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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good
Bonus item: The FDA approved Pfizer's jab. But:
- About 3,079 people have died after receiving the Pfizer jab, according
to Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a passive reporting
system run jointly by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and
- Some 15,268 people have been hospitalized after getting a Pfizer shot,
according to VAERS reports
- Nearly 3,900 have reportedly suffered a permanent disability.
Here's the link to VAERS, read it for yourself:
https://vaers.hhs.gov/. [Statistics above
were taken from a 22AUG21 report].
- Twitter banned President Trump because he (accurately) noted the 2020
election was stolen. Twitter banned Dr. Rand Paul (also a US Senator) for
affirming the fact of natural immunity. But Twitter decided to allow the
Taliban to continue to use its platform (it seems that beheading people who
disagree with you or stoning them to death is OK with Twitter execs). My
question for anyone who still uses Twitter is this. Why?
- It may surprise some people that some Democrats are not obsessed with
damaging America. As shocking as that sounds, it is a fact. Take the $3.5
trillion inflation bill. It's on hold because some Democrats are blocking
- There's a concept called "the moderate Democrat". Democrats are, by (my)
definition, extreme. But there is a difference from a person whose views are
extreme yet the person is amenable to reason
-- and a person whose views are irrational, delusional, and dishonest in the
extreme plus the person actively seeks the destruction of anyone who does
not share and support those views.
So here we are with a tiny minority of Democrats actually behaving as
traditional Democrats. They share the same values as traditional
non-Democrats, they just have a different order to their priorities and
different beliefs about how to achieve similarly desired outcomes. In the
face of relentless attack on the country they love, they are coming out of
the closet. These brave souls will face the wrath of Nutcase Pelosi and her
legions of abusers, but that is not enough to stop them. They are heroes.
Read an example here:
- In Washington state, citizens are staging protests against the jab.
These are being staged in Spokane, which is on the eastern edge. Washington
is divided into two zones; it's basically a "red state" (rational) east of the Rockies
and a "blue state" (unthinkingly socialist) west of them. So this isn't one of those cases where
blatant abuse and corruption turn Democrats into Republicans. It is one of
those cases where blatant abuse and corruption turn quiet, complacent
Republicans into politically active Republicans. Our republic can use more
people like that, and the socialists seem to oblige by abusing more and more
people in ever worse ways.
- Libtards have this belief that anyone who has invested in property for
rental purposes somehow is so wealthy that person didn't need to do that,
and there is no financial risk or motivation to be a landlord. Back in the
real world, such a notion is considered moronic at best. The typical
landlord is a middle-class person who also works a full-time job and is
trying to build some equity for retirement. Rental properties cost money,
and months can go by where cash flow is negative and that property is
sucking away life-savings and more. A renter unable or unwilling to pay rent
is stealing from an innocent party while also occupying a rental unit that
someone else who needs a place to live is willing to pay for.
People who understand this cheered the recent Supreme Court ruling that
dealt a major blow to the eviction bans. Libtards, on the other hand, are
horrified that the SCOTUS could even consider protecting the property rights
of people instead of abetting theft from them. Then there's the "social
justice" aspect of this. If you want to ensure millions of people are
homeless, a great way to do that is to punish and financially ruin anyone
crazy enough to invest in rental property. You will get a shortage of people
willing to do that, and thus a shortage of affordable housing.
- Even in The People's Republic of California the Rule of Law sometimes
asserts itself. Six people involved in election fraud have been arrested.
Unfortunately, Nutcase Pelosi was not among them. But still, it's a good
sign that the lawlessness under a Marxist regime is not (yet) at 100%.
- When Brainless signed the order to give Afghanistan back to the Taliban
along with massive amounts of ordnance, weaponry, and supplies while
simultaneously stranding 10,000 Americans and all of our Afghani allies, it
seemed at the time like a great way to reduce the human population without
further angering Americans. But it did anger veterans and their families, so
it was yet another stupid move politically. Now comes a surprise. A
transgendered man who "identifies" as a woman is stranded there and a photo
of this individual is widely available. The socialists have counted on
militant LBGTs to help them further their anti-America agenda.
The socialists alienated a huge demographic (parents of school children) by
shoving Critical Race Theory into school systems. They alienated huge
numbers of "blacks" by removing police protection from their neighborhoods.
