Dear KMAG: 20220725 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ Open Topic

Joe Biden didn’t win. This is our Real President:

US President Donald J Trump (L) and First Lady Melania Trump (R) await the arrival of Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and his wife, Jenny Morrison, to the South Lawn of the White House for a state arrival ceremony in Washington, DC, USA, 20 September 2019. The occasion marks the second state visit of Donald Trump’s presidency.

AND our beautiful REALFLOTUS.


This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread remains open – VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KAG/KMAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

And indeed, it’s Monday…again.

But we WILL get through it!

…and we will have fun doing it, too!


The Rules

TL;DR –

Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

Boilerplate, more or less, but worth reading again and again, if only for the minor changes, and to stay out of moderation.

The bottom line is Free Speech. Theories and ideas you don’t agree with must be WELCOME here, and you must be part of that welcoming. But you do NOT need to be part of any agreement.

Bottom line – respect other people’s FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS.

Our only additional requirement is that you do so NICELY. Or at least try to make some effort in that direction.

SO….. [ENGAGE BOILERPLATE…..]

We must endeavor to persevere to love our frenemies – even here.

Those who cannot deal with this easy requirement will be forced to jump the hoops of moderation, so that specific comments impugning other posters and violating the minimal rules can be sorted out and tossed in the trash.

In Wheatie’s words, “We’re on the same side here so let’s not engage in friendly fire.”

That includes the life skill of just ignoring certain other posters.

We do have a site – The U Tree – where civility is not a requirement. Interestingly, people don’t really go there much. Nevertheless, if you find yourself in an “argument” that can’t really stay civil, please feel free to “take it to the U Tree”. The U Tree is also a good place to report any technical difficulties, if you’re unable to report them here. Please post your comment there on one of Wolf’s posts, or in reply to one of Wolf’s comments, to make sure he sees it (though it may take a few hours).

We also have a backup site, called The Q Tree as well, which is really The Q Tree 579486807. You might call it “Second Tree”. The URL for that site is https://theqtree579486807.wordpress.com/. If this site (theqtree.com) ever goes down, please reassemble at the Second Tree.

If the Second Tree goes down, please go to The U Tree, or to our Gab Group, which is located at https://gab.com/groups/4178.

We also have some “old rules” and important guidelines, outlined here, in a very early post, on our first New Year’s Day, in 2019. The main point is not to make violent threats against people, which then have to be taken seriously by law enforcement, and which can be used as a PRETEXT by enemies of this site.

In the words of Wheatie, “Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.”


A Moment of Prayer

Our policy on extreme religious freedom on this site is discussed HERE. Please feel free to pray and praise God anytime and anywhere.

Thus, please pray for our real President, the one who actually won the election.

You may also pray for our nation, our world, and even our enemies.


Musical Interlude

In the style of our beloved Wheatie, we include some music for your enjoyment.

This week, some LATER (90’s) but absolutely quintessential MEAT LOAF.

I remember when this guy’s improbable music burst on the scene. It was catchy – I grew rather fond of it. A gal I knew LOVED his first album (which at that time was an LP vinyl record). She was a really good person – a model scientist, in the rear-view mirror of life. I have no idea what happened to her, but…..

In her honor, Meat Loaf!


Call To Battle

Our beloved country is under Occupation by hostile forces.

Daily outrage and epic phuckery abound.

We can give in to despair…or we can be defiant and fight back in any way that we can.

Joe Biden didn’t win.

And we will keep saying Joe Biden didn’t win until we get His Fraudulency out of our White House.


Wolfie’s Wheatie’s Word of the Day Year Week:

gynocracy

noun

government by women; gynarchy

Used in a (rather long) paragraph:

Sadly, when the old-boy system of Shallow State was overthrown, it was ultimately replaced by a politically obsessive and scientifically incompetent globalist gynocracy, which marginalized many of the most scientifically and technically competent women, simply to defend and preserve the new progressive political order. Token men interspersed the chain of command, relied upon for their technical competence, but valued above all for their loyalty to the new order. Religious global warming, ‘settled science’, political correctness, and the rise of corrupt Chinese communist science ethics were the result. Many old white women were replaced by young Indian men with more flexible and unquestioning ethics, but little domain knowledge. As a final bit of gender irony, the entire spread of the hen-house was better referred to as ‘Obamatization’, than named after our new lady commissar, since the rise of Obama was clearly a higher focal point of the entire plot. Still, there was a shining moment, somewhere between the men in black and the Marxists in pantsuits, when we sailed happily past a state of freedom, equality, truth, and scientific integrity, and thus I can tell you, without a doubt, that such a world exists, even if not in the here and now.

Used in a picture (literally):

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/2018/09/30/life_in_a_gynocracy_454821.html

ENJOY THE SHOW

Have another great week!

W

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TheseTruths

A gynocracy…{shudder}.

That LGB theme song is hilarious! 😂

TheseTruths

Everybody 🎶: “They say ‘L-G-B’ everywhere I go. L-G-B, what it means, I don’t know…” 😅😂🤣

TheseTruths

LOL!

holly08

I’m Joe Biden and I forgot this message 😂😂😂

gil00

Terrifying…and i bet some reading that would say “thats the ticket!”

TheseTruths

A group of women all bought their husbands the same shirt and didn’t tell them… 🤣

TheseTruths

Just don’t go out to dinner with friends afterward!

Aubergine

Well, she’ll get it for you if you show her this:

Tonawanda

Great catch!

Aubergine

Lol! I love old movies.

Aubergine

Yeah, man!

singingsoul1

When I was a teenager I was not allowed to see hear anything Elvis. I am totally clueless when it comes to any rock music or Elvis.

Aubergine

Lol. My parent were against the Stones, the Beatles, and that era.

All parents hate their kids music!

singingsoul1

I suppose so 🙂

pgroup2

The next door neighbor’s family is a blended one and all of the semi-siblings are in the 30-35 age group.

They love music that I liked when I was 20-30. IOW music from before they were born.

Go figure.  😉 

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SteveInCO

Yep.

Never would have happened in our age group.

Aubergine

My youngest son likes 70s music. He has very eclectic musical tastes.

SteveInCO

And until recently, the kids reciprocated.

When we are kids no one of us would be caught dead listening to their parents’ music.

Today I regularly see teens and 20 somethings listening to stuff older than they are; perhaps too much of what is out there now is (c)rap.

