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Tewdryg 2 points ago +2 / -0

The democrat congress can get Trump's tax returns through the courts based on fishing expeditions, but Hunter Biden's laptop and the SARS (Suspicious activity Reports), not a chance.

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Tewdryg 8 points ago +8 / -0

That's what scum do. It's always the very bottom part of Graham's Hierarchy of Argument pyramid to attack the messenger.

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Tewdryg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very true. I like former US army Colonel Douglas MacGregor wisdom. He would be a great general or even Chief of Staff. But heck, every interview I see of him, he looks do pasty. I hope he's in good health.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I thought 6 PM was the time of release........ I'm waiting with baited breath.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have over the course of 2 years used this research of my mine to use as Cease and Desist letters when I was kicked out of businesses for not wearing a mask. This is less of a page of the 29 pages of written material, to which it was sent cetified by US mail to the business that violated my rights. This was during the lock-downs, but every place immediately lawyered-up to respond to my allegations. Lawyers are not cheap, especially the one's maintaining offices in the big cities. These were typically the lawyers I dealt with. It was really using the enemy's tactic of 'lawfare' for responding to my allegations. The cost, including retainer fee, lawyer/paralegal research, materials, and print to respond cost these businesses on average well over a thousand dollars. One of those businesses was a place I wanted to pick up a $20 bottle of Pinot Noir wine. The $1500 or so I cost them was satisfactory to my discrimination being a disabled veteran. I call that an even bargain for that bottle of wine.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

The OSHA regulations have long stated this in their own regulations.... until the Plandemic occurred. They use to advise against wearing respirators for more than a short period of time. This has been an OSHA policy since the 1960s and before.

OSHA "updated" their provisions for politically weaponizing it's organization and to be more agreeable (ergo, 'collude') with the CDC. The fact remains that there are no studies that have determined N95 respirators are effective against Covid-19 or any other pathogen. There never was.

The N95 was designed for the coal industry for particulates. If there is any efficacy that the N95 respirator has against Covid-19, it loses this capability within minutes of donning the mask.

Respiratory moisture from exhale, as part of the excretory process, initially traps pathogens, but as the moisture builds up, it soon clogs up the 0.3 micron gaps in the filter. Instead of filtering, the respirator becomes a Petri dish for pathogens. The intake of oxygen becomes more labored for the individual pulling air both from the sealed edges of the mask and pulling pathogen-laced moisture from the fabric of the filter into the lungs. OSHA provides the following caveat in this event.

In the event extended use or reuse of N95 FFRs becomes necessary, the same worker is permitted to extend use of or reuse the respirator, as long as the respirator maintains its structural and functional integrity and the filter material is not physically damaged, soiled, or contaminated (e.g., with blood, oil, paint).

Notice the key words -- "as long as the respirator maintains its structural and functional integrity....".

A moisture-ladened respirator has indeed lost its functional integrity. And becomes a form of self-inflicting waterboarding. The loss of functional integrity is one major reason why respirators are worthless against Covid-19 and other pathogens. This is why wearing them is a matter of minutes, not hours before adverse health effects become evident. Oxygen depletion and inhaling exhaled CO2 leads to deleterious ramifications starting with headaches, light-headedness, heart palpitations, irregular heartbeat, to a compromised immune system.

The CDC does not say this and claim an N95 mask can be worn for "many hours Interrupted. Yet, the CDC have been caught in many LIES and have a history more more concerned about Eugenics than saving lives. After stating the above, the CDC provides this convenient disclaimer:

You need to discard your N95 mask in any of the following situations:

Discard yours after close contact with an environment or area of a patient that is co-infected or infected with the disease. Dispose of your mask if it is contaminated with nasal secretions, respiratory secretions, blood or any other bodily fluid. Get rid of your mask after using it in an aerosol-generating procedure.

Note: N95 masks only need to be worn in a particular context. Wearing it every time or continuously is not recommended. It does more harm than good.