They alienated thousands of Cuban-Americans by calling Cuban protesters
"terrorists". It seems a fair bet that the grisly fate awaiting this
transgender whom Brainless stranded in Afghanistan will alienate most of the
You have to wonder which "group" the socialists will hate/hurt next. You
have to hope that everybody remembers these things when November rolls
around next year. And you have to insist that everyone back election reform
so another coup like the one that installed Brainless in the White House
doesn't happen again.
- The evidence of election fraud in Mesa County, CO is compelling enough
that the FBI has taken over the investigation. Colorado has 9 Electoral
College votes, and those went to Brainless Biden. So what was the evidence?
Some of it is a "smoking gun" trail related to passwords. The FBI has long
been independent from the control of the Executive Branch, though FBI
behavior surrounding the 2016 election showed extensive corruption. The FBI
appears to have cleaned that up and it's true that most people who join the
agency do so out of sense of patriotism. Since at this point only people who
desire the utter destruction of the USA (a process that is well under way
during Brainless' illegal occupation of the White House) would oppose
producing the election results minus the cheating, it is likely the FBI will
be able to show Trump won Colorado. It is also clear he won PA, GA, and AZ.
He probably won NV and WI, also. That makes 78 Electoral College votes that
were incorrectly cast. Trump had 310 Electoral College votes compared to
Brainless' 228, meaning Trump won the 2020 election by an astounding, but
highly probable 82 votes. It is improbable in the extreme that Trump could
have beaten Biden by a margin of less than 40 Electoral College votes, and
it is impossible that Biden beat Trump at all.
These investigations are not necessary to prove who won those states, but
they are providing the kind of incontrovertible hard evidence that wins
court cases. The best outcome now is that the election gets recertified.
Brainless and his socialist co-conspirators have already done irreparable
damage both internationally and at home at an enormous cost of property and
human life. While this is unfortunate, it does show everyone that siding
with the socialists can produce only bad outcomes.
- Home Depot took a stand against Black Lives Manipulated. An employee
tried to spread this message of hate and racism, but Home Depot would not
permit that. Kudos to Home Depot!
- Nutcase Pelosi has consistently and erroneously called the January riot
at the Capitol an "insurrection" while never once using that word to
describe the actual, multiple insurrections that took place with Democrat
honcho approval in the summer of 2020. An insurrection is an organized plan
to overthrow the government, exactly what the socialists did. A riot does
not have that motivation or any particular organization. Now the FBI has
stated there is no evidence the riot was anything more than just that.
Here's one story about it:
- Facebook, which played a major role in perpetuating the election fraud
that replaced our highly competent President with an America-hating retard
(and thus all the disasters this year) and has also played a major role in
perpetuating the Covid scam (e.g., blocking actual medical data while
allowing baseless claims that fit the socialist narrative) is now facing yet
another government lawsuit. I hope they choke and die.
- It started with "gun control," which predictably led to a massive
increase in violent crime. It has gotten crazier and crazier in Australia
ever since. The disease has progressed in Australia now to the point where
the government is shooting rescue dogs and using Covid as the excuse. Read
the full story here:
If the sheeple of Australia accept this, and being disarmed they don't have
much choice, the killing of people will be next. Oops, that's here already;
people there are dying from adverse reactions to the jab and yet the
propaganda and mandates continue.
- The disaster in Afghanistan has triggered widespread condemnation of our
Retard in Chief, all over the world. And it has triggered hashtag Bring Back
Trump and similar movements. At the very least, we will see election reform
get a major boost. Even better, this disaster (which will have massively bad
echo effects particularly in the South China Sea--say goodbye to Taiwan)
adds huge motivation for the swing states to recertify for Trump and sue (in
the SCOTUS) for the 2020 Presidential election result to be correctly
rendered which means an end to this socialist nightmare and Trump back in
the White House. Can we count on the Supreme Court to do the right thing? I
answer that in the next news item.
- The Supreme Court has shown yet again that, after years of appeasement
to radical socialists, it is now following Constitutional principles (e.g.,
property rights and other civil liberties). On 27 August, it ruled that
neither the Centers for Disinformation and Confusion (CDC) or fake President
Biden have the authority to steal from people who have invested (usually
their life savings) into rental properties. The SCOTUS reaffirmed the right
to evict. Contrary to what the lamestream media portray, eviction has a
process and is far from whimsical.
