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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle May 19 2022 #108207
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    A thought went through my head this morning: When will the people of Zimbabwe, who use the US dollar as currency, get that sense of deja vu about the USD currency and then move on to the next currency? What will that replacement currency be?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 19 2022 #108206
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    @phoenixvoice

    Your argument demonstrates the main issue: pro-choice women think it is all about them and that they should be able to change their minds regarding their child, especially in the case where they had a few too many drinks the night before and did not behave as an adult … or any other excuse that they feel excuses them of the responsibility of their earlier decision.

    Others feel that the person inside the woman should be defended as any other human, that it is not all about the indecisive woman. After all, this is obviously not a next-day decision as the morning after pill is very effective, so this is a missed period / pregnancy test decision.

    Of course, this just enforces the widely held opinion that women should not be “put in charge” of anything that requires strong single minded leadership, not because of a lack of intelligence but because of emotional influences over their single mindedness. Alternatively, they were too lazy to do something about it the morning after?

    There is the old golden excuse that some women never consider what “might happen” before they have unprotected sex, but I just do not buy that: they make an informed decision which they later regret. It is all about them, fuck the small human they decided to create, that will now be dumped in the trash. Sure, it is a difficult decision for a minority, but certainly not for all when you see the numbers: it is a very popular option.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2022 #108162
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    @chooch said

    So the fat lady hasn’t sung and Ritter is no longer a Z-tard.

    Only the weak see updates to one’s opinion as weakness. The strong understand that as times change then a review of the facts is required, they have the balls to then update their opinion. Do you think that the military leaders are not changing their minds daily as the situation evolves?

    I am always wary of individuals – especially ex military intelligence people – who become esteemed sources of information or opinion for the alternative media. The intelligence industry is surely clever enough to plant people in alternative media, establish their reputation as a reliable source then use them to guide the conversation at critical times during the campaign: the US and UK intelligence agencies will have done this so many times.

    For me, any change of opinion regarding the tide of victory will require at least one victory declaration from NATO. Azovstal does not count as a NATO victory, despite being PRed that way, but I am sure we will hear when NATO has a victory and then we can start assessing whether NATO is “winning”, whatever that means. In the end Russia can crush Europe just by turning off the gas: Russia is not in trouble if they are not even using their big sticks.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 10 2022 #107723
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    @WES said

    I often wonder what it takes for a person to question the official narratives spewed daily by our masters.

    It is not just questioning, I know two intelligent engineers who have questioned the vaccines, but they still go out and get jabbed, despite knowing that they do not work. These people do not need to get jabbed for any particular reason, such as a job etc, but they still do it. Maybe it is spousal pressure, but something overrides their logical thinking and they do it. My suspicion is that they have very strong emotional components to their decision making, maybe they feel strong empathy for the group or the system. Strangely, when I ask them why they got vaxxed, they do not really have an answer, they are not able to clearly state why.

    Of course, there are the others who I consider retards, these are the people who go out and get vaxxed first day, then text everybody about how they got the jab, feeling that they are the cool kids. These are mostly intelligent people too but I put it down to insecurity and dependence on the system. They love the system, they want to do what they can for the system, they will not consider a bad word said against the system.

    In all cases, these people remind me of the safety instructions on an aeroplane: put your oxygen mask on first before you help anybody else to put on their mask. For a minority of us this is natural and does not need saying, but for the majority they would naturally put on little Jimmy’s mask first and only then look after themselves. The vaxxed are these people, they do not make decisions logically, they are driven by emotion first and logic second. They are ripe for being manipulated.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 8 2022 #107602
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    @John Day

    Still posting Zerohedge crap. Why? That is about the most controlled opposition I have ever seen. The most disturbing aspect of their reporting is that you will discover more about what is happening in the real world through the MSM that through Zero Hedge …. they are The Sun of the internet, posting shit to attract people who behave like flies around shit. As for the comments, man, I have seen more sense in the chimpanzee cage than at ZH. Their only credit is that they are anti-establishment, but it is all fake.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 7 2022 #107495
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    WES said

    China is only locking down exporting port cities.

    China is not locking down the pearl river delta or Hong Kong, so there must be something specific to Shanghai and Beijing as the other huge ports are working.