Any business that tells you must wear a face mask is in violation of OSHA safety standards, specifically 29 CFR §1910.134. OSHA Director of Safety Programs stated that the scientific research conducted by OSHA establishes that having an oxygen level below 19.5% may be deadly, or result in organ failure and severe bacterial infections (e.g. pleurisy). Wearing a muzzle immediately reduces oxygen flow well below 19.5%, in clear violation of OSHA safety standards.

29 CFR 1910.146 Paragraph (d)(2)(iii) of the Respiratory Protection Standard states extensively its rationale for requiring that employees breathe air consisting of at least 19.5 percent oxygen. The following excerpt taken from the OSHA preamble and explains the basis for this requirement:

“Human beings must breathe oxygen . . . to survive, and begin to suffer adverse health effects when the oxygen level of their breathing air drops below [19.5 percent oxygen]. Below 19.5 percent oxygen . . . , air is considered oxygen-deficient. At concentrations of 16 to 19.5 percent, workers engaged in any form of exertion can rapidly become symptomatic as their tissues fail to obtain the oxygen necessary to function properly (Rom, W., Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 2nd ed.; Little, Brown; Boston, 1992). Increased breathing rates, accelerated heartbeat, and impaired thinking or coordination occur more quickly in an oxygen-deficient environment. Even a momentary loss of coordination may be devastating to a worker if it occurs while the worker is performing a potentially dangerous activity, such as climbing a ladder. Concentrations of 12 to 16 percent oxygen cause tachypnea (increased breathing rates), tachycardia (accelerated heartbeat), and impaired attention, thinking, and coordination (e.g., Ex. 25-4), even in people who are resting.

At oxygen levels of 10 to 14 percent, faulty judgment, intermittent respiration, and exhaustion can be expected even with minimal exertion (Exs. 25-4 and 150). Breathing air containing 6 to 10 percent oxygen results in nausea, vomiting, lethargic movements, and perhaps unconsciousness. Breathing air containing less than 6 percent oxygen produces convulsions, then apnea (cessation of breathing), followed by cardiac standstill. These symptoms occur immediately. Even if a worker survives the hypoxic insult, organs may show evidence of hypoxic damage, which may be irreversible (Exs. 25-4 and 150; also reported in Rom, W. [see reference in previous paragraph]). https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/federalregister/1998-01-08

OSHA further states the following: “In some cases, respirator use itself can cause illness and injury to employees. There are a number of physiological burdens that are associated with the use of certain types of respirators. The weight of the respirator, breathing resistances during both normal operation and if the air-purifying element is overloaded, and rebreathing exhaled air from respirator "dead space" can all increase the physiologic burden of respirator use (Exs. 113, 22-1, 64-427). Job and workplace conditions, such as the length of time a respirator must be worn, the level of physical exertion required of a respirator user, and environmental conditions, can also affect the physiological burden (Exs. 113, 64-363). In addition, workers who wear glasses or hearing aids may have problems achieving appropriate fit with some respirator face pieces.” https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/federalregister/1998-01-08

The above happens as soon as you wear a mask. So, how can the CDC also state: "...an N95 mask can be worn for "many hours Interrupted."? Another highly important thing that you need to know is that every FDA-cleared N95 mask is tagged ”single-use” throwaway gadget. Yet, the CDC recommends limiting the number of N95 reuse to no more than five.

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Tewdryg 8 points ago +8 / -0

Even Jill's peanut reaction is most likely caused by former vax☠xination.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Quite right, You made some excellent points about parasites. Mentioned in another post, I stated that the term 'parasite' is a very broad term. However, it is befitting of the description because parasites come in many forms. As part of this, all diseases 'may' be differing symptoms of fungus/mold/fermentation infections. It's another parasitic form.

We know that fungus is ubiquitous among us... (regretting the rhyme). Nevertheless, every cell in our body is born with fungus in them. It's another world of checks and balances in our bodies at every instant of time. I wonder sometimes whether cosmic fungus entering into the world was the Creator's punishment as a result of the original sin. Fungus is integral to aging, every process, resisting every step of the way, When it starts winning, this when we see disease.