Eviction always leaves the landlord with a significant loss; not only is
back rent unpaid but the occupant nearly always damages the property to an
extent that requires several months' rent just to repair and clean up.
Landlords don't prefer eviction, they use it as a last resort. Most
landlords will bend significantly to work something out, be it partial rent
or help in finding a job via the landlord's network of business contacts.
But isn't this cold and heartless to the occupant? That's the libtard point
of view, a perspective that requires an infinite supply of rental units with
nobody else actually needing the one the landlord has. In other words,
evicting a non-payer makes room for a paying tenant. In many cases, the
paying tenant would otherwise not have a rental to live in anywhere near
where that person needs to live. In that scenario, two parties benefit. In
the "no eviction" scenario, at least two parties are losers. A libtard would
rather seen 21 people drown than one person be chosen not to be in the
lifeboat so that 20 can live. Now you see why they claim teaching school
kids math is "racist".
- The FDA has banned 55,000 e-cigarette products from sale. A close friend
of mine died from lung disease caused by e-cigarettes. The e-cigarettes were
originally brought to market to help adults kick tobacco addiction, which is
why you have to be 21 to lawfully buy them. But even preteens are vaping and
getting sick from doing so. Part of what motivated FDA is the sheer number
of kids getting hooked on e-cigarettes. The companies have to show the
benefits to adults outweigh the damage to kids.
- Police officers do their thing yet again. Read the full story:
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3. Brainpower tip
The socialists and various other people who are IQ-deficient, devious, or both
keep pushing the absurd idea that Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in a fair
election. While it's great that several swing states are now conducting audits
of the 2020 election, there is a shorter, less expensive way to arrive at the
Asking some basic questions is a good way to analyze a
proposition. Let's apply that technique to determine who won. If you use this
technique in other situations, you will greatly enhance your brain power.
- Were Americans so dissatisfied with the lowest unemployment in over 50
years, that they wanted to replace Trump?
- Did people dislike our energy independence, energy stability, and energy
price stability, or would they prefer to be paying twice as much at the gas
pump while enduring shortages and outages throughout the year?
- Did the majority of Americans want war in the Middle East instead of the
peace that Trump brought?
- Did people stay up late at night, feeling guilty that America has been
too "elitist" to have a retarded person as POTUS?
- Did people so much enjoy the rioting, fire-bombing, maiming, and
murdering done by socialist insurgents and approved by socialist politicians
over the summer of 2021 that they wanted to put a socialist in the White
- Were most Americans experiencing nostalgia for the days when their POTUS
stirred up racial hatred as Obama did instead of focusing (as Trump did) on
Making America Great Again?
- Did people find prosperity so objectionable they would vote to replace
Trump with someone whose record is strongly anti-prosperity?
- Black Lives Manipulated and other hate groups were launching violent
assaults on Republicans, doing cancel culture and cancel career on Trump
supporters, and generally trying to strike abject terror into the hearts of
those who do not embrace their toxic ideology. So why is it the film crew
outnumbered the attendees at Biden rallies but it was common to see 35,000
people at a Trump rally? Despite the danger, all those Trump supporters
showed up. If Biden even had supporters, where were they?
- In looking at the Bill of Rights, which Trump ardently supports and to
which Biden has spent years opposing, does it seem even remotely plausible
that so many people dislike their civil liberties they would vote to have
them violated as a matter of policy?
- How is it that the left's message of hatred, intolerance, and violence
somehow resonated with more voters than Trump's message (and record) of
peace and prosperity?
- In the Democratic primaries, Biden came in a distant fourth and his
repugnant running mate came in dead last. In the Republican primaries, Trump
was the winner both times. How can Biden possibly get more votes than any
POTUS in history, and so hugely more than even Obama?
- Did Americans decide that Biden's only accomplishment in 50 years, a
bill to deprive the accused of many of their rights, signified what they
wanted from the POTUS? Or was it most Americans agreed with Biden when Biden
was the only person on Obama's team to object to the plan to send Seal Team
6 to kill Osama Bin Laden and thus preferred Biden over a POTUS who took
many actions to protect us?
This is just an example of the question technique. There are other ways to
use logic to prove Biden lost by a wide margin. Yet, many people don't use this
or any of the other methods to arrive at the truth. Instead, they let the
lamestream media con them into believing an egregious lie.
