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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle October 10 2022 #118130
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    From the Nobel Committee’s citation of Bernanke’s co-awardees:

    “…Diamond and Dybvig’s work, meanwhile, looked at the socially important role banks play in smoothing the potential conflict between savers wanting access to their money and the economy needing savings to be put into investments…”

    “The economy” as nebulous a delusional system interchangeable with the “free market” makes a claim according to Bernanke, the Nobel committee et al on your savings account because the “economy” holds priority interest on the physical deposits in a living being’s savings account.

    I think the solution is less Haldol and more Quantitative Easing for a concept that wants your money

    in reply to: Smokin’ a Pipeline #117164
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    SOSUS……someone alluded to

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOSUS

    in reply to: Smokin’ a Pipeline #117128
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    Public health officials should be counting those excess deaths

    in reply to: Smokin’ a Pipeline #117124
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    @John Day

    Generally the use of “quotation marks” is a dead give away. Copy and paste any portion of the quote into your browser and you’ll be taken to the article.
    So much for the erroneous implication that I’d be quoting myself as an “assertion”. Isn’t that Dr. D’s literary style?

    Here’s my take, assertion on it:

    The Poles, my ppl, are smart enough but not well-equipped to carry out the task and they didn’t buy the USS Parche (SSN-683) decommissioned around 2006….as the most decorated sub.

    What replaced it was USS Jimmy Carter, Seawolf Class. Google it and you’ll be impressed.

    One of Parche’s commanders was a contemporary at USNA. He acceded to Adm Rickover’s entreaty to go Nuke. I did not by opting an easier route in Chemistry.

    I also don’t think we (USA) or the Poles should be blowing up pipelines, the lifeblood of humanity, as an obvious act of war. Who’s gonna measure the change in mortality/excess deaths over the next few months now that the hysteria of COVID petered out?

    We’re led by Madmen

    in reply to: Smokin’ a Pipeline #117105
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    “The military operation on Monday night which fired munitions to blow holes in the Nord Stream I and Nord Stream II pipelines on the Baltic Sea floor, near Bornholm Island,  was executed by the Polish Navy and special forces.

    It was aided by the Danish and Swedish military; planned and coordinated with US intelligence and technical support; and approved by the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

    The operation is a repeat of the Bornholm Bash operation of April 2021, which attempted to sabotage Russian vessels laying the gas pipes, but ended in ignominious retreat by the Polish forces.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 26 2022 #116898
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    “At Will” work statutes in just about every state,
    AND
    Character Assassination (ritual defamation of character, gaslighting, crazy-making)
    ARE far stronger tools than tenure systems.

    Plus haven’t the doctors and patients (er ah i meant customers) on this blog noticed that around 99.9999451% of physicians fancy themselves businessmen/businesswomen/owner or entrepreneur first and foremost?

    That there exists only one legal defense for refusing care to a patient and that is citing the patient’s inability to pay.

    Washington state’s Department of Health requires physicians to prevent the hired help from harming Customers. I bet very few Washington physicians know WA statutes label as Unprofessional (kiss of death) a physician who fails to prevent some anonymous hospital employee from harming a customer/patient. I say “what of the Director of Nursing’s or General Counsel’s duty to manage their employee, nurses, technicians etc.” Who knew physicians were saddled by WA with the duty to prevent third party crime….without the attendant policing authority that is.

    That’s right, we’re all customers and not fearful ill-informed humans before the intimidating facade of each medical center. Yet WA state Public Health Hospital No.1’s CEO made $8 million and the General Counsel made $650,000 during Pandemic Year 2020. I mean they were stressed, right?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2022 #116710
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    @boscohorowitz

    In COPD, O2 as in hypoxia becomes the drive to breath rather than hypercapnia/increased CO2.
    Supplement a COPDers oxygen too much and the drive to breath is diminished

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2022 #116693
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    @afktt

    So, you’re not a physiologist.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2022 #116648
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    😉

    Tell us in what condition O2 becomes the drive.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 23 2022 #116590
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    The drive to breath is independent of carbon dioxide, CO2, with few exceptions…
    _Haldane

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 14 2022 #115895
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    Lynne Stewart

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 8 2022 #113107
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    @zerosum

    Unfuckingbelievable. It’s approaching JFK Level shit coz nothing’s left except imprisonment and assassination.

