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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle July 4 2021 #78871
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    Ivermectin
    Confiscated by Canada Border Services.
    At least they sent a letter confirming the confiscation

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 21 2021 #77919
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    Most of my friends have gotten “the jab” None are willing to do the magnet test.
    If one has no rare earth magnets, a test with a compass might suffice.
    The compass needle should deflect if there was sufficient ferrous metal to make a magnet stick to flesh.
    Doesn’t everybody have some kind of compass lying around?
    I am going to try that on some unsuspecting people that are “vaxxed”
    Not me.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 30 2021 #76307
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    @germ

    You can email the manager there, Anil Ganwani, directly on kmpl1015@gmail.com

    Tell him what you would like and provide your address.
    He send you a price inc. postage.
    I paid using my Revolut card.
    The items then arrive in the UK about 2 weeks later.

    Unfortunately, they won’t ship to Canada, same as most other drug suppliers in India.
    Canada Border Services won’t allow entry. It is not allowed to say Ivermectin here.
    Premier of Manitoba comes unglued when someone asks a question that includes the word.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 27 2021 #76067
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    my last 2 posts, one yesterday and a previous one today did not appear?

    @polder Dweller
    I am fortunate to know several who will not get the vaccination.
    Unfortunately I also know many more have or will.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 23 2021 #75796
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    @ Germ

    Your comment #75783

    As Michael Reid said

    “The Drug that Cracked Covid” article is a must read.

    I have forwarded that link to many and encouraged them to do likewise

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2021 #75508
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    @ Dr D
    “What is that distracting us from?”
    Been wondering about this for a while now. I’m no longer giving much attention to covid related stuff.
    We’ve learned about Inver, etc. from Dr Day. Thanx.
    The “official” pronouncements change daily, no need to go there except to note their direction.
    Locally, it’s quite a bit of “I am not going to mask” met with relief and mask removal by the other person(s). Regional case tally near none, though heavy restrictions are officially mandated.

    What’s next?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 12 2021 #75135
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    Our gov’t here in Canada has been encouraging the mixing of v”vaccine” brands
    Now this
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/vaccines-mixing-doses-1.6023830
    Maybe not so good after all.
    Whoodathunk it?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 8 2021 #74807
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    “Give them an alternate team. By that I don’t mean form a party or coalition. By that, I mean act as if you belong to the greatest team around even and especially when you’re alone, acting solo, and going against the current.”
    When asked by the vaccinated if I got the vaccination, I have been replying “I’m a part of the control group”
    The usual response is usually a sort of confused smile.
    Kinda fun.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 30 2021 #74221
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    @ Doc Robinson: Thanks for those links. I have an Israeli friend who needs convincing, The People Committee links are a start, though more and more powerful links are needed for examples to even get doubter to have a look.
    Anybody have more?
    Kind regards
    Cloudhidden

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 30 2021 #74217
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    Dr Sucharit Bhakdi, in a recently linked video mentions the post-vaccination problems in Israel.
    Others have also mentioned this in passing, though without offering any supporting evidence.
    I have not found articles to back up the reports of adverse reactions or increased transmissibility. Seems everything there is just rosy pink.
    Can anyone provide links to severely adverse reactions to the vaccines in what is probably the most vaccinated country?
    BTW, I choose to remain in the “control group”
    Thanks

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 17 2021 #73335
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    Canada suspends it’s military training mission in Ukraine. Covid is the excuse.
    More likely preparing to get out of Dodge.
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ukraine-training-mission-canadian-forces-covid-pandemic-1.5991602
    Comments on that page are not pleased with Canada’s involvement there.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 15 2021 #73229
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    @ my parents
    Tried that approach yesterday and got the same result. We both enjoyed the transaction and being able to see each other’s faces.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 9 2021 #72826
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    @ Dr. D, re: Beat the Devil
    +++++ Ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
    &
    to repeat and and augment Bill7
    “Hear, effing hear, Sir!”

    in reply to: Science? What Science? #72486
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    @ Ilargi….Thanks, got it
    And many many thanks for being there for this community of your readers.
    You bring us all together here daily..
    Thanks also to all of you who provide such rich reading and different perspectives
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    @ Wes re off grid. Not necessary for us, but unplugged 9 years ago to avoid smart-meter. Self installed system, cost $20K CAD, Use small diesel generator for winter (sun below tree line and cloudy)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 4 2021 #72449
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 3 2021 #72391
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    Raul: you mentioned Shayam
    ” I’m a fan of Shayam Solutions, because they went the extra mile and then some to get it to me in Athens. But it’s different if you’re stateside. Still, give them some business. They deserve it.”
    Can you provide a link? I seem to be unable to find them on DuckDuck.
    Thank you.
    And thanks to all the commenters in recent days……much additional information from many of you.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle April 2 2021 #72281
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    @ absolute galore
    “And has anybody here actually ordered from that India link that JD posted a while ago?”