    I suspect that part of the reason may be that the business sector – Zemin’s power base – is seen as pro-western, so by locking down the business sector any collaboration between the west and their business interests in Shanghai, is weakened. This could easily be justified on a national security basis which is likely to be the CCP internal justification for such extended lockdowns, Xi being the inheritor of the security service and military power bases.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 7 2022 #107492
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    On January 18, 2022, with no public awareness, officials from the Biden Administration sent the World Health Organization these extensive amendments to strengthen WHO’s ability to unilaterally intervene into the affairs of nations merely suspected of having a “health emergency” of possible concern to other nations.

    Now we know why Gates is funding WHO, another reason Biden-the-most-corrupt was installed as president and why a crook from Ethiopia-the-most-corrupt was promoted to lead WHO. What a great scam: remove sovereignty from countries one small bit at a time until Davos rules the world.

    We will know a lot more about the Davos plan if both China and Russia also decide to sign up to the Gates-WHO global take over. All the sovereignty-traitors will have to reveal themselves. We already know a lot of them: Trudeau, Ardern, Morrisson, Macron, Marin, Andersson, Scholz etc.

    We already know that Gates is an enemy of humanity and the USA – look how many people he has injured with vaccines yet he still walks free – but now he is vying fot the humanity-enemy-number-one spot and will no-doubt continue to walk free.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 4 2022 #107328
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    The original document that was posted on Denninger’s market-ticker site regarding Pfizer and the FDA: https://home.solari.com/review-of-pfizers-non-clinical-program-by-sasha-latypova/.

    Extract about the author: Sasha Latypova is a Ukrainian-born entrepreneur living in the United States. Most of her professional career was in the pharma/healthcare industry with specific focus on development, validation, regulatory acceptance and commercialization of new clinical technologies and biomarkers.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 2 2022 #107190
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    London Mayor Sadiq Khan has also called for further regulation on social media sites in the name of preventing “prejudice.” “Free speech can’t imply a free go for hatred,” the mayor wrote online after information of the acquisition emerged.

    Only official hatred is allowed: unvaxxed and Russians.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 2 2022 #107188
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    @Trevornoah: “In America you have the right to seek the truth and speak the truth, even if it makes people in power uncomfortable.”

    Without censorship people like Trevor Noah would still be an unknown and real comedians would still be doing the job of standup comedian. No wonder he loves woke and lies so enthusiastically, his salary depends on it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 30 2022 #107085
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    John Day said

    I had COVID for Christmas/New Years, Delta, and I had “believed” in it from mid December 2019, when it didn’t-exist-at-all officially, but that Chinese Ophthalmologist got heavily bullied for his wrong speech, before dying of it in January.

    I have a few friends who also claim to have had Covid. It amazes me how nobody claims to have flu these days. I have one friend who believes his uncle died of Covid. Without reliable tests, I take all these stories with a pinch of salt. Until I see evidence of why flu has been eliminated, I am inclined to take the boring approach and assume all the people claiming to have Covid probably just had flu. I am fairly certain that scientists could have put together an accurate test over the past 24 months, but that does not seem to have happened. Instead we have a set of rubbish tests which franky cannot be relied upon.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 30 2022 #107082
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    @Veracious Poet said

    OK, so if there is only “truth and lies”, what is the lay person going to believe when the “authorities” + their legalized “media” proclaim psyops & propaganda (lies) as “official” real reality?

    You have inadvertently highlighted the problem: there is asolutely no need for a binary decision.

    It is much more helpful to attach a level of confidence to the information you have heard? Instead of accepting information as true or false. One of the biggest problems when talking to progressives is that they just believe most of what they are told by TV and are they determined to defend that position as if they knew something about the subject matter. It is a sign of mental retardation that you accept information either as 100% fact or 100% lie, the truth has to occupy the middle ground, even the question of whether you exist at all cannot be 100%.

    Part of this problem is the insecurity associated with being undecided: people see it as a weakness to be undecided. This insecurity then feeds their defence of their own adopted opinion. This they feeds into their belief that everybody should behave the way they behave, that everybody should do what they do. It is a mental disease and it would be very interesting to know why and how it comes about.

