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Message started by Rat Man on Jan 9th, 2022 at 12:59pm

Title: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 9th, 2022 at 12:59pm
https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/new-corona-variant-identified-in-france/ar-AASqDvy?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Sarosh on Jan 9th, 2022 at 4:20pm
israel is first in vaccinations and produces variants, is it correlated ? we will never know because science was bribed and became politics  :-/

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by NooneOfConsequence on Jan 9th, 2022 at 5:33pm
As with Omicron, again I say”meh”.
Imagine if this much testing, data collection, money, and reporting was focused on the common cold… we’d be getting stories like this every week!

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Curious Aardvark on Jan 10th, 2022 at 8:28am
The problem is, that sooner rather than later  a covid variant will turn up with a significantly higher death rate, that's a given.
So keeping track of the new variants is important.
When the doomsday variant appears, it'll be s good idea to know as soon as possible which country to nuke - not entirely sarcastic.
Also the common cold, tends to have no aftereffects, Is not fatal, isn't anywhere near as contagious and responds to your bodies standard immune system without requiring vaccination.

You're comparing guinea pigs to automobiles.
Both have four mobility attachments, need fuel and move about.

But you'd never deep fry a car, probably not even at a Texas county fair :whistle:

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Hirtius on Jan 10th, 2022 at 1:13pm

Sarosh wrote on Jan 9th, 2022 at 4:20pm:
israel is first in vaccinations and produces variants, is it correlated ? we will never know because science was bribed and became politics  :-/


Israel is likely better at detecting them, they’ve been pretty far ahead in that stuff.


NooneOfConsequence wrote on Jan 9th, 2022 at 5:33pm:
As with Omicron, again I say”meh”.
Imagine if this much testing, data collection, money, and reporting was focused on the common cold… we’d be getting stories like this every week!


Covid is a little more serious than the common cold, so it’s a bit more concerning. Hearing of new variants is getting a bit old, but it’s not something I’d want to mess with. Even without risk of death, the prospect of losing sense of smell for any long period doesn’t sound too good.


Curious Aardvark wrote on Jan 10th, 2022 at 8:28am:
But you'd never deep fry a car, probably not even at a Texas county fair :whistle:


That sounds like a challenge.

I wouldn’t hold your breath for a doomsday variant. I have to explain to people that even though lethality is declining, that’s not a given. The optimal virulence doesn’t mean it will always decline. But a doomsday variant is probably much more unlikely.
Also, the only acceptable times to bring up nukes as an option are when

A. The place is overrun by zombies
B. Some balloons are accidentally detected by the sensors
C. The target in question is Australia, Florida, or Ohio

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 10th, 2022 at 2:15pm
C_A is right if we get airborne aids it is that serious.

However the risk run by COVID is very small. That's not just me crunching the numbers it's per the BBC. See the attachment.

If we had proper politicians and scientists who honestly said "this was a reasonable reaction when we didn't know if it was airborne aids but here are the risks, our response is disproportionate" instead at least in the US 2 of our highest jurors with minions getting the best and latest data stated as fact risks that are on their face wrong. One claimed that 27 times as many children were hospitalized as are. The other I think swapped out "million" for "thousand" in his head, regardless he claimed 3x the US population was infected.

We do what we can but this is a lot closer to the cold than it is to the black death.
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Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Gaius Marcellus Nerva on Jan 10th, 2022 at 3:25pm
Whether we like it or not though it will be around for a long time like the flu. Lots of people got the flu shot but people still got it.
Luckily as viruses mutate they get weaker but also more contagious. From what I see the flu is almost non existent. I’ve not had it for the last five years, and I don’t remember anyone saying they’ve had it in the past couple years for sure. It seems covid is the new flu.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by NooneOfConsequence on Jan 10th, 2022 at 10:51pm
The CDC is now saying that Covid isn’t nearly as deadly as everyone thought.  The death toll was calculated incorrectly and is being corrected downward.


https://tinyurl.com/5be65yah

Original link (too long for forum linking, but you can copy/paste):

https://thepostmillennial.com/cdc-says-over-75-percent-of-covid-deaths-at-least-4-comorbidities?utm_campaign=64487

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 11th, 2022 at 7:45am
A year and a half ago I was mocked for what Fauci and the CDC are admitting openly now. Also covid hospital cases are not referring to people hospitalized for severe covid. They are people who are in the hospital who are then tested to see if they have covid as a matter of routine protocol and happen to have it in addition to whatever they went to the hospital for in the first place. Be that a broken leg or what have you. That's been admitted too now.

