Brilliant Move

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In retrospect, hiding all the microchips in horse dewormer was a stroke of genius.

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  1. “What have you done today to earn your place in this crowded world?”

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    • Bringer of Truth September 7, 2021

      Bill has mudered people on a global scale
      Led by Drs. Søren
      Wengel Mogensen and Peter Aaby, the study looked at the combination diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus vaccine, which was discontinued in the United States back in the ’90s due to thousands of reports of death and brain damage.
      “Despite widespread vaccination,” the Great Game India journal notes, “the United States and other countries are still experiencing large pertussis outbreaks.”
      Prior to the publishing of this study, the World Health Organization (WHO) had never bothered to conduct a trial looking at vaccinated versus unvaccinated health outcomes, which would have been necessary to determine whether the DTP vaccine was truly safe and effective.
      Even so, Bill and Melinda Gates, arguably the evilest people living today, pushed the drug on innocent African babies, including in Guinea Bissau where half of all children die before the age of five.
      Compared to children in Guinea Bissau who did not receive Gates’ DTP vaccine, children who did were found to have died at 10 times the rate of other children. The jab was also found to make vaccinated children more susceptible to other deadly diseases that unvaccinated children do not typically contract.
      “The vaccine apparently compromised their immune systems,” Great Game India explains

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    • Once again, “bringer” is only spreading lies and fake news.

      Just because you saw it on the internet, doesn’t mean it’s true!

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    • Death Toll
      Bill Gates: 0
      Donald Trump: 650,000

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    • Bringer of Truth September 7, 2021

      :Once again: your “kill the messenger” logical fallacies fall flat. Try again.

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    • Messengers tell no lies. Calling you (“Bringer of Truth”) a Messenger would be a lie.

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    • Bringer of Truth September 8, 2021

      @Truthgiver
      Still waiting on you to give any form of truth. You seem hung up on name calling. You and your projection don’t define me, rather you so please continue.
      BTW: everything in that article is true and you can’t prove otherwise.

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    • >>”Death Toll
      Bill Gates: 0
      Donald Trump: 650,000″

      Yes but they all come back as Biden voters, so don’t worry.

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    • @Bringer of Truth
      I don’t have to. You are just a projection. A shadow on the wall. No substance. No relevance.

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    • Bringer of Truth September 8, 2021

      @”Truth”giver
      You don’t define me, hell you can’t even define yourself. With all your verbal diarrhea it sounds like you might need a booster shot and some mother’s milk to numb your senses. Get to suckling my little duckling.

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  2. He isn’t looking good of late. It’s like he’s had 3 injections 2 boosters and a twice a day oral. Thoughts and prayers.

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  3. How many people did Billy kill in India with his injections? How many children died from his vaccines in the Philippines? It’s hundreds for sure. This guy has a high school diploma. That’s it. Being rich doesn’t make you a Doctor.

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  4. True. As he financed the India and Philippine murder of 100s of people. Also in Africa over 1000 children died under his “financing”. But hey, he’s a great guy.

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  5. The same guy who said that we’ll eventually get used to eating plant-based meat.

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  6. Unlike saying “I do”… 👰

  7. A lot of people are getting used to eating a more vegetarian / flexitarian diet. If you care about the future of the planet it’s a logical step.

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  8. All of the comments about Bill Gates supposedly killing people with vaccines is fake news. It isn’t true!
    Maybe if the authors of the various posts above read reliable and reputable news sources rather than the right wing propaganda sites they might discover the truth.

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    • JFK Jr's Ghost September 7, 2021

      How much is Bill Gates paying you to post his lies?
      Kennedy Jr., the son of Robert F. Kennedy and the nephew of John F. Kennedy, penned an op-ed for anti-vaccine organization Children’s Health Defense on Tuesday.

      He repeated claims that Bill Gates controlled the WHO, labeling it a marketing arm for Gates’s vaccine empire. He alleged that Gates forced the WHO to declare vaccine hesitancy a top global health threat and said that Gates used his influence as the largest donor to the WHO to do so.

