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  1. TG, Torba is probably overstating it and leaving out some things. And I chalk this up to being more ideology motivated instead of business motivated. 1. My first comment, though, is outside of this. His source is Business Insider. Come on, Torba. Predator class and fake news media anyone? I'm not saying there is no smoke in this story, but it's not the raging fire they are portraying. One does not fight fake news media by becoming fake news media. 2. Now back to fundamental differences. Torba's marketing sucks. Jason Miller goes all over the world getting users, etc. And he does aggressive marketing. They have vastly different approaches. So I imagine Torba is a bit peeved that Jason goes out and gets big names whereas he waits for them to come to him. And they take their good old time coming... 3. Let's not forget Jason's earlier involvement with Trump. Yet, even with that, Trump did not join Gettr. Why? I speculate, but if I know life and people, money is at root. Follow the mucking funny. Jason, as CEO, I imagine wants to keep all the money inhouse. Trump probably said, in order to join, he wanted a big chunk of the company or something like that for his big audience and the difference that would make to Gettr. And Jason probably said something like, "I loves ya' Donny, but I loves me monies more." 4. That leads me to Joe Rogan. What do you want to bet Rogan wanted money for the million new sign-ups caused by his migration to Gettr? And what do you want to bet Jason said, "I luvs ya' Joey, and thanks for the new sign-ups, but no."? And what do you want to bet negotiations are still ongoing? 5. I can't say anything for sure about what Torba is talking about re AWS, censorship, etc., but I do know that a principal funder of Gettr is Guo Wengui (sometimes called by other names like Miles Guo). And when thinking about him, please don't think CCP, but instead Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc. People who are billionaires do many things top-down through their friends and associates, who are also billionaires. And each of these billionaires come with their own prejudices and quirks and so on. So they may impose something weird to kick in their part or whatever they provide and people work around it. Also, there's this. Guo may be in favor of the common man, the lao bai xing, flyover America, etc., but he still goes out on his yacht and hobnobs among the upper class. So Gettr is able to do things more or less safely within the big tech environment and where other billionaires tread than Torba ever could dream of. That, I believe, nullifies many of Torba's beefs. Gab and Gettr are, businesswise, two very different animals. There is no reason to blame one animal for not being the other. Birds don't burrow deep holes to live in and ground hogs don't fly. 6. So long as users are happy, Gettr will prosper. Ditto for Gab. Users are starting to get fed up with Twitter, though, so it is going down. That's business. Ideology-wise, so long as Bannon, Jason Miller, and people like that are involved in Gettr, I believe it will be more-or-less free. If they leave, Gettr might go the way of other big-tech companies. Or it might not. One thing is for sure. Neither Gettr nor Gab are responsible for the abuses social media has perpetrated on their users like censuring the Hunter Biden laptop story, censoring coronavirus info, etc. I have an account at both and I go to both. I intend to keep doing the same. So I say let Torba and Miller duke it out. I, for one, have my own fights to deal with. I don't have time or interest in their fight. And if Rogan goes or stays, he's big but he's not unique social-media-wise. He's just one celebrity among many, so who cares? Michael
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  2. This one is going even deeper. Alex Jones was interviewing one of the lawyers involved on the Oath Keeper's side, Jon Moseley. In fact, Moseley was on the phone with Stewart Rhodes when the FBI came to arrest Rhodes. Alex also had on one of his own lawyers, Norm Pattis. (Alex is currently being followed by the FBI as a potential terrorist--seriously--and Pattis is helping with the legal part.) Stewart Rhodes' Lawyer Breaks Down The First Charges Of Sedition In Jan 6 Investigation Stewart Rhodes' Lawyer Breaks Down the First Charges of Sedition in Jan 6 Investigation WWW.BITCHUTE.COM Attorney Jon Moseley of http://jonathonmoseley.com/was on the phone with Stewart Rhodes when they arrested him. Norm Pattis joins with Alex Jones to break down the charges of... According to Mosely, the sedition charge came from the DOJ as a public relations maneuver. The press has been hammering the House's 1/6 committee and law enforcement in general by pointing to it's main reason for locking up so many people for months, trespass, laughing at them and getting outraged at the abuse of power. So the DOJ needed something with the word "sedition" in it for the press. As to the charges themselves, according to Mosely, they are a bill of lies. Not just lies according to his own opinion, but proven lies. And he is raising the issue of what should happen to prosecutors who knowingly lie to a grand jury. Pattis was on board with him. Also, Pattis says the USA dodged a bullet by the Senate not approving Major Garland for the Supreme Court. He mentioned he initially felt sorry for Garland because of the bad luck, but now he is of a completely different mind. He said he is appalled at Garland's recent statement that you can be prosecuted as a terrorist whether you knew you were participating in an act that they deemed terror or not. And that you were an accessory if you were just there observing. Alex and the attorneys were all appalled at this. If you have time and want to see one of Alex's important videos, meaning a video that will likely make a difference in current affairs right now, this is one such. This will give you a perspective on the arrest of the Oath Keepers that you will never get from the fake news media. And it will give you an inkling of how checks and balances work at holding off tyranny--not in theory, but in practice. Michael
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  3. I miss Yogi, he was likeable.