    Ordered and received. Took about 6 weeks.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 28 2021 #71930
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    Zerosum said
    ““Why did you decide to get this shot?”
    “Peace.
    Pressure from family.”

    I know several who are very aware of the “vaccine” risks and repeatedly said they would not take it. Recently, most of those have admitted that they “got the jab”
    When asked why, they invariably answered something like “family pressure” or “they wouldn’t let me see the grandchildren”
    Lots of pressure from every direction.
    The hype, the fear…………

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 11 2021 #70991
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    Dr John Day
    “Posts now all getting blocked” and “The blocking is quite bad right now. Maybe it’s the ivermectin
    stories”
    Looks like at least some of the doctors that belong to America’s Front Line Doctors are now being targeted. Here is a top-of-page story on CBC today
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/nl-doctor-peter-morry-caution-social-media-posts-cpsnl-1.5944589
    We can see the attack on Ivermectin and other not-profitable-for-Big-Pharma drugs, now its an attack on doctors who ask questions.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 8 2021 #70810
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 28 2021 #70311
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    Raul, TAE displays in a bit different format and font today. A host change or?
    Thanks for continuing to keep us informed and welcome to the new commentors.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 26 2021 #70220
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    Ordered from this company: http://medstoreproducts.com/page/about
    Ivermectin arrived safely today. Tracking number was requested and provided so we could see where it was for the whole delivery sequence from India. Purchase can be completed with credit card or Bitcoin. No confirmation of purchase is provided, but after 24 hours, we got an email saying that the order was completed and shipped. The website might look a little sketchy, but maybe it is just different format than we are used to. Transaction worked flawlessly for shipping to Canada, of course, YMMV.
    Thanks to John Day for Ivermectin info

    in reply to: Lockdown Syndrome #70091
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    Also posted on today’s Debt Rattle………

    Cat gets out of the bag…..
    From CBC News

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/covid-19-vaccination-scotland-hospitalization-1.5922714

    “vaccines were found to reduce the risk of hospitalization”

    Apparently they are admitting that, though vaccinated, one can still get the virus, but symptoms are not as bad. So the vaccines offer no better protection than the rejected (non profit making) alternatives that are very effective, inexpensive, readily available, and are known to have very few side effects.
    . Editors apparently approved this for publication prior to having their morning coffee. Wonder how quickly this story gets pulled?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 22 2021 #70090
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    Cat gets out of the bag…..

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/covid-19-vaccination-scotland-hospitalization-1.5922714

    “vaccines were found to reduce the risk of hospitalization”

    Apparently they are admitting that, though vaccinated, one  can still get the virus, but symptoms are not as bad. So the vaccines offer no better protection than the rejected (non profit making) alternatives that are very effective, inexpensive, readily available, and are known to have very few side effects.
    . Editors apparently approved this for publication prior to having their morning coffee. Wonder how quickly this story gets pulled?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 19 2021 #69954
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    Phoenixvoice said “I don’t find it unreasonable for a home to have a fireplace or wood stove as a back up to typical home heating systems…”
    Unfortunately, many areas prohibit wood burning appliances. A nearby town has a blanket prohibition on use of wood stoves or fireplaces. This is a town surrounded by forest and supports a significant logging industry. Another example of gov’t “helping” . There is a effort to ban woodstoves in rural areas here too. In heavily forested western Canada .
    BTW, the wood stove ban in the above town was introduced when a nat gas pipeline was extended to said town. Now everyone there has to rely on electric grid of a gas pipeline (in earthquake country) for heat.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 11 2021 #69583
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    @ John Day & Sumac.Carol
    You may be relative rural newbies, but hang in there. Nearly 40 years ago, I was a city boy but thought re: the then current political, environmental, and economic situation “this cannot continue”. Moved to a rural area (island actually) We were younger then and had no money, but a lot of energy to clear land, make mistakes, and build our own house. There weren’t any contractors then, but there were books, We learned. About 10 years ago, an old timer here called me an old timer…..I knew i had arrived……..finally. It’s Canada, but we do grow peaches. Carol, maybe you can try Red Haven.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 28 2021 #68967
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    @D Benton Smith
    For Christ’s sake……..we want and need a diversity of views here, yours included.
    Yours Included.
    Please, stick around.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 27 2021 #68926
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    @ John Day
    I believe the photo of Fidel, Margaret Trudeau, and the baby was taken in 1976.
    Justin was about 5 years old then. The baby was his younger brother Michael
    That said, Justin and Fidel sure do look similar, far more than Justin/Pierre

    in reply to: Cows and Acres and 1840 #67125
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    Mr. House
    ” Build that farm up, they’re just gonna come and take it from you. What’s that? You aren’t bothering anyone and just supporting your own family? Well your farm isn’t inclusive to the rest of society and must be taken from you so that all of society can be involved.”
    Unfortunately all too true. My wife grew up in an Eastern bloc country. That is exactly what happened to her family farm, and all others too. Taken by people who had no idea about how to farm, only to bully, steal, imprison.
    And, we’ve been off-grid and growing our own food for about 10 years. It ain’t easy, and there is a lot that cannot be grown in this climate and location. No illusions here about being able to do this indefinitely without external inputs, and we have a lot of first-hand experience. “Sustainable” in the greenie terminology is total B.S.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 8 2020 #66580
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    Here we go!
    That one did not take long.

