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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sean Parnell was Trump's original endorsement for the PA senate race. He would have been a solid candidate. But Parnell had to drop out after abuse charges from his ex-wife during a child custody battle. At that point, Trump might have seen Oz as the only viable option. Surely he couldn't endorse McCormick. If he thought that Barnette couldn't win in the general election, or that she had a background that might have been a ticking time bomb, then how could he endorse her? I think Oz was the only choice left. To not endorse Oz would have meant Trump stays out of the PA senate race entirely, which is not an option due to its crucial role in taking back the senate. Oz sucks, but what other choice was there for victory?

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is not the sort of discussion that my original post was meant to stimulate. Where illness comes from is determined 100% by identifying its cause. A virus must first be identified, then it must be proven to cause an illness. Neither of these two facts has ever been established for any virus or any so-called viral disease. It says nothing of any other possible cause. The sources I cited in my original post were a way to begin investigating that claim. If you don't want to center the discussion on whether definitive proofs have been made to establish viruses as real and as causes of disease, then you've missed the whole point of my post. Not taking the virus question head on is the very reason I posted.

My words do not at all imply that (most) illness is in anyone's head. I directly stated that in general, it's caused by toxicity: in the food, the water, the air, the soil, and especially the pernicious, manmade food-like substances that I see most people's carts filled up with anytime I'm in a store. So that a great deal of this toxicity is, unfortunately, willingly internalized. The fact that people are given the scapegoat excuse that a foreign "pathogen" such as a virus is what causes their illness serves to bolster this willingness to accept toxicity in the way one lives, because it's the bogeyman lying in wait so that there's nothing anyone can do about it.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, I haven't, because I never get sick, because I know there are no viruses, and I don't willingly poison myself with the world's filth. And those I might have treated don't get sick either, because I've taught them that there are no viruses, and to not willingly poison themselves. Virus theory is a mental disease which we've all contracted, but which we are all able to recover from.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why not settle the question now? Then you'll know Marburg is just another scam. The reason why they still have to inject everyone to poison them is because transmissibility of a so-called virus is a scam. The old-fashioned way is still the only way to do it.

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Gandiva 5 points ago +5 / -0

Please do not confuse the idea of contagion with the idea of germs. They are two absolutely separate phenomena. Contagion by itself is not evidence for anything at all, other than that illness may sometimes (though certainly not necessarily) have a common origin. Though what such an origin is has never been convincingly demonstrated . . . not even once. So it's anybody's guess what it might be. Women living together synchronize their menstrual cycle, but we don't jump to the conclusion that some particle jumped from one to the other. When someone nearby yawns or laughs, we start to as well, but we haven't "caught" anything material.

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Gandiva 2 points ago +2 / -0

Almost. No bacteria is bad. Look up Terrain Theory versus Germ Theory, especially as explained by the names in my original post. These people have put a lot of thought into explaining this. But that's getting further out ahead than I wanted this post to get. And no man has created a virus, though some men are viruses themselves.

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Gandiva -1 points ago +1 / -2

It's heartening to be amongst so many willing to exercise skepticism.

I believe parasites can cause illness as commonly claimed, though I doubt they get much of a foothold inside us when we're healthy and taking good care of our bodies. Some of them actually perform useful functions for us.

As for bacteria, that's a little further down the rabbit hole than I want to take anyone in this post. But since you asked, look up Terrain Theory versus Germ Theory, especially as explained by the names in my original post. These people have put a lot of thought into explaining this.

Bacteria do exist, of course. See if you can find one study that has ever proven a bacteria causes illness (other than septicemia).

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Gandiva 2 points ago +2 / -0

There are many possibilities. I do not deny that some evidence exists for contagion. Contagion by itself is not evidence for anything at all, other than that illness may sometimes (though certainly not necessarily) have a common origin. Though what such an origin is has never been convincingly demonstrated . . . not even once. So it's anybody's guess what it might be. Women living together synchronize their menstrual cycle, but we don't jump to the conclusion that some particle jumped from one to the other. When someone nearby yawns or laughs, we start to as well, but we haven't "caught" anything material.

It could also be that families eat together, and so eat something bad together; live together, and so encounter the same environmental pollutants or toxins; experience the same stress together; and their bodies are constantly able to share information via chemical or energetic mechanisms.

Look up Terrain Theory versus Germ Theory, and you'll get some people's ideas who've put a lot of thought into this.

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Gandiva 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your question has more to do with the theory of contagion than the theory of viruses. I do not deny that some evidence exists for contagion, although what contagion actually is has never once been proven. Contagion by itself is not evidence for anything at all, other than that illness may sometimes (though certainly not necessarily) have a common origin. Though what such an origin is has never been convincingly demonstrated . . . not even once. So it's anybody's guess what it might be. Women living together synchronize their menstrual cycle, but we don't jump to the conclusion that some particle jumped from one to the other. When someone nearby yawns or laughs, we start to as well, but we haven't "caught" anything material.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

4 steps:

  1. Refer to sources in my original post.

  2. Find the study that proves a herpes virus exists.

  3. Find the study that proves said virus causes said symptoms.

  4. Get back to me when you find it.

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Gandiva 4 points ago +5 / -1

Sean Parnell was Trump's original endorsement. But Parnell dropped out after his wife accused him of abuse during a child custody battle. Otherwise, we would have had a solid MAGA candidate who would have won. Oz was the only one left anyone could work with. Cathy Barnette had not yet shown herself to be viable, and even if she had been, Trump expressed reservations about her past. So, here we are. At least Oz will owe his political existence to Trump, so that's a bit of a leash, and he will win Dem votes in a very purple state.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

You could try to find a doctor willing to grant you a medical exemption. I have a friend who is a federal employee who was able to get one and keep her job. But she had to find a doctor in a different state where they are not threatening doctors who grant medical exemptions. Call all your friends in red states and find out if they know any doctors sympathetic to this issue. Doctors in other states can issue medical exemptions for patients in other states.

Also, homeschooling. I'm not well-versed on this for states like California. I'm sure there's something more than I can think of.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

I love this site because of people like you! Only, go easy with the language on anyone already willing to question the phony narrative. Those who haven't figured out yet that virus theory is a scam are still on the same team. In fact, those of us who know this are still in the minority around here.

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Gandiva 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would judge that most of Great Awakening still believes in the existence of viruses. I feel in the minority here, because I have figured out that virus theory is a scam. But there are enough people here who have figured this out that I am able to openly talk about this, and they're helping wake up those who haven't figured it out yet. My recommendation to you is that you read the book Virus Mania, 3rd edition. It is the most important book anyone could read right now.

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