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  4. Muffley: There's nothing to figure out General Turgidson. This man is obviously a psychotic. Turgidson: Well, I'd like to hold off judgment on a thing like that, sir, until all the facts are in. Muffley: (Doctor Strangelove, or, How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb) In other words, "it ain't over 'til it's over", as this isn't the knock-out blow we'd wish it to be; think "Overton Window": With that said...we can still look at it as "glass half-full"; on the plus side: General Turgidson, I find this very difficult to understand. I was under the impression that I was the only one in authority to order the use of nuclear weapons. Turgidson: That's right sir. You are the only person authorized to do so. And although I hate to judge before all the facts are in, it's beginning to look like General Ripper exceeded his authority. Muffley: It certainly does. Far beyond the point I would have imagined possible.
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  5. AND, right on cue...here comes Biden to make a "special appeal", re: "an offer we can't refuse"... NOW - Biden: "I make a special appeal to social media companies and media outlets — please deal with the misinformation and disinformation that's on your shows. It has to stop."
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  6. I go to a little place called OL! The folks do their own research, we all battle it out and argue, discuss and come to our own conclusions.
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  7. While Fauci, the CDC, the predator class, etc., are unraveling, here is something that actually should cause fear. Not a full-blown panic yet since information is scarce coming out of China, but enough fear to keep an eye on this sucker. It looks like a ton of people in China have died from this thing. Dr. Robert Malone Warns Of 'Ebola-Like Hemorrhagic Fever' Super Virus In China Caused By Mutations Due To Mass Vaccination Dr. Robert Malone Warns Of 'Ebola-Like Hemorrhagic Fever' Super Virus In China Caused By Mutations Due To Mass Vaccination - National File NATIONALFILE.COM Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccines, made an appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room where he warned about an “Ebola-like hemorrhagic fever” super virus coming out of Communist […] Here is the video by itself on Rumble. I found this to be so important, I did a transcript, which follows the video. Dr. Robert Malone: Latest Disease Spreading Across China an "Ebola-Like Hemorrhagic Fever Virus" RUMBLE.COM Dr. Robert Malone joined Steve Bannon on The War Room to discuss the latest viral outbreak in China. The communist regime is hiding the nature and spread of this latest disease. Dr. Malone says, "They TRANSCRIPT (thanks to yours truly ) : I first saw this on The Gateway Pundit. I used the National File site above since the headline at GP was so over-the-top at fear porn. But this is where I got it and people interested should look at this one, too. The video is the same, but the report is different. More… Dr. Malone Mentions Possible Outbreak in China of Ebola-Like Hemorrhagic Fever Virus or Marburg Virus — That Has Only 50% Survival Rate More... Dr. Malone Mentions Possible Outbreak in China of Ebola-Like Hemorrhagic Fever Virus or Marburg Virus -- That Has Only 50% Survival Rate WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM As reported on Monday — Dr. Robert Malone joined Steve Bannon on The War Room to discuss the latest viral outbreak in China. The communist regime is hiding the nature and spread of this new... This one looks like it doesn't exempt politicians and power-mongers in the ruling class. Let's hope it doesn't spread to the USA. China has to be held to account for this crap. Michael
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  8. Interesting...this is making waves already and raising questions (and eyebrows), and dovetailing with Michael's earlier points re CNN's turning on the CDC and "CYA" ("cover your ass")... https://twitter.com/EricRWeinstein/status/1480790099994431489?s=20 https://twitter.com/EricRWeinstein/status/1480791871001546752?s=20https://twitter.com/EricRWeinstein/status/1480798775136296962?s=20
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  9. "#exposefauci" is now trending on Twitter over this. Project Veritas: Never Before Seen Military Documents About Gain-of-Function Research Contradict Dr. Fauci Testimony Under Oath (VIDEO) WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM Project Veritas on Monday evening released never before seen military documents regarding the origins of Covid-19, gain-of-function...
