things that don’t work, never worked, were proven not to work, over and over again, because we’re the PMC class. Failure is our byword. Killing the poor is our joy. Fat paychecks are our shield and armor. Submit to the violent, irrational weirdos or die.

    Doc Robinson

    I looked at the latest breakthrough data for one state today, Vermont, and found that in the most recent month (Aug 25 – Sep 22),
    77% of the Covid deaths were fully vaccinated.

    (According to CDC data, this is approximately the same percentage of Vermonters age 12+ who were fully vaccinated during this period.)
    (Vermont’s total Covid death numbers were found at Worldometers.)


    This is an interesting, wide-ranging conversation about c19, vaccines, digital ids, and global finance with Catherine Austin Fitts and Rocco Galati. It’s about 2 hours long.



    caste status – Unclean
    Belief/religion is not rational.
    Belief/religion goes beyond data/facts/logic/evidence.
    You cannot change/attack the religious beliefs.
    Therefore, do as it has always been done.
    Gather all like minded people together and label it as your new religion/faith.
    (Don’t call it the unvaccinated. The designation, “the Chosen People”, will soon be available)

    The Underground War – against the vaccine virus
    The underground battle is to prevent the invasion of the “vaccine virus” and avoid Breakthrough COVID cases and long term covid
    Take your recommended vitamin allocation, before and after the covid vaccine, to re-enforce your natural immune system.
    Yup – all vaxxed.
    Eventually, folks will realize that the jab simply doesn’t work.
    Eventually, folks will convert/overcome their belief system.

    those darned kids

    i’m getting “website unsafe” warnings in various browsers. certificate stuff, it says.


    Another “must watch”:

    “Urgent message from university hospital manager and academic Kieran Morrissey”


    “This video explains what the real myocarditis rates are based on the VAERS data. The rates are as high as 1 in 318 for 16-year-old boys an elevation of over 1,000 times weekly baseline. Nobody is measuring the troponin levels after vaccination; these can stay elevated for weeks and can be an indicator of sub-clinical myocarditis.”

    John Day

    “Self Identification” is up:

    World Council for Health has this:
    Maintain a healthy immune system with good nutrition, fresh air, and simple supplements like Vitamin D, C, Zinc, and Quercetin.
    Use the medicines and supplements that are available to you.
    Be prepared! Keep a good supply of healthy food, supplements, and medicines so you will be ready if you become infected.
    Treat Covid-19 early if you become symptomatic or receive a positive test. Early treatment helps reduce the severity and duration of Covid-19 infection.
    Treat Covid-19 using a combination of therapies that address the complex nature of the illness:
    Antiviral/antimicrobial therapies such as ivermectin
    Anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen and N-acetylcysteine
    Immune-balancing medicines and supplements such as Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc, Quercetin, and Melatonin
    Anticoagulant medicines such as aspirin
    Symptom support such as cough mixtures, acetaminophen, nasal sprays, and mouthwashes
    Seek advice from your doctor if you are concerned about Covid-19 symptoms or for early treatment options.
    GO TO THE HOSPITAL if you are short of breath, have difficulty breathing, or are experiencing chest heaviness or pain.

    Early Covid-19 treatment guidelines: A practical approach to home-based care for healthy families

    The Market Crash Nobody Thinks Is Possible Is Coming​ Charles Hugh Smith (but exactly when, sir?)​
    The banquet of consequences is being served, and risk-off crashes are, like revenge, best served cold.
    ​ ​T​he ideal setup for a crash is a consensus that a crash is impossible–in other words, just like the present: sure, there are carefully measured murmurings about a “correction” but nobody with anything to lose in the way of public credibility is calling for an honest-to-goodness crash, a real crash, not a wimpy, limp-wristed dip that will immediately be bought.

    Tomorrow marks the start of my last month of work at the clinic, since I am COVID-unvaccinated.
    It was announced in an email that I would be leaving, but not why, so I added that it was involuntary, and explained my moral position of “standing naked with the Jews”, likening this to WW-2 Germany. I’ve been judged pretty harshly, by people I have known for years, for “being hurtful”, and probably 20:1 judged me and did not reply. I have been respectful, explained our family tour with bikes and backpacks visited the Anne Frank House, Dachau and Tuol Sleng torture museum, in Cambodia. I take this very seriously, and I bear the responsibility for my actions and my statements. One younger black man, working at the clinic, came to me yesterday, asking about my decision, and explaining that he had made the same choice, because he distrusts what is being forced upon people.
    We agree.
    Perhaps people who see what is going down in this suck-out before the next tsunami-of-history should hold hands and walk to higher ground..

