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    Today, 12:12 AM
    You two just can't admit you were wrong.
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    Yesterday, 06:08 PM
    U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Thursday the process of removing all contractors from Afghanistan working with the United States was under way as part of President Joe Biden’s withdrawal of forces from the country. The remarks are the clearest indication yet that Biden’s April order to withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 extended to U.S.-funded contractors. Asked whether the Pentagon had issued orders to withdraw not just American troops but also contractors, Austin said: “We’re going to responsibly retrograde all of our capabilities that we are responsible for and the contractors fall in that realm as well.” Austin said the drawdown was going according to plan so far. More at: https://news.whatfinger.com/2021/05/06/pentagon-chief-says-removal/
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    Yesterday, 12:45 AM
    They want the votes, the slave level wages and the virtue signalling.
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    05-05-2021, 01:33 AM
    Here is an interesting little tidbit – I can make a credible case the vaccine could alter human psychology in reproducible fashion, and even I am surprised by this. I was surfing 4Chan when I found one of those “I am an elite, AMA” threads screencapped. What struck me was this quote by the elite – “Anti-vaxxers will be railed against hard in the media. It will begin with airports. You will not be allowed to travel without the vaccine. We have already implemented this in a limited fashion. Slowly but surely we will have big businesses, and then finally convince the people to only allow vaccinated people into the premises on the basis of the health of the people. The vaccine will also modify your DNA to make you more complacent.“ First to be considered, is the reports of RNA Coronaviruses integrating their RNA genes into human DNA genomes. The theory is either the body is continuing to copy the RNA or is burning it back into DNA through a natural process we haven’t found, or it is doing so by using Reverse Transcriptase present in the cell from some latent retro-viral infection. The salient point being mRNA, viral or vaccine, may not be going away once it is in the cell, so you can expect at least some people will be producing those mRNA vaccine molecules persistently once they get into the system. If the vaccine is permanent, then you have to look at the fact it is producing an ACE2 receptor ligand in the form of that Spike protein, which binds the ACE2 receptor like a hormone or steroid, and either turns that signal on or shuts it off (We don’t know for sure which, but it is affecting receptor function just by binding it). So theoretically, the vaccine could function like an endogenously produced peptide hormone signal in the body. So then you’d have a vaccinated individual, producing this signal themselves, which makes you ask, does this ACE2 receptor have any effect on psychology, and moreover any effect on any aspect of psychology associated with political ideology, or compliance? Funny you should ask: Increasing brain angiotensin converting enzyme 2 activity decreases anxiety-like behavior in male mice by activating central Mas receptors. Anxiety is code for amygdala. And as this site’s obsession has shown, all politics is amygdala-related. Affect amygdala, and you affect everything from confrontational behavior, to ideology, to sex drive. And then there is this: Animals with genetic alterations in the expression of ACE2 develop a diverse pattern of phenotypes ranging from hypertension, metabolic and behavioural dysfunctions, to impairments in serotonin synthesis and neurogenesis. So on that last one, look at what it means. They have been doing research in transfecting living animals with genes that alter ACE2 activity, to see what it does to brains and psychology. Now suppose I was a Cabal scientist, and somebody said to me, we want to change behavior by genetically altering the population. First you need everybody to take a shot. A vaccine is an obvious choice. Next you need everybody, or almost everybody, to take it. That means you need a pandemic, real or imagined, for that. So far doable, or done, even. You hit the research, and find the peptide which, if introduced, will produce the requisite brain change, to make people more docile and compliant. I find out what receptor it activates, which in this case was ACE2. Maybe I even do an experiment to see what would happen if I used transgenic technology to alter the activity of the ACE2 receptor with specific peptides, just to see if it disrupted anything else in the body that could be overly problematic. Now you need that shot that you are going to deliver, to alter ACE2 activity. You could try a regular peptide vaccine to the active site motif of the ACE2 receptor, but those can be hit or miss in individuals, with different antibodies produced depending on chance encounters of each individual immune...