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  10. This is where I have ALWAYS been. Why Trump’s Pivot Away From Pushing the Jabs Is a Bigger Deal Than Most Realize Why Trump’s Pivot Away From Pushing the Jabs Is a Bigger Deal Than Most Realize NOQREPORT.COM I generally do not watch Trump rallies. I don’t need to be convinced to vote for him should he decide to run in 2024 and unlike the current occupant of the White House, President Donald Trump can go without... From the article: I think this is how the vast majority of his critical supporters feel about the vax issue. They know he corrects his errors--and changes his people--as he gains more information. Michael
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  11. TG, I did not get my idea from Chris, and to my shame, I have not yet read his book. I only skimmed it. And I have both editions. But from your sporadic references to it, you are encouraging me to read it as it should be read. Michael
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  12. Yes, I was struggling to put a name on the fallacy a day ago, touching on ARI's perceptions of the Conservatives and a fringe element that's taken by some to indicate all or most of them. It's hellish frustrating when one knows that is not in the slightest, indicative of the great majority. How does one invalidate such a fallacy and perception? Other than tediously relating one's own far more extensive observations? No go. Heard the same thing many a time, with media bias: e.g. police brutality, Jan 6, and many more, from the Woke left mostly. The part is representative of the whole. The one incident or experience tells you everything you need to know of someone and something. You know, "I met a Scot who was tight with a buck - so - all Scotsmen are cheap". The closest I have come up with is the fallacy of hasty generalization. Certainly it involves limited and lazy use of induction. The fallacy of reification, okay.
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  13. And look who has to be a clown on his way out. Ralph Northam Pardons Democrat State Senator Jailed For Underage Sex Crimes in His Final Act as Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Pardons Democrat State Senator Jailed For Underage Sex Crimes in His Final Act as Virginia Governor WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM Governor Blackface-Klansman Ralph Northam pardoned a Democrat who was jailed for underage sex crimes in his final act as Virginia governor. Northam pardoned Democrat state senator Joe Morrissey... Good riddance to that trash. Michael
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  14. It's not for nothing that Chris Matthew Sciabarra ended Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical with a warning about "the fallacy of reification": EPILOGUE "Some of you may know the story of the four travelers who on a moonless night chanced upon an elephant and came away separately convinced that it was very like a snake, a leaf, a wall, a rope. Not one could persuade any other to change his mind, for each had touched a different part. Not one could resolve their differences for none of them knew the entire elephant. "The moral of the story is not the inevitability of subjectivism. Rather, it is a lesson in the fallacy of reification. Each traveler abstracted a part of the whole and reified that part into a separate entity, which was identified as the totality. Reification is possible because no one—and no human being—can achieve a synoptic vantage point on the whole. Our definition of what is essential depends on a specific context."
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  15. Well said and thought out.
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  16. "Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer fight to keep names of 8 'John Does' secret"
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  17. Elections have consequences. And this one--Youngkin--looks like a huge relief to MAGA people after he got sworn in. He's also further wounding the lame duck Biden. UPDATE: Virginia Governor Youngkin Signs 11 Executive Actions on First Day in Office Including Banning CRT, Ending Vax Mandate, Ending School Mask Mandate, etc. UPDATE: Virginia Governor Youngkin Signs 11 Executive Actions on First Day in Office Including Banning CRT, Ending Vax Mandate, Ending School Mask Mandate, etc. WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM Republican Glenn Youngkin was sworn in as Virginia’s 74th Governor on Saturday. Youngkin is the first Republican governor of Virginia in over 10 years. Youngkin defeated dirty Clintonite Terry McAuliffe in... From the article: That nice, great, wonderful, but there's more . Virginia’s New Attorney General Fires 30 Staff Members, Announces Major Investigations within Hours of Taking Office Virginia's New Attorney General Fires 30 Staff Members, Announces Major Investigations within Hours of Taking Office WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM Virginia’s new Attorney General Jason Miyares fired 30 staff members and announced investigations into the Virginia Parole Board and Loudoun County Schools within hours of being sworn into office. Mr... From the article: I am from Virginia. I was born and raised there. I have never felt like moving back after I left. But, man, did this start an old itch. Virginia might be livable again, who knows? Michael
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  18. Any rationale is irrelevant, because what comes first is structure. If you do not even have a structure that can facilitate the process of exploring ethics on a large scale, then that is what should happen first. You cannot have a discussion of ethics with the lowest common denominator of 100s of millions of people. The objective may be dominance, but the purpose of the ideology is not that, and that is not what makes it successful. The individuals may think the way you imagine, but leftism is a social phenomenon. Before you can deal with individuals you have to detatch them from power -- they have to see that the system will never work for them. The ideal of equality is what keeps leftism so healthy in so many societies. When a citizenry has any say in their own system of governance, equality will naturally be extremely popular. The system is actually an illusion, because really we just have people doing things. It's hard to say who has power and how much... but if we were more open about it, and accepted the reality that there is power and there always will be, people could at least make decisions with their brains instead of the emotions that tell them things should be another way. We could actually think about who we want in power instead of trying to figure out a way to make it go away, when that is just not an option.