    Michael Reid

    @John Day
    I can hardly express how impressed I am with your action. My employer isn’t mandating vaccination but won’t let me come into the office. Luckily I can work from home perfectly well. I know I would feel immense trauma if they said get vaxxed or leave. I stand with you.
    I wonder if people realize that the way they are treating you is the same way people have treated the marginalized throughout history. “Why can’t he just get the shot?” is equivalent to “why can’t he just convert to Christianity?” or “Why can’t he just join the party?”
    I read “The Hiding Place” a long time ago. Corrie Ten Boom remembered seeing German troops forcing prisoners into box cars. He father was watching and said “Those poor souls.” When she looked at her father she was surprised to see he was looking not at the prisoners but at the German troops. I try to remember that in all this.

    Polder Dweller

    I haven’t been going into my place of work much for the last 18 months but I spent a full day there today and it was quite busy. The friends and colleagues I met are all convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that the vaccines are both effective and that they will put an end to the pandemic. Their conviction is so complete that there really was no point in trying to sow any doubt in their minds, it would just not compute.

    This is what we’re up against, I see it every day on social media too. Most people are blissfully unaware of any problems with the vaccines, the surrendering of freedoms the corona pass entails, the link with the digital wallet, climate lockdowns and social credit system that are just around the corner. My colleagues have no idea what is about to hit them, and these are really intelligent people working in a demanding high-tech area. If even they can’t be reached then what chance does the general public have?

    It’s depressing because what can you do?


    I look outside at the critters and say:
    How do you manage it day after day?
    Predators lurking in bushes and trees-
    Death in the moment or death by degrees.

    Is it that ignorance keeps you alive?
    Maybe it’s just that you need to survive.
    Still, with exuberance you soldier on-
    ’Til one day I notice you seem to be gone.


    This is the shit we read in our main stream media:

    “Hydroxychloroquine sales spiked almost 100% in Australia at start of Covid pandemic, study finds
    There was also a rise in prescriptions for ivermectin being filled, despite no evidence either drug is effective against the virus,”

    I’m taking 15mg IVM (and all the concommitant vits.) every two weeks. HCQ et. al. is on standby should I develope symptoms/test positive.
    Fuck ’em .


    Underground war against the vaccine virus
    1. Prepare
    Be prepared and keep a supply of basic medicines and therapies at home for your family
    2. Read battle plan

    Early Covid-19 treatment guidelines: A practical approach to home-based care for healthy families

    3. Defence -Improve immune system
    4. (required development) Attack – Vaccine covid, Breakthrough COVID, and long term covid

    Michael Reid

    YouTube bans Ron Paul?


    It’s a fuckin’ mystery. Baffled, just baffled!

    Fuck ‘em.


    My work place sounds similar. Everyone vaxxed and sure that they are doing the right thing. I ask myself what is about to hit them and have to admit maybe nothing is about to hit them. It’s possible that the majority of people will have no discernible negative vaccine effects (or won’t connect them if they do) even with boosters. Five years from now they may still believe they did the right thing and because of this they will accept the passports as a necessary evil in perpetuity. I also have to admit that if I got the vaxx I might have no adverse consequence. But I am convinced that the passport is the goal and is worse than Covid 19 and worse than the vaccine and that getting vaxxed is tacit approval of the passport. On top of that of course is my belief that early treatments are safer and more effective than the vaccines and have been blocked by a corrupt system that cares nothing for people and whose goal is money, power and control.

    Formerly T-Bear

    John Day at #88863
    Some advise from someone without letters after their name:
    That month will go quite quickly, use some of the time to find a good and sympathetic lawyer and prepare a case for wrongful dismissal with the demand for just compensation for the time and effort invested in becoming an accredited physician, for the damages to credit caused by loss of employment, to damages to investments and contracts made under contractural employment, ask compensation for lost income. Then ask that funds be provided to establish your own clinic, for staffing, for insurance, for income level guarantee and whatever auxiliary needs that arise for a five year period needed to firmly establish your practice in the community. The sums involved would frighten the gods on Olympus itself. They might frighten that clinic’s administration into second thoughts if they are rationally inclined. In the event the clinic’s administration chooses to be rational and forgo their policy the lawsuit can be dismissed, but do not forget to make good with the lawyer; it’s bad karma to create a hungry lawyer.

    Thank you for all your efforts to educate on this site. Bread cast upon the waters (chumming) return tenfold (if you have a fishing pole or net).


    Way to go T-Bear

    Polder Dweller


    Look like we’re on exactly the same page. Is it possible that the shots leave some people (many, most?) entirely unharmed? I think it’s unlikely but I can’t and really don’t want to rule it out as a possibility since everyone I know and everyone I love has been jabbed. My best guess at the moment though is that all the “vaccinated” will have their life expectancy reduced by an unknown amount.


    I hope Rand Paul isn’t “suicided”:

    ‘You Sir, Are The One Ignoring Science’: Rand Paul Battles Becerra Over COVID-19 Rules

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