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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Coronavirus Lies on: August 31, 2020, 09:05:49 AM
Some of you guys are starting to sound like that Jet Cash character, and he is under attack for noy accepting the Anglophone empire narrative, and trying to fins out the real facts for himself.
It isn't the number of infections that matter, despite the government fear mongering. I believe that all of the developed nations, and most of the others, will eventually end up with all of the population being infected. The good news is that the virus in itself is not life threatening ,and as evidence if this, you don't see people dying like flies in the street. This means that the numbers of infected are heavily manipulated, and almost certainly under reported. They still haven't got an accurate testing system for those who have been infected by the virus, and have gained long term immunity.
The most frightening thing about the virus is the emerging government actions that purport to be in our interests, but seem to be aimed at wealth transfer,and the expansion of the Anglophone Empire's eugenics programme.
2  Other / Off-topic / Re: Take care of your health and earn Bitcoin on: August 26, 2020, 01:06:52 PM
So many people bang on about health, but don't really do anything about it. The healthiest vegetables are things like stinging nettles, dandelions, thistle roots, and bramble shoots, and they are all free if you are prepared to get some exercise by collecting them. Health doesn't come out of a bottle, or a needle stuck in your arm. It come from speeding up your metabolic rate by walking faster, and taking the stairs, and by walking erect to avoid neck problems.
3  Other / Serious discussion / Re: What I have learnt from the pandemic -points- on: August 26, 2020, 12:59:06 PM
Come on guys - the Corona virus is not a punishment from God, it is a man made creations that is intended to punish us for not supporting the poisonous and crippling vaccination industry. It is also a good excuse to start an economic reset to lose the toxic debt in the banking world. You can keep control of your life, but not if you follow the left hand path of the money Pharmers.

We've been handling Corona viruses since the 1930s, and this one is less severe than many of the others in the family. Don't fall for all their lies and deceit about it, and take control of your own health.

No seed oils
No masks
No refined sugars
No ultra-processed foods
No pills or other pharma poisons
No drugs
No smoking or vaping
No vaccinations
No cheap alcohol
No glyphosate polluted food
4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Someone who believed virus not real had wife dead to Covid-19 on: August 26, 2020, 11:37:14 AM
So once again we have a fake report of a Corona virus death. So far nobody seems to have claimed the reward for reporting a genuine death of a healthy person from the virus. With no deaths anywhere in the world from the virus, why are we treating it with such panic?

It seems that the definition of a healthy person has changed. You have to be taking the recommended pharmaceuticals to be considered healthy now. A person with no illness, and who takes no drugs or medicine, and who refuses crippling vaccinations, is no longer considered to be healthy. It's the same as reporting banks who are well under water with toxic debt as healthy.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC Mining, Still Relevant ? on: August 25, 2020, 10:54:19 AM
I still believe that solo mining with an old asic, and solar power is a fun gamble. It's a bit like doing the lottery - you know your chances of winning are pretty remote, but it can be fun, and there is always the chance that you can win. I can't see the point of mining Bitcoin through a pool though.
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Someone who believed virus not real had wife dead to Covid-19 on: August 25, 2020, 10:27:29 AM
If he was collecting medicine for her, then that probably killed her, or the disease that required the medicine. It wouldn't be the virus, although many people try to blame all deaths on the virus
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: VIRUSES DO NOT EXIST: The Virus Hoax created by the Pharma Cartel on: August 24, 2020, 11:45:54 AM

I took anti-inflammation pills

That could be why it lasted for 2 weeks. It doesn't last more than a couple of days in healthy people that let their immune system kill the infection.
8  Other / Serious discussion / Blockchain would be a great application for vaccination records. on: August 24, 2020, 11:05:18 AM
If we kept the records of the victims, the vaccines used, and their health characteristics, then it would be possible to track the long term effects, and the interaction between vaccines, adjuvants and other drugs. Of course that will never happen, as it would show up the damage done to immune systems in most of the population.
9  Other / Politics & Society / Safety note- Do not wash poultry before cooking. on: June 24, 2020, 08:15:51 AM
Yesterday I bought a price reduced meal from the supermarket - 3.75 reduced to 0.19, and I couldn't resist it.It was a ready to cook Fajita chicken strips meal with peppers and a sour cream dressing. I thought this would be great for breakfas. I'm a bit cautious about these prepared meals, so I read the ingredient and the warnings. One of these surprised me, and I'm not sure why it was included. As the thread title says, the warning was "Safety Note - Do not was poultry before cooking". So what has happened to our society that prompts warnings like this? It can't be that tap water is unsafe, as they exhort you to wash utensils after preparation and cooking.  It can't be the danger of spitting whilst stir frying, as they could have said ensure the pan has a lid, Or that the meat should be dried before cooking.