When I tried explaining that last year I was called a science denier. Crazy how that works. People need to be careful how they export their critical thinking to others. If you are violently against an idea until you hear it from a talking head on the box in your living room and then as soon as you hear it from them you believe it, its time to turn off that box and research for yourself because you have given over your ability to think to someone else who also has an agenda.

I say this not to anyone in particular but just generally speaking I think we all do this too often.

As for omicron its extremely contagious. Far more than anything Ive seen in the general population but as for severity yes its about like the common cold. Maybe a moderate flu at best. Actually a severe flu if Im  comparing right now would be worse as that can easily kill you but omicron has killed virtually no one and for that matter I havent even heard of anyone being intubated in my area for it. In other words omicron as it stands *right now* is a good thing. So long as those antibodies work for a wide range of variants.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 11th, 2022 at 8:40am
    Yes, not dying in the hospital on a ventilator right now pleases me immensely. And yes, in the long run this could be a good thing in that it will help with my immunity if and when more deadly new variants immerge. Still, I would have preferred to skip it.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Hirtius on Jan 11th, 2022 at 7:51pm
What is wrong with you all? You guys take some innocuous statements and twist it to fit some crazy narrative.

The comorbidities thing? We’ve know stuff like that since the beginning. That’s not anything new.

The kids and hospitalization thing? Morphy, you use the words “admitting”, as if there’s some secret conspiracy. Here’s an article that claims the other way:

https://www.newsweek.com/fauci-children-hospital-covid-omicron-1664676?amp=1

This claims that Fauci “downplays” child Covid cases, as if there’s a conspiracy the other way! In the end, both are spinning a likely matter of fact statement by Fauci.

I’m tired of Covid, and not just because it’s an annoying disease. A lot of people are using it as a political bludgeon, a wedge issue (don’t ban me, just pointing out something we all know). I’ve seen such disregard for our fellows in all this, so much mistrust and conspiracy. None of it has to be like this.

Covid is not a doomsday disease, we’re going to have to live with it. We can’t and probably shouldn’t keep up a lot of measures and practices forever.

But there are also people that my family has known, talked to every day, that have been killed by this. Mostly unvaxxed (some even in their 40s), but also recently one old man who was. I don’t know of anyone who has been killed by the flu, Covid is just worse.


Damn, I went on a rant again.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 11th, 2022 at 10:28pm
I think you misunderstood what I was saying. Im aware he came out and made that clarification.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Sarosh on Jan 12th, 2022 at 8:32am

Hirtius wrote on Jan 11th, 2022 at 7:51pm:
None of it has to be like this.

"this is the best we can do"-George Carlin


It's been 2 years do we know where covid came from? was it bat or lab or a bat in a lab? did someone commit a crime against humanity? who? is the vax the only solution? is it even a solution or just buying time? does it make it worse for some? why war time measures applied only to citizens and not to politicians around the world? why do we act like there is no covid on certain seasons? some of the countless reasons why trust is lost and things are like they are.



Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 12th, 2022 at 9:00am
The things being said now were things that people who looked at data and applied middle school math argued a year ago. For our pains we were called everything from grannie killers to science deniers to conspiracy theorists. And now the narrative is changing to "we always knew that".

I'm arguing for what I've always argued: that we should make realistic risk assessment. And per the BBC and CDC they measured that risk at  0.03% mortality for an unvaccinated octogenerian.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by JudoP on Jan 12th, 2022 at 5:19pm
That risk level doesn't seem right. If extrapolated for the entire US population (many of which are vaccinated and under 80) it only predicts 56k deaths which I'm sure has been surpassed significantly in confirmed covid deaths.