    Desantis couldn’t have responded more fecklessly while imparting the notion his state Government participated in the raid.

    The FBI managed the impossible. Turned a completely unsympathetic character into a martyr

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 7 2022 #113005
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    Dr. D quotes others; weak paraphrasing or unimaginative plagiarism perhaps? Are you sure they weren’t channelling some astute analysis from Ritter, Lira, Greenwald or Sy Hersh?

    “We are already in WW3 and C19 was the first weapon fired”

    That’s 30+ months after the fact…on this blog alone, but okay.

    in reply to: Theater Opening #112640
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    It’s (the reason) not alcohol. The rest of the world drinks more than the United States.
    I wrote about this phenomenon several times and the perspective is far beyond anecdotal as the condition is more accurately prescriptive and descriptive.
    Three people closest to me in my life have been or are presently Caterpillar corporation CFO, Harvard MBA, Superintendent U..S. Naval Academy, two 4-star Admirals, Indo-Pacific CINC (or in charge of Nancy Pelosi’s safety), board of trustees as several large medical centers and CEO Beebe Healthcare Delaware. Well, that’s more three.
    None of these friends, classmates and acquaintances demonstrated more than mediocre to middling aptitude for what appears to be superior leadership. Their scholarly efforts were even more deficient. What they did demonstrate falls fairly in the legal category of fraud, yeah, the felony type. Each of the aforementioned never hesitated to undermine, sabotage or discredit a peer-competitor-rival. Each person never withdrew from the opportunity to seize credit for their target’s accomplishments. This misbehavior was routinely greased by alcohol and celebrated by the culture as “ruthlessness the institution expects from its best leaders”.

    And where the misconduct isn’t codified under some law, Medicine accurately labels these acts with terms terms such as projective identification, acquisitive projective identification, Narcissistic personality disorder, Antisocial personality disorder, Alcoholic games and then sends our worst out to “reverse engineer it” to torture “folk” naked, bound and powerless…for $81 million.
    The least that can be said is our/my country perfected the method for selecting and concentrating these monsters in the Leadership Class
    Reap the whirlwind.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 29 2022 #112428
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    “They Can’t Let Him Back In (Michael Anton)
    just what is so terrible about Trump anyway?”

    …because Trump isn’t Tulsi Gabbard and his Mask doesn’t obscure quite as effectively as Presidential Candidate Gabbard’s disguise.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 25 2022 #112174
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    Animal cells “ferment” without fungi, bacteria or other organisms doin’ it for us.

    From sugars we also “create” the building blocks for proteins and fats, oversimplified

    But Christ, thank God for farmers…all of them

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 17 2022 #111694
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    There you go again Dr. D casting broad aspersions on the American CEO class, the MMIC military medical Industrial complex and 49 out of 50 States’ legislature for emblazoning into law the murderous inhumanity of At Will employment statutes. You’re so unfair. Those titans of industry will correctly insist that loss of life’s prospects which arise with unemployment don’t alone translate into worsening mortality, but increase in concert the latter’s one-for-oneassociation with poverty.

    Dr. D said: “Every 1% rise in unemployment leads to 40,000 early deaths. They raised unemployment by +10%.”

    Yet there it is, that which accounts for the rising Excess Deaths above and beyond “C19-excess deaths C19”.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 16 2022 #111647
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    Dr. D wrote: “We’re already at war with Russia. Since 1989…”

    National Command Authority (NCA), Secretrary of Defense and National Security Council (NSC) member Dick Cheney congratulated me for helping to defeat Russia. NCA is/are the only guys permitted to order the U.S. combatant commanders to engage in hostilities, fire their weapons and, you know, let loose the dogs of war.
    That guy ought to know during his tenure as NCA, member NSC and SECDEF what enemy America fought in Desert Shield/Storm 1990-91.

