Burning Bush comments

Posted in: Film depicts Black Lives Matter, #MeToo as new feminist wave See in context

an intolerant, noisy minority with an outsized voice.

That's the best definition of the mainstream media I've ever seen in my life.

Thanks.

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Posted in: No leaving Wales: UK police to enforce travel ban See in context

Are you saying that people who have had a positive COVID-19 test are false positive? 

If the person is totally asymptomatic, as most "cases" are, the only evidence of "infection" is the PCR test itself.

So how do you know they aren't all false positives?

Dr. Kary Mullis, the inventor of the test has publicly stated that the PCR was never intended to be a diagnostic tool, as it's easily prone to false positives.

Due to the nature of the test itself, a cycle threshold of 40 or over will produce a positive result on virtually ever single human on earth.

Some countries have upped their cycle threshold limit for the test all the way to 37, because 34 or 35 wasn't producing enough positives apparently.

The "spike in cases" could merely be a result of a change in the cycle threshold, producing false positives, even for autopsies, driving up the supposed Covid death count.

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Posted in: Poland's president tests positive for coronavirus See in context

How are the general populations doing in Poland, the UK, the US and Brazil.

They're choking on masks and locked like prisoners in their own homes, courtesy of totalitarian Covid measures.

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Posted in: Poland's president tests positive for coronavirus See in context

Another asymptomatic case.

Like 99% of people under 65, he’ll be fine in 1 week.

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Posted in: Jared and Ivanka threaten lawsuit over Times Square billboards See in context

The left are always especially keen to attack Jared because of his supposed business “cabal” connections.

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Posted in: No leaving Wales: UK police to enforce travel ban See in context

What if all these are false positives?

The vast majority of “cases” are asymptomatic. There’s no evidence of any infection other than a dubious PCR test which is prone to false positives, especially if the threshold limit on the test is increased.

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Posted in: Film depicts Black Lives Matter, #MeToo as new feminist wave See in context

Feminists like JK Rowling are getting steamrolled by the Mainstream Media which is desperate to silence voices like hers.

I fully support feminists like Rowling in their fight for women’s empowerment.

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Posted in: 2 Melbourne schools shut after new virus cases emerge; 16 protesters arrested See in context

Dr. Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test has already publicly stated that the test was never intended to be used as diagnostic tool and should never be used as such since it's inherently prone to false positives.

Currently most labs use a threshold cycle of around 35, some as high as 37.

Anything over 40 will yield a positive result on virtually every single human on earth every single time.

All these closures and lockdowns could be based on false positives on very healthy, uninfected people.

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Posted in: Pelosi, Trump trade blame on COVID-19 stimulus talks; Senate Republicans on sidelines See in context

"Trade blame"...

Of course, that's all that happens in Washington.

The Dems just stall, argue, stonewall, accuse... ad infinitum.

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Posted in: Czech PM moves to sack health minister for lockdown violation See in context

apparent violations of rules that closed restaurants and require wearing masks in most places, including chaffered cars.

"apparent" is the key word here.

The Czech law requires masks be worn in public only if someone is within 2 meters of you.

He was alone.

The restaurant was closed to the public as per the law, but the space was used for a private function, no different from a house.

This guy is getting framed.

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Posted in: AstraZeneca resumes U.S. COVID-19 vaccine trial and J&J prepares to do same next week See in context

5 people died in South Korea last week after getting a "safe and approved" flu vaccine.

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Posted in: Trump administration slams Turkey for weapon test See in context

The Trump administration on Friday slammed Turkey for taking a new step toward fielding a Russian-made air defense weapon.

Another nail in the coffin for the supposed Trump-Putin "secret cabal"

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Posted in: Bottle-fed babies ingest 'millions' of microplastics: study See in context

Many people have been saying this for years.

They were muted with "the science is settled, it's been tested and approved by the FDA, it's all safe"

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Posted in: Francis becomes 1st pope to endorse same-sex civil unions See in context

To be truly fair and equal, polygamy should be permitted as well.

