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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2020 #54293
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2020 #54292
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    I’m confident our fearless ‘leaders’ world wide don’t have aenough common sense not to put their hand into a moving fan blade.

    Fan Hand

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2020 #54289
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    Dr D’s rant captures the current surreal zeitgeist of Covid-19.

    I have longed for a quintessential term to describe the current ‘brain trust’ of each and every country on earth. Not bureaucrat, not nomenklatura, something closer to a mindboggling lack of common sense.

    Ladder of Success

    World ‘leaders’ aren’t children or adolescence or teens, even thought they act like them, but are too old.

    But they’re NOT adults either, in any conceivable sense of the word.

    So what’s the correct term?

    I winnowed it down to Sub-adult.

    The Germans might say Untererwachsenen

    It has a ‘Negative Clank’, reminiscent of something vaguely sinister.

    An example of a Sub-adult,

    to wit: Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

    She is still pimping the 14 day quarantine window when an overwhelming amount of data reports suggests a min. of 21-24 days and some data suggests longer than a month+

    Surely she read the memos and dispatches from the trenches and front lines. The MSM should be drawn and quartered for their criminal lack of honest, accurate reporting but She, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, has a better Intel, smokes better weed.

    But that’s the thing about Sub-adults, they are infatuated with their own title and job description and don’t think about, well, anything, other than what her underlings deposited on the teleprompter for her to regurgitate in the limelight.

    So even a derogatory epithet like Sub-adult doesn’t even register on their unevolved brain pans.

    I frankly don’t think humans and humanity are wise enough to survive anymore.

    The cheerleaders for unchecked human population for the last century are going to be surprised how Covid-19 is going to rip a swath through 7 billion hyper connected individuals.

    And Covid-19 is just the first ‘Proof of Concept’ to be leaked from the Doomsday Bio-labs,which shouldn’t even exist if not for Sub-adults.

    It makes nuclear weapons seem quaint and cute as a kitten.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 22 2020 #54234
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    They called it “Spanish influenza” because all the other countries at the time, except Spain, censored their news media and banned them from reporting on the growing contagion.

    Spanish news reported how bad it was and how bad it was trending and got rewarded historically by having their name associated with the origin of the plague.

    Maybe China wants it to be remembered as the Korean Corona outbreak.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 22 2020 #54232
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    A number of US hospitals can’t get their mask orders filled and are instituting rationing of medical supplies, like Now, to just the personnel in critical care units. Hey, the fireworks haven’t even begun and the ‘authorities are being caught flat footed.

    Inspires confidence in ‘leadership’, aye?

    One of The Fourth Turning’s major premises, losing basic faith in the top level of the nation.

    World Leadership
    World Leadership

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 22 2020 #54231
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    Running Lackey DogRunning Lackey Dog

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 22 2020 #54230
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    “..the scariest development in the past 24 hours is that almost all patients at a psychiatric ward of a South Korean hospital tested positive for the coronavirus…” WTF?

    “…of the total 443 confirmed cases in South Korea, more than half, or 231 were linked to Daegu and the Shincheonji Church of Jesus sect, while at least 111 – including four nurses – were from the psychiatric ward of the hospital in Cheongdo County.

    The Korean infected numbers are doubling each day now, a true exponential curve. Chinese reporting is being exposed as the Big Lie and hoax it is and social media will spread the truth throughout China and the world. Once this Big Lie of China sinks in to the global community, China’s ‘brand’ will be ashes in the mouth and their economy will burst in the noon day sun.

    So who’s the Running Dog Lackey now?

    in reply to: Go Forth and Multiply #54147
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    To shed some light on diseases and race and/or ethnicity, some contend there are no differences in humans, that essentially you can’t have a disease effect a specific race or ethnicity, and certainly not ‘design’ or bio=weaponize an ailment targeting a specific race or ethnicity.

    Here’s some examples however of diseases linked to specific groups.

