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Bidensbrain2020 12 points ago +12 / -0

The "vax" shedding thing is a mystery. There seems to be some evidence of it, but the evidence isn't really strong and the mechanism of action is also unclear. Part of the problem is that the shots may have different effects on different people, for example, some people may keep cranking out spikes while others (probably most) do not. The quantity of material being shed would probably be small, but some people may be particularly sensitive. I personally have been around people who took the shots and have never noticed anything.

One thing that is a definite concern around a heavily "vaxed" population is they may be more likely to be contagious with SARS itself. And they also all have brain AIDS... so best to avoid them.

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the tip! I've only ever used Bitcoin, which seems ok for value storage and large transfers but it doesn't seem very scalable for normal transactions. It also seems more traceable than I would like, I have heard that Monero is better for limiting transaction tracking.

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Bidensbrain2020 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you certify... We will send... another strongly worded letter!

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, it's true that the FTX problem doesn't happen with properly decentralized crypto, as opposed to letting the exchange store the crypto.. but most people leave the coins at the exchange either out of ignorance or because they are actively trading.

But isn't there a lot of pump and dump activity on decentralized platforms like Ethereum? NFTs etc? The technology may be solid but there is a miasma of scams surrounding it I thought

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Bidensbrain2020 5 points ago +5 / -0

It should be possible to do genetic testing of new babies born to vaxxed parents and see if this is really happening.. I don't know if anyone has done this kind of testing.

The claim was that the eggs were being edited by the reverse transcriptase, sterilizing future babies.

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is interesting! I had concluded based on posts from Steve kirsch and others that these clots are real but that the causes are not well understood. It seems not all embalmers are interested in speaking up about it, even if it is happening.

Stew Peters does not do a careful job and the video is riddled with errors, but the clots are one thing I have not seen claimed as false. Even the errors that do exist are mostly just exaggerations of a real effect or carelessness in citing examples, some of which are inaccurate.

I wish someone else had made this video properly but the fact is there already had been lots of coverage of this evidence, but none of it got this level of engagement. If this gets traction maybe it doesn't matter if it's completely accurate. So far, nobody I share this kind of info with will listen anyway...

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

True.. in fact there are already some federal regulations but I don't think they have been examined for constitutionality. But anyway working at the state level may be more productive given the level of BS at the federal level

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

The media is the primary problem. It doesn't matter how obvious the crime is if the media spins it into virtue or just doesn't report it at all.

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Bidensbrain2020 4 points ago +4 / -0

Constitutionally elections are the business of the states, that's where they have to be fixed

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yeah, where is she going to go? Is there a place with more AIDS than Twitter?

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

You certainly are getting down votes!

I think part of my personal reaction to his tweet is that, if they kids remember it as worse than it was, maybe that's ok. They took an important lesson in why tyranny is bad, maybe a stronger one than if they remembered it with more precision. At this point any take away in the right direction is going to help the cause of freedom. If they are angry at government, that is good!

If we weren't under total lock down, that's only because they couldnt pull it off. Maybe the kids just understood the true nature of the situation and skipped to the punch line

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's not easy to win because the response was not logically valid. You can't win an argument with someone who disregards logic..

"Only women can get pregnant" does not imply that "all women can get pregnant" so the existence of infertile women is irrelevant. But they don't believe in logic, only emotion.

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

"I'm taking responsibility but it was a staffer who done it"

What kind of moron believes that?

Then I remember that some people are wearing masks outside

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are correct in this but I wonder about whether the tweet author is being disingenuous, which I think it what people here are reacting to. If the kids actually remember not being allowed to go out, and that isn't true... Or if they are just being loose with their verbiage. Where I live I didn't really change my habits much excerpt for my office being closed. Apparently there was a curfew but I didn't even know. Everything was closed and people were wearing masks which is just plain irritating.

But some people who are a bit crazy stopped leaving the house.

Point is, what is the authors point? He says these kids have an inaccurate memory (or an imprecise expression of it) The subtext is that nothing that bad happened and these kids remember a fiction. I think it was a travesty even without actually locking down china style or Australia style, and not to be minimized.

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Re renovations i remember years ago seeing some stuff about some art group that had access to lots of parts of the building and i thought there were renovations or something as well, in the towers.

Re. the fuel, I would imagine there would be huge gaping holes into the elevator shafts and service plenums that go down at least as far as the express levels 1/3 of the way down the building.

But it may be that we never know exactly what happened there, since most of the evidence has been destroyed by this point.

and then there's building 7 ;)

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Bidensbrain2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the detailed answer!

The bridge is facetious I assume, it's not the same situation.

I did watch the 9/11 whistleblowers video, one of the people featured worked for UL who originally certified the steel in the towers. The claim made there was that the certification should have prevented the weakening required for longer than the time that it took to collapse. It's worth watching, it has a lot of good info.

https://odysee.com/@ConspiraciesFromCatholicPerpective:2/911-Whistleblowers-(FULL-DOCUMENTARY-2019):7

So at least according to that, either the steel was not matching the certification, the certification missed some aspect that allowed the failure, or something else was involved that is not part of the official story.

The idea of a controlled demolition of the towers does seem highly improbable and difficult to undertake. Although there were stories about some unusual "renovations" that had been going on that could have provided some cover for something along these lines.

One thing about the jet fuel - it seems likely to me that it would have flowed into the core and all the various shafts that connect down to lower levels? In fact I thought that was the official theory of what happened. But that would divert the fuel for the fire to other locations than the floors where the planes hit, where it appeared to begin collapsing.

I think I can get behind the idea that "I don't know anything for certain anymore"!

Appreciate the response!

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm curious what you think happened to cause the collapse of the tower (I wanted to hear the conclusion of someone who sounds sensible)

I guess the official story is jet fuel burning in the center core? But the ul whistleblower said that the steel was rated for a much longer time in those conditions?

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