Your first line of defense is, of course, to completely avoid the lamestream
media. If friends repeat these lies to you, ask them to stop doing that. Use an
example like this to show that what they are telling you isn't what they
actually think because they have not yet thought about it.
Our society is under a massive program of stupidification. We must resist.
The socialists are not the Borg, but even if they were Captain Janeway proved
resistance is far from futile by ultimately destroying the Borg.
It's not enough
to put on your own oxygen mask, you must also help the less able put on theirs.
One way to do that is to pick a libtard myth like "Joe Biden won" and help
another person to use logic to destroy the myth. Walk them through it, let them
get the win. Once they get a taste of being smart, they won't want to go back.
4. Finance tip
Saving Social Security|
Here are the steps that Pelosi and her fellow
psychopaths are taking to ensure Social Security remains solvent.
- Effectively reduce benefits by inflating the money supply. This makes
each dollar worth less and thus the government is paying out benefits using
cheaper dollars. If inflation is 25%, the effect is the same as reducing
- Reduce the number of beneficiaries. When the Covid flu response measures
(most of which were guaranteed to kill more people than doing nothing
different) failed to kill enough people, out came the experimental gene
therapy that is dishonestly called a "vaccine". It worked well to increase
the death rate, but far too many people used their brains and decided it was
a bad idea. Then out came the mythical "delta variant" to scare more people
into accepting the population reduction jab.
If you're within a decade or so of being eligible for Social Security
benefits, redo the math on those. If you would receive, say, $3000/month that
sounds pretty good. You could live on that. But only in today's dollars. In
reality, inflation will knock that to $1500/month (effectively). Can you live on
$1500/month? That's about $350 a week. Determine what you spend on groceries and
double it. Now how far does that $1500 a month go?
We must defeat the socialists, but that is unlikely to undo the damage that's
already been done. You must prepare to live in a poorer, more expensive world
one decade from now whether you are retiring then or not. There are dozens of
things you can do to make that a less painful proposition. You'd better get
5. Security tip
United States of America was taken over by socialists through force, fear,
and fraud. Since they took over, they have done massive damage at home and
If an entire country can so quickly be subdued and then broken,
what about you as an individual?
Force is often used to
subdue other people. A mugging is an example. Rape and robbery are two
others. Force also lays the groundwork for fear. As part of bringing the
insurrection to a successful conclusion, the socialists repeatedly used
force during the summer of 2020. Looting stores, burning occupied homes,
killing police officers, and beating people to death are all examples. The McKloskeys would have been yet another statistic in the insurrection, but
they lawfully defended their home by making it clear they were armed and
ready to exercise their Second Amendment rights.
- Train regularly so your body is strong. Train for functional
strength, not for mirror points. Less bench pressing, more squats.
- Take up a sport that taxes your central nervous system. This will
improve your ability to fight back even if you never took a martial arts
class. It will also improve your ability to flee, which is often the
- Consciously work on your posture so that you "stand tall".
- Carry a weapon, where practical. It need not be a firearm.
- Ensure you have a firearm capable of stopping a home intruder, you
know how to use it, and you can easily put your hands on it when you
- Don't let the lamestream media into your life. Their dishonesty,
manipulativeness, hatred, and complete lack of integrity should be
reason enough. But also consider they do a lot of fear-mongering.
- Treat the latest dire warning with skepticism. When the Covid panic
first hit, I took confidence in my immune system and was not worried in
the slightest about getting sick from it or dying from it.
- Put things in context. The insurrectionists were burning and looting
in socialist-controlled cities, where law-abiding citizens are not
armed. If you lived anywhere else, they were not a threat to you.
- Look for the data behind the claim. Usually, it isn't there because
it does not exist.
- Mentally arm yourself with thoughts along the line of, "I do not
fear bullies because they are hollow inside. Good people will outlast
them. I am one of the good people."
- The insurrection movement removed our President through massive
- The Covid scam is a massive fraud.
- Nutcase Pelosi is a fraud.
- Joe Biden is a fraud.
- Most Chinese sellers on Amazon are frauds.
- Scam artists call you on the phone to pitch you on a fraud.
