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    Today, 03:20 AM
    Earlier this week it was reported that already 22 residents have died (more than 20% of the 106 residents). According to our wonderful media all of them died "of COVID" (instead of the immune suppressing mRNA vaccine). Nursing home executive Evelien Bongers responded: https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/22-elderly-with-dementia-dead-in-1-week-after-the-experimental-mrna-covid-injection-in-the-netherlands/
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    Today, 02:08 AM
    Lying Donald used taxpayer's money to stage events at his venues. Where the taxpayer paid for his security... His real estate business has been booming during the first 4 years of his presidency, as overpaying for the real estate he sold could make them friends with Trump. That's besides the cheap loans he got from his banker-handlers to keep the Trump Organization from going bankrupt. The Chinese government has granted Trump at least 39 trademarks since he took office on top of the at least 7 for Donald´s daughter Ivanka Kushner. There were also the Jewish Ivanka and husband Kushner, who as "unpaid" advisers to daddy-president Trump, made a cool income of between $82 million and $222 million in 2017, compared to $89 to $201 million in 2016 (no information on how much tax they paid...).
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    Today, 02:07 AM
    Didn't the revenue "drop" for just about everybody in the hotel business in the world, during the COVID lockdown? Are you really saying that did become worse for the Trump Organization, because Donald as president didn't have the time to manage his business (are Don Jr and Eric even worse businessmen than their notorious daddy?)? Can you see the irony here, debunked by other articles from the "reputable" Forbes?
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    Yesterday, 02:40 PM
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    Yesterday, 02:32 PM
    This isn't one of those rare instances that both @dannno and the mainstream media are right... There is some confusion over how much lying Donald was/is really worth. According to the "reputable" Forbes, ignoring what was really going on, Donald's net worth substantially decreased during his job as president. That's the same Forbes that once estimated Queen Beatrix's net worth at £25 billion, but then after Prince Bernhard contacted Forbes, "corrected it" to a $250 million. That's also the same Forbes that listed Donald as a billionaire, at the very same time that Donald was so indebted that he said to Ivanka Trump : (at 4:17 mark)
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    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    Notmartha of Lawfulpath found your post "excellent". Notmartha thinks that anARCHy, anARCHist, anARCHism could be added to your post. https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1084
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    Yesterday, 09:38 AM
    During the 2020 elections campaign, Joe Biden promised to end the controversial child migrant detention facilities. But he was lying. Biden is reopening a child migration prison in Texas to lock up 700 minor teenagers. Some "progressive" Democrats have been trying to get some good publicity by criticising this policy of the Biden administration. The best known of these is Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is joined by Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley, who together are known as "The Squad" (and have some genuine American-sounding names): https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/aoc-biden-child-migrant-camp-b1806510.html
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    Yesterday, 03:15 AM
    After concluding that the COVID vaccines are even deadlier than that horrible COVID-19, Hervé Seligmann and Haim Yativ have called the COVID vaccination campaign "a new Holocaust". While this really is terrible, unfortunately the authors don't have enough expertise of statistics to finish this analysis up to scientific standards... They claim that Pfizer's experimental mRNA vaccine causes: . The grand total is 43,781 adverse effects following COVID vaccination in Israel, of whom 660 died, 546 after only the first shot, and 1031 serious and 220 critical adverse effects. Most serious hospitalised COVID cases in Israel occurred on 10 February, at a date that most Israelis were already vaccinated. From 19 January to 10 February 2021, 21 days, an impressive 1,331,881 Israelis citizens got their first COVID vaccine jab. The table shows that 0.042% (568) of these died, and that 2.9% (39,047) became a COVID-19 case.