    For example: On the evidence I have seen, the probability is that the Covid virus does not exist. I am happy to see actual evidence that it does exist, but that has not been forthcoming. It is not a reflection on me as to whether Covid exists or not, it is a reflection of the evidence I have seen. Now, I could just put all my faith in Fauci and decide that it 100% exists because Fauci says it exists, but that is the sort of response I would expect from a dog: you pretend to throw the stick, the dog runs after it then becomes puzzled, wondering where the stick is, only to be happy again when you reveal that it was hidden behind your back all the time.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 30 2022 #107081
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    Susmarie108 said

    Today’s selection, Dante Gabriel Rossetti Monna Vanna 1866 is masterfully implemented.

    I am no expert but this painting looks freaky to me: is she a woman or a snake, that small head perched on the top of that very long neck, too long a neck.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 29 2022 #107040
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    The Canadian military said they were alarmed by the report and denied any knowledge that extremists had taken part in training, adding that it does not have the mandate to screen the soldiers they train from other countries.

    I know this is old … Canadian Deputy PM https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrystia_Freeland … but it gets boring watching these WEF psychopaths continuously lie and apparently get away with it. Eventually they will end up getting Canada nuked unless Canada first suffers an economic collapse and has bigger problems to contend with: not that Ukraine is their problem, they just cannot say no to the USA.

    I am sort of hoping they get nuked, mainly because the Canadians would probably still not vote these politicians out even in an economic collapse … even if their voting was not rigged like everywhere else. Another option would be for the people to reclaim their country, but come on, these are Canadians, even the truckers were despised and stopped: Canada obviously hosts some good people, but not enough to bring down the majority of government believers, still believers even when the government is supporting Nazis.

    Depressing but their time will come.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 28 2022 #106961
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    When NATO officers are captured in Mariupol, given that they are effectively mercenaries, should the Russians torture them in the same way as Al Queda were tortured and assasinated by the USA? The USA is not at war with Russia, according to the USA, so how could they complain?

    More interestingly, as everything these days is information warfare, should Russia release videos of the NATO officers being tortured? Would that enable the NATO coutries to escalate the war as planned? This is the first global war where the USA is pro-torture, pro-assassination and pro-murder-of-prisoners-of-war. How should the Russians respond to these baltant breaches of the Geneva convention when dealing with NATO officers?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 27 2022 #106939
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    WES said

    Please remember that many small one man web sites had no choice but to limit covid coverage because otherwise they would have been kicked off by their big tech server hosts.

    No explanation was given at the time by the proprietor and he could have done what many others did and post controversial pages without advertising. As a once loyal visitor I now chose to not visit that site.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 27 2022 #106935
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    Has anyone else noticed the similarity between Zelensky and Greta?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 27 2022 #106927
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    Twitter thread turned into an article by MoA.

    The site that banned comments from anyone expressing doubts that Covid was a real pandemic. Shame.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 26 2022 #106881
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    Kassandra said

    As someone who works in IT (started in 1998 in SF, CA) I had a front row seat for all of it. A friend I used to work with had a theory that working in IT (or with IT all day) was driving people crazy because in essence it meant you were living in an abstraction … Even those of us building systems and deploying code couldn’t really “see” anything we did.

    I started in “IT” in 1985 as an embedded systems engineer using digital/analogue electronics to control mechanical machines of various sorts, so we always got to see what was happening. After some time in defence, I moved into designing and building systems used in car factories then on to other products.

    Most IT these days is calculator work which is dead boring but I did take it up for a while in the finance area – for the money – put it down again to return to embedded systems, then in my later years picked it up again for the money and as an easy option to work towards retirement.

    I understand why SF pays well, the work can be mind numbing – the same as finance with many finance vendors in SF – but it is easy and repetitive so there is not much to challenge an old geezer. I am convinced that without the SF money most electrical/mechanical engineers would gravitate to the embedded systems area and never get to SF or finance. What is worse about SF is all the hype: some new “software package” does something wonderful but when you look into it you discover it is just a reinvention of an old algorithm but now with tons of marketing, the results is tons of duplication.

    The advantage with embedded systems is that you have to get out into the real world, visit a test site, visit a factory, understand the problem, design, trial and test the solution, install the solution, determine whether the solution works, show off the solution to the client.

