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Between the people who could potentially die from getting 'the jab', and people who refuse the jab and are fired, I hope there are enough left to keep this place afloat. You know, stuff like keeping the power on, etc

This is shaping up to be a super shitshow. I think we will be relocked down by thanksgiving, or whenever the flu season hits. It seems that jab weakens the immune system, so this flu season ought to be one for the record books. I would assume every illness will be classified as covid, as it has been thusfar.

I am getting pretty nervous.
 

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Between the people who could potentially die from getting 'the jab', and people who refuse the jab and are fired, I hope there are enough left to keep this place afloat. You know, stuff like keeping the power on, etc

This is shaping up to be a super shitshow. I think we will be relocked down by thanksgiving, or whenever the flu season hits. It seems that jab weakens the immune system, so this flu season ought to be one for the record books. I would assume every illness will be classified as covid, as it has been thusfar.

I am getting pretty nervous.
Control what you can, and face what you can't with courage and a calm heart. Death comes to all of us. What matters is not so much when it comes, but how you choose to face it when it does.
 

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I just had a thought about one possible reason for the rush on the vaccines. They need to get people vaccinated quickly before economic implosion because many of the companies requiring the vaccine will not survive. So they will no longer be able to hold your place of employment over your head. I still think they will do whatever needed to avoid the economic reset until after the little kids are vaccinated and everyone has an electronic passport but it might not be possible.

We still have one card for a chance at an inside straight

Diane fienstain is upper 80s senile and reportedly near the end. Larry Elder wins on Tuesday and he’s said he’ll appoint a Republican to replace her

The the Senate is 51/49 and Harris can’t tie break

The Senate can stop even the majority wins legislation
 

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We still have one card for a chance at an inside straight

Diane fienstain is upper 80s senile and reportedly near the end. Larry Elder wins on Tuesday and he’s said he’ll appoint a Republican to replace her

The the Senate is 51/49 and Harris can’t tie break

The Senate can stop even the majority wins legislation
You seriously think a Republican senator is going to fix what we're facing?

If I were Jewish I believe the expression would be "Oy Vey".
 

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I just had a thought about one possible reason for the rush on the vaccines. They need to get people vaccinated quickly before economic implosion because many of the companies requiring the vaccine will not survive. So they will no longer be able to hold your place of employment over your head. I still think they will do whatever needed to avoid the economic reset until after the little kids are vaccinated and everyone has an electronic passport but it might not be possible.
Fear is plan A. They have already stated unjabbed insurance will cost a lot more in 2022. If there is a 2022.

Did the Mayan calendar end already?
 

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Fear is plan A. They have already stated unjabbed insurance will cost a lot more in 2022. If there is a 2022.
Insurance? Who cares? At this point you'd have to pay me to get me into a modern hospital so I don't view health insurance as any great loss.
 

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From the Exes Blog...today.

I finally stumbled on to someone who explained the CDC's now famous Kentucky study that showed vaccination after recovery from the natural disease added protection to your immunity. (This is the ONLY study the other side can use to prove that vaccination adds to the immunity of someone who has natural immunity. There are literally dozens of studies that show that natural immunity is FAR superior to vaccination)

I have maintained that natural immunity is nearly perfect and cannot be improved upon.(Natural infection exposes one to the ENTIRE virus, while vaccination only exposes you to the exposes you to the spike protein. Understandably, this results in a much wider, longer, and stronger immunity)

This study looked at 265000 Kentuckians who had covid 19 and recovered. The study found that 0.067% of unvaccinated became re-infected and 0.03% of the vaccinated became re-infected.

Here you can see the sly use of statistics. This represents more than 100% more people in the unvaccinated group getting infected.(0.067% vrs. 0.03%)

"More than 100%" sounds very impressive.

Two things about this.

The difference is only 112 people in a total group of 265,000. That is very little difference. But the number they use is "more than 100%", and, technically, they are telling the truth. But we have seen examples on this blog before of the use for of the use of "small numbers" to deceive. A difference of 112 people between the two groups in 265000 is "small". Statistically insignificant.

There was very LITTLE improvement with the vaccination.

AND....... this study was run immediately after the CDC announced it was no longer necessary to test asymptomatic people who have been vaccinated. So unvaccinated people were routinely swabbed, even though they were asymptomatic and the vaccination group asymptomatics were NOT routinely tested.

That is QUITE a difference in the study. The 2 comparison groups were NOT treated the same, And this "sameness" is a requirement for a valid comparison study of two groups.

So these are the problems with the now famous Kentucky CDC study. The ONLY study the CDC has to prove vaccination can improve natural immunity.

The study is deceptive and the CDC evidence is false.
 

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Link from Exe's Blog....

His commentary....

