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    Today, 01:33 AM
    OP vid needs a time stamp. $100 million NBC contracts will do that. Payoffs $$$ to script readers.
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    Today, 01:22 AM
    My guess is he was a Jesuit plant. The Vatican is very pro-immigration and works to facilitate it.....outside of Vatican City, of course. https://www.georgetown.edu/news/pope-francis-mass-includes-georgetowns-17th-century-iron-cross/ The Haitian narrative is interesting because they got there somehow (why not straight to the coast like Cubans do?) while the Canary Islands are undergoing a consistent earthquake outbreak and potential volcanic eruption. Perhaps it will pass uneventfully but there's concerns over what happens when a large chunk of the Canaries slides off into the Atlantic...
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    Today, 01:13 AM
    Wait hold on....after all this time we're still talking about "the left" instead of the WEF, the UN and Agenda 2030????? Who the fuck is dumb enough to keep thinking this is a two party political battle??????? Clearly Klaus is much better bffs with Joe than Donald but what difference does it make. Every shot caller wasn't enthused with Donald as a person but he did his job. You vill trust ze plan.
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    Today, 12:54 AM
    They like arm and chest days but pass on core and leg days. I see some GMO soy bellies forming! (even though some of us beef on various topics I do enjoy how we come together to mock the drone LEOs in these threads)
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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    https://www.fuw.ch/article/china-is-going-to-hit-a-wall/ Whole thing worth a read, though it doesn't focus on Evergrande. (Methinks the nonsensical Evergreen/Evergiven incident was a tip-off to what was being engineered)
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    Yesterday, 06:28 PM
    Of course tenants are customers. Everything is commercial contracts, whether you're renting an apartment or buying a widget at Walmart. He's selling a product and/or service just like any other corporation is. He's a idiot if he tries to enforce it and will be sued to bankruptcy. Blackrock is licking their lips at the potential if landlords start doing this. https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/free-books/renters-rights-book/chapter5-2.html
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    Yesterday, 06:23 PM
    Take whatever stance or spin you want but every last person under that bridge has more constitutional rights than any self-proclaimed "US Citizen" does. I'm sure voting for DeSantis will surely fix it in 2024. Voting totally matters, as history has shown.
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    Yesterday, 06:03 PM
    Here's an example of where I think it's fine to lie on employer paperwork related to the shots: https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/hospital-staff-declines-covid-vaccine-religious-reasons-must-attest-also-swearing-tylenol Big Med attorneys have cooked up a new form for religious exemptions and want attestation that person doesn't take stuff like aspirin and Preparation H, because it may have some tie to fetal cell development at some point in history. First, I bet he's lying about the percentage. Second, this is a good example of where not signing the form is perfectly acceptable too. Make them fire you!
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    Yesterday, 10:08 AM
    I'm just waiting for Cramer to tell us monday that Evergrande is fine! It also has hints of Enron, meaning that the infrastructure was built out on the backs of investors and then once that was completed it's revealed to be a big fraud and collapses. Very soon after, the assets built are picked up for pennies on the dollar by the mega-banks and RE funds, while investors get stiffed. Doesn't matter since the infrastructure was built and is in place. That's the game in a nutshell.
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    Yesterday, 10:05 AM
    dp
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    09-16-2021, 12:58 AM
    Never trust anyone who tells you, in some form or another, that "you and him should fight."
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    09-16-2021, 12:44 AM
    I didn't even click (stop giving them clicks and ad revenue...no $$$$ no point) but wow one of the hallmarks of America's 1st Amendment is that speech like that is never a criminal act. This is what has always separated America from the rest of the planet. The freedom to chant Fuck President XXXXXXX without some dipshit writing stupid commentary about how it may be a criminal act.
