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Vesko Vukovic 1 | 184
19 Nov 2020 #3,781
zmescience.com/other/feature-post/georgia-guidestones-mysterious-instructions-for-the-post-apocalypse/

Their agenda is outlined in the Georgia Guidestones inscriptions. It says that human population should be reduced to under 1 billion meaning that 90% of the people will have to be killed off.
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
19 Nov 2020 #3,782
Bill Gates one of the most prominent frontment of the globalist elite openly admits that their plan is use the vaccine to achieve their agenda

And makes no secret about it.
Gates already stated that he wants everyone in the world to have a chip under their skin (Mark of the Beast) with all their health records and immunizations on them.

You would be a real stooge if you weren't paranoid of what will be in those vaccinations.
It would only be a conspiracy theory to say that Gates was responsible for the Covid outbreak.
Why is Bill Gates calling the shots here ??????? (no pun intended)
Who appointed him in charge ???? (Bilderberg's and Agenda 21 ?)
Now Gates is meeting with Boris to call the shots in the E.U.

globalresearch.ca/uk-pm-meets-bill-gates-discuss-global-vaccine-program/5729349
Novichok - | 280
19 Nov 2020 #3,783
- 99% of the time just like the hordes that came to Europe and North America, they become the white man's burden.

....where they burn a lot more fossil fuels than back where they came from, but the global warming fanatics see nothing wrong with that.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,605
19 Nov 2020 #3,784
These ******** countries are the worst polluters. There's a reason why rich Chinese people try to leave or at the very least send their kids to the US, Canada and Europe.

Hell just look at where covid came from. You won't find such nasty conditions in more civilized white societies. There's exceptions, but I'm talking about normal people.
Novichok - | 280
19 Nov 2020 #3,785
Hell just look at where covid came from.

Is there any "pandemic" that moved went from the West to China? Just one?
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,605
20 Nov 2020 #3,786
Aside from Spanish flu none really... SARS, Covid, MERS, Ebola - all those outbreaks came from ******** countries.
mafketis 24 | 8,926
20 Nov 2020 #3,787
Aside from Spanish flu none really...

Which probably also came from China (via Canada)....

nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/1/140123-spanish-flu-1918-china-origins-pandemic-science-health/
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,788
The current historical consensus is that the Spanish flu originated in the USA.
Atch 17 | 3,316
20 Nov 2020 #3,790
I worry about Europe though. In the US

Europe is not a country. Each nation state in the EU (and I imagine it's the EU you're talking about, as opposed to the entire European continent) has its own health policies and can do what they like regarding vaccines.

in Europe - they can bar you from schools, jobs, and fine you tons of money for refusing vaccines.

As I said above, this is not an EU directive nor European law and it varies from country to country. In Ireland there is no legal requirement to vaccinate your child. It is recommended obviously for thing like TB. When you enrol a child in school, you don't need to present any proof of vaccinations and although the Health Service visits the schools to carry out vaccinations, it requires written permission from the parent or guardian to allow their child to receive vaccinations. Over the years that I was teaching, there were parents who preferred to have it done by the family doctor so they signed the refusal form, rather than the consent form.

I'm interested though - in which European countries are you barred or fined? I can see the sense of it. For example in a country like Poland that has a lot of immigrants from Ukraine, there is a real danger of TB reappearing as it's still pretty rampant in many countries further east.
kondzior 12 | 1,125
20 Nov 2020 #3,791
Bill Gates

You are underestimating just how deep and pervasive the corruption is and that the endgame is enslavement. Even something like patent 060606 by Microsoft to combine sensors inside the body with digital payments doesn't make suspicious supposed Christians.

There will be no going back to normal, the old normal is dead. The hopes for a vaccine are completely misplaced, considering what else is going on.

There will be financial and currency collapses, riots, possibly civil wars, food shortages, possibly famines. They are making their move and it is very likely that these RNA vaccines are far from what they are telling you about them.
cms neuf 1 | 1,775
20 Nov 2020 #3,792
Look on the bright side Kondzior - Obi and Rossmann are still open l. And McDonald's so no famine yet
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,793
Something I only learned recently, Poland is Obi's second largest foreign market, behind Austria but before France and Italy.
tesco
20 Nov 2020 #3,794
Is there any "pandemic" that moved went from the West to China? Just one?

COVID-19 started in Italy and spread to China.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,795
Just one?

The Spanish flu is the best example.