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    Yesterday, 01:41 AM
    This is certainly NOT the first time that after I post about some controversial topic, our wonderful media suddenly wake up to publish stories on the same... During his 4 years as president, Trump had the Republican party and his campaign spend $8.5 million at his own businesses, including $639,031 spent at Mar-a-Lago for a handful of fundraising lunches and dinners. Republican candidates and committees spent another $2 million at Donald's properties during his presidency. Now that Donald Trump is no longer president, some Republican politicians still think it's very smart to host events at overpriced Trump venues. Utah Sen. Mike Lee, held a $5,300-per-person fundraiser at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago in Florida. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, has scheduled a $4,000-per-person one for 5 March. It isn't known how much they pay the Trump Organization for hosting these events: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump-profiting-off-republicans-mar-a-lago-fundraisers_n_6035a326c5b62bef367930ce
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    02-24-2021, 12:40 PM
    I'm afraid that the following isn't good enough for Trump fans, but as I'm no expert at taxes (especially outside of the Netherlands), this is the best I could do on such short notice; a simple calculation (estimate) of Trump's tax rate in 2016 and 2017... If the "reputable" Forbes is right, lying Donald raked in an estimated $470 million in profits from 2017 to 2019. If we multiply $470 million in profits with 2/3, this means that Donald had an income of about $313 million in total in 2016 and 2017, in which years he paid a total of $1500 in taxes. This means that "billionaire" Donald Trump had an effective tax rate of 0.0005% for those 2 years. I guess that many people (probably excluding the money laundering billionaires that at the same time call for "progressive" tax rates) would settle for such a tax rate!
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    02-24-2021, 12:33 PM
    According to the following, President Donald had a much higher revenue in the first 3 years of his presidency. So if the "reputable" Forbes is right, lying Donald once again wasn't honest, when he disclosed only a maximum of $1,790,614,202 in revenue (or maybe Citizensforethics didn't analyse Donald's disclosure properly?). From 2017 to 2019, the Donald’s businesses raked in an "estimated $1.9 billion of revenue". This resulted in $470 million in profits for lying Donald. Trump’s commercial real estate assets converted more like 50% of their revenue into profit, generated an estimated $313 million of income to President Donald from 2017 to 2019. This means that they were far more lucrative than the golf courses and clubs, with modest-margins: https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/09/11/trumps-businesses-raked-in-19-billion-of-revenue-during-his-first-three-years-in-office/ (https://archive.is/SlwA8)
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    02-24-2021, 10:22 AM
    The following horrible "conspiracy theorist" argues that the coronavirus "pandemic" is a "hoax". The most important argument presented (certainly in the context of this thread) is explaining that COVID-19 was never isolated. Instead they falsely used the PCR test to detect 3 viral genes, falsely claiming this is "isolation". Because these 3 primers only cover about half of the virus' genome, if the PCR test (after how many cycles?) is used to detect these 3 primers, this does not prove the presence of this virus (and is certainly no "isolation"). See the following 2 excerpts from the article. https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/covid-19-hoax (https://archive.is/MXLnl)
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    02-24-2021, 09:49 AM
    That's an easy claim, but do you have any actual information (evidence) on how much Trump actually paid for his campaign?!? Wasn't that another one of his wild claims that turned out to be a loan to his campaign that he got back from the donations to his campaign? Isn't it strange that whenever I post something less than flattering about lying Donald, I have to fear getting the sh*t trolled out of me... By the same Trumptards that claim the whole internet is biased against poor Donald? There is no denying, although Trumptards could certainly try, that lying Donald reaped profits from the voter fraud hysteria that he can in turn use on pay-to-play schemes with crooked politicians (once again playing the rich man's role of buying politricksters). Trump-and-Biden-use-voter-fraud-for-campaign-donations
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    02-23-2021, 02:18 PM
    Israel that leads the "mass vaccination contest" has reported a radical shift in the nature of the pandemic. It doesn’t take a genius to suspect that this was caused by the mass vaccination campaign and it doesn't look good! As of now more than a third of critical patients in hospital with COVID are between 30 to 59 years old. This suggests that the vaccines make younger age groups, including new-borns and pregnant women, more vulnerable... The number of critical patients dropped to 858 - the lowest since January 4 - but this is still more than double that of mid-December, when Israel started its "pioneering" experiment in mass vaccination. In November 2020, Israel had detected only 400 coronavirus cases under the age of 2. By February 2021, that number grew to 5,800 (an impressive rise of 1300%). Until 20 December, when Israel launched its vaccination campaign, the country had registered 3,074 COVID-19 deaths. In less than two months of "successful" mass vaccination that number almost doubled to 5,526. Israel has the highest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the world, with over 58% of the population poisoned with the mRNA vaccines since 20 December 2020. This spectacular rise in deaths (80%) occurred when the country was in lockdown, so it wasn’t exactly "social gathering" that helped the virus spread. The only thing that was "spreading" in Israel in this period were the Pfizer vaccines...