This headline represents a fundamental problem that's growing with healthcare in America.

Hospitals don't use medications to treat patients. Hospitals don't treat patients.

Doctors treat patients.

Hospitals are buildings. They are institutions.

Decisions about individual patient care care are being wrestled away from doctors and taken over by institutions.

A dangerous precedent.

This pandemic is turning out to be more and more about control. We individual citizens are giving up our rights to the control of government. Doctors are giving up their right to make medical decisions for their patients to the control of institutions.

It's all BAD and we can only hope it goes away when the coronavirus crisis goes away
 

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You seriously think a Republican senator is going to fix what we're facing?

If I were Jewish I believe the expression would be "Oy Vey".

Fix no, block some idiocy yes, slow the roll yes
 

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Tom Woods letter from Sweden...

Exe's comments...

Interesting post from Tom Woods. It's a letter from a follower of his who lives in Stockholm. This guy claims that the government there has been unable to make a decision, and that's the reason they have done nothing.......and also done very well.

Kind of hard to believe.

He claims that's the reason for the travel ban against America, which, I have to admit, makes no sense.

Anyway, the bulk of the letter is about how normal they have gotten their lives back to. They are down to about just ONE death.......

........... every 2 weeks.

They have NO delta surge.

The reason for this is that they have achieved herd immunity with natural immunity and NOT with vaccination. They are the 13th most vaccinated country in Europe.

Delta variant just laughs at the vaccine now, but natural immunity stops it cold. ( Read that last sentence over....... and think about it)

And then think about the poor stupid Swedes who did everything "wrong" and now have completely returned to normal.........lol

Great Barrington Declaration in action......

And NOTHING about Sweden in the media.
 

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From the Exes Blog...today.

I finally stumbled on to someone who explained the CDC's now famous Kentucky study that showed vaccination after recovery from the natural disease added protection to your immunity. (This is the ONLY study the other side can use to prove that vaccination adds to the immunity of someone who has natural immunity. There are literally dozens of studies that show that natural immunity is FAR superior to vaccination)

I have maintained that natural immunity is nearly perfect and cannot be improved upon.(Natural infection exposes one to the ENTIRE virus, while vaccination only exposes you to the exposes you to the spike protein. Understandably, this results in a much wider, longer, and stronger immunity)

This study looked at 265000 Kentuckians who had covid 19 and recovered. The study found that 0.067% of unvaccinated became re-infected and 0.03% of the vaccinated became re-infected.

Here you can see the sly use of statistics. This represents more than 100% more people in the unvaccinated group getting infected.(0.067% vrs. 0.03%)

"More than 100%" sounds very impressive.

Two things about this.

The difference is only 112 people in a total group of 265,000. That is very little difference. But the number they use is "more than 100%", and, technically, they are telling the truth. But we have seen examples on this blog before of the use for of the use of "small numbers" to deceive. A difference of 112 people between the two groups in 265000 is "small". Statistically insignificant.

There was very LITTLE improvement with the vaccination.

AND....... this study was run immediately after the CDC announced it was no longer necessary to test asymptomatic people who have been vaccinated. So unvaccinated people were routinely swabbed, even though they were asymptomatic and the vaccination group asymptomatics were NOT routinely tested.

That is QUITE a difference in the study. The 2 comparison groups were NOT treated the same, And this "sameness" is a requirement for a valid comparison study of two groups.

So these are the problems with the now famous Kentucky CDC study. The ONLY study the CDC has to prove vaccination can improve natural immunity.

The study is deceptive and the CDC evidence is false.
You mean the CDC who ran the Tuskegee Experiment for 50 years isn't telling the truth?
 

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Don't believe everything you read! If you controlled the narrative would you cheat if you had to? Me too!
I am cautious about what I read but in the this instance, I believe it. All my family, all my co-workers and most acquaintances (2 exceptions)are.
 

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Meh, friends GF tested positive for the 2nd time in a year. Her kid "has" it and passed it to her again. Fuck if I know. I do believe they had it the first time as they suffered the classic no taste no smell symptoms. As previously mentioned my county has a 20% vax rate, The woo flu is hitting the county pretty hard currently so I really don't know what to make of this 2nd infection. He took the shots (close friend but Id'a liked to have kicked him in the nuts upon discovery) so it'll be interesting to see if he gets it again.
 

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I kinda hate to link to them because that rag is fairly leftist IMHO. Just trust me and don't click the link.

There have been 102 new lab-confirmed and four new probable cases of COVID-19 identified in Campbell County, including five new cases of the Delta variant, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) announced Friday.

The latest data, updated on Sept. 10, brings the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Campbell County to 6,055 with 327 active lab-confirmed cases, 32 probable cases, and 5,667 recoveries, per WDH.