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  19. Getting shots as the Army ordered is what you implicitly agreed to when signing on, Peter. A capitalist businessman worthy of the name is observant of the rights of his employees, as he is of his own. He understands "a contract" is the mainstay of capitalism. He would hardly change conditions of employment in mid-stream, resorting to his employees working "by permission". With diseases, simply, like every time anyone gets sick with flu, they voluntarily stay home for several days. A simple consideration for others that doesn't suffice for the vaxx fanatics. (Anyway, who will as easily be infected by someone who's also vaccinated). There can't be exceptions to government involving itself in business, outside of breaking the law*, that "exceptions" slippery-slope is how every place got to statism and mixed economies, or socialism. *(Mass vaccinating is not objective law, it is subjective decree. Or, rule by men). You might have noticed, yet another 'group' distinction has been solidified, the vaccinated v. the unvaccinated. Quickly, vaccines have been shown to be absolutely meaningless re: the pandemic spread. A fact unrecognized still, by vengeful authoritarians. The former are permitted to have xyz freedoms of action, the latter are still denied them, with no end in sight I can see.. If the principle of individual freedoms were one's concern, that collectivizing of some and that loss of liberty - for some - would be anathema to everyone. First, 'them' over there, later coming to oneself and one's group here.
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  20. Errr. In America you're only allowed to speak, is that German?, on the phone.
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  21. It looks like a hell of a lot of people think just like I do. Nobody believes this is proper USA government except for the mainstream ruling class fringe... Michael
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  22. This one isn't a woke snack. It's a meal. Ferris State University Professor Is Put on Administrative Leave After Showing Up for Class in a Glass Bubble — Goes on Profanity-Laced Tirade (VIDEO) Ferris State University Professor Is Put on Administrative Leave After Showing Up for Class in a Glass Bubble -- Goes on Profanity-Laced Tirade (VIDEO) WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM A professor at Ferris State University in Michigan landed on the wrong planet this weekend. Now he’s on administrative leave. The Washington Post reported on this professor only a couple of hours... At first I thought this was satire, but it's real. Notice this WaPo article in flabbergasted outrage trying not to choke on its own poison (the kind is serves up to its readers every day). A professor welcomed students to class by calling them ‘vectors of disease to me.’ He has been suspended. A professor welcomed students to class by calling them ‘vectors of disease to me.’ He has been suspended. WWW.MSN.COM Professor Barry Mehler told students it didn't matter how hard they worked since he randomly assigned them grades before the semester started. Aaaaaand... the YouTube video. I've looked around for a copy on alt video sites, but so far there is only a 4 minute excerpt on BitChute. If YT takes this down, though, I am pretty sure someone will put it up somewhere. It's just too rich to go into the memory hole. LOL... These are the people teaching your kids, folks. Michael
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  23. Sometimes the great gets even better. This is the forward-looking state of greatness of the current VP: I want to say a quip or something, but I just can't top it. That is a work of art. It stands on its own merits... Michael
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  24. Boris Epshteyn, a political operative who is a frequent guest on the War Room, let out an idea yesterday (or maybe the day before) and Steve Bannon ended up agreeing with him. Now I think this will become a thing among the chattering class. They believe this phase in America is the end of the Democratic Party. They mean end like in how the Whig Party ended. We'll have to see, of course, but from what I am observing, this makes a lot of sense. The authoritarians overplayed their hand. A huge number of every day Democrats are leaving the party, their exit is growing, and predator class Republicans got exposed for being Democrats in disguise. Also, Trump has unified Republicans around a vision of the world that most Americans believe in. So I doubt the backlash will forgive this one. Michael
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  25. "I don't think it's far-fetched to say that if Donald Trump hadn't won in 2016 and appointed three SCOTUS justices, the U.S. would literally be Australia right now."
