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    @mott-the-hoople said
    At a news conference today biden refused questions and actually said he wasnt taking questions because they would ask him about russia. Damn this idiot.
    He will not answer questions unless he knows who is going to ask them. He will call on certain people to ask him questions. That way he knows it will be a soft ball lob that he is prepared for. To be fair, it was not him that started that.

    Could you imagine someone unexpected asking a president questions? If Aaron Mate asked him questions could you imagine how much damage it would do? That is why the POTUS' pick who asks the questions.

    Did you notice that all the people he picked to ask him questions wore face masks?
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    @shavixmir said
    I'm an extremist because I use and quote the data provided by EVERY SINGLE GOVERNMENT, all health services and every bloody expert there is...

    Yet, you, who masturbate whilst watching your mother shower, who believes absolutely every madhatter theory that contradicts every single expert... written by people who... go figure... aren't experts in anything... are not an extremist?

    In what world do you reside?
    No you aren't. I would like to see you post data provided by EVERY SINGLE GOVERNMENT, all health services and every bloody expert there is. Start with Dr. Robert Malone. He is an expert, yet you never posted data from him.

    https://rumble.com/vsxh9w-democratic-voters-want-to-imprison-the-unvaccinated.html

    I challenge you to do what you falsely claimed you did. You are a covid extremist and a liar.
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    21 Jan '22 07:55
    @sonhouse said
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    You do realize nature has had a BILLION years to perfect its weapons. I think it is clear this is one of those weapons saying there are too DAM many people on the planet and there is a culling going on. Seems to happen about every century or so.

    But each time we are stronger scientifically starting with Pasteur, medicine gets stronger all the time so comp ...[text shortened]... e last one, covid is a bad one and so specific to attack humans could never have been done in a lab.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/new-emails-expose-faucis-role-shaping-highly-influential-paper-established-covid-natural
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    21 Jan '22 07:55
    Fauci ADMITS we will never eradicate SARS2 and we will all get it.

    https://rumble.com/vsxhd8-fauci-admits-jimmy-dore-is-right-about-covid.html

    But no1, suzi and sonhouse would rather get the virus from a vaccinated person than an unvaccinated person when they get it.
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    20 Jan '22 07:06
    Natural immunity ‘gives better protection against Covid delta variant than vaccines alone’

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/natural-immunity-gives-better-protection-212744441.html
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    20 Jan '22 00:48
    @sh76 said
    What to do to help Ukraine is a very difficult question under any circumstances. But it's plain that Biden has neither the guts nor the skill to deal with this issue. Ukraine will fall unless Putin decides to hold off on his own for some reason we may not be thinking of or be privy to.
    Don't assume Biden is making these decisions all on his own. He probably has Henry Kissinger advising him.

    Letting Russia invade may serve as a propaganda tool to demonize Russia.
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    20 Jan '22 00:41
    @suzianne said
    NATO missiles on Ukrainian territory?

    Are you insane?
    If it is so insane the west should pledge not to put any there. Easy.
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    20 Jan '22 00:38
    @no1marauder said
    I'm not interested in what one of the primary authors of the Great Barrington Declaration claims. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Barrington_Declaration

    Kulldorff's opinions are far outside of mainstream scientific views regarding COVID.

    EDIT: Besides the issue wasn't whether getting COVID OR getting vaccinated affords "better" immunity (the subject of the cited ...[text shortened]... .21262415v1?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=MuAN97RzYS5i0ARHyXOoS2QhPL4LbQOgU0ezT8U01Bg-1642566884-0-gaNycGzNCL0
    That is the delta variant, not omicron.
    Omicron is vaccine resistant, even more so than delta.

    Once again, why is Pfizer making a new omicron specific gene vaccine if the gene vaccines now are effective against the omicron variant? They are lying. This should be obvious to even a moron.
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    19 Jan '22 11:06
    @wildgrass said
    You're saying the guy using an American flag as a battering ram to break through a barricaded door in congress was an FBI agent?

    During BLM protests, conservative media wanted Antifa shot and killed on sight for entering federal buildings. In this case though, there was clearly a violent mob trying to get in through that door that led to congress. Babbitt jumped through ...[text shortened]... s there to disrupt congressional certification of a US presidential election and reclaim the throne.
    Yes.
    They never denied it when asked. They refused to answer.
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    19 Jan '22 03:41
    https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/01/18/new-video-analysis-ashli-babbitt-chatted-with-capitol-officers-and-attempt-to-calm-protesters-before-being-executed/
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    19 Jan '22 03:10
    @no1marauder said
    Public health agencies are in agreement that the vaccines provide additional levels of protection even for those who have had COVID:

    "You should get a COVID-19 vaccine even if you already had COVID-19.