Even the Bubonic plague is a mixed case. The virus apparantly mutated in Europe after it arrived from China and later found its' way in this form back in China.

sciencemag.org/news/2016/04/how-europe-exported-black-death

Lets' be perfectly clear here. It is not like the Europeans behaved until modern times in any way better or healthier than their Chinese counterparts. it is just that China's bigger populaton made it more likely that new viruses emerged from there.
Novichok - | 280
20 Nov 2020 #3,796
Europe is not a country.

Viruswise, the US is not a country, either. Each state has its own dictator, health policies and can do what they like regarding vaccines, lockdowns, and the masks. The dictator of NY even said he would not allow "Trump vaccines" in his state until they, the state of NY, evaluate it.

Yet, at the end of the day, all bad outcomes are Trump's fault.

COVID-19 started in Italy and spread to China.

Says China.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,797
all bad outcomes are Trump's fault.

Maybe it is not "all" is Trump's fault, but he will ultimately shoulder a significant part of the blame, because he contributed to the situation getting as bad as it is.
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,798
because he contributed to the situation getting as bad as it is.

Sources please
When the vaccine is available next month, hopefully, the healthcare workers and essential workers get first dibs which will take a couple of months, then the old people who are going to die soon anyways are next in line, which will take several months, then the general public, if any of us are still alive, to be rationed out on limited basis.

By Christmas of 2021 we should all be magically invincible again.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,799
Sources please

Just watch one of his many press conferences in which he either downplayed the Virus, gave potentially fatal advice and overall added confusion instead of clarity,
Novichok - | 280
20 Nov 2020 #3,800
Maybe it is not "all" is Trump's fault, but he will ultimately shoulder a significant part of the blame

Did you ever mention any leftists shouldering a significant part of the blame? If so, I would appreciate a link to your post.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,801
Here is a list about all of Trump's lies and misinformation regarding the Corona-Virus until November.

theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/11/trumps-lies-about-coronavirus/608647/
Novichok - | 280
20 Nov 2020 #3,802
If this is in response to my post, we are clearly not communicating.
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,803
Here is a list about all of Trump's lies and misinformation regarding the Corona-Virus

And do tell us what your president did during that time frame that made one damn bit of difference ?
Novichok - | 280
20 Nov 2020 #3,804
Here is a list about all of Trump's lies and misinformation regarding the Corona-Virus until November.

Now you can post all the "lies" by the WHO, CDC, and Fauci.
Ooh I know, those were good lies to prevent panic buying. Yes, of course, how could I overlook THAT little detail.
I realize it's a thread about the china virus in Poland, but the rules of engagement are universal and applicable to all countries as each has it's own ruling elites and the same objective to never let a good crisis go to waste. Poland included.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,805
Both the German president and chancellor Merkel warned the people to take the virus seriously, calling it rightfully the greatest challenge since WWII, urging the people to exercise caution, wear masks and so on. Merkel also held a brilliant speech in which she explained how reproduction numbers work to laymen.

theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/16/angela-merkel-draws-on-science-background-in-covid-19-explainer-lockdown-exit

Fauci

Fauci is one of the world's most respected scientists and the fact that Trump so often belittled and ignored his advice is just one of the many things that will be held against him by future historians.
mafketis 24 | 8,926
20 Nov 2020 #3,806
calling it rightfully the greatest challenge since WWII

A virus with a survival rate of 99% (one in 750 according to WHO estimates) is the greatest challenge?

We've all been played by the Chinese Communist Party and it's invented lockdown policy.

she explained how reproduction numbers work to laymen

The model everywhere seems to be growth in hospitalizations for about 6 weeks and then a plateau and then decline regardless of other variables, just like every other seasonal respiratory virus....

pbs.twimg.com/media/EnRixrmXIAI3RIW?format=jpg&name=small
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,807
So Merkel sugar coated it and Trump told it the way it is.
Both countries ended up with the pandemic so what's your point besides trash Trump some more ?
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,808
Are you kidding? Trump continously downplayed the threat while Merkel told it like it was.

And it is quite clear that Germany is dealing much better with the Virus than the USA.

There is no way you can objectively defend Trump on Corona. He continued to spread misinformation and downplayed the threat when he had enough information to know better.
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,809
He didn't want to cause panic with something that was inevitable.
Fauci told America not to socialize in big crowds and to wear masks and they refused.
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,810
There was no panic in any country where the governments were open about the virus. And since cautious behaviour is the main way to avoid the virus, he directly contributed to its' spread.


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