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  1. I notice some of you bickering over whether it's wildly exaggerated or fake. Look at the root premise of the argument: Covid is a credible threat, therefore xyz. 1. If the government claims are wildly exaggerated, then covid isn't a credible threat. Therefore, extreme measures are unnecessary. 2. If the government claims are fake, then covid isn't a credible threat. Therefore, extreme measures are unnecessary. Either way the conclusion is pretty much the same. Extreme shutting down of society is unnecessary. This is what we need to prove.
  2. A relatively small group of people determines central policy. Central policy determines the directives. All it takes is for there to be a flaw in the root premise and basic assumption of the policy, people following that policy (and the directives that flow from it), and you have mass deception. When people question the policy, they can be marginalised (via another policy i.e. deny and discredit). A lot of organisations work like that - top-down control. Newspapers are one example. The editorial policy is determined by the top of the chain, the rest of the organisation has to follow it or els
  3. I hear what you're saying. Though I think there are quite a few ordinary people who are secretly wondering if the so-called 'conspiracy theorists' were right all along. Some people who I thought were totally into the system have said to me things like, 'Something doesn't feel right about this' and 'There's something else going on here'. But I think they're too afraid to speak out about it. That's where we can help. Give them a safe conversational space for them to think freely and consider alternative possibilities.
  4. Ironic, huh? He goes on about littering while littering this thread with irrelevant posts.
  5. It's like a family business, so it's intergenerational.
  6. It is a fact that 9/11 was the end result of a conspiracy.
  7. That is scandalous propaganda. Psychological abuse. Only the dim-witted, the servile, the slave-thinkers could ever being meaningfully influenced by such crude manipulation.
  8. Must be the season of the witch . . .
  9. Not taking offense. Just think you relishing the thought of culling the population is rather sad and, if I'm honest, quite a dangerous mindset. You never mentioned anything about shipping people off to Pluto originally. You were straight supporting a cull. You're just saying that now because people have called you out on it, and it makes you look like someone who advocates mass murder. But, delude yourself all you like. That's your game.
  10. It's a complex issue. There are other explanations for why there may have been some hospitals busy during the so-called first wave. The first wave caused a panic which inevitably caused a rush. People with ordinary flu-like symptoms (typical for that time of year) may have rushed to hospital out of fear. Not to mention the usual influx of pneumonia patients typical for that season. Staff were told to expect Armageddon; so they were put under pressure. No test was really available (it wasn't practicable). So every suspected case was treated as though it was
  11. I think it may have something to do with you saying things like, 'Let the cull continue'. Which is another way of you saying that you support mass murder. You really should work on your self-awareness. All the best.
  12. Not surprised. It's a kind of Soylent Green style of feeding the masses. 1. Grow millions of insects (cheaply) 2. Extract the collagen 3. Partially hydrolyse the collagen thus creating gelatine (protien gel substance) 4. Fortify the gelatine with other nutrients 5. Create and package gel protein bars 6. Voila. Feed the masses while the elite munch on steak and buttered asparagus That way they can keep us alive and reduce resource consumption. All for the 'greater good' you see.
  13. Hmm, how many resources would it take to ship all those people to Mars? How much fuel to power the rockets? Surely it would be more practical to let them stay? And wouldn't it be effectively murdering them? How many of them would survive the journey let alone survive on Mars? I don't think you've thought it through. You're just spouting off.
  14. Interesting. You don't actually deny having homicidal ideation. Anyway, off topic . . .
  15. So let me get this straight. You would happily murder someone for tossing a dog-end out of a car? Or would you want someone else to do the murdering for you? Honest questions, guv.
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