Dear KMAG: 20240226 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ Open Topic


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

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 yes, it’s Monday…again.

But we WILL get through it!

We will always remember Wheatie,

Pray for Trump,

Yet have fun,

and HOLD ON when things get crazy!


We will follow the RULES of civility that Wheatie left for us:

Wheatie’s Rules:

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

And while we engage in vigorous free speech, we will remember Wheatie’s advice on civility, non-violence, and site unity:

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

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

If this site gets shut down, please remember various ways to get back in touch with the rest of the gang:

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 Week:

phyllogenous

adjective

living or growing on leaves

Used in a sentence

The phyllogenous forms seem to be of a different character, but we are not concerned with them here.


MUSIC!

Not sure if I’ve used this one before, but it’s enjoyable.


THE STUFF

More on the Gab AI

I asked Gabby to do a self-portait in the outdoors, using the Watercolor interface. This is the first time Gabby chose a man – and a white man at that. Gabby consistently chose a dark black African woman in the past.

I have been studying the Watercolor engine to test its capabilities, biases, strengths and weaknesses. I will explore the results in upcoming posts.

One thing I have noticed is that Gab’s new interface tends to make each “conversation” with an engine tend to “fall into a rut”, which can be good or bad, depending on your needs. It’s good, in that it remembers what you just asked it to do. It’s bad, in that if you want bigger changes, you probably need to start a new chat. But in general, having options both ways is nice.

This tree, the prior two, and the next one were all done with the same conversation. They were all very similar, even with radically different instructions, some of which were trying to get the engine to do a “Wheatie Warrior” watercolor. I had to start completely new chats to make even some progress that way.

AI can be stubborn. Kinda like people.

Just sayin’!

And remember…….

Until victory, have faith!

And trust the big plan, too!

And as always….

ENJOY THE SHOW

W


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TheseTruths

Speaking of AI, Google’s version needs to be dismantled, IMO.

Catturd:

If you think I’m gonna to let @Google say these disgusting, defaming, blatant lies about me without me legally fighting them back, you don’t know the resolve and determination of an old country boy. Stay tuned. They’ve crossed the line.

Gail Combs

The Text from TeXasLindsay:

NEW: Google’s AI Response Alludes a Member of Congress is a P*d•phile

This response came from Google AI after simply asking for for a poem to be written in the style of <insert name.> This makes it the second time a prominent Conservative has received such an arguably defamatory warning from my research on Google’s Gemini.

The arguably defamatory warning that Google’s AI gave after asking for a poem in the style of prominent political commentator, @catturd2

, was the same response given when prompted to write a poem in the style of Congressman @Jim_Jordan

👉 Out of the hundreds of tests I’ve run so far on Google’s Gemini for people from both sides of the political spectrum—so far only Conservatives have received such an explicit and unfounded warning as a result of asking the A.I. for a poem.

In my opinion, these results show an exhaustive effort by the team at Google to train their A.I. to sway public opinion to discredit and smear Conservatives by going as far as to train its AI to associate Conservative views as the most vile accusations that one can make—the type of accusations that get people ousted from society.

Leaving one to wonder if the people training this AI have chosen to use data to villainize Conservative ideologies to the point they’re deemed unfit for the societal norms they’re aiming to create.

A.I. is progressing at a more and more rapid pace every day. There’s no time for anyone to drag their feet in addressing these issues since it will only get worse and more impactful as it becomes something society and governments rely upon for use.

I’m honestly shocked that Google is continuing to allow the public to have access to a machine that gives such defamatory outputs & warnings such as these.

kalbokalbs

Shocked about Google’s political slandering and lies? Not me.

AI is not my friend. Some day it may be, but I doubt it it. Gotta be an upside first.

mollypitcher5

Humanizing a computer, basically a machine programmed by unknown people is a very slippery slope. Adults in 2024 are still able to work it out that AI is a storehouse of information…might be factual..it might not. Children do not have the ability to discern this. If the current trajectory of using AI for information akin to an encyclopedia or the always unreliable Wiki or using AI for it’s “opinion” on any subject is going to be a disaster.

pat frederick

like any computer system
gigo

mollypitcher5

Yep . It’s weird that the 2 adults that I know who’ve been in absolute awe about using it rely on it’s ‘ talents’ to not only research for them but to ‘ write’ it for them. When they talk about it one would get the idea that it was a person doing this work for them. It would be sort of degrading to use of computer program to do this…but AI..it makes it seem like their personal assistant or something.

( lol, obviously I’m not an AI fan. me thinks it can go way worse the more power and trust people give it )

pat frederick

i trust my own instincts.
it can only respond in regards to what it has been fed. since i didn’t feed it, i don’t trust it.

Gail Combs

AI was fed by leftest ANTI-HUMAN TOTALITARIAN LOVING ASSHOLES.

pat frederick

well there ya go…GARBAGE in

pgroup2

Not very kind to the disabled, are you?  😂 

Gail Combs

NOPE…

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Fundamentally, that’s true for people too.

Otherwise there’d be no point to censorship.

What we *can* do is be suspicious of something, but if we can’t find out more information–i.e., find a different supply of “food”–then all we can do is baselessly speculate.

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Gail Combs

Which is why stuff gets memory holed.

I used to be able to use Google Advance to look up an old comment by using my name, key words and the URL of the site.

That no longer works and it has only been during the last year or so it quit working.

Cuppa Covfefe

I think they’ve be “trimming” the “Wayback Machine” as well…

They’re “revising” everything, from temperature records, to street and monument names, to history itself… using 1984 as a guide…

pgroup2

That is certainly a pessimistic attitude.

Cuppa Covfefe

Artificial “Intelligence” based on REAL STUPIDITY…

It’s just another marketing mantra, no substance, no truth…

Back in the day it was called “expert system(s)”… e.g. IBM’s ELIZA. At least that did useful work…

Barb Meier

gigo = garbage in, garbage out

Gail Combs

Or like Google that hides ‘inconvenient’ info

TheseTruths

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TradeBait2

The complete domination in SC is encouraging to me. Normally, I would expect this to happen when Tim Scott endorsed PDT and knowing the general consensus in the state. But SC is set up with willing election steal leaders such as James Clyburn, the same guy who saved Brandon during the primaries four years ago. Dems can declare as GOP and cross over in the primaries and the election steal apparatus would be in place with thousands of illegal ballots versus votes. Yet, it did not matter.

