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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle January 30 2023 #127747
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    Dr. D Rich

    Do you have a reading problem? Read what the Dr who wrote the book says about psychopaths. My words to introduce are not what the author says but are a mere short synopsis of a professional psychiatrist’s findings that are illuminating. Got to be a reading problem.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 30 2023 #127730
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    Addendum:
    ISBN 978-0-434-02067-8

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 30 2023 #127729
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    Highly suggested reading before the discussion of psychopaths continues:

    Kevin Dutton, “The Wisdom of Psychopaths; Lessons In Life from Saints, Spies and Serial Killers“.
    From back cover:
    “(psychopaths) are fearless, confident, charismatic, ruthless and focused”.
    The author mentions in the book the psychopath uses rational thinking unadorned, unhindered by emotional thinking to reach their conclusions, (much like your normal medical doctor is trained to do). The psychopath also uses empathy in their interactions to achieve their desired ends. Not all psychopaths are damaged people criminally active.
    A well written and balanced review of ‘psychopathy’, quite unlike the conversations these pages.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 30 2023 #127728
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    Can anyone shed some light on just where in the DNA the mRNA (or modRNA) might insert (by reverse transcriptase) itself; could it be anywhere? When sperm and egg join, what happens when the DNAs do not match due to that insertion? Would this not make those effected ‘reproductive mules’? What happens when vital proteins cannot be constructed?

    Just curious.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 29 2023 #127618
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    It is starting to look like the D-Day Clock has closed to 45 seconds to midnight since it was last reset. Without careful considerations being made, the world is about to experience a more profound change than that experienced in the entry days of World War I, where six empires either expired or were severely damaged beyond repair. The collective West need heed history if it is to survive, the hand it holds wins nothing, and as per usual, those playing the hand should stay away from any poker table to preserve their fortunes. Empire, so Nineteenth Century.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 27 2023 #127430
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    DBS,
    Like in Hotel California?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127146
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    Tanks (would yank’s Tanks work?). Must retake Editing 101 all over again. Chagrined !

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127140
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    at R.I.M. #127134

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    RT shows Russian tanks in action in Ukraine most news days. What will be interesting when NATO yanks start showing up. Bring popcorn and a bag of marshmallows.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127131
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    The vast majority of people living on Airstrips will remain unprepared.

    The vast majority of people living on Airstrips will not survive their vaxx.

    There, foxed that for you. No charge.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #126994
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    @ D Benton Smith 23 Jan. 3:30 #126899

    Sir, no apology was needed but is acknowledged. Visual impairment has slowed my reading where I usually do not read past the first 40 comments; yours was brought to my attention so my reply is belated. It was obvious your original response exposed not having given the content of the link consideration. My reaction was to point that out in a form that exemplified what the absence of diplomacy produces; all to great unintended effect that coloured your retort and my opinion thereof. My life experience held your reply was that of one having lost emotional balance momentarily.
    No damage done – no foul. Your #126899 testifies that your maturity allows self correction and speaks highly of your character. It would be a waste to forget the encounter but let us speak no more of it.

    Curiosity and feedback needed on any suggestions to improve and sharpen my writing skills to avoid word salads. (smiley thing)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 18 2023 #126459
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    @ 126455

    You responded with that quoted piece. Shows what an idiot you are.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 18 2023 #126452
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    @ D. Benton Smith, 17/01/2023 11:23 #126394

    @FormerlyT-Bear

    That Russia would bother to formally withdraw from treaties seems to me to be a positive signal that they take treaties seriously. Otherwise they could simply ignore them for being as worthless as the paper they’re written on

    .Appearances are that you did not read the link or appreciate the implications of the link given. It seems your expectation is that the rest of the world in all its variety must conform to the behaviour of the sewer that the U.S. has become, with full public approval by appearance. Why should Russia abandon their integrity to match the sewer (not an environmentally healthy swamp) creatures filling Washington’s government. Your position would be pathetic if it had even half a gram of pathos. How you missed the message that once this particular link between supposedly civilised nations is broken, there will be no return to status quo anti. It would be delusional to think that will happen but delusion from one shinning sea to the other is the order of the day for the best educated as well. How are you going to keep a Republic let alone an ersatz democracy?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 17 2023 #126393
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    edit:

    Make that inane and incessant blatherings

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 17 2023 #126391
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    https://www.rt.com/russia/570033-council-europe-treaties-end/

    Russia moves to end European treaties
    Moscow is set to renounce charters and treaties related to the Council of Europe

