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Blackvegetable » 04 May 2022, 8:25 am » wrote:
GeorgeWashington » 04 May 2022, 8:07 am » wrote: You don’t trust the only official source for the data, VAERS, which is also the source the vaccine manufacturers and the FDA rely on.
**** the preamble.

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Blackvegetable » 02 May 2022, 6:16 am » wrote:
SJConspirator » 01 May 2022, 8:56 pm » wrote: Gates wants a less populated world. That’s why people drop dead after taking the vaccine..
Roughly how many?
You don’t trust the only official source for the data, VAERS, which is also the source the vaccine manufacturers and the FDA rely on.

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Monarchy is the only Christian form of Government - A King subserviant to the King of Kings

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Russia doubles fossil fuel revenues since invasion of Ukraine began

Russia has nearly doubled its revenues from selling fossil fuels to the EU during the two months of war in Ukraine, benefiting from soaring prices even as volumes have been reduced.


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/ ... aine-began

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Cannonpointer » 26 Apr 2022, 8:25 am » wrote:
Neo » 26 Apr 2022, 6:45 am » wrote: He's obviously not anti large government but he has a history of being pro speech. Even speech that might hurt a feeling or two. I don't see him as a savior for the first ammendment but perhaps he can reverse the direction Twitter has taken over the past 6 years.
In the immediate circumstance, I have no argument against your position. I'm asking about Musk's role in our society in a larger context, and I am arguing that he is a mightly leaky vessel for the right to be loading with the precious cargo of its aspirations for a more just society. He's a money boy - part of the problem, not part of the solution. 

It seems to me that today's conservative is quickly evolving to be a post-Reagan conservative. This notion that one fellow has a "right" to hundreds of billions because he "earned" them seems to be waning in the conservative world view. At least, I hope it is. At some point, people need to grow up and acknowledge that no one person is providing more value than the country of Lichtenstein or the country of Bulgaria - not in the world of ratonal adults.

There are 211 countries on the planet. Only the top 11 produce in the trillions. All of the rest, save Turks and Caicos, produce in the billions (they produce in the hundreds of millions). The top 53 produce above 200 billion. That means that Elon Musk's net worth is above the annual production of 158 nation states. Arguably, quite a number more. I am only placing his net worth at 200 billion - and as I understand it, the number is considerably higher. So the question arises: I this incredible (pre-Reagan unthinkable) disparity a product of a just system, or the product of pillage? And if it is the product of pillage, is Elon Musk not then by definition a pillager? And if he is a pillager, how, then, ought we to look at him as a friend of the working man - a person whose interests converge with those of working families?

The Democrats represented working families under FDR - right through to Clinton. Then they found their "third way." And they abandoned their base, becoming friends of wall street. They scooched the Republicans and shared a bench for a bit. And now, the Republicans have been scooched mightily - to the point that democrats are getting a great deal more wall street money than Republicans. And so it behooves the Republican party to make a choice. It is my hope that the Republican party will follow the lead of folks like DeSantis and Perry, and begin responding to the needs and interests of working families - the abandoned base of the Democrat party. And to do that effectively, they need to be internally consistent in their thinking - not serving two masters. I believe that the Elon Musk phenomenon is the very embodiment of the psychological predicment in which the Republican party finds itself. And you can see the schizophrenia of today's Republican writ large in this issue. Musk is "our" Soros - so he's a good guy. Soros is "their" Musk - so he's a bad guy.

Musk and Soros are two of a kind - that is my argument in a nutshell. Neither is a friend of working families.
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Signed by Governor.                  04/22/2022


Looks like it took a few days for the site to update, but it was signed a day before the OP
 

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IkeBana » 25 Apr 2022, 7:40 am » wrote: So there's a parasitic infection pandemic in Tennessee...
No, they’re taking it for viral infections.  
 
 

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SENATE BILL 2188

By Niceley

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 4;
Title 14; Title 47; Title 53; Title 63; Title 68 and
Title 71, relative to medication.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE:

SECTION 1.
Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 53, Chapter 1, Part 1, is amended by
adding the following as a new section:

(a) Notwithstanding another law to the contrary, ivermectin suitable for
human use may be sold or purchased as an over-the-counter medication
in this state without a prescription or consultation with a pharmacist or
other healthcare professional licensed under title 63.

(b) As used in this section, "over-the-counter medication" means
medication that may be legally sold and purchased without a
prescription.

SECTION 2.
This act takes effect upon becoming a law, the public welfare
requiring it.
https://wapp.capitol.tn.gov/apps/BillIn ... ber=SB2188

 
 

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However, this is not the only parallel, according to the Dutch journalist. She has drawn attention to Kiev’s fake reports and “false flag” operations including the Snake Island hoax, hype over Russia’s alleged “attack” on the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), the now-debunked story of Russia’s “strike” on a Mariupol hospital, and the most recent Bucha provocation, to name but a few. Van den Ende says that it resembles nothing so much as jihadists’ false flags and the White Helmet’s staged “gas attacks”. She specifically recalls the 4 April 2017 chemical provocation in Khan Sheikhun, Idlib, which was debunked by investigative reporters including Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh.