I suspect the Dems pulled back somewhat so as not to fully reveal the steal apparatus of methods/people they plan to use in the general in the fall. If you see them pull back from funding their campaigns in SC it means they will be using the funds and pushing hard for NC and GA.

Not conclusive for knowing if the white hats have clamped down the cheat appartus, helpful in seeing that patriotic Americans have figured out they need to go to vote in person on election day and raise hell about electronic voting systems with their legislators.

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pgroup2

Any state with mail-in ballots must have its voters vote as early as possible.

TheseTruths

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scott467

An independent advisor, for beaucoup $$$, to tell them what they already know, but don’t want to hear.

How could that not work out?

😂

scott467

Leaked conclusion to Adm. Donald’s upcoming assessment:

DEI is going to murder 300+ people when one of these planes goes down. That’s going to lead to a lawsuit that bankrupts Boeing — as it should — and the company goes away forever.

So you can keep playing stupid games and winning stupid prizes, or you can start acting like &^#ing grown ups and put people in charge who actually know what they’re doing.

TheseTruths

So glad you got hold of that leak! 😅 I hope that will be his assessment.

scott467

I have good sources 😁

Gail Combs

  :wpds_cool:  GOOD!

Deplorable Patriot

Yes, they need to watch the stock price. And, yes, I have personal stakes involved.

pgroup2

Yes, it’s that day again. No, not the one with camels.

cthulhu

The one with the polar bear.

pgroup2

My personal favorite.  🙂 

TheseTruths

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cthulhu

Also available in green, at no extra charge —

Gail Combs

algae growth….

Cuppa Covfefe

That one’s named Greta 😀

Gail Combs

  :wpds_chuckle: 

Cuppa Covfefe

Time to get the Camel filters… or maybe Camel philtres… 🙂

TheseTruths

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TheseTruths

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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It used to be that was their main method.

Just ignore anything that was inconvenient. Let the comedians wreck any honest conservative.

If one of them got caught in an outright lie they could lose their job.

Now of course that latter sentence is no longer true.

TheseTruths

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scott467

His Mom says he was always such a good boy.

pgroup2

Din doo nuthin.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

But she didn’t say so in English so how can we be sure?

scott467

I found the interview 😂

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mollypitcher5

So funny !

scott467

Those were the parents of Virgil Starkwell, a character played by Woody Allen, from the movie Take the Money and Run (1969).

I remember watching it on TV when I was a little kid, and just laughing and laughing at the sheer idiocy of Woody Allen’s character, like watching a movie version of Wile E. Coyote 😂

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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Ah yes that settles it then.

scott467

It’s hard to argue with someone wearing Groucho Marx nose & mustache glasses 😁

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I knew someone once who said, NO we should STAY in the UN. Then put a pair of those Grocho Marx glasses on the chair at the Security Council, and a sheet of paper saying “No!” but otherwise blow it iff.

scott467

He’s not an ‘immigrant’, he’s an invader.

smiley2

criminally insane foreign hispanic

and he’s butt ugly & moronic-looking, too.

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Aubergine

I’d bet my car his IQ is below 85.

Gail Combs

AND was in prison/mental institution before being dumped on the US border.

Aubergine

Likely.

smiley2

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pgroup2

I’m cornfused. Who is this?

scott467

Ted Bundy.

Famous for killing people with his unusually long right thumb.

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smiley2

notorious for killing nurses and other women.

and then having “sex” with their corpses.

he represented himself at trial.

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scott467

That too 👍

smiley2

…and he lost.

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pgroup2

I just couldn’t place him. Age is getting to me.

scott467

I think that’s a Miller ‘High Life’ beer carton he’s using for his legal documents.

Stay classy… 😂

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GA/FL

GO ELON!!!

pat frederick

they got married to JOIN their asylum cases and look more sympathetic
Feisty Hayseed
February 26, 2024 1:18 am
Laken Riley murder suspect Jose Ibarra was free because the system is broken
Laken Riley is dead because America failed to protect her.
For every crime her suspected killer committed, he was let free.
Every chance to prevent the tragedy that unfolded was squandered.
Police say the killing of the Augusta University College nursing student was a “crime of opportunity,” but it was an opportunity provided again and again by a callous Biden administration and a justice system gone mad.
The suspect, Jose Antonio Ibarra, illegally crossed the border into El Paso in September of last year. Yes, illegally.
Despite what activists might claim, he was not an “asylum seeker.” That’s a designation for someone who is fleeing religious or political persecution.
They cross the border, then, coached by charity groups, make bogus claims of asylum.
Ibarra’s wife admits that’s why they got married, “so we could join our asylum cases,” she told The Post, and look more sympathetic.

https://nypost.com/2024/02/25/opinion/laken-riley-murder-suspect-jose-ibarra-was-free-because-the-system-is-broken/

scott467

Says he’s only 5’3″ tall.

Somehow he’s ‘white’.

You can bet it wouldn’t say ‘white’ if he was applying for gov’t benefits.

Gail Combs

Just like Zimmerman was ‘white’ in the Fake News although his Peruvian grandma said they were part black.

TheseTruths

Is this report from one of the AIs?

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scott467

The key word is ‘terrorist’.

That means islamic groups should be at least the top 100 on the list.

What other religious groups, outside of islam, are credibly classified as ‘terrorist’?

What other religion teaches to murder everyone who does not convert to their religious terrorist organization?

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Please

Unspoken first on the list: seeee iiiiii ayyyyyy

TheseTruths

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scott467

Because they created the solution first.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Actually, because they created the problem…solving the previous problem.

Valerie Curren

final solution  😡 

TheseTruths

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cthulhu
scott467

“Will The Democrats Let Donald Trump Be President If He Wins?”
____________

Not if Schlurt Clichter has his way.

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pgroup2

It’s not up to them.

Gail Combs

I see the game Schlichter is playing. Huxley (UNESCO) talked about it.

