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Posted in: Japan starts accepting applications for 'vaccine passports' See in context

The only reason the vaccines were given EUA was they there could not be any other treatments available. But there were and are, so there is no ethical reason for pushing these vaccines onto the public while suppressing valid cures and prophylactics - or at least giving people the informed choice.


Whats more is Big Social media is censoring this truth. Even to delete US congressional hearings on the subject. How does this not raise red flags in many?

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Posted in: 316 people are shot every day in America. Here are 5 stories See in context

If you think ANY politician in America, ANY news outlet in America, ANY one at all in America is advertising the numbers we see in this article, you don't understand a semi-police state. The local news may carry one shooting but many, many are just not publicized. A shooting could happen a block away and you won't know about it. Offshore propagandists who see advantage in destroying America to gain power here are feeding the fear and paranoia and their financial arm is destroying the economy while making themselves quite rich. The American worker is at the level of just barely paying the bills and sometimes not which, itself, is generating rage and hopelessness and feeding the overt hostility that has always been an American cultural hallmark. Empires of psychopaths come and empires of psychopaths go, most often destroyed simply by the corruption of insane greed and the political weakness of extortion, bribery, blackmail, and outright murder. Watching America self-disassemble, pray that we IMPLODE and NOT explode or climate change will be the least of Mankind's worries...m

Very nice. Most of the “American worker” would never be participate in a Free for all looting. Only losers.

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Posted in: Who do you think will light the Olympic cauldron at Friday night's Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony? See in context

Hello Zichi, I wanted to comment that the Beatles moved to France for filming videos because of the taxes, but you put it right into perspective

A song by a rich white guy about socialism he never accepted and move to the USA to avoid paying taxes in the UK to support socialised medical, etc ..

In the 1960s and 1970s, the Beatles, the Stones, Rod Stewart, Davie Bowie were all paying 95% tax.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony begins See in context

I don’t know any of those singers but what a great friggen idea to sing John’s Imagine.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony begins See in context

Nobody complained about the athletes; many people complained about the cost and the boring ceremony.

isn’t it like complaining about the cost and decorations of your 6 year old daughter’s birthday cake? How do you think it would make your daughter feel? Of course it’s going to be a little boring, but it’s not really about us adults is it?

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony begins See in context

I just feel sad for all the young athletes that have trained and sacrificed much to be here. I’m glad it’s continuing. Not surprised by the negativity, it’s all the rage these days with the me me me people. Good luck athletes and break a leg! Ignore the Debbie downers.

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Posted in: Black American chefs want credit for legacy of innovation See in context

Take America's staple comfort food, mac and cheese, which was popularized by enslaved chefs.

These articles are getting better and better. Hang on while Google black US Chef schools of the 19th century.

Obviously written for 4th graders

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Posted in: Sweden stuns U.S. 3-0 in women's soccer; Japan, Canada draw 1-1 See in context

Sweden stuns U.S. 3-0 in women's soccer; Japan, Canada draw 1-1


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Posted in: COVID-19 cases in U.S. triple over 2 weeks amid misinformation See in context

What a ridiculous article.

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Posted in: U.S. accuses China of Microsoft hack, disruptive and destabilizing behavior See in context

So when you hear someone say, "The US hacks all the time" don't think it's all the same.

So do you think the NSA is stall hacking the German Chancellery?

Asking for a friend.

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Posted in: England lifts COVID restrictions as scientists warn of surge in cases See in context

Do you walk into a battlefield naked? If you believe that the Lord is with you, and that your soul can never die, then perhaps.

If someone hands you a set of body armor, will you give thanks and put it on? Will it protect you 100%? No, but you'll appreciate having it. Would you like a gun? Yes please. Will it stop you being killed, no, but it might help.

These analogies are funny.

Here’s a wrinkle, what if the body armor was made out depleted uranium? It will surly protect you but it also might kill you in the long run because no one knows the long term effects of wearing depleted uranium body armor, since it’s never been done before.

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Posted in: Do you think there should be permanent host cities for both the summer and winter Olympics? See in context

Not if it takes a war to settle it.

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Posted in: Domino’s Japan apologizes for fish and chips pizza 'that insults both England and Italy' with free pizza offer See in context

All this proves is people have too much time on their hands looking for stupid reasons to fiddle with their Twitter. Or, it’s just a unique advertising technique.

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Posted in: 3 Texas Democrats who fled elections bill vote get COVID See in context

Two lab rats are sitting at a bar.

First rat says, "You gettin' the vaccine?"

Second rat answers, "Nope. I'm waiting for the human trials to get done."

