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    Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

    “Vaccine Law Conference” looks and sounds like a step towards forced corporal vaccination against individual will. The Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex already has liability protection, loose regulation, no GMP. What else could be their goal?

    https://twitter.com/P_McCulloughMD/s...lUeEq8ADg&s=19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead View Post
    You say it is commonly used in research. Is this research done on healthy individuals? Or primarily in the lab or in cancer patients? There is different calculations one would use for healthy individuals especially when genome integration could be possible, even if it is an extremely small chance.

    I am definitely not an expert in any of these issues. I am merely a collator of articles and data ( a reporter of sorts) that would not be aired in mainstream media. That being said , I have noticed people saying similar to your position and some scientific professionals in the medical freedom camp disagree. When I get around to it, I will source for you the major articles that discuss this.
    I mean purely laboratory experiments that can have zero to do with Covid. And are bench experiments that don’t involve humans (other than the scientists performing them.) In PCR as well as some other processes, these molecules are very commonly used for a myriad of experiments.

    I’ll read anything you send but keep in mind it is not of consequence for me either way. My knowledge of this is based on personal, hands on experience in molecular biology in the pharmaceutical industry.

    These molecules are readily available from vendors of molecular biology supplies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subby View Post
    I remember being on reddit as they were coming out one by one, I even spent time going through the wikileak emails.

    Overall I find the pizzagate stuff suspect but not conclusive.
    Question to anyone skeptical. If you went into a strangers home and you saw a single questionable artistic image of a child, you would probably think nothing of it.
    My question is how many images would have to see before you started to think there was something suspect about them? Put a number on it.
    One.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    Hey, prudence is always advised. I still don’t really expect anything like a civil war in America, I think this is enemy propaganda too, but these Democrats are out of control for sure. I guess I’m spoiled, where I’ve lived we’ve had an unbroken reign of the communist party for 80 years, they just pretend to be Christian Democrats now. They are incompetent and corrupt, but at least they are old school commies, not these new school commie fascist social engineering lunatics trying to take over the West.
    The gag is how you can have Christian Democrats, a purely European political extraction, without a Church.

    Quote Originally Posted by Subby View Post
    I remember being on reddit as they were coming out one by one, I even spent time going through the wikileak emails.

    Overall I find the pizzagate stuff suspect but not conclusive.
    Question to anyone skeptical. If you went into a strangers home and you saw a single questionable artistic image of a child, you would probably think nothing of it.
    My question is how many images would have to see before you started to think there was something suspect about them? Put a number on it.
    One, Subby. Just one. Do you personally need to see more than one?

    I did an inspection of a very ritzy property on the border between the West and East Village a number of years ago. Daniel Day Lewis lived in the co-op next door. The first unit was owned by an interior decorator and her husband. The garish affair was festooned with skulls, blood, skeletons, penises, and all manner of nonsense. Spotless. You could eat off of the floor. I’ve never been so disturbed in my life and I’ve worked in the slums of Philadelphia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satch12879 View Post
    The gag is how you can have Christian Democrats, a purely European political extraction, without a Church.
    Oh, the Church is strong. It supports the commies turned Christian Democrats. The returned a lot of church property they confiscated in the 40s and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satch12879 View Post
    The gag is how you can have Christian Democrats, a purely European political extraction, without a Church.



    One, Subby. Just one. Do you personally need to see more than one?

    I did an inspection of a very ritzy property on the border between the West and East Village a number of years ago. Daniel Day Lewis lived in the co-op next door. The first unit was owned by an interior decorator and her husband. The garish affair was festooned with skulls, blood, skeletons, penises, and all manner of nonsense. Spotless. You could eat off of the floor. I’ve never been so disturbed in my life and I’ve worked in the slums of Philadelphia.
    I wasn't clear in my original post, I was more talking about some of the other images around Comet Ping Pong from pizzagate. Things like the crossed table tennis rackets are obviously co-incidental and others aren't what they appear. Like the hotard comment is directed at the guy who's account it is, not the Child.

