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KiloRomeo 8 points ago +8 / -0

“False positive diagnoses prove vaccine effectiveness” smh

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KekistanPM 7 points ago +8 / -1

Hearing that people could have and spread covid without any symptoms for more than just a brief incubation period last year may have been the biggest red pill for me. I practically threw up my hands and said "Game over. One hundred years of virology out the window. Lockdowns for life."

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graucho 5 points ago +5 / -0

This. A theory that a) doesn't follow its own principles, b) changes its narrative from one day to the next depending on who's talking and 3) can't accurately predict anything at all is - scientifically speaking - utter shite. Works for global warming, too.

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +2 / -0

the virus does whatever is best at convincing you to take their shot

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factdigger 2 points ago +2 / -0

All silences since spring 2020. Many did criticise this particular point

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Mrexreturns 1 point ago +2 / -1

It's deliberate.

Everything WILL happen exactly like I said.

There is no such thing as a narrative collapse. I heard people who insist about this here but there is no such thing.

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Hullohoomans 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fucking idiots. Sure, it could indicate that, or, it just means the test is fucking garbage, like everyone on earth knows and keeps repeating.

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GG8782 -5 points ago +2 / -7

Maybe, just maybe, it’s because an asymptomatic hosts can still spread COVID-19? If only someone had done research to confirm this…

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80960KA 1 point ago +2 / -1

Maybe, just maybe, none of this really even exists outside of TV screens and fabricated numbers.

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GG8782 -4 points ago +2 / -6

JAMA and PNAS — i.e., the peer-reviewed medical journals that have lead medical development since the 20th century, including alerting people to radiation poisoning from atomic weapons, eradicating small pox, and documenting hidden government experiments on the civilian population — want to crush all resistance?

Bruh. You’re just looking for any ad hominem you can make, and even that isn’t working.

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graucho 2 points ago +2 / -0

Go read some Ioannidis before you start quoting JAMA at us. As for "peer reviewed", I give you Lindsay and Pluckrose.

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GG8782 -2 points ago +2 / -4

JAMA never made any statement regarding Ioannidis. Lindsay and Pluckrose never submitted their articles to JAMA or PNAS.

Check your sources beforehand my guy.

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graucho 1 point ago +2 / -1

Are you really that dumb or are you here to entertain us?

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GG8782 -2 points ago +2 / -4

Not really sure why you guys keep quoting Lindsay and Pluckrose, especially given that they did not submit to any medical journals, let alone JAMA or PNAS.

The problem is that you are basing your assumption that people are overall good natured and smart people can't be fooled.

Ah yes, I forgot that the great scholars of conspiracies.win — with such intellectual predictions as Biden won't become president and Trump's attorneys have Epstein — have debunked world-renown, peer-reviewed medical journals that researched everything from bandages to modern antibiotics. All without actually offering any peer-reviewed studies of their own. Golly.

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