Daily Thread – 24 October 2022

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Hilarious stuff that is happening.

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stagmal

no brucey verdict again today?

what’s taking the jury so long

stagmal

https://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/courts-law/jury-raises-concern-about-expectations-in-bruce-lehrmann-case/news-story/26e070bc3f2087f4840898321a6f4841

wow, this could take them for fucking ever lol

is this good or bad for brucey: ““We have not yet reached an agreement of beyond reasonable doubt,” a note read.”

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stagmal

honestly the way it is phrased makes it sound like they’re trying to force a guilty verdict

Coming

We finally have a name for his solicitor!

Rachel Fisher

https://www.news.com.au/national/courts-law/meet-the-lawyers-of-the-brittany-higgins-bruce-lehrmann-rape-trial/news-story/18124dde4decca170804e5cf5ae8f0c5

So apparently she works at “Kamy Saeedi” law firm
Yes, indeed

Coming

https://the-riotact.com/student-teacher-petra-shasha-pleads-not-guilty-to-allegedly-grooming-boy/542926

here she is with another client

the two of them could feed half the ACT

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stagmal

milk for all

Coming

they must be putting oestrogen in the tap water in canberra

check out these two plus bruce

stagmal

would also explain why the city is so phuckin gay

bjw678

I’d say what it means is there is a significant chance of a hung jury.
“Beyond reasonable doubt” is vague at best and if the jury is debating it they probably won’t resolve it.

Aussie Soy Boy

Fuck me. Then he’s not guilty lol.

emusplatt

The jury in the Bruce Lehrmann trial say they’re unable to agree on a verdict.
https://twitter.com/search?q=%22Bruce%20Lehrmann%22&src=trend_click&vertical=trends

emusplatt
emusplatt

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/crime-news/2022/10/24/jury-verdict-bruce-lehrmann/

“The jury must continue deliberations until it reaches a unanimous verdict.”

😂 buckleys of seeing unanimity.

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stagmal

but what does this mean

this is a very long deliberation time

emusplatt

dunno but the jury members are gunna fracture after another week of this kabuki bullshit

stagmal

in the news.com.au there was this note, very ominous language imo:

is this good or bad for brucey: ““We have not yet reached an agreement of beyond reasonable doubt,” a note read.”

note the “yet”

the fuck that means, that a finding beyond reasonable doubt (i.e guilty) is an inevitability?

Coming

they haven’t agreed what “beyond reasonable doubt” means in this case

but i agree it could be interpreted differently
ie they are starting with the assumption that he is guilty and then trying to push it to BRD

maybe that is why the magistrate said

On Friday, she reminded them Mr Lehrmann was presumed innocent and it was up to the prosecution to prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

stagmal

i suspect he’s phucked tbh

bjw678

note the “yet”

the fuck that means, that a finding beyond reasonable doubt (i.e guilty) is an inevitability?

It means the jury foreperson most likely thinks guilty, and possibly/probably a majority of the jury, but not unanimously.

Hung is my bet.

stagmal

nup, they are going for unanmity

bjw678

lol, of course they are. That’s what a jury is supposed to do.
But at some point you just accept that everyone is never going to agree and let it go. Or you remain on the jury for the rest of your life. Or you kill the minority that disagree…

Edit: of course even the hung jury has to be agreed unanimously…

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bigduke6

This is an important post
I only 3ver go on ZH now to win d up the bible bathers as how they are tools for the chew construct of Christianity this confirms it
Chews took over the USA after they killed JFK and have used the religious fools there and here to cheer on their MIC wars
On ZH there is no comeback ecasue they looked me and see I’ve been a member for yay long
And coming… a real doctor doesn’t wank over tits on a lawyer , I hate lawyers because they chase ambulances and tits bore me because I’ve seen more than I can care to remember , I’m questioning your credentials

Coming

You’re a feet man ?

bigduke6

How can I stay mad at you? WRT homer Simpson looking at dodgy sandwich…

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bjw678

Yep, same as we pretend migrants aren’t lowering wages and living standards, or that they are “skilled”.

stagmal

1.1 billion lol whats that 200 houses

Ramjet

950k house price limit, government tipping in 25%. I reckon about 5,000 houses.

Drago

Even worse his mates are stealing people’s Super to help his other mental policies, buying back the SEC…

The Left’s ability to fail upward is clear with one of the worst Treasurers (until Frydenberg) Wayne Swan Chairman of C Bus who are backing the scheme.

Cedric Coxwallow

Having useless cunt ex labor ministers looking after your super is a real good reason to go SMSF.

Ramjet

After 30 years of compulsory super, there hasn’t been a large reduction in people requiring the pension. Super on this measure has been a total failure. But it has certainly kept the funds management industry and ex Labor ministers employed as well as a legal tax haven for the well off. So for the elites, it has been a massive success which is why it will not be scrapped.

The90kwbeast

Also the employment opportunities for endless pen pushers has been great

bjw678

What a surprise that a scheme that allows for tax advantaged savings doesn’t help poor people but the rich.
A pension is a wealth redistribution system, super is a tax advantaged saving system.

Freddy

The primary objective of privatising the pension system is a tax cut for the wealthy at the expense of the poor. By that measure it is a success.

It has also been tweaked a few times to pump up house prices. One of those changes is the one that explains why so many people still dependent on the pension. That is, allowing retirees to pay off their mortgages with super lump sum payments, and still qualify for the pension. That has also been a success.

I recall Jessica Irvine writing an article explaining how she intentionally borrowed more than she could pay off before retirement. Some people I know use their house as an ATM with the knowledge that they can use their super to pay off the mortgage and then receive the pension.

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Freddy

The primary objective of privatising the pension system is a tax cut for the wealthy at the expense of the poor. By that measure it is a success.

It has also been tweaked a few times to pump up house prices. One of those changes is the one that explains why so many people still dependent on the pension. That is, allowing retirees to pay off their mortgages with super lump sum payments, and still qualify for the pension. That has also been a success.

Jessica Irvine wrote an article explaining how she intentionally borrowed more than she could pay off before retirement. Some people I know use their house as an ATM with the knowledge that they can use their super to pay off the mortgage and then receive the pension. It is by design.

Ramjet

When Labor was elected in May, the first piece of legislation was repealing the law that super funds act in the best financial interest of members.

robert2013

That’s Australian QE right there.

bigduke6

Bankrupt the country to save RE , here we go

bjw678

I’m really starting to think that the russians are looking like losing in the Ukraine.
First they start resorting to terror tactics seen by the likes of the IRA against the brits or the palestinians against the brits of sending unguided weapons into civilian targets and now they run to mummy and daddy screaming about a “secret ukrainian plot” that they somehow know about.

