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Posted in: Research looks for possible COVID tie to later Alzheimer’s See in context

The spike protein appears to have prion-like properties, which may be why: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202003.0422/v1

So I've ordered some CBD oil to help deal with that: https://www.jneurosci.org/content/27/36/9537.short

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Posted in: Japan's ruling party policy chief seeks Diet debate on virus lockdown See in context

I'm glad to see the government has actually seen sense on this issue. Just look at Australia, calling in the bloody army to enforce the law barely anybody is dying of it.

Too many people lost the plot last year

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Posted in: COVID-19 could cause male infertility and sexual dysfunction – but vaccines do not See in context

There is no evidence the vaccine harms a man’s reproductive system.

But there is evidence those liquid nanoparticles don't stay in the arm and coalesce around the testes (and ovaries). Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence https://www.pmda.go.jp/drugs/2021/P20210212001/672212000_30300AMX00231_I100_1.pdf

Also there have been reports of erectile dysfunction after having the vaccines... https://yellowcard.ukcolumn.org/yellow-card-reports

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Posted in: Pizza for shots: UK targets young with vaccine incentives See in context

The German newspaper Build just apologised for scaring children as well https://mobile.twitter.com/Chrissy_2697/status/1421973461812092931

They're not at risk, leave them alone. Stop trying to use them as human shields

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Posted in: Afghan forces try to thwart Taliban assaults on key cities See in context

How long until they take Kabul?

I reckon 2023

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Posted in: French police clash with anti-virus pass protesters in Paris See in context

Just because one is a fireman it doesn't that one is not on the far right. In fact, the military and police has a disproportionately high number of far right individuals in its ranks. BTW, fireman are part of the military in France.

Well if they're part of the military that's even more of a problem for the government. Now the police are joining the protesters...



More like it's the 'far right' in government that are trying to destroy society as it stands to take control of what's left

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Posted in: French police clash with anti-virus pass protesters in Paris See in context

Even firefighters are out protesting it: https://youtu.be/VhZdW0c3xjw

'Far right' I think they are not

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Posted in: Australia's third-largest city of Brisbane to enter COVID lockdown See in context

Even the Aussie cops are sick of it, listen


That must be why they called in the army

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Posted in: Australia's third-largest city of Brisbane to enter COVID lockdown See in context

On the very same page: https://japantoday.com/category/features/health/cdc-team-'war-has-changed'-as-delta-variant-dangers-emerge

Waiting until everyone gets vacced doesn't make sense anymore if the 'variants' narrative is true

Look for better prophylactics

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Posted in: Online trolls targeting transgender Olympian: Kiwi official See in context

Prominent Feminists like Canadian Meghan Murphy have been banned from Youtube and facebook just for questioning whether it's fair to pit young girls against biological men in physical competitions.

It's not fair, it's 'inclusive'

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Posted in: Big Tech booms even as lockdown living wanes See in context

Divest and boycott the aspiring overlords

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Posted in: Study: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as others See in context

And data from Israel shows that people who have natural immunity are incredibly unlikely to get reinfected


I found another thorough analysis of one data set that seemed to show claims that one of the vaccines are effective are not quite what they seem, but it's just one data set so let's see where this trend goes: https://drrollergator.substack.com/p/damned-lies-and-vaccine-statistics

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Posted in: Vaccinated Americans are getting angry at holdouts See in context

Even if you're solely amongst vaccinated people, the coronavirus can still make an appearance...


If you look at which countries are most vaccinated, they are having a resurgence for some reason while places with fewer vacced are not.



This 'outrage' by the vacced is just calculated manipulation by the media to blame them for not taking part in the experiment that seems to be failing

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Posted in: Sydney police call for military to enforce lockdown See in context

So it's gone from two weeks to flatten the curve to martial law...

Treating their own citizens as the enemy

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Posted in: Google parent Alphabet profit soars as ads surge See in context

Tech oligarchy intensifies

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Posted in: Kono says gov't trying to reach young adults to combat vaccine misinformation See in context

I'd far rather get covid now while I'm young and have more robust immunity to be honest...

Why can't we just be given a real vaccine with a weakened form of the virus?



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Posted in: Rare fans at Olympic events admit COVID doubts See in context

Everyone understands the risks now, such as age stratification and so on

The people that are scared can stay home while the sensible people go about their lives as usual

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Posted in: Tokyo governor urges young people to get vaccinated to slow virus surge See in context

This sounds like reverse psychology almost!

They didn't want the Olympics and now Koike is blaming young people for the situation so they're going to feel unfairly persecuted and pressured into getting something they never agreed to to make up for the international community's desires...

Way to make the Olympics even more unpopular!

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Posted in: Johnson urges caution as UK virus cases fall for seven days See in context

a decline that has surprised officials and experts

Neil Ferguson is not an 'expert'

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Posted in: How do you think the prolonged pandemic and the restrictions it is causing in countries around the world will affect children's education and mental health? If you have children, have you noticed anything different about them? See in context

Even the World Economic Forum acknowledge it's a reckless experiment

Lockdown is the world's biggest psychological experiment - and we will pay the price

With some 2.6 billion people around the world in some kind of lockdown, we are conducting arguably the largest psychological experiment ever;

> https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/04/this-is-the-psychological-side-of-the-covid-19-pandemic-that-were-ignoring/

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Posted in: Gov't alcohol ban blunder shows limits in anti-virus measures See in context

I'm impressed that the Japanese are doing more to ignore the snake oil unscientific approach than Western countries https://academic.oup.com/cesifo/advance-article/doi/10.1093/cesifo/ifab003/6199605

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 2,848 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,629 See in context

Oops sorry about 0.02% of the population tested positive

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 2,848 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,629 See in context

About 0.2% of the population tested positive

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Posted in: Efficiency and satisfaction with remote work has deteriorated, and 'telework fatigue' is emerging. See in context

Teaching online is terrible and the university doesn't give part-time staff access to digital library resources off campus for some insane reason so I have to go in anyway.

I can't wait for the hysteria to subside

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Posted in: Man given religiously forbidden food at Nagoya immigration center See in context

He'll survive

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Posted in: South Korean TV network apologizes for offensive Olympic broadcast See in context

It just sounds really funny to be honest

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Posted in: Can Facebook's $1 bil gamble help it regain lost cool? See in context

Just delete it and go use Minds or something

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Posted in: Christmas Day is five months away. How bad do you think the coronavirus will be in Japan then? See in context

Respiratory viruses are more prevalent in winter so more media fear-mongering. I might move out of Osaka because the governor might panic again and request things to close

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Posted in: French protesters reject virus passes, vaccine mandate See in context

The French actually stand up for theirs rights, I see. What I find interesting is that the English media regularly mention the 'far right' attend without any evidence and then often put the yellow vests in the same sentence to conflate the popular movement with it. There were more leftwing people there, what a joke.

These 'passes' will just become like China's social credit system though. They will not be 'temporary'...

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