Perhaps this data sample is taken from general population and not infected individuals? I.e. from 100k US based unvaccinated octogenerians, 28 died of covid in the time period. This represents absolute death rate in a fixed time period (of April-Oct 2021) rather than case-fatality rate. In other words it doesn't assume you are infected.

It seems to clash with a lot of other official and academic sources which put the case fatality rate much higher.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 12th, 2022 at 5:31pm
Probably has to do with the fact that this is the third wave and there's a combination of natural and vaccine induced immunity. Add that to the fact that this data is after we've already culled the herd once (the data were sampled according to the  BBC Apr to Oct last year).

I mean we can argue about what the risk is but we've known for a very long time that it is small. 2% fatality would be a massive overestimate.

A general "wait, that doesn't seem right" is the correct response btw. Gallup did a poll and found that >90% of respondents did not know the hospitalization risks (https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/354938/adults-estimates-covid-hospitalization-risk.aspx).
Salient bit "For both vaccinated and unvaccinated populations, very few adults reported a correct answer [of hospitalization not even mortality], which is less than one percent. "

And it should apply to everything. So with < 1% fatality, 75% of those deceased with 4 comorbidities, and >90% of polled people unable to give a correct hospitalization range, it is fair to say there's a problem with our response.

edit: to fix link and a spelling error

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Curious Aardvark on Jan 14th, 2022 at 9:32am
Mortality is just a single aspect, and not the one that causes the most problems.

Hospitilisation, whether long or short term is what's bringing the world's health systems to their knees.

There are also a number of aftereffects, that can make existing medical conditions worse and create new ones.
And that also puts pressure on medical systems

It's hands down the single most contagious virus humanit has yet encountered.

I would say that my analogy of guinea pigs and cars, also applies to covid and flu, certainly in respect to the effect they both have on a nations national health setup.

There simply isn't any other dusese in human history that's had the same global impact.

Now in part that is because if our technology and the mobility if the global population.

But constantly trying to compare covid 19 to lesser diseases, is just avoiding the problem and downplaying a serious issue

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 14th, 2022 at 11:32am
I absolutely agree that a large degree of the impact that we all feel is due to our highly specialized and advanced systems and their interdependence.

All the more reason to bear in mind the risks as they can be demonstrated as we choose our responses. Mortality is a piece. Who is vulnerable is a piece.

I would be far more friendly to the accusation that I am downplaying a serious matter, if over 90% of Americans did not have the wrong idea about the hospitalization risk. The risk assessment is not correct despite 2 years of nonstop coverage. And it's not too low either.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by NooneOfConsequence on Jan 14th, 2022 at 12:18pm

Curious Aardvark wrote on Jan 14th, 2022 at 9:32am:


It's hands down the single most contagious virus humanit has yet encountered.

There simply isn't any other dusese in human history that's had the same global impact..


Citation needed

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 14th, 2022 at 12:41pm

perpetualstudent wrote on Jan 14th, 2022 at 11:32am:
The risk assessment is not correct despite because of 2 years of nonstop coverage. And it's not too low either.


Dont worry PS. I got your back.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by J on Jan 15th, 2022 at 6:24am
I know many women who took the injection, now suffer from extremely odd menstrual cycles and some even have had to have their ovaries removed surgically. More and more open up about it, but slowly. Too many are still too afraid to talk about adverse effects or don't want to admit it could be the vaccine that caused it.
But even Fauci said on video that the vaccine could produce the opposite result in the long term, i.e. damage the immune system and thus weaken the response to corona viruses like the common cold.
I always thought it is naive to think governments and pharma has the interest of the people in mind.   We will see soon if the official narrative starts to collapse. But it will take a long time before many will admit they were victims of mass formation psychosis. Of course the majority who took it had the chance to be warned.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 15th, 2022 at 7:36am

AncientCraftwork wrote on Jan 15th, 2022 at 6:24am:
I know many women who took the injection, now suffer from extremely odd menstrual cycles and some even have had to have their ovaries removed surgically. More and more open up about it, but slowly. Too many are still too afraid to talk about adverse effects or don't want to admit it could be the vaccine that caused it.
But even Fauci said on video that the vaccine could produce the opposite result in the long term, i.e. damage the immune system and thus weaken the response to corona viruses like the common cold.
I always thought it is naive to think governments and pharma has the interest of the people in mind.   We will see soon if the official narrative starts to collapse. But it will take a long time before many will admit they were victims of mass formation psychosis. Of course the majority who took it had the chance to be warned.