Building a modern V1 equivalent seems like an admission that like the germans in WW2 they are unable to launch any kind of effective attacks on their enemies.

stagmal

there’s been basically no movement for weeks bc the mobilised are still arriving

it will take another month or possibly two before we start seeing any significant manouvers on the russian side again

they are achieving modest advances in the lyman and bakhmut directions, kherson is effectively frozen on both sides

ukraine continues to launch 1-2 sized battallion attacks around kherson (which is bizarre to me given that they have alleged they have 60-100k men in the area, why are they only attacking with small groups over and over again that just get destroyed if thats the case)

both kherson AND nikolaev have been evacuated of civilians

i think the dirty bomb thing is unlikely as well but clearly if they have some information about a potential false-flag attack that could trigger a nuclear war they’re completely justified to talk about it before it happens, should it ever happen

zelensky has become increasingly unhinged in his rhetoric and talks about this far more than the other way around

hence the endless discussion about russia using tactical nukes blah blah blah which will never happen

the drone acquisition was solid but they should have done it ages ago, really no idea why you think thats relevant to whether any side is winning or losing

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stagmal

they are making a genuinely concerted effort to take out ukraines power grid now (or so it wouldappear), which as i have mentioned before will be very hard to do for a bunch of reasons, but its possible

if that is achieved it will be devastating, but again, like america in iraq it should have been the first thing they did in this war

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bjw678

Why I think the unguided drone thing is relevant is because militarily they are useless, they serve no purpose other than terrorising civilians.
They don’t knock out radars or ammo dumps or troops or the electricity grid. they damage houses and kill non combatant civilians.

It would make far more sense to build guided weapons and attack things like these. The fact they aren’t means they can’t.

No1

The drones are guided, they’re pre-programmed and frequently blow up ammunition dumps.

What are you reading friendo? MSM or Ukrainian Telegram? Just wondering where you’re getting this stuff.

bjw678

From here.
I have no interest in reading the propaganda being put out on any side and have very little interest in the war there at all.

Coming

Fucking lol when are you going to admit you got this one wrong

MB took 10 years

stagmal

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No1

By terror tactics do you mean the missiles striking the power grid? I don’t keep up with the MSM propaganda.

stagmal

yeah idfk what the logic here is anymore. theyve been striking ukranian stuff since the war started with missiles, now theyre using drones as well. what has even changed lol. besides the fact that theyre now attacking the power grid which they avoided before for wrong political reasons

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No1

Probably just MSM readers assuming Russia must have lost since they haven’t won a battle big enough to be reported on ABC since like July.

stagmal

they have been repelling the ukranians around kherson for weeks and weeks now, its just ukraine’s attacks are so piecemeal and embarrassing no one wants to talk about them. what normally happens is ukr will send in like 1-2 batallions (maybe like 1000 men each time), they get absolutely wrecked by artillery then they retreat.

i don’t get it. the manpower ratio is not going to get better for ukraine from this point on, so if they really had so many men around kherson, why arent they attacking now with them?

in lyman the russians increased their positional depth which is 100% the correct thing to do and it seems to have worked. the ukrainians cant swarm around their positions anymore and have stalled and are starting to reverse

No1

Ukraine seems to have a hell of a lot of manpower so they do a lot of these useless attacks. What makes me wonder is why the Ukrainians are so motivated to fight when it makes no practical difference to their lives whether Russia or their own ultra-corrupt puppet government is in control.

The Ukrainian government won’t negotiate at all so it’s not like it’s even trying to save its people or prevent the country from becoming another Afghanistan.

stagmal

they are more manpower stretched than most people think. the small attacks are just baffling to me and suggest something isn’t adding up about their claims (or russian telegram’s claims) about how many men they actually have in the area. maybe they really are preparing for one big push on kherson city but why they didnt start that push yesterday is beyond me. the clock does not favour them right now.

there’s lots of refuseniks in ukraine too apparently, it all depends on where and the strength of the jurisdiction you live in. some people get prosecuted / chased down by the SBU for not turning up to a mobilisation summons, in other areas no one gives a shit and no one turns up.

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No1

Lol well that’s good to know.

I just imagine what would happen in the EZFKA, you’d have a lot of fuckwits who’d give their lives to fight in the name of Boomer house prices or whatever but I think many people value their own lives enough and will realise that even if Chyna was in charge things would be mostly the same.

So you’d run out of those “patriots” before too long.

The same thing may happen in Ukraine.

stagmal

if aus was invaded i would not fight for it, depending on who was invading i might defect but i wouldn’t really trust anyone else to do anything differently

Stewie

I’d fight for my neighbours before I’d fight for EZFKA.

stagmal

my neighbours are all indian

Coming

its only going to be China

would you defect to China

stagmal

no i think they would just manage australia just like the aus govt does

but i wouldnt actually help the aus govt or die for it in some futile attempt to um… idk.. save boomers IP portfolios

Coming

You understand that means lockdowns and social credit scores

and even less pussy than now

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stagmal

nah they wouldnt run aus in the same way they run china itd just be some suzerain theyd extract resources from (so instead of the wealth going to gina rinehart etc itd be going to some chinese state run enterprise instead), while local authorities herre would be in charge

china ruling aus might even force me to get a job which would probably improve my life

bjw678

nah they wouldnt run aus in the same way they run china itd just be some suzerain theyd extract resources from (so instead of the wealth going to gina rinehart etc itd be going to some chinese state run enterprise instead), while local authorities herre would be in charge

Then why bother at all? Its already near enough to this anyway.

bjw678

 and suggest something isn’t adding up about their claims 

It’s war. Nobodies claims will be legit. It’s all propaganda.

NoMansLand

It’s simple. Ukrainians have got it into their heads that they are special people, like jihadists, and can win with Western support. They don’t realise they will be discarded like a used condom when the time comes.

lswchp

Used condoms are discarded? Who has the money to do that?

NoMansLand

Why use a $300k missile when you can use a $5k drone? And each day that passes, destroys European economies, NATO supplies and Western resolve and reputation a little more. Also, preserving Russian morale (i.e. fewer Russian bodies) enables Russia to continue the war longer should it escalate to a direct hot war with NATO.