You take an idea completely abhorrent to the population and one they do not even consider a possibility (like Pedophilia) and you gradually introduce it until it becomes the norm.

Only they do not have decades to do this so BOTH sides are helping to put the idea in our heads that Trump WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TAKE OFFICE. (And we just better get use to the idea.)

Brave and Free

The gaslighting is getting very obvious nowadays.

TradeBait2

Yup.

Gail Combs

And we are getting a lot better at seeing it and calling it out,even when it comes from the ‘Right’

Aubergine

I’ve got some ideas about this scenario, and what we will need to do. But I’m not going there yet.

kalbokalbs

Shy as we know ya are Aubergine, Give It A Go. (Please)

Aubergine

I’m not saying yet because I don’t want to give the enemy a peek. We need to be more careful about giving away what we might do.

kalbokalbs

👍

scott467

cthulhu

Iceland showed us the way.

pgroup2

Iceland is disgusting. They abort ALL Downs syndrome unborn.

cthulhu

Yes, and they can’t seem to spell properly — but they pioneered the “jail the bankers” gambit in the financial crisis of 2008. [ https://grapevine.is/news/2018/02/07/36-bankers-96-years-in-jail/ ]

cthulhu

It should be noted that Icelandic jails are not five-star resorts. “Iceland’s Kviabryggja Prison is an old farmhouse bound by the North Atlantic on one side and fields of snow-covered lava rock on another.”

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Gail Combs

We should see if we have something similar in Alaska.

Here is one that is ready to go on an island even:

Adak Island – One of the World’s Most Remote Abandoned Places

I flew to Adak Island – a remote Alaskan island in the north Pacific Ocean – to explore its abandoned US military base. More than 6000 people lived on the base at its peak in the 1980s. However, the base closed in March 1997, and most houses and buildings were abandoned. Now, Adak Island has only 33 permanent residents. Despite heavy winds and rain, I was able to fly my drone for several hours to capture this video’s spectacular footage of Adak’s ruins.

Another goody is Portlock, Alaska. I vote relocating the Dept of Edumacation there.
This Abandoned Ghost Town In Alaska Is Downright Bone Chilling

This town experienced over 50 years of hauntings, murders, and disappearances before the townspeople gave in and left

Although Aleut people have lived on the Southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula for thousands of years, no one had a settlement in the area until the 1780s.

This thriving town remained until everyone abandoned the village in 1950, with most residents moving to nearby villages down the coast. A mine tunnel, house pilings, and rusted cannery equipment are all that remain of Portlock, Alaska today.

So what happened? According to local history, an unexplained hairy creature continuously assaulted and stalked the villagers, murdering them and leaving their bodies, until they finally all abandoned the area….

14 Abandoned Places In Alaska

Portlock

Portlock, Alaska is a ghost town on the Kenai Peninsula. Located just 16 miles south of Seldovia, this small town began as a cannery in the early 1900’s.

Starting in the early 1940s, some Dall sheep hunters went missing in the woods. Shortly after, some of the missing hunters dismembered body parts began washing ashore. It did not take long for the entire town to evacuate; the post office ended up closing between 1950 and 1951.



Dozens of people went missing over a 20 year span, and many of the locals attributed it to Nantinaq, or a giant Bigfoot or Yeti type creature.

And this wasn’t the first time something like this happened. The locals claim that this legend has been around for hundreds of years. In fact, there is evidence of a previous community at the same Portlock townsite that had been abandoned years prior.

Whatever this creature may be, many people won’t go back to the village area. When the cannery needed workers to finish, they had to hire armed guards to watch over them during their entire stay.

Portlock is currently abandoned, and likely to remain so…

TradeBait2

Use Attu Island, Alaska as well.

My father was stationed there for a time in the Naval Air Force during WW II. Most Americans do not realize that the Japanese held this American territory island for a time.

I have a number of photos he took from his time there. It is a frozen, barren tundra with no way to escape and live to tell about it. The base the military built has long since been abandoned.

Pack them on there like sardines and let the polar bears have at them.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

The absolutely critical question here is whether polar bears range that far south.

Gail Combs

Just use the poley bears’ cousin…

Daily Kos:  ocean-swimming grizzly bears a sign that “something’s up” in British Columbia

No, it is a sign they are a close relative to Polar bears and can even mate.

The bear blog: Grizzly – polar bear cross confirmed

What is a pizzly bear?… | The Sun

A DNA test conducted by Wildlife Genetics International in British Columbia confirmed it was a hybrid, with a polar bear mother and a grizzly bear father. Pizzlies have cream-coloured fur like polars, but grizzly traits like long claws and brown patches.

Gail Combs

Given them GREEN Energy, DIY kits for solar panels and wind turbines.

TradeBait2

👍🤣

slowcreekno

And that is a place for the non-violent offenders such as these bankers. The big mountain on the peninsula across the water is Kirkjufell, 463 meters high (according to openstreetmap). And the black and white makes it look even more desolate.

Note to self: Don’t mess with the Icelanders.

scott467

From the tweet:

NEW: “President of Argentina Javier Milei will be introducing a bill to Congress to jail any Central Bank official who orders the Central Bank to print money to cover Argentina’s deficits.

Epic 🔥

Milei will be defining seigniorage as a criminal offense with the objective of not being “able to issue money to finance the Treasury.” “The bill will define seigniorage as a criminal offense and in case the Central Bank finances the treasury, either directly or indirectly, the president of the Central Bank, the board of directors, the president of the Nation and the officials who vote for it would end up in jail,” Milei said during an interview.

“We have a strong commitment in the fiscal area, zero deficit is not negotiable.”

“If you have zero deficit, you do not take on more debt. By not taking on more debt, the debt – product ratio becomes constant or decreasing and the counterpart of that is that you become more solvent.”

pgroup2

Wow. We need more like him.

TheseTruths

Tick-tock. Some comments about this were negative. People are tired of announcements and say, “Just release it, already!” Loomer has seemed pretty reliable, to my knowledge. One person who has always delivered on his promised dates is James O’Keefe.

Laura Loomer:

EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION ANNOUNCEMENT

A confidential source and I have obtained indisputable and career ending evidence against America’s most vile Attorney General.

