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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: “Vaccidents” now wrecking roadways with stroked-out vaccine takers who lose... on: June 13, 2021, 08:52:13 AM

Real vaccident?  Or a hoax with lip-syncing and creative splicing of footage?

2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Covid-19 Vaccinated people will die in 2 years on: June 13, 2021, 04:45:49 AM

The point that Covid-19 vaccinated people will die in two years is patently false on its surface. Nobody can say with certainty that all Covid vaxxed people will die 2 years from the time of their vaxxing.

Probably the two to three year figure came from people who are concerned about the phenomenon of Antibody Dependent Enhancement.  That is, the immune system is primed to over-react upon exposure to a wild strain variant of a pathogen to which a subject was 'inoculated'.

This ADE (aka 'pathogenic priming') response is unusual, but noted in RSV, Dengue Fever, and coronavirus.  The reason for concern is that a decade ago when last a coronavirus vaccines were attempted lab animals died in startling numbers when exposed to the pathogen they were supposed to be inoculated against.  Development of a coronavirus vaccine stalled.  Or at least it waited for a time when animal trials could be avoided due to an artificially induced panic.

Anyway, natural coronavirus goes around (the world) every few years as the common cold.  Probably the two or three year projections of death for gene therapy trial participants reflects that.

What I suspect will happen is that the common cold will become a death sentence for people who got 'on the vax train' and they will have no choice but to get follow-on 'boosters' because the common cold has gone from a two day runny nose to a likely toe-tag event for them.

3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Do you think COVID19 is a scam? on: June 13, 2021, 03:01:35 AM
While our UK firends socially distance and quarantine while returning home to their country many mutants from all over the world are freely roaming about Cornwall right now Grin #cornwallvariant #mocktheplebs #hands #face #space

Her Majesty looks very Noble among this rabble of minions   Cool
Note: gatherings such as this has strict protocols before the events. They do quarantines, temperature check, etc before the said event.

And they do the child sacrifice comes later in the evening.

It is like a gathering of people who are sure that they don't have covid.

It is ike any gathering of people who are responsible for so-called 'covid' scamdemic.  The are totally mocking us just as stated.

The funny thing is that people who understand the scamdemic are being mocked as equals on some level.  People who actually believe that they have all done 'quarantines, temperature checks, etc' are the ones who are being seriously mocked.  The probably laugh out loud when they read some post like yours desperately going to bat for them.

4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Linus Torvalds vs anti-vaxxers on: June 12, 2021, 02:44:11 PM

Linux generally blows chunk IMHO.  BSD is better.  I only use linux for work, or occasionally when a machine which works better than winblows is needed for a technically challenged friend/family member.

I made it a habit to only work for an outfit who let me run my own workstation as I saw fit and build my own infrastructure as I saw fit...but broke that rule at the last place I worked I'll admit and used Linux as a workstation cause of some TPM horseshit.  Nobody is stupid enough to use winblows for anything.  At least no outfit who I would set foot inside.  I doubt that most people it Microsuck even use it frankly.  Mac was 'the shit' for the business-ee people and in some cases the tech people as well.  I guess it has a FreeBSD based userland which probably makes it tolerable.  Wouldn't know though since I'm not into trendy overprice bullshit.

Anyway, fuck Torvalds and the technocratic horse he rode in on.

5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The KRAKEN Rises !!! on: June 12, 2021, 02:32:09 PM

true dat, but realize it is ALL controlled opposition. Don't trust trannies bro. EVER. they lie. DO NOT TRUST TRANNIES EVER

What do you mean, "they lie?" Trannies all over the place know what they are and admit it. Just like you. It's in your handle.

A tranny is basically by definition a 'liar'.  Not that I have anything against them any more than any other mentally (and in old-normal cases, endocrainalogicalogicaly) disturbed person or anything.  I mean, it's the slightly abnormal people that makes the world kind of interesting.

6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Now that Trump said Bitcoin is a scam, are right wingers selling and leaving? on: June 11, 2021, 03:43:25 AM
LOL Little Donny isn't even president anymore and he's still crying about how bad bitcoin is. He's shilling for the feds on his own spare time!  Cheesy

What a spineless chump bitch.

Trump is, and always was, just a tool.  His soul was bought and paid for a long long time ago.  Way back in his youth as a lackey and probable butt-boy of Roy Cohn.  Maybe even before that.