I would like to see some documentation to verify this.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 15th, 2022 at 9:41am
https://www.bbc.com/news/health-59970281

Now this data is not prospective, it is an estimate of the prevalence against the measured deaths time staggered. So the initial rate of 1.3% I think is probably a tad high. Even that number is not well known. It's doubtless both the susceptible dying and immunity (natural and vaccine induced) growing.
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Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 15th, 2022 at 9:44am
https://www.bitchute.com/video/7eRODpcl9cQH/

^I would prefer the original videos rather than have to take these from a person's channel that put their own opinion in the title but these are hard to find for some odd reason.

This, though, should go a long ways to explain why the deaths reported don't add up with the expected morality rates. The middle speaker was the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, Dr. Birx.  She is cleverly conflating two subjects together. I would suggest purposefully but regardless it confuses the subject. On one hand ,yes, any severe disease can cause preexisting issues to become inflamed thus causing, for example, someone with prexisting severe congestive heart failure to flare up into severe pulmonary edema leading to their death. But then she segues into saying that any person who dies *with* covid rather than *from* covid could be and indeed often was marked down as a covid death. But, since the vast majority of covid positive cases were either asymptomatic or were not serious its not hard to see how this could greatly inflate the numbers of covid deaths.

I have personally seen terminally ill patients who died from things like cancer be marked down as covid deaths with not one damn symptom of covid immediately preceding death and I've known of many other medical professionals who have seen the same. So when people tell me this didnt happen on a regular basis who have no experience on the inner workings of this pandemic from a medical point of view I find it exhausting and disappointing.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by J on Jan 15th, 2022 at 4:32pm

Rat Man wrote on Jan 15th, 2022 at 7:36am:

AncientCraftwork wrote on Jan 15th, 2022 at 6:24am:
I know many women who took the injection, now suffer from extremely odd menstrual cycles and some even have had to have their ovaries removed surgically. More and more open up about it, but slowly. Too many are still too afraid to talk about adverse effects or don't want to admit it could be the vaccine that caused it.
But even Fauci said on video that the vaccine could produce the opposite result in the long term, i.e. damage the immune system and thus weaken the response to corona viruses like the common cold.
I always thought it is naive to think governments and pharma has the interest of the people in mind.   We will see soon if the official narrative starts to collapse. But it will take a long time before many will admit they were victims of mass formation psychosis. Of course the majority who took it had the chance to be warned.



I would like to see some documentation to verify this.


Here is the first video regarding Fauci, from minute 25 onwards.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=971QcDEha5I

Here is another video of Fauci saying basically the same thing
https://twitter.com/RubinReport/status/1447653362539720706

And a third, here it him saying again, listen to it fully
https://www.bitchute.com/video/hOCpTWPE15kf/

the point is vaccines can cause the opposite effect of immunization,  immune degeneration, it's well known and it's called ADE / antibody dependent enhancement.  Has happened with vaccines in the past. They rushed this vaccine on billions of people . It hasn't stopped covid like they said it would. People in Israel after 4 jabs are still positive. What the heck is the use of it?

As to women having menstrual issues after the vaccine here,
https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2021/10/ten-thousand-report-menstrual-issues-after-having-corona-vaccine/

it's happening every where around me .... some women are constantly bleeding, it's not stopping for months. With others menstruation has just stopped permanently it seems

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by J on Jan 17th, 2022 at 4:47pm
https://video.foxnews.com/v/6291706975001#sp=show-clips
Interesting.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 20th, 2022 at 7:59am
    Some day in the not too distant future another variant of Covid as deadly as the first or Delta and as contagious as Omicron will come along.  Or it might be another plague altogether.  At that point most of the anti-vaxxers, anti-maskers, and anti-social distancers will die and the discussion will be over.  Do I want that to happen?  Of course not; only a madman would.  But it really is quite inevitable. 