This report contains nearly 200 documents, and the leftist DNC censorship machine will be working overtime to deflect your attention from this groundbreaking report.

Due to the highly political nature of this story, we’ve decided to release all documents via a public forum on Truth Social, X, my website, and my show @LoomerUnleashed

.

Once the story is released, I will host a series of X Spaces with a panel of legal, political, accounting and law enforcement experts.

The first part of the story will be released within the next 10 days.

Letitia James? Merrick Garland?

Brave and Free

Both being tied together in their actions against PDJT would be awesome.

Gail Combs

AND in THREE… TWO…. ONE…

Laura Loomer dies in a mysterious crash… Car or Airplane take your pick.

Aubergine

If she’s as smart as I think she is, there is a dead-man’s switch.

mollypitcher5

I might be way off base but I wonder if the Trump team isn’t helping her. She’s good but her investigations lately are really deep. She was at the SC rally that I went to and got a shout out from DJT. interesting

Aubergine

Hmmm…

Gail Combs

I certainly hope she has very good security. The CIA can be very nasty to ‘inconvenient’ journalists.

Cia weapon – heart attack dart gun!!!! andrew breitbart…

“The lethal poison then rapidly enters the bloodstream causing a heart attack. Once the damage is done, the poison denatures quickly, so that an autopsy is very unlikely to detect that the heart attack resulted from anything other than natural causes.

Michael Hastings was afraid his car was tampered with
Wiki

Numerous journalists have been murdered or killed in the United States while reporting, covering a military conflict, or because of their status as a journalist. At least 39 of these have been directly targeted as a result of their journalistic investigations.[1]

[1] Death stalks some reporters working their beats in U.S. by Thomas Peele
Aug. 01, 2012

… it’s happened at least 39 documented times in American history and probably more. Nixon certainly wasn’t the first thug to ponder killing journalists, but at least there is no evidence he carried it out.

The victims, almost all of them obscure, working on local stories long forgotten, have died in a car bombing, from bullets fired through windows, in street-corner ambushes, in lynchings, in beatings.

Donald Ring Mellett of the Canton (Ohio) Daily News was crusading against mobsters infiltrating government. (After he was shot dead, his short-lived paper won the 1927 Pulitzer Prize for public service.) Don Bolles of the Arizona Republic was investigating insider land deals between the Mafia and business leaders. Roby Heard, of the Los Angeles City News Service, was reporting on Nazi youth gangs.

William Mason of KBKI radio had pointed out ties between a dance hall in Alice, Texas, and the local sheriff’s department. A deputy shot him. “He had the nerve to tell the truth for a lot of little people,” Mason’s tombstone reads….

TheseTruths

7 seconds long. 😂

pgroup2

If you don’t like being called gay, then don’t act gay. Seems simple to me.

TheseTruths

I think he’s playing a part and the whole thing is a joke. I imagine it’s to highlight that guys who try to be women still obviously look like men, they’re not fooling anyone, and therefore they get called names because men can’t be women.

pgroup2

Oh.

TheseTruths

Scott Pressler:

I just spoke with a Muslim leader at a mosque & his entire community is switching to Republican.

They are vehemently opposed to democrats pushing the sexualization of children.

I’ll also be voting Republican this November.

pgroup2

I find that weird – that a high up muslim would dialogue with a queer. No matter what the subject was.

cthulhu

Presler is the kind of person who can talk to anyone.

pgroup2

Apparently so.   :wpds_unamused: 

mollypitcher5

He also isn’t advertising being gay as a selling point to his presentation.

TheseTruths

This is key.

Aubergine

This is true.

Most gay people I know center their entire existence on their sexual preference, which is very off-putting, to say the least.

Scott’s sexuality is an afterthought, something like his eye color or handedness. He doesn’t dwell on it, or make it an issue. So it rarely is one.

When most gays were like this, back before they were “out of the closet,” the world was a saner, better place.

pgroup2

I couldn’t agree more.  🙂 

Aubergine

🙂

smiley2
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Cuppa Covfefe

Shades of Ricarda Lang, Chair (extra-heavy-duty wide load) of the Greens over here…. Where do they get all these leftard crazy beached whales…

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Robert Baker

My theory is that the wind turbines are to blame. They are like a siren song to Greens. The only solution is to tie yourself to the mast- with duct tape.

Gail Combs

Tie THEM to the mast VANES with 9/16 nylon rope.

pgroup2

Balance is critical.  😮  😂 

barkerjim

Was thinking how hard getting the proper balance would be.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Tape one shitbag on each vane of the windmill.

Actually, tape five of them on each vane (they’re big enough); it should be possible to divide a group of 15 shitbags into three groups all of the same weight.

And you can always add a small trim weight somewhere if needed.

So that just leaves one more question: Head out towards the tip of the blade, or head in, towards the rotor?

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Gail Combs

Leave it to an engineer to solve the real life problems.

I think you could move them from the tip towards the center to adjust the balance.

We could call it the ‘Save The Eagles Program’

Since they would help keep birds away.

Cuppa Covfefe

Or have them slide back and forth…

Sort of a tilt-a-whirl for perps…

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

True, *slight* adjustments along the length of the could be used instead of trim weights (that’s just a matter of equalizing their moments—freshman physics). I wouldn’t want to put them AT the center though because the centripetal force would be significantly less.

Robert Baker

I personally would like to see an AI artist rendering of your concept. I believe it would sell a lot of prints. In watercolor of course.

pgroup2

Nice re-write.  😂  😆  🙃 

cthulhu

The Gab AI self-portrait looks like he’s channeling his inner Woody Allen.

smiley2

agree

Aubergine

He looks like “Where’s Waldo” in street clothes to me.

scott467

This is a recent Michael Saylor interview with a young yootoober.

I must have watched dozens of Michael Saylor interviews over the past couple years, and every one is fascinating. And different.

He may have a general framework of points he could cover, depending on where the interviewer’s questions go, but every interview is unique.

The interviewer asks a question, and you may get a 10 minute long, stream-of-consciousness answer that is interesting, coherent, comprehensive and non-evasive.