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SENATE BILL 2188

By Niceley

AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 4;
Title 14; Title 47; Title 53; Title 63; Title 68 and
Title 71, relative to medication.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE:

SECTION 1.
Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 53, Chapter 1, Part 1, is amended by
adding the following as a new section:

(a) Notwithstanding another law to the contrary, ivermectin suitable for
human use may be sold or purchased as an over-the-counter medication
in this state without a prescription or consultation with a pharmacist or
other healthcare professional licensed under title 63.

(b) As used in this section, "over-the-counter medication" means
medication that may be legally sold and purchased without a
prescription.

SECTION 2.
This act takes effect upon becoming a law, the public welfare
requiring it.
https://wapp.capitol.tn.gov/apps/BillIn ... ber=SB2188

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Signed by Governor.                  04/22/2022
 

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slideman » 20 Apr 2022, 12:07 pm » wrote: DeSantis cannot point to a single example. The whole thing is a lot of made up BS. They banned a lot of textbooks and can't point to what is in the textbooks that they claim is CRT.
Their real goal is to do away with the public school system.
Then move out of Florida 

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Fascists in the current political climate are exclusively on the left.  Mandating injections, house arrest, business closings, and that people wear specific clothing without due process is textbook fascism. 
 

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Z09 » 17 Apr 2022, 9:17 am » wrote: Anyone remember the non-stop Russian Collusion talk on CNN and MSNBC?

Have you noticed the lack of interest in the Durham investigation?

These same "experts" that were so concerned about our democracy suddenly has no interest in the truth.
Those Russian “experts”  have moved on to Russia/Ukraine disinformation. 

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ConservativeWave » 16 Apr 2022, 8:21 pm » wrote:
Beekeeper » 16 Apr 2022, 7:51 pm » wrote: My best guess is that Sussman is found guilty and THEN when the sentencing phase begins, he will spill it ALL in an effort to get reduced time or no time at all. I can assure you, he knows a ton more than you or I realize and when he talks, which he will, it will be a lot of other indictments being tossed out there and massive trials of very prominent Dems.
The STARK reality staring Hillary Clinton and the DNC in the FACE :

1)  The Clinton Campaign (and the DNC) PAID to infiltrate Trump Tower:
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/clinto ... se-servers

2)  The Clinton Campaign (and the DNC) PAID for the Russian Dossier:
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dnc-clinto ... er-report/

3)  Sussman LIED to the FBI about WHY he leaked the Russian Dossier to the FBI... THEN put the LIE in writing:
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/durham ... ie-writing

And... WHAT is at STAKE...

4) Sussman MUST stand trial over alleged lies to FBI in the "Russia Probe" because he was DENIED a motion to dismiss... So, the case goes to trial where the questioning will FOCUS on Hillary Clinton and the DNC's culpability for the NATION to see...  UNLESS Sussman turns state’s evidence, and brings the Clinton's World crashing down !!
https://legalinsurrection.com/2022/04/c ... sia-probe/
You see the carrot, but you don’t see the stick.

Perjury  charges are levied specifically to protect everyone else - the real criminals.  The only fact in question is the lie.  Nothing else is admissible. 

Like every other case of corruption over the last few decades, yesterday’s nobody is today’s scapegoat. 

Durham won’t do ****, and you’ll blame a crooked judge for not allowing evidence that would finally bring justice.

Heads don’t roll in DC.

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Skans » 16 Apr 2022, 5:05 pm » wrote:
GeorgeWashington » 16 Apr 2022, 4:19 pm » wrote: What do you think about their take on  Russia/Ukraine atrocities?
I agree with the conclusion at the end of the article you cited, at least 90% of it.  The author warned

" The suffering of the victims in Ukraine is very real and very tragic, but sorting out the facts and the truth amidst the chaos of competing propagandas and orchestrated deception is very difficult. We would remind readers that the ruling regimes in Moscow and Kyiv are both colossally corrupt and that we are not being offered a simple binary choice between good and evil. Instead, we are being offered a choice between arsenic or cyanide — and we should swallow neither one."

However, when it comes to state sponsored propaganda and corruption, I think Russia has far more depth of experience in engaging in this than does Zelenskyy or Ukraine.  Obviously there is some corruption in Ukraine - we know this because they bought and paid for Biden's son, Hunter.  And, that has been confirmed.
Do you believe Russia or Ukraine was responsible for the Bucha massacre?

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Skans » 16 Apr 2022, 12:08 pm » wrote:
GeorgeWashington » 16 Apr 2022, 9:08 am » wrote: It was created by the John Birch Society - a fringe/extreme organization according to Fox News.
Interesting.  When I was in my teens, I had heard that too about the John Birch Society (pre-fox news).  After delving into them a bit, I found that I generally like most of what they stand for. i do wonder who, specifically, wrote that article. I found it to be one of the most accurate pieces I've read as to the descriptions of communism, fascism, anarchy and the more/less government spectrum. Well done.
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Skans » 16 Apr 2022, 4:23 am » wrote: who originally created this video?
It was created by the John Birch Society - a fringe/extreme organization according to Fox News.