Police, Military Begin Door to Door Searches to Hunt Down New Yorkers Seeking Refuge by Drewski in Coronavirus

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I did nazi that coming.

Most cases are mild by useless_aether in Coronavirus

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I was asking some Italian friends..

The covin related deaths (not the traffic accidents and such), seem to occur in places with extreme air-pollution.

So, maybe we should have ... less air-pollution?

Google Bans Infowars Android App Over Coronavirus Claims by AliceofX in KotakuInAction

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What claims did he make?

Opinion: The Quarantine Days Will Quickly Turn Internet Sanitized and Curated More Than Ever by Crad in censorship

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Some sites went down due to the financial crash.

Opinion: The Quarantine Days Will Quickly Turn Internet Sanitized and Curated More Than Ever by Crad in censorship

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To backup my claims:

https://saidit.net/s/Coronavirus/comments/3ku8/it_is_over_experts_drastically_alter_course_on/cxmd

https://saidit.net/s/Coronavirus/comments/3l19/exclusive_look_inside_new_york_and_new_jersey/


And the video from Germany.

Doctors to Media: “There is no dangerous Corona Pandemic” Video in German with translations Mediziner gegen Medien: “Es gibt keine gefährliche Corona-Pandemie” https://www.bitchute.com/video/DHaeLixie3wK/

There are not many patients in hospital. Wrong treatments likely have caused deaths. Media create an imaginary Pandemic..

(Summary at the end:) In Italy, the Traffic deaths and Cancer deaths, are put on the Corona list, to make the number bigger. The Italian government does this to get more funding from the EU, for their well-known economic problems.

Opinion: The Quarantine Days Will Quickly Turn Internet Sanitized and Curated More Than Ever by Crad in censorship

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Especially when it becomes more clear that the data from Italy was mostly hoaxed.
They added cancer-deaths and traffic-accidents-deaths to the covid-19 data. This is already known in official documents.

Most hospitals are extremely quiet too. And most people ask what the F is going on.

What science questions and/or science answers were you banned for? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I was banned from /r/space - for criticizing the magnetohydrodynamics. Because it is mostly pseudo-science. based on a special case that does really happen in nature. They create magnetic fields out of thin air. (I used friendlier words.)

I was banned from /r/askphysics - for explaining the Maxwell equations. You can explain them in different ways, with different levels of complexity.

I was banned from /r/philosophyOfScience - for discussion a very basic interpretation of quantum mechanics, invented by Max Planck.

Never went into /r/science and /r/askscience and such, because they are very Technocratic. Which means that you can not discuss anything that may conflict with the official consensus.

Addition:
Was banned from /r/lastStageCapitalism about agreeing that Billionaires should not influence the elections. Because I named Soros. Lol.

Why did you switch to Saidit? by legendgamer320 in AskSaidIt

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Your list misses quarantined: /s/911truth

War Profiteering by EndlessSunflowers in WayOfTheBern

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It is far more than one trillion..
There are many hidden transfers plus dark money going into and coming out of these wars.
The Pentagon has lost track of at least $21 Trillion.

IT IS OVER! Experts drastically alter course on Corona Virus.. by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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The report is about the pandemic and the scientists reporting on that. The flue comparison is based on how many people might die.

Why the hospitals in Italy are overcrowded is still not answered.
And I agree that this needs to be looked at.

There is a lot of information about Italy on the same yt channel.

This video also goes into the political battle around the Chloroquine treatment, and refers to many scientific reports.
Trump vs Fauci: Battle of the Agendas

It also goes about Italy with scientific reports.
Skip Video to: 1:16:00
99% of people who died from virus had other ilnesses.
Only 12% have shown a direct causality from corona virus.
Heavy smoking and pollution also contribute to the severity.
The severity is not that high compared to some previous times.

My questions:
Maybe it is also because of the treatment?
The people need ventilators and are put into an artificial coma, because the breathing is deregulated.
This takes a lot of space, and long recovery time.
Maybe this cure is worse than the disease?