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  26. Doesn't this miss an essential part of the equation? Rights. AR: "Capitalism is a social system based on the recognition of individual rights..." And: "A right is the sanction of independent action. A right is that which can be exercised without anyone’s permission. If you exist only because society permits you to exist—you have no right to your own life. A permission can be revoked at any time. If, before undertaking some action, you must obtain the permission of society—you are not free, whether such permission is granted to you or not. Only a slave acts on permission. A permission is not a right. Do not make the mistake, at this point, of thinking that a worker is a slave and that he holds his job by his employer’s permission. He does not hold it by permission—but by contract, that is, by a voluntary mutual agreement. A worker can quit his job. A slave cannot". “Textbook of Americanism” -- In this light, it is by *permission* that an unvaxxed employee holds his job today. Permission which may "be revoked at any time", due to governmental edict or the employer's arbitrary judgment. That would then consist of a one-sided, broken contract. In other words, the employer is 'free' (by your argument on Capitalism) to impose new conditions on his staff, and 'free' to fire them if not complied with - while the worker is "a slave" always dependent on his "sanction" to continue to work there. (The ¬individual rights¬ of one to take up vaccination - or not to - hasn't really been pursued by leading (ARI) Objectivists, that I've seen. Everything rests on that, surely? The "sanction of independent action" HAS to be respected by all. As much, and more, in difficult and controversial periods as in easier times. Individual rights are non-negotiable to those who propound freedom of action. Irrespective of which reasons and 'reasons' any might hold: rational and self-interested, or dutiful and altruistic, or religious, or fearful, or superstitious, or obedient and intimidated - for which either person gets vaccinated or does not do so. Each person will bear any consequences of his choice). "If ... you must obtain the permission of society--you are not free..."
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  27. William, And another analogy. If you think the Justice Department is acting in good faith, I have some bridges to sell to you. I am hearing talk over at Bannon that once they get power back, they are going to dismantle the FBI and throw some of the more illegal actors in prison. (The FBI was originally made to fight bootlegging hootch. That time has long passed.) What that means is this is being discussed in high places in the Trump universe. So I don't care what the current DOJ does. These are the same people who don't mind people they don't like being kept in solitary confinement for months over what they themselves call a misdemeanor. They don't mind entrapping others. This is the USA and not some tin-pot dictatorship. We are not supposed to have political crimes or thought crimes. Yet we do. I have no intention of treating the case you just mentioned as the same thing as dispassionate or fair justice. It's horseshit from an illicit administration that is crashing and burning right in front of our eyes. Michael
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  28. Strange he doesn’t feel the need to make an appeal to print media and broadcast /cable media. Huh, why is it the legacy media aren’t filled with , choking with , overrun with conspirators? What is it about universal access that allows for truth to be distorted ? The established media serves the citizenry with all that is truthful, apparently to a degree that one need not remind them of their sacred mission. Luckily for us , that universal access is run through a few choke points , hopefully truth will prevail and finally we will be availed of only true information, discerning truth among too much noise is tiresome. This whole internet thing is making it harder to stay focused on what is appropriate to air. (end of sarcasm here) I think Rand’s quote around there being no need for overt censorship was prescient and operable in the abstract. But that idea was formulated in a time in a different media paradigm, the ‘authorities ‘ are now more dependent on the ‘choke points’ than the ‘choke points’ operate to stay within the good graces of the authorities.
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  29. What a quote. Needs to be emblazoned over this thread. So true, any Govt. merely has to 'suggest' what it wants done - or publicly threaten to implement certain measures - and the nervous nellies* in 'private' business will rush to accomodate its wishes, with the added lure of picking up contracts and favors. *and predators
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  30. Oh, so Rearden metal was dangerous and all trains are trains , get on board!
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  31. Walk across the woods, my Canadian friend and join us. No one will stop you. Just ask the late Alex Trebeck from Jeopardy. What's mine is yours.
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  32. ??? Huh? So I've been imagining "mandated". It was all a nightmare! Whew... "Free to walk away" from a higher value (your job or career) to a low or non-value (unemployment and welfare) - - just isn't "free". A company can and may independently do so, but if at the instigation of the Gvt. is simply a stooge for gvt. V-mandated for kids I've said enough about. This is an immoral policy.