      Kennedy Jr., a prominent anti-vaccine advocate, said that Gates was trying to shape the narrative around vaccinations by pumping money into fact-checking websites to mislead the public.

      He said that social media sites like Facebook and Pinterest were using advice from the WHO and the CDC to say which online statements are misinformation or hoaxes and said that Bill Gates was responsible for this since he donates so much money to both organizations.

      Kennedy Jr. doubled down on claims that Bill Gates “owns” the WHO. He previously claimed that Gates provides 10% of the WHO’s funding and that the organizations “begs and rolls over” for Gates’s money.

      However, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest merely employed a strategy of curbing anti-vaccine propaganda that misleads parents concerned about vaccinations.

      The social media giants want people to get scientific evidence from trusted sources like the WHO and the CDC rather than conspiracy sites and pages that deliberately spread misinformation.

      Facebook made the decision to fact check anti-vaccination posts after groups like the American Academy of Pediatrics called on social media sites to limit the spread of misinformation about vaccines on their sites.

      Facebook uses online fact-checker Politifact to censor vaccine misinformation and Kennedy Jr. believes that Gates is manipulating what is censored.

      He pointed to the fact that the Gates Foundation is the Poynter Institute’s largest donor. The Poynter Institute is the parent organization of Politifact.

      He also claimed that Gates’s donations to public media organizations like National Public Radio (NPR) and PBS buys favorable coverage for vaccines in the mainstream media.

      Bill Gates has been the subject of a huge number of allegations and conspiracy theories throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many of which have come from Robert Kennedy Jr.

      He claimed that Gates stood to profit from a coronavirus vaccine and alleged that he owned several patents for a coronavirus vaccine.

      Those claims have been debunked and there is no evidence that Gates stands to profit from the manufacture of a vaccine.

      The claims were spread far and wide by anti-vaccination propaganda groups.

      Kennedy Jr. also claimed that Gates would use a coronavirus vaccine to install a microchip in people which could store a person’s medical history and even keep a record of any criminal activities they had been charged with.

      The claim was quickly debunked by Reuters, who clarified the matter with the Gates Foundation.

      Gates has donated more than $300 million to develop a coronavirus vaccine and he is working with world leaders and scientists to do so.

      The Gates Foundation has also launched a Global Vaccine Action Plan, which aims to provide vaccines for people in some of the most vulnerable communities in the world.

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    • I have a dream September 7, 2021

      So much text for such pity lies. Too bad the virus doesn’t kill just stupid people. That would be great.

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  9. Dr. Strangelove September 7, 2021

    Fun fact: there’s too many people.

    • Corona will take care of that. America has already become greater. More space for less people.

  10. See.. even the facts, court records of legal judgments and settlements for the people Billy Boy killed the Cult of the Left will just say it’s fake news with out even bothering to see it’s ALL true. Sad

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    • Tell us the case numbers so we can look it up. Or be called a lier.

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    • Bringer of Truth September 8, 2021

      @Hello lier
      You are a liar.

      Last month, Bill Gates’ divorce and allegations of sexual misconduct made headlines in Western media. But in India, the billionaire philanthropist and his foundation have been under criticism for months for completely different reasons. Indians have called for Gates’ arrest over alleged violations of medical ethics and laws by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) in the country. #ArrestBillGates trended on Indian Twitter in May, part of a campaign calling Indian authorities to charge the BMGF and Gates for conducting illegal medical trials on vulnerable groups in two Indian states.

      This is not the first time the BMGF or Bill Gates has been at the receiving end of public anger in India. This latest outburst is part of constantly growing anger against Gates and his foundation in India. As early as April 2021, Gates received flak for expressing his reluctance about sharing COVID-19 vaccine technologies with developing countries like India. After severe public criticism in India and abroad, BMGF Chief Executive Officer Mark Suzman officially supported a temporary waiver on vaccine IP.

