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    Re: The Depopulation Plan

    Is Ben Fulford now considered a reliable source?[/QUOTE]

    Not in my book he isn’t. (For what that’s worth, of course.)
  2. Re: How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth, and other galactic superwaves

    Oh - yes. A most excellent and relevant work.[/QUOTE]

    This is all a fine How you do! I say, live it up and be merry. For tomorrow may never come.

    Welcome back Paul. (I think. JK)
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    I had heard the legal team has assumed this case would need to go to the Supreme Court. That bit about misery loves company is one human trait that terrifies me. I have seen many instances of it. It...
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    I have read and have a copy of the Judge's order in the Texas case. It is about 4 pages, 5 if you count the caption and the signature page.

    That judge is not only wrong on the facts and the law,...
  5. Re: The Truth - Those Who Accept the Truth & Those Who Reject It

    Your post reminded me of this:

    “Not knowing what truth is, people seek it far away. They are like he who in the midst of water, cries out in thirst so imploringly.”

    I don’t recall who to...
  6. Re: Math has a "Fatal Flaw" (Godel's Incompleteness Theorem)

    I doubt that math, qua math, that is, the being-ness of math, has a flaw or that any flaw, so-called, is fatal.

    What is flawed is the ability of the human brain (but perhaps not the mind...
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    Re: The Depopulation Plan

    This video dovetails very nicely with a video on another thread where a reporter in Victoria stood his ground against the Victoria police who were trying to intimidate him into compliance with their...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    To me the moral of this encounter is: educate yourself on, and know, your natural and legal rights and then have the courage to stand up for them. Stand your ground and don’t back down.
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Thank you Bill, again.

    If I may add, the LA Attorney General who signed that Opinion letter is an example of what a real AG should be and do. Kudos to him.

    The Opinion is nearly a year old....
  10. Re: Can a 'vaccinated' person pass on a jab ingredient to an unvaccinated person?

    There are many excellent presentations, conversations and interviews about the CV 19 criminal hoax and jab horror, but this conversation between these two thoughtful and qualified people is top...
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    I think the article leans in favor of Gaia by painting Gaia in a slightly better light than CG. They all got, or will get, what they deserve.
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    Re: Vaccination Injuries On Record for Covid19

    And these people vote and procreate—but perhaps not for much longer.
  13. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    If someone wants to do a deep dive, I’d start with a search re why magnets work. It has to do with electrically charged particles lining up. Electrons. There is a classic and quantum physics aspect...
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    Re: BREAKING NEWS ~ Continuously Updated

    “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.”
  15. Re: Over 120 Former Top Military Brass Question Election Results, Biden's Health

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/10-former-defense-secretaries-military-peaceful-transfer-of-power/2021/01/03/2a23d52e-4c4d-11eb-a9f4-0e668b9772ba_story.html[/QUOTE]

    Traitorous criminals...
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    Re: Vaccination Injuries On Record for Covid19

    My, my...”benefits far out way the risks.”

    What risk? It is mainstream that for all but those with known morbidities, usually people 65 or older, the symptoms are non-existent to mild and there...
  17. Re: Discovery Of Massive Bridge Crack Forces US Coast Guard To Close Portion Of Mississippi River

    I’ve done a fair amount of construction litigation over the years. Cracked or cracking concrete is a common point of contention. As one structural engineer told me: “There's two kinds of concrete;...
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    Re: The Depopulation Plan

    “Whilst the masses are thinking this is nearly over and we will get back to normal soon......”. That is almost exactly what a colleague of mine said to me today. He’s close to 35 years my junior.
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  19. Re: Have you had people say to you: "It's for the best"?

    According to official statistics released in New Mexico (where I live), as of today 60% of New Mexico citizens have had the jab. About a week ago that statistic was 42%.

    I recently saw a MSM...
  20. Re: Have you had people say to you: "It's for the best"?

    Wow, that's an excellent point!

    Or people that have grown so apathetic that they don't have any fight in them, and simply don't care if the vaccine is harmful or not[/QUOTE]

    Agreed. But, yet,...
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