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  33. Peter, Not millions. As of the end of August of last year, the number of COVID vaccine-related deaths in America was estimated at about 150,000. I don't know about world numbers. See here: Estimating the number of COVID vaccine deaths in America By Steve Kirsch, Jessica Rose, Mathew Crawford I have only skimmed this over, but from what I gather from watching Steve Kirsch, he uses information coming from VAERS (the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) of the US government in addition to other things. See here: VAERS Steve looks like one of the best sources out there for this, so if you are interested in skimming over his stuff, here is the link to his Gettr account: Steve Kirsch GETTR.COM Philanthropist. Executive Director, COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund. And here is a longish report he did recently on Substack: How to verify for yourself that over 150,000 Americans have been killed by the COVID vaccines How to verify for yourself that over 150,000 Americans have been killed by the COVID vaccines STEVEKIRSCH.SUBSTACK.COM And keep in mind that the Pfizer trial showed this might save 10,000 lives (best case). So we are killing 15 people to maybe save 1 death from COVID. And they are mandating we take it. I have only skimmed that one, too. I'm not discussing the substance of these reports so much as presenting them to up the seriousness level. I don't know where you got someone saying millions. I have not heard that. But I do know that Steve Kirsch is a reliable source. Michael
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  34. And Rand's writings were considered "taboo", as well. As the ad copy for ANTHEM went: "Too daring for 1937!" (source: Letters of Ayn Rand) ("It is a sin to write this...")
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  35. "alt news sources", ponder that phrase as 'an objectivist' for a bit poor dick's almanac was alt news too
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  36. While I'm still reading through a lot of things, Tucker, for one, is doing a great job of synthesizing some real issues involving real evidence. This video only takes 5 minutes or so, but it's plenty enough to not only smell a rat, you can see the damn thing and its family. Tucker Carlson on GETTR: It's clear the DOJ had some role in the events of January 6 GETTR.COM It's clear the DOJ had some role in the events of January 6 Here is an article about this segment. For those who prefer to read, there is plenty of transcript. MUST WATCH: Tucker Carlson Questions Sham 1/6 Committee’s Sudden Acknowledgement and Defense of Ray Epps: “It’s Clear the DOJ Had a Role in Jan 6th” MUST WATCH: Tucker Carlson Questions Sham 1/6 Committee's Sudden Acknowledgement and Defense of Ray Epps: "It's Clear the DOJ Had a Role in Jan 6th" WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM The left’s charade is falling to pieces. After an absolutely explosive day of Senate testimony on Capitol Hill, Tucker Carlson came out on his nightly show and delivered a knockout blow to the corrupt DC Swamp... From the article: It gets even worse since the Dems tried to do damage control and crapped all over themselves. (They tweeted that they had already interviewed Ray Epps after denying they knew nothing about him for months. The good news is Adam Kinzinger's claims that Ray Epps didn't do anything wrong and that he never worked for law enforcement are doing more to sink his political career than all the anti-Trump and RINO bullshit he has spewed out over years.) Ray Epps is just one of a slew of people and problems with DOJ involvement in the January 6, 2020 event at the Capitol. The Deep State staged a false flag event and, like I said earlier, they are birthing one mother of an entrapment suit against the government--a class action suit at that. Michael
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  37. Steve Bannon, Dr. Robert Malone, and Dr. Naomi Wolf are sinking their teeth into this. And it looks like this time they (and others) are going to draw blood. “Premeditated Manslaughter of Millions of People Coordinated at the Highest Levels” – Naomi Wolf and Dr. Malone Respond to Project Veritas BOMBSHELL (VIDEO) "Premeditated Manslaughter of Millions of People Coordinated at the Highest Levels" - Naomi Wolf and Dr. Malone Respond to Project Veritas BOMBSHELL (VIDEO) WWW.THEGATEWAYPUNDIT.COM On Monday night Project Veritas released their latest investigation and it was a BOMBSHELL! Project Vertias released never before seen military documents regarding the origins of Covid-19, gain-of-function... From the article: I believe in the patriotism of the DARPA and military people making sure this gets to the public, and I am deeply grateful for what they are doing, but I also have a sneaking suspicion that Biden & Co., maybe even Hillary Clinton & Co. in some capacity, are now going to use Fauci as the fall guy for every Democrat woe under the sun. The reason? They are letting this unfold without weird deaths happening to the people involved. But I also think the cover-up went on too long and now it will unfold to the detriment of the predator class in a form that can't be stopped. Michael
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  38. Try not to laugh... and
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  39. Here's what Dr. Li says she knows so far about this new virus. Dr.Li-Meng YAN on Gab: '' - Gab Social GAB.COM Dr.Li-Meng YAN on Gab: 'Many people asked me about “Ebola- or Marburg- like hemorrhage fever virus” in . Based on my internal sources from , here are billet points of my opinions: 1. Multiple... Where--in today's world--can people get the truth from any government? Michael
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  40. I saw that...ho-boy... Major Patriot on Gab: '' - Gab Social GAB.COM Major Patriot on Gab: 'Reports are 50 MILLION are locked down in China by CCP' ℕ𝔼𝕆ℕ ℝ𝔼𝕍𝕆𝕃𝕋 on Gab: '' - Gab Social GAB.COM ℕ𝔼𝕆ℕ ℝ𝔼𝕍𝕆𝕃𝕋 on Gab: 'More and more it's looking like the CCP is releasing some kind of bioengineered hemorrhagic fever on its own... Neon Revolt on Gab: "More and more it's looking like the CCP is releasing some kind of bioengineered hemorrhagic fever on its own people - and right in time for the Olympics. "I warned you that TPTB would try to release something far more virulent than Corona, since the death toll from CV19 wasn't enough for them to accomplish their goals, and they needed to inflict more death and destruction in order to pursue their nefarious ends. "Please pay attention to what @DrLiMengYAN is posting, as she seems to have some very up-to-date, on-the-ground information on the ever-shifting situation in China. "I don't think the people of China will appreciate being used as lab rats for a deadly bioweapon by their own Government. "Heck, I don't think a lot of CCP party members will appreciate it, either. "The CCP is about to have a nationwide mass revolt on their hands."