Aubergine

Contemporary music is, IMHO, horrible.

If I here one more nasal, whiny, moaning woman sing…

SteveInCO

Pat Benatar would have kicked their crybaby asses…until she went Woke.

Aubergine

Stevie Nicks is my favorite female voice.

scott467

That reminds me of one of my favorites:

Aubergine

Oh, heck yeah!

SteveInCO

WHICH *reminds* me…

Aubergine

Lol!

cthulhu

I’ve even been to a Kingston Trio / New Christy Minstrels concert.

scott467

“When we are kids no one of us would be caught dead listening to their parents’ music.”

____________

When I was a kid, that’s all we listened to, and we loved it.

Because the only other option was listening to 1980s hell… 😁

My parents listened to mostly Peter, Paul & Mary, Bob Dylan, The Kingston Trio, Simon & Garfunkel, John Denver, etc.

Some of my friends’ parents listened to the same music as my parents did, and some listened to Zeppelin, Doors, Stones, Who, Beatles, Pink Floyd, etc.

So there was a sort of dividing line in my (and my friends’) parents’ age group, sort of like when Dylan went electric, in 1965. That might be what caused it, at least in part.

So I grew up with both, the folk and the classic rock, and I love both 😁

CrackerHoosier

Ah Soul. Same for my mother who’s now 85. Elvis would be on TV and my grandmother would make mom turn it off. Guess that swivel hip stuff was a big no-no! She has Sirius radio in her car. One guess what the ONLY station she listens to is?

singingsoul1

That is funny. Yes my mother did not allow many thinks even how long my skirt had to be and no heels. Did not stop boys trying to date me but my parents did not allow it .
My grandmother was different she kept telling me all the thinks my mother did and they were as teenager not lady like 🙂

GrammyInD

Funny! Showed it to my husband and mentioned that they are speaking Turkish. He said a prominent turkish soccer team (Beşiktaş) has the colors black and white. So maybe that has something to do with this?
On another note, when we had our last family get-together with all the kids and grandkids, our daughters went out and got matching clothes for all the grands…..yep, dark blue and white striped shirts for the boys. We have an iron gate between the driveway and the path to the front door and at one point several adults went out to the driveway and closed the gate, followed by the grandsons who grabbed the iron bars and tried to open the gate….. looking for all the world like inmates trying to get out of jail! Got some fun pictures of that episode:).

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TheseTruths

What a cute story! I didn’t know what language they were speaking; thanks for that!

holly08

LOLOLOLOL 😆😍

TradeBait2

So funny! No words even need to be spoken for high comedy. 🤣

Tonawanda

Hilarious!

Barb Meier

Striped-shirt Saturday!

TheseTruths

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TheseTruths

“LeBron, have you ever thought about becoming a woman?” 😂
– Donald Trump if he owned a WNBA team

TradeBait2

YES!!!

Absolute hint truth bombs to MAGA and We the People in this. Not just the three I quote below.

“I’ve committed my life to this program to get this done.” 👀 👀 👀 👀 👀 👀 👀 👀
He’s not talking about TV programs with that statement.

“The fate of the country is in the next couple of years.” 👀👀👀

“The Republicans have been controlled opposition.” 👀👀👀

Tucker really did leave the plantation, IMO. Still have a side eye going to make sure. But he left DC to do his shows from home for good reasons. He’s a really smart guy. He knows who is going to win in the end.

Did FOX go controlled opp intentionally or are they swinging back toward us a bit to save their azzes? Just asking based on Bannon’s comments…

Have eyes 👀 on the DC police. Resignations, terminations, new hires, policing attitudes, strategy, etc. Bowser crying about the illegal invaders on their streets publicly now. Expect the Milley’s of the military world to step in to try to shore them up after not doing so for PDT and claiming it was not legal.

I don’t think disinformation does much good anymore on here or elsewhere except at the highest levels. The battles lines are too obvious for it to matter and there it is a frontal assault happening now. Bannon just told everybody what’s at stake if they were not aware. That means the war really did start awhile back. More proofs…

This is for all the marbles. Failure is not an option. Now more than ever, Lord, your will be done.

Gail Combs

“….Have eyes https://s.w.org/images/core/emoji/14.0.0/svg/1f440.svg on the DC police. Resignations, terminations, new hires, policing attitudes, strategy, etc….”

You forgot all the FAKE suicides right after Jan 6th.

Another DC police officer commits suicide after Capitol riot
nypost.com›2021…dc-officer-jeffrey-smith…suicide…

3 Aug, 2021 01:34

RT —TWO more DC police officers involved in Capitol riot response die by suicide, bringing total to at least 4

Two Washington, DC police officers who took part in the response to the riot in the US Capitol have taken their own lives, their department confirmed….

Just hours after the MPD confirmed Hashida’s death, the department told a local CBS affiliate that another officer, 26-year-old Kyle DeFreytag, had also taken his own life on July 10. The suicide was not reported until Monday….  Capitol Police officer Howard Liebengood and MPD officer Jeffrey Smith also committed suicide in the days after the riot.

A fifth officer, Brian Sicknick, also died soon after the unrest. While media reports repeatedly suggested he succumbed to injuries inflicted by rioters, medical examiners later determined he died of natural causes following a pair of strokes. 

Four others, all protesters, lost their lives during the riot, including two related to natural causes and one fatal drug overdose, while 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt was shot dead by police near the House chamber inside the Capitol….

CNN — S Capitol riot: 2 more DC police officers…Commit Suicide

(CNN)Two more DC police officers who responded to the US Capitol insurrection have died by suicide, authorities announced on Monday, bringing the total to four officers who have taken their own lives in the aftermath of the January 6 riot.

singingsoul1

Maybe it is a case of knowing the truth and they were a danger to the Jan 6 farce?

Aubergine

All the way to the Supreme Court. All the way.

This is the battle.

The lawless DOJ system has to be stopped. And Bannon knows it. He is standing in the breach, with the voice, the support, the money, and the COURAGE to take it to the end.

They’re gonna regret convicting this man of a fake crime.

Aubergine

Agreed.

TheseTruths

This unfortunate woman had had a couple of small, controlled eczema patches, not on her face, until she got vaxed. Now it is all over her face and she’s on expensive drugs. She has had 3 vaxes and says it got worse after each one. (So why keep getting them? She says she was “following doctors’ orders, following the government mandates”.)

