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    "The WHO's Denial of Ivermectin: Big Science, Disinformation and their Impacts on Human Rights." - YouTube

    FLCCC Weekly Update: Dr. Pierre Kory speaks on "The WHO's Denial of Ivermectin: Big Science, Disinformation and their Impacts on Human Rights."

    "The WHO is completely compromised," says Dr. Kory. "They are protecting other interests."

    The scale of the markets (think vaccines and pharmaceutical companies) that would be affected by the approval of ivermectin for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 is massive. Meanwhile, because the WHO failed to recommend ivermectin for worldwide use, hundreds of thousands of the world's most vulnerable people are now on the way to their deaths.

    At 1 hour 07 minutes and 30 seconds of the video Dr Korry explains briefly his thoughts on the phenomenon that every time there is a vaccine rollout there is a spike in cases and deaths

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Has anyone tried slipping a CVS nurse a couple hundred bucks with a knowing look to get your papers? Pretty sure this would work if you choose your CVS location wisely. I refuse to participate at all out of principle, but why not at least try being a little creative before putting untested mystery vax in your body simply for convenience.
    Refreshing. Ties into Czar Nicholas’s post about rule of law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Glenn Reynolds in his NY Post column about the media: Will the Times apologize for lying about Officer Sicknick’s death?
    Obviously it takes less than 10 seconds to find the article from 8 January. Here is an excerpt on the subject:

    "Law enforcement officials initially said Mr. Sicknick was struck with a fire extinguisher, but weeks later, police sources and investigators were at odds over whether he was hit. Medical experts have said he did not die of blunt force trauma, according to one law enforcement official. Instead, investigators increasingly believe that a factor may have been an irritant such as mace or bear spray that was sprayed in the face of Mr. Sicknick, the law enforcement official said. The Capitol Police said in a statement that Officer Sicknick died from injuries sustained “while physically engaging with protesters.” "

    On March 24, NYT times added the following comment on top of the article:

    "UPDATE: New information has emerged regarding the death of the Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick that questions the initial cause of his death provided by officials close to the Capitol Police."

    Judge for yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericw View Post
    Mob justice just prevailed. Moving out to the county is sounding better and better.

    But if you're stubborn, remaining in a neighborhood that was once burned down and looted in riots after a blackout in 1977, but decades later became gentrified and livable, with massive increases in property values, becomes its own reward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    "The WHO's Denial of Ivermectin: Big Science, Disinformation and their Impacts on Human Rights." - YouTube

    FLCCC Weekly Update: Dr. Pierre Kory speaks on "The WHO's Denial of Ivermectin: Big Science, Disinformation and their Impacts on Human Rights."

    "The WHO is completely compromised," says Dr. Kory. "They are protecting other interests."

    The scale of the markets (think vaccines and pharmaceutical companies) that would be affected by the approval of ivermectin for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 is massive. Meanwhile, because the WHO failed to recommend ivermectin for worldwide use, hundreds of thousands of the world's most vulnerable people are now on the way to their deaths.
    Let us know when this gets pulled down.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonasfj70 View Post
    Obviously it takes less than 10 seconds to find the article from 8 January. Here is an excerpt on the subject:

    "Law enforcement officials initially said Mr. Sicknick was struck with a fire extinguisher, but weeks later, police sources and investigators were at odds over whether he was hit. Medical experts have said he did not die of blunt force trauma, according to one law enforcement official. Instead, investigators increasingly believe that a factor may have been an irritant such as mace or bear spray that was sprayed in the face of Mr. Sicknick, the law enforcement official said. The Capitol Police said in a statement that Officer Sicknick died from injuries sustained “while physically engaging with protesters.” "

    On March 24, NYT times added the following comment on top of the article:

    "UPDATE: New information has emerged regarding the death of the Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick that questions the initial cause of his death provided by officials close to the Capitol Police."

    Judge for yourself!
    We know. We've known all along. Why are you posting this? The point is that the media and their politicians keep talking about the "deadly storming" by "armed insurrectionists" that resulted in the death of Officer Sicknick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Let us know when this gets pulled down.



    We know. We've known all along. Why are you posting this? The point is that the media and their politicians keep talking about the "deadly storming" by "armed insurrectionists" that resulted in the death of Officer Sicknick.
    If you define "the media" as newspapers like Wall Street Journal, NY Post, NY Times, LA Times and Washington Post, they have a clear division between news and opinion. Then you have cable channels like MSNBC, CNN and Fox News etc. They kind of pretend to have this division, but it appears more blurred. You probably know which of those lean left or right on the opinion pages.

    I do not think you will ever find the language you cite above in the news section, unless they report on what representatives of both sides expressed, in any of the outlets above with the exception of perhaps MSNBC. You might find it in the opinion section, but then it is stated Opinion in bold. Opinion writers obviously have more freedom to express their personal views.

    The news editorial choices, wording and facts presented in Wall Street Journal and NY Times are quite similar. Both were for example competing to reveal Trump's taxes, which I assume pissed him off. Obama was likewise furious when they went after NSA, drone wars etc. where he was political vulnerable. There were as many leaks from, what you may call the "deep state" during Obama as during Trump.

    I believe it is fair game to go after politicians and especially those in power.

    Another observation. The opinion pieces generally have less readers than the headline news stories and those who read them have already made up their mind. Paul Krugman, one of the most read columnists, reach 150,000 on a good day, while a NY Times headlining news story is read by 500,000.

    Also remember that the right leaning newspapers (NY Post and WSJ) are 50% larger than the left leaning (LA Times, NY Times and Washington Post) and Fox News is over time rated higher than MSNBC and CNN combined. There is thus little to support the notion that "the media" as a whole is biased to the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonasfj70 View Post
    There is thus little to support the notion that "the media" as a whole is biased to the left.
    I am speechless. The left has powers and abilities far beyond those of normal men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrfunk View Post
    Democrats voted in favor of discriminating against asians:

    https://media.patriots.win/post/orgHqBBx.jpeg
    Good!

    I'm tired of the yellow man keeping me down!

    I mean what else could explain the disparity between whites and Asians?

    Higher IQ? Intact families? Conscientiousness? Work ethic?

    Nope. Those racist bastards and their systemic racism is what it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Watson View Post
    But if you're stubborn, remaining in a neighborhood that was once burned down and looted in riots after a blackout in 1977, but decades later became gentrified and livable, with massive increases in property values, becomes its own reward.
    IF it ever happens AND if your kids therapy costs from you being "stubborn" are less costly than the increase in home value.

    Pretty much a crapshoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I am speechless. The left has powers and abilities far beyond those of normal men.
    Jonas, stop it. You are scaring my wife.

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    It will be the Momma Bears who end this mask/lockdown insanity: Take these masks off of our children!

    Look closely at the RAGE. It's building and it's gonna blow. NEVER stand between an enraged Momma Bear and her child.

    Popcorn.

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