    Cystic fibrosis, the most common life-limiting autosomal recessive disease among people of Northern European heritage

    Sickle-cell anemia, most prevalent in populations with sub-Saharan African ancestry but also common among Latin-American, Middle Eastern populations, as well as those people of South European regions such as Turkey, Greece, and Italy

    Thalassemia, most prevalent in populations having Mediterranean ancestry, to the point that the disease’s name is derived from Greek thalasson, “sea”

    Tay–Sachs disease, an autosomal recessive disorder most common among Ashkenazi Jews, French Canadians of Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Cajuns of Louisiana and Old Order Amish of Pennsylvania

    Hereditary hemochromatosis, most common among persons having Northern European ancestry, in particular those people of Celtic descent

    Hermansky–Pudlak syndrome, most common among Puerto Ricans

    etc… there are more examples, do your own research.

    These examples fly in the face of the politically correct crowd who think we are all equally prone to all human ailments. Well , wrong, ding,ding,ding

    in reply to: Go Forth and Multiply #54142
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    I highly recommend Chris Martenson’s Youtube Coronavirus summary, he publishes it almost ever day in the evening 7-8.
    He has a couple dozen youtubes 15-30 minutes each wrapping up what news articles he can aggregate about Covid-19.

    His website Peak Prosperity has links to this summaries. He has been a financial researcher and former pharmaceutical executive before starting his own business.

    In an early life he was Dr. Chris Martenson who holds a PhD in Pathology and Neurotoxicology from Duke University. Duke oddly enough, has a Virology Institute that is directly linked with the Chinese Virology entity in Wuhan.

    I’m in no way shilling for Chris’ website, his Coronavirus youtubes are free and I consider them an island of sanity in a sea of Bedlam and incompetence by the MSM, who having behaved with criminal negligence in informing the public of how incredibly dangerous this Covid-19 is shaping up to be.

    Here is the link to last night’s youtube’s wrap-up.
    Coronavirus Infections Outside Of China Are Growing Exponentially

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 20 2020 #54130
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    The US, and many other countries, has never had an honest debate on immigration, ever.

    Just people waving slogans and their conformation bias around like they were actual reasoned positions.

    Covid-19 or the new nom de plume: SARS-CoV-2 is going to give us all a real education on what Borders mean.

    You know, Boundaries.

    2 year olds discover Boundaries, this is Me, this is Not me.

    The Open Border Crowd of Wokesterism Sanctuary Cities won’t even acknowledge what most 2 year olds know, this is Me, this is Not me.

    Countries have Boundaries, what a shock.

    Cruise Ships have Boundaries, what a shock.

    Greece has Boundaries, what a shock, Turkey is going to bring that one home for them but good.

    Humans have Boundaries, what a shock, who coulda known?

    Inside my skin vs outside my skin. I’m NOT you. How fascist, how racist of me to mention it.

    The Open Border Crowd of Wokesterism Sanctuary Cities won’t even acknowledge any of these points, Imagine.

    “.. I hope someday you’ll join us and the world will live as one,
    Imagine all the people sharing all the world…”

    Oops! I don’t think John considered the shear practical utility of Borders in a global pandemic.

    The Diamond Princess Clusterfuck is the Japanese version of the U.S. Katrina Crack Response to a national crisis. Sweet!

    I can see a lot was learned since Katrina! The Japanese have done such an amazing job managing their banking system and economy these past couple decades, I feel confident they can shepherd the country through a pandemic during an Olympics!

    The current Japanese government seem perfectly suited to hosting the Olympics, or hosting something at least.

    The coronavirus plague is going to reverse engineer everyone’s understanding of how present Boundaries around actual Countries work, or not, as the case may be. A real Spectacle for the unwashed masses!

    Smuggling stuff or smuggling people into Countries across their BORDERS is going to become a topic of conversation I Imagine soon.

    Humanity dragged kicking, screaming and coughing into an honest discussion of Boundaries?

    Never gonna happen.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 19 2020 #54106
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    Mini Mike Bloomberg is a Classic example of the Napoleon Complex.

    We’ll see in the Great Debates soon!