I looked up TSW. It stands for Topical Steroid Withdrawal, something known within the eczema community.

So besides myocarditis, nerve problems, sudden death(!), etc., some people who had existing autoimmune disorders have had their lives turned upside down. I wonder if any of the post-vax protocols would help.

Aubergine

She kept taking them because she’s a sheep.

She’s STILL not blaming the vaxx. It’s a “perfect storm” of whatever the fuck. The doctors prescribing wrong medicine, blah blah. But it’s not JUST the vaxx!

This woman is a casualty of her own compliance.

The lesson? DON’T BE A SHEEP, for God’s sake. Think for yourself!

Doctors “orders” should not be a thing. Who gave them the right to “order” anyone to do anything?

I am so fucking fed up with modern medicine.

singingsoul1

Black seed oil might help her? I would try all natural remedies until one works. No meds for me.

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Aubergine

Maybe it would help. I don’t know.

I have this sick feeling these days that there is not much to be done to clear the vaxx or it’s byproducts from the body.

Once it has changed your DNA, and caused your immune system to start producing unnatural defenses, I’m not convinced there is any way to reverse it.

I don’t like it much, but that is what my rational, methodical, relentless mind is telling me.

singingsoul1

You might be right with the damage the jab has done.

Aubergine

Makes me sad. And sick.

singingsoul1

Yes it has an affect on us who choose not to take it.

Aubergine

It surely does.

singingsoul1

🙂

pgroup2

“Blood thinners and anticoagulants FOR LIFE is my guess as to the best way forward for the jabbed.”

________________
I have a chronic blood clot issue (which is likely complicated by early chemo for cancer) for which I am stuck taking Xarelto for life. A minor inconvenience to be sure but it costs $552 per month, courtesy of Medicare. And that’s only one of the costs of cancer.

As a cancer patient, I am very valuable.

TheseTruths

As a cancer patient, I am very valuable. 😊

I hope you are doing well.

pgroup2

I am. I did not mean I was only valuable because of that.

  :wpds_smile: 

TheseTruths

👍🏼

pgroup2

And every 3 weeks a dose of Keytruda at $12,000, plus whatever the infusion clinic and its staff cost.

Valerie Curren

That’s brutal–sorry. Hope you are doing OK now…

Aubergine

EXACTLY CORRECT, on all fronts!

RDS

Wolf Moon
IMO, not only blood thinners and anticoagulants for life, but also regular testing for blood clot detection and lung function.
And, NEVER AGAIN take another mRNA or adenovirus DNA “vaccine” or “booster” for COVID-19 OR any of its “variants.” Even if that means the person has to change jobs, change schools, etc.
It may well be that the only “vaccines” that are even relatively “safe” are those made from inactivated pathogens (CoronaVac, COVAXIN).

This is freaking unbelievable, but take a look — the AMA is pushing people who took an inactivated pathogen COVID-19 vaccine to get AN mRNA “BOOSTER” —

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2793443
“mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Booster After Inactivated Vaccine Primary Series”
June 21, 2022

The AMA wants people to get an mRNA “booster shot” instead of finishing out a primary series of 3 shots of an inactivated pathogen COVID-19 vaccine. The AMA is pushing that the mRNA “booster shot” may “offer better protection” against the virus.

Valerie Curren

goes along w/ today’s gyno-tyrant word!

Valerie Curren

Yup! & perhaps also sexual orientation aka perversion…

Valerie Curren

wish we all could forget it permanently!!!

Tonawanda

My wife and I were saying this morning, we are so happy we did not get the shot despite tremendous pressure. We did not lose jobs or anything like that, but we give up important things to remain uninoculated.

There is currently a LOT of very understandable disdain on our side for those who gave in (Day, Denninger, etc).

But we have friends and family members, some who thought we were lunatics, who took the shots. It is not possible to feel any joy or satisfaction about their self-inflicted peril.

OTOH between ourselves, my wife and I can agree that their continued stupidity (for those who still do not get it) proves they are in fact stupid.

It is not possible (IMO) for justice ever to be done on Earth for the evil inflicted on the gullible, or for the people who did not give in and now have to witness the consequences.

Aubergine

I know.

My son took it.

I have no words for how I feel about that. I just put the knowledge in a box, and try to pretend I don’t know.

Valerie Curren

So sorry Aubergine. My middle son still reluctantly flirts w/ succumbing to the death shot so he can cross the border into Canada to visit his girlfriend. The fact that he has Zero Vacation Days for the rest of the year is a round about blessing.

barkerjim
Valerie Curren

Thanks Jim! will pass that along to son ASAP!

Aubergine

Yes, that is a blessing. Hopefully by the first of next year there will be enough of an uproar that the shots are no longer available.

kalbokalbs

Love the optimism! Clot shot requirements fade away.

Aubergine

I really hope so. The midterms should accomplish a LOT. If they are fair.

Valerie Curren

One can hope but recognizing that the genocidal psychopaths will likely only drop one pathway to depop when another, likely deadlier, one takes hold (delusional sway) 🙁

Aubergine

🙁

singingsoul1

They are in a pit of self delusion what they believe. They are over educated and therefore they do not dig for info that could be counter what they believe and what propagandists told them. Those who pushed the jab are over educated also therefore it is truth in their mind. This is there religion.
What do we know nothing ?  😂 
I always say stupid is good just like a comfortable old slipper.  🙄 
My husband gets mad at me when I say that. I tell him I know nothing like Sargent Schulz.. 😂 

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Tonawanda

I always say stupid is good just like a comfortable old slipper.  🙄 

That should be in Bartlett’s!

singingsoul1

I had to research what Bartlett’s is 🙂

Aubergine

Lol! I say say stuff like that all the time.

“Don’t listen to me, what do I know?”

singingsoul1

Ha ha ha yes that seems to be like that. My grandmothers never knew anything in my mothers mind . To me then and now they were the smartest wisdom laden women that were a gift to any generation.

Cuppa Covfefe

Winder if “Vitamin I” would help, being an anti-parasitic, maybe the autoimmune stuff reacts similarly…

Or the FLCCC long-covid/etc. protocols…

Aubergine

Possibly. It works on so many things.

singingsoul1

The more I get into Black seed Oil the more I am impressed.
I tuck it on and off but now started to take it regularly .
I prefer the oil. Yesterday found out instead taking one tsp I could take 1/2 twice a day in a half cup of water. Before I took it with honey. I like to gather info from many places because each person has a slight different take on the oil and what the benefits are and how to use it. Sadly I do that with everything and then I put my own spin on thinks a little info here and there. Over time I found it helpful to me.

singingsoul1

You are right 🙂

Brave and Free

^^ABSOLUTELY^ ^

Tonawanda

Doctors are NOT to be trusted. Among many other people who stand at the gates.

