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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle July 1 2022 #110724
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    They say that one should never attribute to malice that which can be explained by simple incompetence, but it’s becoming very hard indeed to avoid the conclusion that we are witnessing the execution of a deliberate and globally coordinated plan to create shortages of energy, fertilizer, food and other population-sustaining essentials.

    How can it really be that the politicians in the Netherlands can survey the current world situation and decide that the most important thing to do right now is hamstring their own food producers? Can it really be explained by incompetence?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 11 2022 #107787
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    “Well have you noticed how stable commodity prices are these days? Yesterday?”

    Well – i’ve done some research into this and I can reveal that taking any given commodity, let’s say Crude Oil, 1 barrel yesterday is worth exactly one barrel today. This pattern is consistent no matter how far back I go.

    On the other hand, the quantity of fiatscos it takes to purchase one of these rock-stable barrels of oil is all over the place.

    So yeah – I don’t think it’s the commodities that are lacking in stability.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 4 2022 #103489
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    Australian cricket legend Shane Warne ‘Dies Suddenly’ at age 52 from suspected heart attack.

    Just listened to a parade of interviewees mourning his death and not one mention of the elephant in the room.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cricket/2022/03/04/michael-vaughan-shane-warne-tribute/

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 11 2022 #100723
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    “Slash the tires, empty gas tanks, arrest the drivers, and move the trucks”

    Um – you haven’t thought this sequence of events through, have you Juliette?

    An instructive illustration of the cognitive abilities of minor government apparatchiks these days though, I guess.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 31 2021 #96650
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    Died ‘Peacefully’ following a coma-inducing cardiac arrest. Makes a change from ‘Dies Suddenly’, I guess.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ie/entertainment/topnews/former-mickey-mouse-club-host-tiffini-hale-dies-peacefully-at-46/ar-AASiXA6?ocid=entnewsntp

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2021 #95318
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 1 2021 #94132
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    Dammit – I’m starting to spot a pattern here….

    …Cause of death has not been revealed though it is thought to be non-suspicious” Yeah – right.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-10262143/Scotland-international-rugby-player-Siobhan-Cattigan-tragically-dies.html

    Another ‘Dies suddenly’ episode. Fortunately I have a clear recollection of reading about several of these incidents per week for the past few decades, so it’s clearly nothing unusual.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 30 2021 #94046
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    Continuing my perusal of the Irish MSM this morning, I see that the efforts to normalise sudden heart failure among young, otherwise healthy, people continues apace with articles such as this, dredging up historical examples (from 2015 in this case) for no obvious reason other than to create the impression that this is a common event and nobody should pay any attention to it.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ie/news/world/how-could-my-fit-active-brother-be-taken-so-suddenly-at-the-age-of-34-cry-ireland-supports-people-dealing-with-sudden-cardiac-death/ar-AARhpCk?ocid=entnewsntp

    It’s not even subtle anymore – they explicitly call out the recent example of Danish footballer Christian Eriksen purely to use the sad death of this other chap in 2015 to deflect suspicion – ‘See? It’s always been going on – you just haven’t noticed before’.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 30 2021 #94041
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    A classic example of ‘Fact Checkers’ in action.

    Someone posts some flyers (admittedly made to look like they are official) stating that booster shots will be required in order to maintain the validity of one’s vaccine passport in Ireland. This is currently being discussed as EU policy for travel and is also being discussed by the Irish Government for domestic use.

    However, the fact checkers deem this to be ‘Misinformation’ because the poster itself is not produced by the official body (HSE) – hence it is ‘Fake’.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ie/news/other/debunked-no-this-poster-claiming-the-hse-will-void-your-vaccine-passport-without-boosters-is-not-real/ar-AARgHBT?ocid=entnewsntp

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 28 2021 #93869
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    So my darling fully-vaccinated (Don’t ask) Wife came down with Convid last week. The string-pullers behind the scenes would be very pleased with the swiftness of her pivot from ‘Vaccines will keep us safe from Covid’ to ‘It probably would have been much worse if I hadn’t been vaccinated’. She’s fit, healthy and generally in great shape so she threw it off after a couple of days in bed – unsurprisingly.

    Today I find out that she’s passed it on to me, but her confidence in the jab remains unshaken. It’s like that whole period of early 2021 where we were harangued daily to not be selfish and get jabbed ‘To protect others’ never happened at all. Just memory-holed. It seems that my memory of that period is faulty and nobody ever said that vaccines would stop people catching and spreading Covid – it was only ever about reducing symptoms.

