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Autopsy-based histopathological characterization of myocarditis after anti-SARS-CoV-2-vaccination



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A SHORTAGE OF FIRST LINE ANTIBIOTICS HAS BEEN DECLARED IN THE UNITED STATES

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Everything is coming to light with the latest information!

This is a good possible explanation why there is variability in people who "got the shot."

If you watch the documentary he mentions, the cadavers exhibit the weird clotting phenomenon, but why do others not have it, or have it at a much later date?

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Video has English subtitles.

He explains how mRNA injections suppress natural immunity.

https://twitter.com/ShortShort_News/status/1597605601357754370?s=20&t=vMI8531v7IUYhd9YKQ6J7g
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Many of us knew this since Day 1.

It's good to review the information, now with research confirmation.

He also covers various other important topics.

This might be his MOST important and relevant video on this whole health crisis.

(I watched him in the earliest days and then stopped after he seemed to push in a direction I didn't like, but this video is a good one).

One of the implications (injections aside) is perhaps NOT wearing a mask or disinfecting hands like crazy MIGHT be the BETTER approach, to MAINTAIN EXPOSURE to the less serious pathogens and MAINTAIN memory T-cell sensitivity.



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https://www.medias-presse.info/le-message-du-general-christian-blanchon-rendant-hommage-aux-non-vaccines/162574/

Google Translate:

General Christian Blanchon's message paying tribute to the unvaccinated

They are there, by your side, they seem

normal, but they are superheroes.

Even if I were fully vaccinated, I would admire the unvaccinated for resisting the greatest pressure I have ever seen, including from spouses, parents, children, friends, colleagues and doctors.

People who have been capable of such a personality, courage and such a critical ability undoubtedly embody the best of humanity. *

They can be found everywhere, in all ages, levels of education, countries and opinions.

They are of a special kind; they are the soldiers that any army of light wants to have in its ranks.

They are the parents that every child wants to have and the children that every parent dreams of having.

They are beings above the average of their societies, they are the essence of the peoples who have built all cultures and conquered horizons.

They are there, by your side, they seem normal, but they are superheroes.

They did what others could not do, they were the tree that resisted the hurricane of insults, discrimination and social exclusion.

And they did it because they thought they were alone, and thought they were alone.

Excluded from their families' Christmas tables, they have never seen anything so cruel. They lost their jobs, they let their careers sink, they had no more money... but they didn't care. They suffered immeasurable discrimination, denunciations, betrayals and humiliation... but they continued.

Never before in humanity has there been such a "casting", we now know who the resistance fighters are on planet Earth.

Women, men, old, young, rich, poor, of all races and religions, unvaccinated, the elected officials of the invisible arch, the only ones who managed to resist when everything collapsed.

It's you, you passed an unimaginable test that many of the toughest marines, commandos, green berets, astronauts and geniuses could not overcome.

You are made of the greats of the greatest who have ever lived, these heroes born among ordinary men who shine in the darkness."

Christian Blanchon, General of the French Army
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Got an email "related to the bankruptcy proceedings of Front Sight Management LLC, Case No. 22-11824" and wondering if anyone else knows more about what is going on.

I know roughly what has been happening but not really clear on the actual sitrep, and opinions about what do to or can be done.
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Political Discussion / Our friendly information silos (China style)
« on: August 15, 2022, 11:41:32 AM »



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I wonder how many posts you can make before you are censored and banned.

But on conservative websites (such as this one), people are allowed to have freedom of speech.

So who is the one being actually fascist, and destroying democratic principles in society?
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Being politically conservative (different from being a conservative person), I am sure I can have different opinions with other conservatives, but we can still agree to disagree.

However, it looks like liberals do not share in this kind of polite agreeableness (different from being in agreement) and anyone not sharing their total ideology is the enemy.

AMIRITE?
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https://www.nas.org/reports/after-confucius-institutes/full-report

"After Confucius Institutes"
China’s Enduring Influence on American Higher Education

Executive Summary

In the last four years, Confucius Institutes have rapidly closed down across the United States. Amid pressure from the FBI, the Department of State, Congress, and state legislatures, colleges and universities have terminated their agreements for these Chinese language and culture centers sponsored by the Chinese government. Of 118 Confucius Institutes that once existed in the United States, 104 have closed or are in the process of doing so.

The demise of Confucius Institutes (CIs), one of China’s most strategic beachheads in American higher education, has not deterred the Chinese government from seeking alternative means of influencing American colleges and universities. It has used an all-of-the-above approach to protecting its spheres of influence on American higher education, ranging from full-throated defenses of Confucius Institutes to threats. Among its most successful tactics, however, has been the effort to rebrand Confucius Institute-like programs under other names.

(more at the link)
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Anyone done Jury Duty? Can bring laptop to do work between breaks?