Aubergine

True story.

singingsoul1

I agree with you. I do not think they are willfully misguiding they believe the science they read and their professional society papers.
My Dr son kept telling me I researched the science and it said this that does not work. Or, I fallowed the guidelines. I believe most doctors do not have the time are not on forums busy with family on days off. My son is very well read and all around educated guy very intelligent but somehow has blinders on. I am the wrong person to open him up to the truth. I have no credentials to hide behind.
Sure there are bad doctors just as there are bad people in all professions of life.

SteveInCO

Most medical doctors are not scientists. They have a scientific background, but they went through that education to treat patients, not add to human knowledge. The mindset is totally different from a scientist; they’re expecting actual scientists (some of whom are MDs doing research instead of treating patients) to tell them what to do.

They’re essentially technicians, qualitatively (though with far, far more training than most technicians).

singingsoul1

Good insight. 🙂 Thank you

Tonawanda

My primary is a very intelligent, soft-spoken guy from India.

He was totally intimated by the last two years. He could not carry on a discussion about covid. He either did not know what he was talking about, or pretended not to. His ignorance on the subject was breath-taking. And I was super nice and super respectful on my end.

God bless him. He did not even understand how callous he was. He just understood that his duty was to propagandize his patient.

TheseTruths

I think, and hope, that she’s on her way to realizing the true problem. She acknowledges that her issues are related to the vax, but she doesn’t know the whole picture yet. And she’s in the midst of a major health problem that has changed her life, which stresses her and takes time to manage. Since this video came out, she might hear from people who can push her over the red-pill line. I hope .that happens.

Aubergine

I hope so, too. Because she’d be a hell of a spokesperson. She can’t hide the damage. It’s her sadly-damaged, used-to-be-so-pretty, FACE.

cthulhu

So, tomorrow’s medical fun for me is (1) change PCP, (2) bludgeon PCP into ordering lab work I’m interested in. They’re going to want a lipid panel, a metabolic panel, an A1C and another I forget (these are pretty standard). In addition, I’d like something to monitor my zinc/copper and selenium situation, potentially a blood type, and potentially an iron test. Any ideas of which tests I should add on? There might be such a thing as a minerals panel — would that be good? Or is there a metals panel?

Valerie Curren

Hope it all goes well for you!

RDS

There are blood panel tests for vitamins and minerals. There are also blood panel tests for heavy metals.
Sending Good Energy to you for today’s “medical fun.”

singingsoul1

How are you doing? Still keeping you in my prayer.

cthulhu

The previous situation seems to have completely resolved on its own.

I am minded of Auric Goldfinger:

Once is Happenstance;
Twice is Coincidence;
Three times is enemy action.

singingsoul1

Good to know 🙂

Happy go lucky

https://hypothyroidmom.com/the-secret-poison-that-drives-hashimotos/

See this link for the complete thyroid list ☝️

Get Vitamin D for sure.

Mineral and metal testing can be done, metals usually ask for individually, however both of those testing can be less useful because the body wants to stick them in tissue to get them out of circulation, so they don’t show up as much in serological specimens.

Good luck.

Happy go lucky

YW 😎

pgroup2

Scientology has a detox protocol that supposedly flushes metals out of the body. I have no idea how well it works or if it works at all. As with most protocols in Scientology, it likely has a price tag.

BillBeakman

The late Andrew Hall Cutler Developed a successful protocol for Safely removing mercury from the body. Many parents of children on the autism spectrum are grateful for this protocol. Here’s a short description of his background:
https://www.ageofautism.com/2017/08/autism-community-mourns-passing-of-mercury-treatment-consultant-andy-cutler.html

Happy go lucky

Now there was a voice crying in the wilderness, moved only to help people, not get rich.

Cilantro and chlorella also have indications of removing Hg and Al, lots of good information on this blog, I’ve followed her for years, but with the caveat that she has a product to sell:

https://deeprootsathome.com/2-month-2-food-combo-chelates-heavy-metals/

BillBeakman

Have heard about chlorella and Cilantro as possible mercury chelators.
Cutler mentions them but perhaps coming from his background in chemical engineering, his concern was that dosing is a problem.
His protocol acknowledges that a chelator has the potential to aggravate symptoms by mobilizing and redistributing mercury…that’s why he calls for a low dose repeated every three hours (the half life of that specific chelator) for the duration of a round of chelation…
Look at the Amazon listing for his book and read the reviews.
Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment, What you can do to get better, How your doctor can help…Paperback –

Happy go lucky

Awesome thanks!

BillBeakman

You’re most welcome!

Cuppa Covfefe

It’s called the “Purif Rundown” and it’s dangerous. Beyond useless, and quite expensive.

When you take a third-rate sci-fi author, cross him with a medicine-show huckster, and add a fake religion/fake science coating to it, you end up either with Faust-Xi or L. Ron Hubbard. Both of whom are/were unapologetic FRAUDS…

RIP Lisa McPherson. Never forget the evils of RRPF and LRH…

SteveInCO

This is why I refuse to even watch a new Tom Cruise movie. Or John Revolta.

pgroup2

ThanQ for the edumacation.  🙄 

Aubergine

Vitamin D level. Essential to know.

Aubergine

Which is most people nowadays, sadly.

SteveInCO

So does the one cause the other? And if so which one causes which one?

SteveInCO

Certainly plausible.

I was thinking *possibly* a D deficiency caused people to retain fat (causality running the other way), but this makes more sense; I’d have a hard time believing a *prior* D deficiency was *that* common (but prior obesity would be another matter!).

litenmaus

Have them check your potassium levels cthulhu, the lack of potassium can cause problems….

Linda

Coothie, if the doctor won’t order those blood tests, then do it yourself. You can order them yourself from various sites online then go get the tests without a doctor. I order my own blood tests all the time because I don’t trust doctors anymore. This is the site I use:

https://www.ultalabtests.com

cthulhu

That is a really good link. Much more detailed than the link provided at https://questdirect.questdiagnostics.com/ or https://www.ondemand.labcorp.com/catalog .