      Gates has also been criticized by Indian farmer groups, who have been protesting on the border of the national capital New Delhi for six months. The farmers are protesting against controversial laws promoting privatization of agriculture passed by the Hindu nationalist government, and they see Gates as a supporter of such efforts. Dainik Jagran, one of the largest Hindi newspapers in the country, reported on June 8 that farmers burned an effigy of Bill Gates at one of the protest sites due to his support for the privatization of agriculture in India.

      India’s civil society organizations revealed last month that Microsoft India will unfairly benefit from Sections 4-2, 5, 7 and 17-2a of the controversial Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act of 2020, one of the laws farmers have been protesting against. Farmer organizations and internet privacy advocacy groups showed that a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between Microsoft India and India’s Ministry of Agriculture could potentially give Gates’ company access to a database of 50 million Indian farmers and their land records maintained by the government. It is important to flag here that BMGF is also involved in several agricultural programs across the country.

      Bill Gates and the BMGF’s close relationship with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is no secret. In September 2019, the BMGF conferred the “Global Goalkeeper Award” to Modi for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (SBM or Clean India Mission), a flagship program that built 110 million toilets in five years. While SBM has improved overall health indicators in India, the program came under criticism in 2017 by Leo Heller, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation. “Open defecation free mustn’t be human rights free,” wrote Heller as a part of his end of mission statement in India.

      The move by the BMGF was also criticized by several human rights groups in India and abroad, which pointed to Modi’s crackdown on civil liberties and dissent in India. Despite severe criticism and protests, the BMGF went ahead with conferring Modi with the award.

      When Gates visited India in November 2019, he met Modi and several other government officials. This also marked the re-entry of the BMGF in India’s Health Ministry through the Modi government’s approval of a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) between the Department of Health & Family Welfare (DOHFW), the government of India, and the BMGF on cooperation in the field of health. India’s then-Home Minister Rajnath Singh, one of the most powerful members of Modi’s cabinet, also urged Gates to adopt 1,000 villages in central India affected by left-wing extremism back in 2017 during a meeting in New Delhi.

      In his exclusive interview to the Press Trust of India (PTI) during his visit in November 2019, Gates praised three vaccine manufacturers in India – the Serum Institute of India (SII), Bharat Biotech, and Biological-E. All three private and for-profit vaccine manufacturers have been beneficiaries of world’s largest COVID-19 vaccination program by the government of India. SII has been receiving BMGF grants since November 2012. It received an additional grant amount of $4 million in October 2020. Bharat Biotech received funding of $19 million from the BMGF in November 2019. Biological-E Limited has been Ba MGF grantee since 2013. It received funding of #37 million dollars in April 2021 from BMGF.

      The vaccination program dependent on these BMGF grantees has been criticized in India due to its inaccessibility, profiteering, and encouragement of free market policies for life-saving vaccines. Despite funding from the foundation and even by the Indian government, the private vaccine manufacturers are making high profit margins in India’s vaccine market. India’s opposition party, the Indian National Congress (INC), has accused vaccine manufacturers of amassing profits of $17 billion from COVID-19 vaccines. After criticism from India’s Supreme Court, civil society, and politicians, Modi has reversed multiple clauses from country’s vaccination policy and capped the price of the vaccine to prevent profiteering. However, many problematic aspects remain in the COVID-19 vaccine policy.

      It is not just civil society, farmers groups, and human rights activists who have flagged concerns and expressed anger about the BMGF and Gates in India. The opposition has even come from Modi’s political allies. In April 2018, Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) – an affiliate of the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangha (RSS) – urged Modi to remove then-BMGF India representative Nachiket Mor from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) board, citing a conflict of interest. Alleging that the BMGF was working to further interests for foreign multinational companies, SJM urged the government of India’s agriculture, health, planning, child welfare and finance ministries to keep “such outfits at bay.” SJM also requested Modi to reconsider accepting the award he was given by the BMGF in September 2019 for same reason.

