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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle March 7 2021 #70754

    All politicians talk about how they will achieve lalaland.
    Pick your favorite – Biden, Putin, and Xi

    (Putin, and Xi, are too busy taking care of running their own countries and are not paying attention to the fooling antics of the USA.)
    Xi Jinping urges eradication of poverty in China by year-end despite COVID-19
    Updated 23:15, 06-Mar-2020

    Xi, is on another 5 year plan
    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday called for efforts to advance high-quality development and improve people’s well-being throughout the country during the ongoing legislative session.

    President Xi made the remarks when taking part in a group deliberation with lawmakers from northwest China’s Qinghai Province at the fourth session of the 13th National People’s Congress, China’s top legislature.

    High-quality development is the theme of China’s economic and social development in the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025) and beyond, he said. Different regions should find paths of high-quality development suited to their conditions and take concrete actions to improve people’s livelihood, he added.

    Xi said Qinghai should prioritize ecological protection, promote high-quality development and create high-quality life for the people, calling on the province to make new achievements in protecting the ecology in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and advancing sustainable development.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 7 2021 #70736

    How many soldiers can a farmer feed?
    How many starving immigrant?

    2020–2021 Indian farmers’ protest
    2020 Indian farmers’ protest – sitting protest.jpg
    Date 9 August 2020[1] – present
    (6 months, 3 weeks and 3 days)
    Location India
    Caused by
    Passing of three Farm Bills by Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
    Revocation of all the three Farm Bills
    Legally ensure minimum support price
    (see section Demands for more details)
    Casualties and losses
    Over 300 policemen injured during Farmers’ Republic day parade (including cases of stabbings)[2][3][4]
    248 dead (as of 5 March 2021), hundreds injured
    (see section Fatalities for more details)
    Infrastructure damage:
    National highways dug up by police to stop protestors from marching to capital[5]
    Over 1,500 telecom tower sites damaged by protestors (as of 28 Dec)[6][7]
    Government buses and 30 police vehicles damaged on Republic Day[8]

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 7 2021 #70733

    • The Nightingale Alternative (Gillian Dymond)
    covid passports for the jet setters
    Why anybody else?

    Essential workers, politicians, enablers, lawyers, accountants are busy working for the elites and never stopped travelling.
    The old, and obese are locked up in care home and cannot afford to buy the travel insurance.
    Everyone who can afford to travel on a plane has herd immunity, or has been vaccinated, or already had covid.
    Of course mentally challenge people with more money than brain will pay through the nose to get a test before getting on a plane.
    Therefore, Why do people need covid passports?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 6 2021 #70674

    Links have been modified because they will not post.

    Purging inconvenient facts is another way of producing mass forgetfulness and confusion.
    • US, Allies Drop 46 Bombs Per Day for 20 Years (MPN)
    • ‘Shia Backed’, ‘Iran Backed’ Nonsense And Other Warmongering Journalism (MoA)

    If you are interested and want the facts, follow the links that I provided and read the info ….
    March 05, 2021
    On ‘Shia Backed’, ‘Iran Backed’ Nonsense And Other Warmongering Journalism
    The United States and its allies have dropped at least 326,000 bombs and missiles on countries in the greater Middle East/ North Africa region since 2001. That is the conclusion of new research by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J.S. Davies of anti-war group CODEPINK.
    Published on
    Thursday, March 04, 2021
    byCommon Dreams
    Trump & Biden’s Secret Bombing Wars
    Unbeknownst to many Americans, the U.S. military and its allies are engaged in bombing and killing people in other countries on a daily basis.
    byMedea Benjamin, Nicolas J.S. Davies
    MARCH 4, 2021
    Purging Inconvenient Facts in Coverage of Biden’s ‘First’ Air Attacks

    To praise Biden’s killings, corporate media pretended the US was fighting back against a bully. Max Boot of the Washington Post (2/26/21),
    Opinion: Biden actually has a strategy for the Middle East, not just a Twitter account
    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that at least 17 pro-Iran fighters had been killed.
    US bombs facilities in Syria used by Iran-backed militia; monitor counts 17 killed

    SOHR says all casualties were fighters of the Popular Mobilization Forces
    The strikes were in retaliation for a rocket attack in Iraq earlier this month, says US defense department
    WASHINGTON/BEIRUT: The United States launched airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting facilities near the Iraqi border used by Iranian-backed militia groups.