    Yet, I never once heard anyone mention Russia/Soviet Union as the proxy opponent since our redeployment in 1991.
    Personally I think Cheney’s megalomania has been overshadowed by multi-infarct dementia, but who am I to argue with a Victor’s take on history or Dr. D’s encyclopedic mind.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 16 2022 #111644
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    By purposeful I meant deliberate and malice aforethought

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 16 2022 #111643
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    On Deborah Birx or, in other words, evidence of intractability, purposeful ignorance and stubborn stupidity from one of my nation’s, anointed great medical management minds:

    Michael Senger via Zerohedge:

    “So just to recap, here we have Deborah Birx—the woman who did more than almost any other person in the United States to promote and prolong Covid lockdowns, silencing anyone who disagreed with her, to the incessant praise of mainstream media outlets—telling us she’d been inspired by all those images of Wuhan residents falling dead and constructing a hospital in 10 days, and still didn’t realize they were fake two years after they’d been proven fake.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 15 2022 #111599
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    @ Mr. House

    Hat tip during TAE’s own ‘citizenx’ from late last night.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 15 2022 #111591
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    Bear not Bare

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 15 2022 #111589
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    Bare not Bear

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 15 2022 #111588
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    I don’t know, Dr. D. (Figure of speech)

    To call it, you got to be able to see it.
    Very few can see it and the very best are dissuaded from their vision by propaganda (placard for gaslighting) and money (placeholder for personal avarice).

    Said Dr. D to reformed CIA pensioner: “If you all spoke up and all left, they’d have to stop. Then you’d get re-hired in a reformed system and get your pension back”
    There’s quite a few steps in that prescription but they can’t stop anymore than Con-man can give up the Con. Notice how this antidote leaves the perpetrators free rather than subject to annihilation, a perfect segue to citizenx’s invocation of Solzhenitsyn.

    I read Solzhenitsyn as a 10 year old. Yeah I know that’s a sign of some sever isolation and possibly emotional impoverishment.
    However I’d rather read the occasional offerings from citizenx (last night), orobos and Veracious Poet for their concise recapitulation of the same. You see, I’ve never been sure whether Solzhenitsyn’s musings on ‘the unholy terror of the man who just wanted to be left alone” was descriptive, predictive or self-recognition. I suspect he was simply being hopeful.
    Alexander was describing something separate from unloosing the dogs of war.

    It bears repeating from citizenx last night:

    “Most here see the Empires patterns of madness and illness. Even fewer seem willing to fight it. “(January 6th was opportunity but too few smelled the trap and no I’m not saying Trump is the answer)

    ““The most terrifying force of death, comes from the hands of Men who wanted to be left Alone. They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love.
    They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They know, that the moment they fight back, their lives as they have lived them, are over.
    The moment the Men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence,
    these Men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror. TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy… but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the Men who just wanted to be left alone””
    Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 14 2022 #111544
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    @Veracious Poet

    Hear! Hear!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 14 2022 #111512
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    “Ball jars…”

    -sayeth Dr. D

    A couple reminders:
    -2.5 years ago Heaven and God’s Entire Earth were moved in response to a concept labeled ‘excess deaths’ as long as COVID was perceived to be the specific cause of those ‘excess deaths’.

    -Heaven and Earth’s movement by COVID-caused “excess deaths’ then, was promoted by the likes of Fauci’s 25 million, Nassim Taleb’s Fibonacci fantasy and the hysteria of Redfield/Birx/Rochelle’s unmasked luscious lips.

    -The Powers That Be early on in the aptly labeled crisis saw or knew the flaw in Taleb’s math and Fauci’s tally so they, TPTB, directed the CDC/BVS counters to pad the COVID count with Pneumonia AND Influenza numbers.
    Their efforts still did not work.

    -By January 1, 2021 less than one year into this Excess Deaths Accelerated/Hyped crisis a new ‘excess deaths’ emerged in CDC’s and BVS’s data collection. Yet, Fauci, Taleb, Birx, Redfield, Pfizer, Walensky never touched “it” with the same panicked ferocity as they applied to COVID. I’m still surprised neither Fauci nor Taleb ever adopted the new numbers as a sign that COVID was far worse than their grim predictions.

    -Right here on TAE’s pages, excess deaths above COVID excess deaths was dismissed by the stats guys ~1.5 years ago.

