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Posted in: A viral reprise: When COVID-19 strikes again and again See in context

Fully jabbed and boosted, and still able to acquire, transmit and suffer debilitating symptoms. As in New York and elsewhere, was the punishment for losing one's livelihood for being unjabbed an equitable and justifiable punishment?

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Posted in: Misinformation rampant when it comes to COVID-19 shots for young children See in context

Two scientists disagreeing with each other on the long-term safety and efficacy of vaccines for children - or adults - isn't misinformation, it's called science.

If anything should be classified as misinformation, it's the lies from the big pharmaceutical companies, which are so far past ludicrous, it's almost criminal.

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Posted in: Djokovic repeats no vaccination stance as U.S. Open slips away See in context

Why would he take a vaccine that doesn't prevent transmission, symptoms or even death? Why would he potentially compromise his health with the very real possibility of severe and long-lasting side-affects?

In what world would doing so make even any iota of sense?

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Posted in: Tiananmen masses banned as crackdown memorials erased in Hong Kong See in context

Suddenly colonial rule under Nigel Featherbottom of the East India Company doesn't seem so bad. They may have taken our silks, spices and fine teas, but look at the alternative.

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Posted in: Japan, Australia leaders eye stronger defense ties See in context

Don't be fooled by the problem glasses - Anthony Fumbles would forget his own noggin if it wasn't screwed on.

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Posted in: Man arrested for threatening schoolgirl with knife See in context

Are they sure it wasn't a flip phone?

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Posted in: Man sent to prosecutors over defamatory posts about man who lost wife, child in reckless driving case See in context

As horrible as his comments were, the suspect could have avoided any legal repercussions by adding "allegedly" to whatever he was posting.

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Posted in: U.S. prosecutors charge 4 yakuza members in weapons for drugs case See in context

As Asians, if they're headed to CDC, prison politics dictate they'll automatically be aligned with the Blacks, Norteños, and Pacific Islanders. On the opposite side of the yard / chow hall will be Whites and Sureños. California State Penitentiaries are all about racial politics and inmate-driven segregation and whether they like it or not, they'll be expected to put in work for their gang if a riot kicks off or other issues arise. And if they don't, they'll quickly be "removed."

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Posted in: Man arrested for climbing train station wall to ‘meet wife’ in Kobe See in context

Plot twist: his wife doesn't exist.

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Posted in: Riot police move in on New Zealand anti-vax protest See in context

So the more than 80% of New Zealanders who got jabbed did so due to goodwill? Slow initial uptake due to multiple side effects being reported, and then a rapid uptake towards the deadline of the "no jab no job" mandates before losing their ability to feed their families? Just stop. You are deluding yourself if you think it was due to goodwill.

To remove someone's livelihood that they have invested their lives into for refusing Covid vaccination, without back-up financial support, essentially makes that vaccination mandatory.

And to the laughable "white supremacist" accusations here, watch the livestream and you'll see the majority of the crowd are Māori. First they lose their land, and now they're being told what they have to put into their bodies. This isn't THEIR New Zealand.

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Posted in: Countries around world heap more financial punishment on Russia See in context

These sanctions won't work. Why? We have a weird parochialism in the West: we like nice houses, we like nice cars, we like nice things, we like being able to speak freely... we like the lives that we've created. We have grasped the falsity of the hedonistic attitude to life, and therefore it's so difficult to fathom that humans desire nothing beyond ease of security and avoidance of pain. Hey, don't the Russians want slightly nicer cars, Netflix and Levi jeans?! The reality is there are some nations and cultures don't only want comfort, safety, short working hours, hygiene, birth control and in general common sense, they also, at least intermittently, want struggle and self-sacrifice, not to mention drums, flags and loyalty parades. Objectively speaking, these are psychologically far sounder than any hedonistic conception of life that we've fallen for.

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Posted in: Ukraine crisis to test Japan's democratic principles See in context

Interesting that even Japan is more vocal than the United Nations - hardly a peep out of the UN over the invasion. Please tell me what is the point of this useless organization that does nothing but sucks up global funds? And how does the Security Council have any legitimacy when Russia is still a member?

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Posted in: Subaru buyers in U.S. caught up in right-to-repair fight over autos See in context

I take the car to the dealer, pay 4,000 for a computer diagnostic printout

Why not get your own scanner? You can get tools that provide a comprehensive diagnosis for around a hundred bucks on Amazon. Just whack it in the OBD2 port and boom, there's 4,000 yen that doesn't go into the pocket of your neighbourhood scam artist, I mean mechanic.

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Posted in: Canadian police arresting protesters, towing rigs in Ottawa See in context

I hope he keeps it up if not just to antagonize the idiots

So by that logic, if a leader from the opposing political spectrum came to power and tried to antagonize you and any of your ilk into supporting its agenda with terms such as, say, "beta leftist soy boy," you'd be okay with that then?

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Posted in: Canadian police arresting protesters, towing rigs in Ottawa See in context

A key detail that's been brazenly ignored by the media, and Justin Trudeau - who constantly portrays himself as anti-totalitarianism, anti-fascism, anti-racism (although some pictures suggest that's not entirely his deal) - determined to depict protesters as "anti-vax" are that 90% of Canadian truckers are vaccinated. Let's apply a similar degree of circumspection - from underestimating to overreacting to needlessly insulting, to stealing legitimate donations, to levelling accusations of treason, "occupation" and "insurrection."