    Return you to your blathering, carry on

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 31 2022 #124680
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    If Julian Assange is not released immediately from British injustice, may the trials and tribulations of the passing year be faced in the coming year magnified ten fold. As the late occupant of Buckingham Palace had the opportunity to bring the atrocity being done in her name to an end but would not stop her name from being politically used by granting complete pardon and taking the prisoner from Belmarsh herself under royal sovereignty; who on that benighted island would dare object? May she enjoy the privileges of hell for her omissions of justice. The collective West needs enjoy the consequences of their wrongs. Those who refuse to remove from position thew perpetrators of ideological evil have no claim to innocence; some 95% incumbency rate for public office is evidence enough. Diplomacy will not end the Ukrainian saga, only abject surrender in battle will suffice given the perfidy of EU and their U.S: masters’ malfeasance of governance.
    This following year marks the beginning of an epoch of profound sorrow as the victims of the greatest crime against the human species unfolds. How that will be lived with is impossible to foretell.
    New Years greetings? Bah! Humbug!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 31 2022 #124677
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    At: V. Arnold # 124670

    I do like this painting; I think it’s well done, but am at a loss as to what it’s about…

    How about: When the flames of passion end … ashes?

    in reply to: Galileo vs the Vatican #123807
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    If the world’s gold is put into one pile and then divided equally one thousand million ways leaves very little gold in the division. Then divide that one portion another eight ways so each human has their share. Then take their food, shelter, clothing, energy for transportation, communications costs, etc. from that each day, will not leave much to hold on to even if none is lost. That is the simple reason gold is not used as currency, Goldbuggerers cannot grasp those facts. There is insufficient gold for the use of all central banks to conduct international transactions and cover the reserves required. Then when all gold has aggregated into a small number of national banks, there is no mechanism to circulate that gold back to the remaining national banks to keep the circulation going. If this happens the economy that uses gold as currency will freeze up. This is what happened in the Great Depression of the late 1920’s through the 1930’s until war broke out at the end of that decade. Calling for gold currency is lame and shows the holder’s ignorance. It is tiresome encountering out of the supposedly educated. Stop already.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2022 #123469
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    @ D.Benton Smith # 123466

    Posted above before seeing your latest. I too have a story. When Sputnik graced the cold evening skies, the country was moved to improve and fund education, I being a recipient of that national effort. The state found they had no statewide information as to competency in math levels and issued the first statewide math competency test. the top three were within 2 points of each other. A young lady came in first followed by a tie for second. The other second place went to MIT, they sat on the other side of the room when the test was given so it was impossible to observe each other’s work. I had enough sense not to get involved in further maths. But I still have a reasonable familiarity with the logic. The population of the state at that time was 3.200,000 more or less. I have no idea what the school population might have been; go figure. That is my math story.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2022 #123467
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    @ D Benton Smith #123462

    My #12460 was based on remarks by a certain Samuel L. Clemens of some notoriety on the subject. I will leave you to take it up with that authority, not one hiding behind anonymity and entirely unaddressable. Consider my point as being the statement issues in #123458 as being false, sort out the analytical debris at your leisure.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2022 #123461
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    @ #123460

    Addressed to DBS @ 123458

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2022 #123460
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    Anonymous apparently is unacquainted with statistics.

    Just an opinion.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2022 #123454
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    @ https://autoearth.wpenginepowered.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/VaxxAccidents.jpg
    Could that higher risk grow from the fact more non-injected are still alive to drive? Or are we there yet?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 8 2022 #122895
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    Re: Extradition proceedings of Julian Assange.

    The English language is notoriously flexible, new words are made, other names are substituted or new meanings are added to existing. e.g. Oh! the dog Priti Patelled on the yard; I need to take a Priti Patel; That’s a large pile of Priti Patel; the late queen’s seventy year reign amounts to a Priti Patel for not pardoning Julian Assange. Being has consequences!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 30 2022 #122302
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    Oh they have brains all right, just no brain cells to fill their brains with so they use custard that has gone off and turned rock hard. Try getting something creative or original out of that or a new idea or thought in.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 25 2022 #121856
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    jb-hb at 121851
    Should you consider most doctors must be associated with some clinic or hospital in order to practice their art, and those clinics or hospitals set the limits those doctors may practice under, it is not hard to see it is those institutions that put the pressure on the doctors to curtail all unacceptable exercises not approved. The investment a doctor has made for medical accreditation, it is not hard to understand why most doctors have done what you find troubling. Also the clinics and hospitals are themselves under severe constraints to keep their insurance active; a considerable expense in itself. Few indeed are those who have maintained their ethical standards under those conditions. Be very thankful they were able to practice medicine instead of conforming, all are richer for their being. Just an opinion.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 16 2022 #121114
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    A week plus and still counting? There must be a considerable fraction of the population that does not remember there was one at this point.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 22 2022 #119059
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    Curious the parallels between Zyklon B and Fauci’s mRNA experiment. The only difference is one needed concentration camp showers to impart sanitation, the other was applied to much larger populations cut off from reliable information and public discussion. The results will most likely be similar over an extended period of time. It is not kind to mess with natural conditions when immunity is involved without long term and careful studies; as any practicing medical professional will tell you. Those professionals who refrain from comment are merely licensed doctors.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 22 2022 #119056
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    Red:

    Insert pretending between government and to; see if that helps.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 22 2022 #119054
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    U.S. election threatens the nation’s stability, neither side will accept the results, neither side has the ability to speak politically with the other; a condition last existing prior to the ignition of the 19th century’s civil war.
    Probabilities are a sell off of stocks will be in process at the time of the election. The election results will initiate a panic with a sell off only the resources of the government can manage to buy. Will it or will it not respond, either way lies financial disaster, the financial system with all its resources will not be of one mind, resulting in inaction from that quarter. Without investment credit, the supply system will collapse, food production and distribution hit hard and likely to collapse. Once gone, restoration in troubled times will not readily occur. Another blessing for living in interesting times, this time without a functioning government to act in the population’s interests.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 5 2022 #115207
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    But she also lacks two things Johnson had.

    Those might be two living brain cells to rub together to keep warm. That’s Liz(zard) for you.
    Remember Julian?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 5 2022 #115202
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    Looks like Liz Truss will be the new British P.M.

    No better hands to sink that ‘ship of state’ (after seven decades of Royal inanity anaesthetising loss of empire). Need change the Atlas maps to the Celtic Islands, The smell of British corruption does not suit the other good folk residing there.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 28 2022 #114498
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    Long time between paydays now, isn’t it Chettt,
    You must have made a bundle off of the tobacco companies in their heydays before their final fail.
    Or with the pharmaceutic company making thalidomide for morning sickness, great salesmanship that.
    Magnificent work there with the Roundup™ not causing cancer but that was a bust as well.
    Now its the carbon dioxide ride until it too goes up in smoke.
    But by mow you are far from broke.
    Your credibility sucks.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 28 2022 #114457
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    V. Arnold at 114455

    Russians don’t play Russian roulette. That meme was manufactured by London intelligence agencies to malign their opponents and taken up by Hollywood to enforce its effect. The Russians are intelligent enough not to play such games; Washington, well, not so sure about the intelligent part but the games part, it’s nothing but games and should another not play by rules, behind door no. 1, 2, 3 are selected forms of belligerency: political, economic or military. Make your choice (that is Washington Roulette – short form).

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 28 2022 #114454
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    Observation:

    Russian Roulette: All chambers empty except one.

    Washington Roulette: All chambers filled except one.

    Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine: Definitely Washington Roulette, cui bono? cui malo?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 27 2022 #114382
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    V. Arnold at 114379

    And not at all Russian’s fault, causative agency, or conspiracy behind (but somehow some link will be found to Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale – of course). Oh to channel George Carlin now!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 27 2022 #114380
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    Af…uth at 114378

    Quite some time ago now, I maintained the first Trillionairs will be the partners of the Law Firm that wins the class action suit on this matter. It has been ‘crickets’ since. A million millions is a trillion; millions damaged at millions compensation => go figure.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 27 2022 #114377
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    Af…uth at 114375

    And just what populations will be hit with the decimation? Not Russia. Not China. Not India. It is starting to look like that if you speak English you are the main target, although French, German, Italian and European Spanish (the EU) will be making a sizeable contribution also.

    in reply to: EU: Controlled Demolition #114209
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    And there is no logical reason for this, there is only the ideology of a few handfuls of little men with grand visions egos.

    There, fixed it for you, no charge.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 24 2022 #114162
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    John Day at 114149

    Thank you for your reply. I wonder if the advise I gave the vaxxed nephew was appropriate if supposedly compromised immunity would be helped or hindered by the zinc protocol, maybe setting stage for autoimmune reactions due to the incorporated spike proteins throughout his body.

    I returned from Madrid recently coming down with a near complete set of omicron symptoms. Took a prophylactic protocol of IVM I was able to obtain at considerable outlay, the mucus turned white and the symptoms lasted three days except for a runny nose (~45-50 days) and a lingering slight bronchial cough (30 days). the zinc is guarding me since without a sight of temperature. A test for the virus later showed no sign (invalid test it turns out). Your contributions here produced fruit. Again ¡Muchas Gracias!

    That was a massive investment made to obtain your profession and an enormous personal loss you’ve received. Knowing human nature and the nature of hierarchical social formations, it seems unlikely your experience will be welcomed, it is not in the hierarchical interest to self correct – ever. The social cost will likely bring down the house, a la Sampson, on all in it. Unfortunately there are no correct answers, only better answers; look for them but take great care in assessing and analysing whatever you find, remembering always things too good to be true, usually aren’t. All the best.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 24 2022 #114151
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    Re 114144
    There is no preview so change of paragraph disappeared. First paragraph ends with ‘quest’ and second starts with ‘Strange’. Insert a space there for me please.

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