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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle August 24 2022 #114101

    UpstateNYer – yesterday’s Post 114053:
    . . . What solvent easily removes tar without exposing a person to unhealthy toxins?

    Assuming you’re talking about actual tar (as opposed to metaphorical badminton with Dr. Day) –
    kerosene – probably the best general clean-up solvent – fast, safe and effective! . . . (oops)
    No, truly it is – particularly for tar. Low flashpoint, with a long history as a home remedy & cure-all, too!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 7 2021 #94614

    “I defy you to find a single case where the No. 1 bestselling book in America over a 16-day period has not been mentioned in one mainstream newspaper in the country,” Mr. Lyons told The Washington Times . . . none . . . have even asked to see a copy of the book . . . So they don’t care about the content, and they’re not trying to refute any of the claims.”
    Publisher blasts ‘total media blackout’ of Robert Kennedy’s bestseller on Dr. Anthony Fauci – Washington Times

    A certain notable “anti-Vaxx” skeptic has endorsed Kennedy’s book:
    American Pravda: Vaxxing, Anthony Fauci, and AIDS, by Ron Unz – The Unz Review

    Will Kennedy’s book begin a hairline crack in the concrete? Maybe . . .

    in reply to: Debt Rattle November 4 2021 #91597

    Re: Deflationista comment #91575

    Well . . . just going back to the initial article posted – in particular the first paragraph:
    Fabrice Muamba, a 23-year-old professional soccer player in Britain, collapsed during a game last month after suffering cardiac arrest. He’s now up and walking. A 27-year-old Indian soccer player was not so lucky: He died a few days after having cardiac arrest during a match. At least six other professional soccer players around the world have died in the last three years from cardiac-related incidents. As well, not a year goes by now without news of a marathoner who died in a race because of a heart attack or cardiac arrest.

    Adding up the numbers:
    1 (2012 British soccer player collapse)
    1 (2012 Indian soccer player death)
    2/year (over the last three years – six soccer player deaths)
    1/year (hardly a year – without a marathoner’s death)

    It thus would appear that the subject of the article is one death and one collapse in 2012, and something less than three deaths /year otherwise – apparently worldwide.

    in reply to: The Vaxx is Dead. Now What? #89565

    Michael Reid re:

    Was hoping the fellow in the video: My Jaw dropped when I Tested Someone’s Immune System After the 2nd Jab , Dr. Nathan Thompson, was a physician, too! – but he’s a chiropractor: Chiropractor Yorkville IL – Exemplify Health Center .


    in reply to: Crickets #88108

    A clarification concerning the following (for anyone who might be interested in passing such information on):
    Robert W Malone, MD read the report and says: “In summary, the value of these COVID-19 inoculations is not obvious from a cost-benefit perspective for the most vulnerable age demographic, and is not obvious from any perspective for the least vulnerable age demographic.”

    “Thus, our extremely conservative estimate for risk-benefit ratio is about 5/1. In plain English, people in the 65+ demographic are five times as likely to die from the inoculation as from COVID-19 under the most favorable assumptions! ”

    The two statements quoted are not actually those of Dr. Robert Malone, but are direct quotes taken from paragraphs 9 and 8, respectively, of Appendix D (Cost-Benefit Analysis of Covid-19 Inoculations) of the subject article: Why are we vaccinating children against COVID-19?.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 8 2021 #86605

    With apologies, Raúl Ilargi: a detail re: the Biden ‘teach fish man’ quote supra

    At first glance – that Biden might have said this, seems, of course, entirely plausible. Nonetheless – although I didn’t spend a lot of time looking – it was rather disappointing to be unable to find any reported instance of Biden actually having said it – or anything even approximating it.

    Perhaps the more plausible an attribution, the greater the necessity to verify it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 1 2021 #86028

    Anaemic attempt at a hit piece on the FLCCC by Fluffpost:

    People Are Eating Horse Paste To Fight COVID. These Doctors Are One Reason Why. | HuffPost

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 31 2021 #85884
    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 25 2021 #85296

    Re: the “Kid Rock” ‘tweet’ above (south of Calvin) concerning Monsanto & an unnamed FDA Deputy Commissioner . . .

    I found the lack of identity curious. The photograph is apparently that of MIchael R. Taylor:
    Michael R. Taylor – Wikipedia
    who is not, as stated, currently an FDA Deputy Commissioner – but was so between 2009-2016 – and had only employed by Monsanto in an advisory role for 16 months ending in January, 2000, almost ten years prior to being appointed.

    The Twitter account “Kid Rock@kidrockofficial” does not appear to exist.

    A cute bit of disinformation in a small package? How many cute little bits does it take to discredit a website?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2021 #70168

    Clues as to Dr. Martin’s job description:
    Dr. Martin received his undergraduate (BA) from Goshen College, his Masters of Science from Ball State University, and his Doctorate (PhD) from the University of Virginia.


    Dr. Martin is a Fellow of the Batten Institute at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia.

    David Martin, PhD

    Perhaps the most valuable contribution of Doc Martin’s interview is the opening of the question of exactly what these mRNA preparations should be called. ‘Gene Therapy’ sounds too, well . . . therapeutic – almost as benign as ‘vaccine’.

    How about, instead of ‘vaccine’: “Genetically Induced Pre-Infective”; and, instead of ‘vaccination’: “Genetically Induced Pre-Infection” ? (“GIPI” for short?)

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