    Hope it’s not the new OmiGod! strain – that sounds really scary – Imagine a head-cold but 0.025% worse! Terrifying.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93673
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    “and that’s why everybody noticed all those players collapsing in 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015….

    canaries have always died in coal mines, too.”

    Noticing stuff? I’ve been told by a reliable source that only conspiracy theorists and terrorists engage in that sort of behaviour.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93663
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    “Naivety over cardiac arrest means footballers WILL die: Clubs ignore doctors’ advice over potentially fatal conditions, top teams do not perform every test and one in 260 players has a life-threatening heart issue”

    Ooh – a ‘Special Report’ explaining why there nothing to see here. Fortunate timing that.

    I didn’t read it all – does it have any news regarding progress in our war with Oceania?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93660
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    “On average, there are 12 Sudden Cardiac Deaths every *week* among people under the age of 35 in the UK. More athletic people tend to have a higher risk.”

    I’d like to see the figures for 2H 2021 – I rather suspect that the number is much higher than 12 these days. On a personal note, a good friend of mine sadly passed away a couple of months ago from sudden massive heart failure. Ex-military, one of the fittest men I have known. Left behind a wife and two boys who still don’t understand how this could have happened.

    ‘Died suddenly’ is the new black in 2021.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93652
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    Deflationista – those figures include deaths among the general public having an amateur league kickabout in the local park. Unsurprisingly, not all of them are in peak condition hence why Coronary Artery disease is listed as the #1 killer of those over 35. So that’s 617 deaths over several years out of literally hundreds of millions of participants.

    We’re talking about collapse/death among a tiny number (comparatively) of young professional sportsmen at the peak of physical fitness and with access to the very best healthcare screening and treatment.

    Apples and Oranges I’m afraid.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93643
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    “Nu’s 32 mutations ‘potentially problematic’ for vaccines”

    Starting to look like Geert vanden Bossche will turn out to have been right all along. If one were trying to breed vaccine resistance into a virus, inoculating billions of subjects with a leaky ‘Vaccine’ that challenges, but does not eliminate it, and then letting them mix free with only their vaxx passports for protection is exactly how one would do it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 26 2021 #93639
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    Annnnd another one. Surely ‘They’ won’t be able to keep hiding/dismissing these events forever? How many players need to keel over in front of millions of watching fans before even the least curious start to ask questions?

    Another Professional Soccer Player Suddenly Collapses In The Middle Of A Game

    https://www.zerohedge.com/medical/another-professional-soccer-player-suddenly-collapses-middle-game

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 25 2021 #93636
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    People are starting to notice the fact that professional sportspeople are dropping like flies. Even the mainstream broadsheet newspapers in the UK are beginning to stick their heads above the parapet. Of course the authorities always have a bunch of friendly ‘Experts’ on quickdial that they can call in to dismiss any concerns as simply unsubstantiated speculation.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2021/11/25/wigan-striker-charlie-wyke-becomes-third-footballer-collapse/

    “Leading scientists have rejected speculation that the Covid vaccine is linked with recent on-field collapses of three footballers, as sporting pundits came under attack for fuelling hesitancy of the jab.

    Wigan striker Charlie Wyke was admitted to hospital on Thursday after a week which had already seen John Fleck, of Sheffield United, and Sheriff Tiraspol’s Adama Traore fall suddenly ill.

    However, public health experts and epidemiologists expressed concern at knee-jerk responses from former players who suggested there may be a link with the vaccine.

    TalkSport, for example, had to cut off Trevor Sinclair, 48, from a broadcast as he questioned whether Fleck, who collapsed during his side’s win over Reading, had recently had the jab. “I think everyone wants to know if he [Fleck] has had the Covid vaccine,” he said.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 25 2021 #93577
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    “jsr: they have to use up all the ones they’ve already made first. once that cow is milked dry…”

    I suspect the issue is that if they did try to push variant specific vaccines then they wouldn’t be able to blame the variants for the fact that the vaccines don’t stop people becoming infected.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 25 2021 #93574
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    “Time for a new vaccine that will target the new vaccine-resistant strain: I wonder how many will fall for this bullshit a second time and get stabbed.”

    Is it not interesting that, despite the constant wailing and gnashing of teeth about ‘New Variants’ that, as far as I know, none of the manufacturers have considered making a vaccine to address any of these variants? I mean it only took them – what – 15 minutes to develop the original vaccine, so surely they should have been pumping out ‘Delta Vaccines’ long ago.

    Something about this doesn’t seem legit.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 30 2021 #85795
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    “Does it say so on the vial?”