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    05-04-2021, 02:00 AM
    Just because SCOTUS didn't take that particular case doesn't mean that the federal ban will stand or that the state bans will stand when the 6th Circuit case reaches SCOTUS.
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    05-03-2021, 02:45 AM
    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-week-that-perished-137/ The Week’s Most Waxing, Taxing, and Vaxxing Headlines AND THE OSCAR GOES TO…RACISM! The Academy Awards don’t exactly have the best record when it comes to racial groveling; every virtue-signaling stunt seems to backfire. At the 1988 Oscars, the Academy made a huge deal about how Eddie Murphy was going to announce the winner for Best Picture. Unfortunately, once Murphy was up on stage, he decided to harangue the Academy about its “racism,” becoming so distracted by his tangent, he forgot to read the final nominee, forcing the people he’d just insulted to shout from their seats about the oversight. It was a funny moment…just not in the way Murphy intended. Indeed, he joked that his behavior might one day cost him an Oscar of his own. And in fact, almost twenty years later, Murphy was so certain he was going to win Best Supporting Actor for Dreamgirls that he stormed out of the auditorium after he lost to Alan Arkin for Little Miss Sunshine. Once again, the black man playin’ second fiddle to the Jew. In 2017, host Jimmy Kimmel thought it would be charming to bring a tour bus of random Hollywood Boulevard strangers into the theater during the live taping. What an impish prank! Until it turned out that one of the tourists, a black gentleman who was feted by the assembled A-listers, was a three-strikes career criminal who only a few days earlier had been released from a 25-to-life stretch for (among other things) grand theft and attempted rape. What were the odds? (Not that bad, actually.)
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    05-03-2021, 02:27 AM
    And from California.
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    05-02-2021, 12:32 AM
    One of the most important things we've learned over the past year is the vulnerability of global supply chains. Most notably, supply disruptions of lumber have catapulted prices to the moon. The narrative touted in the public domain is that COVID-19 sparked a dramatic underestimate in capacity by sawmills early in the pandemic as the Federal Reserve slashed interest rates to zero, sparking a housing boom. The influx of demand outpaced supply and has caused lumber prices to jump 340% from a year ago, according to Random Lengths. In terms of output, the lumber industry is controlled by just a handful of firms, including Weyerhaeuser Co., Georgia-Pacific LLC, West Fraser Timber Co., Ltd., among others, which makes it easier for capacity to be controlled. Maybe there's more to the lumber story that we're not being told and should be investigated more in-depth by journalists. YouTube account "Ken's Karpentry" recently published a video of "huge quantities" of lumber sitting and not in lumberyards. The exact location of the video is not mentioned but could be near Lyndonville, Vermont.
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    05-02-2021, 12:22 AM
    McCarthy was a great man. We need to bring back HUAC. (Which was a House committee and didn't actually have anything to do with Senator McCarthy)
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    05-02-2021, 12:19 AM
    That only stops some of it. We will finish it when the usurper is thrown out.
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    04-30-2021, 11:07 PM
    They should be the only taxes at the federal level.
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    04-30-2021, 11:05 PM
    Excessive immigration is government intervention in the economy and so are the subsidies they give immigrants to come and to start businesses.
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    04-30-2021, 01:37 AM
    We must rectify slavery by sending them all back to where they would have been born if the slaves were never brought here. We can trade them to South Africa for the Boers if there are any left alive.
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    04-30-2021, 01:25 AM
    Another way inflation is disguised to make the ridiculous claims that everyone is better off is the destruction of quality in everything.
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    04-29-2021, 03:02 PM
    Nah you dig up some interesting stuff. You're just a statist though.
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    04-29-2021, 02:31 PM
    Well then you are the ridiculous person for answering "yes". In fact the car does still get you from a-to-b with a tit-milking nozzle attached to it. More generally, your sentence is nonsense. It's false. Many things manage to be useful despite having parts that are not useful. You know this. Everyone reading this knows this. Yet you puff up and put on airs when corrected, instead of saying "yeah, you were right" like a man with some honor. It's pathetic. And you've been called out on it. That's what happens when you try to double down with laughable, ridiculous flailing in an attempt to defend a stupid thing you wrote.