    US defense officials announced the strikes without providing details and with no mention of casualties, saying only that they were retaliation for a rocket attack in Iraq earlier this month that killed one civilian contractor and wounded a US service member and other coalition troops.

    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Friday that at least 17 pro-Iran fighters were killed in the US strikes in Syria at the Iraq border overnight.

    “The strikes destroyed three lorries carrying munitions… There were many casualties. Preliminary indications are that at least 17 fighters were killed, all members of Popular Mobilization Forces,” the director of the SOHR, Rami Abdul Rahman, told AFP, referencing the powerful coalition of pro-Iran Iraqi paramilitaries.

    The airstrike was the first military action undertaken by the Biden administration, which in its first weeks has emphasized its intent to put more focus on the challenges posed by China, even as Mideast threats persist.

    Biden’s decision to attack in Syria did not appear to signal an intention to widen US military involvement in the region but rather to demonstrate a will to defend US troops in Iraq.

    “I’m confident in the target that we went after, we know what we hit,” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told reporters flying with him from California to Washington.

    Speaking shortly after the airstrikes, he added, “We’re confident that that target was being used by the same Shia militants that conducted the strikes,” referring to a Feb. 15 rocket attack in northern Iraq that killed one civilian contractor and wounded a US service member and other coalition personnel.

    Austin said he recommended the action to Biden.

    “We said a number of times that we will respond on our timeline,” Austin said. “We wanted to be sure of the connectivity and we wanted to be sure that we had the right targets.”

    Earlier, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the US action was a “proportionate military response” taken together with diplomatic measures, including consultation with coalition partners.

    “The operation sends an unambiguous message: President Biden will act to protect American and coalition personnel,” Kirby said. “At the same time, we have acted in a deliberate manner that aims to deescalate the overall situation in eastern Syria and Iraq.”
    Kirby said the US airstrikes “destroyed multiple facilities at a border control point used by a number of Iranian- backed militant groups,” including Kataib Hezbollah and Kataib Sayyid Al-Shuhada. The US has blamed Kataib Hezbollah for numerous attacks targeting US personnel and interests in Iraq in the past.

    Further details were not immediately available.

    Mary Ellen O’Connell, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, criticized the US attack as a violation of international law.

    “The United Nations Charter makes absolutely clear that the use of military force on the territory of a foreign sovereign state is lawful only in response to an armed attack on the defending state for which the target state is responsible,” she said. “None of those elements is met in the Syria strike.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 6 2021 #70672

    “…. we are going to have to live with a degree of mortality that will be substantial … it will get less over time as more people get vaccinated and as more people get immune,….”
    Since the old and the overweight will have already died.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 5 2021 #70634

    @ Noirette

    You said:
    (Expressions that you used that encapsulate our society/path to success)
    “… higher-placed followers or hangers-on adhere through self-interest, fancifully assumed or aspriring group-belonging
    a visible sign of belonging to the in-crowd.
    admire your betters and imitate them”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 5 2021 #70629

    Charity – tipping – subsidizing capitalism – guilt trip
    Tipping is expected, and is meant to keep encouraging good service. A gratuity of between 15% and 20% of the bill before tax, depending on the level of service. Tip 15% for normal service, 20% for exceptional service. You can tip below 15% (say 10%) if you aren’t particularly satisfied, or you thought the service was just ‘ok’.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 5 2021 #70628

    Canada approves J&J’s one-dose COVID-19 vaccine,
    Looking forward to approval of nose spray, and Cuban vaccines.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 5 2021 #70626

    domestic terrorism – opposition – losers – consumers – them –
    • WHO Inspectors ‘To Scrap Interim Report’ On Probe Of COVID Origin (AlJ)
    Herd Immunity in China
    Where is covid19 hiding?
    a 93% increase in threats to democracy lawmakers this year
    Lawmakers working for the needy
    higher minimum wage to millions of Americans – tomorrow – not now – not retro
    $1,400 instead of the $2,000 people were promised — will likely now go to 17 million fewer people
    Soft population control – genocide
    Life – requires replicating/reproducing/cloning/growth
    To be or not to be a vegetarian – still feeding off life
    a vaccine that definitely has no side effects – if it replicates, its alive
    How to become wealthy – many layers of skimming – capitalism – don’t tell (the truth)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 4 2021 #70578

    The canadian airlines are in negotiation with the fed.
    They will re-emburse the money that people paid for trips that were not taken.
    In return, the airlines will get money to pay for the bank loan that they have accumulated.
    (cough, cough its a bank bailout)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 4 2021 #70564


    People who only cared if they could afford the monthly payments are going to change and start to do math!!!!
    People could not save before the pandemic. Now I’m expected to believe that people who spent every dollar they had plus maxed out their credit cards have suddenly changed to become savers.
    Tell the truth.
    Accountants and lawyers are hiding behind Biden.

