Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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Not who you’re chatting with, and I agree with you but couldn’t this chart be easily dismissed as, “the number of vaxxed far outnumber the unvaxxed. Therefore, it would make sense that more vaxxed die from Covid than unvaxxed.”

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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You are correct that dingleberry is a shill. I set him up nicely here to prove it.

https://saidit.net/s/news/comments/9kts/hundreds_of_health_care_workers_fired_for/yy6d?context=3

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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Me:

Were award-winning, peer-reviewed cardiologist and epidemiologist Dr Royceberg’s opposing assessments also deemed “poorly argued?”

Dingleberry:

yes

That’s interesting. Because I completely made up that name out of thin air. LMAO! Fraud.

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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Were award-winning, peer-reviewed cardiologist and epidemiologist Dr Royceberg’s opposing assessments also deemed “poorly argued?”

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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If you don’t know their argument, then how can you say they have “no argument” and how can informed consent to be given?

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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You’ve witnessed “thousands of scientists” saying something? When? Where?

Was it a public back-and-forth where the scientists (like Peter McCullough, Robert Malone, Ryan Cole, Simone Gold, etc.) representing the opposing arguments were included? What exactly were their most compelling arguments, and how were they disproven?

Personally, I’ve never seen any public conversation/debate on the issue. How does “informed consent” work without knowing all sides?

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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You just skipped my questions and went straight to, “because they said so.”

Hundreds of health care workers fired for refusing covid jabs win multi-million dollar settlement. First of many, hopefully by iamonlyoneman in news

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What evidence convinced you that Covid has killed or seriously harmed anyone? Even the CDC reported that 95% of “Covid deaths” had at least two comorbidities. I’d assume most, if not all of the remaining 5% had at least one comorbidity.

Does just arbitrarily saying that Covid “aggravated” those comorbidities causing death really satisfy their burden of proof to you, especially when the WHO openly defines “Covid death” as anyone who dies while having Covid (even if it’s by something unrelated like a gun shot to the head)?

YEAR ONE. Everything we built on our abandoned land - ProjectKamp by send_nasty_stuff in 200acres

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Incredible. That’s not just ambition. How does someone learn to do all that? Solar panels. Pizza ovens. Awesome. Thanks for the post.

Today a Good Jew Died by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright

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Dodging. No fun.

The US Supreme court has overturned Roe vs Wade - Thoughts? by Nasser in debatealtright

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Seems inconsistent

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I still disagree

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I disagree

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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No thoughts on judge Judy? Lol

Again, unless you’re fixated on the easy “hologram” side of the debate, I’m not sure how you’re jumping to Covid conspiracy being “demonstrably false and illogical” (especially when you’ve admitted to overlapping interests) in response to me pointing out the oddity of a dissident erring on the side of further normalizing mass trust and mass acquiescence to a group that he considers an enemy. I would think, even if there weren’t millions of adverse events reported, you’d advise against compliance for that reason alone.

Australia and Canada are still very much in Covid mode. Biden just renewed the emergency through July. I’m still not clear on why, if they don’t want the virus to run “rampant,” they don’t simply have a debate to convert a good number of skeptics.

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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So you’re adamantly anti-Covid conspiracy, but admit that it is coincidentally in line with their “interests?”

Saying they don’t debate because they are “largely right” is circular and presumes a position that can be respected only AFTER a thorough back and forth debate has been had. That hasn’t been done.

Short of that, if you were Judge Judy trying to hear both sides of a matter, and one party was continuously preventing the other party from being heard, what do you think she would do? She would grant default judgment against the suppressive party. You’re doing the opposite.

Also, by fixating on claims of FEMA camps and doomsday speculations, it reminds me of people who think all 9/11 truthers believe the planes were holograms. The “hysterical shit” is mostly the result of people having to take their persuasion tactics to the next level, because others (such as yourself?) flippantly dismiss the less sexy red flags. Like the obvious suppression of professional opposing viewpoints I’ve been talking about.

Again, I’m just curious as my username suggests. But I would think a responsible dissident would error on the side of not further normalizing trust and acquiescence to an authority that is already allegedly is trying to replace his people. But again, you’re doing the opposite.

Can we make a list of all the red flags/inconsistencies that led people to believe the Covid/vax hysteria is nonsense? by curious2 in whatever

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Thanks for the effort!

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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But they’re not censoring the pro vax position. Why don’t they censor Fauci. Their “addiction” is only in one direction?