The only people more weak-minded than him are the people who voted for him.

I voted against Hillary Clinton (breaking my rule of not voting in federal or state level elections.)  I don't especially regret it because his 4 years kinda interfered in some key ways with the implementation of a certain plan.  It got the Fabian Socialists and the Talmudic Judaics in kind of a power struggle and the former at least aware that someone else is gunning to steal their lunch.  Will they come to an agreement?  Or will they enter an internecine power struggle?  Hopefully (for the sake of humanity since either vision is one of doom) the latter will transpire.

Meanwhile Biden has yet to say peep about Bitcoin. Make of that what you will.

It's probably well above Biden's pay-grade, and his senile mind won't even allow him to read a teleprompter about such 'advanced' topics.

7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Coronavirus Outbreak on: June 10, 2021, 04:20:23 AM
No no, you're right I absolutely did not read that one article you linked because I figured it'd be a waste of time, and in fact it was! I've already tried to see if there was any decent research about there on masks, there isn't any. There are laboratory replications and then "meta analysis" case type studies.

These weren't laboratory studies.  They were real world studies.  If you read the article, I don't think you would have said what you did.

They are *case* studies. All that means is that they take data that is already produced and then try to make sense of it. This is different from a scientific experiment where you conduct an experimental assay, record the data, and then analyze the data.

You are leaving out one critical part of a rigorous study; the protocols.

It should be the case that a study is designed around a hypothesis.  The details of how the study is to be performed are known as the study protocols.  They should be agreed upon ahead of time.  The agreement should be between interested parties ('stakeholders' is the current buzzword).  The protocols should define exactly how the study is to be performed and what the observations lead to what understandings.  aka 'interpenetration.'

If the protocols are changed after the study begins it should be terminated and started over from scratch.

Science is like a chain being only as strong as it's weakest link.  That's what the whole 'citations' things is all about.  Any paper predicated on citations from a study which was not performed correctly and honestly is subject to itself become damaged.  That's why it is so important that 'scientists' be neutral and honest.  Unfortunatly that car crashed into the weeds a long time ago and we entered the new dark ages of 'scientism'.

8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Do you trust the co-vid19 vaccine ? on: June 08, 2021, 10:37:41 AM
Yet another vaccine bait-n-switch.  This one a biggie.
covid vaccine has no saRNA code

  --> Table 2. Leading mRNA Vaccine NanoparticleSA --> slide sideways a lot:

Pfizer/BioNtech(42−48)   BNT162b2 (plus other experimental variations)  ...
  self-replicating RNA coding for full-length S protein in its prefusion formation (additional variants with nonreplicating RNA, expressing RBD ...
    phases 1–3 completed FDA EUA

If you wanna be a helpful guy you can figure out what proportion of what populations got which of the Pfizer gene therapy treatments (BNT162b2, BNT162c2, BNT162b3, BNT162b1, BNT162a1, other?)

Or you can do as you almost always do:  Pull an assertion straight out of your butt-hole and present it like some sort of fact with zero by way of documentation and usually no basis in common sense.  Often not even any degree of coherence even.

9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The KRAKEN Rises !!! on: June 08, 2021, 09:20:33 AM

I guess Clinton may not be the only ex-politician who has a 'huge Wiener problem' to quote the amusing quip by Big Pow.  These Kabbalah-ists are all the same...and when you study their religion a little bit it becomes more clear why.

Ann 'the man' Coulter actually turned out to be worth a shit in the end.  I'm suitable impressed by much of his work since figuring out that Trump was for sure a con-man early in his term.  I judge people by the content of their character; not by how well they hide their junk.

10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Do you trust the co-vid19 vaccine ? on: June 08, 2021, 08:49:43 AM
Yet another vaccine bait-n-switch.  This one a biggie.

Looks like some probably significant portion of the Pfizer/BioNTech IS 'self-amplifying' after all.  I know that there was every indication possible that Pfizer/BioNTech was NOT self-amplifying in the early days because I looked hard.  In fact I studied Imperial College's sa-RNA development and was very relived when it was shelved because anyone who understands this stuff a little bit should be scared as hell about both DNA methods (AstraZeneca, J&J, Sputnik-V) and self-amplifying (aka self-replicating) RNA flavors due to the danger of run-away spike protein codings.