    • Joe Biden Just Yanked Away Stimulus Checks From 17 Million Americans (Week)
    • COVID Relief Showers States With 600% Of Lost Tax Revs (ZH)
    ” …..the media can’t stop talking about him,(Trump)”
    Repeat …. how propaganda works …. or Russia,Russia
    “What interests me a lot, though, is the CHOICE made by the editors and algorithms of to select these articles over all of the other financial news stories available to them. What interests me a lot is the recursive ENGAGEMENT that these articles and their shared linguistic structures trigger in readers, such that they will look for more articles on this topic, which means that more articles on this topic will be written. This is how common knowledge happens”
    How embarrassing!
    The National Guards are still waiting for somebody to show up on Capitol Hill.

    in reply to: Covid Rattle March 4 2021 #70558

    Trying to post some links will fail.

    in reply to: Covid Rattle March 4 2021 #70555

    What can we do?
    Learn, inform, reflect, before acting.

    1. Vit. D, ivermectin, HCQ get heavily censored on social media.
    • The War on ‘Misinformation’ Claims Two Victims (Pfeiffer)

    follow the trail

    The War on ‘Misinformation’ Claims Two Victims. Truth. And the Right to Treatment.

    Articles by Mary Beth Pfeiffer
    Did you get it?
    Its not our fault. (USA)
    Blame Brazil.

    • Brazil’s Covid Outbreak Is Global Threat, Opens Door To Lethal Variants (G.)
    Its called cover your ass in case someone tries to blame you.
    The report of an adverse event to VAERS is not documentation that a vaccine caused the event.” VAERS is the primary mechanism in the U.S. for reporting adverse vaccine reactions. Reports submitted to VAERS require further investigation before a determination can be made as to whether the reported adverse event was directly or indirectly caused by the vaccine.
    Covid-19 vaccines are a weapon of war. A war, not only against Russia, but also against China.
    (You forgot Cuba)
    • Finland Had a Patent-Free COVID-19 Vaccine Nine Months Ago – But.. (Jac.)
    Unintended consequence
    No money. Therefore, no vaccines
    NATURAL Herd Immunity is better and last longer than what a vaccine will do for “herd Immunity”
    I guess the poor won’t have to wait to go to heaven, to become the first.
    Unintended consequences – Poor people around the world are going to stay normal.
    “The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on the mental health of teenagers in the United States”
    “Thank you Ilargi for your ongoing efforts.
    Just excellent – and much appreciated.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 3 2021 #70505

    I tried to edit a post and I got locked out. Maybe this will post.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 3 2021 #70497
    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 3 2021 #70495

    Tourists taking selfies without permission
    FBI Counterterrorism Official: No Firearms Recovered During Jan. 6 Capitol Breach
    BY JACK PHILLIPS March 3, 2021

    When asked by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) about whether firearms were recovered or if any suspect was charged with firearms offenses, FBI counterterrorism chief Jill Sanborn responded: “To my knowledge, none.”

    But in the hearing, Sanborn also said that before the Jan. 6 incident, “We knew they would be armed, we had intelligence that they would be coming to DC, but we did not have intelligence that they would be breaching the Capitol.”

    Johnson previously told news outlets that the term “armed insurrection” used by some Democratic officials, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), and mainstream news outlets is incorrect as no guns were recovered. The only shooting involved an officer-involved shooting that left one protester, Ashli Babbitt, dead.
    “I would say, if it’s properly termed an ‘armed insurrection,’ it was a pretty ragtag one,” Johnson said in an interview with the New York Times last week. “This didn’t seem like an armed insurrection to me. When you hear the word ‘armed,’ don’t you think of firearms? Here’s the questions I would have liked to ask: How many firearms were confiscated? How many shots were fired?” he also said.

