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WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nah, this is good. Just drop a the public health numbers on him (they're the same everywhere, hospitalization and death rates mirror vax rates) and everyone else reading gets a wake up call.

Remember that gen Z went through an even worse version of the school system than we did. But once they start thinking, they won't go back.

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WeedleTLiar 1 point ago +3 / -2

Lol, didn't several studies suggest that POCs were at lower risk from Covid than Europeans?

Imagine being "systemically oppressed" and still trusting your life to the government, when you aren't even in danger.

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WeedleTLiar 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yeaaaaah, but.

If it's all because of the vax, why have the deaths already started increasing in 2020, before the vax was introduced to the public?

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WeedleTLiar 4 points ago +4 / -0

Seeing this gentleman makes me all the more disgusted by the fat, fine-threatening, losers that also share my country.

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WeedleTLiar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Time zones prevent people from taking it seriously.

Explain to me how I can call a friend in Europe from NA around dusk and it's fully dark over there? Time travel? All my friends are secretly NWO operatives? Or is the Earth a globe?

If you "believe" the Earth is flat, you got stuck at "questioning" and never made it to "thinking".

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WeedleTLiar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can it happen after a single contact? Cause I've gotten sick from visiting people once, who lived miles away from me.

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WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

At this point, all they're doing is removing doubt.

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WeedleTLiar 5 points ago +5 / -0

Countries that don't have the infrastructure or capacity to keep up with global demand. Those countries will survive, they won't necessarily have enough surplus to save us.

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WeedleTLiar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Meh, I thought this in the beginning, but after the details of the lab funding came out, I don't think so. This thing was Fauci's baby, from the very beginning, and he basically is the NIH.

This was completely put together by the globalist cadre; China was just a place they could work without scrutiny (much like Ukraine).

The Chinese are facing a serious population aging problem, releasing a virus that kills the old while leaving the young is not hurting them. And dictators don't care about their economy or standard of living, they want control. So they provide cover for the real instigators who act as though they magically have the solution. All it takes is laying down for them; now everyone is converting to the Chinese system.

Why did it target the West? Because that's who still has the money. The people causing the pandemic all have direct financial connections to PPE, new security measure, or the vaxxes themselves. You let it go in Africa, they wouldn't even notice, let alone pay billions for a cure. The cowardly West will put themselves in debt for the next century in order to keep people well past the average life expectancy alive for a few more years.

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WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Last I checked, isn't that the most likely theory? That report by the guy from DARPA who was doing something at the lab?

He said they were making vaccines for theoretical bat viruses that could jump to humans and they created an aerosolized spray to immunize the bat caves without having to inject them all one at a time. The spray hadn't been attenuated yet and that's what kicked off the leak.

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WeedleTLiar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Plot twist: anti-abortion activists are part of a global conspiracy to get rid of all their used baby clothes.

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WeedleTLiar 4 points ago +6 / -2

I suspect that Russia was given the go ahead to invade Ukraine, at that particular time, to try to derail anti-covid mobilization. I think they were always eventually going to hit Ukraine to destroy all the evidence of the biolabs, money laundering, child trafficking etc.

They're using it to sneak in more replacement populations, and they'll keep it on the backburner to draw focus away from other protests as needed.

They may be cowardly monsters, but they aren't dumb.

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WeedleTLiar 4 points ago +5 / -1

Lol, this poor man will surely die of "long-covid" soon

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WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I won't shop anywhere that doesn't take cash, never had a problem. Today, I'm laughing ass off.

I hope we're locked out of our banks for a year; I emptied my account during the Freedom Convoy.

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WeedleTLiar 3 points ago +3 / -0

The funny thing is that Rogers is always trying to get people to "bundle" their home and cell internet...and now they're down.

I've got internet with both their competitors so I'm not going out for anything less than a solar flare.

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WeedleTLiar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I only use cash, don't give a fuck.

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WeedleTLiar 6 points ago +6 / -0

You guys are still working?

I quit in the winter; all I do now are cash jobs for my neighbors, friends, and family.

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WeedleTLiar 1 point ago +1 / -0

And how would you expect that to work in industries where even one plant is an endeavor costing hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to build and equip?

Stop having mega-factories? Most of the crap that we make isn't remotely needed, and much of the stuff we need could be done locally at small scale. Yeah, it would cost more but that just raises the incentive to build things to last.

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