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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: ALL EYES ON SWEDEN on: April 24, 2020, 03:19:48 AM
It's kinda weird how are they okay even when the most disciplined country like Japan has sky rocketed in amounts getting infected. Im just skeptical because we have seen even rich countries like Korea and Singapore with less population and people properly following quarantine protocols but they got infected despite all that safety precautions.
It's not weird if you know that what the governments say is the cause of COVID19 is a lie.

Sweden kept the schools open, since children are pretty much immune to getting seriously sick. The children are the biggest help to developing herd immunity. The older people (or the people who are susceptible if the people in the know would release that information) are the ones who need to be cautious until herd immunity is achieved by the rest of the population. I heard they've nearly succeeded at this goal.

Over here it's the opposite. They closed the schools first, and then closed most everything else down before there were 5 reported cases in the area. It's all about making a sensationalized media story showing that it is far worse than it really is.
2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: ALL EYES ON SWEDEN on: April 23, 2020, 04:26:59 AM
The first one. They are valuing economic health above physical health. Doesn't fit my definition of reasonable.

Anger in Sweden as elderly pay the price for Coronavirus strategy
Nobody is forcing the elderly to come out of their homes are they?

They told us that the sole whole reason for the lockdown was the hospitals would overflow, and that even though people would get sick either way, it would be better to not have so many people sick at once. I guess most everyone has forgotten about this lie that they told at the beginning? If they had been doing this, they would have waited until the hospitals started to fill up before closing things down.
3  Other / Politics & Society / Knowing how the bailouts and direct cash payments affect the money supply on: April 23, 2020, 03:29:52 AM
Is there any way to know what the money supply is in the United States?

Since things have come to a halt and there are far fewer new car loans, business loans, new real estate projects, student loans, and new credit card debt putting new currency in to the economy. This lack of new money in the economy is what starts off a depression, as there is no new money being made available to pay of the interest on the existing loans. The direct cash payments counteract this, so long as you accept that the national debt will never be repaid or ignore Congress' debt to the Federal Reserve.

Is there some statistic that can be used to compare the lack of new loans and new money versus the $1200 being sent to most people in the USA? For instance, if a person doesn't put $1200 on their credit card when they normally would have, and they get $1200 from the government, in the grand scheme of things it balances out in the fractional reserve bank economy.
4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Looks like vaccines caused this partial world wide COVID-19 / Coronavirus mess on: April 18, 2020, 05:13:17 PM
I posted this in the thread about COVID-19 being racist because it affects black people more (not in Africa though), but it really belongs here.

Perhaps certain vaccines were shipped to the black communities, and this caused people to become diabetic and at the same time lose immunity to the SARS2 Coronavirus.

It's easy to confuse the cause and the result of something. Do motorcycle helmets reduce deaths by half? Or do riders who volunteer to wear helmits tend more safety conscious riders who don't get in to accidents as much, and are less likely to die whether or not they wear a helmet?

So instead of people with diabetes being susceptible to the SARS2 coronavirus, perhaps those who are susceptible to the SARS2 virus also tend to have diabetes? Or really both conditions are actually caused by a 3rd thing, a vaccine that may have been given over 20 years ago. It's been mentioned many times that many of the deaths in Italy were older people who had preexisting conditions, especially diabetes.

There is even a study linking the Hepatitis B vaccine to type I Diabetes:
https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20000613/hepatitis-b-vaccine-linked-to-onset-of-diabetes#1

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June 13, 2000 (San Antonio) -- Faced with an ever-growing list of required and recommended vaccinations for children -- as well as occasional reports of safety problems linked to vaccines -- many parents understandably feel confused. No doubt adding to that confusion are reports that the vaccine against hepatitis B, a blood-borne illness that can cause liver cancer, may actually lead to the development of type 1 diabetes in children.

Type 1 diabetes is the form where the body doesn?t make the insulin it needs. An Italian study presented here at the annual meeting of the American Diabetes Association suggests that children who get the hepatitis B vaccine are at greater risk for developing type 1 disease than those who have never been vaccinated. On the basis of their research, Paolo Pozzilli, MD, and colleagues say doctors should exercise caution in giving the vaccine to children who have close relatives with type 1 diabetes.