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  41. Remember when the FBI wanted to investigate parents as if they were terrorists for daring to speak out against COVID nonsense at school board meetings? ("Pepperidge Farm Remembers...") Turns out that order came from the White House. Education Secretary Cardona solicited NSBA letter comparing protesting parents to domestic terrorists: email WWW.FOXNEWS.COM Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicited the much-criticized letter from the National School Boards Association that compared protesting parents to...
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  42. More news on CirstenW. Some of the fringe QAnon people really have it out for her. They are saying she faked her own death to hide because she embezzled about $700k to a cool million from a charity. They are also saying she is a man, not a woman. (Here is just one example. This lady says CirstenW and Timothy Holmseth, who she calls a well-known grifter who preys on situations like the Casey Anthony mess, stole almost a million dollars from Field McConnell and Guy Brummell's children's foundation. Incidentally, I tried running these guys down and tried to get the name of their children's foundation, but found a wormhole called "time suck" too big to go into.) I, myself, don't know enough to agree or disagree and I don't have time to do it right. I do know that I never resonated with CirstenW and it was almost visceral. But if she is really dead, I mean no disrespect. On the NPC front, I found a really cute meme out there: Michael
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  43. Anything of import, here? Let's find out...from Project Veritas: Military Documents about Gain of Function contradict Fauci testimony under oath You can watch the video HERE.
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  44. D, I fully disagree. Why? Because she doesn't want to inform the public. She wants to manipulate it into doing what she wants it to do (allegedly "make positive changes"). And even in the case of making positive changes, fear happens to be an excellent motivator. It's a great way to "help" people make positive changes. ("If you don't do XXX, I will fire your ass,"--when XXX is something positive that needs to be changed to and the bad habit is ingrained. Or, "If you don't do XXX, I will beat the shit out of you," when XXX is something positive that hasn't been happening but needs to happen. And so on.) Ask any kid if he hasn't made a "positive change" without fear some of the time, say, to brush his teeth. I actually found the lady to be perfectly good with words. So, no, I don't trust her a bit. I don't think she was being honest at all. I could almost see her looking toward her paycheck from her masters as she was talking... Michael
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  45. He obviously had a prankster put a taped note on his back saying, "ignore me."
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  46. If anyone wants to probe deeper as I am probing, Google the name: "Patrick Bergy" There is a lot of stuff to look at. I just went through an interview he did in December of last year with Sarah Westall on Shadownet: Obama Shadownet, Psyop Impeachment Against Americans, Ukraine Corruption w/ Patrick Bergy (1of2) Obama Shadownet, Psyop Impeachment Against Americans, Ukraine Corruption w/ Patrick Bergy (2of2) I've gotten a few impressions of him. 1. He suffers from an extreme case of "curse of knowledge." This is when you are so specialized in something, you cannot imagine what the mental state of a beginner feels like. So you presume the people you are talking to know a lot more than they do. For an easy example, acronyms. The truth is, if you have not yet seen Shadowgate, which does a decent job of explaining it, you will not know what he is talking about for much of the time. 2. Politically, he is like a bull in a China shop. For example, Sarah was leading him with anti-Hillary Clinton questions and he blurted out (I paraphrase), "No. We were mostly John McCain's client. He had hired us for his presidential campaign and... He talks against Clinton, too. But he is not easily led in partisan directions. He's an equal opportunity basher. In fact, he said he became a Republican only one year ago and, even then, he was a Trump Republican--for one reason only. He said Trump is the only politician (and he included Trump's family) he has seen refuse to accept the kind of services companies like Dynology offer. 3. Part of his complaints are those of a disgruntled ex-employee who was let go. They are not a lot and they don't negate his legit stuff, but they are there. In the interview above, he said his problems started when he turned in a guy for downloading porn with minors on the company's servers. They fired the guy, but then told him to forget he ever saw that. He resisted and wanted to put in safeguards, so he was eventually let go. 4. An important point is the concept of IIA. This means Interactive Internet Activities. That is military jargon for fake news and it goes back to when he first started working (around 2006 or 2007 or thereabouts). The main job of Shadownet is to manufacture fake news (or fake information of some type) and inject it into the culture as legitimate through news outlets, social media, front companies, manufactured personas (fake and legit), source trails leading nowhere, and so on, including segmenting and targeting audiences for persuasion. More later. I'm still digging. Believe it or not, I think a good portion of Trump Derangement Syndrome--the kneejerk overblown hatred and nastiness--is due to bad guys using Shadownet capabilities on the public. Maybe the original repugnance of Trump was not engineered by Shadownet, but I have little doubt it was ramped up to the psychosis levels we see today by bad guys using Shadownet. Michael