Back in the 1970's for the bird flu fake pandemic the vaccine makers pulled the same stunt; certifying one formulation then switching to another for to inject the population.  Back then a couple hundred deaths was enough to shut down the game.  In modern times we are looking at thousands (or tens of thousand or hundreds of thousands) of deaths and maimings with no sign of slow-down on the horizon.  Obviously corp/gov learned better from their past mistakes than did the peeps.

Pharma lobbied hard (world-wide) for the ability to inject anything they wanted into the peeps for these emergency use authorized (NOT 'approved') trials.  And they got what they wanted.  There is zero reason to think that one 'Pfizer' is the same as another 'Pfizer'.  They never claimed that, and they are now stating otherwise.  Likewise any other maker presumably.

None of the manufactures ever stated that they were NOT putting magnetic nano-particles into their substance either BTW.  The denials come from mainstream media and 'fact checkers' who have no way to know, and who also are perfectly free from a legal perspective to lie to your face.

11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Do you trust the co-vid19 vaccine ? on: June 08, 2021, 01:49:46 AM
This vid of a guy trying to pay off is daughter to not become a gene therapy trail participant hit's somewhat close to home.

I would council anyone in such a situation (wife and kids bent on gene therapy) to think about just packing up and leaving the country.  You've lost that hand to Big Pharma and the corp/gov state and are just pouring good resources after bad.  In a lot of cases you can just get a fresh start elsewhere.  Why stick around to watch (and fund) the slow deaths of people who've been programmed to hate you?

And if your family and loved ones die a slow death in S.E. Asia under the influence of globalist money, at least it won't cost you as much as it does in the West.

Given the people involved in this scamdemic it seems quite possible that the slipped in their own little genetic contribution to a lot of these jabs.  Jeff Epstein was friendly with a lot of the creeps, and he was bent on 'seeding humanity' with his genetics.  (Would be interesting to know more about the individual who became these fetal cell lines used to grow some of these gene therapy components.)  If that turns out to be the case that you are getting some degenerate creep 'grafted into your family tree' with these shots, then continuing financial support of family members such as the disgusting tik-tok heifer makes you pretty much a 'cuck' in a real sense of the word.

12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: [POLL] China Virus Source on: June 05, 2021, 02:00:38 PM
Its not man made pandemic, not engineered to make massive killing world wide.  Why any country, CHINA or USA would take risk of killing its own people.

Probably it is worth some people's time to step back and ask 'what is a country?'  Is it the people?  Or is it the resources?  Who installs the management of the country?

I posit that 'the country' is more the resource/'debt' in most instances, and especially the U.S..  After 100 years of private central banking an enormous debt has accumulated.

So then, what is a 'threat to the country'.  I posit that the biggest threat to most countries is their internal population.  In a country such as the U.S. with no external enemies who are powerful enough to threaten it, the most likely 'failure' (to service the debt) would be due to actions of the population.  Even if a nation's population is not a threat (thanks to, say, years of public education and fluoride) they still compete with the debtors for resources.

So then what is 'defense' of the country against 'threats'?  What is the DOD actually defending?  Why did the DOD funding to Daszak's EcoHealth Alliance to cook up, with help from China, the reason for a 'covid vaccine' exceed by an order of magnitude the pitiful few million contributed by Fausti/Collins'?

As for China, I think the CCP holds the all-time historic record for the most citizens killed.  60,000,000 or some such in the 'great leap forward' alone if memory serves.

I will again posit that there is no special difference between the U.S. and China.  They are both a couple of tools clattering about in the international banker's toolbox.


Another thing that people need realize is that an 'effective' weapon is frequently NOT an exquisitely lethal one.  Toe-popper mines for instance.  Basil-II had it figured out a millennia ago when he had the vanquished Bulgar's eyeballs plucked out leaving every 50'th guy with one eye to lead the rest home.  The Bulgar's never again posed a challenge or threat.

With the 2020 event, a dead person is not going to be willingly taking the gene therapy.  The weapon developed was tuned for the task at hand.  That doesn't mean it wasn't any good or that they 'failed' to do 'better'.  The jury is still out on that one because it's hard to predict the future, and I continue to believe that we are only at the start of this thing.