I think the political reasons are fair, it’s just that the West has gotten used to carpet bombing civilians without any qualms (‘shock and awe’). Probably because we’ve largely not had war fought on our own soil in quite a long time. Australia has never been occupied for example, barely even real bombing, and the US hasn’t been occupied since 1812 and some vague bombing at Pearl Harbour. So at a cultural level, we’re not used to what modern industrial war means for ordinary people. We’re just used to beating up on people that can’t fight back and don’t care how we destroy people. There are significant cultural ties to Ukraine, it’d be like Australians using chemical warfare or torture of Kiwis. Would we feel right about that?

Time is on Russia’s side, and they are confident of their position and building up a good international reputation outside of the West because of their relatively restrained approach, which I think India and China approve of since it is easier to justify to their populations.

Drago

“It’d be like Australians using chemical warfare or torture of Kiwis..”

Fuck yeh! I’d love to see Nuew Zulland get wiped.

NoMansLand

Really doubt that. It’s still muddy in Ukraine and the Russkies are waiting for hard ground to bring in all that heavy weaponry.

In any case, the war is really against NATO not Ukraine. Ukraine is basically a defacto member of NATO at this point, so the big prize is on forcing the entire NATO countries back into their corner. So the Russians are looking to the bigger picture. A long war will bankrupt the West, or at least deindustrialise Europe altogether (expensive energy doesn’t go well with manufacturing – see Australia) which only helps the Russkies at the bargaining table. What normal person in the West wants to burn their wallet over Ukraine, let alone go and take a bullet for them?

In any case, there are big things afoot with Russians quietly accusing UK of helping Ukrainians of constructing a dirty bomb which at the very least makes UK party to the war, i.e. escalation of Russia vs UK directly. Recently, there were discussions had between Russkies and UK/France/Turkey/Chinese and America about this and UK defence ministry is now heavily rejecting claims they were involved but I doubt the Russkies would be in discussions with these countries if they had flimsy evidence. UK Defence ministry twitter is discussing need to deescalate and achieve peace. Similar to France.

So there is a lot going on in the background to avoid both a world war and nuclear war.

If Russies had gone in to Ukraine and made mince meat of them early on, they wouldn’t have had an opportunity to bleed NATO supplies dry, build international alliances with Turkey (a NATO member) and everyone east of Turkey (30% of world economy, 40% of territory, 50% world population) or shift world opinion on the entire West by being mature and humane (hard to believe based on propaganda papers but it’s true).

bjw678

‘Do you want to sanity check those claims?
UK making a dirty bomb? I dont think so.

So the Russians are looking to the bigger picture. A long war will bankrupt the West, or at least deindustrialise Europe altogether (expensive energy doesn’t go well with manufacturing – see Australia) which only helps the Russkies at the bargaining table.

The russians could have achieved this without destroying huge amounts of their own men and military equipment. All they had to do is stop selling gas to the west. Duh.

they wouldn’t have had an opportunity to bleed NATO supplies dry

They are bleeding their own at a greater proportional rate then the entire wests.

 shift world opinion on the entire West by being mature and humane 

lolololol. the invader never gets to claim the mature and humane tag.

NoMansLand
  1. Ukrainians have been behind an assassination attempt on a politician, which resulted in his daughter dying. NY Times admits as much but the West has not pushed back on the Ukrainians over this.
  2. The Brits are implicated in aiding the Ukrainians to blow up the Kerch bridge. Nothing was said about this either
  3. Nordstream was sabotaged by someone in NATO

And despite that, you find it hard to believe the Brits would be up to a dirty bomb? Remember, Russia is not some dirt bag country like Iraq which is easy to carpet bomb without repercussions.

> The russians could have achieved this without destroying huge amounts of their own men and military equipment. All they had to do is stop selling gas to the west. Duh.

If they had done that, they would been seen internationally as the aggressor – of course the propaganda in the West sees it that way, but consider the other 87% of countries – central Asia, East Asia, South America etc. Indonesia is on Russia’s side these days and is talking about dedollarising Indonesia’s economy from that. The geopolitics is important; it’s not important in the West because we’re so accustomed to having our way. But they are rapidly shifting world opinion to them. Even Mexico has been throwing barbs at the Americans even while voting in accordance with American wishes.

Kissinger told Nixon to bring China onside in 1970 as a means of splitting the Chinese off from the Soviets to bring the Cold War to an end. And it took 20 years to do that, but over the last 10 years the Russians and Chinese have been brought together again. And a lot of that is to do with this war.

Central Asia, India, China, Iran and even the Saudis are all nicey nice with Russia these days and that would not have been impossible without Russia taking their time and offering diplomatic options all the way.

> They are bleeding their own at a greater proportional rate then the entire wests.

Unlike the West, they didn’t deindustrialise, at least not their military. US is running around the world now looking for ammunition and whatnot to send to Ukraine because they’re way out.

> lolololol. the invader never gets to claim the mature and humane tag.

Compare the way Russians have been fighting this war compared to how the US used indiscriminate bombing (‘shock and awe’) in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Yugoslavia and on-and-on compare to limited strikes against the electricity supply. Instead of bombing thousands of civilians, they kill small numbers of individual civilians. No one wants death, but given this _is_ war, it’s a phenomenal achievement.

bigduke6

False flags co e from one country , look up the USS Liberty to know who

NoMansLand

False flags come from everybody, but I don’t think the Russian defence minister had diplomatic discussions with US/UK/France/Turkey/China just to spread gossip.

Stewie

This.

No one else fits the bill. The Vikings are all pussified estrogen soyboys, the Germans have been gelded under Merkel, the French are already too close to Russia, the British might, but the implications if they got caught are too great. Likewise with the US.

As the 2nd most common passport holders among Ukrainian elites, Israel is the obvious choice. No doubt they were 100% supported and approved by the US, but there is no one else other than the Americans, and the stakes were simply too high for them if ever they got caught.

Then there is this:

On Wednesday, Israel agreed to pipe billions of dollars’ worth of natural gas to Europe via Egyptian liquefaction facilities, as Russia halts supplies and the continent scrambles to refill dwindling stockpiles. 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/06/20/israel-egypt-turkey-gas-europe/

Even if their supply is a drop in the ocean compared to what they’ve taken out, what Juicy could pass up the opportunity of destroying a competitor and then profiting off the resulting supply price hike.

No1

Lol. There are no implications if the US gets caught. Sweden and Germany already refused to say who did it. The US can do whatever it wants in its European colonies.

Stewie

If the US got caught red handed then the Russians would have retaliated – overtly or covertly.

Biden is too much of a cuck to risk a genuine confrontation with Russia. He’s happy to fight Russia by proxy for his entire term, but not directly.

