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Sea Ray

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As to their reasoning for not vaccinating people under 50 they say:

The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with covid-19

I appreciate their honesty. Wish our gov't would be as honest. Furthermore, if that is not the purpose, can they even call it a vaccine, no matter how much they alter the definition?

Vaccination against covid-19
 

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As to their reasoning for not vaccinating people under 50 they say:

The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with covid-19

I appreciate their honesty. Wish our gov't would be as honest. Furthermore, if that is not the purpose, can they even call it a vaccine, no matter how much they alter the definition?

Vaccination against covid-19
It is not a vaccine. It is a therapeutic. A therapeutic that doesn’t work.
 

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Setting aside the political BS, we ought to be really worried about the lack of effectiveness of the RNA vaccines.

RNA biotechnology will be our best hope for a true pandemic or biological attack.
 

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Scientists support whoever pays them…

Argued with a professor in college about something similar to this.

Her stance was that scientist were impartial and reported their findings accurately. I called bs and said they skewed the data to whatever direction the individual paying them wanted.

Nice to see things haven’t changed in 15 years.
 

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Scientists support whoever pays them…

I haven't seen evidence that they actually paid the $115 million. Pledged and paid are two different things. But it sure seems fishy

Late last year, Evergrande defaulted on its $300 billion debt. It now seems to have ceased providing financial data to the public entirely. But along the way to this troubling end point, it did something very peculiar.

In February 2020, then just a month away from announcing a plan to reduce its debt by $23.3 billion per year over the subsequent three years, Evergrande pledged to give Harvard University $115 million for Covid research.


On the 2nd February, Harvard reached out to Anthony Fauci days before the deal was made, saying Evergrande’s CEO wanted to connect Fauci with Zhong Nanshan, the legendary Chinese pulmonologist credited with stopping the SARS1 outbreak, and implied that Evergrande was looking to help coordinate pandemic response efforts.
Why did Evergrande give money to Harvard for Covid?
 

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I personally know people who have stories similar to this.....so sad



‘It’s Truly Unreal’: Stories of Negligence at the Hand of COVID-19 Hospital Treatment Protocols Continue to Surface 'It's Truly Unreal': Stories of Negligence at the Hand of COVID-19 Hospital Treatment Protocols Continue to Surface
Killed my FIL...otherwise healthy non smoker, no drugs or alcohol. He died of sepsis...in a hospital with an IV where he had been for 37 days. Totally preventable...covid had been gone for about a month by then. They kidnapped him for the first 21 days, zero family visitation. We finally get in and he dies 2 weeks roughly later . No comorbities. Bill was over 1.3 million....for negligence, kidnapping, and having never administered any antivirals or anything to actually treat covid. Sedated, vented, killed.
 

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Killed my FIL...otherwise healthy non smoker, no drugs or alcohol. He died of sepsis...in a hospital with an IV where he had been for 37 days. Totally preventable...covid had been gone for about a month by then. They kidnapped him for the first 21 days, zero family visitation. We finally get in and he dies 2 weeks roughly later . No comorbities. Bill was over 1.3 million....for negligence, kidnapping, and having never administered any antivirals or anything to actually treat covid. Sedated, vented, killed.

That is such an incredibly sad way to loose a loved one!! I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm hearing more and more stories like yours.
 

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2022 Excess Deaths All Around the World Raise an Alarm

The Scottish government has started an inquiry into the causes of excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland.

Excess deaths refer to the total number of deaths in a week in 2022 minus the average number of deaths in the same week over the period from 2016 to 2021, while excluding 2020 to not inflate the previous years’ average, as there was a large number of deaths in spring 2020 (Excess Deaths = Total Number of Deaths – Average Number of Deaths in Previous Years).

Beyond Scotland, other areas of the UK also experienced an unexplained rise in excess deaths. According to the latest data from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), from June to late August 2022, around 1,000 excess deaths took place in England and Wales each week. However, most of them are unrelated to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For instance, in the week ending Aug. 26, there were 1,556 cases of excess mortality, but only approximately 453 cases of them were caused by the pandemic.
 
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2022 Excess Deaths All Around the World Raise an Alarm

The Scottish government has started an inquiry into the causes of excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland.

Excess deaths refer to the total number of deaths in a week in 2022 minus the average number of deaths in the same week over the period from 2016 to 2021, while excluding 2020 to not inflate the previous years’ average, as there was a large number of deaths in spring 2020 (Excess Deaths = Total Number of Deaths – Average Number of Deaths in Previous Years).