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 20th, 2022 at 9:08am
Im going with another plague altogether. Unless someone takes an "active hand" covid isnt going to be Captain Trips. 

   

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by perpetualstudent on Jan 20th, 2022 at 11:34am
Don't worry, the ones who don't wash their hands after using the restroom will go too. That should make it a Total Party Kill.

The roaches will appreciate the homes we leave them.


Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 21st, 2022 at 7:55am

Morphy wrote on Jan 20th, 2022 at 9:08am:
Im going with another plague altogether. Unless someone takes an "active hand" covid isnt going to be Captain Trips. 

   


This is an odd thought I've had from time to time but I felt it was too weird to post here.  And if this this is too political then c_a can just delete it and my feelings won't be hurt.
    Imagine it's late 2023.  The tRump train is gaining momentum and the Democrats are running scared.  They are becoming desperate.  In that most of the anti-vaxxers are "Conservative" someone in the upper echelon of government has an idea to use Morphy's "active hand" and release a super strain of Covid.  Most of the vaccinated will survive but almost all of the anti-vaxxers will die.  This would turn the election back in the Democrats favor.
    That's nuts for sure but I know I can't be the only one who's had this thought.
     

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Curious Aardvark on Jan 21st, 2022 at 8:28am
Not at all nuts.
With crispr technology, almost anyone can do genetic manipulation.

Given the sheer contagiousness and natural inclination to mutate, covid 19 is both an excellent base for a bio-engineered weapon and simultaneously one of the worst choices.
Depending on your point of view of the human race, and it's current civilisation.

Now given that under the Geneva convention (stop sniggering at the back) bio warfare development is banned, obviously no country is currently using covid 19 as a base for a bioweapon.
That would be illegal.

But if we go with the highly unlikely, situation that 'some' countries did still have bioweapon programs - cough ',porton down' cough - covid 19 is definitely now in the mix.

CRISPR  is scary, it gives almost anyone the tools to easily produce genetically engineered organisms.
If you've got enough money, anyone can setup a bioengineering lab.

And lord knows there are enough lunatic millionaires and billionaires around who have enough money.

There is a series of zombie novels based on the never identified 'lone bioengineer' principle by John Ringo, that are pretty good.

The disease is initially spread by air fresheners in airport toilets.

Given that our current pandemic was spread by millions of Chinese going back to China for new year, and then taking the disease around the world via numerous international airports, he wasn't far off course.

So, while it's unlikely covid originated in a lab, it's a dead certainty that it's being modified in a lot of labs now !

Would someone do it for something as petty as political gain ?

This is the human race we're dealing with here, so: yeah, absolutely they would.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 21st, 2022 at 9:20am

Rat Man wrote on Jan 21st, 2022 at 7:55am:

Morphy wrote on Jan 20th, 2022 at 9:08am:
Im going with another plague altogether. Unless someone takes an "active hand" covid isnt going to be Captain Trips. 

   


This is an odd thought I've had from time to time but I felt it was too weird to post here.  And if this this is too political then c_a can just delete it and my feelings won't be hurt.
    Imagine it's late 2023.  The tRump train is gaining momentum and the Democrats are running scared.  They are becoming desperate.  In that most of the anti-vaxxers are "Conservative" someone in the upper echelon of government has an idea to use Morphy's "active hand" and release a super strain of Covid.  Most of the vaccinated will survive but almost all of the anti-vaxxers will die.  This would turn the election back in the Democrats favor.
    That's nuts for sure but I know I can't be the only one who's had this thought.
     



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

Not nuts at all RM. Look at the stuff thats already been planned and just barely ended up not seeing the light of day. Had we had Nixon instead of Kennedy its possible this wouldve been our first 9/11 and we never wouldve known about this. God only knows how many we've had since and just accepted as whatever story we've been given.


Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 22nd, 2022 at 12:32pm
    And considering that this is the same government that has deliberately given the native inhabitants blankets infected with Smallpox to kill them off to steal their land, used U.S. servicemen as human Guinea Pigs during atom and hydrogen bomb explosions, set a strain of flu loose in the New York subway system just to see how it spread, for decades suppressed information about the adverse effects of Agent Orange exposure, and used Black prison inmates as human Guinea Pigs for Syphilis experiments not much seems beyond them. 

