Category: “conspiracy theories”

This is being done on purpose

Denver’s hospital system my collapse. Key note: 8,000 illegal aliens counted for over 20,000 hospital visits. TWENTY. THOUSAND. HOSPITAL. VISITS. WITHOUT A SINGLE DIME BEING PAYED BY PEOPLE WHO ARE IN THIS COUNTRY ILLEGALLY. This is being done on purpose. The people running the Biden administration want the system to collapse. It’s part of their …

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Are you ready to shoot them yet?

If you have kids, and if the government/medical quacks/petty tyrants are demanding that your kids get the jab, what are you going to do? Especially given what we know from the past, and what we’re constantly learning? Berenson’s report is based on a peer-reviewed study of the effects of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines on the …

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I don’t have a single bit of proof

But here’s what my brain is coming up with regarding the Obama’s personal chef, his death from drowning, and Barry showing up in bandages and a black eye. Barry plays for the home team, if you get my drift. I’m not even sure that Michelle Obama (aka Big Mike) is a real woman. Yeah, yeah, …

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Decline And Fall, Informational Edition

     Every institution arises to serve a purpose. If the purpose is accorded good and worthy, and if the institution serves it well, it will flourish. But that’s not a permanent state of grace. An institution that ceases to serve its intended purpose, no matter how well it may have done so in the past, …

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Exploring Implications Spotted In More Timid Reports

First of all, what do I mean by more timid reports? Whatever we read today is subject to censorship and its authors to cancellation. So expect to find reports that only call out the tip of any iceberg. Add to them commentaries that are slightly facetious, sarcastic or satirical. The authors can claim “I intended …

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I Want A New Lens

     I want – possibly need – a lens designed and constructed for analysts to use in looking at the news. It would be utterly distinct from conventional lenses, for it would invert the usual idea of “focus.” It would blur nearby objects and events while it clarifies objects and events in the distance. That …

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