    But I guess it depends on the context of the picture. Take a picture of a vulnerable child. Is it a self portrait of the artist as a child and was it painted to represent bulloying? Or is it something else more sinister? It can be other things than the worst possible scenario. Just because there are pedofile rings amongst the elite, doesn't mean they all are. I'm sure Epstein used the Lolita Express as a normal private charter plane on occasion. Not everything is the worst case scenario at all times.

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    Rip have you thought about inviting Karl Denniger back on, given his most recent announcement that he's taking a break?
    Sure you two don't agree on everything but I've noticed as I've aged that rarely will you meet someone you agree with on all the important stuff. Just try to find people you click with on most (or the most important) points and then maybe you can learn from each other on your differences.

    As an older Millennial some interesting topics would be:
    How they successfully slow boiled us to near ruins by fake-growing our economy with overseas credit emission. What signs did our country see and ignore or totally miss 30-40 years ago that could have stopped all these seeds of destruction?

    The personality/personal growth traits and technical skills you developed and improved to go from a "self-employed specialist" (one guy doing it all) to a business owner (delegating more/bringing on employees)

    Why/what made you decide to limit your business's growth to "small/medium" (one or a few locations, you the entrepreneur still have a big say over daily operational and growth decisions), vs. really going big (branding, franchising, multiple locations with widely cast sales funnels, etc.; you make mainly big picture vision and growth decisions, e.g. as a member of your own board)

    Whether, if you two were 20-30years younger and had seen a United States culture and political system/climate like the one you see now, you would have still set roots here to find or build sanity, or would have uprooted and gone elsewhere to save yourself and your children a lot of unnecessary trouble down the road ("here" can mean your particular state or the actual country itself)

    I bet others have interesting questions to ask of you and KD together as well. Think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Here's a pretty good primer on "pizza gate". Most of this isn't even really conspiracy theory. It's just a compilation of patterns and stuff they do in broad daylight. It's up to you to put two and two together... or not.
    The idiotic introduction to this nonsense actually asserts that because the terms "Fake News" and "Pizzagate" both became popular terms on the internet around the same time, that the meme of "Fake News" must have been created to cover up the pizzagate scandal.

    In spite of that, I actually managed to read through most of this "primer", and I'm pretty sure doing so knocked about 10 points off my IQ.

    Quote Originally Posted by Subby View Post
    I remember being on reddit as they were coming out one by one, I even spent time going through the wikileak emails.

    Overall I find the pizzagate stuff suspect but not conclusive.
    Question to anyone skeptical. If you went into a strangers home and you saw a single questionable artistic image of a child, you would probably think nothing of it.
    My question is how many images would have to see before you started to think there was something suspect about them? Put a number on it.
    I agree with Barry that content matters here, the logical extreme being a single actually incriminating image. But weird art abounds, and the reality is that there are people who like it.

    There is a larger point to address here of the fallacious circular reasoning that so many conspiracy theorists succumb to. More of the same evidence that generated a hypothesis is per se insufficient to prove that hypothesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Laureys View Post
    Rip have you thought about inviting Karl Denniger back on, given his most recent announcement that he's taking a break?
    Sure you two don't agree on everything but I've noticed as I've aged that rarely will you meet someone you agree with on all the important stuff. Just try to find people you click with on most (or the most important) points and then maybe you can learn from each other on your differences.
    I have no disagreements with Karl that I know of, and I didn't see him say he was taking a break. He's welcome on my show any time, but I get the impression he's been too busy to bother with us.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Schexnayder View Post
    There is a larger point to address here of the fallacious circular reasoning that so many conspiracy theorists succumb to. More of the same evidence that generated a hypothesis is per se insufficient to prove that hypothesis.
    For example, discuss the hypothesis that the Feds instigated the J6 "Insurrection." Is that a wild conspiracy theory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Schexnayder View Post
    I agree with Barry that content matters here, the logical extreme being a single actually incriminating image. But weird art abounds, and the reality is that there are people who like it.

    There is a larger point to address here of the fallacious circular reasoning that so many conspiracy theorists succumb to. More of the same evidence that generated a hypothesis is per se insufficient to prove that hypothesis.
    Is it circular reasoning to assume that people who like weird art might themselves be weird?

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