Is it actually the Covid19 or something else?
The respiratory problems were already in November, before the Wohan chaos started.
Because most cases were not really tested, many of those cases were mis-identified?

About NYC:
I don't trust the media on NYC, because of the very biased media.
But better stop smoking.

Military Tanks moving in Los Angeles, California - 3/25/20 by Enza in Life

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Steal the tanks!
I just posted on the new report that the Corona Virus is not worse than the flue,
from to the same scientists that declared it a pandemic.
link

IT IS OVER! Experts drastically alter course on Corona Virus.. by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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Via newscientist.com

The experts that had forced us into a quarantine, have revised their claims.
Now from the projection of 500,000 deaths in the UK, when no action is taken,
it is down to 20,000 deaths. The virus is clearly not so severe.

And this is similar to any other flue. So the quarantine may be lifted soon.

Google censors Google Doc of medical hydroxychloroquine coronavirus treatment trial paper by AliceofX in Internet

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This is murder!

Google let people die, by blocking access to a working treatment, because it fits a political agenda.

COVID-19: Further Evidence that the Virus Originated in the US - Global Research by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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I think the point of the researchers is that if the virus was constructed randomly via random evolution, it needed RNA from different sources to construct itself.

And they think that these components for that RNA were only available in the US.

COVID-19: Further Evidence that the Virus Originated in the US - Global Research by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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I am sensitive to 5G, and certainly think that it is unhealthy.
But I found no connection between virus activity and EM-radiation yet.

One clear damage of high-frequency EM-radiation is caused by ions being forced through membranes via the alternating electrical fields.
This causes damage to the membranes.

But one might argue that this also weakens the defence against viruses.

China State-Run Newspaper GLOBAL TIMES States that U.S MILITARY Athlete was the patient zero of coronavirus. by truezookeepergame in news

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Well. It wasn't bats..

WTC 7 Not Destroyed by Fire, Concludes Final University of Alaska Fairbanks Report by zyxzevn in 911truth

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COVID-19: Further Evidence that the Virus Originated in the US - Global Research by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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The US Vaping disease.
I certainly see the US capable of creating an epidemic and blaming China for it.
The US also has one of the most corrupt medical systems that I know of.
And has been responsible for certain disease outbreaks: 1. Testing of disease on people (syphilis).
2. HIV-contaminated vaccines (Bayer).
3. Tick-diseaase.

There is also a good possibility that the Virus is the result of bio-engineering. Maybe to make a potent biowarfare virus.
And there are also several indications of that being the case.
Probably someone at the laboratory got infected, was asymptomatic and travelled around.

Revisiting The COVID-19 Bioweapon Discussion & Italy Also Suggesting This Started Long Before China by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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From the npr.org link at the end.

Some question why Italy was caught off guard when the virus outbreak was revealed on Feb. 21.

Remuzzi says he is now hearing information about it from general practitioners. "They remember having seen very strange pneumonia, very severe, particularly in old people in December and even November," he says. "This means that the virus was circulating, at least in [the northern region of] Lombardy and before we were aware of this outbreak occurring in China."

He says it was impossible to combat something you didn't know existed.

Null-Hypothesis - Quantum mechanics shows that there are no photons by zyxzevn in Physics

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[Moderator note] One Reply that bring down the pyramid of discussion (via ad hominem) has been removed.

Countries who did not have signed the Biological Weapons Convection by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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Which one of those countries would benefit the most of the current Coronavirus outbreak?

Mueller & Justice Dept Quietly Drop Russiagate Indictments by JasonCarswell in Russia

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Russiagate has been nothing but a psychosis caused by a corrupt US news media.

Just some of the goodies Pelosi shoved in her Stimulus Bill by useless_aether in politics

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It is as if every "donor" and sjw had a say in this.
But good news: I will settle for only 1 billion to my personal account.

❌The Coronavirus CONSPIRACY - Did COVID-19 Come from America? (by Nathan Rich) by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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The last American Vagabond goes deeper into this
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8loolWzkc7w/?list=subscriptions
He suggests that there are multiple strains.