Fraud is everywhere. If it sounds too good to be true, it
probably is. If it sounds like an existential threat, it is probably
not. Keep your cool, then apply critical thinking to the
proposition, question, statement, whatever.
Going online to find facts about something seems like a good
approach, but if you use Google for search you will get mostly or
only the results that conform to Google's leftwing views. Instead of
a direct search like, "Is inflation really that bad" ask yourself
some basic questions. What is inflation? Too many dollars chasing
the same amount of goods. Is a $3.5 trillion spending bomb 100%
inflationary? Yes, because the money to pay for it will have to be
"printed". You can look up the number of households, the median
wage, and other information to help you paint a picture of how bad
the $3.5 trillion spending bomb is. In this case, the searches
verify the proposition. Did you notice, though, I did not ask any
questions that might disprove the inflation or minimize its effect?
This kind of bias is one reason searching online, even with the
correct method, can lead to incorrect results. Not in this case
would that happen, but it often does.
So we go back to critical thinking. This has a methodology, and
learning it is worthwhile. If you apply critical thinking to fear
and fraud, you can immunize yourself from their most pernicious
effects. Here's a helpful resource:
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The photos tell you something important about my credibility.
on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:
Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says
Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs
to warm up on chest day
Training days per week: 6
Type of training: Split routine, heavy on supersets
Meals per day: 7 on training days, 6 on rest day
Percent of diet that is processed food: 0
Amount of meat, wheat, corn, or soy eaten annually: 0
Number of eggs eaten per day: Between 8 and 10
Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side
Last illness: 1971
Last workout missed: Spring of 1977
my climbing videos here:
Question: Which is better, intensity or volume?|
Most people who train with weights aren't even aware of these concepts.
Among those who are, most believe you must choose between one or the other.
I used to believe that. But you can, and should, get both. I will explain
the what, why, and how.
When you push a muscle to its limit, this is intensity. For example, you
need to move 100lbs of paper from one side of the room to the other. You
could do this one sheet at a time. Very low intensity with each repetition.
This is no challenge for your muscles. But if you do it all at once, now you
must load your muscles with a force that is significant relative to your
Intensity is what triggers the adaptive response to grow muscle, increase
bone density, and increase tendon thickness.
If all you ever do is low-intensity work, your body has no reason to
increase its capacity for work. In fact, you train it to conserve energy by
reducing muscle mass, reducing bone mass, and increasing the amount of fat
All that walking back and forth in the previous example is volume. You're
doing something many times. Volume also triggers an adaptive response. But
it's vascular growth instead of muscular growth. The catch is it has to be
in response to an oxygen demand to trigger the vascular growth. The volume
in the paper example is too low of intensity to make you gasp for breath,
though you might yawn from boredom. If, on the other hand, you had to move a
pallet of 40lb bags of topsoil across your lawn using no cart or other
equipment, you would have sufficient volume to trigger a response. Do this
every other day, and you will easily see the vascularity improvement in less
than a month.
Intensity versus volume
This is the traditional trade-off many athletes make. They go for
intensity to increase strength, but avoid volume so as not to make muscles
any bigger than they have to be. So it's usually heavy weights at low reps.
Many of these people fear becoming "muscle bound" and thus becoming slower.
They believe the larger the muscles, the slower you are. But there is a
reason that a 1969 Dodge Charger with a 440 cubic inch engine rocketed away
from the start line while the same model of car with a 318 cubic inch engine
crawled away from it.
Intensity and volume
Body builders and many top athletes train so as to get both intensity and
volume in the same training session. This builds strength while also
increasing capillarization. The muscles are bigger, and the overall
functional strength is much greater; it is more than enough to compensate
for the added weight of the larger muscles. So for anyone in a performance
sport, this is what you aim for. Take a look at Usain Bolt for an example of
what this produces and look at his record for an example of why this is
embraced by top athletes.
When you train for both, there is significant strengthening of the
central nervous system. This means faster reflexes, greater precision of
movement, and greater efficiency of movement.
The single biggest problem with this approach is each session is
exhausting. That exhaustion, however, is what brings the body back stronger
the next time.
