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Old 26.03.2020, 13:33
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Because the virus IS connected which I explained above. Exercises before events means the event was planned. Its standard procedure, not a coincedence. The exercises happened at ground zero, right before the event for crying out loud. Do you really need BBC or CNN to hold your hand to the truth? HA! Been there, seen that. It wont happen. They read you a script that most of you consider to be the gospel of truth. Operation Mocking Bird has become Operation Parrot because thats all they do. You can change the channel, but its the same script.
Deep down you know this may be true but you are just not ready to accept it quite yet. Its goes against everything we have been taught.
No, it's not because it's all in your head and nowhere else. Get back on topic or post your drivel somewhere else. It's not needed or wanted here.
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Old 26.03.2020, 13:46
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Comfortable, your tin foil hat?
Quite. I got the designer version with neat designer folds and a soft, padded luxury liner. It's sooooo soft. Its Fabulous darling. But it did cost a small fortune. Mostly my conscience, strained family relations, (I come from a Gov't/military family) and having to deal with all of the idiots.

Mostly I just keep my head in the sand and live my life in ways that I can be at ease with myself and the world around me. Its all anyone can do really. What happened in the past I cannot change. Nor can I control the future. THIS moment is all we have and THIS moment is the only place to find happiness. But thats easier said than done. Time to log out and enjoy THIS cold ass moment outside.
But before I go I urge you to give some of those conspiracy theories a second glance, do your own research, and take it with a grain of salt or two. Most of them are exagerated so far from the truth that they lose any form of creadibility, but some of them arent that far from the truth either. Like David Icke. Some of what he says is true. Some is B.S. like shape shifting reptilians. Some of the people he accuses of being "reptilian" are in fact warm blooded mamals. I have personally felt the warmth that is required to be a human and not a fu#king lizard. 😂😂😂
Its up to you to seperate the wheat from the chaff.
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Old 26.03.2020, 14:05
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Quite. I got the designer version with neat designer folds and a soft, padded luxury liner. It's sooooo soft. Its Fabulous darling. But it did cost a small fortune. Mostly my conscience, strained family relations, (I come from a Gov't/military family) and having to deal with all of the idiots.

Mostly I just keep my head in the sand and live my life in ways that I can be at ease with myself and the world around me. Its all anyone can do really. What happened in the past I cannot change. Nor can I control the future. THIS moment is all we have and THIS moment is the only place to find happiness. But thats easier said than done. Time to log out and enjoy THIS cold ass moment outside.
But before I go I urge you to give some of those conspiracy theories a second glance, do your own research, and take it with a grain of salt or two. Most of them are exagerated so far from the truth that they lose any form of creadibility, but some of them arent that far from the truth either. Like David Icke. Some of what he says is true. Some is B.S. like shape shifting reptilians. Some of the people he accuses of being "reptilian" are in fact warm blooded mamals. I have personally felt the warmth that is required to be a human and not a fu#king lizard. 😂😂😂
Its up to you to seperate the wheat from the chaff.
Already did that.
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Old 26.03.2020, 14:15
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They use the Corona Virus as a test case for their total control over the people.
And they can stop any Muslim from coming on the street to demonstrate against muslim discrimination.
Yes Modi we see what you are made of now!
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Old 26.03.2020, 14:34
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Re: Coron-19 a good thing

On the good thing vibe, here is what I have noticed in the country side as a positive because of staying at home/corona:

- we saw some hares (or large bunnies) roaming around in day time - a first!
- we saw deer also roaming, still being a bit sheepish but they stood around for ages.

But that is about it... some of the negatives i am noticing:

- the wine cellar is feeling abused
- nespresso capsules seems to take days... days! to arrive

Also, I really wonder, when this is all done and dusted, and that life goes back to normal, what is the blooming point.... of our bunkers?!

I mean if there ever was a time to all get in them...

Stay safe every one
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Old 26.03.2020, 19:30
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Re: Coron-19 a good thing

This TED talk was on March 11, 2014 so it is 8 years ago. In it he describes the coronavirus-19 problem on a list of 8 things to end the world.

He lists it as no 8, but it interesting listening to the science behind it at the beginning. It describes the exact scenario that played in Wuhan.

He mentions Australia being well setup for this, not read about this in the news... wonder if it is still true.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEfpxiUIZPs

Sorry it isn't very positive...
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Old 26.03.2020, 19:34
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This TED talk was on March 11, 2014 so it is 8 years ago.
2014 is NOT 8 years ago.

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On the good thing vibe, here is what I have noticed in the country side as a positive because of staying at home/corona:

- we saw some hares (or large bunnies) roaming around in day time - a first!
- we saw deer also roaming, still being a bit sheepish but they stood around for ages.
Time to stock up on ammo then!

