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More than you want to know about virus gain-of-function research and you know what.

The article below is a fascinating look into aspects of viral manipulation and the politics of research funding and regulation of gain-of-function research. The ultimate resolution of the debate over where the SARS2 virus came from undoubtedly depends on what is found in the lab notes of the so-called “Bat Lady” of the Wuhan Institute …

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A fascinating look into the “we know what’s best for you” mentality.

I’m not familiar with Kyle Kulinski who apparently is a “progressive.” He’s quite impressive I find and he’s angry over this lunatic censorship mentality and the interview with Susan Wojcicki (wuu-CHIT-skee, in case you were wondering), the chief of YouTube, that he highlights is telling. His new subscriber numbers have plummeted due to his being …

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Insufferable arrogance.

Ben Bartee on the Great Reset: All of which begs the questions: Who decided on these changes [to our societies and economies]? What populations in the Western “democracies” were permitted to exercise popular will in a vote on these changes? For whose benefit are these “Great Reset” policies enacted?[1] Progressive scum were only just warming …

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Thirty minutes of eloquence, honesty and courage.

I have great respect for this man.

Know the agenda.

The bottom line is this: America is the primary target of the globalists because we are one of the only countries with the means and the numbers to stop them and the [Great] Reset. Until they are removed from the equation they will continue to throw crisis after crisis at us in order to wear …

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Good question.

The editorial board of the Washington Post recently advised Zelensky: “Mr. Zelensky now has the opportunity to forge a partnership with Mr. Biden that could decisively advance Ukraine’s attempt to break free from Russia and join the democratic West. He should seize on it.” So, now that we’ve shown who is doing the pushing here, …

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Misaligned incentives.

From where I sit, people aren’t stupid. They may make dumb decisions but these [are] maximized thanks to the misaligned incentives of a corrupt monetary system. Absent consequences for dumb decisions, people will continue to make them until they can’t. And yet our feudal overlords [think] there is no limit to this.[1] Apparently the Chinese …

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How the world would be better without police.

The Babylon Bee deftly skewers the ever-expanding moron population as usual: 7. All problems in the black community will go away – Everything wrong in the inner city is the cops’ fault. If the cops go, everything will be solved. It’s just that simple! Check out the other six ways here.

Because spouting the Democrat line is job number one.

Feckless, feeble, useless “Republicanism” at its best. The one, the only, Liz Cheney!!! H/t: The Gateway Pundit, described by Wikipedia as an “American far-right fake news website.” Now you know.

Some kind of an agenda here.

Reassurance from central banks is only emboldening investors to add to their risks. When Powell attempts to explain his continued actions, many of us who pay attention to such things cry “Bullshit.” Not only is the current Fed policy uncalled for but it does little to strengthen the economy or address our problems. What it …

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Not often pointed out.

Today we’re being fed justifications for escalating hostilities against Russia, China and Iran: they’re bad actors, they defy our ‘rules-based’ global utopia, they have a bad human rights record, they’re communists or undemocratic or anti-LGBT or whatever else might work to generate consent for another big war. However, the fact that one nation initiated more …

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“Mea Culpa: Oregon’s Largest Newspaper Admits Defunding Police Was A Terrible Idea As Homicides Skyrocket.” By ZeroHedge, 4/5/21.

Through the looking glass.

How can dollar debasement policies aimed at inflating away the debt ever succeed when it’s these very policies that induce the massive growth of debt in the first place?[1] Dollar debasement IS the OFFICIAL game plan. An endless loop of moronic policy with, if you remember the days of DOS, no ctrl+C (halt execution). Yes, …

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The rest is just detail.

Borrowing a quarter of the nation’s entire economic output every year to prop up an ineffective, corrupt status quo is putting a Band-Aid over a tumor. “Do We Really Think A Band-Aid Will Heal A Tumor?” By Charles Hugh Smith, ZeroHedge, 3/27/21 (emphasis removed).

Not interested in U.S. tutelage.

Here’s a little diversity that we so slobber over 24/7. Diversity of opinion, that is. Sensible people in other countries are trying to tell us something: Our resident corps of hysterics and psychopaths seem to prefer the high-explosives approach to ordering the rules-based international order but as this eloquent woman suggests working together to defeat …

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The Great Skewering.

The lockdown of the world by politicians following the direction of health care “expert” models has proved to be the absolute worst decision since the leaders of Europe thought the conflict started in July 1914 would be over in a few weeks. It is now clear the lockdowns were used as the main lever to …

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When you tune to the right frequency . . .

. . . it’s ALL b_______. Inflation is already raging, but the government and Fed tell you it is 1.5%. There are 261 million working age Americans and only 127 million are employed full-time, but the government tells you the unemployment rate is 6.2%, when more than 50% of those capable of working are not. …

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Pearls of expression.

This was [Martin] Gurri’s main thrust. The book’s [The Revolt of the Public] striking feature however, was how it seemed so completely to nail the coming Trump and Brexit era – and the ‘anti-system’ impulse behind them. In America, this impulse found Trump – not the other way around. The point here essentially being that …

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Pretty much.

Someone should write a book: The Education of Valdimir Putin. About the lessons Russia has learned about its Western ‘partners’ since the end of the Cold War. Western engagement with Russia seems to consist entirely of lies, bluster, insults, betrayal, pigeon-like chess playing, pressure tactics (sanctions), intimidation, etc. Such group-think and hostility leads to war.[1] …

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Pearls of expression.

At the time when political power began soaring, in the 1930s, American political thinking systematically disregarded the danger from government. In the 1940s, as Professor David Ciepley observed, “the State was dropped from American social science, as part of the reaction to the rise of totalitarianism. All traces of state autonomy, now understood as ‘state …

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