But because type 1 diabetes is relatively rare in the overall population, thorough studies involving several hundred thousand participants are needed to prove a solid link, says Marion Rewers, MD, who was not involved in the study. So the jury is still out, he says.
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"The possibility of a link between hepatitis B vaccine [and type 1 diabetes] is an interesting research area and has been recognized as such by a number of investigators across the world," he tells WebMD. He says that at two recent meetings, researchers "were in unanimous agreement that there was no association. We need a monitoring system, so that if an association is found in the future, it can be promptly identified." Rewers, a pediatric endocrinologist, is a professor of pediatrics and preventive medicine at the University of Colorado in Denver and chair of the ADA council on epidemiology and statistics.

The CDC recommends that the hepatitis B vaccine be a part of routine vaccination schedules for U.S. infants.

The hepatitis B vaccine is now required in Italy, says Pozzilli, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Rome. Further, there is a low, relatively stable rate of type 1 diabetes there. These conditions allowed the researchers to compare the rate of diabetes in vaccinated children with that in unvaccinated groups.

June 13, 2000 (San Antonio) -- Faced with an ever-growing list of required and recommended vaccinations for children -- as well as occasional reports of safety problems linked to vaccines -- many parents understandably feel confused. No doubt adding to that confusion are reports that the vaccine against hepatitis B, a blood-borne illness that can cause liver cancer, may actually lead to the development of type 1 diabetes in children.

Type 1 diabetes is the form where the body doesn?t make the insulin it needs. An Italian study presented here at the annual meeting of the American Diabetes Association suggests that children who get the hepatitis B vaccine are at greater risk for developing type 1 disease than those who have never been vaccinated. On the basis of their research, Paolo Pozzilli, MD, and colleagues say doctors should exercise caution in giving the vaccine to children who have close relatives with type 1 diabetes.

But because type 1 diabetes is relatively rare in the overall population, thorough studies involving several hundred thousand participants are needed to prove a solid link, says Marion Rewers, MD, who was not involved in the study. So the jury is still out, he says.
Continue Reading Below

"The possibility of a link between hepatitis B vaccine [and type 1 diabetes] is an interesting research area and has been recognized as such by a number of investigators across the world," he tells WebMD. He says that at two recent meetings, researchers "were in unanimous agreement that there was no association. We need a monitoring system, so that if an association is found in the future, it can be promptly identified." Rewers, a pediatric endocrinologist, is a professor of pediatrics and preventive medicine at the University of Colorado in Denver and chair of the ADA council on epidemiology and statistics.

The CDC recommends that the hepatitis B vaccine be a part of routine vaccination schedules for U.S. infants.

The hepatitis B vaccine is now required in Italy, says Pozzilli, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Rome. Further, there is a low, relatively stable rate of type 1 diabetes there. These conditions allowed the researchers to compare the rate of diabetes in vaccinated children with that in unvaccinated groups.

Investigators compared 150,000 children who had been vaccinated at age 3 months to an equal number of unvaccinated children. To assess the risk of developing type 1 diabetes in children who got the vaccine later, after vaccination became mandatory in Italy, 400,000 children who were vaccinated at age 12 were compared with children who had not been vaccinated.

In the group as a whole, the rates of type 1 diabetes were 46 per 100,000 for children who had been vaccinated and 34 per 100,000 for children who had not. For those vaccinated at age 12, the rates were 17.8 per 100,000 for vaccinated children and 6.9 per 100,000 for unvaccinated children.

Although these may seem like large groups to study, they are not big enough for scientists to see clear patterns for type 1 diabetes, Rewers says. For a study like this to have value, the database should involve as many as 250,000 people in both the vaccinated and unvaccinated groups, he says.
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"Caution is necessary when the potential of vaccine-related risks is studied," Rewers tells WebMD. "Without sound supportive data, [parents] can become unduly alarmed and stop immunizing their children." When immunization rates drop, diseases that can cause serious illness -- and death -- return, he tells WebMD.

The National Institutes of Health and the CDC are jointly establishing a system known as "sentinel monitoring areas," Rewers tells WebMD. The agencies will track the rate of type 1 diabetes in these areas -- consisting of selected counties in the U.S. -- and will determine whether the rate is related to things like immunizations, recommended infant feeding schedules, and outbreaks of infection.

Rewers has not been involved with the development of any vaccine and has no ties to any company that manufactures vaccines.