TY!!

pgroup2

If there is no medical indication for particular tests, insurance won’t pay for them.

cthulhu

The question is whether they’d repay me for them if they turn out to illuminate a real problem.

cthulhu

Part 1 accomplished….but — surprise, surprise! — it’s not effective until August 1. So they get a week to brace themselves.

RF121

A full thyroid panel and you need a fasting insulin. Your insulin will go out of whack years before your glucose does.

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cthulhu

I just discovered Lugol’s solution about 2 years ago, and have since been supplementing Iodine. This has pepped me up a bit and is evidence that my thyroid was not working its best without.

Now that I have gained those benefits, where would I be going with a full thyroid panel? I would surely have benefitted from it two years and a week ago….but I’ve already found something that addresses that issue that seems to be working. Is there some sort of “fine-tuning” benefit available from numbers?

As far as the insulin/glucose/A1C/diabetes front…..I can be quite happy on nearly a carb-free diet, and that makes numbers get better. Slowly, slowly, I’ll add carbs in until the alarm bells go off, then I can go back to carb-free. I did that for years, until Obamacare started giving me random doctors each year as they all left individual practices and went into groups with steadily more Byzantine medical plans.

The doctor I just fired is partially because I got a lab, and she said (essentially): “Gotcha! You’re a diabetic! Take Metformin for life!” I didn’t get the opportunity to get back on the wagon that I’d done so many times before. And, of course, Covid hysteria made it impossible to do so many things over the last two years. In the meantime, the witch kept shortening the leash on my hypertension meds while stores were running out of toilet paper and tampons — which made me even less likely to want to deal with her.

All in all, I’d rather just stick with A1C and get tested for it in a couple of months after I’d cleaned up the prior quarter’s indulgences.

[One of these days I need to just say, “let’s go Keto!!!” for a few dozen pounds.]

piper567

cthulhu…B-12?

cthulhu

I have a hereditary thing from my mom’s side where I don’t absorb B vitamins well. I have long compensated (since I first lived on my own) by taking large doses of combined B supplements, like the “B-50” and “B-100” flavors. Whilst doing this over the decades, I have done niacin flush a few times.

After my grandfather passed away, I found out that he and my grandmother used to give each other B-12 injections weekly.

This, incidentally, was the same grandfather that used to tell me there were only two types of medicine: one made you feel worse, so you’d lie down and let your body naturally heal itself…..and the other made you feel better, so you’d go about your business and let your body naturally heal itself.

The thing is, I’ve been supplementing for four decades — what is a test going to tell me today?

piper567

cthulhu. What an interesting discovery ab your grandparents…pretty sophisticated! Grandad was wise: I like his 2 kinds of medicine. So true.
Kudos for your compensatory regimens, Many do not follow through, even when such clues or knowledge are present….to their detriment.

TheseTruths

The Babylon Bee: Joe Biden Calls Obama To Wish Him A Speedy Recovery After Hearing The President Has COVID

GA/FL

Most likely that’s not satire, but mostly true, proving the Bee has sources inside the WH.

TheseTruths

So far, Catturd is keeping Monkey and Wiggles.
Catturd:

My 2nd pup is Wiggles – no way I don’t keep the pup who looks and acts exactly like Smiles.

Smiles is the dog that Catturd found in horrible, skin-and-bones condition.

Wiggles:

To all you trolls … I’m staying at the Catturd ranch – cry more losers.

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cthulhu

Apropos of nothing in particular…..

Tonawanda

Wonderful and fascinating!

Of all the rapid cultural destruction talking place across the globe, the extinction of the English people and English culture makes me feel particularly sad.

scott467

I Would Do Anything for Love (but I won’t do that) [1993] is a great one 😁

If you check the comments below the video (any version I’ve seen), people always ask “What is it that he won’t do?”

It’s easy to miss the first time you hear it, because there’s so much else going on, and if you blink, you’ll miss it.

This is another of my favorites by Meat Loaf, Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad (1976). I’ve watched a lot of reaction videos to this song, and a lot of times people miss what’s happening in this song the first time they hear it, too.

It’s not as tricky as IWDAFL, but they usually focus on the storyteller (Meat Loaf) seeming to be a ‘bad guy’ (though honest) because he wants her, and he needs her, but he’s never going to love her.

And they miss that the same thing happened to him at the end, which is why he said what he did at the beginning.

Great song!

Aubergine

I think I’ve said something about this here before. The lyrics of a song are so important to me that I honestly can NOT enjoy a song for the music alone if the lyrics suck.

So the meaning of these songs has never eluded me.

The lyrics are the beauty of Meatloaf’s music. The stories are real, and incredibly relatable to most.

I feel the same way about Sting. His lyrics are incredible.

scott467

For me it’s a case-by-case basis.

A story type song obviously has the emphasis on the lyrics, but lots of songs are intentionally ambiguous, or open to interpretation, so the person hearing it makes it their own, in their own way.

And then with lots of songs, there’s the problem of not being able to understand WTH the singer is saying in certain lines, and many times, even when I look it up, it still doesn’t make any sense. Almost like whoever published the lyrics couldn’t figure it out either, so they just made something up 😂

Maybe another way to describe it is that some songs are about the ‘vibe’ or the atmosphere or the musical trip they take you on, more than a defined story with a beginning, middle and end.

Some songs very intentionally tell a story, while other songs just sort of wash over you, and the lyrics seem secondary.

There are lots of songs that I have no idea what they’re about, and it doesn’t bother me in the slightest.

Other songs, if I didn’t know what they were about, I couldn’t enjoy them, because the story is the whole point or purpose of the song.

For example, I have no idea what The Weight is about (by The Band). It’s an amazing great song. It makes no sense to me at all, but it’s impossible not to sing along to it, and it just makes me smile and feel good all over, every time I hear it 😁

I’m okay up to the first couple verses, really just the first one. In the second verse, I don’t know who Carmen is or why she’s walking with the devil, but starting in the third verse, at “Go down, Miss Moses”, I’m lost and I never find my way back. After that, I’m just feelin’ it 👍😁

Who’s Luke? Who’s Anna Lee? Why is the singer asking Luke to keep Anna Lee company?

Who’s Chester? Why is Chester following the singer into a fog? What ‘rack’ is Chester talking about that needs to be fixed, and why does Chester want the singer to take care of his dog, Jack?