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  47. Tore About Tore, the more I rewatch the videos and the implications of everything is sinking in, I no longer think she is exaggerating. Also, I have mentioned her as coproducer of Shadowgate. I still think that is true, but I'm not 100% sure. Shadownet, crowds, and stupid causes On another point, I think these Deep State assholes have been using this Shadownet and similar to gin up crowds through artificial intelligence targeting. One of the first crowds they did (according to Patrick) was the riots at Ferguson. They gathered their data to profile poor people back then through the Obamaphones with free unlimited data usage. Think about today. Everybody, including pundits, have been complaining about how the country is so polarized it is impossible for one side to talk to the other without hostility. Knowing what I have learned about how core stories work in the brain, I have little doubt Shadownet and similar using mega-surveillance-data plus artificial intelligence plus schema and ideas from behavioral scientists plus just plain storytelling have ginned up some core stories that encourage people to identify the other as the enemy so much they get irrationally nasty. They have hacked the human mind and segmented people according to a process called "localization" to encourage them to be more like each other on specific parameters. Including hating specific targets. But instead of getting clean results, these manipulations are making people so miserable many are going back to their original core beliefs and to hell with the rest. Also, some of the things some people are promoting are so goddam stupid, you wonder how anyone can do that. For example, defund the police. That is Shadownet and similar running the show in the background. How else to explain the surge of that particular belief in such a short amount of time? Study I'm going to be studying how all this works over the God knows how long. This to me, from what I just saw, is the tip of the right rabbit hole to go down. I just watched Shadowgate for the second time and the interviews with Alex Jones for the second time. I stopped and looked up things as I went along, too. It was well-worth the time. Millie and Tore and Patrick have a culture-changing expose on their hands. Let's see where this goes, but if the half a million views in 12 hours on YouTube is any indication (for an hour and a half documentary at that), this just might grow legs long enough for a deep cultural shakeup. Michael
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  48. I thought that this was a site where those of us who admire the works of Ayn Rand could discuss ideas. "A dog, a wolf, a coyote, and a banana." Which ones had a common ancestor? Yes, I know that at the genetic level, fungus and humans share 90% or more of DNA., I get that. It does not explain "evolution" (so called). I also know that it is a common high school experiment in genetics to extract the DNA of strawberries. Easy peasy from the Left Coast see here or from the Heartland of America here. But while we have a double helix, strawberries have a quadruple helix! Also, MSK, as you greatly admire powerful men who command audiences, I would have thought that you would see the efficacy of his delivery, granted that he had a pre-selected (self-selected) array of listeners to laugh on cue. Myself, on the problem of evolution, I must insist that the gaps in the fossil record are evidence that beings "greater" than us (however defined) intervened or interfered in our planet to bring the world to its state today. Moreover... it is possible (ala X-Files) that this continues and that ultimately, Earth's humans will be subjugated to serve human-alien hybrids who will be allowed to join the galactic empire or whatever the heck it is out there. (Just sayin' ... there are more things in heaven and Earth than are known in your philosophy, Horatio.) I say, give the chimp a banana. Nice work.
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  49. Here is the link to the Oath Keepers website: http://oath-keepers.blogspot.com/2009/03/o...-orders-we.html I was asked if I thought the military would fire on our own citizens earlier today. Then I came upon this Oath Keepers site where there are military whose allegiance is to the Constitution not the politicians. There are some beautiful color pictures on the site and it is encouraging that such men exist. www.campaignforliberty.com 5Apr 7PM 138823, 10PM 138960; 7Apr 139786, 6PM 140043; 9Apr 140695 gulch
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