I have never seen anyone else do interviews like this. He just seems (to me) like an interesting, intelligent, well informed person who is grateful for the opportunity to talk about his favorite subject.

And it shows!

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kalbokalbs

Dominate exactly what?

scott467

“Dominate exactly what?”

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I’m sure he meant that Bitcoin would dominate the markets, i.e., that in 2024 Bitcoin will outperform any other traditional investment or asset class by at least 100%, and probably more, maybe much more.

Bitcoin was under $27k in October of last year, today it’s at $54,545. That’s up over 100% in less than four months, and it hasn’t even taken off yet.

This is the year of the halving, which occurs every 4th year, where the amount of Bitcoin mined each day around the world is cut in half.

So in April, newly mined Bitcoin supply is going to be cut from 900 per day to 450 per day.

At the same time the new Bitcoin ETFs are buying up approximately 10 times the current newly mined supply, and soon to be 20 times the post-halving newly mined supply.

Keep in mind that the Bitcoin mining companies (publicly traded companies on NYSE, NASDAQ, etc.) don’t have to sell the Bitcoin they mine, unless they need to raise cash to keep the lights on.

When the Bitcoin bull market begins (usually a couple months after the halving, this year the bull run started early), the mining companies STOP selling the new Bitcoin they mine each day, because they know the price is going up (way up) in the near future, so they hoard it.

So when the halving occurs in April, and only 450 Bitcoins can be mined each day, worldwide, the new supply could actually drop to zero, if the mining companies stop selling their newly mined Bitcoin and hold onto it for price appreciation.

At that point, the ETFs will have to buy all of their Bitcoin on the open market, which means the major exchanges, which effectively means a company called Coinbase, the same publicly traded company that has custody over the Bitcoin held by most of the new Bitcoin ETFs.

Coinbase is the ‘vault’ where most of the ETF Bitcoin is secured.

Coinbase is also the major U.S. Bitcoin exchange, where many retail investors (who want to buy or sell Bitcoin directly, instead of going through an ETF) buy and sell Bitcoin.

The amount of Bitcoin on Coinbase (and other exchanges around the world) is at or near all time lows, which has never happened before in the run-up to a halving.

The money going into the Bitcoin ETFs is only expected to increase, as more and more asset managers begin to allocate 1% of assets under management to Bitcoin (Fidelity Canada just did this recently, all the others will follow, certainly including Blackrock).

The ETFs must buy Bitcoin, regardless of spot price, within 24 or 48 hours of the time shares in the ETF are purchased.

The ETFs are averaging around 3,500 Bitcoin per day (net, after taking into account the dumpage from GBTC, the previous Bitcoin ‘trust’ that converted to an ETF, which is losing Bitcoin to the other ETFs), if I remember correctly, and that should be going up as the sales forces for the funds complete training and begin recommending a 1% to 5% allocation of Bitcoin to their clients. Many funds are waiting until the end of the 1st quarter, so they can use the ROI increase in their Bitcoin ETF as a selling point.

At the same time that all of this increased demand is happening (demand that is way over what retail investors were doing before the ETFs were launched), the newly mined supply is going to be cut in HALF (in April), and even that will mostly be held onto by the mining companies for future appreciation.

That means the ETFs will have to buy their Bitcoin on the exchanges like everybody else, at spot price. The problem is that the amount available for purchase on the exchanges is at an all time low, and if the ETFs continue buying at 3,500 Bitcoin per day, the supply on exchanges will be GONE at some point before the end of this year.

What happens when there is effectively zero supply, but demand is constant or rising?

The price has to go up, in order to entice owners to sell.

And most people who invest in Bitcoin aren’t going to sell in the middle of a bull market, because why would they sell something today that will be worth more tomorrow, and the next month, and the month after that, for the next 18 months (on average)?

Many online polls show that the majority of Bitcoin holders won’t sell until Bitcoin hits $1,000,000.

That’s only 18x from today’s current price of $54,355

I say “only 18x” because Bitcoin has done more than 18x in previous bull run cycles. There is also a theory about diminishing returns as the asset class grows, but that is based on the end of the previous bull cycle, which was cut short by the FTX (Sam Bankman-Fried) fraud.

With all of the tail winds as we approach the halving this year, there’s no way to predict what multiple Bitcoin could reach. Conservative estimates are 3x ($150k). Upper estimates are $400k. Most analysts don’t want to guess higher than that, because so many analysts’ predictions came up short last cycle, due to the FTX debacle.

There is no guarantee it will go up by multiples of the current price, of course.

But with dwindling supply, increasing demand, the 9 new ETFs (with another from Schwab on the way), not to mention regulatory clarity and approval, the halving, updated accounting rules (FASB) making it easy for corporations to hold Bitcoin on their balance sheets, and more, it’s a powder keg in search of a spark.

And it’s rolling toward an open flame around April 16th (the halving).

Bitcoin is up $2,627 today, as of 4:05pm

$2,871 as of 4:24pm.

$3,019 as of 5:19pm.

As the price continues to go up, I suspect more and more people will begin to allocate at least 1% to 3% of their portfolio to Bitcoin, and the ETFs make it easy and safe to do so.

If Bitcoin goes to zero (anything could go to zero, but it’s extremely unlikely), a 1% to 3% loss isn’t going to be catastrophic to anyone’s portfolio.

But if Bitcoin does 5x, that would be a nice boost.

Approached from that perspective, there is limited downside and strong upside.

A favorable risk / reward situation.

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kalbokalbs

it’s a powder keg looking for a spark.

  • Double edge sword, MeThinks.
  • Investing in something one cannot see. Cannot touch. A bunch of ones and zeroes. What could go wrong.

Sticking with stuff, I can see, touch….

cthulhu

….stack….

scott467

Another of my crypto analysts likes gold too.

In October 2023, the gold to Bitcoin ratio was 13.5oz of gold per Bitcoin.

The current ratio of gold to Bitcoin is 27 ounces of gold to 1 Bitcoin.

His plan is to sell a portion of his Bitcoin and buy gold when the ratio hits 100oz of gold per Bitcoin.

So if he bought one Bitcoin today for $56,000 and the ratio gets to 100:1, his effective cost per ounce of gold would be $560/oz.

