Wick's pencil comments

Posted in: Climate change trauma has real impacts on cognition and the brain, wildfire survivors study shows See in context

They're being traumatized by the MSM constantly talking about climate change.

-1 ( +3 / -4 )

Posted in: Some fear COVID downgrade may cause more infections See in context

Have none of you who are cheering this decision noticed that 500 people a day are dying from this virus? 

From? Most die with the virus, not from.

Some fear COVID downgrade may cause more infections

But most welcome the downgrade!

3 ( +13 / -10 )

Posted in: Ramstein summit fails to agree on Leopard tanks deal for Ukraine See in context

Providing the tanks would only prolong the conflict, increase the casualties, and prevent future relationships between Russia and Germany.

-10 ( +4 / -14 )

Posted in: China reopens borders in final farewell to zero-COVID See in context

Japan, the UK, USA, etc. all have more infections and deaths than China.

They use a different type of vax.

0 ( +1 / -1 )

Posted in: Why exercise probably can’t help you target fatty areas of the body See in context

A very important note that was fortunately included in the part where topical pharmaceutical options were mentioned is that they carry important risks, this is not always included in articles that are not focused on those options.

Good point, that risks from pharmaceutical products are unfortunately often not mentioned in articles.

3 ( +6 / -3 )

Posted in: Standing 3 steps apart on escalator lowers COVID risk: research See in context

Was this just a computer model?

-1 ( +4 / -5 )

Posted in: COVID cases in Japan top 30 mil since start of pandemic See in context

Tokyo's excess deaths far higher than COVID-19 count, data shows 

Oh, what could possibly be the cause of those access deaths?

1 ( +3 / -2 )

Posted in: COVID cases in Japan top 30 mil since start of pandemic See in context

The Japanese government should release the ages and vaccination states ( 0 doses, 1 dose, 2 doses... 5 doses etc.) for each person listed as a Covid related death.

If the results supported their narrative, I'm sure this information would be widely distributed.

-3 ( +8 / -11 )

Posted in: COVID cases in Japan top 30 mil since start of pandemic See in context

Vaccines also have a demonsrated effect reducing transmission, even with variants they are not designed to work against.

Tiny effect, if any.

 I feel like this is a very conservative estimate. I would estimate that Japan is well over the 50% mark now.

I agree, clearly not all infections have been confirmed by tests. I would expect the infection rate to be close to 100% of the population, who now have some form of immunity.

0 ( +9 / -9 )

Posted in: Kishida says he has been invited to visit Ukraine See in context

I would rather he visit Moscow.

1 ( +8 / -7 )

Posted in: Japan's trade minister calls for new world order to counter rise of authoritarian regimes See in context

High government authorities, people in all positions in society must aim to build a better world

That is the excuse all authoritarians use to push through their agenda.

One problem I see with what they're discussing is that the new world order will likely be made up of the most authoritarian regimes and their puppets.

3 ( +3 / -0 )

Posted in: Lennon, Ono asked Japan to allow A-bomb film to be shown abroad See in context

Why now?

Good question.

Oh, and let’s not forget who started the war

Depends on which version of history you read. But regardless which country started it, it was not started by their civilian population.

7 ( +11 / -4 )

Posted in: Divisive social media star Andrew Tate detained in Romania See in context

The authorities quickly come after you if you dare troll a globalist like Greta.

-9 ( +1 / -10 )

Posted in: Trump's tax returns released after long fight with Congress See in context

If Trump really was damaged goods, they wouldn't be constantly attacking him. The dems are attacking him because they are afraid of him.

-16 ( +4 / -20 )

Posted in: Sepsis is one of the most expensive medical conditions in the world See in context

2) Essentially 100% masking, also lowering the immune system due to less than optimal oxygen intake.

This also lowers immunity by reducing the exposure to diverse antigens (related to your #1).

3) High vaccination rates which further reduces overall immune strength due to side effects of the vaccine.

Yes, immunological imprinting or original antigenic sin has come up a lot, especially regarding the recent vaccines.

-3 ( +1 / -4 )

Posted in: Falsehoods plague elections as voters tackle Trumpian tactics See in context

Interesting, no mention of the Twitter files showing the FBI and twitter interfering with the election.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

Posted in: Long COVID: Could mono virus or fat cells be playing roles? See in context

Just like repeatedly stating that Covid deaths of the elderly, obese , or those with other health problems are acceptable, 

I very much doubt ffs, or anyone else, ever stated that.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

Posted in: Nasal vaccines promise to stop the COVID-19 virus before it gets to the lungs See in context

And Raw Beer is also right about natural immunity being better than what the vax gives us

No, that is also completely false, again you don't even argue against the fact that getting it requires the full exposure to the risks that is what immunity is supposed to prevent

Many here on JT have already explained to you that these vaxxes also have risks, and these risks are in fact greater than from the infection except maybe for those with comorbidities. Why do you keep on ignoring this.

4 ( +9 / -5 )

Posted in: Nasal vaccines promise to stop the COVID-19 virus before it gets to the lungs See in context

The injected ones are very efficient at producing IgG antibodies (which do little/nothing to reduce infection and transmission) 

That is completely false, not only because covid vaccines do reduce importantly infection and transmission but because there are plenty of other diseases that have been controlled with injected vaccines, which would be impossible if your claim was correct.