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/covid-19-coronavirus-ontario-december-8-update-1.5832467

    Ontario is planning to issue some kind of proof-of-vaccination card to those who receive their shots.

    “That will be very important for people to have, for travel purposes and perhaps work purposes or going to theatres or cinemas or any other places where people will be in close physical contact when we get through the worst of the pandemic,” said Health Minister Christine Elliott on Tuesday.

    “So yes, that will be essential for people to have that,”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 15 2020 #65626
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    Perhaps D.B. had reached his Popeye moment.
    “that’s all I can stands ’cause I can’t stands no more”

    “Sanctions are not war. To equate them is simply stupid”
    I have to agree with that point of view, having done the war part.
    Dead is very far from deprived.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 30 2020 #63936
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    Politicians…………integrity
    As Joe would say, “come on, man”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 29 2020 #63902
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    @sumac.carol
    Re the production cost of good food. Amen, it’s very difficult to make money as a small producer..
    We won’t sell any of what we grow, it takes far too much effort for the ROI.
    What surplus we produce is given away…….that’s worth far more than the paltry amount of $ we might have gotten.

    in reply to: A Society of Emasculated Liars #62532
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    @ Maxwell Quest………..totally agree with yr pov and thinking re: Dr. D.

    in reply to: A Society of Emasculated Liars #62527
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    Is Dr D a real doctor?
    Well IIRC he has said on this blog that he is not a medical doctor. He may be a doctor (PHD) of another discipline, however.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 18 2020 #62284
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    Susan B. Anthony ? ? ?

    and we were thinking Assange

    WTF

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 12 2020 #62091
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    @ John Day
    quote from you a couple of days ago “In the future, if it works out that way, they will look back and wonder what possessed us, as we wonder about the rush into WW-2, but we can’t understand, because we were not under the pervasive influence of the group mind of that time.
    I see this now.
    I’m probably a goner, soon…”
    What did you mean there? “I’m probably a goner soon.”
    My wife(as am I) is very curious to know why the “goner” reference.
    Kind regards
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 19 2020 #61299
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    try this:
    stand about 1 foot away and face a window or mirror
    inhale a few grains of pepper
    sneeze
    observe the glass surface

    repeat , this time with a handkerchief over your nose/mouth and direct sneeze to another area of the glass
    observe the surface

    tell me masks do not work

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 14 2020 #61121
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    I see a lot of anti-mask sentiment in the comments here today. It is quite true, masks won’t protect you very much. The point is that they DO protect others. Same as covering you nose/mouth when you sneeze.Did you not learn that when you were a kid? My wife’s sister is a senior ministry of health official in an Eastern European country that was an early adopter of precautions. They have experienced a quite low rate of transmission and deaths because of widespread acceptance of those precautions. (death rate of 33 per million population) It has been noted there that when their precautions are relaxed, cases and deaths increase noticeably. We get the medical information from her as family without the political slant.
    Also those who are nay-sayers, pointing to the high number of cases vs deaths in the world in general are incorrectly focused on a “recovery or death” situation. However, it is now becoming apparent that there are large numbers of down-the-road consequences. Here’s a link that explains some of those currently known https://elemental.medium.com/every-covid-19-symptom-we-know-about-right-now-from-head-to-toe-bd1d47584096
    Personally I don’t like wearing a mask, but do so when in public in order to protect my neighbours. I wear latex gloves to protect myself. It’s no big deal. Lest you might think I am buying the political line, not so. If asked to label myself, I would gravitate towards libertarian. Taking precautions against a disease that we still know little about (maybe by design) is small cost in my way of thinking.
    I don’t care what others may think (assume ) are my motives. As for avoiding groups and gatherings, again, no problem. I am happy with my own company, and run a small business that requires little in person interaction with others.
    Hard to fight the system if you are dead or incapacitated.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 4 2020 #54782
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    @ Dr. D……I recall that recently you wrote about two different strains of the virus.
    I thought that might be a stretch. Apparently not. This would explain why some locations have more serious outbreaks and deaths.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-8073543/TWO-strains-killer-coronavirus-spreading-study-claims.html

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