    “In 2018, evolutionary psychologist Mark van Vugt and his team at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam found evidence for the Napoleon complex in human males. Men of short stature behaved more (indirectly) aggressive in interactions with taller men. Their evolutionary psychology hypothesis argues that in competitive situations when males, human or nonhuman, receive cues that they are physically outcompeted, the Napoleon complex psychology kicks in: physically weaker males should adopt alternative behavioral strategies to level the playing field, including showing indirect aggression and coalition building.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 19 2020 #54104
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    “…the British were also capable of making refined and sophisticated sculptures back in the day. Take Stonehenge!’


    When the Romans pulled out of Britain in the 4th century, the native population ‘forgot’ how to make pottery of any quality for five hundred years or so. Think about that, five centuries it took to reinvent common dinner dishes. Take to any archeologist study Britain in the Dark Ages and they’ll tell you pottery is one of the main tools of chronology when dating ruins. The native British pottery from 4th to 9th centuries was so crappy hardly any even survived in the ground. It was barely fired to proper hardness.

    So stealing Greek masterpieces made a thousand years earlier than the sub third world British ‘pottery’ of the Dark Ages kinda makes England look like pretentious posers on a monumental scale.

    Housing them in the British Museum in Old Blightly is truly insult upon injury.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 19 2020 #54096
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    Whitey Bulger an LSD, what a craptastic idea.
    Leave it to the Monsters who ran MK-Ultra and never were punished for their crimes against humanity.

    Jasun Horsley has written extensively about MK-Ultra and other such skullduggery.

    Prisoner of Infinity and The Vice of Kings among others.

    Also covers how deformed and demented creatures like Jeffery Epstein slithered through humanity unmolested by Justice.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 17 2020 #54057
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    No we would not.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 17 2020 #54056
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    Would We Still Have Power & Water If We Had A Massive Coronavirus Quarantine In The US?


    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 17 2020 #54051
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    Both China and India produce the base chemicals for pretty much all world meds.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 17 2020 #54048
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    Global supply chain are toast at this point.

    There never was a plan ‘B’ in efficient ‘just in time’ supply chains vs costlier redundant backup inventory warehouses.

    There is no way in hell to correct such a colossal mis-allocation of resources into the blind alley of ‘just in time’.

    Smart thinking of all the things, little and large, that you’d miss if their supply chain really broke but good.

    The story of armed men robbing a truck in Hong Kong for a couple hundred rolls of toilet paper comes to mind. Imagine getting shot and dying for a delivery load of toilet paper, imagine that as your epitaph.

    Many municipal water systems have replaced older US made pumps with Chinese knockoffs to save money over the last few decades. The US companies and factories that made them and spare parts are gone. The Chinese factories are shut down and quarantined, there are very few spare parts in the supply chain. Do you like safe potable water? Well, maybe you’ll just have to due without ‘for awhile’.

    How about your Meds? Do you really need them? Well 96% of them are made in China, Including all the ones there are frantically trying to use on Coronavirus patients desperately hoping something will work. Well, will you trust your Chinese meds aren’t tainted from now on. Did you have much faith in Chinese quality control safety regulations before the Covid19 Ninja virus? How about now and going forward?

    I Told You I Was Sick

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 13 2020 #53902
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    This article explores the idea that simply keeping unspeakably dangerous and deadly pathogens is not a smart move if you can’t contain them. Having them even to study seems more and more like a self fulfilling prophecy of doom. Nobody is perfect, and handling these pathogens, well, you need to be perfect.

    How Deadly Pathogens have Escaped the Lab — Over and Over Again

    Research into dangerous viruses and bacteria is important, but for the deadliest pathogens, it’s not clear the benefits are worth the risks.


    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 13 2020 #53899
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    An interesting side note on the coronavirus was how it is spreading through the Chinese military ranks, especially the submarine corp, perfect close quarters, think cruise ship without luxuries.

    US Military Initiates “Global Campaign Plan For Pandemic”

    I have have seen very few articles on how the coronavirus could effect military readiness.

    Sick soldiers, sailors and pilots. They move around a lot in close quarters. Seems an ideal setting to catch and spread this thing.

    Ah, the Military, ain’t they grand.

    Sudden Militarization Of Wuhan’s P4 Lab Raises New Questions About The Origin Of The Deadly Covid-19 Virus


    I’m leaning towards carelessness and sloppiness, not diabolical subterfuge, on the part of the Chinese in the accidental release of Covid-19 from the Wuhan P4 Lab.