    Johnson added: “If that was a planned armed insurrection, you really have a bunch of idiots.”

    The senator’s comments drew a rebuke from media pundits and congressional Democrats, who attempted to characterize him as someone who is sympathetic to the rioters.

    The U.S. Justice Department has charged more than 300 people with taking part in the Capitol breach. Among those arrested were members of right-wing groups such as the Oath Keepers, Three Percenters, and Proud Boys. The Oath Keepers and Three Percenters are armed militia groups.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 3 2021 #70473

    there’s the pork…
    The Senate may begin debate on President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package as soon as Wednesday,
    The goal is to pass the stimulus into law before March 14, when enhanced unemployment benefits are set to expire.
    Starvation wages will not change for the unwashed
    Cannot forget to negotiate the corporate welfare for the chosen few.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 3 2021 #70469

    @Dr. D
    Did you figure out which link were causing “cannot post” problem?
    Where is the truth?
    • Warren’s Wealth Tax Would Cost 100 Richest Americans $78 Billion (Hill) – IF THEY CANNOT PASS THE TAX ON TO YOU WITH A PRICE INCREASE OF WHAT THEY SELL
    Trump could not control the military establishment.
    Why does anyone think Biden is able to control the military establishment.
    A coalition airbase in an illegally occupied country is surely a ‘legitimate’ target.
    US is to blame for these attacks, since the US insists on staying in Iraq even though Iraqis told them to pack up and leave. From that point on, everything that happens to US forces is their responsibility. US regime is willingly putting its own forces in harm’s way by refusing to leave.
    Last week, President Biden released a statement on the seventh anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and said the US would “never” accept Russian sovereignty over the peninsula. He said the US “will stand with Ukraine against Russia’s aggressive acts.”

    Like the war in the Donbas, the annexation of Crimea was also sparked by the US-backed coup in Kyiv. The largely ethnic Russian populations of Crimea and Donbas rejected the nationalist post-coup government in Kyiv, and the majority of Crimeans favored joining Russia.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 2 2021 #70395

    Pablo Picasso Acrobat 1930
    A better name, “The Ostrich”
    The head is in the same place as the majority of people.
    Imaginary goal posts.
    Therefore, the gov. is justified in spending/printing money

    Experts say the return to normalcy will happen when “herd immunity” is achieved. For that to happen, they say, 70% of the population must be vaccinated.
    “Take my word. I would not lie”, said WHO
    Ok, let’s see the trials.

    • WHO Panel: Hydroxychloroquine Should Not Be Used To Prevent COVID-19 (Hill)
    Where is the lie?
    Senators made the rules. Senators can change the rules.

    • Bernie Sanders Vows To Force Vote On $15 Minimum Wage (Hill)
    • Joe Biden Says His Hands Are Tied On $15 Minimum Wage. That’s Not True (Sirota)
    Why ban books from the majority of people that cannot read, or do not want to read, cannot write complete sentence on their smart phones and cannot do critical thinking

    in reply to: Emergency vs Humanity #70393

    V. Arnold

    Somebody is inputing up to date info on Sputnik V at

    On 2 February 2021, an interim analysis from the trial was published in The Lancet, indicating 91.6% efficacy without unusual side effects.[8]

    Emergency mass-distribution of the vaccine began in December 2020 in multiple countries including Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Hungary, Serbia and the United Arab Emirates. As of March 2021, thirty nine countries have granted Sputnik V emergency use authorization[9] while over a billion doses of the vaccine were ordered for immediate distribution globally.[10]
    (go to link for more info ….)

    in reply to: Emergency vs Humanity #70371


    Where is the lie? (hint …. bold letter)
    Dr Blyth: Although we encourage people to stay healthy, there is no single way to strengthen one’s immune system to make it able to combat COVID infection. The only way we’re going to be able to do that is through a vaccine.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70370

    I still the only one that don’t carry a bottle of water everywhere. You know, just in case I might get thirsty, even though I’m not doing anything to work up a sweat. (Work – I’ve got memories of wringing out a sweat band and taking salt piles )

    in reply to: Emergency vs Humanity #70359

    Where is the truth?
    The former president contracted the coronavirus in October and was hospitalized for three nights at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
    Trump narrowly avoided ventilator when sick with COVID-19 ..
    Live Updates: Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus : NPR
    Infected Trump seen ‘gasping’ from White House balcony before photo op
    Trump Was Sicker Than Acknowledged With Covid-19 –
    Look for the lie.
    Trump privately received the coronavirus vaccine while he was president in January
    OMA SEDDIQMAR 2, 2021, 03:49 IST

    Does an immune system make better anti-covid19 better than a vaccine?
    Why did Trump and wife take the vaccine?