Empire Files - COVID19, US Empire & Biden v. Bernie by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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They go into the problems that are caused by the political quarrels. (sadly, they mostly focus on Trump's part).

A huge problem is the greed of the corporations to establish a monopoly on tests and medicine.
People are already being bankrupted for testing ($ 35,000 - to test).

This greed will kill AND bankrupt people. It will put most people either into death or bank-slavery.
And this may have an negative effect on the rest of the world via patents.

Sanctions are really killing people and should be considered as acts of war-crimes. They are needless and people in/around Iran are now seeing the US as an enemy (instead of a thread).

Almost as if this was always the plan..

❌The Coronavirus CONSPIRACY - Did COVID-19 Come from America? (by Nathan Rich) by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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Summary:
Some in the virus-laboratory clearly fucked-up in the US.
We don't know exactly what happened due to the secrecy ("national security").

The outbreak does not show Covid-19 in that area, but there were more cases and some deaths. We need to look into the cause of these deaths.

Another source:
https://www.globalresearch.ca/china-coronavirus-shocking-update/5705196
Researcher in Taiwan (enemy of China) follows the mutations in the virus, and it may lead to the US. The US has all the RNA-strains that are necessary for that virus to build itself.

I also think that China fucked up in different ways. A bio-lab was nearby.

Because the scientists of different countries were working together,
this may all be a big international cluster-fuck.

The hoax of Russian Hacking by zyxzevn in Hacking

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What did the “hackers” take from the DNC?

Ellen Nakashima's reporting is contradictory and wrong. Initially, she is told that the hackers got access to the entire Donald Trump database and that all emails and chats could be read. But then she is assured that only two files were taken. This was based on Crowdstrike's CEO's assurance, which was proven subsequently to be spectacularly wrong when Wikileaks published 35,813 DNC emails. How did Crowdstrike miss that critical detail? Here is Nakashima's reporting:

Russian government hackers penetrated the computer network of the Democratic National Committee and gained access to the entire database of opposition research on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, according to committee officials and security experts who responded to the breach.

The intruders so thoroughly compromised the DNC’s system that they also were able to read all email and chat traffic, said DNC officials and the security experts. . . .

The DNC said that no financial, donor or personal information appears to have been accessed or taken, suggesting that the breach was traditional espionage, not the work of criminal hackers.

One group, which CrowdStrike had dubbed Cozy Bear, had gained access last summer (2015) and was monitoring the DNC’s email and chat communications, Alperovitch said.

The other, which the firm had named Fancy Bear, broke into the network in late April and targeted the opposition research files. It was this breach that set off the alarm. The hackers stole two files, Henry said. And they had access to the computers of the entire research staff — an average of about several dozen on any given day. . . .

CrowdStrike is continuing the forensic investigation, said Sussmann, the DNC lawyer. “But at this time, it appears that no financial information or sensitive employee, donor or voter information was accessed by the Russian attackers,” he said.

The DNC emails that are posted on the Wikileaks website and the metadata shows that these emails were removed from the DNC server starting the late on the 22nd of May and continuing thru the 23rd of May. The last tranche occurred late in the morning (Washington, DC time) of the 25th of May 2016. Crowdstrike’s CEO, Shawn Henry, insisted on the 14th of June 2016 that “ONLY TWO FILES” had been taken. This is demonstrably not true. Besides the failure of Crowdstrike to detect the removal of more than 35,000 emails, there is another important and unanswered question—why did Crowdstrike wait until the 10th of June 2016 to start disconnecting the DNC server when they allegedly knew on the 6th of May that the Russians had entered the DNC network?

Crowdstrike accused Russia of the DNC breach but lacked concrete proof.