Why would they host multiple primary/general election debates but not vax debates? What was Dr McCullough’s rebuttal to the person who rebutted him? And what will the new rebuttal to Dr McCullough be? I’m not smarter than them. Surely they know that more people would take the vax with even the appearance of a debate. Yet, no debate to save lives?

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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If they genuinely want to get everyone vaxxed for their safety, why do you think there is no PUBLIC debate though, on TV, ensuring that no stone is left unturned? For example, between Fauci and Peter McCullough, if only to expose the flaws in McCullough’s position, which could inspire many of the hold-outs to get it, right?

We have public debates between political candidates to supposedly to educate the voter. Why wouldn’t they want to have a thorough public debate if billions of people are suddenly going to be basically forced to inject a foreign substance into their veins?

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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In your opinion, what should everyday people do with the professional opinions of doctors like Peter McCullough, Ryan Cole, Robert Malone, etc? Should they just be dismissed, and the opinions of the politician-affiliated professionals be adopted without a public debate? Are there any red flags the opposing position has raised that have any legitimacy to you?

Vaccine side effects: A personal anecdote by TheJamesRocket in debatealtright

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In your opinion, what should everyday people do with the professional opinions of doctors like Peter McCullough, Ryan Cole, Robert Malone, etc? Should they just be dismissed, and the opinions of the politician-affiliated professionals be adopted without a public debate?

Are there any red flags the opposing position has raised that have any legitimacy to you?

FTN comes out on the anti-vax side by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Interesting. I could see your point if vaers death incidents mentioned those “normal” causes of death (car accidents, cancer, etc), but they don’t. So, why couldn’t one argue that these deaths are in addition to the deaths you mention? Curious what you think of this from Dr McCullough. Have you seen it?

“And so two important analyses came forward, one from McLaughlin in London and one by Rose, using the VAERS data and they basically concluded this: that 50% of the deaths occur between 48 hours of the injection and 80% of the deaths occur within a week.

86% of the deaths have no other explanation. They’re well enough to walk into an ambulatory and actually have the COVID-19 vaccine and within two days, they’ve died. So, it’s my judgement – and I’ve done a lot of work on data and safety monitoring boards and clinical review boards – it’s my judgement, at this point in time that the vaccine is the cause of death in the majority of cases.”

https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/dr-peter-mccullough-urgent-warning-about-poisonous-jabs/

Race and animal abuse data? by curious2 in debatealtright

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Thanks again

Race and animal abuse data? by curious2 in debatealtright

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Thanks for the effort here. Do you know on which of the 19 pages it says blacks are 36 percent more likely to abuse animals? I skimmed it pretty thoroughly and couldn’t find that.

If alt right can blame black crime ultimately on the Js, then why can’t the media blame black on Asian crimes ultimately on white supremacy. by curious2 in debatealtright

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Yes. That’s what I’m referring to. Both Ho (from that article) and the alt right are using the same indirect blame approach.

If you can blame Js, then why can’t they blame white supremacy?

If alt right can blame black crime ultimately on the Js, then why can’t the media blame black on Asian crimes ultimately on white supremacy. by curious2 in debatealtright

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It’s the indirect facilitating and enabling that ultimately results in black violence that I’m referring to. The same logic could be used for white supremacy’s indirect influence on black on Asian crime, no?

I explain it a little further in my response to Foxysdt above, in case that wasn’t clear.

If alt right can blame black crime ultimately on the Js, then why can’t the media blame black on Asian crimes ultimately on white supremacy. by curious2 in debatealtright

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If you remove a stop sign, are you free from blame when the traffic accident occurs? It’s the same principle here.

I believe the alt right angle is that Js are enabling and facilitating black crime with their constant talk of equality and failing to report black crime, which makes people essentially lower their guard around blacks when, in fact, they shouldn’t be “relaxed.” Is this not correct?

Papers, Please! Oregon Now Requires ‘Proof of Vaccination’ by NewsJunkie in news

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That’s a good point. If someone believes we are innocent until proven guilty, then the “sick until proven healthy” approach (which requiring masks implies) would seem to contradict that.

Race and animal abuse data? by curious2 in debatealtright

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Those links can take you on a sad path :(

Race and animal abuse data? by curious2 in debatealtright

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Damn that’s barbaric. As for whites, I’m not sure. It may be Indians as another user mentioned. They worship cows. I’m not sure if that care is extended to other animals as well.

Race and animal abuse data? by curious2 in debatealtright

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All good points. In this case, I’m looking for direct person on animal abuse. I suspect most people who eat meat wouldn’t have the heart to actually go through with, for example, cutting a cow’s throat.