If he bought one Bitcoin last October for $27k and the ratio gets to 100:1, then his effective cost per ounce of gold would be $270/oz.

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scott467

My crypto youtube guy just sent out a message that today was Blackrock’s biggest inflow day yet for their Bitcoin ETF:

……………………..
“BlackRock’s #Bitcoin ETF, $IBIT, experienced a record-breaking volume of 42.55M, with a total $ Volume of $1.32BN.

Per my VOL model it likely resulted in the acquisition of approximately 8,076 BTC, or a hefty $420M in $BTC, not even including the other ETFs

There is no slowdown!”
………………………

He’s not really a ‘crypto guy’, he worked as a professional FOREX currency trader in Europe for over 20 years IIRC. He lives in the U.S. now. He focuses on stocks, real estate and crypto, but for youtube, he covers mostly stocks and crypto.

His overall focus is on ‘disruption’ and anything that causes disruption, so that means a heavy focus on technology, Artificial Intelligence, Tesla and crypto, primarily Bitcoin, but a couple others too.

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kalbokalbs

Blackrock.

scott467

Bitcoin’s low today was at $50,920.

It is now at $56,226 $56,437

This is an asset with a $1.09 $1.11 trillion market cap, and it has moved up 10% almost 11% so far today.

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scott467

He’s so serious! 😂

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smiley2

yeah…too serious.

kid’s got some anger & resentment issues goin on.

look in his eyes.

frustration + anger

not cute.

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Aubergine

No, not cute. It made me sad for him.

scott467

I just saw it as a little boy, being a little boy 🙂

cthulhu

I hope De Pat’s show went very, very well on Sunday. She’s probably still at the after-party, that wild-and-crazy gal!

Deplorable Patriot

After party is on Friday this week.

Yesterday…well…technology bites sometimes. We’re borrowing radio controlled mics for the soloists, and at the first church, on the mother system at the church that owns them, they worked fine. Yesterday, we checked them all before the show, and with an empty room, they worked like a charm. However, there were still antennas on the substitute control board, and with all the cell phones in the room….

Mine went out during my solo. Fortunately, there were a handful wired into that church’s sound system, so we improvised. I also have operatic projection, so me singing wasn’t a problem. it was the speaking parts. Some of the others just didn’t get that we couldn’t depend on the wireless.

Hopefully, Friday will be better.

rayzorback

Technical (Equipment) Difficulties are no fun.
Ask me how I know. 🙂
(I play in a Band)

Deplorable Patriot

We’re due to do a sound check at the last church (the one where I grew up) on Wednesday, but…unless we tell the house to TURN OFF mobiles rather than just silence them, I’m afraid the same thing is going to happen. Fortunately, the guy doing sound, and one of the guys playing a Disciple both know the sound system at that church well. If we have to turn on the mic at the Ambo for me, then we do. I know the room, so I don’t need amplification, but several others do.

rayzorback

Many wireless systems use 2.4Ghz. It often gets interfered with by local wi-fi networks and causes drop outs and/or interference with the wireless signal. I use a 5.8 Ghz wireless system for my Bass Guitar for this very reason.

Deplorable Patriot

I’ll have to remember that. Thanks.

Cuppa Covfefe

Just about everything in the known (and unknown) universe uses 2.4 GHz, as it’s one of the few “open” bands.

Remote-control toys, microwave ovens, kids’ walkit talkies, FM transmitters for hearing aid broadcasts (and remote mics for performers), and a whole host of other things.

There are some solutions. Sidebands or subchannels, or digital signal encoding, which my son’s hearing assistance devices used (Comfort Audio, now bought (and ruined) by Phonak) which were pretty much immune to interference.

There are ways to get around the crosstalk and interference….

[Funny thing, there were a couple of other hard-of-hearing students in my son’s high school, and he could hear their teachers lecturing (via his FM receiver) as he was going in to class… and he could also hear the teacher(s) if they forgot to turn them off 😀 Could learn a LOT from that 🙂 ]…

cthulhu

Did the kiddies manage to show up?

Deplorable Patriot

More of them did, yes.

cthulhu

Yay!

Deplorable Patriot

The girls that live behind us…their dad brought them. He can be a total pr!ck. No one was going to mess with him.

cthulhu

GA/FL’s Sally Q is supposed to be getting a pacemaker installed today. They had been hoping for Friday, but her little sojourn in the arms of medical science had left her veins in a questionable state for running anesthesia. Here’s hoping that the procedure goes smoothly and is a great success.

GA/FL

Thanks so much, Coothie. I was wrong – it wasn’t for the anesthesia that they needed the left arm veins that are shot due to IV fluids and meds – and all manner of lab draws – they need the left arm veins to put in the pacemaker. This means they have to use an MD anesthesiologist and go into the upper arm or above with the lead for the procedure.

Thanks so much to all of you dear hearts for your prayers, advice, and encouragement. It’s been 40 years since her diagnosis – a long road of challenges – teaching me many lessons and that I need GOD and other people. You are the best of support groups in our journey and a reliable source of Truth for all our national and international trials!!!
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Your prayers are worth more than gold to me.

cthulhu

We’re all pullin’ for Sally Q, her medical team, and you — her family. Let us know the news as soon as it is confirmed.

Gail Combs

👃 that all goes well and Sally Q improves greatly.

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PAVACA

GA/FL
Sending much Good Energy to you and to Sally Q, and much Deep Wisdom to the surgical team.
Having learned the hard way from past experience, please have a notebook with you if/when you have questions and/or concerns for anyone on the medical staff. Get them to explain things in “plain English” so you can write it down.

Please update when you can!

TradeBait2

🙏 continuing.

Aubergine

Praying for you both today. God bless and keep you.

Cuppa Covfefe

Prayers up for you and Sally Q  🙏  🙏  🙏 

scott467

You and Sally Q and your ex-husband are on my Qtree prayer list each day 👍

scott467
eilert

Here is a bit more information about the lander.
It actually landed on the side but is still functioning. The only problem is with the antennas not directly pointing to Earth. This means communication is weak.

cthulhu

And, now, for something fun….

scott467

This was interesting. Apparently written by a former hedge fund manager who was in a position to know about these things.