Need to check emails, etc. and be on top of things.
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Political Discussion / Elon Musk
« on: July 28, 2022, 09:28:35 AM »
Elon Musk is a huge influencer and even driver (no pun intended) of today's key political topics.

But is he on target or totally off track and leading (misleading) humanity into further disarray?

This guy makes a strong case and seems to be quite effective at deprogramming fanboy syndrome.

Only watch if you are the type of person who is able to sit down for more than 5 minutes and focus on complex topics, including some arithmetic and basic science.

(So unfortunately and probably many of today's younger generation won't be able to watch and absorb the shockingly logical and scientifically grounded arguments presented.)

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General Discussion / A real American hero
« on: July 20, 2022, 06:13:04 PM »
[Unlike some uniformed, well-armed DUDES of late... you know the shameful bunch.]

Indiana man saves 5 from house fire; jumps out window to save girl

By Associated Press Today

LAFAYETTE, Ind. >> An Indiana man who ran into a burning home and saved five people, including a 6-year-old girl he jumped out of a second-floor window with, says he’s no hero and that the serious injuries he suffered were “all worth it.”

Nick Bostic, 25, of Lafayette, was driving early on July 11 in the northwestern Indiana city when he saw a house in flames. He stopped and ran inside to alert its residents.

“I slammed on the brakes, I turned the steering wheel, I did a 180. I ran into the back of the house and I was yelling for anybody. Four faces, three or four faces, came out the top,” he told WLFI-TV.

An 18-year-old woman was in the home babysitting her three siblings, ages 1, 6 and 13, along with a 13-year-old friend of the 13-year-old sibling, while the four siblings’ parents were out playing darts, The Washington Post reported.

Bostic said the 18-year-old was able to get three of the children out, but she told him one child was still missing, prompting him to search the smoke-filled home for that child.

“I heard a faint whine, a faint crying noise and I went down there till I found that baby,” he said.

Because of the dense smoke, he said his only option was to exit through a second-floor window. Bostic punched out the glass and jumped to safety with the 6-year-old girl in his arms. He suffered multiple injuries but the girl only suffered a minor cut to her foot.

Police body camera video captured the aftermath of the jump, with Bostic backlit by the burning home and walking toward first responders, the girl in his arms.

In the video, a police officer takes the crying child while Bostic — who is winded and wheezing, with a wounded right arm and blood on his clothes — sits down on the curb, saying, “I need oxygen.”

After an officer helps Bostic to a safer spot across the street, a tourniquet is applied to his arm after he lies down in the grass. Bostic then asks, “Is the baby OK? Please tell me the baby’s OK” before someone off camera assures him the child is fine.

“You did good dude, OK?” an officer tells Bostic.

Bostic, who suffered smoke inhalation in addition to his arm injury and other wounds, was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital and discharged two days later.

He said he’s not a hero, and just did what he would have wanted someone to do for him and his family if their home was on fire.

“It was all worth it. I kept reminding myself what a small sacrifice. This temporary pain … it’s so worth it,” he told WLFI-TV.

A GoFundMe page set up for Bostic to help pay his hospital and medical bills had raised more than $470,000 by this afternoon, far surpassing its $100,000 goal.

David Barrett, the four siblings’ father, told The Washington Post, that his family feels “very blessed for what Nick did.”

“He’s a real hero, and my daughter’s a real hero for waking the kids up. I don’t like to think about what might have happened if Nick hadn’t shown up. I’m grateful beyond words,” he said.

Lafayette Fire Investigation Chief Brian Alkire told the (Lafayete) Journal & Courier that the fire started on the front porch of the home in the city about 65 miles (105 kilometers) northwest of Indianapolis. Police said the fire remains under investigation.
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[Anyone know how she fought back? CCW? Took his knife? Had a knife of her own?]

Pickup driver hits family in Montana, kills 2 with shotgun

By Associated Press Today Updated 5:31 pm

RION SANDERS/THE GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS

BILLINGS, Mont. >> A man drove his pickup truck into a family as they walked in a tourist village bordering Glacier National Park and opened fire with a shotgun, killing one man and mortally wounding a toddler who was in her mother’s arms before the mother’s sister-in-law managed to kill the assailant after he ran out of ammunition, authorities said.

Killed in the weekend attack on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in northwestern Montana were David Siau, 39, of Syracuse, New York, and Siau’s 18-month-old daughter, McKenzie.

The assailant, Derick Amos Madden, 37, had been in a prior relationship with the woman who killed him and had mental health issues, the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office said. Authorities on Wednesday would not say how he was killed.

Madden plowed a Toyota Tacoma onto a sidewalk and into the Siau family just before 9 p.m. Sunday as they walked in the small town of East Glacier Park, hitting some of them before crashing into a tree, the sheriff’s office said.