    Just look at how the Chinese are handling the situation, the Keystone Cops would have done a better job.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 11 2020 #53829
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    Let’s spitball a few paranoid scenarios.

    1# The Chinese stole the sample of nCoV from the Canadian lab
    (where one guy from the lab was just arrested at Harvard and another guy is dead in Africa, isn’t that special)

    2# The Americans bio-weaponized a coronavirus, slanted toward targeting ‘Asians’, planted it in the Canadian Lab knowing the Chinese would steal it and whisk it away to Wuhan Level 4, giving credibility to the fact that the Chinese did in fact actually have a copy in their possession. A Trojan Horse as it were.

    It could then be leaked, either by US assets in Wuhan OR by negligent handling by the Chinese lab itself, which does not have a squeaky clean competency record.

    The Chinese can’t really admit to stealing it from Canada and BRINGING it deep into the bowels of their Heartland. Very bad PR ‘optics’ which the CCP lives and breaths by.

    3# The Chinese bio-weaponized a coronavirus, slanted toward targeting ‘Asians’, in order to study it and find a preemptive vaccine in an effort to short circuit any moves by the US to unleash a pandemic specific to Asians. They keep the vaccine on ‘standby’, their Ace in the Hole.

    However, Sh*t happens and it escaped before the vaccine is developed. The Chinese could admit to mishandling it, never gonna happen, or blame it on “Enemies of the Glorious State”, pure CCP horseshit.

    4# The Chinese bio-weaponized a coronavirus, slanted toward targeting ‘Asians’, in order to understand the process of targeting ‘race’ factors into the coronavirus, if it can be slanted toward Asians, could the genetic mechanism be3 reversed to tailor the target to Caucasian. A broad clumsy weapon but basically and broadly aimed at a racial opponent.

    However, Sh*t happens and it wanted to be Free at last.

    #5 Someone, maybe even the .0001%, bio-weaponized a coronavirus and released it as a dry run test in the real world to just see how it would behave and study what infrastructure, both political, economic and physical, need to be fine tuned to deal with such threats because they will be an increasing common in the future. Not just because of human skullduggery but because virus’ are really f*cking smart things and humans have reached a critical population density perfect for their takeover of the earth’s failing eco-system.

    Feel free to contribute anymore you can think of. The more the merrier.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 11 2020 #53824
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    The coronavirus adventure is shaping up as a bottom line economic issue NOT the health of the general population.

    If the death rate from this is 3%, mostly elderly and health issues, that means 97% won’t die.

    The lizard brained, forked tongue, oligarchic, kakistocractic psychopaths calling the shots are going to throw that 3% under the global economic bus in a New York Minute.

    Losing only 3% of your population (mostly useless eaters) is just the cost of doing business on their spreadsheets.

    You’re simply not going to stop this thing from ripping through your population. Slowing it down just gives the relief workers, hospitals, doc, nurses, garbagemen, supply chains etc… some breath room to cope and regroup to get through the bottle neck of administrative tasks like disposing of millions of bodies and firing up the hyper-complex supply chain organism formerly known as the Global Economy.

    3% of 1.4 billion people is about 42 million people gone. That is chump change to the CCP ‘chicoms’.

    Social cohesion will suffer mightily but hey, it’s still a totalitarian dictatorship at it’s core.

    Uncle Joe Stalin nailed it…..“a single death is a tragedy, a million deaths are a statistic”

    Mark my words, China’s leadership doesn’t give a rat’s ass about the proletariat, in China or globally.

    Open the factories and let it rip, any infected people will be whisked away without a trace.

    Keep moving nothing to see here……

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53749
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    We need some comic relief at this point in the program:

    A Joe Biden Moment

    What’s the first thing a Democratic presidential candidate should do after suffering a monumental defeat in the first caucus of the season?

    After a New Hampshire voter asks @JoeBiden why they should trust he can turn his campaign around, he asks if she’s ever been to a caucus before; when she says yes, Biden snaps:

    “No you haven’t. You’re a lying dog-faced pony soldier.”