When the body's immune system is compromised, it's like you stated, 'parasites' are able to infiltrate and under the right circumstances, able to multiply. Whatever form the parasite might be, it leaves a toxic brew of secretions damaging and killing cells. When a large number of cells die at once, it is called 'necrosis'. The dying cells is when the fungus in the cell is freed to multiply and causes fermentation within the cell. If you think about it in regards to Nature, this is part of the process of decay. Every living creature in Nature is subject to this.

Returning to the fermentation process in the dying/dead cell. it continues until the outer membrane of the cell finally ruptures. The aftermath of this is "budding" and this can be seen with a microscope.

Now, this is one aspect of the process. Another process is for normal cells to package up all the toxins that enter the human body from the outside environment. The remarkable process is that our cells continuously package up these toxins in proteins called 'exosomes' and then eject them out of the cell. Our excretory system rids the body of theses exosomes. When there are an excess of exosomes leaving the body, it shows up as systems of disease. Part of the excretory system is sneezing, coughing, sweating, exhaling, etc. When we are overloaded with exosomes, our excretory system accelerates and amplifies. What virologists call viruses may really be exosomes. The virus theory is only a working theory that has been accepted by the scientific community at large. Earlier I mentioned the term, "budding". This is the point that Virologists say, "Look, it's the virus." Except, it's not a virus at all. This 'budding' consists of fermented and toxic substances that act to signal 'clean up' cells for cleaning up cells. These clean up cells are exosomes that travel throughout the body.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Brandon Smith" sounds familiar to me. Did this dude once work for InfoWars? I think he left a long time ago because of AJ's bullshit.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks, by the number of down votes I received, I wonder what ever happened to respecting the other person's opinion? It seems I have no right to take a different direction from the herd mentality and take a different path? Wow, get along lil' doggies. There's only one path. Now, take it!

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

The down-votes for my opinion is amazing. It seems I have no right to take a different direction from the herd and take a different path? Wow, get along lil' doggies. There's only one path. Now, take it!

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Tewdryg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Enoch Powell was a great statesman and loved and cared for his people.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

Quite right. The word 'parasite' has a very broad meaning, but it suffices to use it here. The poison is for an intentional destroying the immune system. Did you know almost, if all, pharmaceuticals compromise the immune system. Hmmm.... I wonder why?

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've been writing about #4 for a while now. In 2004 a landmark SCOTUS ruling set the table for this possibility. The patents are certainly there for all to see. I don't believe SCOTUS would ever rule on a case like this concerning GMO humans. It would open an instant Pandora's Box. Instead, the elite will continue to act as if we have no rights. Public policy will grow and reflect it. People will be treated more and more like property. The parallels occurring now make this a very plausible transition.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +5 / -2

There's never been any evidence of viruses existing, period. Never isolated, Never purified. It's another unknown mechanism. The clue seems to be the anthropogenic weakening of the human immune system.

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Tewdryg 12 points ago +12 / -0

And yet the US military reimposed them on Nov. 30th. This is the classic lull used by tyrants throughout history so as to give them time to secure reinforcements for the next operation. Another example is the Dutch farmers, who thought they won the nitrogen emission/use dictate the government imposed. It was only a lull for the government to establish reinforcements. Now, they are going to take 3000 farms. Decapitating all those responsible for the tyranny is the only way. Do you think the white farmers of the South Africa might have been a dry run for this?

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

No issue or problem. IT's so obvious to see the resemblance. I'd imagine just about anyone would post it. You did pick the better picture though.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Linked to a "subscribe only" link? No thanks.... Me thinks this might be a violation of GAW rules. Can you post it at a different link, so we can read the article?

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're 'inferring' I am "playing games". It is said that exaggerated pride complicates relationships. Stop imagining things that aren't there.