Statewide, the total number of active lab-confirmed cases increased by 605 to 65,944 since Sept. 9. There are currently 2,847 active lab-confirmed cases, 1,398 probable cases, and 62,356 recoveries.

There have been no new COVID-19-related deaths reports since the previous update. As of Sept. 10, 879 Wyoming residents have died of complications arising from COVID-19, 71 of whom resided in Campbell County.

As of Sept. 7, the date of the most recent vaccine update, approximately 207,804 Wyoming residents, or 35.91 percent of the state’s population, were considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Approximately 68.2 percent of all Wyoming seniors over the age of 65, 44.6 percent of adults over the age of 18, and 20.3 percent of adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 were considered fully vaccinated, per WDH.

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Campbell County, per WDH data, continues to have the second-lowest vaccination rate in the state, behind Crook County, with only 20.5 percent of the entire population, roughly 9,500 residents, considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Statewide, the number of COVID-19 variant cases increased by 30, all of which were identified as the Delta variant, the most prominent strain of COVID-19 identified in Wyoming as of Sept. 10, per WDH.

In Campbell County, there have been 181 cases of the Delta variant as of Sept. 10.





Our pop is 46,000


My county
6,055/46,431=10% had the 'rona
71/6,055=1% died

Wyoming pop 578,759
65,944/578,759=11%
The state numbers aren't copacetic with maffs so,
65944-2847=63097 took out active cases
63097-62056= 1041 total dead
1041/578,759=00.1% dead one tenth
65944/578759=11% is or has been infected.

I dunno, maybe it's my maffs.
 

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THE INJECTION IS QUITE LITERALLY INCREASING YOUR RISK & MANDATORY INJECTIONS FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES​

Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours.
Nearly 3hrs, speed up, drop the needle?

1st 1/2 hr very informative
 
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Biden’s New MANDATE! Will You COMPLY?​

 

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Fix no, block some idiocy yes, slow the roll yes
Right - but they're on the same team. The Republicans only slow the roll because/when they think it will help us digest what the Democrats just pushed on us and accept what the Democrats will push again next time. That's the Republican role in the ratchet racket. They slow the roll because it is advantageous to them.

If they want to slow it, then it's better to speed it up.
 

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Meh, friends GF tested positive for the 2nd time in a year. Her kid "has" it and passed it to her again. Fuck if I know. I do believe they had it the first time as they suffered the classic no taste no smell symptoms. As previously mentioned my county has a 20% vax rate, The woo flu is hitting the county pretty hard currently so I really don't know what to make of this 2nd infection. He took the shots (close friend but Id'a liked to have kicked him in the nuts upon discovery) so it'll be interesting to see if he gets it again.
are the symptoms the same with the second round? I do think the classic loss of taste and smell can be indicative of covid unless you are a snot monster with a regular virus. I know when I get a cold its common to lose smell and taste for three days but its a mucus issue.
 

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I too have the same question...

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Boys more at risk from Pfizer jab side-effect than Covid, suggests study​

US researchers say teenagers are more likely to get vaccine-related myocarditis than end up in hospital with Covid
 

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Up to 27 states.

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I too have the same question...

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LOL!! They have NO answer.

Just finished my standard blood test from my Dr. this week. No issues, so it looks like I'll still be hanging around for a while...As always, she uses the term "natural" during our discussions. My Dr. doesn't believe in the vaccine nor Flu shots. Yea, I'm glad I have a Doctor that actually looks out
for my health.
 

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New restrictions on prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19​

10 September 2021
Today, the TGA, acting on the advice of the Advisory Committee for Medicines Scheduling, has placed new restrictions on the prescribing of oral ivermectin. General practitioners are now only able to prescribe ivermectin for TGA-approved conditions (indications) - scabies and certain parasitic infections. Certain specialists including infectious disease physicians, dermatologists, gastroenterologists and hepatologists (liver disease specialists) will be permitted to prescribe ivermectin for other unapproved indications if they believe it is appropriate for a particular patient.
 

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Leaked supply document reveals clauses to protect US pharma company from legal action in the event of serious side-effects

Pfizer has been accused of holding Brazil “to ransom” over demands to shield itself from possible vaccine side-effect lawsuits in its contract to supply the country with 100m Covid jabs.

In its $1bn (£700m) deal with Pfizer Export BV, signed in March, despite its prior complaints, the Brazilian government agreed that “a liability waiver be signed for any possible side-effects of the vaccine, exempting Pfizer from any civil liability for serious side-effects arising from the use of the vaccine, indefinitely”.

Indemnity from compensation claims has been common in contracts between many countries and big pharma companies since the late 1980s.