    Creepy Uncle Joe hits one out of the senile ball park!

    Your hair smells like hot dog water

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53748
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53747
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    Who would have thought to check satellite gas feeds for signs of earthly trouble.

    In a slightly off topic side bar, the pictures from orbit for methane gas discharges shows astronomical levels coming from U.S. fracking sites. They have so much excess methane coming up from fracking drill sites and no pipelines or gas liquification equipment that the thousands of fracking sites are flaring the methane directly to the atmosphere.

    NASA methane from fracking

    NASA Methane from fracking leak

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53743
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    There’s no commercial or industrial activity to explain these levels,
    all factories and commercial entities and people are on lock down.

    Another view

    SO@ levels Wuhan area

    The big picture

    Wide shot SO2 asia map

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53742
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    Wuhan SO2 levels

    Data from satellite shows a massive release of sulfur dioxide gas from the outskirts of Wuhan, commonly associated with the burning of organic matters. Levels are elevated, even compared with the rest of China.

    Wuhan Elevated SO2 from orbit

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53729
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    What happens when you run out of masks and googles

    Necessity is the Mother of Invention

    Necessity is the Mother of Invention

    People will make do come Hell or high water


    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53728
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    So is nCoV going to crush highly dense urban globalist enclaves or decimate the sparsely settled rural countryside?

    The political divide in the US at least is ‘country vs city’, sort of like the Yugoslav war, the country rednecks against the city cosmopolitan culture.

    Clinton archipeligo vs Trumpistan

    The Demo islands of support vs the Repug vast landscape

    I can’t even conceive of the US cities implementing any kind of lock downs like the CCP has put on the Chinese population.

    US cities can’t even get a grip on crime and murder, poverty and homelessness.

    70 percent of US counties, accounting for 20 percent of the U.S. population,
    had no more than one murder in 2014, with 54 percent of counties experiencing zero murders.

    The CITIES:
    5 percent of the counties, which made up nearly 50% of the US population, accounted for more than two-thirds of murders in the country, with the highest numbers concentrated in areas around major cities like Chicago and Baltimore

    Hmm, looks like the Clinton/Demo Archipelago accounts for a wildly higher crime rate, at least murders, than the vast majority of the Trumpland countryside.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53726
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    If “Have you been in Wuhan, China, in the past two (2) weeks?” was asked of a Democrat, chances are they would shriek, “how dare you ask such a racist thing!!!”

    If “Have you been in Wuhan, China, in the past two (2) weeks?” was asked by a white man to any Democrat woman, “how dare you ask such a misogynist, patronizing privileged question!!! ”

    I wonder about the survival odds are for the Blue Demos vs the Red RePugs in the coming pandemic?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 9 2020 #53722
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    Chris Martenson mentioned days ago how it struck him as very odd the world map had zero nCov cases in South America and most of Africa.

    Well, zerohedge has a headline: Coronavirus – The African Connection


    Seems no one bothered getting test kits to Africa until quite recently. Oops, must have slipped WHO’s attention span.

    Bole International Airport in Ethiopia is the major entry point into Africa from various Chinese cities. Until very recently there was no travel ban from China into this Africa distribution destination.

    Approx 1500 per day on average (meaning in ‘normal times’ which these are not) through Bole international from China alone. With no screening and no test kits to test with.

    Do you really think Africa countries have the where-with-all to get a grip on this? The Chinese at least have an impressive totalitarian command and control centralized police state, and even they blew it in the initial stages, what possible chance do some of the barely functioning, semi-failed states of the African continent?

    As to South America, well, just wait until illegals crossing the Mexican border into the US test out positive for nCoV.

    We have not yet seen a REAL national debate on the merits of Borders/NO Borders.

    How you gonna get a grip on a disease vector in an invisible population that enters the country with delayed symptoms???

    The Sanctuary Cities hiding the infected can bare the full force of this?

    Your skin on your body is a border against the outside world entering your insides without permission.

    We will find out shortly if that metaphor resonates with the dumbed down US public and it’s disease political zeitgeist.


    in reply to: Corona Lockdown Fallout #53662
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    “The way China is reporting almost an identical number of new coronavirus cases each day (approximately 3000) MUST be a reflection of its diagnosis capacity rather than the true caseload…..”