13  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What about Fauci and the Wuhan Institute of Virology? on: June 05, 2021, 08:20:44 AM

Word to the wise:

Obviously I've been scouring on this Fauci tsunami.  It's pretty clear to me that the charges which are causing this spectacular implosion have been carefully and expertly placed.  It also appears that there are some notable (and safe) sacrificial lambs who have been prep'd for some time.  Fausti, Dasnak, Baric, etc.

I would council to look hard and deep before jumping on any particular savior figure's bandwagon.

14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Dealing with environmental impact on: June 05, 2021, 06:28:00 AM
There are lots of discussions about the impact of Bitcoin on the environment these days, especially due to its PoW-based consensus logic.

But is it reasonable to blame miners, and by extension Bitcoin users, for possible environmental impact this may have? How to properly compare Bitcoin to other industries?

Most 'sustainable' methods of converting energy suffer from a massive Achilles heal.  Namely, in order to build out enough capacity to service peek loads, you have to design such that a lot of energy is going to waste at off-peak times.  Solar is a good example, but wind, tidal, hydro, etc suffer from the same basic issue.

Now, if instead of sinking the excess capacity into waste heat you can use it to 'make money', it becomes cost effective to build out facilities sufficient to service customers in peek load times.  Proof-of-work crypto fills the bill nicely.  Ergo, it is actually a benefit to those who would like to build 'sustainable' facilities which will 'save the earth' (if you are the kind of innumerate mouth-breather who buys that Rockefeller funded global climate change via CO2 bullshit.)  Or could be.  Good luck getting financing for something which could support a distributed owner-operated mathematically-backed currency systems from the monolithic debt-backed financial sector.

To dumb it down a little, bitcoin could and probably will run on 'free energy' meaning energy which would otherwise have to go to waste.

Could Satoshi (or the Satoshis as the case may be) have predicted that a properly designed mathematically-backed monetary solution could foster a distributed energy system (where individuals can afford to build out larger home-based solar systems) as a side effect of having a distributed monetary system?  We may never know (but I personally don't seem much evidence for it to be honest.)


As an aside, I personally harbor suspicions that nuclear fusion (free clean energy in unlimited quantities) has been for a while now an option but it would to disruptive and 'breeding among the useless eaters' needs to be brought under control before it is 'rolled out'.  This would obviously have an impact on proof-of-work based crypt-currencies.

15  Economy / Reputation / Re: [Interviews] with Bitcointalk members on: June 05, 2021, 01:17:11 AM
Who gives two fucks about 'merit'?  It's an obviously gamed-by-losers shit-show (and you guys in the 'merit cycling club' are a poster-children for the phenomenon.)  An 8000 'merit score' tells at a glance who the 'social media influencers' are.  Don't need to even read the posts because it is entirely predictable what social media inflencers are going to say.  Also the attitude of 'Ban!', 'Delete!', 'Cancel!' fits the mold perfectly.

That's how the forum works, contribute good content = get Merit, keep shitposting = no rewards for you here. In addition, I think at least a good part of content wouldn't be here if we had no Merit.  Smiley
Activity is a rather meaningless metric since it can be abused by one-liner shitposts. There are tons of pre-Merit era "Legendaries" still posting "Nice project, Sir! Great team and idea. I see a very great potential in your project, SIR"  Cheesy


I think you are mixing up 'contribute good content' with 'form a circle-jerk with a clique of sad-ass wankers.'  I didn't realize until oldovlobo's comment that high 'merit' nets you footer-spammers extra $$$ on your wares.  That makes participation in mutual merit-pumping schemes even more pathetic.

16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What about Fauci and the Wuhan Institute of Virology? on: June 04, 2021, 07:01:03 PM
Many months ago, I heard the theory that COVID-19 had been created in that institute that had received funding from Fauci among others.

Then I kind of forgot about it, because you hear so many theories nowadays that in the end you don't know what to believe. Now, some emails made public from Fauci himself, point to this hypothesis, although he and others downplay it and say it is a conspiracy theory.

What the emails do seem to make clear is that Fauci lied: "Dr. Anthony Fauci was warned that the coronavirus had possibly been “engineered” and appeared to be taking reports about it seriously — at the same time he was publicly downplaying the notion of the virus being created in a lab, according to his emails."

I don't know about you, but to me the fact that the greatest expert against COVID has funded the institute where he supposedly came from, and that he has tried to hide it smells bad to me, and it seems to me that he is a fox guarding the hen house.