    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70358

    Where is the truth?
    The former president contracted the coronavirus in October and was hospitalized for three nights at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
    Trump narrowly avoided ventilator when sick with COVID-19 ..
    Live Updates: Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus : NPR
    Infected Trump seen ‘gasping’ from White House balcony before photo op
    Trump Was Sicker Than Acknowledged With Covid-19 –
    Look for the lie.
    Trump privately received the coronavirus vaccine while he was president in January
    OMA SEDDIQMAR 2, 2021, 03:49 IST

    Does an immune system make better anti-covid19 better than a vaccine?
    Why did Trump and wife take the vaccine?


    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70356

    Watet, water everywhere!
    If it doesn’t come in a sealed bottle, I’ll die of thirst.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70349
    A Chladni plate consists of a flat sheet of metal, usually circular or square, mounted on a central stalk to a sturdy base. When the plate is oscillating in a particular mode of vibration, the nodes and antinodes that are set up form complex but symmetrical patterns over its surface.
    ( The standing waves push the sand to the outside/exterior/space of the standing wave.
    The frequency and size/shape of the plate determine the patterns that can occur.)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70347

    Incoming Bombing, is not fun for either side.

    Inside the attack that almost sent the U.S. to war with Iran
    David Martin speaks with troops who were there as an Iranian ballistic missile attack rained down on Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, part of six days that saw the U.S. and Iran go to the brink of war.

    Alan Johnson: Knocked the wind out of me followed by the most putrid tasting ammonia tasting dust that swept through the bunker coated your teeth.

    We’re going to burn to death.

    Like a freight train going by you.

    Johnson wasn’t the only one frantically searching for cover.
    We get to the bunker and realize there’s roughly 40 people trying to stuff themselves into this bunker that’s made for about ten folks.
    Luck. The only thing I can actually come up with is that hand of God protected us. Because, really, nobody should have lived through this.
    Frank McKenzie: I’ve never been on one like this where real missiles being fired at our forces and where I thought the risks were so high.
    The Iranian attack on Al Asad was in retaliation for a stunning U.S. operation President Trump ordered six nights earlier – a drone strike which killed Iran’s most powerful general, Quasem Soleimani.
    The attack was just hours away when Major Alan Johnson got the word Iran’s most powerful weapons were aiming for Al Asad.

    Alan Johnson: My intelligence officer pulled me aside and basically said, “Sir, I’ve got some bad news for you.” “What’s up?” (LAUGH) “We have information that Iran is fueling 27 medium-range ballistic missiles and their intention is to level this base and we may not survive.”
    David Martin: Did the base have any defense against ballistic missiles?

    Tim Garland: No sir. It was such an unprecedented threat. I don’t think it was ever calculated, so the capability to prevent a ballistic missile attack it– it wasn’t there.

    David Martin: Did you have a plan for what to do?

    Tim Garland: We came up with a plan.

    Staci Coleman: The only real defense against a ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm’s way.
    Frank McKenzie: I think they expected to destroy a number of U.S. aircraft and to kill a number of U.S. service members.
    John Haines: I just threw the phone down and ran to my vehicle. And once that impact happened the back pressure blew our doors closed and then you just see cloud of dirt, fire.

    Staci Coleman: They call it a “shock wave” and you kind of feel that, that wave almost internally. Like, it’s almost as if you, your organs are, you know, kind of wavering around inside.

    Sgt. Kimo Keltz was outside the bunkers, manning a guard post in case the missile barrage was followed by a ground assault.

    Kimo Keltz: We got down and we protected our, our vital organs, our heads, and we waited.

    David Martin: Did it blow you around?

    Kimo Keltz: In one of the closest ones that had hit directly near us had actually lifted my body about two inches off the ground.

    Iran fired a total of 16 missiles from three locations – five missed, 11 landed at Al Asad.
    From first launch to last impact was 80 minutes. Somehow no one was killed. When the sun came up, the survivors surveyed the damage.