      The BMGF had been also put under the scanner by the previous central government led by the INC. In 2013, India’s Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health and Family Welfare, comprising of members across political lines, held the BMGF-funded Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) guilty of violating regulatory and ethical norms laid down by the Indian and U.S. governments for clinical trials. The committee investigated the role of the BMGF and PATH in the trial of HPV vaccines on children in Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh and Vadodra district of Gujarat, during which seven children died. Although the government did not find any connection to the vaccines in the deaths, it did uncover ethical failings in the subsequent investigation. The government of India responded by restricting the BMGF from country’s immunization program. But years later, the BMGF continued to work with India’s Health Ministry through its Immunization Technical Support Unit (ITSU).

      In 2021, the BMGF and its grantees are active all over India, working in sanitation, health, agriculture, and family planning. Since Modi came to power, the foundation has approved 363 grants across government departments, NGOs, think tanks, private companies, universities, and research institutions in India. As anger against the Modi government grows for its mishandling of the pandemic and economic crisis, trends suggest the backlash against the government-allied BMGF will also increase proportionately.

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  11. There are videos of Gates and wife in Africa, Philippines, India and other countries pushing the vaccine. They were kicked out of India for that reason. Research is a good thing. Because sometimes the devil hides the details in the mud.

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  12. Pushing A vaccine… not sure what the vaccines were.

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  13. The drug was developed FOR HUMANS and was later discovered to be effective for animals.
    It’s being used AROUND THE WORLD for humans.
    The LYING LEFTIST MEDIA, in bed with Big Pharma, tries to discredit it as only the latter use.

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    • Animals just get a higher dosage. And it doesn’t help against covid. Covid is no worm. Trump is.

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    • Bringer of Truth September 8, 2021

      :Animals just get a higher dosage. And it doesn’t help against covid.:
      So you don’t believe in science anymore?

      Although several clinical trials are now underway to test possible therapies, the worldwide response to the COVID-19 outbreak has been largely limited to monitoring/containment. We report here that Ivermectin, an FDA-approved anti-parasitic previously shown to have broad-spectrum anti-viral activity in vitro, is an inhibitor of the causative virus (SARS-CoV-2), with a single addition to Vero-hSLAM cells 2 h post infection with SARS-CoV-2 able to effect ~5000-fold reduction in viral RNA at 48 h. Ivermectin therefore warrants further investigation for possible benefits in humans.
      sciencedirect . com/science/article/pii/S0166354220302011

      Ivermectin is an FDA-approved broad-spectrum antiparasitic agent with demonstrated antiviral activity against a number of DNA and RNA viruses, including severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
      ncbi.nlm.nih . gov/pmc/articles/PMC7539925/

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  14. Meanwhile, the Left embraces untested gene therapy (the so-called “vaccine”).
    They’re the real *sheep*!

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    • Knowledge is Power September 8, 2021

      mRNA is not a gene therapy. They use viruses for gene therapies.

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    • The Power of Knowledge September 8, 2021

      @Knowledge is Power
      You are too smart by half, but just dumb enough
      The mRNA ‘vaccine’ is actually Gene Replacement therapy.
      But go ahead and start messing with a system that you and doctors don’t understand and your body NEEDS to survive. Knowing half the battle.

      You’ve probably heard of the human microbiome, the collection of microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi with which we share our body – including both the skin and gut microbiome. But how much do you know about the ‘virome’? It is the sum of all the viruses within our body, found in every tissue from our blood to our brains, and even interwoven into the genetic code within our cells.

      Viruses are the most numerous organisms on earth. While we are thought to have roughly the same number of bacterial cells as human cells in our body (around 37 trillion), we probably have at least 10 times as many virus particles again. Many of these viruses are involved in essential bodily processes, forming part of our inner ecosystem. It’s probably safe to say we couldn’t survive for long if they all disappeared.

      Yet, we still have a long way to go before we get close to understanding what most of these viruses do exactly, or in fact what even most of them are. It has been estimated that the field of virology so far has only explored around 1 per cent of viral diversity in existence.

