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    Lin Wood tweeted yesterday:
    1. Sometimes we get lost in the forest for the trees. I tweeted months ago that 20/20 was not about electing Biden/Harris. I warned that we were in an evolving color revolution. The color revolution playbook calls for creating a disputed election. Biden/Harris know they lost.
    2. They also knew that they would get caught. Too much fraud. They wanted to get you angry & then angrier with each revelation of fraud.
      Next step in color revolution playbook is violence in the streets. They could stage an incident of violence to trigger civil war to blame Trump.
    3. We fall if divided. We win if unified. Civil war is a disguise. Actually a revolution - a fight for freedom against China (& possibly Iran). When we realize we have common foe, we will unite for victory. But difficult weeks lay ahead. If I am wrong, mock me. But BE PREPARED.
    Michigan State Representative Cynthia A. Johnson Sends a Message to her "Soldiers" and to "Trumpers"
    This supports Lin Wood's prediction that they will gin up discontent, riots, etc over the election that they knew they couldn't win or even steal.

    On 11/2/1027, Q posted
    Four carriers & escorts in the pacific?
    Why is that relevant?
    To prevent other state actors from attempting to harm us during this transition? Russia / China?
    Or conversely all for NK? Or all three.
    Think logically about the timing of everything happening.
    Note increased military movement.
    Note NG deployments starting tomorrow.
    Note false flags.
    Follow Huma.
    Prepare messages of reassurance based on what was dropped here to spread on different platforms.

    The calm before the storm.
    Check out the following image showing positioning of US carriers in the atlantic and pacific as of yesterday. It is from an article published by Hal Turner yesterday; his server is currently overwhelmed. However, you can read it in the web archive: OMINOUS: U.S. POSITIONING NAVAL VESSELS OFF EAST & WEST COASTS; MASSIVE TROOP MOVEMENTS IN CONUS

    I don't know Hal Turner nor is military my thing, but the military geeks online are not calling bullshit on his article. Also they were fascinated by a very large exercise at Nellis AFB over the weekend.

    People plan...that's what they do. The globalists clearly are executing their plan, and the nationalists (Trump & team) have known this plan for a long time. Military Intelligence infiltrated the globalist ranks all the way down to their ANTIFA goon army and the local governments. They have it all and are in control. It's going down soon. I'll own that belief and take my lumps from BMueller if I'm wrong: Trump & Team are brilliant long-term, military precision planners. This operation will be studied at military academies for generations.

    Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    Friendly reminder that nation-state level hacking is pervasive. In other words, Powell’s allegations are nowhere near straining credibility. The fact that the MSM dismisses them as fringe shows a very culpable negligence. Moreso for the not-on-merits dismissive judges.

    FireEye, a Top Cybersecurity Firm, Says It Was Hacked by a Nation-State - The New York Times
    Everything the MSM has done and said (or rather, refused to do or say) in the aftermath of the election shows a very culpable negligence, and lends lots of credence to the fraud claims. If they were interested in informing the public and truly believed they were false, they would go into them in depth and pull apart the claims. "Experts say..." doesn't count. As for the judges, they are too scared to be "that judge who invalidated millions of votes." I worry that this fear does not stop at the doors of the supreme court. These lawsuits have largely been getting shut down due to procedural reasons, not because the evidence is bad. There isn't really precedent to work with when it comes to suing over election fraud, and these judges are all too happy to jump on some weak technicality to keep from having to rule on the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I guess you're looking for commentary on the unsigned "white paper" from the market-ticker.org site?

    Well, he does a decent job of assembling what evidence we have covering a number of facets of covid. There is definitely some cherry-picking of studies, and there is lots of editorializing that strays from what the evidence actually supports. I don't have the time or energy to go through all 30 pages to point out where I agree or disagree.