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    09-16-2021, 12:34 AM
    larry's post is probably the first post in 14 years on RPF that I've seen that is a truly copy and paste job or a badly scripted bot. The quality of internet shilling sure has gone downhill since Biden was installed. At least Q stuff was entertaining. Palantir bought $50mil of physical recently. Even Cramer was talking about gold the other day and is warning of rough times ahead. Yesterday's market screamed dead cat bounce. Shalom my friends. May you have phys and a share of GME for the coming new year.....
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    09-15-2021, 09:18 AM
    Everything mainstream media, whether tv or internet, is run by the group coordinating this psyop. They wouldn't have kicked it off unless and until they had everything in place and controlled from the top in order to maintain the narrative. "This is our shot!" (heh...kinda puts a different spin on that vaccine slogan now doesn't it?)
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    09-15-2021, 09:12 AM
    I hope you don't really believe those numbers....
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    09-14-2021, 11:54 PM
    Lehman collapsed under $60 billion of bad loans and derivatives on Sept 15 2008. Evergrande is $300 billion deep in bad loans and derivatives (probably 5x that figure). Sounds about right adjusted for inflation and today will be 13 years to the day of Lehman's collapse. Who are the big players with lots of exposure to Evergrande this time around? It also reminds me more than a little of Enron. Markets looking nervous! Might be an interesting day today. (15th also start of Yom Kippur. "Fresh start" observance.)
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    09-14-2021, 11:44 PM
    I don't see the point of not signing a termination notice, if presented with one, at least in the absence of other terms being attached into it. Assuming there's no additional terms like promises to not sue or NDAs or not applying for UE, not signing doesn't reserve any additional rights or recourse. But fair enough if you just take the letter as a termination notice without signing it. Obviously yes don't sign if there's terms not agreed with attached though. Don't feed the troll, bro. Just someone trying to muck up the thread with off-topic garbage.
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    09-14-2021, 09:51 AM
    It is complex for sure. While states are generally "at will employment" states, the terms can be modified based on whatever an individual employment contract says. Then there's union contract considerations, among others. Plus the UE aspect. The original post was to make them officially terminate you. At the very least it will clarify eligibility for unemployment benefits, which vary by state. A "voluntary resignation", legally speaking, will rarely qualify someone for UE benefits. A termination for something other than performance generally will. And guess who pays for UE? The employer who fired you pays into the state fund based on amount of claims filed against them.
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    09-14-2021, 09:40 AM
    Since it's come up in the thread already: If presented with any paperwork requesting a signature, read it fully and look for any references to "resignation" or similar wording indicating that the action is anything other than a termination. Refuse to sign anything that doesn't make it clear that it is a termination! If you don't understand what the paper says, tell them you will take it under advisement and have an attorney review it since you don't understand what you are being asked to sign. Like the nurse video I posted, they will try to pressure you, intimidate you, coerce you to sign. Watch as the people you used to chat with daily turn into brownshirts or revert to old cop training. Stay cool. You do not have to sign anything ever! Make them take action against you and continue to demand a termination in writing. If physically removed or your credentials revoked, that is constructive termination. (A very wise man once told me that the most valuable thing I own is my signature. He was 100% correct.)
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    09-14-2021, 09:21 AM
    Thanks for digging up the info you quoted from bblaw, however the topic isn't about worker's comp claims arising from employer-sponsored vax clinics but rather termination for refusing the shots. Different animals entirely. The PREP Act appears to provide legal immunity only in instances where a shot was actually administered and grants immunity from damages to the manufacturer and on down the chain to the person actually sticking the needle in. I can't find anything shielding an employer from liability where the shot wasn't administered.
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    09-13-2021, 09:04 PM
    Do me a favor and fix your quote please. I didn't write what you quoted. 69360 did. Thx Do you have a source for the employer liability waiver claim in the PREP Act? This official website lists liability waivers and no mention whatsoever about employers who require them. https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/legal/prepact/Pages/default.aspx
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    09-13-2021, 04:56 PM
    Notice they are refusing to provide official notice of termination and instead framing it as a voluntary resignation. That's intentional and comes down from the attorneys so they can claim the employee quit or alternatively claim employee stopped coming to work and was thereafter legally terminated for abandoning the job. They will NOT put it in writing that anyone is being fired. Force them or force them to physically remove you from the property. That is an action that can be interpreted as a termination. And notice security guy going into intimidating cop mode. Use their hot-headedness against them! I wish the video showed the outcome. Can someone post this video to Rand's and Massie's social media? I don't use it but it's in their state.