If two women love one man and he loves them both and they all agree to a traditional polygamous marriage, why is their love being denied?

Consenting adults are consenting adults.

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Posted in: Morales party claims win as Bolivia seems to shift back left See in context

The CIA will try again, cue the "ruthless dictator" in Boliva articles in 6 months time.

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Posted in: Japan to use cyberattack countermeasures to protect Tokyo Olympics See in context

Like all outlandish conspiracy theories, this one lacks verifiable evidence.

The whole world seems to be putting on a tinfoil hat recently.

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Posted in: Twitter blocks tweet from Trump adviser downplaying masks See in context

Wow!

Only 1 opinion allowed on Twitter.

Zero debate or dissent permitted.

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Posted in: Police in Belarus disperse another protest, detain scores See in context

More then one hundred women marched through the Belarusian capital on Saturday to protest against political repressions and demand a new election. 

100 people.

Sorry, but in a country of 10,000,000. Decisions are not made by 100 people.

In a democracy, the silent majority decides, not special interest groups.

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Posted in: Organizers exhort women to vote for change at U.S. rallies See in context

"My body, my choice"... but I want to force masks on everybody, lock them in their homes and inject Big Pharma's cocktail into them.

Got it.

And I think the organizers need to work a little bit on the Social Distancing concept, judging by the photos they don't seem to understand the 6 feet concept.

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Posted in: Vaccine reluctance linked to belief in virus hoaxes: study See in context

My body, my choice.

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Posted in: JOC to protect female athletes targeted by exploitative photos See in context

Shouldn't male athletes get the same protections as well?

Why protect only some athletes but not all?

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Posted in: Gov't threatens to fire on anti-Lukashenko protesters See in context

Government has a responsibility to stop these superspreader events.

We're in a global pandemic.

Lives come first.

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Posted in: The Buddhist monk and make-up artist seeking LGBT+ equality in Japan See in context

LGBTQIA - the Q is for questioning and queer, and the I is for intersex. There's also LGBTTQQIAAP, and LGBTQQIP2SAA. The + is there to make the acronym manageable, but anyone who wants to add their own letter and write the whole thing out is free to do so. :)

No need to tell me, it's the media you should be talking to.

They're disparaging sexual minorities by not recognizing their relevance and giving some more attention than others.

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Posted in: Trump makes 1st public appearance since his hospital stay See in context

and predominantly attended by Black and Latino supporters.

Trump's base is still with him.

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Posted in: Lesson not learned: Europe unprepared as 2nd virus wave hits See in context

The Czech Republic’s “Farewell Covid” party in June, when thousands of Prague residents dined outdoors at a 500-meter (yard) long table across the Charles Bridge to celebrate their victory over the virus, seems painfully naive now that the country has the highest per-capita infection rate on the continent, at 398 per 100,000 residents.

Czechs were lauded as the model country with their extreme mask wearing rules and travel restrictions.

Now they have the highest rate of cases in Europe.

Turns out that oxygen depravation isn't so good for the immune system after all.

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Posted in: The Buddhist monk and make-up artist seeking LGBT+ equality in Japan See in context

The first step towards equality would be to stop the practice of lumping minorities like Intersex, Genderfluid and Questioning into a "+".

They each deserve their own letter for true recognition.

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Posted in: Putin sends a mixed message on U.S. election, hedging his bets See in context

Putin's vote is the only one that truly matters.

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Posted in: Social media abuse drives girls off Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: poll See in context

What's odd is the focus on girls only.

Are zero boys being driven off social media.

Why not be concerned about all children, why only girls?

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Posted in: More than 300 detained in Belarus during Sunday protests See in context

How can anybody support Tsikhanouskaya when she refuses to wear a mask in public during a pandemic.

She's putting everybody at risk with her careless selfishness.

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Posted in: New Zealand ruling party vows to ban efforts to alter sexual orientation See in context

People should have a right to choose.

Sexual choice should not be banned.

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