The contract also stipulated that Brazil would cede to US courts, convened secretly, in the event of any contractual disputes relating to the vaccines.

In April, the contract was leaked on the health ministry website – a confidentiality agreement with Pfizer prevents the publication of its contracts. It was removed soon after and went largely unnoticed outside Brazil until the information was tweeted by a French lawyer and writer last month.

“Purchaser hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Pfizer, BioNTech, [and] each of their affiliates … from and against any and all suits, claims, actions, demands, losses, damages, liabilities, settlements, penalties, fines, costs and expenses … caused by, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from the vaccine,” reads the contract.

https://www.theguardian.com/global-...razil-to-ransom-over-vaccine-contract-demands
 

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LOL!! They have NO answer.

Just finished my standard blood test from my Dr. this week. No issues, so it looks like I'll still be hanging around for a while...As always, she uses the term "natural" during our discussions. My Dr. doesn't believe in the vaccine nor Flu shots. Yea, I'm glad I have a Doctor that actually looks out
for my health.
Physicians like that will probably be locked out or fired in the next months - barring a revolution or someone putting Xiden in his place. (I could describe that "place" but the big white bear would be all over me)

I have my annual in January. I don't know the mindset of Doctor Karen - I can guess; but the VA nurses and I passed some remarks when I was last in there, in April...I was asked, by rote off a form, if I wanted to learn about vaccination. I said, no. Emphatically; and the nurse quietly said, "I agree" and moved on to the next screening question.

She's either gone or got force-jabbed. My other alternative is Medicare, which I'm now eligible for - same issues. My civilian-insurance doc took Medicare patients who were already established patients...but we see the cold dead fingers of Old Corpse Joe have pointed at THEM, too, and ordered The Jab.

I'd like to think that doc, a former Medical Officer in the Navy, had the moral strength to refuse. But money, livelihood, is a strong motivator. People do reprehensible and repugnant things to get it or protect it.

Just in the last month, I know one woman who, after opposing The Jab...got it, because she had a European vacation planned and paid for, with her 90something mother. I get that it's a special time. I get that that time is limited. I get that the money is gone; but YOU ONLY GET ONE LIFE.

There are sillier reasons to get The Jab, but I haven't known the cases personally.
 

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Singapore scientists uncover SARS-CoV-2-specific T cell immunity in recovered COVID-19 & SARS patients, and in uninfected individuals​

  • Singapore study shows that SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells are present in all recovered COVID-19 patients.
  • These T cells were also found in all subjects who recovered from SARS 17 years ago, and in over 50% of both SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2 uninfected individuals tested, suggesting that a level of pre-existing SARS-CoV-2 immunity is present in the general population.
  • Infection and exposure to coronaviruses induces long-lasting memory T cells, which could help in the management of the current pandemic.
Singapore, 16 July 2020 – The T cells, along with antibodies, are an integral part of the human immune response against viral infections due to their ability to directly target and kill infected cells. A Singapore study has uncovered the presence of virus-specific T cell immunity in people who recovered from COVID-19 and SARS, as well as some healthy study subjects who had never been infected by either virus.

The study by scientists from Duke-NUS Medical School, in close collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS) Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) was published in Nature. The findings suggest infection and exposure to coronaviruses induces long-lasting memory T cells, which could help in the management of the current pandemic and in vaccine development against COVID-19.

The team tested subjects who recovered from COVID-19 and found the presence of SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells in all of them, which suggests that T cells play an important role in this infection. Importantly, the team showed that patients who recovered from SARS 17 years ago after the 2003 outbreak, still possess virus-specific memory T cells and displayed cross-immunity to SARS-CoV-2.

“Our team also tested uninfected healthy individuals and found SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells in more than 50 percent of them. This could be due to cross-reactive immunity obtained from exposure to other coronaviruses, such as those causing the common cold, or presently unknown animal coronaviruses. It is important to understand if this could explain why some individuals are able to better control the infection,” said Professor Antonio Bertoletti, from Duke-NUS’ Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) programme, who is the corresponding author of this study.

 

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Durability of SARS-CoV-2-specific T cell responses at 12-months post-infection​

 

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Between the people who could potentially die from getting 'the jab', and people who refuse the jab and are fired, I hope there are enough left to keep this place afloat. You know, stuff like keeping the power on, etc

This is shaping up to be a super shitshow. I think we will be relocked down by thanksgiving, or whenever the flu season hits. It seems that jab weakens the immune system, so this flu season ought to be one for the record books. I would assume every illness will be classified as covid, as it has been thusfar.

I am getting pretty nervous.
I'm not nervous, but I agree with the rest.
According to my DNA clock, Dad and mom both died in their 60s, I am already on borrowed time.
We will see. Feel great so far.