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    09-13-2021, 01:55 PM
    Trust duh plan! :tears: I shouldn't laugh but damn....
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    09-12-2021, 07:02 PM
    .gov and FedRes fiscal years end Sep 30. If nothing in place by then to fund the next fiscal year and cash balance runs out, it's a default and official bankruptcy, but with a strange twist since .gov is technically already bankrupt and has been since 1930, hence why all money is debt/IOUs. This is actually the end of a 91 year bankruptcy, not necessarily the start of a new one. Same for most countries involved in WWI. It's a strange situation. This is why the shift to FedCoin CBDC and abolition of paper cash (the old bankruptcy based system) at the purely fiscal/monetary level. The control aspect of CBDC is a perk but isn't the main reason. This period is why you hold metals! They maintain constant value as currency systems undergo upheavals and allow you to take the value of your labor to the other side (ancient symbolism of gold and silver as constant value....the sun and the moon). I expect the Fed will take ownership of all .gov gold as payment for the 90 years of debt/IOUs and declare it as backing for the CBDC. Hence why Yellen jumped from Fed to Treasury. She is the coordinator of the movement of national gold from .gov to the bankers....or at least the end stage of it, if you believe they've been raiding the gold all along. Bit of history context: WWI countries all declared bankruptcy at roughly the same time, after the bankers engineered the war (after the Fed was established and gold standard still in effect). Bankers then got their politician puppets to enter into agreements with the banks to fund operations through ongoing debt issuance to the banks, called the Public Debt, which eventually turned all money into debt-based currency instead and turned over custodianship of national gold to the Fed as collateral, along with the people's labor. Been that way ever since. Few years after bankruptcy was the gold buyback program in 1933, falsely called a confiscation since people were paid for their gold, which forced the people to deal only in banker issued currency instead of constitutional hard money. What we're seeing now is the end of what started way back then.
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    09-11-2021, 12:41 PM
    Not legislative, per se, but definitely part of the record. Great pics at links. DeSantis with Adelson, Netanyahu and the rest of the usual suspects in visit to Israel in 2019, right before he became a household GOP name. Also, he performed an unusual legislative act there of signing Florida legislation while seated in a foreign country.... https://www.jacksonville.com/news/20190531/desantis-took-trip-to-israel-could-that-benefit-trump-next-year/1 https://www.tallahassee.com/picture-gallery/news/2019/05/28/florida-gov-ron-desantis-and-delegation-visit-israel-photos/1256996001/
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    09-11-2021, 11:51 AM
    They know that none of this will hold up in court (just like how CDC eviction ban didn't) but as long as people acquiesce to the fear/threats in the meantime, the desired end result is still achieved. Can't undo whatever is in that syringe, even when later a court determines there was no legal authority and strikes all this stuff down. Desired end goal is still achieved, however.
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    09-11-2021, 11:32 AM
    That's one option but presents other issues. First, attesting to taking the shot, but not, is falsifying company paperwork and would generally be legitimate grounds for termination without recourse. Do you want to risk that no one checks it or that the employer won't have that ability soon? Lying now opens up a can of worms later. IMO it's better to stand up now. Second, on a psychological level, faking like you took it for a short term reprieve maintains the appearance to others that "everyone's doing it", when clearly no, not everyone is doing it. Publicly showing a front of solidarity is an important aspect to effectively fending this stuff off. YMMV but your suggestion is how a weak person would handle it and is also not legally smart since it advocates for falsifying documents, which can have actual repercussions. An example of the psych aspect:
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