    You meet all sorts of people who are specialists in all sorts of areas, you see all sorts of technologies and get involved in lots of unexpected speciality areas, such as printing, cars, marine, oil rigs, hifi, ticket machines, etc and you meet lots of people who have worked on different projects, each of which has a different experience from working in different areas.

    I remember talking to someone who was working at Porsche, he was working on an emergency braking system that prevents the car entering a corner at too fast a speed. They had achieved their latest version of the system and were to show it off to the CEO. The big guy gets in the back of the test car, the engineer beside him, the control equipment in the front seat and the professional test driver. They get the car up to speed on the test track and enter a corner too fast: the car hits the arnco barrier and slides round the corner on the arnco, destroying the porsche test car. After the corner they tried to work out what went wrong: it turns out they had forgotten to turn on the test system. How’s that for real life.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 26 2022 #106874
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    In the wake of a court decision to end federal mask mandates, Dr. Ben Carson, former U.S. secretary of the Housing and Urban Development and chief of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, said he is glad there are checks and balances in our system of government but in order to truly restore trust in public health agencies, the mainstream media needs to be held accountable for colluding with the executive branch.

    So the corruption of the CDC and NIH is okay, them being run by big pharma is okay, the real problem is that the media didn’t tell you …. didn’t tell you what? The government has been taken over by corporates, that is not news, we all know that, but those who took the vax refuse to see the reality of the situation and instead think that the government works for the people. Scapegoating the media so that Carson can keep his payoffs from corporates: the whole thing stinks.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 25 2022 #106809
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    One thing we know for sure, is that top Azov Battalion leaders have fled the country, and they are going somewhere to regroup.

    I find this both amusing and encouraging. Would anybody with any cognitive functioning really lay down their lives to support tattooed Nazis? Of course not, which means that they are fighting for money. They fight to help pay their mortgage and some corporate CEO win the battle and get his next US contract.

    The idea that their leaders were ever in Ukraine during the conflict is laughable – they are paid by the US government – but they are building a good picture of fighters driven by principle, even if this is racist Nazi principle which is supposed to go against everything the west “officially” believes. But they are a good motorcycle gang, not like the bad Trump supporting motorcycle gangs in the USA.

    ISIS driven by religion is more believable, but even that is now so ridiculous as to obviously be USA chimps. The fascinating bit is that although the USA creates mercenary groups, gives them a raison d’etre, tries to give them credibility through principle or religion, the interesting bit is that the MSM then manage to make a certain number of the general population feel some sort of sympathy for them. We now have an MSM and other people who are sympathetic to ISIS (fighting Assad) and the Nazis (fighting Putin).

    The above quote mad me laugh because it reads as: “don’t worry, our Nazi leaders are safe and well outside the country, so the whole battalion is not in danger, they will be back to reek revenge”. Kind of like a second world war Bond movie, isn’t it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 23 2022 #106673
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    The award was created by the family of the late president to honor public figures who risk their careers by embracing unpopular positions for the greater good, and is named after Kennedy’s 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning book, “Profiles in Courage.”

    I am not a believer in inheritance, mainly because the inheritors are rarely of the same quality as the talented parent that made the fortune. In fact, most wealthy and famous people seem to sorely lack any parenting skills, resulting in the inheritor being an embarrassment to the family. Now we have the Kennedys gifting an award to someone that helped the deep state to illegally remove a president using gunfire in a square, killing numerous people.

    Regardless of whether you think the deep state was involved in JFK’s death, the award is a very sick joke, actually a kick in the nuts to JFK. I wonder how JFK would feel about his name being used for such an obviously corrupt scumbag as Zelensky and for such a treasonous action, the removal of a president using a military coup to aid a foreign power.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 23 2022 #106672
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    The award was created by the family of the late president to honor public figures who risk their careers by embracing unpopular positions for the greater good

    Zelensky was a z-level actor, hyped into a b-level actor by a totally corrupt oligarch, then hyped into President of Ukraine by the same corrupt oligarch working with the USA state department, both of which ensured that Zelensky was gifted many hundreds of millions of dollars in return for destroying Ukraine. Zelensky then obliterated anyone that opposed him, so he turned his unpopular position into a neutral position.