    Tim Garland: Shells of a building, you know, skeletal frames left with nothing else. Craters about a room size deep into the ground. Concrete barriers blown across a field or a street.

    John Haines: It looked like a scene from a movie where everything is destroyed around you, but yet, no one was killed.

    Staci Coleman: I still have no idea understanding other than, you know, God being on our side, that no one was seriously injured and there were no, you know, no, no fatalities.
    Alan Johnson: There are people throwing up, everybody had headaches.

    Kimo Keltz: I had a concussion for two weeks.

    David Martin: What’d it feel like?

    Kimo Keltz: Someone hitting me over the head with a hammer over and over and over.

    Alan Johnson: Finally, you know, hours later we realized, “We have a mass casualty event here of traumatic brain injury.”

    Military doctors diagnosed more than 100 cases of traumatic brain injury. Major Alan Johnson and 28 other soldiers received purple hearts.

    David Martin: Do you have any lingering effects today?

    Alan Johnson: Headaches every day, horrible tinnitus or ringing in the ears. PTSD. You know, I’ll be willing to admit that. I still have nightmares.
    Iran was on alert for a possible U.S. strike and hours later mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian airliner, thinking it was an American bomber. 176 entirely innocent people died.

    Produced by Mary Walsh. Associate producer, Tadd J. Lascari. Broadcast associate, Mabel Kabani. Edited by Richard Buddenhagen.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle March 1 2021 #70345

    You are part of my reality
    Zero comprehension of complex systems.
    Everything changes
    Goal posts are not moving, goal posts are an illusions. Back to normal?
    Pump and dump, everybody has an angle they push.
    Nobody lies. Everyone has a reason not to tell the truth. Lying by omission.
    History is nebulous
    Facts or fiction
    Ignorance is bliss

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 28 2021 #70314

    @ phoenixvoice
    ” …. the system is the problem”

    Thanks for your inputs.
    Where does the truth lie?
    I’m not wise enough to add any more comments to the complexity of sexuality.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 28 2021 #70312

    Dome ceiling at the Ambassadors’ Hall in the Royal Alcazar of Seville, Spain 1427
    Packing spheres
    Hidden symmetry – in 3, (The precise value of the sphere packing constant in three dimensions is 0.7405 )
    at 6, 8, ( E8 lattice sphere packing), 12, 24, ( the Leech lattice sphere packing)
    Marianne Freiberger

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 28 2021 #70300

    Where does the truth lie?
    “Exclude those who lack identification” rifraf

    Even better
    Include only the selected chosen few (elites, and servants, Noah’s Ark )
    Where does the truth lie?
    “…. endlessly demonizing both Russia and China to justify a Western military build-up”

    Capitalism, ( which doesn’t exist), cannot survive if it succeeds in achieving a monopoly.
    Communism, (which doesn’t exist), cannot survive if it succeeds.
    Where does the truth lie?
    ” ….left her feeling that he “wanted to sleep with me.” Bennett”

    Men’s desires can be manipulated by a woman.
    Woman decides
    Woman can destroy
    Women know the truth.
    Where does the truth lie?
    ” Can The US Become Self-Sufficient?
    …. we really are exporting a lot of pollution ….”

    Will the USA give up its foreign slave?
    Will the USA bring back pollutions to its back yard?
    Will the USA give up its worship of the dollar?
    Where does the truth lie?
    ” ….about 60 percent of row-crop farmland in the Midwest is leased.
    The landowners can include investors like Gates.”

    Future benevolent society!
    Future tribal society!
    Where does the truth lie?

    Biden’s lalaland or Trump’s vision
    My dream?
    Comfort, Pain free. No wants or desires. Satisfaction.
    Your dream?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 27 2021 #70258

    Biden Says US Will ‘Never’ Accept Russia’s Annexation of Crimea

    Biden Says US Will ‘Never’ Accept Russia’s Annexation of Crimea
    Statement released around the seventh anniversary of the annexation
    Dave DeCamp Posted onFebruary 26, 2021
    President Biden released a statement on Friday marking the seventh anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea where he said the US will “never” accept Russian sovereignty over the peninsula.

    “The United States continues to stand with Ukraine and its allies and partners today, as it has from the beginning of this conflict,” Biden said. “The United States does not and will never recognize Russia’s purported annexation of the peninsula, and we will stand with Ukraine against Russia’s aggressive acts.”