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    04-29-2021, 05:50 AM
    Yeah but it's so strange the media speaks with one voice isn't it? Have you read Douglas Reed's "The Controversy of Zion"? He documents a bit of how a particular group took over the media. It's really interesting history.
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    04-29-2021, 05:40 AM
    Have you still not noticed nobody else responding to you. It's because you never address the points people bring up. But hey it's cool. Keep bloggin dude. I am nerd enough to learn from your posts. Just .. we are not going to have conversations about them. And notice - NOBODY ELSE WILL, WITH YOU.
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    04-29-2021, 02:12 AM
    HEY BUDDY! DID YOU WRITE THIS? If that's true, please answer me this question: yes/no If I add a non-useful part to a car like a cow-tit-milking-nozzle, does this disable the car?
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    04-28-2021, 02:35 AM
    The State Department on Tuesday ordered a significant number of its remaining staff at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul to leave Afghanistan as the military steps up the pullout of American troops from the country. The order came as the U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan told lawmakers that it no longer made sense to continue the 20-year deployment of American troops there. Shortly before he spoke, the State Department said it had instructed all personnel to depart unless their jobs require them to be physically located in Afghanistan. The order was not specific as to the number of people affected, but it went well beyond the usual curtailment of staffers for security and safety reasons. Such orders normally apply only to non-essential personnel. In an updated travel advisory for Afghanistan, the department said it had ordered the departure of all U.S. government employees “whose functions can be performed elsewhere.” It also said American citizens should not travel to Afghanistan and those there who want to depart “should leave as soon as possible on available commercial flights.” The embassy in Kabul is heavily dependent on the U.S. military for security, and staff drawdowns had been been underway since the Trump administration had announced last year that American troops would be withdrawn from Afghanistan by May 1.
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    04-28-2021, 12:50 AM
    You can overdose on Vitamin D, zinc, melatonin and NAC, nobody should get credit for pushing this dangerous and destructive advice. /sarc If Trump had pushed any other cures the MSM would have made up the same type of lies and big pharma would have rigged the same kind of studies. And Trump never said to ingest or inject isopropyl alcohol, he said they were testing its destructive power against the virus, ingesting or injecting food grade alcohol would have been the therapeutic application of concept. But the MSM twisted his words (which you continue to repeat) to ensure the alternate therapies he was trying to push were disregarded, just like with HCQ and just as the would have done with the things you wanted him to push.
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    04-28-2021, 12:44 AM
    Drake doesn't care. Just like the MSM he gets the talking points from he only cares that they can be used to attack Trump.
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    04-28-2021, 12:39 AM
    "Other Disinfectants" Testing the power of alcohol to destroy the virus with cheap isopropyl alcohol before using more expensive food grade alcohol on patients makes sense. I specifically didn't say isopropyl alcohol was commonly found in the human bloodstream, just alcohol. See above, your use of strawmen is tiresome.
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    04-27-2021, 01:59 AM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    A raging gun battle between rival Mexican drug gangs near the U.S. border left eight people dead and a string of burned-out armored trucks littering a roadway. Residents of the northern border state of Tamaulipas said Monday the gun battles occurred Saturday and continued into Sunday in the hamlet of Santa Rosalia, located in the border township of Camargo. The residents asked not to be identified for fear of reprisals. They said burned bodies were found lying in or near the burned out trucks, at least three of which had welded steel plates that served as improvised armor. They said police and soldiers only ventured into the area in the daytime over the weekend, but that the cartel gunmen re-emerged at night to continue their battle. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the gun battle was between two rival gangs, and that “many people” had been killed in the confrontation. The area has long been disputed between the Northeast cartel, a remnant of the old Zetas gang, and the Gulf cartel.
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