Ellen Nakashima’s report reveals that Crowdstrike relied exclusively on circumstantial evidence for its claim that the Russian Government hacked the DNC server. According to Nakashima:

CrowdStrike is not sure how the hackers got in. The firm suspects they may have targeted DNC employees with “spearphishing” emails. These are communications that appear legitimate — often made to look like they came from a colleague or someone trusted — but that contain links or attachments that when clicked on deploy malicious software that enables a hacker to gain access to a computer. “But we don’t have hard evidence,” Alperovitch said.

There is a word in English for the phrases, "Not sure" and "No hard evidence”--that word is, "assumption." Assuming that the Russians did it is not the same as proving, based on evidence, that the Russians were culpable. But that is exactly what CrowdStrike did.

The so-called "proof" of the Russian intrusions is the presence of Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear?

At first glance, Dmitri Alperovitch’s blog posting describing the Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear “intrusions” appears quite substantive. But cyber security professionals quickly identified a variety of shortcomings with the Alperovitch account. For example, this malware is not unique nor proprietary to Russia. Other countries and hackers have access to APT28 and have used it.

Skip Folden offers one of the best comprehensive analyses of the problems with the Alperovitch explanation:

No basis whatsoever:

APT28, aka Fancy Bear, Sofacy, Strontium, Pawn Storm, Sednit, etc., and APT29, aka Cozy Bear, Cozy Duke, Monkeys, CozyCar,The Dukes, etc., are used as ‘proof’ of Russia ‘hacking’ by Russian Intelligence agencies GRU and FSB respectively.

There is no basis whatsoever to attribute the use of known intrusion elements to Russia, not even if they were once reverse routed to Russia, which claim has never been made by NSA or any other of our IC.

On June 15, 2016 Dmitri Alperovitch himself, in an Atlantic Council article, gave only “medium-level of confidence that Fancy Bear is GRU” and “low-level of confidence that Cozy Bear is FSB.” These assessments, from the main source himself, that either APT is Russian intelligence, averages 37%-38% [(50 + 25) / 2].

Exclusivity:

None of the technical indicators, e.g., intrusion tools (such as X-Agent, X-Tunnel), facilities, tactics, techniques, or procedures, etc., of the 28 and 29 APTs can be uniquely attributed to Russia, even if one or more had ever been trace routed to Russia. Once an element of a set of intrusion tools is used in the public domain it can be reverse-engineered and used by other groups which precludes the assumption of exclusivity in future use. The proof that any of these tools have never been reverse engineered and used by others is left to the student - or prosecutor.

Using targets:

Also, targets have been used as basis for attributing intrusions to Russia, and that is pure nonsense. Both many state and non-state players have deep interests in the same targets and have the technical expertise to launch intrusions. In Grizzly Steppe, page 2, second paragraph, beginning with, “Both groups have historically targeted ...,” is there anything in that paragraph which can be claimed as unique to Russia or which excludes all other major state players in the world or any of the non-state organizations? No.

Key Logger Consideration:

On the subject of naming specific GRU officers initiating specific actions on GRU Russian facilities on certain dates / times, other than via implanted ID chips under the finger tips of these named GRU officers, the logical assumption would be by installed key logger capabilities, physical or malware, on one or more GRU Russian computers.

The GRU is a highly advanced Russian intelligence unit. It would be very surprising were the GRU open to any method used to install key logger capabilities. It would be even more surprising, if not beyond comprehension that the GRU did not scan all systems upon start-up and in real time, including key logger protection and anomalies of performance degradation and data transmissions.

Foreign intelligence source:

Other option would be via a foreign intelligence unit source with local GRU access. Any such would be quite anti-Russian and be another nail in the coffin of any chain of evidence / custody validity at Russian site.

Stated simply, Dmitri Alperovitch's conclusion that "the Russians did it" are not supported by the forensic evidence. Instead, he relies on the assumption that the presence of APT28 and APT29 prove Moscow's covert hand. What is even more striking is that the FBI accepted this explanation without demanding forensic evidence.

Former FBI Director James Comey and former NSA Director Mike Rogers testified under oath before Congress that neither agency ever received access to the DNC server. All information the FBI used in its investigation was supplied by CrowdStrike. The Hill reported:

The FBI requested direct access to the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) hacked computer servers but was denied, Director James Comey told lawmakers on Tuesday.