If I understood correctly, one aspect of this is that nobody actually owns the securities (stocks) they think they own. That was phased out in the mid 1990s (IIRC), and the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) was changed to make it possible.

So title / ownership of all stocks are held in a ‘pool’, and when the system collapses, those securities will be transferred to creditors, and the People lose everything.

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Link to pdf book: https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/1ee786fb-3c78-4903-9701-d614892d09d6/taking-feb24-screen2.pdf

Link to html version: https://mpalmer.heresy.is/webnotes/TheGreatTaking/

cthulhu

There is a similar situation in real estate.

The old way, everything real estate had to be filed at the county courthouse — similar to posting the banns at the local church for weddings. The thing is, if you bought your house with a mortgage and refinanced it three times, the county filing fees were a chunk of change — so the banks said that they’d do all the interim real estate transactions in a bank ledger, but promised on a stack of Bibles that they’d file the paperwork at the county when you paid off the loan or sold to someone else.

As a result, real estate titles for the last 20 years are suspended in limbo.

Brave and Free

Not mine 😊

kalbokalbs

Nor mine. 😊

cthulhu
kalbokalbs

^^^ Highlights a positive financial future.

Everything will be coming up roses.   :wpds_smile: 

The Bitcoin thing at the end, interesting.

Personally, I don’t trust, Bitcoin.

Gail Combs

“…Personally, I don’t trust, Bitcoin.”

Nope, Nope, Nope…

I do not think I saved it, but a prominent leftest was involved at the start.

rayzorback

I sure wish I had bought some when they first came about.
I think I could have bought them for around a quarter.

kalbokalbs

IIRC, pennies. Literally way way back, when Bitcoin first came out.

scott467

“Personally, I don’t trust, Bitcoin.”

_____________

That is actually the beauty of Bitcoin.

There is no trust required, or even possible.

It is trust-less.

Other financial instruments require trust, they depend on gatekeepers, intermediaries, with multiple potential gov’t attack vectors, etc.

Bitcoin is peer-to-peer. No intermediary. No gov’t can intercept or halt or take over the system. It is outside their control.

This is precisely why Bitcoin is a threat to their entire control system.

It is a monetary system that no government controls. They can’t inflate it, or deflate it, or raise its rates, or lower its rates. All the corruption and manipulation they do to their own currencies, destroying the purchasing power and thereby robbing their own populations blind, is beyond their reach with Bitcoin.

This is why Bitcoin was created, in the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis.

It is decentralized, meaning there is no CEO, there is no headquarters, there is no one for any government to target or issue a ‘cease and desist’ order to. There is no one to intimidate or arrest. There are no ‘corporate assets’ to seize. There are no shareholders. No board of directors. There is no human ‘in charge’ of anything for the gov’t to threaten or arrest or murder.

Governments can try to ban it, and governments have tried (including chyna), only to un-ban it soon after, because public interest and usage only increases when people are told they can’t do something, and the gov’t couldn’t stop it, so keeping the ban in place just put a spotlight on the government’s powerlessness.

Control freak governments hate it when the public sees their powerlessness.

This is why governments (and their MSM puppets) are always lying about Bitcoin, trying to scare the public, lying about how Bitcoin is used for criminal activity (criminal activity being something the political-class and propaganda media actually know something about).

It’s the U.S. dollar that is used for the vast majority of all criminal activity and money laundering, not Bitcoin, because Bitcoin is kept on an open ledger for the whole world to see. That’s why HAMISIS was telling their ‘supporters’ to NOT send them Bitcoin after the attack on October 7th, last year.

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TheseTruths

ray of sunshine

😱

Gail Combs

One of the reasons for the EARLY DEPLOYMENT of the DEPOP CLOT SHOT for the elderly and putting Covid cases in Nursing Homes.

scott467

Apparently the Lefties are having a meltdown over this mockery by Aubrey Plaza 😂

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smiley2

😂 👍 ba da boom

phyllogenous happy hour with snacks …..

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updated version…

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kalbokalbs

Nicely done.

cthulhu

It’s easy to get lost in http://www.shorpy.com …..

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eilert
smiley2

preach it.

👍

God Help us.

smiley2

😀

cutie pie

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Gail Combs

I am going to bring this forward from yesterday.

What Scott misses is the Left is just a very LOUD minority.

Much of ANTIFA and BLM are PAID activists. They interviewed some of the Occupy Wall Street crowd and found they were CLUELESS they were just there to party and for the excitement.

Look at the Fake News vs Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk and even the Badlands.

CNN loses nearly 90% of its… | Daily Mail Online

CNN kicked off the new year with a staggering decline of nearly 90 percent in both viewership from its overall audience and critical target age demographic.

The network averaged just 548,000 viewers during the week of January 3, a precipitous drop to the nearly 2.7 million viewers from the same week in 2021

👉548,000 viewers = 548k views! Badlands gets 1/2 that on a good day!!!

Just Human (Kyle’s rumble acct where he reads court cases and discusses them)

You are the frame. You are the support.5 months ago  8.35K views

Badlands Daily – this is a daily new show. 14 days ago 67.8K views

Defected Ep. 56 29 days ago 208K views

Devolution Power Hour #218 30 days ago 243K views

Bannons War Room 9 days ago 51.6K views

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

About Died Suddenly in the younger set. We DO have the statistics they are just not from ‘official sources.’.

11/16/2022 EXCESS MORTALITY: Over 2400 Americans are DYING each day following vaccine mandates… Ed Dowd unveils alarming, evidence-based data

Here’s just one chart from Ed Dowd that shows excess deaths following the introduction of covid-19 “vaccines” (experimental mRNA injections): [age 25 to 44]

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Across the population, Ed Dowd explains in the interview, excess mortality is running about 32%. Around 7,700 Americans routinely die each day, and 32% of that comes to 2,400+ deaths per day. That’s only counting America. Global deaths are, of course, far higher.

Credible estimates of global deaths from covid-19 vaccines have been compiled by other analysts and experts, and they claim that at least 20 million people have already been killed worldwide from covid-19 vaccines, making the scale of this “vaccine holocaust” more than triple the size of the historical Holocaust atrocity….

