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From: FUBHO11/16/2020 8:47:18 PM
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From: TimF11/16/2020 11:26:42 PM
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Yevdokiya Zagumenova

Everyone should stay at home.

Except for food delivery people and the restaurant workers who make the food for me.

Except grocery store employees, the truckers who haul food across the country, the poor migrants who pick my food, the food processing plants, and the delivery people who deliver it to my door.

Except toilet paper manufacturers, household cleaner manufacturers, shampoo, cosmetics and soap manufacturers and the Amazon employees who process and pack all my purchases for me and the USPS, UPS, and Fedex employees who deliver it to me.

Except lawn care people, plumbers, electricians, municipal employees, the cops, the firefighters and electrical power employees, including linemen. Also car mechanics so they can keep these essential workers vehicles in working order.

Except pro-sports and Hollywood so I'm entertained and my Netflix well doesn't run dry.

Except childcare workers so I can finally get some work done.

Except hospital staff and dentists so that if I have a medical or dental problem I can have it tended to.

In fact, what I really mean by "everyone should stay home" is that everyone else should keep working so that I can stay home. And we need to pass legislation to compensate me for my hardship.

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To: TimF who wrote (900)11/17/2020 12:56:38 AM
From: Litore Lapis
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wow, ... that's some fb profile.


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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (901)11/17/2020 7:27:29 AM
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I'm pretty sure it was meant sarcastically and as an anti-lockdown statement.

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To: TimF who wrote (902)11/17/2020 7:39:03 AM
From: Litore Lapis
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Yes, Boris Johnson was just amazed how easy it was to implement lockdowns and facemasks. People just meekly followed orders. Now, everyone complied while the figures and knowledge was scanty, and it shows the population cares. They need to brighten up quickly and realize their politicians are so addicted to power, they are already willing puppets to their masters who do NOT have the countries interests at heart.

Watch Delingpole (the guy with the toffy accent on the right) for a few minutes from here. He tells the story about Boris. (1315 seconds)

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Ace broadcast imho.

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (903)11/17/2020 9:30:42 AM
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From: TimF11/17/2020 9:52:56 AM
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Far more Japanese people are dying of suicide, likely exacerbated by the economic and social repercussions of the pandemic, than of the COVID-19 disease itself. While Japan has managed its coronavirus epidemic far better than many nations, keeping deaths below 2,000 nationwide, provisional statistics from the National Police Agency show suicides surged to 2,153 in October alone, marking the fourth straight month of increase. To date, more than 17,000 people have taken their own lives this year in Japan.
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From: isopatch11/17/2020 11:51:34 AM
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Blunt & spot on.

Iso

“Something extremely bogus is going on,”

<Elon Questions the Cult

By E ric Peters
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November 14, 2020

The Gesundheitsfuhrer of Virginia has just decreed – no law having been passed – that the Holy Rag must be worn in all indoor spaces beginning Sunday and also that the cattle may not gather in groups of 25 or more.

He intends to sic the Gesundheitspolizei on the “noncompliant.” Not wearing the Holy Rag, in other words, will become of more interest to the polizei than crime.

Because the cases! the cases!

Which brings up the case of Elon Musk – who claims to have tested positive . . . and negative . . . two times each on the same day.

“Same machine, same test, same nurse . . .”

“Something extremely bogus is going on,” he said.



Now Musk is many things but he’s not poor and so these tests – Rapid Antigen – were the top-shelf items administered by top-shelf medical people.

And they came back incoherent.

Which is one of the many problems with this manufactured pandemic of fear. It is premised on “cases” without symptoms, context or even accurate testing. This being the basis for imposing a breathtaking regime of dictatorial control.

Musk later Tweeted his suspicions that the “spike” in the cases! the cases! is likely due to the “cases” being based on what politeness might style bullshit: “If it is happening to me, it’s happening to others” and – touching the third rail – “revenues from (these) tests are likely not bogus and very consistent.”

Indeed.

There is a great deal of money in the cases! the cases! – especially for the big corporations that are using them – or rather, using their tools in government, such as The Coonman in my state of Virginia – to usher in a new round of lockdowns, which will mostly lockdown corporations’ competitors, the smaller independent retailers and so on that cannot afford to limit their customers to 25 at a time.

And we all know how hospitals are paid to report the cases! the cases! – each “case” amounting to a ka-ching of the cash register, giving them thousands of dollars’ of incentive to find as many “cases” as they can.

The cases! the cases! also enables the perpetuation of the appearance of sickness by making everyone appear sick or in dread of it via the wearing of the Holy Rag, which – as this column has observed manifold times, is a religious vestment by definition since a woolen neck scarf or old bandana or dust mask that has the same power to screen out viral particles that a chain link fence has to screen out mosquitos meets our

Which reveals that the purpose is to cover our faces. To muzzle us. To make us look the same and make it appear we think the same.

We are being made to wear the coverings for the same reason a horse is made to wear the bit only it’s much more sinister because the bit isn’t meant to degrade the horse while the Holy Rag is intended to do precisely that, by forcing us to pretend we agree with the tenets of a deranged cult.

Everyone who has read my articles over the years knows I’ve been a harsh critic of Musk for his rent-seeking and the disgustingly reverential “coverage” of his electric car and solar panel scams by the corporate press. So everyone who reads this will hopefully appreciate that I think Musk may be coming around.

A few months ago, he was one of the very few of America’s heavy-hitters who challenged the locking-down of his business, announcing he would defy the lockdown orders and resume business and if necessary, move his business.

I lauded him for this

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And now I laud him for coming forward with evidence of a scam being perpetrated on the people of this country that makes electric car subsidies seem like a fixed back-alley game of marbles.
It’s not just money that’s in play this time.

It is everything.

The creatures behind the cases! the cases! are making their move – what may be their checkmate move. The cases! the cases! is the groundwork being laid for the suspension of everything and the imposition of everything.

It must be fought.

There must be mass refusal to wear the Holy Rag.

Refuse to accept being emotionally blackmailed by the emotionally unhinged. If you aren’t sick, do not accept that you are obliged to pretend you are sick to assuage the feelings of the mentally sick.

There must be mass defiance of lockdowns, personal as well as public. Prisons are “locked down.”

Businesses that refuse to close or enforce “mandates” must be supported by people willing to risk arrest, should it come to that.

Are you sick of this yet? Then do something about it!



I am going to do just that. Today, I am going to speak with the owner of my gym about The Coonman’s new “mandates” and urge her to refuse to go along and tell her I will stand with her if the Coonman’s goons come to enforce the “mandates,” which have no legal (let alone) moral standing. I am on personal terms with the owners of two other businesses and plan on visiting with them as well.

To try to get them to see that compliance is no longer an option. That their businesses cannot withstand another lockdown. That we cannot stand living this way.

Musk has said that the embrace of mass hysteria has “diminished his faith in humanity.”

We have a chance to restore it, not for his sake – but for ours.

This must come to a stop. Now.

Or it will never be over. Understand this. Fight this, as if you life depended on it.

Because it does.>

ericpetersautos.com

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