      Most viruses remain undiscovered, referred to by some scientists as ‘viral dark matter’. Despite this, they occur through all parts of our body. A study led by Dr Kei Sato from the University of Tokyo published in June 2020 found viruses in human tissues including the brain, blood, kidney and liver.

      Sato’s team wanted to quantify these viruses to create a viral ‘atlas’ of human tissue. They did this by cross-referencing RNA sequence data against existing libraries of viral genomes, but this meant that they could only account for the handful of well-known viruses that were already in those libraries.

      Sato says this means there is currently a bias to searching for known viruses that are mostly harmful, ones known as ‘pathogenic’. He explains: “In addition to the biases in our genetic reference libraries, it is difficult to collect samples in healthy tissues beyond the gut, which means we may be missing many harmless or even potentially beneficial viruses.”

      It’s easy to think of viruses as malicious foreign intruders. After making contact with a human cell’s surface, a virus injects its DNA or RNA code, hijacking the cell’s machinery, effectively turning it into a factory to make new viruses.

      If you picture a virus now, you might imagine­ their spaceship-like protein shell, called the ‘capsid’, which they use to transport themselves between cells. You might see the coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, SARS-CoV-2, with its ‘crown’ of spikes covering the capsid surface.

      Yet, viruses are not so alien as they might appear.

      The term ‘virus’ actually describes entities with very diverse attributes. As Professor Frederic Bushman, a world expert on the human microbiome from the University of Pennsylvania, states: “Sometimes our words for things in the world don’t actually match what’s there.”

      For example, viruses can be transmitted by a very wide range of mechanisms. For some, called endogenous retroviruses, viral DNA passes directly between human cells because they are integrated into chromosomes. In fact, 8 per cent of our human genome is composed of these endogenous retroviruses.

      Only a small fraction – less than 2 per cent – of our DNA codes for the direct production of protein molecules (in a process known as transcription), and biologists used to think the rest was non-functional – some even termed it ‘junk DNA’. Now, lots of this DNA is thought to be derived from previous virus insertions and we have discovered that it is highly important for regulating the transcription of other genes.

      Some virus genes do occur in human DNA regions that produce essential proteins. Over evolutionary history, these genes have been co-opted for the essential functioning of our bodies, so whether we should call them human or viral genes is unclear.

      A gene used in the development of the human placenta is borrowed from an endogenous retrovirus where it first evolved to make proteins that fuse host cells together. Through our evolutionary past, this process of gene-harvesting from across the tree of life seems to have occurred many times. It has been suggested that around 145 of our 20,000 genes have arisen from such horizontal gene transfer.

      By transferring genetic molecules between different species in this way, viruses effectively tie together the evolutionary tree into a tangled network.

      Yet, viruses often get a bad press, because the well-publicized ones have harmful effects causing diseases such as AIDS, Ebola, chickenpox and of course COVID-19. We actually have very little understanding of how most viruses affect humans.

      There could be over 320,000 different viruses that infect mammals out there, many of which are harmless, whilst some might actually provide benefits to us.

      For example, some viruses called bacteriophages attack bacteria in our bodies and so have a crucial role in regulating our microbiome. Just as an invasive wild animal species can breed out of control when it enters a new area without predators or pathogens (think cane toads in Australia, or rats on tropical islands), so too would bacteria override our bodies without these regulating mechanisms.

      Viruses also seem to be important in the regulation of our immune system. In humans, the hepatitis G virus can protect against HIV, while in mice herpesvirus is known to reduce autoimmune diseases. These are diseases that are a major factor in many modern illnesses in humans, from asthma to irritable bowel syndrome.

      So, many researchers suspect that viruses have an important role in maintaining ‘immune tone’ in humans (i.e. a healthy immune system ready to respond to pathogens that is not over- or under-active), even though the identity and role of specific viruses is poorly known.