If Putin caught Americans blowing it, then Russian machismo posturing would have demanded some form of retaliation.

Being a US suzerain doesn’t mean you must risk annihilating yourself in front of your master’s enemy, it simply means you pay economic tribute to your master and side with them diplomatically.

Israel is the only nation whose interests are aligned with the US, and has pollinated Ukraine’s elite leadership to the same extent as the US.

Then there is the long shadow of the Pale Settlement, and the fact that the majority of Jews who founded Israel were actually Eastern European Jewish refugees who have historical ties to that particular part of Russia.

It was Israel that blew up that pipleline – with a doubt it was done with US approval and support. But it was Israelis’ who planted the thermite.

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No1

How would Russia retaliate against the US? It would be much easier to retaliate against Israel just by arming Lebanon, Hezbollah or Syria with S300. Your monomania about Jews is starting to compromise your judgement Stewie, making you believe in improbable things because it’s literally always the Jews.

Stewie

Duplicate

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Stewie

Russia see’s the importance of the Ukraine and the risk that it falls to the West as being a literal existential threat.

They would retaliate – it is hubris to think that a world power like Russia would not retaliate in kind against the US if they caught them attacking their infrastructure.

FFS even Iran attacked the US after the US ‘accidentally; shot down one of its airliners, by bombing one of its airlines in retaliation. The US could only save face by blaming it on Libya.

The retaliation would be most likely in terms of an attack on some critical US infrastructure – even though the risk of escalation would be almost certain.

The US would also lose all legitimacy in its actions if it directly attacked Russian infrastructure – the US remains a nominal democracy, and Biden and the DNC would be decimated in the election if it came out he risked Nuclear War by attacking Russian infrastructure.

Suggest one other nation other than Israel that would have the balls and better motivation that Israel to do it. They don’t make them like Mitterrand anymore. France is too conflicted and Germany too emasculated.

It honestly isn’t Jew hatred that lead me to conclude it was Israel, but Occam’s Razor:

  1. Israel is politically and economically motivated to hurt Russia;
  2. It offers plausible deniability to the US while achieving their mutual goals;
  3. A large number of Ukrainian Govt officials have Israeli passports;
  4. Israel does a huge amount of commerce with Ukraine and Israelis are large investors in the country;
  5. A large percentage of Israel’s population has ethnic and cultural roots to the Ukraine;
  6. They have a history of false flag operations
  7. It offers an opportunity to hurt the Goyim while profiting from it too; and
  8. Israel is a nuclear armed state and much more of a wild dog in its threat to use them than the US.

I’ll admit that it is possible that the US did it, but for the reasons I’ve stated I think it is much more likely Israel did it with US sanctioning of the actions.

I’d put it about 60% chance on Israel, 35% on the US, maybe 3% on the UK and 2% on the rest of Europe.

I’m open to a good counter argument. Just point me to a more willing, motivated and capable country, that could do it without triggering an escalation to WWIII

No1

My reply ended up at the bottom of the page but I see your post has also changed.

“The US would also lose all legitimacy in its actions if it directly attacked Russian infrastructure – the US remains a nominal democracy, and Biden and the DNC would be decimated in the election if it came out he risked Nuclear War by attacking Russian infrastructure.”

This is astoundingly naive. The US constantly does crazy shit on par with blowing up Nordstream and the only time US voters have a problem with it is when lots of US servicemen die in the process. Otherwise the US can do whatever it wants, whether it be destroying Libya or fomenting endless war in Ukraine (which may lead to nuclear war). They will just deny responsibility, no matter the evidence, and call Russia the aggressor when or if it retaliates, which is what the US was doing even before the war began. Half the US population will believe the US wasn’t responsible as long as their media says so, and a big part of the remaining 50% won’t care in any case.

Anyway, the US could blow up Nordstream with far less danger to its national security than Israel could and that alone is really reason enough.

Stewie

Yeah I corrected a spelling mistake and the whole post went to spam.

I agree that it’s possible the US did it. Maybe the Poles are informed. Maybe Poland’s been brought into a ‘Five Eyes’ level of security. Maybe their defence minister isn’t a comically uniformed Eastern European politician beating his chest and wishfully thanking the US.

I agree that the US does whatever the fuck it wants, but it does so using the cover of legal and international legitimacy – it got UN sanctioning before the Iraq war ffs.

If Russia caught US divers red handed it’s pretty hard to deny, no matter how corrupt your media. Sure the chances are low – but why take the chance at all when you have a willing partner?

Anyway, the US could blow up Nordstream with far less danger to its national security than Israel could and that alone is really reason enough

What threat to Israel security? They’re a nuclear power that has a history of acting in their own interests including attacking US warships. Russia could no more take Israel without risking its destruction than it could take Connecticut.

If Israel were caught blowing it, it doesn’t automatically lead to WWIIII Russia isn’t obliged to retaliate against a ‘mad dog’ but it will against a strategic rival.

No1

Because it makes no sense that they would be a willing partner lol. Of course if the US managed to find a state mercenary that would take idiotic risks for no reason, they would outsource all their dirty work to that partner. But no country is that stupid.

I told you how it would harm Israel’s national security. I’m no military genius, it’s not complicated stuff, Israel is surrounded by enemies and Russia has a lot of powerful military shit that is a lot easier to use on Israel than the USA.

Stewie

Because it makes no sense that they would be a willing partner

Well for the reasons listed 1 – 8 above they wold be more motivated than any other nation I can think of to participate.

Only the US is similarly motivated, but Israel has the added advantage of being less likely to start WWIII if by some chance it went wrong. Plausible deniability is important.

No1

I mean, another thought experiment, if you were in Israel’s position knowing that your homeland could be royally fucked, forever, if you’re caught, would blowing up Nordstream be worth it?

Considering those reasons you listed?

It only really makes sense if the Israelis are irrational haters, obsessed with weird ethnic grievances. They would have to be even more irrational than the Americans who have far better national security, are far bigger LNG exporters, and are completely dominant over Germany to the point where Germany won’t point the finger even if they know 100% you did it.

If your case only makes sense when one side is crazy, then it’s a weak case.

Stewie

Why would their homeland be royally fucked?

They attacked a US destroyer and killed 34 US servicemen because they thought it would serve their interests.

Israel is heavily involved in the Ukraine – influencing the outcome of who ends up in control of the Ukraine IS in their interest.