    Getting sick with COVID-19 offers some protection from future illness with COVID-19, sometimes called “natural immunity.” The level of protection people get from havi ...[text shortened]... ated if you wish; you just can't travel to Australia unvaccinated without a valid medical exemption.
    Here is an excerpt from the link below:

    "The CDC study did not create a cohort of people to follow over time. Instead, they identified people hospitalized with Covid-like symptoms, and then they evaluated how many of them tested positive versus negative for Covid. Among the vaccinated, 5% tested positive, while it was 9% among the Covid recovered. What does this mean?

    Though the authors do not mention it, they adopt a de facto case-control design. While not as strong as a cohort study, this is a well-established epidemiological design. The first study to show that smoking increases the risk of lung cancer used a case-control design. They compared hospitalized patients with lung cancer and found more smokers in that group compared to non-cancer patients, who served as controls. Note that if they had restricted the control group to people with (say) heart attacks, they would have answered a different question: whether smoking is a larger risk factor for lung cancer than it is for heart attacks. Since smoking is a risk factor for both diseases, such a risk estimate would differ from the one they found.

    In the CDC study on Covid immunity, the cases are those patients hospitalized for Covid disease, having both Covid-like symptoms and a positive test. That is appropriate. The controls should constitute a representative sample from the population from which the Covid patients came. Unfortunately, that is not the case since Covid-negative people with Covid-like symptoms, such as pneumonia, tend to be older and frailer with comorbidities. They are also more likely to be vaccinated.

    Suppose we wanted to know whether the vaccine rollout successfully reached not only the old but also frail people with comorbidities. In that case, we could conduct an age-adjusted cohort study to determine if the vaccinated were more likely to be hospitalized for non-Covid respiratory problems such as pneumonia. That would be an interesting study to do.

    The problem is that the CDC study answers neither the direct question of whether vaccination or Covid recovery is better at decreasing the risk of subsequent Covid disease, nor whether the vaccine rollout successfully reached the frail. Instead, it asks which of these two has the greater effect size. It answers whether vaccination or Covid recovery is more related to Covid hospitalization or if it is more related to other respiratory type hospitalizations."

    https://brownstone.org/articles/a-review-and-autopsy-of-two-covid-immunity-studies/
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    19 Jan '22 02:52
    @sh76 said
    Infection is a stupid endpoint against which to measure the effectiveness of vaccines.

    These are respiratory infections that can live in the nasal passages and is super contagious when expelled and inhaled (especially Omicron). the idea that bloodborne antibodies were going to sterilize this thing was never realistic.

    A better endpoint is serious illness or death.
    That depends on what you mean by "effectiveness". It is not effective at preventing getting infected and infecting others. It does not reduce the spread.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/29/who-warns-vaccine-resistant-covid-variants-could-emerge-amid-pandemic.html

    Eventually the effectiveness of gene vaccines will decline over time and become useless against the new variants.
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    19 Jan '22 01:40
    This is what is required to avoid Russia invading the Ukraine.

    Pledges from the West — including a promise not to conduct NATO military activity in Eastern Europe — because Russia's security is threatened by Ukraine’s growing ties with the Western alliance and the possibility of NATO missiles being deployed against it on Ukrainian territory.
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    @filthyherman said
    I was under the impression that Robert Malone invented the Mrna technique, and has recently found himself being taken down becasue he is questioning the way that it is being used?

    Seems to have echoes of Kary Mullis who invented the RT_PCR test (Noble Prize) and told the world that you cant use it in epidemic situations.
    Yes, Mullis once said his PCR tests should not be used for what they have been used for. He also said Fauci doesn't know much about anything and that he would say it to his face. Mullis is a good example of someone that thought science was being corrupted.

    Mullis was quoted saying "the never-ending quest for more grants and staying with established dogmas" has hurt science. He believed that "science is being practiced by people who are dependent on being paid for what they are going to find out," not for what they actually produce.
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    @sonhouse said
    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/17/us/politics/russia-ukraine-kyiv-embassy.html

    Sounds like final preparations for war. 100,000 troops on the border so all we are waiting for now is what Putin puts up as an excuse to attack Ukraine with the agenda of getting the old Soviet empire back.
    Of course.
    Biden said he would not intervene militarily. Just said he would apply more sanctions and Russia probably expects that regardless of what happens.

    Pretty much a green light. It is important to point out GHW Bush gave the big green light to Saddam Hussein to invade Kuwait though. Then Poppy Bush invaded Iraq, but didn't overthrow Saddam.

    Has the West dropped its “aggressive line"?

    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/22/putin-says-russia-has-nowhere-to-retreat-over-ukraine.html

    If not, Russia will invade. He pretty much made that clear. He said this:

    “What the U.S. is doing in Ukraine is at our doorstep... And they should understand that we have nowhere further to retreat to. Do they think we’ll just watch idly?” Putin said.
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