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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 08:35 PM 2020
Smoking kills a LOT more, but I don't see dark and gloomy media campaigns against it, to scare us all to death. Instead I see it is OPENLY LEGAL.

And what about heart disease, or cancer? Where's the trillions in funding to fight them?

This isn't about lives or health. At all.

Something is seriously wrong here.

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 08:43 PM 2020
The NWO agenda is not the only agenda that exists in this world, the resistance/alliance/white hats in the government have an agenda to.....

Yes, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. It's a double-edge sword.

But like the house edge, there's a long term push towards one direction. This case, the push is towards unity, like how stars form from dust. So they are the ones fighting the uphill battle, not us. Most people dont see it that way though.

Any totalitarian control is unsustainable, as long as we're conscious. That's why I think inevitably the long term is in our favor. But it still requires us to take action, rather than wait.

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 08:47 PM 2020
There is no intention to stop this virus. If they wanted that, we all could be locked down in full martial law, and it could be done within a few months at most.

But instead they've opted for the slow release, with even greater damage to the economy. And who pays the bill? We do. Who ultimately benefits from the debt? Bankers, and the people behind the banks.

And still if the banks go bust (on paper), who bails them out or in? We do.

This is not at all theory. It is fact.

If everyone really knew the truth about what's going on, and what is actual law now (not just theory), there would be an overnight revolution.

In Australia they restricted us from visiting family..... but you were allowed to go to the barber for a hair cut. Is this serious about dealing with the virus?

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 09:07 PM 2020
And still if the banks go bust (on paper), who bails them out or in? We do.

Used to be so.  But now: indirectly it might be the people, but in between it's the central bank that bails out and charges the interests on the people.  So really the debts is owned by the central bank.  Since every single central bank in the world is a private company, who bails them if they fail?  Who's the buyer of last resort?  No one, they go bankrupt, and they can since it's a private company. 
Like this old saying: if you owe the bank 100k$ and can't repay, you have a problem.  If you owe 100 billions (trillions, you name it) and can't repay, now the bank has a problem...

Let's go from the hypothesis that the operations that are going all over the world right now are to save the world and neutralize the bad guys.  Ok.  Let's say the few people who owned the central bank are now behind bars in Guantanamo or laying 6ft under.  Who do you reimburse? Who do you pay interests to?  No one.  No longer are billions of people being bled out for the benefit of a few hundred people.  Hypothesis not implausible, on the contrary.

Obviously one can expect hyperinflation to kick in as all the created money no longer gets gobbled up by the few but circulated on the street.  But then maybe a large part of this fraudulently created money will simply be erased ( a few bites on a microchip, pixels on a screen) so it won't be that bad.  It's just a transient adaptation.  Nowadays a bread costs 4$,it might be 4000$ in a few years.  It's all relative.  How many yens in Japan to buy a bread?  How many liras in Italy did a pizza slice cost before the euro?  Even if it's a few hundred units or a few thousands, as soon as it's stabilized then it's ok.

Shit I forgot where I was going with this.  Anyway.
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 09:13 PM 2020
If the debts are erased, in place of the current financial system will be digital currency. Then I'd be looking at the debt erasure as a trojan horse, to push digital currency. Who wouldn't support having their bank loans erased? So they'll have support for it. This is one possibility. People wont be considering what total cashless society will mean.

One potential solution for us is cryptocurrencies. But they'll be regulated heavily in time I think, or at least controlled in some way.


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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 09:28 PM 2020
Waahhh...  cryptos have their use, ok, but I'm not a fan.  I would not measure  my wealth in virtual coins but rather in acres and ounces.  But that's me.  Cryptos, like anything digitalized, has its use with digital machines.  There will always be a street-level exchange vehicle.  Because of garage sales and roadside markets.  And because of a wish for privacy.
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 09:49 PM 2020
Maybe you're not understanding what cryptos are. You value something like the USD, right? It's almost all just numbers on a computer. So what gives it value? Perception and acceptance.

The problem is it's being manipulated. They print unlimited money from nothing. And they can control everyone with it.

Cryptos are also digital, but they are decentralized, so nobody has control. Decentralized is the main thing. But there are other benefits, that exist to give people back their power.

So while most people see cryptos as numbers on a computer, keep in mind money is much the same.

Yes ultimately numbers on a computer are worthless, unless there's perception and acceptance. What will always be more valuable is land, food and water. But it's perceived value depends on supply and demand.

.. and for a brief time, toilet paper was the money ticket. How ironic.

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 09:56 PM 2020





they should be well trained if they done it as simulation :question:
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 10:22 PM 2020
Interesting and nice timing for it.

They are long videos. Is there anything specific about them you are pointing out?

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 10:44 PM 2020
yes is a big event...and pointing no nothing...just event 201 is computer simulation of pandemic and if so many big brains met over there they should know what to do now ...but i just cannot see it :lol:
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 01, 11:07 PM 2020
You can bet they'll make some big changes, for our safety,... but we'll still be able to buy smokes, and still they won't give a shit about far greater threats to lives.

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 02, 10:01 AM 2020
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 02, 10:49 AM 2020
The problem is that just because one (anonymous) person posted this, it doesn't automatically makes it true. I could write a twitter post, pretending to be a top physician at a local hospital with thousands of Covid patients, and claim the opposite.

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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 02, 11:08 AM 2020
True.

Or you could do the exact same thing in the opposite direction, repeat it over and over on the MSMs and it would be held as undeniable truth.

This was just one example.  What do you do of all these individuals walking/filming around in the supposedly war-situation hospital and only seeing calm and empty ERs?

What do you do of those testimonies where someone was claimed to be dead of CoV19 and wrote to the media next day saying he's not dead?  Need more?
What do you do of this american media reporting on the hectic day at NY hospital, then being debunked by proving the images are from an italian hospital?  Need more?

Do you know someone personally who is affected or who knows someone who is?

What is this ''invisible enemy''?  Covert operation for something else?  Expand your thinking.
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Apr 02, 06:56 PM 2020
I don't trust the statistics alone. For example:

* High infection rates in the US could be just because they're doing more tests than others.

* China's apparently "no infection rate" could be just because they've changed how they report or classify infections.

* Mortality rates are based mostly on severe cases only. I'm sure there are many people that don't even go to the doctor because they have only mild symptoms.

There's much more.

It's entirely possible that coronavirus is being blamed for deaths, when the patient was going to die soon anyway.

When the reports say THOUSANDS ARE DEAD, it looks really bad. But around 50+ million people die every year from whatever causes.


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