I remember those college days in Physics class all too well. It was a fun time. My teacher worked at Palamar Observatory for JPL many years ago. I'd get to class early in the morning to talk to the teacher and have coffee with him. We'd talk about many things and he'd always tried to recruit me for a career in physics. One particular morning I approached the building and he was standing before the door staring at the ground. I paused to watch as he stood motionless. I finally said to him, "What are you looking at?" He replied, "Bees, Don't step on the bees". I then looked down and saw several very sluggish moving honey bees on the sidewalk. The instructor then said, "They are all waking up. Soon the sun will be warm enough for them to fly away." We carefully stepped around them as he unlocked the classroom door. In his office he said to me, "Speaking of bees..." I looked at him and interrupted him in mid-sentence saying, "No! I didn't get a 'B' on the exam, did I?" His face grew a big smile and said, "No, but you were the only one in class that derived Schrodinger's equation. I haven't had a student successful in doing this for many years. I'm just curious to know more of your thought process on it." It wasn't hard for me to answer that question. I told him, "It came to me in a dream the night before. I figured it out in a dream." I still remember the exact time when I woke up and said, "That's it!" My professor looked at me and said, "Your playing games with me". I said, "No sir, you're 'inferring' this, but it's the absolute truth". I then told him the rest of the dream I had regarding electron clouds and the sudden disappearance and reappearance of electrons. I explained to him the theory I had in my dream. His response was with utter amazement because it was a new unpublished theory at JPL.

You and I have gone in circles before. I remember them all. We don't agree on much regarding science. I've always been respectful in my responses to you though. It would be pointless of me to answer any of your questions regarding Tesla. You don't know who I am, nor do I you. There's no room big enough for insincerity and pride.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

I recall the IRS raid on the Indianapolis Baptist church led by Reverend Greg Dixon, who revoked his 501c(3) status to reestablish his faith under God and not under the State. The income tax is a very evil mechanism for stealing the bread coming from the sweat of labor from each individual. There is no law requiring an individual to pay income tax. This is why it is officially referred to being 'voluntary'. However, the word voluntary can mean 'voluntary' under extreme duress. In the military I remember when volunteers were requested at muster for certain duties. When no one would volunteer, the officer in charge would 'volunteer' someone. The government which wholly backs the banking cartel's IRS has this type of scheme working very effectively to their advantage. Fear is their number one asset to keeping the fraud going. Reverend Greg Dixon, who originally volunteered being 501c(3) status was not permitted to 'unvolunteer' it when he discovered that it as a detriment to his faith. The IRS with the help of deadly authority confiscated his church and property. Once volunteering into slavery is always being a slave. The same consequences happen to individuals, who discover there's no law for most working individuals who stop paying income taxes. It's a very rigged system.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +4 / -1

There is no evidence of this. None. It is only speculation. Right now, Musk is sitting on the fence between the Cabal and MAGA. It could well be for reasons of receiving the support of the highest bidder. When I see all the evidence and Musk releases all the Twitter insider information to the public domain, I'll become less skeptical about this alleged great deceiver.

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Tewdryg 9 points ago +9 / -0

I remember the band well. For me, it seems like it was only yesterday listening to Fleetwood Mac's top billboard songs. I don't know why it is we tend to somehow immortalize these people when we never knew them, but only their songs. We tend to remember times like these as if they were time capsules. I read Christine McVie was 79 years old when she died. My first thoughts was no way she was this old. But then I thought about my own age and said to myself, my God, time flies all too fast. Another one gone. When I read further, I can only suspect what the cause of her sudden illness was. She was indeed a great musician, who wrote a lot of the songs that made Fleetwood Mac famous. 79 in my book is still way too young. RIP.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good Question. I don't know. I posted this information from a TGP article.

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Tewdryg -1 points ago +1 / -2

Yes, I read it back in the 1980s. It was a gift from the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society for admission in their society. There's little to nothing I remember of it though. I regret to say, I recall it being rather boorish.

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