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Yes. Could be something alot more "ethereal"
But to be serious. The " taste " of fresh clean air can seem strange after 2 decades of shit filled air. And if you feel cold its because the air does not contain that " blanket " of pollution that it normally does

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Old 27.03.2020, 09:04
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Re: Coron-19 a good thing

Frankly at the moment I can't find many "positive" things about the virus. Countries discovering they have insufficient medical supplies and can't even buy masks, medical equipment etc. Can't start producing them because whatever factories they used to have were deemed inefficient and importing even basic things was the thing to do? CH is a bit luckier here, they found a solution to start producing masks and ventilation equipment. But seriously, some areas should have been considered national security domain and even subsidised by the state, you can't leave your well being, health, life at the mercy of others. Far away others even. Will govs finally wake up after this crisis? We'll we stop taking shit advise from IMF and other crap institutions and destroy everything we have just to make it more profitable for a selected few capital owners? I'm pessimistic.
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Old 27.03.2020, 09:10
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they found a solution to start producing masks and ventilation equipment.

Uhm, there is this company in Graubünden that for years has been producing ventilators? They just this week delivered the first 200 extra ventilators to the Swiss army (total order of 900 I think).
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Uhm, there is this company in Graubünden that for years has been producing ventilators? They just this week delivered the first 200 extra ventilators to the Swiss army (total order of 900 I think).
I know about it (found out these days actually). It's insufficient anyway. I just heard about some watch factory that will start producing other stuff needed for this crisis.
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Old 27.03.2020, 10:33
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2014 is NOT 8 years ago.

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After being in isolation for two weeks it just feels like it.
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Hardly surprising seeing as it is Trump, but still disheartening that clean energy are the big losers in the USA stimulus package.



"The omission of expanded tax incentives for renewable energy and spending on green infrastructure is a blow to advocates of solar, wind and electric vehicles who worry that a build-up of new federal debt from stimulus spending will discourage green investment and lending in the future.
The measure disappointed renewable advocates, who are seeking more flexibility to claim existing credits as project timelines slip. Abigail Ross Hopper, head of the Solar Energy Industries Association, said that half of the industry’s jobs are at risk as a result of the pandemic."

Bolsonaro is still refusing to implement basic isolation measures to protect Brazilians against COVID-19, which means that environmental enforcement and protection of the precious Amazon Rainforest will cease because of the virus and could cause a spike in deforestation.



Oh, and Boris has now tested positive
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Old 27.03.2020, 15:02
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Just thinking, all those fundamentalists who promote burka wearing don't seem so weird now.
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I've been waiting for a statement from Climate Change activists, Extinction Rebellion, etc, etc about
how Covid-19 is helping the environment by reversing global warming due to the absence of human
activity and the enforcement of lockdowns, including the worldwide cancellation of airline flights,
not to mention the massive reduction of cars on the roads.

No doubt the environmentalists only regret is Covid-19 cannot be used to degrade plastic waste.
What a strange post- it says much more about you than those who you are trying to deride.

The statement you were waiting for - it came from you yourself! And then you project it on others. Is the thing about plastic your 'only regret' about covid-19?




Please tell me i've misinterpreted, and that you were not trying to imply that environmental activists are happy about a deadly pandemic.
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Old 27.03.2020, 19:24
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Re: Coron-19 a good thing

The really positive thing to come out of this pandemic is that we should now be prepared for the real one - the one that takes 25% or more of those who catch it not somewhere under 1%.

Bubonic plague had a 90% kill rate (though I guess modern medical treatment could have got that down to only 50%)...
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Old 27.03.2020, 19:43
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Bubonic plague had a 90% kill rate (though I guess modern medical treatment could have got that down to only 50%)...
The difference between covid-19 and 'flu, and bubonic plague is that the latter was spread by rat fleas. Human to human infection was possible but rare. It's 10% fatal nowadays. Last outbreak was in India 1994.

Diseases spread by human to human infection have a natural limit on virulence since corpses don't sneeze.
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No - its being used like a Condom to protect the public by maintaining people distancing & unsafe sex !!

As another benefit arising from Covid-19 and the measures taken to safeguard citizens from the virus,
like lockdowns & people distancing - is it can be seen like a massive Condom, thats preventing the
public from engaging in 'free sex' or unsafe relations ( like more than one sexual partner ) and therefore
cutting down on that other great virus scourge of the 1980's that went Pandemic ( as far as those
groups of people, most at risk from it ) HIV, AIDS !!
LOL. Someone is getting withdrawal symptoms - and we're only about two week in.
And the 'free sex people' have learnt how to prevent. Prevent HIV, not free sex.

Next you will quote the bible? Well, I actually expect an other baby-boom in about 10 months. All this unprotected conjugal sex when the tv program starts repeating itself .... EF already is . That should please you. Good for the AHV-insurance system anyway.
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Stanford University scientist agrees with you.

His study shows that the virus indirectly saved 20 times more lives than it originally killed because of less polluted air due to the lock down

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcm.../#1f670fb734fe
What about those the disease has killed indirectly (through economic damage etc.) What about the huge numbers of person hours effectively lost directly as a result of lockdown.
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