You don't have to agree with the protestors and their supporters, but you do have to deal with them, which in this case means giving up the fantasy that anti-mandate supporters are "small" and "fringe" which they are clearly not. Another tactic adopted by Trudeau is to declare those who oppose vaccine mandates as "misogynists" and "racists." So because you oppose mandates means you hate women and people of other races? This delusion blindness has been on display for the last few years, and all he and his government have done are come up with are strategies of suppression and containment: combinations of policing, surveillance, censorship, and propaganda.

When all things are said and done, this movement should be viewed as being on the right side of history.

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Posted in: Gasoline price in Japan rises for 6th straight week See in context

Guess, I will look for a Tesla this weekend. Probably buy used

And all that money you saved on fuel you can put towards the $20,000 to replace the battery.

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Posted in: Gasoline price in Japan rises for 6th straight week See in context

Costco membership card coming in handy, finally.

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Posted in: Canadian truckers' bridge blockade forces shutdowns at auto plants See in context

One person is responsible for this mess and that is Justin Trudeau - he caused this mess by attacking Canadian citizens and taking away their freedoms. While other countries are opening up, Trudeau is hunkering down, and out of spite and personal pride, refuses to lift these unjustified and unscientific restrictions. If he would only do so, then the truckers could get back to work, the protesters could go back to their lives. everything in Canada would get back on its feet, and people would have control of their own lives again.

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Posted in: GoFundMe ends fundraiser for Canada convoy protesters See in context

To see whether you really disagree with these truckers and the freedom movement in general, extract the subject from the story, and think of the principle behind it. If you are saying "I don't want these protests", then think of what really happens when you do want protest - right now you are consigning away your right to a life that extracts your right to oppose any kind of power. If you can't oppose power, then power is going to do whatever is convenient for it whenever it wants to. If the mechanic is removed - and part of that mechanic is the ability of people to come together to oppose it - then any ideas of people wanting to have a voice begin to be perjured, negatively regarded, smeared and slandered.

Wake up to what is really going on before it's too late.

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Posted in: 'Necessary evil': Some artists say they can't quit Spotify See in context

Knock knock...

Who's there?


Neil who?


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Posted in: Kishida says gov't working on accelerating COVID-19 booster shots See in context

Now that we know natural immunity is six times more effective than vaccinations, a responsible leader would be promoting taking care of yourself - healthy eating, exercise, vitamin D, quitting cigarettes and losing excess fat. Yet that will never happen, because all of those things are free and don't benefit Big Pharma and government interest.

If people still don't understand that this isn't about their health, then it's clearly too late.

Source: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7104e1.htm?s_cid=mm7104e1_w#contribAff

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Posted in: ‘Take back life’: More nations ease coronavirus restrictions See in context

"Now we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person... a vaccinated person gets exposed to the virus, the virus does not infect them, the virus cannot then use that person to go anywhere else...it cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to go get more people." - Rachel Maddow, MSNBC.

Misinformation, plain and simple. And the majority fell for it. Therefore, now is the time to withdraw all mandates and rules that discriminate against the unvaccinated and unboosted, and any governments responsible for implementing mandates must immediately compensate them for the tens of thousands of dollars and euros lost because they prevented them from going to work.

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Posted in: ABC suspends Whoopi Goldberg over Holocaust race remarks See in context

The world is full of brilliant women and none of them are on 'The View.'

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Posted in: Tom Brady retires after 22 seasons, 7 Super Bowl titles See in context

I don't know much about grid iron, but the way Brady threw those home runs was something special.

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Posted in: Thousands protest COVID mandates and restrictions in Ottawa See in context

As the vaccine doesn't work as they tried to make us believe it would, the Canadian government must immediately withdraw all mandates and rules that discriminate against the unvaccinated, and Justin Trudeau must compensate them for the tens of thousands of dollars of lost because he prevented them from going to work.

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Posted in: Nadal lights up Melbourne, Barty and Osaka on collision course See in context

Whoever wins the Open will have a giant asterisk next to their name, because the man who hits a ball with a racquet better than anyone else was deported for being a possible threat to "civic order."

What a joke this tournament now is.

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

The reasoning for my government's ruling is dangerous, Orwellian and deeply troubling in a society supposedly committed to freedom of speech and freedom of thought.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

What a sad, appalling state of affairs that my government can have and use blanket, god-like power to evict someone with whose views it disagrees.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

They deport people based on presenting false information to immigration, just like, yes you guessed it, every other country on Earth. That’s official, it’s on documents and everything.

No old son, the reason for the revocation of Djokovic’s visa and subsequent deportation is, officially, because "his (Novak's) presence in Australia may foster anti-vaccination sentiment leading to other unvaccinated persons refusing to become vaccinated, other unvaccinated persons being reinforced in their existing view not to become vaccinated, and/or a reduction in the uptake of booster vaccines." This was the exact reasoning given by Alex Hawke which was accepted by the judge and led to today's ruling.

Regardless of what side of the fence you sit, God help you if you are not disturbed by the dangerous precedent that this sets.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Based on today's ruling it is now official: my former country of Australia now essentially deports people based on the raising of any questions that contradict the enforced narrative that the government want you to believe.

It is disgusting, it is shameful and above all, it is so very, very sad.

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