    Left out of Biden’s statement was the reason for the Russian annexation. In 2014, the US-orchestrated a coup in Ukraine. The largely ethnic Russian population of Crimea rejected the new nationalist anti-Russian government in Kyiv that even had neo-nazis in its midst. Polls after the annexation show the majority of Crimeans were in favor of joining Russia.

    The Biden family benefited greatly from the coup. Shortly after the change in government, President Biden’s son Hunter landed a high-paying job on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian natural gas company.

    President Biden tapped an architect of the Ukraine coup for a high-level position in the State Department. Victoria Nuland, the wife of neoconservative Robert Kagan, is the nominee to be the under secretary of state for political affairs.

    A recording of a phone call between Nuland and then-US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt was leaked and released on YouTube on February 4th, 2014. In the call, Nuland and Pyatt discussed who should replace the government of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who was forced to step down on February 22nd, 2014.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 27 2021 #70253

    https: //
    268 people have been charged in the Capitol insurrection so far. This searchable table shows them all.
    Rebecca Harrington , Madison Hall , Skye Gould , Azmi Haroun , and Jacob Shamsian Feb 24, 2021, 10:17 AM

    This table includes the names, charges, and links to court documents of all the people charged so far. We’re keeping it updated as more names are released.
    Capitol insurrection arrests made in 2021

    Nobody has been charged with insurrection, rioting, revolt, coup, terrorizing, intimidating, stealing, trespassing
    The news reporters know the links to this court documents, of all the people charged so far, and they are lying and using propaganda words – insurrection, rioting, revolt, coup, terrorizing, intimidating, stealing, trespassing

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 27 2021 #70251

    I’m not worried!

    “This is really starting to scare me. 100s of millions will soon have been injected with hardly tested substances designed to play footsie with their genes.
    So many questions … under the carpet.”
    – Raúl Ilargi Meijer
    Johnson & Johnson one-shot Covid vaccine gets nod from FDA advisory panel
    Jessica Glenza
    Fri 26 Feb 2021 22.06 GMT

    1. Like the Moderna vaccine, Johnson & Johnson’s product will only be available to people 18 and older. Pfizer’s vaccine is available to teenagers older than 16.
    (The reproducing generations will not have their DNA affected by the vaccines)

    2. Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine uses different technology from the two vaccines currently available in the US. The new vaccine uses “viral vector” technology, which introduces the body to the genetic code for the spike protein covering the outside of the coronavirus. This code is transmitted by a second, weakened virus called an adenovirus. Immunity is provoked when the body’s immune system then recognizes the coronavirus by this key structure.
    Vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna also prompt the body to recognize spike proteins on the outside of the coronavirus, but deliver the genetic code through lipid nanoparticles, or tiny molecules of fatty acids.

    3. Currently, dozens of low- and middle-income countries do not expect to begin broadly distributing vaccine doses until 2022.
    ( As of now, these countries, (ie. India), seem to have herd immunity and don’t need the vaccine.)

    4. Activists, many of whom also worked to expand access to Aids medications, have described this as “vaccine apartheid”, and a threat to the “project of global population immunity”.
    ( Population control by using the vaccine could backfire)
    I guess that Richard Medhurst will be censored.

    America and Britain have no right to defend themselves on other people’s land. They are not victims, they are the oppressors. They are foreign invaders. They illegally occupy Iraq and Syria. They have no right at all to be in the Middle East or anywhere else and to kill people. – Richard Medhurst

    • Shadowland (Jim Kunstler)
    “who’s calling the shots behind this false front?”

    Did you not notice.
    There is not TV shot showing Biden reading from a teleprompter
    Biden’s delivery looks fresh, emotional, factual and presidential.
    His presentations do not appear repetitive or delivered from an exhausted senior.
    I always take an untested syringe of something from known murderers to stop a disease that has no death rate and won’t kill me. That’s just common sense. – Dr. D
    How to avoid being censored by facebook, twitter, and google

    Only use The approved party line(s):

    Ivermectin is ineffective
    Hydroxychloriquine is ineffective
    Vitamin D, C, Zinc, quercetine, etc., are ineffective
    Prophylaxis and early treatment are ineffective (see above points)
    Thousands of doctors around the world are lying about the above points

    Remdesivir is effective
    mRNA vaccines are effective
    Lock downs are effective
    Face masks are effective
    Travel bans are effective
    Vaccine passports are effective” – .upstateNYer