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    02-23-2021, 02:13 PM
    According to Forbes' Dan Alexander and Matt Drange, Trump takes at least $175 million from commercial tenants, including the state-owned Industrial & Commercial Bank of China. Forbes noted that at least three dozen Trump tenants have "meaningful relationships with the federal government, from contractors to lobbying firms to regulatory targets". We don’t know all of the companies because according to federal disclosure laws Trump isn’t required to tell where his businesses get their money. Foreign governments have been trying to get on president Donald's good side, they've "donated public land, approved permits and eased environmental regulations for Trump-branded developments, creating a slew of potential conflicts as foreign leaders make investments that can be seen as gifts or attempts to gain access to the American president through his sprawling business empire". The Chinese government has granted Trump at least 39 trademarks since he took office on top of the at least 7 for Donald´s daughter Ivanka Kushner. Another way to “lobby” president Trump is to buy real estate from the Trump Organization. In 2017, Trump's companies sold more than $35 million in real estate. In the year after he got the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, "70% of buyers of Trump properties were limited liability companies – corporate entities that allow people to purchase property without revealing all of the owners' names. That compares with about 4% of buyers in the two years before". Some argue that this is suspicious because limited liability companies are especially founded to obscure buyers' identities.
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    02-23-2021, 02:04 PM
    You must be so proud of that post that you've once again copy-pasted it from somewhere else. May I suggest that the next time you copy it, you correct "investements"?!? Maybe you forgot to notice that this isn't relevant to the question I asked, let alone this thread?!? I can imagine that Trumptards find a MAGA-bootlicker more credible than a simple guy like me...
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    02-23-2021, 12:27 PM
    In another great example of crony capitalism, Alex Bourne was awarded £30 million in contracts, despite having no experience in medical supplies. Alex Bourne is however the former neighbour and buddy of UK health secretary Matt Hancock. See the 2 friends at Alex Bourne's former pub, the Cock Inn in Thurlow. Both Bourne and Hancock have strongly denied that Bourne was awarded these contracts because he has friends in high places. But they weren't quite able to explain why Bourne was awarded these contracts. This is especially strange as Bourne simply subcontracted 2 distributors to deliver test tubes that had pre-existing deals with the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC). At first Bourne’s lawyers flatly denied that their client had any discussions with Hancock to get awarded these multimillion government contracts, but he was forced to admit that he had exchanged text and email messages with Hancock over several months. Bourne admitted that he sent his first WhatsApp message offering his services on 30 March to Hancock’s mobile number in a message that started with: “Hello, it’s Alex Bourne from Thurlow”.
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    02-23-2021, 12:25 PM
    The following suggests that in 4 years as US president, lying Donald finally became a billionaire: Trump-earns-1-6-billion-as-president Maybe @Krugminator2 can estimate what tax rate poor Donald paid in 2016 and 2017?!?
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    02-23-2021, 12:22 PM
    Please amuse me and share with us which second language you "smart" troll know better than I do English?!? While you're at it maybe you can figure out what tax rate poor Donald paid in 2016 and 2017? NYT-hit-piece-suggests-GOP-2016-candidate-Adelson-funded-was-not-very-rich#post6982540
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    02-23-2021, 10:02 AM
    While Trump promised that he wouldn't be paid as US president, it sure looks as if he profited handsomely from "pay-to-play" schemes. Trump disclosed between $1,613,583,013 and $1,790,614,202 in revenue from the Trump Organization and other outside income during his 4 years as US president: https://www.citizensforethics.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Trump-Donald-J.-2021Termination-278.pdf Foreigners looking for a good deal from the US government were more than happy to pay the exorbitant Trump prices, hoping that they would make more from wheeling and dealing with the Donald. A large portion of the revenue came from his famous properties where lying Donald was often seen during his presidency — Mar-a-Lago, The Trump International Hotel in Washington, and his golf course at Doral in Florida, Bedminster in New Jersey, and Trump National in Virginia. President Donald even directed government to spend taxpayer's money at his properties over and over again. Trump insisted doing government business at Mar-a-Lago, and even directed VP Mike Pence to stay at Doonbeg when he had meetings on the other side of Ireland. To top it all, Donald attempted to host the G-7 Conference at his struggling Trump National Doral property.