      None of this is to deny the harmful effects of some viruses and the devastating personal impacts they can have on people’s lives. Many viruses are clearly very harmful to us and humans have evolved mechanisms to counter their attacks. Bushman’s team showed in April 2020 that breastfeeding reduces the incidence of potentially pathogenic viruses that grow on human cells in the infant gut.

      In its entirety, the human virome is neither ‘good’ nor ‘bad’ – it is simply an ancient part of us. Viruses share a deep evolutionary relationship with animals and plants. Every cell in your body is part of an unbroken chain of life that has extended over 3.8 billion years. Viruses have been an important part of that evolutionary waltz from the very start.

      The more we learn about the virome, the more we come to see how some aspects are essential for a healthy life. So, expect a coming revolution in how we conceive of viruses.

      Remember, we used to view all bacteria as dangerous ‘germs’, until we eventually gained a more nuanced understanding of how they underpin our health: disruption of the bacterial microbiome is now implicated in a wide range of diseases, such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, type 2 diabetes and even mental health disorders such as depression.

      We are walking ecosystems – chimeras of animal cells, viruses, bacteria, fungi and others, and maintaining the balance of these ecosystems is vital to our wellbeing.

      We’ve yet to understand exactly how our human virome works, but disruptions to it may have unanticipated consequences. Social distancing and the widespread use of virucidal chemicals – both spraying of public places and hand sanitizing to reduce viral transmission – has been a crucial element in the fight against the current COVID-19 pandemic.

      These lifestyle changes and others, such as how our diets shift and how we interact with other people, will likely transform our virome. As Sato concludes: “In the current COVID-19 pandemic many people see viruses simply as ‘the enemy’, but we need to better understand the possible health-promoting aspects of our human virome.”

      The pace of new discoveries in virology is dazzling, so be prepared for many more exciting discoveries that bring to light the secret ecology of our inner world.

      sciencefocus . com/the-human-body/the-human-virome-the-trillions-of-viruses-inside-your-body-keeping-you-alive/

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  15. Maybe we should just let the stupid people in society overdose on horse de-wormer, inject themselves with bleach or whatever other insane quack remedies that are being promoted on the web. Their deaths would increase the average intelligence of humanity.

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    • Disguised Toast September 8, 2021

      : other insane quack remedies that are being promoted on the web:
      Like gene therapy masquerading as a vaccine. And since PhDs are the least likely to be vaccinated. Killing them your only lower the average intelligence of humanity to 10 points above yours. So about 80ish.

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  16. Meanwhile in Europe…… (looking at America)…. Ha Haaa….

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    • More like facepalm. We have some antivaxxers too. But America? Those people would rather inject themselves with kitchen cleaner because some wannabe president tells them instead of taking a medical product.

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  17. Disguised Toast
    PhDs are in fact far more likely to be vaccinated as they usually have enough intelligence to be able to assess the evidence about the vaccines and conclude that they’re safe and the only way out of the pandemic. I have a PhD and I’ve had both jabs. Many of my double vaccinated colleagues also have PhDs.
    Do you personally know anybody with a PhD?

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    • Disguised Toast September 8, 2021

      :Do you personally know anybody with a PhD?:
      Yes I do. Many. And I’ll prove that once you’ve proved your PhD isn’t anything more than something you pulled out of a Cracker Jack Box…..lol imagine a PhD spending time commenting on EatLiver. HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
      You just won the internet for the day Anon ‘Doctor’

      The most vaccine-hesitant group of all? PhDs
      There has been much debate over how to get the unvaccinated to get their jabs — shame them, bribe them persuade them, or treat them as victims of mis- and disinformation campaigns — but who, exactly, are these people?

      Most of the coverage would have you believe that the surge in cases is primarily down to less educated, ‘brainwashed’ Trump supporters who don’t want to take the vaccine. This may be partially true: the areas in which the delta variant is surging coincide with the sections of red America in which vaccination rates are lowest.