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 26 2021 #70210

    1/2 truth
    “…. negative rates (really confiscation) will be applied as a “penalty” against “hoarding” cash.”

    second 1/2 of truth
    inflation (really confiscation) is applied as a “penalty” against “hoarding” cash.
    Which lies do you believe?
    R or D lies.
    plus ca change plus c’est pareil
    Escape a social/economic oppressive society, on foot, with no supplies, no tools, no money, leading a donkey, that is carrying somebody else child that will end up in a cage when you cross the border.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 25 2021 #70196

    Association of SARS-CoV-2 Seropositive Antibody Test With Risk of Future Infection
    Raymond A. Harvey, MPH1; Jeremy A. Rassen, ScD1; Carly A. Kabelac, BS1; et al
    JAMA Intern Med. Published online February 24, 2021.

    Conclusions and Relevance
    In this cohort study, patients with positive antibody test results were initially more likely to have positive NAAT results, consistent with prolonged RNA shedding, but became markedly less likely to have positive NAAT results over time, suggesting that seropositivity is associated with protection from infection. The duration of protection is unknown, and protection may wane over time.

    limited research has shown that the majority of patients who clear their infections develop serum antibodies against the virus that last for at least several months1-6 but may decline over time.7 Although it has been speculated that the development of antibodies may be associated with a decreased risk of reinfection, the evidence for this hypothesis is limited and often anecdotal.8,9 Furthermore, documented reports of reinfection in patients with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies have raised the possibility that seropositivity might be associated with limited protection against different viral strains.10-14 Individuals infected with SARS-CoV-2 may also shed viral RNA without producing live virus for 12 weeks or more after resolution of symptoms,15-20 making it challenging to distinguish reinfection from prolonged RNA shedding.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 25 2021 #70193

    RESOURCE| VOLUME 184, ISSUE 4, P1098-1109.E9, FEBRUARY 18, 2021
    Massive expansion of human gut bacteriophage diversity

    Bacteriophages drive evolutionary change in bacterial communities by creating gene flow networks that fuel ecological adaptions. However, the extent of viral diversity and its prevalence in the human gut remains largely unknown.
    Here, we introduce the Gut Phage Database (GPD), a highly curated database containing 142,809 non-redundant phage genomes derived from the analysis of 28,060 globally distributed metagenomic samples. Importantly, the GPD includes over 40,000 high-quality genomes with a median size of 47.68 kb. We use GPD to gain insight into the biology, host range, and global epidemiology of human gut phages. We uncover 280 globally distributed viral clusters, including 1 viral clade (Gubaphage) with reminiscent features to p-crAssphage. Given the high quality of the reference genomes, the database size, and the sequence diversity harbored by the GPD, this resource will greatly improve the characterization of individual human gut bacteriophages at a global or local scale.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 25 2021 #70192

    Anyone seen an explanation?

    • Coronavirus Deaths Worldwide Fell By 20% Last Week – WHO (F.)

    Yes. Someone, on TAE, has been forecasting this trend, once trump was gone and Biden would be president.
    Someone, on TAE, has been forecasting this trend, about the flu.

    CORONAVIRUSUK: Health Authorities Announce Not a Single Case of Flu Detected This Year
    Published 2 days ago on 23 February, 2021Paul Joseph Watson
    Rembrandt van Rijn – “The flight into Egypt – a night piece 1651”
    I like this picture.
    It is and has always been happening. A world wide event since the beginning of time. The bible, ancient writings, are full of stories about people leaving their social/economic system because the sh*t has hit the fan.

    All of us, here at TAE, have done/doing the same thing. (expats, immigrate, off the grid, alternate life style, preppers, etc.)
    Stay focused.
    If you are not a fed employee, you will not get the minimum wage of $15 an hour

    “… raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour”
    Vaccine problem.

    Do the following people need the vaccine and a vaccine passport to travel?
    Coronavirus Cases:



    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2021 #70140

    “Maybe they don’t need a teleprompter anymore now that they have micro-chipped joe!”
    Did joe go to China or did the experts sneek in to the USA to do the implant.
    Will an Xray reveal the maker and model number of the chip?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 23 2021 #70137

    Its so nice to see that the TV does not show Biden reading from a prompter.
    His delivery sounds and looks soooooo presidential.

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