    Where in this career do you see a sacrifice for the greater good? I understand, they mean a greater good for the US deep state, not a greater good for the Ukraine.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 22 2022 #106628
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 20 2022 #106483
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    @Figmund Sreud said ,,,

    The wise are the lovers of the harsh, unadulterated truth. They are capable of looking into the abyss without fear and trembling. They recognise neither God nor moral imperatives. They are devoted above all else to their own pursuit of the “higher” pleasures, which amount to consorting with their “puppies” or young initiates.

    A perfect description of Jimmy Saville. Maybe that is why the British establishment were attracted to his shit.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 20 2022 #106482
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    @Germ said

    The good news is that Julian Assange most probably won’t be going to the US.
    The sad news is that it’s because he will likely end his own life in Belmarsh.
    It is beyond shameful what they’ve done to him.

    It could be argued that the aim has always been to kill him without turning him into a hero. An objective made easier as the British establishment loses its reluctance to be seen as the corrupting influence.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 17 2022 #106292
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    Dr D said …

    Mild tsunami up NY harbor to Albany, sink key ships of a carrier group off the Chesapeake from halfway around the world, but probably something I can’t think of that will mean more to military planners.

    Totally agree that Russia will have to take this to the US mainland where the people will not have the stomach to continue fighting, but the lesson has to be permanent and iconic. Sinking ships the evidence is gone and the US people will soon forget, so ideally the target will be something iconic that is protected by the US military. All I can think of is Fort Knox: it is iconic, protected by the military but of no military significance, yet huge psychological significance. But as you say, the military will have better ideas.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 17 2022 #106286
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    Well, I would not criticize Zelensky. He’s acting with great courage, great integrity.

    Noam Chomsky is so disingenuous as to be unreadable, the man is a liar and a fraud working against the best interests of us the people.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 17 2022 #106285
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    Shanghai – Kids taken away

    Based on a headline in the Sun? There must be some mistake.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 12 2022 #105985
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    To those worried about vaccinated people getting sick and how that impacts unvaxxed people.

    The Covid scam is a PCR test, there is no virus. Belief in Covid the Virus is just buying into their game. As I said right at the start, two years ago, this entire scam depends on PCR testing and marketing. Stand back and look at it and be honest about what you see.

    I used to live in Africa and when there was an epidemic, the first you would know about it would be long queues of sick people lined up outside clinics: these people were queuing because they were sick and as a result decided to go to the clinic. It was always very real and it took a few days to actually find out what was happening. That is how REAL pandemics work.

    The Covid scam used a mass media campaign to strike the fear of god into everybody, young and old: granny may die, you may kill her by infecting her. The campaign tells people to go get tested, the tests are processed in government contractor labs which set the number of cycles as required by the government, the number of cycles controlling the number of false positives. The false positives are scared into believing in “asymptomatic cases” (new “science” created for this scam), then feeds “case numbers” back into the marketing which heavily focuses on cases, not illness. The amount of positive feedback is controlled by the governments changing the cycle number, depending on how many “asymptomatic cases” they need for their next policy change.

    I have friends who claim to have had Covid this year, surprisingly I do not have any friends who claim to have had flu this year, but the number of people claiming to have had Covid is about the same as claim to have had flu in a pre-Covid year. Now, isn’t that amazing.

    The most disappointing aspect of Covid is that the general public were willing to beleive anything: I include “asymptomatic case” in that as well as “inferior natural immunity”. All these people went to school, all these people can read, yet Covid comes along and they let the snake oil salesmen con them: a bit like being conned into believing that some new potion will prevent you from vaopurising, paying the money, yet knowing there is no danger of vaopurising. What happened to people’s brains?

    PCR is still being used, depite being completely pulled apart as a scam. China, Russia, USA, Europe, they were all in on this scam, China is still using it to lock down Shanghai.

    Some believers still say to me “overall death rates went up so Covid must exist”: of course they went up, that’s what happens when you stop people exercising to keep healthy, withdraw healthcare from the sick etc. What did you expect to happen? That a sedantary indoor lifestyle was now more healthy than an active outdoor lifestyle?

    The Covid scam is an abuse of society by the leaders of society. It is a first world plan geared to helping the rich keep their wealth and power despite their continual theft having destroyed everything in it path, now including society. These people want to be the leaders of the future and Covid is a tool they are using, this has never had anything to do with health, they are conning you, they are using persuasion mechanics to nudge you to do what they want.