So has anybody got any suggestions about the changes to our society that prompt messages like this?
10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Why isn't anybody talking about hantavirus? on: May 06, 2020, 06:14:54 PM
Rats pee around most supermarkets and restaurants, and sometimes they get inside. They can also get inside people's homes, so staying at home may not protect you. Don't forget gardens, yard and garages as well - the rats will be hunting for food there.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Why isn't anybody talking about hantavirus? on: May 06, 2020, 05:22:21 PM
This is the other virus that is spreading in Wuhan and China ( and it seems America). It is spread by rats, and the UK policy of closing refuse and rrecycling centres, and encouraging fly tipping will obviously help to spread the disease if it gets to the UK. We are entering a Grand Solar Minimum, and this is already leading to an increase in the fertility of vermin like rats and locusts.

Should we be planning for this to spread across the globe?
12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Could cruise ships become safe havens? on: May 06, 2020, 04:57:05 PM
Well you can't really be isolated in your home, you need food  and supplies. You are also deprived of Vitamin D, and you would get that from sunbathing on a cruise ship. The service personnel aren't really relevant, as they would need to be checked before boarding in the same way that customers would be tested. Maybe it would require a 7 day quarantine Of course you would need a hospital area, and an isolation section just in case the virus was detected.

Another possibility would be for healthy people who hadn't been vaccinated, and who didn't use pharmaceutical drugs to be on the ship with a few people who had been infected with the virus. That would give them the chance to build an immunity in a favourable environment.

Either approach would help the economy. The political handling of the virus has turned a light grey swan of a health issue into an economic black swan.
13  Other / Politics & Society / KFC opens 55 drive through food lines on: May 06, 2020, 04:46:22 PM
Of course this is in the UK. They expect to open more in the near future, and the ones opened seem to be causing massive congestion as queues can have over 100 cars in them.I really don't understand the appeal, and I wouldn't queue for over an hour to buy some over priced chicken bits. Burger King has been open for a few days as well, and the queues in Havant town can block one of the lanes in the main street through the centre. Don't people realise that ultra-processed meats are one of the reasons a mild virus infection can become serious.

Maybe McDonalds will open soon, so that I can use their WiFi in the car park. Smiley
14  Other / Politics & Society / Could cruise ships become safe havens? on: May 06, 2020, 07:20:34 AM
A cruise ship seems to be a self-contained world once it is at sea. It occurred to me that if one could ensure that anyone on board s free from the virus, or immune, then occupants could associate freely without risk. This would reduce some of the burden from society, and provide some income for the operators. They wouldn't even need to leave port to be effective. Of course they would need to have medical facilities on board, and any supplies or visitors would need to be checked thoroughly.
15  Other / Meta / Re: Moderators Doubling Membership Fee Despite People Loosing Jobs on: March 19, 2020, 02:41:18 PM
He must be referring to sig spammers losing their jobs. Don't worry about the virus. Windows gets so many viruses, and Microsoft knows how to fix them. I gather that the next update for Windows 10 contains a fix for the Corona Virus. You just have to stick your head in the cloud, and it just vanishes.
16  Other / Off-topic / Re: Will bank notes replace toilet paper? on: March 17, 2020, 04:59:57 PM
i was able to get allot of toilet paper because i went to dollar stores.

So it has started already. Smiley

This thread is slightly tongue in cheek ( is that another alternative to toilet paper? ), but sometimes I wonder if it may come to this. They were making shopping baskets out of banknotes in Venezuela a while ago for example
17  Other / Off-topic / Will bank notes replace toilet paper? on: March 17, 2020, 04:36:24 PM
Just a thought - quantitative easing is increasing, and fiat currencies are heading towards their true value of zero. There also seems to be a shortage of loo paper, and I wondered how long it will take for people to adopt an alternative use for banknotes. Smiley
18  Other / Meta / Re: Is the forum prepared for heavy traffic? on: March 17, 2020, 07:49:36 AM
As others have implied, traffic is more likely to increase as the price adopts a hockey stick rise.
19  Other / Meta / Re: Mass emailing to all users about the accounts recovery procedure on: March 17, 2020, 07:46:10 AM
I think it would be more useful to make them aware of ways to prevent their accounts being compromised.
20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Tax rebates to reflate the economy. on: March 15, 2020, 07:04:07 AM
Inequality is a different problem. A start would be to raise interest rates, and nationalise the central banks. We are no longer in capitalist economies, but we are closer to totalitarian communist regimes. You can't have capitalism without capital, and most capital has been transferred to a few dynasties. Getting rid of Big Pharma so that people can be fit and healthy again would help as well.
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