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Posted in: Joint venture: Cannabis cafes open new front in Thai tourism revival See in context

Typical Thailand with a legal grey zone.

If the govt feels recreational cannabis damages the reputation of Thailand, they will outlaw it strongly.

Anywhere selling it will then need, ummm... cooperation from the police.

Otherwise there will be expensive licenses. And still maybe cooperation from the local constabulary.

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Posted in: UK sea levels rising quicker than century ago: study See in context

UK met office has unfortunately been populated by climate zombie zealots. As usual, they are cherry picking data points again, rather as the fraudulent IPCC does. See a debunking of this latest report here:

https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2022/07/28/uk-sea-level-rise-speeding-up-claim-met-office-data-proves-otherwise/

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Posted in: Japan reports 139,687 coronavirus cases; 21,958 in Tokyo See in context

And your post doesn't say the PCr test is inaccurate, it recommends a better test that can test for both flu and covid at the same time

Do you think the CDC would admit that? Perhaps read between the lines? Whybdidntheybwithdraw authorisation if the test was so good?

Keep on mind that the creator of the PCR system, Mullis, said it should not be used for diagnostics.

And isn't it strange that flu disappeared for a couple of years?

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Posted in: Japan reports 139,687 coronavirus cases; 21,958 in Tokyo See in context

How do you suppose someone with a flu could be diagnosed with covid?

Perhaps because the pcr tests are not accurate?

The US CDC withdrew them December 31 2021. In their statement:

In preparation for this change, CDC recommends clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR assay select and begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test. CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses.

The CDC notice:

https://www.cdc.gov/csels/dls/locs/2021/07-21-2021-lab-alert-Changes_CDC_RT-PCR_SARS-CoV-2_Testing_1.html

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Posted in: Japan reports 139,687 coronavirus cases; 21,958 in Tokyo See in context

I don't understand why this false information is permitted in these comments.

I honestly wish I didn't have to comment here, but I can't just let it slide when users post dangerous misinformation. If one has an anti-vaccine stance, they will see your link and feel vindicated.

But if one is scientifically literate, and can read peer reviewed research available at PubMed, or just read real news, then one can do a simple search and see the vaccines are working.

Let's say those numbers are accurate. 9% of deaths unvaccinated, 91% of deaths vaccinated. You conclude that vaccines are killing people. It is false.

Most deaths are occurring amongst the elderly. The elderly are mostly vaccinated.

What you're not seeing is the lack of deaths amongst the younger vaccinated.

These are government figures and you can read into them what you will. They are not false information.

You assert that is is mostly elderly that are jabbed. But then there are elderly that are already sick from other causes and cannot get jabbed.

But, as you assert that young people are a lot less likely to die from covid, one might question why they were jabbed at all.

And certainly the jabs seemingly are not having the desired effect for the elderly.

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Posted in: Japan reports 139,687 coronavirus cases; 21,958 in Tokyo See in context

The more serious consequences of Covid now seem biased towards those who have taken the covid jab unfortunately. UK figures have shown this, until the government decided to no longer publish them, and now the authorities in British Colombia have taken the same action, as figures started to show it better to not have taken the jab.

Figures from April 10 to May 7 show that 91% of fatalities were amongst the jabbed. How much longer before there are demands for an explanation from governments for pushing untested drugs?

Read further here. And I highly recommend subscribing to Alex Berenson:

https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/more-disappearing-covid-vaccine-data?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

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Posted in: What is the BA.5 variant and why does it seem to be reinfecting so many people with COVID? See in context

Let me try that link again:

https://i0.wp.com/expose-news.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/image-56.png?resize=639%2C516&ssl=1

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Posted in: What is the BA.5 variant and why does it seem to be reinfecting so many people with COVID? See in context

UK govt figures show it is the "vaccinated" that are dropping dead rather than those that have chosen not to be jabbed:

image-56.png (639×516) (wp.com)

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Posted in: Japanese gov't to launch survey on weight, dietary habits of young women See in context

Seems like a waste of money as we already know what the causes are.

Changing the attitude of society is what would be required, but almost impossible.

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