    My biggest problem is that he approaches the evidence and policy decisions primarily as a statistician, which makes it hard to fully accept his opinions on clinical or political issues, because he misses the mark in some subtle ways. An analogy: do you need a statistician to tell you what is wrong with most of the ex-phys literature? No, because the major problems are not statistical. I am sure a statistician could pore over the ex-phys journals and come up with an evidence-based programming model that differs significantly from Starting Strength. I would bet that you wouldn't be too swayed by that, because you have decades of experience and your problems with the ex-phys literature are not related to p-values or what have you. You know the feeling you got when you read something in an ex-phys journal that wasn't totally wrong but fundamentally missed some mark, and you somehow just knew the author had never coached anyone or spent much time in a gym? That's the feeling I get when I read that paper, and a lot of the covid commentary from smart but inexperienced people. This market-ticker.org guy needs to collaborate with a clinician, or at least someone in public health. I'm not sure who exactly he is trying to convince with this paper. It feels like mostly preaching to the choir to me. But he's not alone in that: it seems like everyone is preaching to some choir of their own lately.

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    They expect us to buy anything when we're not allowed to discuss it.

    They won't look into anything themselves: https://twitter.com/MattBraynard/sta...99328349474820

    They won't agree to any audits anywhere.

    There's no DOJ or FBI investigation.

    We're just supposed to accept it.

    Remember when we'd call Canada "America Jr?"

    We're China Jr.

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    We're all China Jr. now. The whole world copied their response to this fake pandemic, that's what they wanted us to do. Xi Jinping is a fucking strategic mastermind. He's like Ernst Stavro Blofeld, but much more evil, and ffs: he's real.

    China’s Global Lockdown Propaganda Campaign - Tablet Magazine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post

    Check out the following image showing positioning of US carriers in the atlantic and pacific as of yesterday. It is from an article published by Hal Turner yesterday; his server is currently overwhelmed. However, you can read it in the web archive: OMINOUS: U.S. POSITIONING NAVAL VESSELS OFF EAST & WEST COASTS; MASSIVE TROOP MOVEMENTS IN CONUS

    I don't know Hal Turner nor is military my thing, but the military geeks online are not calling bullshit on his article. Also they were fascinated by a very large exercise at Nellis AFB over the weekend.

    People plan...that's what they do. The globalists clearly are executing their plan, and the nationalists (Trump & team) have known this plan for a long time. Military Intelligence infiltrated the globalist ranks all the way down to their ANTIFA goon army and the local governments. They have it all and are in control. It's going down soon. I'll own that belief and take my lumps from BMueller if I'm wrong: Trump & Team are brilliant long-term, military precision planners. This operation will be studied at military academies for generations.

    Time will tell.
    The democrats inviting the UN to invade the US is, how shall I put it, seriously far fetched. I mean, even if they were to do that, the US Navy can likely destroy all the world’s navies combined, even if it were to go in the offensive, let alone if it simply had to defend its turf.

    However, massive troop movements of this sort at a moment like this send a clear message to the whole world, especially to China and the EU. There is something going on, that’s quite clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiva Kaul View Post
    No, I don’t think so. That minimizes the problem, which is:
    (1) technically-minded people adopt an extremely narrow perception of what “their job” is (such as scrutinizing medical terminology and statistical calculations, but not considering the context in which science is applied to public health),
    (2) errors occur at interfaces or boundaries (such as deceivingly ambiguous headlines and misinterpreted lab tests), and
    (3) bad actors systematically exploit this myopia to further their agendas.
    It’s not about personality disorder - it’s about understanding your professional responsibilities in an adversarial environment.
    This is an intelligent comment.
    It all gets amplified by the limbic response for anything that ends up online.

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    For your... ah, viewing pleasure. Except it's not pleasant. Maybe there are people on the board fluent in Chinese who could confirm that the subtitles match what the speaker says:

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/sta...24506312159233

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miro View Post
    For your... ah, viewing pleasure. Except it's not pleasant. Maybe there are people on the board fluent in Chinese who could confirm that the subtitles match what the speaker says:

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/sta...24506312159233
    Posobeic is fluent.

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