The interview with Ed Dowd, here’s the standalone interview video:

Brighteon.com/fedc3b74-6f5b-42c8-9386-8f8abbd8ef91

FEB 11, 2023 What funeral directors know that you don’t
In 78 years, they never had a 15 year old who died from a heart attack. In December 2022, they had 1 a week for three weeks straight. Nobody is talking about it publicly.

Ever since the vaccines rolled out, deaths are up, particularly among young people.

I talked to the owner of many funeral homes across the US; collectively they handle over 3,000 funerals a year. He asked that his name be kept confidential for fear of retribution.

Overall, their business is up by 50% after the vaccines rolled out and it’s not proportional… young people are a greater portion of the deaths.

For example pilot deaths at Southwest Airlines are up six-fold after the vaccines were mandated.

My source said that normally they’d see 1 stillbirth/month pre-vaccine. After the vaccines rolled out, they were seeing as many as 12 stillbirths a month. But they noted that many hospitals will dispose of these cases directly and NOT involve the funeral home, so they are only seeing a fraction of these deaths; the actual increase could be much larger than the 12X max increase they observed.

In the 78 years they’ve been in business, they can’t recall ever having seen a 15-year old die from a heart attack. In December 2022, they had 1 a week for three weeks straight.

A very experienced nurse I consulted (over 20 years at UCSF) had never even heard of a 15-year old with a heart attack in her entire career. Now, she hears of these cases on a regular basis.

The Missing Babies of Europe
Nine months after mass vaccination, 110,000 fewer babies are born. In the U.S., birth data is scarce, and few mention the F word: Fertility

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PAVACA

Gail Combs
Thank you.
These are all representative of the increasing MEDICAL TSUNAMI of COVID-19 “vaccine”-induced illnesses, injuries, disabilities, and deaths.

The FDA KNEW that these things would happen BY THE EARLY FALL OF 2020, when Pfizer-BioNTech submitted the ACTUAL data from the lab rats AND from the “human lab rats” that had been injected with BNT162b2 in the company’s C4591001 “clinical study” of this “vaccine.” And yet the FDA STILL went ahead and granted the initial EUA for BNT162b2 to be used in the United States on 11 December 2020.

The CDC CANNOT have been — nor CANNOT now be, ignorant of the damages and deaths that these “vaccines” DID DO — ARE DOING — AND WILL DO. And yet, the CDC has put these damnable “vaccines” onto the agency’s Immunization Schedules.

Gail Combs

The fact france withdrew HCQ the fall BEFORE Covid hit SHOWS it was a world wide DEPOPULATION EFFORT>

Note CHINA never used the mRNA ‘vaccine’
What Do They Know that We Don’t?… China Has Not Administered a Single mRNA Vaccine to Any of Its 1.45 Billion Citizens
And there was that CIA report that the Chinese were favored by the Cabal because the Chinese are smart but easier to govern.

Cuppa Covfefe

They value the group over the individual.

Prime pickings for communists/collectivists…

TradeBait2

Human lab rat experiment.

I really don’t know what else needs to be said for people to realize our cabal involved leaders have corrupted America into joining forces with evil doers world wide.

PAVACA

TradeBait2
ANY person who ever took, or now takes, ANY COVID-19 “vaccine” is STILL a “human lab rat.” Especially since the FDA now uses the “Option 4″ authorization method that allows for authorization of a COVID-19 ‘vaccine” with NO animal OR human clinical trials AT ALL.

Deplorable Patriot

it’s going to take generations to recover.

I do know a number of people with big families who refused the shots. With all luck, their kids will help out humanity.

Gail Combs

I think they miss-calculated. The unthinking leftist sheeple were the ones to take the Clot shot. The truly religious, those who do not follow the herd, many of POTUS Trump’s followers DID NOT.

TradeBait2

I agree, Gail. I think they missed the targets that mattered the most.

Our daughter has contributed three to the cause.

Gail Combs

Also after the shut downs many are now home schooling.

Happy go lucky

That’s a huge win

Gail Combs

Yes it is.

scott467

“What Scott misses is the Left is just a very LOUD minority.

Much of ANTIFA and BLM are PAID activists. They interviewed some of the Occupy Wall Street crowd and found they were CLUELESS they were just there to party and for the excitement.”

________

I’m aware of that! 👍

Valerie Curren

TY Gail for keeping this damning info before us, along w/ CV & many others. I used some of what you shared here in an email with a friend who believes the shots are good…sigh.

In the course of my communication with her I went looking for that article about the French man/doctor, I believe, who’d taken a covid shot & found his tumors significantly increased. The archived versions I saw no longer had the compelling image showing but I found it via search engine:

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https://web.archive.org/web/20220924122220/https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2022/09/mrna-covid-vaccine-booster-lymphoma-cancer/671308/

We are in Never Forget territory!  😡 

pat frederick
Gail Combs

Actually that is #2 🤓

Nov 8 2022: Sir Evelyn de Rothschild dies aged 91: Financier and philanthropist who helped unite British and French arms of famous banking dynasty and was one of the Queen’s financial advisers passes away ‘peacefully at home’ — Daily Mail

  • Sir Evelyn de Rothschild died ‘peacefully at home’ his family has confirmed 
  • He was the CEO of the NM Rothschild and Sons Ltd bank between 1972-2003
  • Under his watch, the family bank’s assets ballooned from £40m to £4.6bn
  • He was knighted by the late Queen in 1989 for services to banking and finance 
pat frederick

good

Gail Combs

  :wpds_cool: 

pgroup2

GR

Good Riddance

pat frederick

R Green
February 26, 2024 7:40 am

BREAKING: Ronna McDaniel Officially Announces Her Resignation From the RNC
https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2024/02/26/breaking-ronna-mcdaniel-officially-resigns-from-the-rnc-n2170573

Gail Combs

About time!

Brave and Free

Her part in the play has ended for now. I am sure she’ll return in another act. Probably to run in the vacancy Mittens is making.

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kalbokalbs

As the RNC begs for donations, Rotten Ronna’s golden parachute likely hidden.

Cuppa Covfefe

She deserves a lead parachute…