    3000+ passengers on the cruise ship and only 273 were tested with 61 positive, what about the other 2600+ people now even tested, hope for the best? Voyage of the Damned.

    Voyage of the Damned

    Combined with: Round Up All Infected Residents For Mass Quarantine

    The pictures of endless rows of cots, 18″ apart, heading off into the vanishing point of mega convention halls.

    Equals = Death Camps

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 7 2020 #53649
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    An interesting discussion by Max K and Michael Hudson on the definition and history of “socialism’ and ‘capitalism’.

    Dr Hudson, who has done extensive research on economic history says that our present definitions of “socialism’ and ‘capitalism’ bare no resemblance to the original definitions from the 19th century.

    Listen around minute 6:00

    [audio src="https://video.img.ria.ru/Out/MP3/20200204/2020_02_04_DOUBLEDOWN202040220_pl0mdolq.nn2.mp3" /]

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 7 2020 #53647
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    Your comment that you haven’t hear or read or seen any mention of children getting this coronavirus strikes me as extraordinarily odd. I hadn’t thought of that til you mentioned it.

    Kids are bags of walking germs normally. Ask any elementary school teacher.

    So the complete utter lack of news on school kids or unibersity students, also a normally giant reservoir of ailments make me think this whole thing is a giant drill, a dress rehearsal for a real pandemic.

    The Spanish Flu in 1918 was believed to have gain a foothold in the US from Army bases full of returning troops from the “Great War” in Europe. Then in part spread by postal workers deliver to every nook and cranny of the landscape.

    So why no reporting of one of the biggest vectors of disease spreading: children and students?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 6 2020 #53599
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    The more I read about Dr Li Wenliang and the way he was treated by the CCP, it is proof positive to me that the ‘official’ (cough,cough, gag) Chinese government stats on nCoV are absolute dripping poison crap.

    “Leaked” Infection Numbers are real, (and probably even worse) and as events unfold it will be impossible to hide such villiany. So the damage to the CCP’s reputation for honesty will be MORTALLY wounded around the world with the person in the street.

    The world map as of a couple days ago showed NO cases in all of South America and prettty much the entire African continent.

    That is simply not believable. The Chinese have a very heavy presence in both continents with lots of air and sea cargo exchange. The governments in those countries are in serious denial if they think they are squeaky clean from nCoV, they just have such bad health care reporting.

    How does that pan out for believing China’s CCP on economic stats?

    Once you lose the “Trust Horizon” on a scale like this, it’s never coming back.

    Liar, liar, your country is on fire.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 6 2020 #53596
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    The Cocaine cures Coronvirus news bulletin is precious.

    Pure for LA, NYC and DC

    Talk about “grasping at straws”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 6 2020 #53594
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    Original China Virus Whistleblower Doctor Dies


    Talk about shooting the messenger. The guy was only 34.

    As a reminder, Li Wenliang – who warned the public of a potential “SARS-like” disease in DECEMBER! 2019 – was questioned by local health authority, and warned:

    “We solemnly warn you: If you keep being stubborn, with such impertinence, and continue this illegal activity, you will be brought to justice – is that understood?”

    Dr, Li was later summoned by Wuhan police to sign a reprimand letter in which he was accused of “spreading rumors online” and “severely disrupting social order.”

    Don’t ya love totalitarian communism?

    in reply to: The Big Lockdown #53589
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    A case in point about climate modeling. Peter Wadhams studied Arctic ice for 40+ years by actually going to the arctic and measuring the ice, often from below in submarines. His actual data was not consulted by a lot of climate modellers because his actual data didn’t match their theoretical models. Especially ice volume. The modellers loved to fixate on surface extent and left out ice thickness. The official reports sighted by governments most often favored modellers over those in the field. The modellers insisted the errors were alway in actually measuring the ice, not their models.

    The Arctic Death Spiral Ice Volume Map


    in reply to: The Big Lockdown #53567
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    When China’s Supply Chains Break, So Will The Delusion The US Economy Is Invulnerable


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