Why is the singer responding like Chester is about to fight with him? Why does Chester answer by saying That’s okay, feed him (Jack, the dog) when he can?

I have no idea what’s going on at this point… but I’m still lovin’ it and singin’ my heart out… I know every word… I just have no idea what it means… 🤣

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I pulled into Nazareth, was feelin’ about half past dead
I just need someplace where I can lay my head
“Hey Mister, can you tell me where a man might find a bed?”
He just grinned and shook my hand, “no” was all he said

Take a load off Fanny
Take a load for free
Take a load off Fanny
And (and, and) you put the load right on me
(You put the load right on me)

I picked up my bag, I went lookin’ for a place to hide
When I saw Carmen and the Devil walkin’ side by side
I said, “Hey, Carmen, come on let’s go downtown.”
She said, “I gotta go but my friend can stick around.”

Take a load off Fanny
Take a load for free
Take a load off Fanny
And (and, and) you put the load right on me
(You put the load right on me)

Go down, Miss Moses, there’s nothin’ you can say
It’s just old Luke and Luke’s waitin’ on the Judgment Day
“Well, Luke, my friend, what about young Anna Lee?”
He said, “Do me a favor, son, won’t you stay and keep Anna Lee company?”

Take a load off Fanny
Take a load for free
Take a load off Fanny
And (and, and) you put the load right on me
(You put the load right on me)

Crazy Chester followed me and he caught me in the fog
He said, “I will fix your rack if you take Jack, my dog.”
I said, “Wait a minute, Chester, you know I’m a peaceful man.”
He said, “That’s OK, boy, won’t you feed him when you can?”

Yeah, take a load off Fanny
Take a load for free
Take a load off Fanny
And (and, and) you put the load right on me
(You put the load right on me)

Catch a cannon ball now to take me down the line
My bag is sinkin’ low and I do believe it’s time
To get back to Miss Fanny, you know she’s the only one
Who sent me here with her regards for everyone

Take a load off Fanny
Take a load for free
Take a load off Fanny
And (and, and) you put the load right on me
(You put the load right on me)
……………………………………………………

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Gillian Welch and David Rawlings’ cover:

Aubergine

Lol. I know exactly what that song is about!

Fanny is his wife or girlfriend or friend. She saddled him with everything she is supposed to be doing. All those people he is dealing with are the “load.” She sent him to deal with it while she “took a load off.” At the end he goes back to her.

I love that song, too.

Would it surprise you that I was almost an English major in college? I was so talented at interpreting poetry, my English professors were begging me to switch majors.

Aubergine

Thanks. I love interpreting poetry. I often have completely different ideas about what they mean than most people. 🙂

cthulhu

By contrast, a song like Roundabout by Yes has very atmospheric lyrics, but is essentially the soundtrack of a musical roller-coaster. You can almost hear the “click-click-click” of a lift hill in the quieter portions, while the famous driving bass line is heard running at full speed. It simply doesn’t matter what the lyrics are or whether they are intelligible.

scott467

100%

👍😁

scott467

Roundabout
Yours is No Disgrace
I’ve Seen All Good People
Starship Trooper
And You and I
Long Distance Runaround

I’m not sure if I know what any of those songs (by Yes) are about… I experience them more like musical journeys.

And the singing often seems almost like another instrument, like the lyrics are just put there for audience participation… because we can’t very well play the instruments with them, but we can all sing along, and the lyrics give us something to sing together 😁

smiley2

someone say meatloaf ?

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Valerie Curren

Ground report of sorts…

My son’s father-in-law just started falling down randomly the last few days & according to his wife has never fallen before. He fell three times in the last few days & they’ve kept him overnight at a local hospital to continue running tests to see if they can figure out what’s happening. He has no blood clots using standard tests (I mentioned D-Dimer to his wife) & neurological testing isn’t revealing anything so far…

Our son Josiah began randomly falling maybe like a year ago. In J’s case his right knee just randomly gives out him & he often falls down. This condition came on him suddenly with nothing that we can specifically associate it to. We used to wonder if it Might be a shed spike protein situation because it seemed to worsen after he spent time around people who’d succumbed to the “vax”…but we’re not sure. He had an MRI of the head (related to an old brain tumor) and they did further imaging, including with contrast, & nothing outside of “normal” parameters for him showed up.

With J we borrowed a cane from relatives so now on the days when he’s feeling particularly unsteady he Chooses to use the cane. He sometimes has a sense when his knee is going to be more problematic than typical. On those days his knee buckles randomly multiple times. Sometimes he can go up to a week or so without collapsing, though sometimes the knee gives out but he moves his body in a way to catch his balance on the other leg to keep from hitting the floor.

My son’s father-in-law is pretty elderly & would do the stairs like 15 times a day without issue for many years. His sudden condition (his left leg/knee where J’s is his right) change is currently unexplained. Unfortunately he did accept the “vax” like 9 months ago but apparently had no real issues.

Interestingly the wife & I somehow got into the clots in deceased people’s veins, as she works in the funeral industry. She remembers when Covid was first on the scene, & well before the shots she’s pretty sure, the people in the funeral industry were repeatedly surprised at how many of the deceased had their veins clogged, & even distended, by huge clot-like material. At the time “everyone was talking about it” but now it’s so common that these funeral employees rarely mention it.

I always thought those issues were more from the “vax” but perhaps they are more a function of the spike protein whether one gets that through the disease or the “vax”…

I couldn’t remember if we ever discussed the clots being a significant issue before the “vax” rollout here on the Q-Tree but this person’s recall would suggest it was happening earlier than we might have realized.

Gross bodily weirdness description immediately below...sorry…this is shared in the same vein as when Q-Treepers were describing weird & sometimes exceedingly personal Covid symptoms…NO Offence Intended!