      But according to a new paper by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, this does not paint the full picture. The researchers analysed more than 5 million survey responses by a range of different demographic details, and classed those people who would “probably” or “definitely” not choose to get vaccinated as “vaccine hesitant.”

      In some respects the findings are as predicted — for example the paper finds that there is a strong correlation between counties with higher Trump support in the 2020 presidential election and higher hesitancy in the period January 2021 — May 2021.

      But more surprising is the breakdown in vaccine hesitancy by level of education. It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated. People with a master’s degree had the least hesitancy, and the highest hesitancy was among those holding a Ph.D.

      What’s more, the paper found that in the first five months of 2021, the largest decrease in hesitancy was among the least educated — those with a high school education or less. Meanwhile, hesitancy held constant in the most educated group; by May, those with Ph.Ds were the most hesitant group.

      So not only are the most educated people most sceptical of taking the Covid vaccine, they are also the least likely the change their minds about it…

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    • Who’s vaccinated?
      1 – Donald Trump and every other living US president.
      2- all 50 governors
      3 – nearly 100% of the US Congress.
      4 – 96% OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS. ( The people who have a PHD and understand medicine, disease and vaccines.)
      5- 80% of the military. ( soon to be 100%)

      WHO IS NOT VACINATED?
      99.2% of all people currently dying from COVID-19. Maybe you should read this line again…

      Don’t worry about what the PHD’s in philosophy or geology think about the vaccine. Listen to the doctors. They are almost all vaccinated. The only ones who aren’t are either allergic, or are more dedicated to conspiracy theories than medicine.

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  18. In reply to your comment about me proving that I have a genuine PhD, I have a PhD in physics from Imperial College in London. I can’t see any way to prove this without posting a copy of my degree certificate on line which I’d rather not do.

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    • Hahahahahahaha September 8, 2021

      Physics. Right. Sure thing bud

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    • A PhD in physics isn’t that unusual. Not everything in physics is about black holes, string theory and multiverses…

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    • Hahahahahahaha September 8, 2021

      @Tech Illu
      Maybe in whatever backwater 3rd world country you got your PhD in. In America you are more likely to have a physics PhD than die of Corona, but not by much.

      During the 2018­–19 academic year, the 204 PhD-granting physics departments in the US conferred a total of 1,903 physics PhDs. Although this number is relatively unchanged from the previous year, the number of physics PhDs conferred has risen 75% since a recent low in 2004 (see Figure 1). Even with its sharp fluctuations over the last four decades, the number of physics PhDs conferred annually has consistently represented about 3% of all PhDs awarded in the United States.
      US citizens have comprised the majority of physics PhDs conferred since the class of 2011. The period of 2002 to 2010 was the only time in which US institutions conferred more physics PhDs to non-US citizens than to US citizens (see Figure 1).

      The average number of physics PhDs awarded by departments varies considerably (see Figure 2). Half of the PhD-granting physics departments awarded an average of six or fewer PhDs, and about a fifth (42 departments) awarded an average of 14 or more, with five of these departments averaging more than 30 PhDs across three academic years.

      A detailed department-by-department listing of degree-granting physics departments with the number of degrees they conferred annually can be found in the Roster of Physics Departments.

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  19. Misinformation is rampant on this site but no one is using this site to base their decision of Vaxx or no vaxx… are they? That’s a frightening thought.

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    • Idiots are capable of everthing. Remember people trust some moron on facebook more than their doctors (plural).

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  20. 100% PURE ALINSKY
    If !vermectin can be derided as “horse medicine” then so can penicillin and a host of other medications that are well known for their healing powers in humans, but have also been widely administered by veterinarians.
    LEFTISTS = EVIL

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    • Wow, conservatism must be a symptom of mental debility. The meds you are taking are for horses and cattle. You are overdosing. This can have severe side effects.
      There are pills for humans with Ivermectin. But they don’t help against Covid. But go on. Take them. At least you will die of Covid wormfree.
      RIGHTARD = DUMB

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  21. It’s ok vaccine. Stupid people don’t like me either.