Beyond Scotland, other areas of the UK also experienced an unexplained rise in excess deaths. According to the latest data from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), from June to late August 2022, around 1,000 excess deaths took place in England and Wales each week. However, most of them are unrelated to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For instance, in the week ending Aug. 26, there were 1,556 cases of excess mortality, but only approximately 453 cases of them were caused by the pandemic.
It is hard to read anything into this.

Could it be undiagnosed diseases from the pandemic? Maybe. The problem is that we are becoming more and more unhealthy as a society every year and eventually that will catch up with us. There is only so much modern medicine can do to counter horrible eating habits, lack of exercise, and the unintended side effects of industrial food supply.
 

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It is hard to read anything into this.

Could it be undiagnosed diseases from the pandemic? Maybe. The problem is that we are becoming more and more unhealthy as a society every year and eventually that will catch up with us. There is only so much modern medicine can do to counter horrible eating habits, lack of exercise, and the unintended side effects of industrial food supply.
I wonder how many "excess deaths" fall under the suicide category. The fear porn pushed during all of this could easily send someone already on the edge, over it. Your comment, however, is exactly correct. Just take a walk through Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg and see the number of feed bags strapped on to people's faces. And don't get me started on the likes of the .gov, Monsanto, et al, wrt our food supply. My diet is so different than 20 years ago, but only time will tell if I've been able to mitigate the efforts of the food production industry.
 
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It is hard to read anything into this.

Could it be undiagnosed diseases from the pandemic? Maybe. The problem is that we are becoming more and more unhealthy as a society every year and eventually that will catch up with us. There is only so much modern medicine can do to counter horrible eating habits, lack of exercise, and the unintended side effects of industrial food supply.

While I do completely agree with you about society as a whole becoming more and more unhealthy I believe there is more excess mortality then just chalking it up to an unhealthy society. If that were the case you would see a gradual increase in excess mortality. Not a sudden increase like we are seeing in 2022. Something is causing this increase and it could be many different things.

Is this being caused by previous covid infections??

It certainly has to do with the fact that normal healthy living and healthy practices like exercising, eating healthy, taking Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc etc were never pushed by our elected officials. The only thing that was pushed was being vaccinated (free donuts for a jab).
 
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I wonder how many "excess deaths" fall under the suicide category. The fear porn pushed during all of this could easily send someone already on the edge, over it. Your comment, however, is exactly correct. Just take a walk through Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg and see the number of feed bags strapped on to people's faces. And don't get me started on the likes of the .gov, Monsanto, et al, wrt our food supply. My diet is so different than 20 years ago, but only time will tell if I've been able to mitigate the efforts of the food production industry.
Increased suicides are among many of the unintended consequences of the lockdowns. Unfortunately, politicians stay in power by giving the appearance of solving problems by "doing something" regardless of whether their proposed solution does more harm than good. This is particularly apt when considering short term verse long term consequences.

As for a visual shock to the system for how unhealthy we are, there is a documentary on Netflix about Woodstock '99. Just looking at all those kids, only 2 decades ago, practically zero obesity and scant overweight attendants. Juxtaposition those images with with concerts/music festivals today...
 
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While I do completely agree with you about society as a whole becoming more and more unhealthy I believe there is more excess mortality then just chalking it up to an unhealthy society. If that were the case you would see a gradual increase in excess mortality. Not a sudden increase like we are seeing in 2022. Something is causing this increase and it could be many different things.

Is this being caused by previous covid infections??

It certainly has to do with the fact that normal healthy living and healthy practices like exercising, eating healthy, taking Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc etc were never pushed by our elected officials. The only thing that was pushed was being vaccinated (free donuts for a jab).
I would be surprised, if in a decade, we would attribute this rise to mRNA vaccines over the general lockdown's untended consequences.

With respect to the mRNA vaccines, I do believe the lipid delivery vehicles will be found to be the main source of side effects. For humanity's sake, and to a lesser extent for our country's sake, we need to perfect this technology.
 

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DOJ: 47 in Minnesota’s Somali Community Charged with Stealing $250 Million in COVID-19 Funds from Child Nutrition Program



Forty-seven individuals, primarily in Minneapolis, Minnesota’s large Somali community, have been charged for their roles in allegedly stealing $250 million in COVID-19 federal funds meant for a child nutrition program.

According to federal prosecutors, the 47 individuals charged across six indictments and three criminal informations committed conspiracy, wire fraud, bribery, and money laundering when they defrauded millions from the Federal Child Nutrition Program during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

Specifically, the 47 individuals allegedly used COVID-19 changes to the Federal Child Nutrition Program to oversee the massive fraud scheme via the Minneapolis-based Feeding Our Future and the for-profit restaurants as well as the food distribution services sponsored by the nonprofit.

DOJ: 47 in Minnesota's Somali Community Charged with Stealing $250M in COVID-19 Funds
 

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