    -Today, ‘xcess deaths Version 2’ has been greeted by the World, Heaven and Earth with the equivalent of crickets chirping on an otherwise silent night.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 13 2022 #111451
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    ““We forecast that this print will mark the peak of inflation as the Fed’s 15% shrinkage of the monetary base, which is the fastest decline since the great depression”

    —Hahaha!
    Gibberish for the math-impaired, economics-inclined proles among us.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 13 2022 #111441
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    “The person also said Hutchinson made derogatory comments about the Jan. 6 committee to multiple people…”

    —my God, no, not derogatory comments.

    “She reached out to Trump world and was like, ‘Hey. The committee reached out to me. I really need help.’ She didn’t have a job. She didn’t have money to pay a lawyer. Trump has been trying to be really helpful, especially with young people who weren’t like bad actors on J6, like get you a lawyer. Pay for it. Meadows wasn’t returning her phone calls and like her circle of people, weren’t, like, helpful,” a former senior Trump official told the Caller.”

    —So, Trump is the only one trying to help a young person who is powerless, monieless and disenfranchised from her supposed liberal progressive abortion-promoting Betters. Perhaps I read it wrong but I don’t see how mocking a typically powerless, monieless and disenfranchised young person promotes the Democrats’ agenda while demonizing Trump and his organization for offering assistance to, well, disenfranchised monieless and powerless young people.
    We’re talking about Bateson’s Double Bind, Borderline’s gaslighting and a psychopath’s thorough lack of empathy wrapped in one package. Let me be the last propose an hypothesis for Psychopathy as a communicable disease.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 12 2022 #111386
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    Dnp

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 27 2022 #110480
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    God bless Oxford’s Centre for Evidence Based Medicine.

    I must admit I was wrong 2.5 years ago, way wrong. I asserted COVID was a bad flu year and never backed off the assertion.

    Inevitably the Oxford PhDs as they are wont to do with their superior funding and superbly appointed offices determined:

    COVID IS COMPARABLE TO ORDINARY FLU not bad flu.

    I lie down corrected.
    Hat tip to Dr. D

    in reply to: The Entire World Order Has Changed #110463
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    Scott Ritter beware Marine Intel…

    Scott, marine intel, knows U.S. military forces should always be supported by the full, complete, entire U.S. arsenal no matter who, in this case the Proxy Requestor Zelensky, makes the request. World War THREE should be fought in such a manner, all hands on deck, GQ- general quarters so to speak. Hyperwar has been U.S. battlefield policy since Colon Powell and Norm de Schwarzkop executed Desert Storm, Ritter knows.

    Yet, our host quotes Scott marine intel as follows:
    “”” From Scott Ritter today: “Ukraine is requesting 1,000 artillery pieces and 300 multiple-launch rocket systems, more than the entire active-duty inventory of the U.S. Army and Marine Corps combined. Ukraine is also requesting 500 main battle tanks — more than the combined inventories of Germany and the United Kingdom“””

    Only to see Scott Ritter marine intel have it explained to him by a paper of record or to paraphrase it “we’re at war with Russia and Zelensky The Proxy Requestor of Weapons isn’t fooling the NYT as to the recipient of those weapons.”

    “””Yesterday, as Joe Biden was en route to the G7 summit in the Bavarian Alps, the New York Times published an article saying the CIA and Pentagon special forces are organizing and conducting the NATO war effort from a secret operation center in Kyiv.”””

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 26 2022 #110409
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    Wake up to Ritter and Aquilino in back to back articles. What a great day!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 22 2022 #110190
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    The military concentrates other traits (undesirable to a peacefully functioning society) through industrial scale skills, aptitude and psychometric testing. Recruits, enlisted and officers, are not necessarily rejected for toxic personality traits such as narcissism, antisocial (psychopathy) and hyper-developed tendency toward authoritarian followership.
    Then we have to endure the consequences of tick-borne diseases.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 22 2022 #110186
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    @Armenio Pereira

    “The military-industrial complex hired the smartest ones”

    No

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 12 2022 #109502
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    From the paper in Nature Cancer:

    “Visualization of CRISPR–Cas9 screen in MDA-MB-231 cells showing genes associated with resistance to ERX-41; the top five genes are highlighted”

    (So real world application of CRISPR-Cas9 exists)

    1. “Our identification of a single-point mutation within LIPA that abrogates responsiveness to ERX-41 represents a gold standard validation that LAL is the target of ERX-41”

    (Strong assertion with overuse of the word ‘abrogate’)

    2. “…expression of LIPA messenger RNA appears to be highest in glioblastoma and breast, ovarian and pancreatic cancers, and our studies indicate that their representative tumors are sensitive to ERX-41 treatment both in vitro and in vivo.”