WebMD Health News
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: coronavirus is "racist" and disproportionally kills nonwhite people on: April 18, 2020, 04:58:27 PM
Perhaps certain vaccines were shipped to the black communities, and this caused people to become diabetic and at the same time lose immunity to the SARS2 Coronavirus.

It's easy to confuse the cause and the result of something. Do motorcycle helmets reduce deaths by half? Or do riders who volunteer to wear helmits tend more safety conscious riders who don't get in to accidents as much, and are less likely to die whether or not they wear a helmet?

So instead of people with diabetes being susceptible to the SARS2 coronavirus, perhaps those who are susceptible to the SARS2 virus also tend to have diabetes? Or really both conditions are actually caused by a 3rd thing, a vaccine that may have been given over 20 years ago.

There is even a study linking the Hepatitis B vaccine to type I Diabetes:
https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20000613/hepatitis-b-vaccine-linked-to-onset-of-diabetes#1
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: [POLL] China Virus Source on: April 17, 2020, 06:18:07 PM
Everyone is busy discussion where the virus came from, and if it was man made or intentionally released or not.

But the real cover up is that some countries are affected very badly, like Ecuador and China. And others aren't! Look at Nicaragua with only 1 reported death!

Places like the US and India appear to be doing lock down and social distancing as a cover for why they aren't badly affected. If India doesn't do anything and they aren't affected by the virus, the whole world will look at them and wonder what about them is different.

I would expect a cover-up would first try to blame a naturally evolved 'virus'.  If that didn't fly, I would expect the story to shift to a 'bio-weapon'.  I would expect China to 'fess up' to it being their 'research' and 'our bad' whether that is the reality of the situation or not.  This is somewhat more palatable to them politically than a hit to the confidence of their public health system, and it is vastly more palatable to other partners around the world.

An even better strategy would be for the Chinese to 'mildly resist' it being the 'Wuhan BL4 lab' in the face of 'obvious' evidence to that effect.  99.9% of people will take their 'resistance' as a sure sign that they have something to hide and are thus 'guilty'.  One way or another, expect all efforts to be made to completely bury their mandatory vaccination program which, at least according to some, shifted legally on exactly the day that the illness first popped up.
I think this is a very good prediction of how the cover up is and will continue to go on. They're even willing to take some blame to keep people away from the truth.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: coronavirus is "racist" and disproportionally kills nonwhite people on: April 17, 2020, 06:03:12 PM
If it is actually racist, they how about the differences in the numbers of dead in Ecuador, Colombia, and Nicaragua? Nicaragua has only one reported death. Ecuador reports hundreds of dead but the real number is in the thousands. Why such a difference?
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: China revised the number of deaths from Covid-19 on: April 17, 2020, 06:01:08 PM
Of course China is covering things up. The actual death count is over 40,000.

The real conspiracy and cover up is about why some countries were badly affected, and other countries not. Ecuador reports hundreds dead, but the real death count is in the thousands. Nicaragua has only one reported death. Countries like the US and India which have a low death rate are doing everything they can to make it look like it is very serious, and places that have it bad are trying to lower the reported numbers of dead.
9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Mass deaths in South America. Bodies left in streets! Vaccine related? on: April 16, 2020, 10:30:01 PM
The real conspiracy here is not if the virus was mad made, or if it was released intentionally, but why people in some countries or even some areas of some countries are affected very badly, but other places like the USA and Mexico don't have much out of the usual going on, aside from the media and the government saying otherwise.

Columbia, Ecuador, China, Iran all hit badly!
10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Amazon is greedy very greedy on: April 16, 2020, 10:22:28 PM
i would rather blame the french government that blackmailed amazon if it distributes unessential stuff
If regular non essential stores are closed, then it is bad if Amazon is still allowed to sell non essential things, because that would be the government giving Amazon and other big corporations special privileges to stay open.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: You have 3 choices... on: April 14, 2020, 09:23:54 PM
In countries like the USA and South Africa, choose #1 because it's a scam, nothing more than a bad flu year if that. The same probably applies to Canada, Mexico, India, and Japan too.

If you're in an affected country like Iran, Italy, Ecuador, Peru, and maybe China then just do some of #2. Keep the old people safe and let the people who just have a 3 day incubation period and a mild cold go out and continue on.
12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Mass deaths in South America. Bodies left in streets! Vaccine related? on: April 13, 2020, 05:16:45 PM
Look at this video! It's the one where the hospital loads a body in to a semi trailer on the street rather than loading it at the dock. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAZsqG8a0ZY Trying to make a scene!