This is gross…but I have a Couple of times noticed that some strange white rubbery &/or hard white plasticky substance has come out of my body on very rare occasions usually via the nose or from a raised bump like a pimple or a boil. I apologize about that grossness but never before having Covid did such materials Ever come out of my body. It made me wonder if that was evidence of some bodily mechanism to attempt to eliminate spike protein or whatever linked item that looks like white rubber in people’s veins is composed of. The hard white things were like the size of a small fingernail trimming & the rubbery blob that I couldn’t tear apart was smaller than a caper but shrunk to a hard seeming plastic sesame seed size ball within a couple hours even though I’d wrapped it up & intended to examine it under a magnifying glass & use tweezers to see if I could tear or at least pull it…

In the long-hauler’s category I continue to have coughing when laying down or shifting positions & cough up colored junk most mornings still now nearly 2 years since having Covid, even though I am not sick & haven’t had hardly even Any minor illness since Covid

RDS

Valerie Curren
The CDC actually has a webpage about Long COVID. Of course, they have to put in what is, IMO, the “standard propaganda” that “people who aren’t vaccinated against COVID are more at risk for Long COVID” stuff.
The FLCCC has a protocol for Long COVID that’s described on their website.
Does your father-in-law have any calcium and/or vitamin D deficiency? Was he tested for osteoporosis?
https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-long-covid-treatment/
http://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/long-term-effects/index.html

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RDS

So, a couple more thoughts:
About your father-in-law: Does he have an “old injury” to his knee or leg? Did he break his knee or leg (or even ankle) at some point, even years ago? When Yours Truly fractured part of a kneecap almost 25 years ago, she was told at that time that even if the break healed completely, it could still cause “problems” years later.
About your son — can he wear a knee brace? His doctor can order one for him. (Yours Truly used to go skiing with a friend who apparently had a broken knee at some point previously that was healed, and who strapped on a sort of “hinged” knee brace under her ski outfit. While Yours Truly was out on the “low intermediate” ski trails, she took the more-difficult trails with no problems.)
IMO, the difference between Long COVID symptoms appearing in a person who is UN-“vaccinated” and got COVID and recovered — and a person who DID get “vaccinated” and got COVID and recovered, is that the UN-“vaccinated” person still has a chance to reduce or even eliminate the Long COVID symptoms. But for “vaccinated” persons, since the enhanced spike protein in the “vaccines” has the embedded “instructions” to force the body to make tons of antibodies (for who knows how long), any Long COVID symptoms they have may continue for who knows how long.
(An aside — one believes it’s nasty propaganda that the CDC tries to guilt-trip the UN-“vaccinated” into getting the gene-therapy shots through pushing “the un-vaccinated are at higher risk of Long COVID” stuff. IMO, it’s the “vaccinated” who not only are risk for Long COVID — they may well be at risk for more severe Long COVID.)
There is also the connection between the brain, the body’s immune system, and health in general. IMO, in addition to following Long COVID treatment protocols like the ones listed by FLCCC (vitamins, supplements, meds if necessary), there’s also stress reduction, daily exercise, yoga, meditation, etc. (Yours Truly is not advocating that one needs to “become like a Buddhist monk” — but stress and anxiety can really do a number on the body, mind, and spirit.)

Valerie Curren

Thank you for these insights. Stress & varying degrees of anxiety have been part of my world since my disabled son’s arrival. God helps me get through but the old gray mare sure ain’t what she used to be!

I’ll try to pass your suggestions on to my son’s mother-in-law so that she can dive into this on her husband’s medical history 🙂

Valerie Curren

I don’t know about my Son’s father-in-law’s Calcium or Vitamin D status…

Thanks for this info!

TradeBait2

So sorry y’all are going through this, Valerie. Prayers for all.

Clotting is from the jab and probably the lab developed diseases they have been creating and enhancing for decades. It takes time to set up in your system and do its dirty work.

JMO – my wife began coughing up the white rubbery substance back in 2010 with a swine flu infection. It was like white gum that you could stretch. She no longer does so. What seems to have helped her through the years have been good hydration, essential oils and Young Living’s NINGXLA wolfberry/essential oils drink. I have not gone the drink route because so much of the contents originate in CHYNA. I use a small number of oils topically successfully like peppermint, tea tree, lavender and vanilla.

There are others on here more educated and experienced with this than me. My advice is to listen and apply what they suggest. IMO, for supplements, NAC (N-Acytel Cysteine) and Nattokinase could help clear some of the clotting from the circulatory system over time. I have been taking the later at Aubergine’s suggestion for 4-5 months. Will have a blood test in September and should learn more about its benefits then.

Aubergine

I would be really excited to hear those blood test results, if you feel you can share.

TradeBait2

Of course I will, especially for you. I had a marginal increase in cholesterol to 211 a few years back, but got it back down. Everything was in range 1.5 years ago. My weight is stable with then. The difference would be my diet and nattokinase.

Diet change – more eggs, more proteins, reduced snacks, maintain good hydration, etc.

Valerie Curren

Thanks for this great info TB. Glad your wife is doing better! What I cough up appears to be “normal” thickened colored phlegm, like what happens with a chest infection but I haven’t been sick since Covid. It’s not normal for this stuff to linger this long so I’ve chalked this weird change up to longhaulers. Very strange what your wife experienced. Seems like they’ve been trying to kill or at least compromise us for a Very Long time now  😡 

Gail Combs

Guaifenesin plus drinking lots of water works fairly well DO NOT USE tussin DM just mucinex or tussin or robotussin

DM stands for dextromethorphan,  a cough suppressant, which you do not want since the goal is to clear the lungs not mask the symptoms.

Valerie Curren

It’s been harder to get straight guaifenesin whenever I’ve looked for it (especially the generic/store brand versions). We get a decent supply when we can because Josiah can only have G since his transplant…

Valerie Curren

Thank you for your prayers too! We definitely need them!!! It’s pretty crazy times here w/ son’s wedding Saturday, rehearsal Friday, & hubby heading out of state Sunday to begin training for his new trucking job…& at some point this week we will need to move most of son’s things to his new home…

Aubergine

I would definitely try nattokinase for your issues with the “clot” things.

As for your son’s father-in-law, I would be concerned about minor strokes or brain bleeds. I hope they are doing tests for that.

Also, vertigo can be caused by inner ear problems, and corrected by a specialized physical therapist. I’ve had it due to crystals in my ear canals, and a physical therapist saved my life. That’s the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, health-wise.

Valerie Curren

Thanks for All of these tips!!! The falling down of son’s father-in-law is random collapsing leg, similar to what’s happening to Josiah. J has history of vertigo & balance problems but he’s Adamant that when he falls it’s Only his knee. He may have had “benign paroximal vertigo” as a child for issues were never really explained back in the day. Thankfully those issues are Mostly gone now  🤔 

I thought I saw somewhere that NAC might help w/ longhauler’s…

Aubergine

I read that, too.

pgroup2

I have balance issues but mine are from neuropathy aggravated by Keytruda. As for the bodily expulsion issues, you may find this hour long video to be illuminating:

pgroup2

I suppose that you’ll likely not be considered for director of the Kaufman fan club.  😂 

Gail Combs

I am on that committee too!

pgroup2

(… injects “no virus” defiantly and incongruously into the mix)

FWIW, I don’t see incongruity. Was his statement about negative responses to his queries incorrect? Because it seems to me that somebody somewhere should have isolated a sample of some virus.