    (mRNA and the ER (endoplasmic reticulum) are popular items in the lay medical community for the past 2.5 years, broad claim)

    3. “https://www.nature.com/articles/s43018-022-00389-8?utm_term=649979&utm_source=awin&awc=26427_1655024166_724aea5e6351d6780d15aa13645246c0

    “This experiment was performed once”

    (The author’s/investigator’s caveat found deep within the publication.) There’s already an enormous ‘reproducibility crisis” in medical research, particularly in psychology, that hopefully the holy grail in cancer has been reached, that is Kill All Cancer Cells While Sparing All Normal Cells

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 10 2022 #109382
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    Condensed Dr. D:

    “Since Sept 2019”

    It all started then with Overnight Repo Operations coincidental with coronavirus “popping” up in China or Seattle, take your pick, and soon followed by another round of $2 trillion+ Quantitative Easing by December 2019.

    But yeah:

    “Since Sept 2019”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 1 2022 #108853
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    To get idea how inverted, paradoxical, perverted (choose your term) the perspective can be, take a look at how the “other side”, the Emptywheel crew sees the Sussman thing:

    “As to the Russian hack-and-leak, Sussmann’s team facilitated the process with a summary exhibit they included showing a selection of FBI communications pertaining to the investigation that either involve or mention Sussmann. Sussmann introduced these documents to show how obvious his ties to the Democrats would have been to the FBI, including to some people involved in the Alfa Bank investigation. A few of these communications refute specific claims Durham made, showing that meetings or communications Durham argued must relate to the Alfa Bank effort could be explained, in one case far more easily, as part of the hack-and-leak response. That is, some of these documents show that Durham was taking evidence of victimization by Russia and using it instead to argue that Sussmann was unfairly victimizing Trump.”

    I think what Wheeler means is the FBI should have known Sussman was working for the Clinton campaign and not visiting FBI Hqtrs as a private citizen as he said to FBI Baker “I’m a concerned private citizen in this matter”. And now we know why Sussman’s attorneys took this position during the trial because those lawyers knew all along that the FBI had “offices” Sussman’s employer’s building that of Perkins Coie.
    Wheeler goes on to argue like all good Wingwomen and Flying monkeys that Michsel Sussman, the man, was harmed by the alleged Alfabank, Russiagate, Trump kompromat imbroglio and not President Trump. That qualifies as Herculean effort in blame-shifting, deflection and psychological projection. Particularly she submits to the logic the FBI, the press, Durham and Trump all harmed poor Michael Sussman by not doing their jobs correctly BEFORE Sussman was ever prosecuted.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 1 2022 #108848
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    @chooch

    “How do you get to be that guy in trench? The ones firing upon him?”

    I recommend Keegan’s “The Face of Battle” to aid in an understanding. Battlefields were scenes of chaos, mayhem and non-fighting until psychological developments occurred in a few areas.
    A professional officer corps was developed to foster relationships among men under their command. Men will fight the hardest for their friend in the same predicament, ” a meat grinder”.

    Dehumanizing the enemy en masse. Look at Army or Marine Corps training manuals and the process of conditioning men to “see” other humans as silhouettes or inanimate objects for starters.
    All the aforementioned probably pales against the propensity of psychopaths/antisocial personality disordered ppl to self-select for the military. Perhaps to quench a desire to hunt/kill humans…. notwithstanding the concentrating effect for these traits from mass psychological screening performed on recruits and service academy applicants.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 1 2022 #108842
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    “In the internal trials, there were over 42,000 adverse events and more than 1200 people died. Four of the people who died, died on the day they were injected”

    Let that last sentence sink in doctors and nurses.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 31 2022 #108817
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    @Veracious Poet

    Your calculus is probably the greater likelihood.

    Marci Wheeler has a diametrically opposed view to the Sussman acquittal over at her monumental Tower of Babel, er ah, I meant her celebrated blog The Emptywheel.
    These days I’m certain we reside in completely different Universes. The dissonance and discord are breathtaking to behold.

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