The bureau made “multiple requests at different levels,” according to Comey, but ultimately struck an agreement with the DNC that a “highly respected private company” would get access and share what it found with investigators.

The foregoing facts raise major questions about the validity of the Crowdstrike methodology and conclusions with respect to what happened on the DNC network. This is not a conspiracy theory. It is a set of facts that, as of today, have no satisfactory explanation. The American public deserve answers.

The hoax of Russian Hacking by zyxzevn in Hacking

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Here is the bottom-line—despite being hired in late April (or early May) of 2016 to stop an unauthorized intrusion into the DNC, CrowdStrike, the cyber firm hired by the DNC's law firm to solve the problem, failed abysmally. More than 30,000 emails were taken from the DNC server between 22 and 25 May 2016 and given to Wikileaks. Crowdstrike blamed Russia for the intrusion but claimed that only two files were taken. And CrowdStrike inexplicably waited until 10 June 2016 to reboot the DNC network.

CrowdStrike, a cyber-security company hired by a Perkins Coie lawyer retained by the DNC, provided the narrative to the American public of the alledged hack of the DNC, But the Crowdstrike explanation is inconsistent, contradictory and implausible. Despite glaring oddities in the CrowdStrike account of that event, CrowdStrike subsequently traded on its fame in the investigation of the so-called Russian hack of the DNC and became a publicly traded company. Was CrowdStrike’s fame for “discovering” the alleged Russian hack of the DNC a critical factor in its subsequent launch as a publicly traded company?

The Crowdstrike account of the hack is very flawed. There are 11 contradictions, inconsistencies or oddities in the public narrative about CrowdStrike’s role in uncovering and allegedly mitigating a Russian intrusion (note--the underlying facts for these conclusions are found in Ellen Nakashima's Washington Post story, Vicki Ward's Esquire story, the Mueller Report and the blog of Crowdstrike founder Dmitri Alperovitch):

  • Two different dates—30 April or 6 May—are reported by Nakashima and Ward respectively as the date CrowdStrike was hired to investigate an intrusion into the DNC computer network.
  • There are on the record contradictions about who hired Crowdstrike. Nakashima reports that the DNC called Michael Sussman of the law firm, Perkins Coie, who in turn contacted Crowdtrike’s CEO Shawn Henry. Crowdstrike founder Dmitri Alperovitch tells Nakashima a different story, stating our “Incident Response group, was called by the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
  • CrowdStrike claims it discovered within 24 hours the “Russians” were responsible for the “intrusion” into the DNC network.
  • CrowdStrike’s installation of Falcon (its proprietary software to stop breaches) on the DNC on the 1st of May or the 6th of May would have alerted to intruders that they had been detected.
  • CrowdStrike officials told the Washington Post’s Ellen Nakashima that they were, “not sure how the hackers got in” and didn’t “have hard evidence.”
  • In a blog posting by CrowdStrike’s founder, Dmitri Alperovitch, on the same day that Nakashima’s article was published in the Washington Post, wrote that the intrusion into the DNC was done by two separate Russian intelligence organizations using malware identified as Fancy Bear (APT28) and Cozy Bear (APT29).
  • But, Alperovitch admits his team found no evidence the two Russian organizations were coordinating their “attack” or even knew of each other’s presence on the DNC network.
  • There is great confusion over what the “hackers” obtained. DNC sources claim the hackers gained access to the entire database of opposition research on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. DNC sources and CrowdStrike claimed the intruders, “read all email and chat traffic.” Yet, DNC officials insisted, “that no financial, donor or personal information appears to have been accessed or taken.” However, CrowdStrike states, “The hackers stole two files.”
  • Crowdstrike’s Alperovitch, in his blog posting, does not specify whether it was Cozy Bear or Fancy Bear that took the files.
  • Wikileaks published DNC emails in July 2016 that show the last message taken from the DNC was dated 25 May 2016. This was much more than “two files.”
  • CrowdStrike, in complete disregard to basic security practice when confronted with an intrusion, waited five weeks to disconnect the DNC computers from the network and sanitize them.