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by J on Jan 23rd, 2022 at 7:03am

Rat Man wrote on Jan 20th, 2022 at 7:59am:
    Some day in the not too distant future another variant of Covid as deadly as the first or Delta and as contagious as Omicron will come along.  Or it might be another plague altogether.  At that point most of the anti-vaxxers, anti-maskers, and anti-social distancers will die and the discussion will be over.  Do I want that to happen?  Of course not; only a madman would.  But it really is quite inevitable. 


While our views regarding this matter are diametrically opposed , and probably cannot be reconciled or c onvinced otherwise,
one thing is for certain, death in this life awaits us all.  There's also still a fair chance all of us in the west / northern hemisphere will die in a nuclear blast. I do envy the people a little who live in those parts of the world that seem irrelevant in the global scale of events. Europe and North America  for sure aren't.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 23rd, 2022 at 9:33am

Rat Man wrote on Jan 22nd, 2022 at 12:32pm:
    And considering that this is the same government that has deliberately given the native inhabitants blankets infected with Smallpox to kill them off to steal their land, used U.S. servicemen as human Guinea Pigs during atom and hydrogen bomb explosions, set a strain of flu loose in the New York subway system just to see how it spread, for decades suppressed information about the adverse effects of Agent Orange exposure, and used Black prison inmates as human Guinea Pigs for Syphilis experiments not much seems beyond them. 


You're right on. 100%

This is why Im firmly black pilled. Our government was already filled with psychos back in a time when the public was in many ways more innocent. Im sure we cant even begin to imagine where they are at now.

That being said if the cyclical nature of history teaches us anything its that after the hard times come the good times. America will suffer due to our poor decisions and the leaders we have allowed but with that destruction will come a rebirth. People see this as a pessimistic way of seeing the world. In fact its not. Its realistic and optimistic.

Realistic because theres simply no way out of the cycle. Its going to happen without a doubt. Optimistic because it means there will come a time of great renewal and growth after this. If you havent read The Fourth Turning I would definitely recommend it as it explores this cycle and what we can expect in the near future.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Jan 25th, 2022 at 12:07am

AncientCraftwork wrote on Jan 23rd, 2022 at 7:03am:

Rat Man wrote on Jan 20th, 2022 at 7:59am:
    Some day in the not too distant future another variant of Covid as deadly as the first or Delta and as contagious as Omicron will come along.  Or it might be another plague altogether.  At that point most of the anti-vaxxers, anti-maskers, and anti-social distancers will die and the discussion will be over.  Do I want that to happen?  Of course not; only a madman would.  But it really is quite inevitable. 


While our views regarding this matter are diametrically opposed , and probably cannot be reconciled or c onvinced otherwise,
one thing is for certain, death in this life awaits us all.  There's also still a fair chance all of us in the west / northern hemisphere will die in a nuclear blast. I do envy the people a little who live in those parts of the world that seem irrelevant in the global scale of events. Europe and North America  for sure aren't.


  Yes, Russian nukes would make Covid sort of moot.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Jan 27th, 2022 at 10:47am
https://youtu.be/ibME0YhL4vA


https://youtu.be/TWk2Z6mzZUU


Skip to 1:00 min on the second one. It is interesting to watch these narrative changes. My experiences with covid patients but especially covid vaccine patients is it had major impacts on many women’s menstrual cycles. It was rare to find someone who didn’t answer those series of questions with a yes. The comment sections of these videos are very much in line with what I’ve heard. Right now we are hearing one day difference on the cycle. Color me skeptical. I wonder if that will change in the future as well.

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Rat Man on Mar 11th, 2022 at 8:24pm
https://www.livescience.com/deltacron-variant-confirmed

Title: Re: Well That Was Quick
Post by Morphy on Mar 13th, 2022 at 6:34pm

Rat Man wrote on Mar 11th, 2022 at 8:24pm:
https://www.livescience.com/deltacron-variant-confirmed


Geez thats the last thing we need!

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