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What kills me, and I don't mean to get into the other hot-button issue here but I will, is that with all this twisting and turning and outright lying, people actually think these same institutions (US government, media, etc.) are going to tell the truth about what's going on in Ukraine or anything else. We've passed the point of nihilism in regards to the trust one can put in government institutions and media.

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What a shit show. Thank you for all you do - which is a helluva lot!

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Basically a boosted Ponzi scheme.

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"they do not make mistakes, they make choices"

This is so important for people to understand. Whether it is the "evolving science" around Covid or the "updated intelligence" for Hunter Biden's laptop and everything in between the truth is a casualty. Messaging has been conflated with journalism and the effectiveness exceeds Orwell. Thank our lucky stars for you and the other truth seekers who keep critical thinking alive.

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I just spoke with a friend (triple jabbed) who was completely taken aback when I told him the vaxxed are 3 times as likely to get infected. He currently has COVID. His wife has remained unvaxxed due to an extremely fortunate allergy to one of the ingredients. I told him she'd dodged a bullet. It's hard to discuss the matter with vaccinated people you care about because you've only got bad news for them and I don't see how they can helped.

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I'm nearly 70 years old but I'm fit and healthy. I am a pure blood who shook off Covid in six days back in January with extra doses of D3, C, zinc, Quercetin, melatonin, and aspirin. Forcing me to submit will not go well: "The stand-off ended in a hail of bullets" will be the last line of the news article.

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Lovely to see you el gato! Have two weeks already zoomed by that quickly, or is this a special dispatch from vacationland?

Whatever the case, thank you for your continued diligence and for being a model Badass German (maybe that should be modified to Badcatass (err, that sounds a bit unpleasant, so let's go with Badasscat) for you):

https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/are-you-a-good-german-or-a-badass

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A delight that Gato has returned from vacation. I was about to go buy a cat.

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This is a great article and indeed, the vaccinated will find themselves reinfected endlessly. As a result, due to immunosuppressive nature of Covid, they will lose whatever they have left of their immune system, leading to an analogue of AIDS and so called "Chronic Covid". Chronic Covid is a condition of constant contagious Covid infection that does not clear.

Large population level changes may soon occur.

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Apr 9, 2022·edited Apr 9, 2022

Wow, just jump back into the pack at 220 mph, why don’t you? It’s like your car was stealthily deposited back onto the speedway from an airplane mid-race.

It’s good to read the incredible analysis you bring to this topic once again. You were missed!

The ship seems to be tilting consistently toward OAS. And while there could be other explanations, the fact that the so-called authorities are again shifting their definitions and further limiting data release indicates a reactive ass-covering recognition of the same things you’re pointing out.

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I get the OAS part in relation to spike, that being the only part of the much larger intact virus.

But when a person is exposed to the live virus, their immune system samples all of the protein, and creates immune responses to the nucleoprotein, capsid etc

Are we to suspect that not only can’t vaccinated people make new immune responses to spike (because of OAS), but they cannot make immune responses to non-spike components?

If so, how does the body know that the bits of SARS-CoV-2 it hasn’t seen before (having only been vaccinated) aren’t to be responded to?

What would be expected to happen in response to completely new viruses, like one of the many which cause common colds?

I guess I’m trying to understand if what we call OAS is actually a wider issue of immunosuppression

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I guess we're beginning to see why so many Pfizer, Moderna, CDC, and FDA employees decided to pass on the jab. No dummies they. Murderers, yes. Dummies, no.

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Meanwhile in Canada, the vaccine procurement contracts signed with Pfizer and Moderna are 100 million doses in 2022, 95 million in 2023 and 95 million in 2024. 290 million doses divided by 39 million Canadians is 7.4 more doses per man, woman and child.

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If true, won’t this mean endless variants for everyone? Ps - welcome back

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One of the major problems facing the UK and Europe overall is that they have a massive (think trillions $$$) debt in their pension system. In short they are flat broke and will never be able to pay these pensioners. There is no solution to this dilemma. That's only one of their financial woes albeit quite a major one.

I would think that those that oversee this financial system, and they run the show, have thought about this long and hard over the past decade or so. I wonder what manner of 'creative solutions' they have pondered to address this nettlesome problem.

Just sayin'.

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I wonder why the UK have been underreporting deaths. Couldn't have anything to do with those deaths appearing in the rates/100,000 but now won't do because they have stopped reporting the rates.

https://nakedemperor.substack.com/p/why-was-the-uk-health-security-agency?s=w

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