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Posted in: 3 Texas Democrats who fled elections bill vote get COVID See in context

So 3 fully vaccinated folks still caught the bug? Yeah, you won’t see me waiting in the fear line to volunteer in an experiment.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

Very good back and forth here. Im still waiting to hear from Google Facebook and Twitter why they are censoring known logical and professional opinions about the virus. They even censored a US congressional hearing on it! When big corps get involved in pushing an agenda, manipulating and censoring valid opinions, then everyone should be worried.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

59.1 percent of those who were against getting a shot cited "a fear of side effects," followed by "questionable" effectiveness of vaccines at 13.4 percent.

”A fear of side effects” is not misinformed decisions. Ah the wonderful MSM, taking one of their talking points and twisting the info to support it. Boy some are so easily fooled.

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Posted in: FDA adds warning of rare reaction risk to J&J COVID vaccine See in context

Being optimistic these kind of news would be enough to prove the conspiracies about pushing vaccines and hiding their side effects are just nonsense, (hopefully it will work this way for rational people that can see how it is clear it is not the case), but unfortunately there will always be people that will not hesitate to contradict themselves to use this as a proof of both, vaccines being unsafe (they are not) and that negative effects are systematically hidden (they are neither).


Rational people already know the conspiracies about pushing vaccines and hiding the side effects are absolute nonsense. Those who buy into these theories cannot be helped.

I thought I read the article. How did I miss the part about conspiracy theories?

you know it’s funny the anti-conspiracy theory folks sure do like to talk about conspiracy theories. Even when it’s not mentioned in the article.

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Posted in: 25,000 troops deployed to quell South Africa riots; 117 dead See in context

This article is from the Associated Press. Try again.

I think you missed the point.

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Posted in: 25,000 troops deployed to quell South Africa riots; 117 dead See in context

Do you have another conspiracy theory for us?

I think you guys are holding all the conspiracy theory cards for the last 4 years. I’m fresh out.

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Posted in: 25,000 troops deployed to quell South Africa riots; 117 dead See in context

The MSM seem to be really scared to touch this one as well as our friendly posters here on the left.

escalated into a spree of theft in township areas,

A spree of theft? I’ve seen videos of street shootouts that look like a Scorsese film. all that is needed is some 1970’s song.

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Posted in: U.S., Afghan's neighbors scramble to address Taliban surge See in context

Britain 0 Afghanistan 1

Russia 0 Afghanistan 1

US 0 Afghanistan 1

who’s next?

China maybe?

Place your bets wisely

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Posted in: Meghan, Prince Harry to develop new Netflix animated series See in context

Is this even a marriage? Sounds like a globalist dream partnership to further dumb down the population.

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Posted in: Jeff Bezos donates record breaking $200 mil to Smithsonian See in context

Jeff Bezos donates record breaking $200 mil to Smithsonian

He must want something he can’t buy. Maybe a “Bezos in Space” display without any mention of Branson.

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Posted in: Oliver Stone revisits JFK assassination in new documentary See in context

“America is censoring itself. It’s censoring Facebook

What does that mean censoring Facebook? He would have been correct if he said Facebook Google and Twitter are censoring America. But then he’d never get a distributor. LOL

End the Fed! Kennedy tried, and died.

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Posted in: Nagoya police take down knife-wielding man at train station without using lethal force See in context

Nice job police, though it doesn’t look like he resisted at all.

The writer of this piece, Casey Baseel, SoraNews24, not such a good job.

while the female officer cautions an inattentive delivery person who bumps into them with his hand cart to stay back.

more like the police fell into the inattentive delivery man.

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Posted in: Texas Democrats leave state to try to stop GOP voting bill See in context

It’s truly amusing watching the Jan 6 apologist crowd attempt to cast shame.

What else is truly amusing is how can anyone form an opinion Jan. 6 when so much evidence is being withheld. But I guess what CNN says while Facebook and Google permits to be seen or read is enough for many.

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Posted in: Sean Penn says Trump 'machine-gunned the vulnerable' during COVID See in context

He’s a great guy and a great actor. I’ll watch it. I don’t care what he feels or says about Trump, he’s entitled to his feelings and opinions. Like someone said above, he puts his money where his mouth is.

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Posted in: Some Texas Democrats ready to walk as GOP digs in on voting See in context

These democrats are standing up for voting

WILLY WONKA] Sine qua non and entre nous Your foot is on the other shoe

[MRS. TEAVEE, spoken] Oh my god!

[WILLY WONKA] Please, strike that! Reverse it! Let's get on with our day

These Republicans are standing up for voting.

Half the country don’t vote anyway! Democrats need to worry more about their crumbling out of control inner cities with huge increases in rapes, murder, and random group shoplifting, High paying manufacturing jobs should be the #1 issue but they can’t cuz their rich corporate masters will cut their string.

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Posted in: Biden sets Aug 31 for U.S. exit from Afghanistan See in context

Remind me again which administration got us into that mess.

CNN lol

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