Let us start with the very contradictory public accounts attributed to Crowdstrke’s founder, Dmitri Alperovitch. The 14 June 2016 story by Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post and the October 2016 piece by Vicki Ward in Esquire magazine offer two different dates for the start of the investigation:

When did the DNC learn of the “intrusion”?

Ellen Nakashima claims it was the end of April:

“DNC leaders were tipped to the hack in late April. Chief executive Amy Dacey got a call from her operations chief saying that their information technology team had noticed some unusual network activity. . . . That evening, she spoke with Michael Sussmann, a DNC lawyer who is a partner with Perkins Coie in Washington. Soon after, Sussmann, a former federal prosecutor who handled computer crime cases, called Henry, whom he has known for many years. Within 24 hours, CrowdStrike had installed software on the DNC’s computers so that it could analyze data that could indicate who had gained access, when and how.

Ward’s timeline, citing Alperovitch, reports the alert came later, on 6 May 2016:

At six o'clock on the morning of May 6, Dmitri Alperovitch woke up in a Los Angeles hotel to an alarming email. . . . late the previous night, his company had been asked by the Democratic National Committee to investigate a possible breach of its network. A CrowdStrike security expert had sent the DNC a proprietary software package, called Falcon, that monitors the networks of its clients in real time. Falcon "lit up," the email said, within ten seconds of being installed at the DNC: Russia was in the network.

This is a significant and troubling discrepancy because it marks the point in time when CrowdStrike installed its Falcon software on the DNC server. It is one thing to confuse the 30th of April with the 1st of May. But Alperovitch gave two different reporters two different dates.

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Did the CIA invent the term 'conspiracy theory' ? - Unexplained Mysteries by RickC-137 in conspiracy

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Wrong question.

CIA used the term "conspiracy theory" to attack people who doubt the CIA's made up story. They planted that term in the media to picture such people as mentally unstable.

“The narrative illusion introduces a “mind virus”, which is a syntactical contagion that spreads through communicative vectors & colonizes the cognitive biases of the targeted individual’s psychology..” ― James Scott, Senior Fellow, The Center for Cyber Influence Operations Studies by Enza in Life

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That is how the US media and propaganda machine operates.

It would be interesting to analyse how the mind-virus works,
and what tricks are being used.

The most common themes:

  • the black/white propaganda of almost every topic. Example: open borders versus put children in cages.

  • Making personal opinion a political issue. Example: you must call trans a certain way.

  • Making it forbidden to call out bad people. Example: gang rapists.

  • Put real whistleblowers in jails. And accuse people using fake witnesses.

  • Accuse other people of what you are doing. Example: election interference.

  • Place actors in news.

  • Let liars speak, and support their clear lies. Example: russia-gate, impeachment.

  • Create support with controlled opposition or fake opposition. Example: impeachment.

  • Create support by creating chaos. Example: Covin-19

  • Make enemies of former friendly nations. Example: Russia.

  • Best friends with actual enemies. Example: Israel, Saudi Arabia

Left-wing student calls police on PragerU's Will Witt for conducting interviews on campus: 'They're threatening me ... with their ideals' by AliceofX in KotakuInAction

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What were the questions?

Something like: "Do you understand biology?"

Magnetic levitation by zyxzevn in Physics

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Spin-stabilized magnetic levitation

Spin-stabilized magnetic levitation is a phenomenon of magnetic levitation whereby a spinning magnet or array of magnets is levitated via magnetic forces above another magnet or array of magnets, and stabilised by gyroscopic effect due to a spin that is neither too fast, nor too slow to allow for a necessary precession.