I don’t see why you automatically rule out Israeli involvement citing the threat of their neighbours to ‘do something bad’ when they’ve lived under that threat for 70 years.

bigduke6

You need to educate yourself
Try unz.com
You have probably never met a chew, unless you meet an arrogant Israeli on holiday
In my work I have many and been good friends with several I have been to their functions and worn the cap
So I simply questioned how they were so wealthy and influential
You read
You learn and you see they have proudly taken over the USA and murdered millions since the Russian revolution they are proud of this and boast about it in articles in the Jerusalem post!
So they and an elite of old money runs the world to their ends
So stop being a stupid goy and wake up

bjw678

, if you were in Israel’s position knowing that your homeland could be royally fucked, forever, if you’re caught, would blowing up Nordstream be worth it?


Isreals neighbours refuse to even put isreal on maps. How much more fucked can they get?

Roger Dodger

Maybe there is hope for the Vikings?
https://youtu.be/MZEqLzSFtbs

… encouraging, but sadly, probably not much hope… it’s too late. Still, nice to know that they’re not all limp-dicked soyboys.

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bjw678

And despite that, you find it hard to believe the Brits would be up to a dirty bomb? Remember, Russia is not some dirt bag country like Iraq which is easy to carpet bomb without repercussions.

The Ukes could build a dirty bomb all by their lonesome. It isn’t hard if you have nuclear material and the russkies left a whole buttload of bombs there in the 90’s.

If they had done that, they would been seen internationally as the aggressor –

This statement is farce and makes me not even bother reading the rest of what you have to say.
Shutting off gas would be aggression but invading and blowing up a country isn’t?
You are braindead.

NoMansLand

> lolololol. the invader never gets to claim the mature and humane tag.

Also – given how NATO expansion is essentially the final trigger for this war, many countries understand Russia’s reasoning and see NATO/US as the aggressor. To think otherwise, is to assume the US’s constant interference in Taiwan isn’t seen as aggressive to China. It obviously is, and if Taiwan gets taken military by China, many countries will understand why.

bjw678

Unfortunately I am going to have to go all MB and call you an astroturfer, but you are doing a really bad job…

ssume the US’s constant interference in Taiwan isn’t seen as aggressive to China

It is requested by Taiwan. China is the one acting aggressively.

djingbin

I continue to admire how, cornered by enemies from the West through Ukraine, sanctioned, pipeline sabotaged, etc., in response to this, the Russian authorities continue to respond excellent and register benefit after benefit, updating and upgrading their structures and implementing innovation after innovation. (This is joke, I don’t believe in the war.)

https://www.vedomosti.ru/politics/articles/2022/10/21/946817-sovet-voennogo-vremeni

October 21

Wartime Council: what is the uniqueness of the new body headed by Mishustin

Its decisions are now binding on all organizations and authorities at any level

On October 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the establishment of a Coordinating Council under the government to meet the needs of law enforcement agencies. Putin announced the creation of this special body when declaring martial law in the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions on October 19. At a meeting of the Security Council, the head of state instructed the White House to prepare a draft presidential decree on the creation of a council that will have broad coordinating powers.

Formally, the decree on the creation of the Coordination Council has nothing to do with the introduction of martial law in certain regions, in any case, it is never mentioned in the text, said lawyer Anton Timchenko.[…]That is, it is a completely new organ. “This is a kind of headquarters for managing its economy. Figuratively speaking, this is the federal headquarters of the rear,” Timchenko said.[…]for example, such a council was created to address issues related to the fight against the pandemic in March 2020.[…]According to Rudakov, this is a “supranational” body with fairly broad powers, budgetary capabilities and a serious composition.”

In many more detail – in the link (in Russian).

robert2013

Thanks T. Legendary effort.

Coming

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11347153/Kyle-James-Henk-Daniels-Mosman-swim-coach-not-guilty-tenth-charge.html

jury was hung 10-1 and so the whole thing either has to start again, or charges get dropped

pretty fucking crazy when he was obviously fingering these little girls

if this guy gets off and bruce goes down, it will be a major miscarriage of justice

maybe the family just found one juror to bribe who knows

stagmal

yeah when theres like 10 different accusations from 10 different kids it gets pretty hard to believe the guy was innocent. this is on a different scale to brucey where its just one sketchy girl vs him

was this guy just a rich kid or something, like that nightclub owner kid who baged the chick in the ass hole out he nightclub alley and got off after like 2 appeals somehow

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Coming

Luke Lazarus

he was completely fucking innocent
this was during the absolute peak of me too , before Covid destroyed the last brain cells of the NPCs

he basically led this girl out to a laneway at the back of a nightclub and told this girl to pull her pants down and bend over , and she did it
and he stuck his dick in her arse

And that was somehow rape because she was intimidated or some bullshit

that was literally her testimony, on which the entire case hung

it was the most outrageous trumped up bullshit ever

of course he was innocent

cool story but I ran into him at a house inspection with his parents shortly after the trial
probably they were looking at buying him an apartment

I wanted to introduce myself and tell him I thought it was all bullshit and glad he got off but I thought it would be too creepy

he is really short and quite ugly but he is still arse fucking virgins out the back of nightclubs

he was walking around with a real smirk even though he must have known that everybody knew who he was at the time it was all over the media

chad mentality

Coming

https://amp.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/may/17/luke-lazarus-breaks-silence-over-kings-cross-trial-to-criticise-media

Enthusiastic consent is really easy to determine, and I think if you don’t have that, then you’re not good to go,” she said.

“All you need to say is, ‘Do you want to be here?’ And very clearly, ‘Do you want to have sex with me?’

“And if it’s not an enthusiastic ‘yes’, then it’s not enough. If it’s not an enthusiastic ‘yes’, it’s a ‘no’. That’s it. And then, you’re committing a crime.