Different athletes and trainers have different methods for getting
intensity and volume in the same workout. There is a principle behind the
ways that are most effective. You do each rep intensely for the intensity,
but do more sets and thus more total reps to get your volume. One way to get
intensity is to weaken the muscle before a given exercise. For example, do a
set of chin-ups and then immediately do a set of biceps curls. You will be
able to curl with less weight (good for tendon preservation) to get the same
effect, and the effect will occur much earlier in the set. This is different
from doing 3 or 4 sets of chin-ups (with a rest between each set) followed
by 3 or 4 sets of biceps curls.
Typical gym advice is to do 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps per exercise. And
typical practice is one or two exercises per muscle group (e.g., biceps). In
this framework, you usually must choose between intensity and volume. A
better approach is to do 4 sets of 6 to 12 reps per exercise and perform 4
or more exercises per muscle group. You increase the intensity by keeping
resting periods short. This also gives you enough to add that extra set.
Doing intense reps and then pumping up via more sets with short rests
between will condition you not only to perform as an athlete, but to look
like an athlete.
What do I mean by 4 or more exercises per muscle group? Look at this
shoulder workout and count how many exercises there are for the rear delts,
anterior delts, and median delts:
- Standing cable pulls for rear delts / Standing lateral raises. 4
- Overhead presses. 4 sets. Rear delts, lying on side. 4 sets
- Front raises / Seated lateral raises. 4 sets.
- Rear delts, bands; low, medium, high (delt cable fly). 2 sets.
- Lateral raises/ Overhead presses. 4 sets.
- Rear delts, bentover rows. 4 sets.
- Front raises / Side laterals / Overhead presses ; one set, low
weight and high reps
Did you see 5 exercises for the rear delts? Do you notice how these
muscle groups are "staggered"? Can you see now how it is possible to get
high volume without sacrificing intensity? And without pacing yourself just
to hit a rep number?
You almost have to be crazy to train this hard. Almost. What makes it not
so crazy after all is what you get in return. The payoff is huge.
Recently, I ran into my climbing buddy Mark (there are three of us named
Mark). He's 58. Like me, he's been a hard-trainer for his entire adult life
and for a while before that. When you see someone into their 4th decade of
"crazy hard" training and you see how nimble they are, it's reason enough to
"go crazy" yourself if you have not done so already. And by the way, that
level of exhaustion repeated for 5 or 6 days per week makes you calmer (for
multiple reasons). It's the people who "train easy" or not at all who are
crazy. I'm not particularly crazy about losing my mobility and rotting in a
nursing home, either....
If you are training this way, the mental component is significant. Just
to maintain good form during such a session takes focus that you have to
develop over time.
www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative
articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to
do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:|
- The best workouts are short and intense.
- A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction
than the typical American diet.
From the CDC data, it's estimated the average American has a 0.29% chance of
getting Covid-19. That's an average, so it includes people in high-exposure
environments (e.g. hospital workers); we can exclude grocery clerks from this
due to the plexi-glass barriers. If you normalize the data (omit the top 10% and
bottom 10%), you get a lower figure. But what does it mean to "get Covid?" It
means you test positive, using a test notorious for false positives. A little
analysis shows us that a person who is not in a high-exposure environment has
(most likely) less than 0.01% of getting Covid.|
But even if it were a 100%
chance, there is no reason to worry. Of those few who actually do get Covid, the
survival rate is the same as with any other flu. Among those who do not have
comorbidities, the survival rate is 100%. One of the most common morbidities is
self-inflicted metabolic syndrome, something that is easily treated if the
person is willing to end his/her addiction to metabolic syndrome driving
substances such as corn syrup and processed cane sugar.
In other words, it's not a deadly pandemic. There is no reason for any of the
"precautions" Fauci inflicted such as an economic shutdown or conning people to
isolate socially so they get depressed and off themselves.
And there is no reason to be subjected to an experimental gene therapy with
known deadly effects possibly resulting. The "vaxx" does not inhibit Covid or
prevent its transmission. So it's useless against Covid.
8. Thought for the Day
When it appeared on the scene, it was called "social
media". It did not take long for trolls to turn it into anti-social media.
Today, it's just socialist media.
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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by socialists or
other brainwashed individuals. That's because they live in an alternate reality
and have not bothered to learn the basics of how life works.
Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified.
Where sources are not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.
Mark provides information from either research or his own areas of established expertise. Sometimes, what appears to be a personal opinion is the only possibility when applying sound logic--reason it out before judging! (That said, some personal opinions do appear on occasion).
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