Perhaps you could expound. And I’m neutral on his theory BTW.

pgroup2

He specifically said that he ordered virus samples [think he called them isolates] and was told there aren’t any.

Gail Combs

From yesterday. Patrick Gunnels fell for Kaufman’s lies.

He and Steve Kirsch had an on air discussion. There were some questions and Steve wrote a LONG substack:
https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/is-there-a-virus-round-1

Here are some excerpts.

I agree with Wolfie. You go with the hypothesis that best fits the facts. if a better hypothesis comes up you go with that. I remember when plate tectonics was first introduced in Geology.

The problem is NO BETTER HYPOTHESIS HAS BEEN ADVANCED!!! Steve asked Patrick on several occasions and Patrick refused point blank to suggest an alternate hypothesis.

#4. I do not understand why it must be proven in a certain way to specific standards (Patrick listed 6 steps). There are two options: the null hypothesis (viruses don’t exist) and the hypothesis that the virus exists. If we look at all the evidence we have available and 98% of the pieces of evidence are aligned with the virus hypothesis, then a reasonable man would choose to go with the virus hypothesis since it is more likely to be correct. Does it 100% prove that the virus exists? No, it just says it’s the hypothesis that is simply more likely to be true. For example, any set of experiments we can do I believe would be better explained by the virus hypothesis than the null hypothesis. For example, a simple one is to sequence the mRNA inside the capsid. A second person gets infected from the first person. If the mRNA extracted from the virus is a very close match, the null hypothesis would not be able to explain that simple experiment at all, ruling it out as a likely explanation of what is going on. If the genomic sequence is different, that does not prove a virus doesn’t exist; it could have mutated. Perhaps Patrick can explain a series of experiments that would be a better match to the null hypothesis? He didn’t give me any in our meeting. This makes it really hard for me to believe that the null hypothesis is the better match to the data. Science is all about assessing which hypothesis is more likely to match the observed data.

#5. I’m told that optical super resolution techniques today can resolve in real time 10-20 nm objects, much smaller than a 120 nm virus. It can even follow the trajectory of 8 nm spike protein. Moreover, Pacific Bioscience developed a single DNA sequence method that is straight forward, not relying on any cuts, by grabbing a DNA polymerase and seeing it copying the whole sequence. These are game changers technology. Are any of these methods acceptable? Why not? Patrick didn’t suggest any of these options. He just criticized the assembly process as inaccurate. Really? How accurate must it be? If it is 99.99% accurate is that sufficient? If not, why not?

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I know Judy Mikovits personally. I loved her book on Amazon on how masks don’t work. I devoured it cover to cover. A fast read full of great information.

Judy is a biochemist and molecular biologist. She is an expert in virology.

She’s smart, she’s outspoken, and she knows her stuff. She’s not intimidated by anyone. She worked at Fort Detrick on viruses for 22 years which has one of only four BSL-4 labs in the US.

I don’t know many people who are more knowledgeable than Judy. She’s like a walking encyclopedia. Whenever I call her, it’s like drinking from a firehose.

She also worked at big and small pharma. One of her jobs was teaching people how Ebola can cause disease in humans. Later, she received funding to research an association between a newly discovered retrovirus, Xenotropic Murine Leukemia Virus, related Virus(XMRV). She isolated five variants of XMRV and was infected because she worked in a BSL 2* lab (there wasn’t a BSL 3 lab available and the government lied to her and told her it was BSL 2 safe). She credits her survival to a couple of products she developed for HIV.

There is no doubt whatsoever in her mind that viruses exist…..

pgroup2

Both these two are making the case that there is no beneficial purpose for these vax shots. If they truly believe that there is no such thing as a virus, then it stands to reason that there is no need for anti-virus medications.

WADR, you are probably not able to listen to this vid objectively. As for me, I’m just observing. No conclusions. Yet.

Valerie Curren

Thank but I’m not going to do an hour long watch at this point (son’s marriage is this weekend so my time is limited)…what’s the bottom line that you were referring to?

Gail Combs

See Wolfie and my discussion on SNAKE OIL SALEMAN (Rock sweat, mI kid you not) Dr Kaufman. (Yesterday)

SteveInCO

Here’s some rock sweat:

(Cinnabar, sweating elemental mercury)

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Valerie Curren

THAT is pretty cool!

Valerie Curren

Glad you can get useful info out of my ramblings!  🤗 

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎ULTRA MAGA😎

My elderly fell alot, they finally traced it to his heart. After wearing heart monitor for 24 hours they determined he was going Brady. Insert pacemaker and it stopped.

For the fibrin build up take either Nattokinase or Serrapeptase. I took Spep for 2 years, worked wonders for breaking down and getting rid of scar tissue of all kinds.

Valerie Curren

Thanks BFly–great tips! Blessings 🙂

Gail Combs

 Nattokinase chews up the fibrin.
https://nattokinasehearthealth.com/

Valerie Curren

Thx for that tip!

Notasmidgeon

Do you have access to ivermectin? Take a full course of it per protocols of FLCCC?

Valerie Curren

Thanks for that tip. It’s my plan as soon as possible once we’ve got income coming in & have handled outstanding bills/debts! I’ve seen/read that it’s effective with Diabetes so was going to look into the appropriate dosage to treat that condition…

holly08

smiley2

Bild-Er-Berg

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TradeBait2

^^^ This.

GA/FL

The great reset?

GA/FL

GREEDY GHOULS!

GA/FL

Re: Gynocracy – I read, back in the 2000s, maybe during the first Øbastid campaign and selection, that the center for serious hard-core feminist power was the Seattle-Portland region.

It’s also the center of a lot of other stuff – like the foolishness of Chaz and Chop. And Communism. And abortion, euthanasia, population control, maybe even eugenics. And Bill Gates and his megalomanic presumptions of power.

Seems like I read that area was a center of witchcraft, satanism, etc. long years ago.

pgroup2

What makes you think that’s not still the situation here?