“Simple as that.”

fucking lol at this vague bullshit

most men will go their whole lives without receiving enthusiastic consent

djingbin

fucking lol at this vague bullshit

most men will go their whole lives without receiving enthusiastic consent

This level of enthusiastic consent is so complicated to determine that it could only be done correctly with some biosensors. Like these, for example https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnsys.2018.00012/full

If no agreement is reached, every self-respecting person should be ready for enthusiastic consent with himself..

stagmal

not sure what happened man i only heard about it

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no way this guy isnt a jew

djingbin

Hello, kangaroos.:D
I am from a small and unknown country in Europe. I was writing in various forums, and after I thought that I had exhausted myself in the last one, I decided to change a little, to diversify. I was looking for a new site and came across one with the latest topic about bugs that will make us eat. (I hope this is interesting, because it will be long.) …In a nutshell: Russia, as it is represented en masse, perhaps in over 95% of the sites, is not what it is; and by no means what it is for Russian patriots (not liberals and the like, but real, normal, conservative Russians from Russia). Can be posted many, many things that are either distorted, or denied, or neglected massively by the media in the so-called Western world, but…

…I wrote a rather long post, which is a translation of quotes from the most reputable Russian media, but it turned out that my site wanted some stupid registration. After searching for a new site, I came here. This forum format is very familiar and close to me and now I will check if it requires registration (I hope, as I see that there are also comments on side topics, that my post will not be considered as off-topic).:) Here’s to bugs in Russia:

https://www.rbc.ru/business/19/09/2022/632869779a7947552e45e2b4?utm_source=amp_full-link

September 19

Manturov called for a change of mentality and to evaluate the meat from the fly larvae

In the future, consumers will add more and more vegetable raw materials to their diet instead of animal proteins. The state needs to support this direction, and Russians need to change their attitude to alternative meat, Manturov believes

“Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov believes that the production of alternative products from vegetable protein in Russia needs to be supported, and consumers need to change the “mentality” in relation to these products. The official said this at a session of the Indofood exhibition held in Sochi.

According to him, Manturov tried vegetable meat twice — he was treated at the Innoprom exhibition. It was about the products of the Efko company, which began the production of vegetable meat back in 2020 (meat is made from vegetable proteins: soy, pea and rice). “Indeed, it is very difficult to distinguish from natural meat — you have to be such a great gourmet to do it. I honestly couldn’t tell the difference,” admitted the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

The use of vegetable raw materials instead of animal protein is a global trend today, and Russian manufacturers are keeping up with this trend, but consumers are still cautious about such products, Manturov points out. When he was offered an alternative meat at the tasting, he knew about it in advance: “It was a blind tasting, so, as I said, it’s still in the mentality that you eat a substitute, but it’s absolutely identical in taste. Moreover, all these flavorings are natural.”

The Deputy Prime Minister admitted that he himself is “still adapting” to the proposals of manufacturers regarding the use of vegetable protein as an alternative to animals — for example, larvae. At the Innofood exhibition, such products — burgers with a cutlet, which consists of vegetable proteins with the addition of a concentrate of black lion fly larvae, vegetables and aquafabs (vegetable egg replacement) — were presented by Modern Food Technology.

“It’s really amazing when the world uses protein from the larva of the black lion, and we, as I said, are keeping up with the times here. Probably, we need to work a little bit with the mentality of all of us present here, and the black lion can “come in”. But we need to try. Although, probably, a person adapts to everything, and to this too,” the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade noted. He also stated that as a consumer he intends to “continue experimenting and consuming vegetable meat in his diet.”

Manufacturers are showing “good results,” but in addition to growing raw materials for the production of alternative products, the technology of its production, including mechanical engineering, should also be developed, Manturov added. “We must support these areas on the part of the state with preferential loans, R&D benefits (research and development work. — RBC), to provide support jointly with the Ministry of Agriculture and other federal executive authorities in terms of regulation. Because in addition to the mentality, it is also necessary to ensure this from the point of view of regulatory mechanisms,” the official concluded.”

This is another thing in which Russia is like the rest of the world – especially the Western world – a part of the world (with which, nominally, in the political words of the Russian leadership, Russia is in a fierce battle). If someone wants to go to the site and translate for themselves (here is the rest of the article).:)

No1

“Suggest one other nation other than Israel that would have the balls and better motivation that Israel to do it.”

The US… who threatened to do it before the war started. Who were thanked by the former Polish Defence Minister for doing it. Who had their ships and helicopters in the area the day before it was done.

There’s a reason why Israel hasn’t had much involvement in this war. It’s not because they don’t hate Russia or don’t support Ukraine. It’s because out of every “Western” country, they’re the easiest for Russia to hurt. All Russia has to do to change Israel’s security landscape permanently is give the S-300 SAM to Syria, Lebanon or Hezbollah. After that, Israel’s jets will be under constant threat of being shot down. That’s just the first piece of gear Russia could supply. Israel stands to lose massively from putting Russia in a position where it needs to retaliate against someone.

I have plenty of respect for Russia but they can’t really hurt the USA in any serious way. Even if they did, it could lead to a nuclear war easily. It’s not the same for Israel. That is an easy target for Russia since it is surrounded by enemies who believe in martyrdom.

Israelis are also not that level of crazy where they’d blow up Nordstream in order to one day sell a relatively small amount of LNG to Europe, or to get revenge over whatever various Jewish grievances have accrued over the years.

Honestly, if you want to blame Jews, the Biden administration has a lot of them. Blinken, Nuland, they probably did tick off their approval to blow up Nordstream, maybe they even suggested it. But the frogmen who did it were probably certified white American guys.

Stewie

Israel has been surrounded by enemies and face existential threats from them for its entire existence.

Russia isn’t going to give SAM-300 to Hezbollah or even Syria – what is the strategic point? These things aren’t Stinger missiles. They’re only effective weapons with highly trained crew and frankly they’re sitting targets for many other forms of attack on the land and ground, unless supported by comprehensive integrated military logistics.

True there are plenty of Jews in the Biden administration, like Blinken, but nothing like the motivation of one Jew helping out another. 😉

No1

Why would they not supply Israel’s neighbours with arms if they wanted to retailiate against Israel for doing something like destroying Nordstream.

As we’ve seen in Ukraine, that’s how war gets done these days. You find a useful proxy, fill them up with weapons and point them at the country you want to die.

Okay, Israel can try a land attack against Hezbollah, we saw how that went back in 2007 when Hezbollah was much weaker. Even if they win, loads of Israelis would die, Russia gets its revenge without losing any men or taking a serious risk of nuclear war.

Stewie

Why would they not supply Israel’s neighbours with arms if they wanted to retailiate against Israel for doing something like destroying Nordstream.

Because retaliating against a mad dog and supplying arms to its neighbours in retaliation, is probably a lower priority to Russia than the existential threat they view themselves as being engaged in with the Ukraine.

Israel isn’t capable of stopping Russia’s success in the Ukraine in anywhere the same degree as the US is. Thus the stakes against Israel blowing up the pipeline are lower – which makes it more likely they did.