    There is no Covid Virus, there is nothing more to fear than there was in 2019.

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    @Oroboros said

    Canada Will Soon Be Offering Doctor-Assisted Death For People Who Are Mentally Ill

    The Pfizer Clown Fauci started offering that injection to the same victims a year ago: USA beats Canada once again.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 11 2022 #105933
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    Austria’s chancellor is set to meet Vladimir Putin on Monday, the Russian president’s first face-to-face meeting with an EU leader since ordering the invasion of Ukraine, amid warnings of a fresh offensive and shelling in the east. Karl Nehammer said the meeting would take place in Moscow and that Austria had a “clear position on the Russian war of aggression”,

    Reading this, all actions by Russia are Putin’s fault whereas Austria’s chancellor’s name is not important and has not yet been mentioned. When the goodies are simply countries but the badies are individuals, you know that you are reading the Toytown Express. Like when reading “since ordering the invasion of Ukraine” it makes you think “naughty Putin”.

    Thanks for including this article, I am always pleased to see that my judgement of people like Harding is still totally on target: he lies for the British government.

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    The Ukraine war has confirmed for me that Covid was a total scam. I never really believed that Covid ever existed but after such a long time my confidence was waning, only to be boosted by the Ukraine war. I am now confident that the whole thing is a scam based on the PCR tests.

    I am also now confident that both China and the USA oligarchs are in on the Covid scam. For the USA oligarchs this is a perfect mechanism for controlled demolition of the USA and Europe economies while the Ukraine war ensures that Europe, Australia and Ukraine is not tempted to ally with Russia and China in times of trouble: I suspect the gas pipeline from Russia was all part of this plan as it was built by the west then used by the west as an imminent threat so an excuse to defend Europe from Russian influence.

    Obviously the climate change/green energy scam was also part of this plan, using the throttling of energy to control the demolition of the economies – Germany closing its nuclear reactors before replacement energy supplies come online? Really, in Germany? Impossible!

    Yes, there was obviously a lot of help from the treacherous Europen politicians.

    China benefits from all of this: remove the superpower preventing Taiwan integration (Xi will no doubt have arranged with the west when that will happen), an opportunity to become top dog in the world (Xi must have wet dreams about this), Covid is the perfect excuse to enact the throttling of supply lines while the domestic audience consumes the bad Americans blame game.

    Of course, this means that the Zero-Covid policy in China will persist until supply lines are unrecoverable and the permanent damage done to the USA. Do not forget that a lot of the USA and Europe oligarchs have huge investments in China and Russia, so their fortunes are not threatened.

    Maybe this is why Russia is not totally demolishing Ukraine: the battle in Ukraine is for show, it is not for all the marbles.

    For me the whole game is becoming clearer: one unanswered question is what is Russia getting out of this deal, for it seems to me to be impossible that Russia is not a part of the greater plan. Sure, Russia has to play its “bad guy” role for Europe and the USA, but once that is over, what will the China, USA and European oligarchs give to Russia? That is not clear at the moment. Obviously it will make a lot of money out of this, but what else?

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    Given the dedication of western politicians to the goal of economic death, I am wondering how long it will be before the large German companies – Bosch, BMW, Mercedes etc – decide to move their research and design functions to China as well as all component manufacturing to the BRICS.

    Keeping those functions in Europe will almost certainly mean the death of the companies given that they will have to close their factories in Germany if their is no energy supply and heavily reduced demand, retaining their existing factories in China. Obviously the CEOs will not do this yet, they will always be behind the ball, but this has to start soon otherwise these companies will die forever. The similarly interesting issue is whether China will be willing to import the European specialists needed to perform these functions.

    Alternatively, will the CEOs, as part of the Davos crowd, simply let the companies die?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 8 2022 #105727
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    The oligarchs are destroying Europe, there is no suicide involved, the people of Europe want their lives and countries to continue: this is murder, not suicide. The Finland and Sweden leaders are both WEF, so we know who they follow and that they are not loyal to their countries, so they will be used to put more pressure on Russia, which is such a stupid move.