The phenomenon was originally discovered through invention by Vermont inventor Roy M. Harrigan in the 1970s. On May 3, 1983 Harrigan received a United States patent for his original levitation device based upon this phenomenon he discovered. Independent of Harrigan, a Pennsylvanian inventor named Joseph Chieffo made the same discovery in 1984 employing a flat base magnet, a geometry that proved a significant advance over his predecessor's dished-base design.

Covid19 is being used for warfare, globalization and censorship [New World This Week/CorbettReport] by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Those people playing Q on the internet certainly know everything. Trust the play.

Stephan Monlyneux and Dr Paul Cottrell discus about the laboratory origin of the Coronavirus by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Summary:

The discussion first goes into how this virus has been engineered as a weapon, attacking the very common ACE-2 enzyme. It is nearly impossible that these mutations could have been an accident, because the former variants were far too different. It seems a combination of the SARS and AIDS, adjusted to use ACE-2 as entry, so it spreads easily. ACE-2 attacks the lung-sacks, liver and heart.

The scientific community does not likely admit to it, because it would cost them a lot of funding and trust. The scientists involved in microbiology have been engineering these variants, and that is well known. But they will never be able to stop these kinds of events. Especially when inte4lligence is involved, that have used these diseases as a weapon.

The scientific community is lacking the insight into these chaotic (and evil) events, and will claim false authority.

The estimate is that it will last for 18 months at least. There will be many waves with variants. For the US is 165 million of infections, 1/6 with severe health problems, and 6.9 million will die (mostly older people). The problem will be severe for the economy. The governments, state media (inclusive facebook/google) and banks will use this to push a totalitarian (technocratic) system, with forced vaccinations and bank-owned money.

Google no longer censoring search results? by RickC-137 in conspiracy

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What search machines are never censored?

I Received a Three Day Ban for Pointing out Violent Content by Thuggled in WatchRedditDie

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The violent activists have taken control of reddit.
They work together with some admins, but I also think that they use mass reporting on your replies.

Disinformation Agent: The Truth About Philip Klass. Kathleen Marden on the Richard Dolan Show. by zyxzevn in UFO

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In the history of the study of UFOs, Philip J. Klass takes the title as the leading debunker of the subject. For forty years, his name was practically synonymous with the idea of UFO skepticism. He was regularly cited throughout the mainstream media as an authoritative voice on the subject, and his work helped to stifle acceptance about the reality of UFOs. But Kathleen Marden has investigated the background of Philip Klass and found it to be highly questionable. Back in the 1960s, Klass developed a close relationship with a member of the Soviet embassy in Washington, DC and was suspected by the FBI to have been a Soviet asset. What it looks like is that the intelligence community used this against Klass to enlist his services toward full-time UFO debunking efforts. Without a doubt, Klass's knowledge of the UFO subject was superficial, but his relentless smear campaigns and personal attacks against leading UFO researchers more than made up for that. To this day, Klass is lionized by the skeptical community, but in fact has left them with a shameful legacy.

Kathleen's research on this subject is highlighted in her recent book, Fact, Fiction and Flying Saucers: The Truth Behind the Misinformation, Distortion, and Derision by Debunkers, Government Agencies, and Conspiracy Conmen, which she co-authored with the late Stanton T. Friedman. Her book is available here: https://tinyurl.com/sf2soq3

The bank never, ever runs out of money. by Chipit in conspiracy

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There is blatant voter fraud going on in the U.S. by magnora7 in politics

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As staged as American Wrestling.
Their solution: Remove exit polls.

Schools Are Gaslighting Autistic Children to Become Trans by zyxzevn in Gaslighting

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Akkad Daily - Schools Are Being Accused of Grooming Autistic Children to Become Trans

From research it appears to me that Trans is a Social Construct, and usually connect with children who clearly have psychological disorders. Trans is 100% connected with body mutilation and suicide. Many young trans later regret their choice, and stay mutilated for life.

Here's how Iceland radically cut teenage drug use by zyxzevn in Solutions

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Thanks for TL;DR.

What does everyone think lies in the future of Reddit? by legendgamer320 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Like http://www.digg.com
Became commercial and went down hard.