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paperairplanes 3 points ago +3 / -0

Epstein's involvement with the Bronfman's could lead right to Justin Trudeau. His campaign manager was Stephen Bronfman. (I haven't read the thread yet, maybe he said that).

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paperairplanes 3 points ago +3 / -0

Richard Ashcroft (The Verve) has an anti-lockdown, pro-freedom song. He can't tour currently because he's unvaccinated:

https://youtu.be/0nlONI6Rbck

Ian Brown from the Stone Roses, he posted a "17" photo last summer and has been vocal against lockdowns, etc. from the beginning. He seems to be fully awakened (note for Harry Potter fans - he was in the third movie, a patron in the Leaky Cauldron):

https://youtu.be/uaJiC6uwwZI

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paperairplanes 3 points ago +3 / -0

Non-fulminant, is that what you meant? (just an FYI for anyone searching the term online "Non fulminant myocarditis").

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paperairplanes 4 points ago +4 / -0

Haha, that's a good nickname.

The group behind Ontario's covid policies said this week that it turns out that plexiglass dividers do more harm than good. I haven't heard anyone (but me) bring it up. I'm sure they'll say it makes them feel safer, too, though, so it doesn't matter.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is that true?

So Canada testing deer is really just Canada desperately trying to prove China's narrative.

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paperairplanes 16 points ago +16 / -0

I live this daily - I'll speak with family, friends, co-workers, about the virus, the vax, etc, we'll be on the same page about things (like how stupid it is to wear a mask to walk to your table in a restaurant just to take it off when you sit down, for instance), and then boom, they come to the exact opposite conclusion I do (they'll say we should also wear masks while we sit!).

It's still always startling to me because I think they see things like I do, but they just can't get there.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

She is ridiculous. It's funny because she has a child with autism and used to be into alternative therapies for him, and even consulted psychics about it, but this Covid thing - this she can't see any other side of.

I suspect our friendship won't be lasting through 2022 lol.

I've lived through similar things like your Lorazepam story myself - my mother has several health issues and dealing with her various care providers has been eye-opening and really shows me how important it is to prevent health problems if you possibly can - exercise, diet, etc - because getting a disease or disorder is a nightmare.

Good luck out there in the medical world, I hope you get to keep caregiving during these tumultuous times.

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paperairplanes 5 points ago +5 / -0

I agree. When I mention studies I've read in legitimate medical journals online I get comments from my brother like "where'd you read that, on the internet?" Like it's such an insult and I'm an idiot.

My nurse friend always tells me not to look up medical stuff on the internet because I'm not qualified to evaluate it and she thinks I'll read some random guy's blog and believe wacky stuff. It makes me so angry. I don't talk to her these days lol. I'm also banned from her house because I'm unvaccinated. An ER nurse, so deathly afraid of me now that we have vax mandates but not back in August when we didn't.

Whatever you do - don't believe the internet!!

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paperairplanes 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's wonderful to hear. My niece lives in Ireland but has been silent on the restrictions there because she's Canadian and Canadians are still in a deep, deep sleep for the most part. I'm hoping her Irish friends will be a good influence on her.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

My Dad still uses his Atlas to plan his drive to Florida.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just watched the Deutschland series - Deutschland '83, '86, and '89, and they show this type of communication. It's really neat to see how it was done "in real life" - for instance, each spy would have a book (just a regular novel) they'd use to unlock encrypted notes, just like you mentioned with the "3rd word" thing, or they'd leave a floppy disk somewhere, etc. It's easy to think that this stuff takes place far away from us and that it's really unusual, with sharp-dressed spies like in the movies, but the show made it look so everyday and ordinary, and it's happening all around, and these spies all look like regular people and these drops are in plain sight (sometimes they'd be in a forest in the middle of nowhere, but not often).

I highly recommend the series to anyone that wants to see covert operations during the cold war.

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paperairplanes 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah, it was fascinating. Every little thing was analyzed. I found the blog, on the right they have their synopsis and then the blog goes on to analyze everything going back years.

http://textusa.blogspot.com

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mockery is a really effective tool, I definitely think we need to use it more. If more people would outright laugh at these idiots still complying it would make a difference. We need to make Fauci into a ridiculous character, as well.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think they said that as a distraction - because everyone would be so outraged that they left the kids alone that they wouldn't focus on other theories. And it worked.

Their groups' timeline for checking on the kids, etc. doesn't add up at all.

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paperairplanes 7 points ago +7 / -0

There used to be a blog that did a lot of digging on this case, I think it was called Textusa - I haven't read it in years. They researched the resort and found out that they host a swingers' retreat the same week as the McCann's trip. There's a suspicion that the kids were passed around, too, and Madeleine's death was an accident during one such incident, which then had to be covered up.

It would make sense that the Podestas and Maxwell were staying at Freud's house because they probably would want to stay somewhere more private than the resort, which required signatures for activities and meals, etc., but they were still close enough to participate.

The McCann's went on the trip with 3 other couples, and at least one of the men was a known or suspected sex offender - I think his file was sealed but it was pertaining to a department for sex crimes.

The McCann's leaving Madeleine and the twins alone was just a diversion - everyone would focus on that rather than speculating about what really happened. And it worked because the outrage was massive.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Steve Kirsh explains this well in regards to the vaccine - it can apply to early treatment, as well:

https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/why-arent-healthcare-workers-speaking

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think you have to give your landline and they call you randomly for two weeks. They say they may also show up at your door and do a spot check.

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paperairplanes 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well, what they do in Canada is have everybody who comes to Canada download the ArriveCan app and enter their passport number, address, etc. into it.

Then you are given 2 PCR tests - one to take immediately, the next one to take in 8 days.

Then you have to check in every morning on the app for 14 days and state that you're home and haven't left and have no visitors and have no covid symptoms.

Then they have government stooges call you randomly. Sometimes it's prerecorded and you have to answer questions, sometimes it's a human and they ask you stuff like how you are getting food, if you've gone anywhere, etc. One day I received 6 phone calls, obviously they thought they'd trip me up or something.

It is incredibly invasive and ridiculous. It makes me furious, but it will not stop me from travelling which is really what they want me to do.

There are a few people I know who just ignore it all completely and do whatever they want, though. They say they've never been fined or followed up on, I'm not sure if that's true or not. The gov says it's a million dollar fine and jail time for not quarantining.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, it's very interesting. I read that Pfizer was either heavily shorted yesterday or massive amounts of stocks were dumped (conflicting reports on here) - those are all good signals for us to watch for, too.

Moderna is a Theranos situation, imo, but unfortunately Moderna has hurt a lot more people. The company is all a sham selling a product that may not be fake like Theranos' was, but is extremely dangerous and the safety data was all falsified.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

J&J just split up their company a few weeks ago. I know someone who is very high up, near the top, at J&J, and they were given no warning about the split, it just suddenly was announced, and they were thrown into chaos.

So, there was a sudden, extreme reaction at J&J in early-mid-November. Makes me think it's related to vaccine news that will come out and not the talcum powder or sunscreen causing cancer.

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