Game theory produces outcomes that aren’t always apparent. Throw in the motivations and the risks I’ve already discussed above and I really can’t see a more likely candidate.

stagmal

i dont htink it was israel either. i think it was u.s but who cares really, does it even matter anymore? no one is going to face consequences for doing it

Stewie

They may as well have done it as there is no way it would have gone ahead without their okay, but you’re right it is a moot point now.

djingbin

Whoever it is, the good thing is that at least some things the warring powers are calm and there are not that many wars.

Russia continues to regularly pay Ukraine for the transit of gas to Europe, which means that the money from the Russian budget goes straight to the enemy’s purchase of weapons, protective equipment, medicines and other tools for combat operations.

Wrote Russia’s most popular military news portal on September 20.
https://topwar.ru/201979-poslednee-rossijskoe-preduprezhdenie.html

And day after partial mobilization was announced on September 21.

Russian gas supplies to Europe in transit through Ukraine remain at previous volume of around 42.4 mln cubic meters per day on September 22

https://tass.com/economy/1511517

And on October 3.

Eastward gas flows via Yamal-Europe stop, supply via Ukraine stable

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/eastward-gas-flows-via-yamal-europe-pipeline-stop-operator-data-2022-10-03/

And on October 21

Amid global energy crisis, U.S. and Russia still working together in quest for unlimited, clean power from nuclear fusion

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/russia-us-nuclear-fusion-iter-cooperation-amid-energy-crisis-ukraine-war/

So Peace will eventually win.

lswchp

The Sound of Silenced Science. A classic.

https://youtu.be/t2LaDrDL4g4

Shae The Burmese

If you play it at 45rpm it’s equivalent to the Speed of Science.

djingbin

In all probability something to do with “climate change.” There was an article about “the risk of a heart attack when working in the garden.”, there was the same risk when taking a shower. Anything but the needle.

djingbin

These are my 3 suggestions for memes; which are not memes but.. not so bad (I guess I was too dumb and couldn’t figure out how to open the pictures.):

1. https://truthfund.com/
“Truth fund… WE ARE FIGHTING DISINFORMATION ABOUT THE WAR IN UKRAINE” :D:D

#4 SPECIAL CAMPAIGNS

An informational and motivational project for the citizens of Ukraine. Its goal is to support the fighting spirit of Ukrainians through the creation of our own superheroes united by Ukrainian storytelling and designed around the new Ukrainian idea and identity.

Vartovi Voli (aka Guardians of Freedom) are a crew of superheroes with characters based on actual and collective images of people whose actions and personalities have become a byword for Ukrainian resistance and courage. 😀

Next steps: creating content about the Ukrainian Avengers for YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok to reach around 1 million users per day.

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2.https://djc.com.ua/obchina/project/?id=7852&lang=ru

The strategic idea of creating the Menorah Center, the ideology of its structure and content, combining the past, present and future of Jewish life in Dnepropetrovsk, belong to the President of the Dnepropetrovsk Jewish Community Gennady Borisovich Bogolyubov and Igor Valeryevich Kolomoisky, President of the United Jewish Community of Ukraine, the founder of the European Council of Jewish Communities (European Council of Jewish Communities) and the European Jewish Union (European Jewish Union). They took over the financing of the construction and full implementation of the project of the multifunctional Menorah center.

The Menorah is the largest Jewish multifunctional center in the world.

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3.https://minobrnauki.gov.ru/press-center/news/molodezhnaya-politika/59798/
Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation

The International Youth Forum of the CIS Member States on Sustainable Development has started in Moscow /October 13

The first International Youth Forum of the CIS member States is dedicated to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aimed at addressing social needs in the field of education and health. The event takes place from 13 to 16 October.

The purpose of the forum is to develop and unite the youth movement between students and specialists from different CIS countries to work together on global social problems within the framework of sustainable development.

The event gathered more than 70 participants: youth ambassadors of the SDGs, representatives of youth associations, leaders of the youth social movement, young professionals, representatives of government agencies and international agencies who are actively involved in the promotion and implementation of the SDGs in the CIS.

… with the support of the Council for Youth Affairs of the CIS Member States and the UN Information Center in Moscow.

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lswchp

Imagine listening to your local morning radio, and the announcer dies of suddenly….

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11349085/Shock-radio-station-announces-55-year-old-host-passed-away-presenting-program.html?ito=native_share_article-top

It’s all a mystery!

Peachy

The number of “suddenly” death seems to significantly exceed gun and knife deaths these days.

Are governments acting to control peoples access to “suddenly”?

Coming

Like if a novel virus with known cardiac negative effects was released into the population ?

maybe China is very aggressive with lockdowns because they know something

Peachy

What are these known cardiac negative effects?

have they been demonstrated and documented in populations unaffected by the special juice?

Freddy

Most viruses cause inflammation and can lead to myocarditis. 30 years ago I knew of a superfit rock climber in his mid-20s who died after contracting a virus and rock climbing without realising he had myocarditis. It happens, and more frequently with covid.

Myocarditis: COVID-19 is a much bigger risk to the heart than vaccination (theconversation.com)

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk of myocarditis after infection with COVID-19 is much higher, at 146 cases per 100,000. 

the risk of post-vaccine myocarditis is 2.13 cases per 100,000 vaccinated

ps: Another anecdote. About 15 years ago my cousin needed a pacemaker inserted after a bout of myocarditis. He was in his mid 30s.

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lswchp

After the last few years, I believe nothing that comes out of the CDC. They’re liars and bullshit artists, completely owned by big pharma.

Freddy

Fair point. Although you do seem to believe conspiracy sites without question.

The stats themselves can be argued but probably not that important to Peachy’s question. Myocarditis is nothing new. Anything that causes an inflammatory response (and yes including vaccine) can cause myocarditis. Fit people are vulnerable to death as per my anecdote where said person did not realise and continued to stress their heart. As i have said before, do not stress your heart within a couple weeks of contracting any virus.

lswchp

Ah yes of course. I believe conspiracy websites without question. You a funny man.

Freddy

ok. It was a cheap shot. I apologise.

lswchp

Well good on you. Apology happily accepted.

bjw678

Whats the risk of myocarditis post vax and post infection given it does nothing to prevent infection? As they finally admitted after insisting that it prevented it for months.
That would be the relevant stat if you can even believe anything they have to say.

Freddy

That is a good question. The answer seems to be vaccine makes no difference for myocarditis.

COVID-19 worse for heart inflammation than vaccine: study | CTV News

Regardless of immunization status, they discovered that COVID-19 patients had a 15-fold higher risk of myocarditis than people who did not catch the virus.

That does validate Coming’s comment.