I think raw Beer meant injected covid vaxxes.

And it's pretty well established that the covid vaxxes now in use do NOT importantly reduce infection and transmission. May I suggest you reread the above article.

And Raw Beer is also right about natural immunity being better than what the vax gives us. That too is well established.

2 ( +7 / -5 )

Posted in: Twitter chaos too much? There are plenty of other options See in context

Funny how the media has been attacking Musk and Twitter ever since he went against the one-sided censorship. We can't have free speech, now can we!

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

Posted in: Taxes to be raised to cover additional defense spending: Kishida See in context

Why tax everybody and not the ones profiting from defense and protection schemes.

What would be the point then?

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Posted in: Taxes to be raised to cover additional defense spending: Kishida See in context

How about No!

Even better, get rid of all US military, that'll save us tons of money, that could be put to much better use.

1 ( +3 / -2 )

Posted in: Chinese cities announce further easing of COVID curbs See in context

The Chinese vax seems less effective that the western ones, but it's also safer, so who knows which is better in the long run.

Unvaccinated still have a much larger risk of dying compared with vaccinated people, even after the protective effect of widespread vaccination also included unvaccinated people.

That is not true.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

Posted in: Russia 'open' to talks on Ukraine but presses demands after Biden comment See in context

Ukraine and the West say the strategy of knocking out power and heat deliberately intends to harm civilians, a war crime, something Moscow denies.

Russia says it's a legit target:

Lavrov said during a press conference that the targeted infrastructure is used "to pump up Ukraine with Western weapons for it to kill Russians."

"This infrastructure supports the combat capability of the Ukrainian armed forces and nationalist battalions," Lavrov said.

 

Continue reading

-12 ( +8 / -20 )

Posted in: Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy See in context

About time!

They finally realized that much of the so called misinformation they were blocking turned out to be correct.

2 ( +8 / -6 )

Posted in: The tragedy of sudden infant death syndrome: How to protect your baby See in context

Did SIDS exist before the 20th century?

I was wondering the same thing. Could SIDS be caused by something infants have been given during the past century?

It is described in the book of kings of the old testament in the bible, the fight that the kind Solomon has to solve between two mothers and one child is because the kid of one of them died because of "overlying" during the night, which is the description done for a child that was found dead in the morning.

From wikipedia: "Overlaying or overlying is the act of accidentally smothering a child to death by rolling over them in sleep." This only covers one of the potential causes of SIDS, or might not even be considered SIDS.

-1 ( +3 / -4 )

Posted in: Big Pharma may have to reveal government deals in WHO's draft pandemic rules See in context

Still false, as demonstrated by the scientific consensus that clearly support the vaccines as the best way to deal with the pandemic and HCQ and ivermectin as completely useless, that would make it the opposite of true, as easy as no support for this claim is being used.

There is no scientific consensus. A number of health agencies have moved away from the mass vax. And a number of them have adopted hcq and ivm.

Looking at the scientific literature, there is no consensus, it's only in your mind.

6 ( +7 / -1 )

Posted in: Sweden: Traces of explosives found at Baltic Sea pipelines See in context

I know this runs counter to our narrative and you’re not allowed to say these things in the West.

Bloomberg is American news media. I guess Mr. Sachs was incorrect to make such a statement?

He made that comment after the hosts tried to shut him up. They tried to shut him up because you’re not allowed to say these things in the West.

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Posted in: Sweden: Traces of explosives found at Baltic Sea pipelines See in context

I suspect you were never planning to mention it, but you're quoting directly from TASS.

Sorry to disappoint you, but it was an interview on Bloomberg TV.

“I know this runs counter to our narrative and you’re not allowed to say these things in the West. But the fact of the matter is that all over the world, when I talk to people, they think the U.S. did

Your post was convincing until this ^^^ sentence. Clearly, you're referring to a totalitarian state, because in the west freedom of speech is the default. No pne has moderated or arrested you for the post.

Clearly you have not watched the interview. I recommend you do, and you'll see that the hosts tried very hard to shut him up.

-3 ( +1 / -4 )

Posted in: Sweden: Traces of explosives found at Baltic Sea pipelines See in context

I suspect they will never officialy announce who they think is behind this. I like the way Jeffrey Sachs put it:

“The destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline, which I would bet was a US action, perhaps US and Poland,” “First of all, there is direct radar evidence that US helicopters, military helicopters that are normally based in Gdansk, were circling over this area.”

“We also had the threats from the United States earlier in this year that one way or another, we are going to end Nord Stream,”

"We also had the remarkable statement by Secretary [of State] Blinken last Friday in a press conference — he says this is also ‘a tremendous opportunity.’ It’s a strange way to talk … if you’re worried about piracy on international infrastructure of vital significance,”

“I know this runs counter to our narrative and you’re not allowed to say these things in the West. But the fact of the matter is that all over the world, when I talk to people, they think the U.S. did it.”

-3 ( +2 / -5 )

Articles, Offers & Useful Resources

A mix of what's trending on our other sites


©2023 GPlusMedia Inc.