Madden got out and shot and killed David Siau and mortally wounded McKenzie. The young girl was being held by her mother, Christy Siau, 40, who was shot and wounded as she tried to run away.

Madden then ran out of ammunition and used a knife to attack the sister-in-law, Christina Siau, 30. But the woman fought back and fatally wounded Madden, who authorities said died at the scene, said Capt. Tom Seifert with the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office.

Seifert declined to release details on how Siau killed Madden or if any other weapons were recovered from the scene.

“She fought back and she won,” he said.

Two other children of David and Christy Siau were present but managed to run away and were not injured.

McKenzie Siau was pronounced dead at the Indian Health Service hospital in Browning. Christy and Christina Siau suffered critical injuries and were flown to another hospital with a higher level of care.

Due to Christy Siau’s injuries, investigators have been unable to interview her about what happened, Seifert said.

Bystanders in the area witnessed the attack and reported it to authorities, Seifert said. He added that police responded to the scene within minutes, but the attack already was over.

The Montana Highway Patrol was trying to determine the exact speed Madden was driving when he hit the family. Seifert described it as faster than the posted speed limit, which he said was at least 25 miles (40 kph) per hour.

Authorities have not said if Madden, originally of Goldsby, Oklahoma, had the shotgun legally. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is also involved in the case.

The sheriff’s office described it as an “isolated…incident with a clear nexus between the victims and Madden” and said the investigation was ongoing. It was not clear what provoked Sunday’s attack beyond the prior relationship between Madden and Christina Siau.

There were no records of any restraining orders against Madden on file in the Glacier County Courthouse, court officials said.

Local authorities did not know of any previous interactions that Madden had with law enforcement. He had been working in East Glacier Park, a town of about 300 year-round residents bordering Glacier National Park that gets throngs of summer tourists.

“I’d like to thank everyone who has so graciously surrounded us, reached out and helped us through this difficult time,” said John Siau, David Siau’s father and McKenzie Siau’s grandfather.

He said he told his children to “grieve, be sad, but don’t harbor anger about what has happened, because what we have seen is actually the result of somebody who has harbored anger in his own life and allowed it to fester and allowed it to grow and develop into something very terrible and unspeakable.”

Christina Siau was originally from New York and had been living in East Glacier Park. Her brother and his family had been visiting her on vacation, Seifert said.

A co-worker of David Saiu described him as a “a great person, a great friend …. (and) a great dad, definitely loving with his three kids.”

“They just loved to do activities with them outdoors, even just fun simple things, like weekend and day trips,” said Peter Depuy, a bookkeeper for a Syracuse audio products company, Benchmark. David Saiu was the production manager at the 13-employee company and first started work there more than two decades ago when he was a teenager, Depuy said.

Christy Siau was a former bookkeeper for the American Baptist Churches of New York State, according to a social media postings by the organization. She was described as “a long time and beloved member” of the organization’s staff in a statement from Executive Minister Rev. James Kelsey.

Christy and David Siau were also active in the First Baptist Church of Hoosick Falls, New York, Kelsey said.
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Political Discussion / The Insanity of Liberalism
« on: July 12, 2022, 08:53:35 AM »
Video quiz challenge: Which of these people is the crazy one?

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https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/about/press-releases/20220711_pr-nycem-releases-nuclear-preparedness-psa.page

NEW YORK CITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INTRODUCES NUCLEAR PREPAREDNESS PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT (PSA)

For Immediate Release

July 11, 2022 — New York City Emergency Management Department today launched a new public service announcement (PSA) that focuses on nuclear preparedness. While the likelihood of a nuclear weapon incident occurring in/near New York City is very low, it is important New Yorkers know the steps to stay safe. The new PSA encourages New Yorkers to take key, simple steps in the event of such an incident.

"New York City Emergency Management has a multitude of free resources for New Yorkers to prepare for emergencies, including no-notice events," said New York City Emergency Management Commissioner Zach Iscol. "As the threat landscape continues to evolve, it is important that New Yorkers know we are preparing for any imminent threats and are providing them with the resources they need to stay safe and informed."

The PSA outlines three key steps New Yorkers should take:

Get inside.
Stay inside.
Stay tuned.

NYC Emergency Management works with several local, state, and federal agencies to organize emergency response. In partnership with NYPD, FDNY, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, MTA, and FEMA, the agency hosts the PlanNowNYC website, which focuses on preparing for terrorist attacks and other no-notice events, including nuclear events, as well as the steps to take if such an event occurs.

The City also uses several forms of media to alert the public in an emergency, including Notify NYC, the City of New York's free, official emergency communications program. New Yorkers are encouraged to sign up for these free emergency alerts in their preferred language and format by visiting the website at NYC.gov/notifynyc or by calling 311.
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