I think they're really trying to exaggerate this in the US. If he media tells the truth and reports that not much more than a regular winter flu is going in the USA on as far as deaths, the other areas of the world will think that the US somehow created the virus, and in many places people are already thinking that it was mad made anyway. The US doesn't want people thinking this.

The deaths in China are at least 10 times what they reported.
13  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Coronavirus tests include the common cold. Typically 20% positive. on: April 13, 2020, 04:56:51 PM
This is a very important topic for discussion. If it is true that the tests test positive for many different viruses, maybe that is why the government delayed allowing companies to produce the tests for a month.

I'm still looking in to it, but if the RT-PCR tests grow more DNA/RNA, doesn't that RNA still have to be analyzed to determine what kind of virus it is?
14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: We need to pray that Trumps decision turns right (not kidding) on: April 12, 2020, 12:28:14 AM
Trump didn't lock down anything except some international travel. The States have done the lock down orders. The federal government is assisting the lock down though by sending affected people money.

It's more of a win or nothing for him. He can't be blamed for the economy.
15  Other / Politics & Society / Mass deaths in South America. Bodies left in streets! Vaccine related? on: April 11, 2020, 03:41:41 PM
Here is a good resources to see what is happening in other countries: https://www.newspapersglobal.com/EN/south-america/south-amercia.html

You can look up videos from Russia Today and French media even on youtube.com with searches like "ecuador bodies covid".

I already made a post about vaccines weakening people to the SARS2 coronavirus, and I think that's likely why some places like Africa have so few cases. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5235245.0

What if different vaccines were given to countries like Ecuador, and that is the reason that they have so much death, whereas in the USA the deaths are quite low, comparable even to the regular winter flu. So yes it is a hoax in the USA, but it isn't a hoax in many other countries.

The media in the USA is trying to make the pandemic look as big as possible. Maybe the reason is so that other countries don't see how mild the pandemic is here, when they have bodies rotting on the streets, and then become outraged that the USA somehow knew something or caused the pandemic to not affect themselves.
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Did Bill Gates create Corona Virus? on: April 11, 2020, 03:33:30 PM
Bill create the corona virus? this theory doesn't make sense...
Bill is famous for his prediction ability, and as far as I know Coronaviruses are a group of related viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds, I think this kind of speculation will never end.
Bill Gates is heavily involved in the vaccine agenda. So he would be one of the few people to know that vaccines weaken people against certain diseases. A normal chest cold is made in to a global pandemic due to vaccinated people becoming immune compromised.

EVENT 201 took place in October 2019, 2 months before the SARS2 coronavirus started to get big in China. The pro vaccine people would be some of the few people who know how their vaccines affect immunity. So they logically would be the first to know if a particular virus is to become a pandemic. So it is only logical that they would be the first to mention the risk of a pandemic, which they did.
17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Fatal coronavirus return threatens on: April 10, 2020, 10:30:24 PM
Maybe vaccinated people who are susceptible to the SARS2 Coronavirus are at risk for not maintaining immunity and getting infected again?
18  Other / Politics & Society / Re: New York State Rockland County Bans Unvaccinted Kids From All Public Places on: April 10, 2020, 10:23:35 PM
Now it is coming back to bite them because the vaccinated people have less resistance to the SARS2 coronavirus! These people who pushed for this law are now high risk!
19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Looks like vaccines caused this partial world wide COVID-19 / Coronavirus mess on: April 10, 2020, 10:17:44 PM
Vaccines are still an issue! Bill Gates and those who follow his agenda are still putting everyone on lockdown, because they don't want to reveal that only some of the vaccinated population is at risk, and to everyone else it's nothing more than a mild cold.

Africa still has a low number of cases.

This test that they're giving detects all coronaviruses. It does not test for the SARS2 Coronavirus. The test doesn't do much good unless you test negative. Positive just means we don't know!
20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Covid 19 prevention and cure on: April 09, 2020, 09:27:13 PM
lemon is not alkaline.. its acidic.. try learning citric ACID
I believe citrus becomes makes you alkaline after digestion. It's only acidic before digesting it.
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