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Coming

please don’t feed the retarded troll

stagmal

i think both can cause it, but the question is whether its more likely in people below a certain age. for someone of my age and health profile i most definitely do not trust the vaccines to be safer than getting covid.

Freddy

I have stated that if I was under 30 that I would not have the vaccine.

Read comment below. The virus much greater risk regardless of vaccination status. Do not stress your heart after contracting any virus. Unfortunately, professional athletes don’t have that luxury.

stagmal

so if you subtract fatties, ppl without health conditions etc as well, at what age does the vaccine break even with covid in terms of its risk profile? these are the kinds of questions we should have the answer to but unfortunately due to vaxx ideology no one can actually ask.

Freddy

Nobody knows that answer for certain. It could be 30, 40, 50, or even higher if the paranoia about long term effects eventuates.

You don’t need to worry about it at your age.

Coming

its probably about 40 the last time I bothered to look at the numbers

which is essentially when the minimal protective effects of the vaccine make enough difference to the minimal risks of the virus, to offset the minimal risks of the vaccine

but i really dgaf anymore since I was not going to worry about the excess 0.01% risk in either direction when the other option was losing my job

Aussie Soy Boy

It’s almost inconceivable that I know someone who had heart inflammation from their first injection if only 1 in 50,000 chance. I think most of us would know at least one person who had some kind of adverse reaction to the COVID jabs.

Coming

i don’t know any

Gruppenführer Mark

Do you know of any people that have experienced strange unexplained symptoms?

I sort of understand that making statements that heart problems are directly correlated to jabs could be seen as a stretch. One side of the debate says, no proof, so not a cause. The other side of the debate says, nothing else changed except for jabs, so it must be it, but no proof.

In my social circle I am aware of 4 cases of unexplained heart issues, all men: a mid-20s half marathon runner with myocarditis (after 1st booster), a late 30s triathlete suddenly having heart issues, a late 40s fit diver/sailor hafing fainting spells and heart issues, and a mud to late 50s power lifter/ martial arts expert with breathing problems. All within last 6 months.

So I tend to think that there is something there there.

Coming

no i dont know anyone

if i did, why it would not be just as likely or more likely be explained by an unappreciated covid infection?

The vaccine and the infection are essentially the same thing, the infection is just more potent

So why would they not both cause the same problems?

Freddy has posted you a link that suggests that the problem is 15x more likely following infection than vaccination, and that makes sense based on what we know about the relative potency

yes the vaccine does have the potential for heart damage

but it is way less potential than the virus does

(not that the vaccine prevents all that virus damage anyway)

in both cases the numbers are tiny (particularly for the vaccine), so as an individual I barely give a fuck

Of course on a public health/aggregate level there will be problems dealing with all the patients

The mandate was a huge overreach however, and disgusting authoritarianism, yes
Not as bad as the lockdowns though

bjw678

Of course not. 6 months ago he was adamant that these deaths did not exist.

It is a whole buttload of copium for the guilt of recommending these things to potentially thousands of people.

Edit: He’s getting a very big lesson on why drug approval processes take 5-10 years and shouldn’t be rushed. This is how long it takes you see the effects and understand them.

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Peachy

Bjw, delivering the truth bombs, as usual.

👏

Drago

My limited layman’s understanding of Myocarditis was that it was occurring in high level Triathletes (long distance) well before Covid. I know personally of one athlete (competed at world level) who had a pacemaker fitted, the rationale being that they had spent way too long in the red zone.

Another was Greg Welsh, Aussie Ironman triathlete and world best in the ‘90’s, same scenario.

Neither died “suddenly “ however.

https://www.triathlete.com/culture/from-the-heart/

Coming

yes sudden cardiac death was a recognised phenomenon in young athletes well before covid came around

It wasn’t thought to be viral or myocarditis related as far as I know, but had a strong genetic component and also related to exercise-induced hypertrophy

The number recently has been a lot more than before however, so these ones are most likely viral/myocarditis related and probably a smaller subset related or contributed to by the jab

HD

Coming, love you man and I’m sure you’ll be OK, but enough with the copium.

A new Israeli retrospective, test-negative cohort study of 196k unvaccinated Covid cases found no increase in ICD-10 code myocarditis from infection (aHR 1.08;95% CI 0.45-2.56) VS 590k negative controls, despite previous claims that infection caused more myocarditis than vaccine.

https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0383/11/8/221

lswchp

15 foods that elevate the risk of blood clots!

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1674925/blood-clots-risk-salt

If you follow the link, down the bottom are heaps of related articles about all sorts of things that cause blood clots. It’s almost as though there’s been a massive increase in blood clots, and baffled scientists (or MSM journalists) are trying to come up reasons why.

lswchp

So Coles have started producing a “glamour magazine, which is basically heaps of ads about pointless but expensive products aimed at women.

The latest edition has a cover and inside spread featuring a plain looking black woman made up and dressed like a circus clown. She’s apparently a “rising star” named Akosia, and her style and attitude and beauty are things we should all emulate.

They really do think we’re stupid.

Stewie

Yeah I saw that photo at the checkout – I suspect the photographer failed to realise that with all the white makeup she basically looked like a Black & White minstrel.

Drago

They do, but that also makes them stupid (and rapidly out of touch).

A contact told me about the recent Coles all staff national road show of their strategy. She said the Senior Management had encapsulated the strategy into an acronym “Oost” and proceeded to do a Karate punch yelling “Oost!”. Then got the thousand plus audience to stand up and also do that.

Urban Dictionary says Oost is “to dry hump someone of the same sex once with great vigor while they are bending over while shouting “OOST!”, perhaps while they are picking up somthing. idealy an oost should knock someone over. oosts can be performed from a standstill or with a run up.
mr a is bending down to tie his shoelaceand mr b runs up behind him, performing a running oost that knocks him flat on his face.”

lswchp

I just called my Mum to see how she’s going after her recent diagnosis of blood clots in her lungs. She said she was feeling a bit better, which was great, because when I spoke to my Dad he quietly said he thought she was dying a couple of weeks ago.

Mum mentioned that her younger brother (he’s about 82) had also been complaining of shortness of breath which he”d put down to being an old bastad. She’d urged him to get it checked out. Lo and behold, he also has blood clots in his lungs.

FFS.

No1

You must have really pissed off a gypsy to have everyone dying around you. I don’t know anyone with blood clots.

emusplatt

“….then it became a ‘threat’. No group had threatened to use it, none were testing it or working towards it. Just pure nonsense from the security state….”
https://twitter.com/kels_316/status/1584725451133460481