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    02-23-2021, 03:16 AM
    The UK was one of the first countries in the world to begin the mass COVID vaccination campaign, starting slowly in the first week of December 2020 and then much faster in mid-late December. It is striking to see such a sharp uptick in deaths starting shortly after the mass vaccination started. ONS data shows that weekly UK care home deaths tripled in the 2 weeks between 8 and 22 January 2021, at a time when there was a massive increase in the rate of vaccinations of care home residents. It seems very plausible that the main causative factor are these experimental mRNA vaccines that haven't been tested in a proper medical trial. One possible explanation for a rise in infections and deaths is the reduction in lymphocyte levels for 6 to 8 days following vaccination as was seen in Pfizer’s Phase 1/2 Trial. This could result in a heightened susceptibility to infections, which could be deadly for some frail and elderly people.
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    02-22-2021, 03:03 PM
    Who could have guessed that Napoleon Bonaparte was an early Zionist?!? On 9 February 1797, in Italy when Napoleon and his army entered Ancona, he noticed that the Jewish community was restricted to living in a ghetto and had to walk around with yellow bonnets and a yellow arm band with the "Star of David", so they could be identified as Jews. Napoleon immediately ordered that the arm bands and yellow bonnets were removed and closed the ghettos. The Jews of Ancona were allowed to live anywhere and could practice their religion openly. Later, Napoleon also liberated the Jews of Rome, Venice, Verona and Padua. On 12 June 1798, when the French occupied Malta, Napoleon learnt that the Templar Knights did not allow the Jews to practice their religion in a synagogue and enslaved Jewish prisoners and used them as slaves or sold them. Napoleon immediately gave the Jews permission to build a synagogue. On 20 April 1799, Napoleon issued a proclamation that was published on 22 may 1799.
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    02-22-2021, 11:02 AM
    The US Supreme Court in a 7-2 vote has decided that there is no reason to block the release of Donald Trump's tax returns to prosecutors, who can now subpoena the former president for his financial documents from January 2011 to August 2019. But they won't be publicly released (is there more than we already know?): https://edition.cnn.com/2021/02/22/politics/supreme-court-trump-taxes-vance/index.html
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    02-22-2021, 10:59 AM
    The US Supreme Court in a 7-2 vote has decided that there is no reason to block the release of Donald Trump's tax returns to prosecutors, who can now subpoena the former president for his financial documents from January 2011 to August 2019. But they won't be publicly released (is there more than we already know?): https://edition.cnn.com/2021/02/22/politics/supreme-court-trump-taxes-vance/index.html
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    02-22-2021, 10:42 AM
    I've earlier posted about the French Revolution and Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte effectively being controlled by British Intelligence... The following confirms that British Whig politician Charles James Fox and his nephew and wife his nephew Henry and Elizabeth Vassall-Fox (better known as Lord and Lady Holland) supported Napoleon. See the caricature of Napoleon receiving Charles James Fox and his wife, and Lord and Lady Holland at "His Suite at Paris", 1802. In 1800, Charles James Fox wrote to a friend that he had “entirely forgiven and am willing to think him one of the best as I am sure he is the greatest of men… He certainly has surpassed, in my judgment, Alexander & Caesar, not to mention the great advantage he has over them in the cause he fights in”. In 1802, Fox went to Paris to meet Napoleon. In February 1806, Fox was selected as British Foreign Secretary and entered into war talks with Napoleon’s foreign minister, Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand.
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