Nothing new about that, and it came with a lot of credible backup (and obvious dots) from a long while back.  In particular, there is a lot of tie-in between the people and organizations who had a likely hand in the engineering...and other similar engineering..., and who also have a hand in the 'vaccination' which is supposed to 'treat' it.  It gets MUCH worse.

17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Coronavirus Outbreak on: June 04, 2021, 06:03:05 PM

Dr. Fausti is, as we used to say, 'up Shit Creek without a paddle.'  He's about to be fed to he wolves.  That should be fun because he was the feature of such a 'cult of personality' operation that it would have made Joe Stalin blush.  I doubt that most of these idiots (a lot of my friends and family shamefully enough) will be able to let go their savior figure very easily such was the magnitude of the corp/gov sponsored mind-fuckage.  The cognitive dissonance will only add to their vaccine damage mental woes.  Probably 'Orange Man Bad' will help them through their grief for another year or two though.

I would urge the people who matter to not let the Dr. Fausti thing draw away attention from the real issues.  He was a minor cog in the wheels of what's going on here.  Don't let him become an effective scapegoat and let the big fish get away.  If we do so, they WILL be circling around to bite off another limb.

18  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Covid-19 Vaccinated people will die in 2 years on: June 04, 2021, 12:55:43 PM
Do you really think that creating multiple threads about this nonsense will make it true?

There is zero evidence of COVID-19 vaccinated people dying at a higher rate than people normally die. The rate will likely be lower because they won't die of COVID-19.

According to the CDC, the mortality rate of people getting 'covid' after the 'covid jab' (aka, 'breakthrough cases') is 18%.

Even if that were true - which is impossible to tell because as per usual you can't be bothered to link to the source and instead try to peddle some bitchute videos - it is missing one important number. Let's see if you can figure out what it is.

I left it in to see if you or anyone can catch it.  It's exactly what I said; trying to pass off the hospitalized number as the number of 'breakthrough cases' since these show how the so-called vaccine doesn't work for least if by 'work' on means keeps people from getting 'covid'.  It's kind of a good example of using bullets in a devious way for propaganda (re-named 'Public Relations' after WW-II) in fact.

Oh, the link got trimmed by accident.  Oops. <chuckle>.  Here it is again for convenience:

I'll go with what the boots-on-the-ground say.  Like various funeral home workers:  Nothing unusual in workload...until the vaccines started when things got busy as hell.  Lots of medical people are saying the same thing.  And I saw with my own eyes how quite several hospitals were during the time frame when we are supposed to be in the biggest pandemic in over 100 years and the news was reporting non-stop about the overloaded medical system.  

If it looks like a scam and quacks like a scam, it's probably a scam.  Tossing money around will achieve any 'figures' that you want for your 'narrative'.  Only certain people control that kind of money.

19  Economy / Reputation / Re: [Interviews] with Bitcointalk members on: June 04, 2021, 08:41:31 AM
Thx zasad@ Give me chance for this exam
Thanks zasad@ for giving me chance for an interview.
Dear low-ranked accounts Cheesy
If you're posting here hoping to earn Merit, at least answer the questions by yourself, and don't use text spinner plagiarism. This gets you banned!

Who gives two fucks about 'merit'?  It's an obviously gamed-by-losers shit-show (and you guys in the 'merit cycling club' are a poster-children for the phenomenon.)  An 8000 'merit score' tells at a glance who the 'social media influencers' are.  Don't need to even read the posts because it is entirely predictable what social media inflencers are going to say.  Also the attitude of 'Ban!', 'Delete!', 'Cancel!' fits the mold perfectly.

A 'activity score' (and decade of posting history) tend to be a lot more meaningful.  To me at least.

20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Covid-19 Vaccinated people will die in 2 years on: June 04, 2021, 07:59:26 AM
I heard the same theory but about 30% of vaccinated people dying in 3 months, about three months ago.

I don't remember that one.

But anyway, it's very very common for 'crazy conspiracy theories' to be planted for the purposes of making people close their minds down to all non-orthodox information and to later 'debunk'.  They can then use such stories to conflate with practical and well researched information in an attempt to get ordinary people's eyes to gloss over.  It's a pretty obvious strategy and often it's easy to spot a mile away.

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