    So I’m told by friends who have had it – obviously I’m not volunteering to find out :-

    This is from the health authority’s website, guidance for jabbers:
    https://www.hse.ie/eng/health/immunisation/hcpinfo/covid19vaccineinfo4hps/comirnaty/

    Looking around their website it’s very consistent in referencing Comirnaty specifically.

    Interestingly, the government here has decided to discontinue use of the AZ and Janssen (J&J) vaccines here because, they say, they have more reliable supplies of the mRNA jabs.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 30 2021 #85790
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    “But there is no Comirnaty vaccine available”

    Comirnaty is the standard ‘Pfizer’ jab being administered here in Ireland. Not sure about NZ. Possibly it’s only the US where Comirnaty is not generally used?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 27 2021 #85521
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    “Above all, I’m PRO opening the bloody country up, and to do that I don’t see any way around getting the majority of Australia vaccinated.”

    And it is thanks to lazy thinking like this that have ended up in hospital, likely, with permanent heart damage, Mr Hitchcock. Could lack of curiosity also kill the cat?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 27 2021 #85514
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    “But so: what will they do when this conclusion from Britain’s own goverment becomes unavoidable?”

    Certainly not admit that they got it all spectacularly wrong. I rather suspect they will instead double down and blame the situation on the shock appearance of a ‘New Variant’ that spontaneously developed among the unvaccinated members of the public (Curse those heretics!) who must therefore, sadly, be offered the choice of relocation to Devil’s Island or being hunted down with tracker dogs and, when found, given a shot of vax the size of a coke bottle ‘Just to be Sure’.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 13 2021 #83665
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    “All coronaviruses have spike proteins. It’s where they get their name.”

    Well, that is true, but my understanding is that this one is unique in Coronaviruses (Possibly ‘Borrowed’ from HIV if I recall earlier reading on the subject correctly) and that this uniqueness is why all of the Vaccines target it specifically.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 13 2021 #83612
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    Virulence is often a function of where a bug likes to grow and what it eats/makes in the process. ‘Harmful bug’ does not necessarily mean ‘tough on antibodies’.

    A valid observation, perhaps I could rephrase the point as ‘…per #1 above – it’s fairly easy to kill’ in which case one of the parameters of my hypothetical future virus would have to be that it has characteristics that make it difficult for the immune system to handle, as well as being harmful.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 13 2021 #83606
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    Hi all. Long time reader here, but experienced something of a ‘Road to Damascus’ moment recently on the subject of the Covid story and the official response to it and, inding myself without any real-world audience likely to even hear me out, I cast myself on the mercy of the joint and several intellects that make up the TAE community, and humbly ask you to consider whether the following makes any sense.

    1. ‘Covid-19’ leaving aside the arguments about whether it actually exists, appears to be a relatively harmless coronavirus to which a Spike protein has been attached, most likely in a lab. This Spike protein makes the virus more infectious to humans and also provides a unique target, because it does not exist in natural viruses, for vaccine developers to aim at.

    2. All of the vaccines produced to date, regardless of the underlying technology, target this Spike protein specifically and seek to produce antibodies that will bind to it. These antibodies then do what they are supposed to do and kill the Covid virus – because, per #1 above – it’s fairly harmless.

    3. So far, so good, leaving aside the various side-effects associated with the vaccine. A very large proportion of the population now has an immune system primed to identify and bind to the Spike protein, and in most cases their Covid symptoms are mild.

    Now we enter the realm of the hypothetical. What we seem to have done here is created a mechanism, analogous to the sort of ‘Back-Door’ into software systems that the CIA is so fond of, meaning that literally anything attached to a Spike protein will alert the immune system of vaccinated individuals and trigger a response. So – what happens if the next Spike-ey virus does NOT have a fairly harmless and easily dealt-with payload?

    Suppose that in the future, Dr. Evil (or natural viral mutation) releases an honest-to-goodness viral menace – a really dangerous viral payload attached to a spike protein? Is it not the case that vaccinated people’s keyed-up immune response will identify and bind antibodies in large numbers to the Spike protein, but then find that it’s incapable of actually killing the virus to which the Spike is attached? Will this not result in the virus invading the cells of the immune system and using them as a means to reproduce itself, i.e. ADE?

    Have we not, inadvertently or otherwise, installed a single point of failure in the immune systems of all vaccinated individuals? Have we not just created an antibody ‘Key’ which any virus possessing a Spike protein similar to Covid can use to invade the body?

    Someone of a cynical nature might even suspect that this Trojan Horse virus was created specifically to enable the creation and near-universal distribution of this key, which could be used at a later date when selectively thinning the herd (I suspect the creators themselves would be fine) becomes an imperative.

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