    NATO’s increasing pressure on Russia is interesting because as the Russians become more weary of the war, the Russian leadership will abandon its soft goals of trying not to destroy Ukraine infrastructure, keeping the Ukrainian people on side, being the aggreived party in Europe etc. As they abandon these nice-to-have goals their tactics will change and the conflict will descend into all-out war with mass kiling: Russia and China against NATO. Once the soft goals are abandoned, the real goals of ensuring survival will take over. NATO is betting that at that stage Putin’s leadership team will surrender rather than push the nuclear button.

    The Russians have a history of fighting to the last man: they do not have a history of surrender. Russia cannot win a conventional war against NATO, so any war against NATO requires Russia to use nuclear weapons. The decision to force Russia to confront NATO and hence revert to nuclear weapons during the war, is being pushed now: this is a huge gamble that NATO will lose. As thinking changes during this war and Russia moves more into survival mode, the more likely nuclear becomes, and who could blame Russia for insisting on survival.

    The one clear message this whole debacle tells us, as if we didn’t know, is that the oligarchs are happy to sacrifice all the plebs and the world as we know it rather than lose their power and wealth. The oligarchs will be killing off millions of the plebs anyway, using nuclear war or vaccines, so they have already decided not to care about lives lost. Obviously they would rather nuclear war did not destroy everything, but if the alternative is to become a pleb then they have opted for nuclear war as the preferred option.

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    @ Dr D said

    No one in America has any morality, or they would notice. That “Morality” comes from “God”, however you define it. We have no faith, no god, only ourselves and ego, therefore no connection to morality or principle.

    Reference the post-modern philosophy of life, the anti-family mob who insist that America will be stronger with gay parents raising transgender children: the war against objective morality. Nietzsche’s pop psychology, offering responsibility-free, truth-free, hence meaning-free, living has been indicrinated into the majority by academics. Now we are all in danger as the youth have grown into adults and been put into positions of responsibility.

    One mystery is what happens as the decline accelerates? I am sure we will all be here to witness it. At what point will the change take place where those in power are replaced by traditional male leadership stereotypes. Or is this just my bias thinking that people will be sensible enough to return to “what works”, as in a return to the strong family unit being the core of any successful civilization.

    This, to me, is the difference between the Western collapse and the Chinese Cultural Revolution. The Chinese never lost their commitment to the strong family unit, and Chinese rural society still relies heavily on the wider family: “rural” because modern city living slowly destroys society so we must wait to see what it does to China. The West has slowly lost that commitment to family over the past sixty years and is now lost, a house built on sand.

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    Chinese pets: China withdrew that order, it was explained as a miscommunication. The pets are okay.

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    @Dr D Do you have an opinion on this piece, if so I would be interested to hear it in the light of the great analysis you did right at the start of these sanctions.

    Is Russia the REAL target of Western sanctions?

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    @Mr House said

    why are you unable to ever answer questions and just shoot off insults? What do you get out of coming here and posting what you post?

    Come on, he is still an avid left winger, actually a communist, who should have grown out of his naivete over the years but has failed to do so, his friends all moving on without him. I say this because he is certainly an advocate of globalist policies such as vaccinations, lockdowns etc. As the globalists are communists I think it is fair to think of deflationista as a left behind communist who is living in the past and is a bit lost without his activist friends, so he comes here to kick up a fuss to show the world that real diehard communists still exist and will never betray the cause.

    In other words, he’s nuts.

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    @deflationista said

    SHOCKING!

    Ivermectin: the largest randomized, double-blind trial yet conducted, with early treatment, indicates there is no difference compared with placebo. It doesn’t work. Period. https://t.co/wiFygjRgkk
    just published @NEJM pic.twitter.com/uZ0mMZnO0E

    — Eric Topol (@EricTopol) March 30, 2022

    Ha ha, they as good as admit in the intro of the study that their aim is to further the take up of vaccines and to dispell myths about alternative existing remedies. Why would I believe any of this shite now, just reading the intro tells you that these people are willing to kill and lie to benefit their careers. Why bring out such a study two years after it could have been of any use to anyone is kind of weird, especially such a small study, they were obviously very keen to save lives … not.

    But, if you want to believe this nonsense then keep subscribing to gatesnotes.com, there is plenty more shite on that site you can lap up.

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