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  22. Natural immunity. Estimates are 80% of people already have it. That’s why they don’t do antibody testing. Only debunked PCR tests. If they tested for antibodies this would all be over quickly. But we can’t have that can we.. Big pharmas gotta make more money and Big Governments gotta get more power. This stuff is not that hard to figure out people.

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    • Maybe we all should wear our foil hats to figure it out.
      But everybody knows your brain will cook under the foil hat from all those think power waves like a potatoe.
      It might be too late for you…

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    • Yeah, I remember last year at this time when “Experts” like you were telling us that natural immunity was going to happen soon. Of course, the actual experts disagree, hundreds of thousands of Americans died, and now we have worse variants than before.

    • A small price to pay for egoism.

  23. Honestly all you people are obviously off your Medication. This is what happens 30 years after the Mentally ill were let out of Asylums to live amongt us.

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  24. And I live in a crappy little country so I’ll just slam the country I’m jealous of endlessly. We’ve all seen this movie. Yawn.

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    • Is it important how big the sh*thole his you slam? I bet many small countries may be entitled to slam Russia. So, why not the U.S.?

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    • Jealous of the USA? In your dreams.

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    • It’s funny how Americans think every criticism is because someone is jealous of America.
      Let me tell you a secret. There are many people who are glad not to live in America. A country with an inferior infrastructure, a law that only works for the rich, crime rates beyond imagination and no working social or health system. And a class devided society morally 200 years behind the rest of the civilized world.
      If you live in a literal 3rd world sh*thole, if gangs threaten to kill you and your family or if you want to try or die to become rich very fast in a system that promotes stone cold egoism all this may sound better than home. But not if you come from a developed country.
      Yes, America sent people to the moon. Yes, America has a powerfull army. Yes, America has a lot of money. But that doesn’t make it the greatest country on the planet. Just the richest.

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  25. It’s funny how meaningless little countries will gobble up American tax payers money like pigs at the troth but then turn around and stab them in the back. The day your countries stop taking aid money and provide your OWN military protection your point will be valid. But that’s not ever going to happen so your point is meaningless and petty. Just keep cashing those checks.. Sour grapes.

    • America only sends aid money and their military if they expect to make money.

  26. Doesn’t change the point. Stop cashing the checks, build your own military or STFU.

    • Ah, the typical finger in the ear canal response. LALALALALALA. No arguments against the criticism. Just STFU.

    • The World begging... September 11, 2021

      the U.S. for forgiveness for all that criticism:
      Yes, Master. Sorry, Master. Please, not the wip, Master.

    • My meaningless little country does not receive cheques from the US, and we have an army. No need for your rude words.

  27. And the the name of this militarized country that does not take money from the US is….

    • North Korea? But Trump loves North Korea. Great leader there. Trump gives a thumbs up.

    • There are many countries that do not receive cheques from the US and have an amy. Google will show you. You will also find that the US is a relatively small donor; whereas the EU aims for 0.7% of the gross national income, the US is at 0.16%.

  28. Good on you then. But it’s pretty rare.

  29. Can we get back to Billy Boys vaccine holocausts? Or iare the facts to uncomfortable for the vaxx pushers

  30. I_gotta_stop_comin_here September 14, 2021

    OK, children… time for your nap now.
    Blimey! It’s like listening to my five and seven year olds. And yes, I can prove I have kids that age except I’m not allowed to post photos of children.. even my own!

    Everyone’s got their ‘fact’ guns in full automatic mode and no-one’s listening. It’s also fairly evident that you’re all getting your ammunition from the same store.

    NONE of you are going to convince ANYONE that they are wrong by bickering on a meme board.

    I just hope you all bookmark this and come back in ten years time and read your own comments.

  31. Wise. Very, very wise. Now get more jabs! Get 10 their free.

  32. Sometimes I get my 2 wheel go go out of the yeduiko and go fly with the nearby pigeons. Being friends with the pigeons makes me feel good.

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