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Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Sep 15, 2020 11:22 am

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Tim Drayton wrote:James Corbett draws connections between 9-11 and covid:

https://youtu.be/opAyJt94Kmo

Yeah, I myself have started to draw connections between my balls and a couple of planets from a neighboring solar system... food for thought for YouTubers!


If it being on You Tube is an issue, you can also watch the same video on Canadian journalist James Corbett's own site here (second video down on the list):

https://www.corbettreport.com/category/videos/
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Postby erolz66 » Tue Sep 15, 2020 11:29 am

After 283 pages in this thread Tim, you have become for me a useful, time saving and efficient 'pre filter'. I now spend less time reading the views in links you provide and am more willing to stop reading them to the end in the face of early nonsense than if I came across the exact same link via some other random means. Thanks.
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Re: Still no confirmed Corona cases in Cyprus, but for how l

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 15, 2020 12:41 pm

Europe and Sweden have actually shown the way forward on how to live with COVID based on the Swedish Model.

Today, we have record cases of COVID in Europe but far less deaths than the first wave just by adding the nuance of isolating the vulnerable and let the fit and healthy live normal lives only with masks, sanitisation and social distancing.

Well done to Europe and Sweden.
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Re: Still no confirmed Corona cases in Cyprus, but for how l

Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Sep 15, 2020 12:56 pm

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In early August, an estimated 460,000 motorcyclists took part in the annual pilgrimage to South Dakota. The Sturgis Biker Rally, which has been a major draw since 1938, is a 10-day event that generates hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, much of it made on alcohol-fueled fun and revelry. In other words, as the party poopers would say, the ideal conditions for a deadly virus to sweep through a broad swath of the population, leaving behind incalculable loss of life in its wake.

So now that the coronavirus has surpassed its Sturgis incubation period, how many reckless bikers lost their lives for not honoring social-distancing protocols at crowded hotspots for multiple days and nights on end? You may want to have a seat, this will shock you. The current death rate stands at just one (1) person. That’s right, as USA Today reported, the unidentified victim was a “Minnesota man…in his 60s and had underlying health conditions.” In other words, not exactly the sort of outcome one would expect under a code-red pandemic.


https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/ ... -protests/

It is funny how those who were against BLM demonstrations were always ready to accuse them for spreading the coronavirus despite most wearing masks and not having the 460,000 people at one time at one place?

If the above story is factual, then future demonstrations should be encouraged, yes?


Absolutely, yes.

(What's this about? Purveying the perverse view that if you are not taken in by the fear-mongering propaganda of the small group that is staging a global power grab on the back of the ridiculous degree of fear they have engendered in a disease that is less deadly than the flu you must be a racist nazi?)
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Postby erolz66 » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:07 pm

Paphitis wrote:Europe and Sweden have actually shown the way forward on how to live with COVID based on the Swedish Model.

Today, we have record cases of COVID in Europe but far less deaths than the first wave just by adding the nuance of isolating the vulnerable and let the fit and healthy live normal lives only with masks, sanitisation and social distancing.

Well done to Europe and Sweden.


So the decreasing rate of those dying from covid today is nothing to do with the fact that we now know with vastly more certainty and consensus what existing drugs, treatments and therapies are effective in trying to prevent death of those badly affected, than we did 6 months ago ? Nothing to do with us knowing with increasing certainty and consensus what factors other than just age make you vulnerable to severe reaction to this pathogen, so that they can be protected ?
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Re: Still no confirmed Corona cases in Cyprus, but for how l

Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:08 pm

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erolz66 wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:A beautiful defence of sanity in a mad world?

https://youtu.be/xz0C1Dak94M


a minute in and all I was seeing was somebody that disagreed with my position so I stopped listening...

There, fixed that for you ErLOLZ... :lol:

Make no mistake, foolish and naïve Guido...

“The lasting misery of coronavirus long-haulers”

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02598-6


Thanks for flagging up the latest absurd twist in the propaganda campaign. I picked up on it a few weeks ago when I heard an unbelievable piece on the Bill Gates Foundation-financed BBC's morning Today radio programme in which they interviewed two people who claimed they had suffered all manner of health problems since having recovered from so-called covid. The interviewer did nothing but gasp in sympathy without asking any searching questions such as whether these subsequent health problems could be coincidental and have no relation to so-called covid. How hard would it be to set up such a propaganda piece? Of the vast number of people who have recovered from so-called covid, cherry pick two who have or claim to have suffered a string of subsequent health problems and are prepared to come on air and whinge about them. Then the listening sheeple start quivering in fear at the latest twist in the story about the dreaded bogy-man virus that not only is supposedly the new black death (it has actually only proved fatal in small proportion of cases) but allegedly also leaves your health crippled for ever. One of the two women interviewed on the big-pharma propaganda machine BBC complained that her eyesight had got worse. Well, it has happened to me, too, and in my case that is due to posterior vitreous detachment, a normal part of the aging process. Sadly, your eyesight tends to worsen as you age. It does not have anything to do with a virus.
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Re: Still no confirmed Corona cases in Cyprus, but for how l

Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:09 pm

Paphitis wrote:Europe and Sweden have actually shown the way forward on how to live with COVID based on the Swedish Model.

Today, we have record cases of COVID in Europe but far less deaths than the first wave just by adding the nuance of isolating the vulnerable and let the fit and healthy live normal lives only with masks, sanitisation and social distancing.

Well done to Europe and Sweden.


More testing = more cases. The tests currently in use are known to be highly unreliable anyway. Might as well toss a coin.
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Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:11 pm

erolz66 wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Europe and Sweden have actually shown the way forward on how to live with COVID based on the Swedish Model.

Today, we have record cases of COVID in Europe but far less deaths than the first wave just by adding the nuance of isolating the vulnerable and let the fit and healthy live normal lives only with masks, sanitisation and social distancing.

Well done to Europe and Sweden.


So the decreasing rate of those dying from covid today is nothing to do with the fact that we now know with vastly more certainty and consensus what existing drugs, treatments and therapies are effective in trying to prevent death of those badly affected, than we did 6 months ago ? Nothing to do with us knowing with increasing certainty and consensus what factors other than just age make you vulnerable to severe reaction to this pathogen, so that they can be protected ?


Anyway, let's all rejoice at the fact that very few people are dying any more, even according to the official figures which were being inflated in many different ways. Can we find common ground in this?
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Postby erolz66 » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:14 pm

Here is a classic example. After 280 pages of your posting here Tim, I now can happily simply ignore everything past 'Bill Gates Foundation-financed BBC's morning Today radio programme' in your post above because that is just not true. 'BBC Media Action' is not the same thing as the BBC. Not in any legal sense and not in any practical sense. Bill Gates or his foundation do not fund the BBC. They fund BBC Media action charity. Saves me considerable time.
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Re: Still no confirmed Corona cases in Cyprus, but for how l

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:19 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Europe and Sweden have actually shown the way forward on how to live with COVID based on the Swedish Model.

Today, we have record cases of COVID in Europe but far less deaths than the first wave just by adding the nuance of isolating the vulnerable and let the fit and healthy live normal lives only with masks, sanitisation and social distancing.

Well done to Europe and Sweden.


More testing = more cases. The tests currently in use are known to be highly unreliable anyway. Might as well toss a coin.


Yes I agree with that. More tests and better contact tracing as well.

But what amazes me is the decline in mortality. I think that’s the important thing. It’s clear to me that the spread is unstoppable. The only possible scenario is to flatten the curve. And also reduce the mortality rate which is done by protecting the vulnerable. I see little point in shutting down for people under 50 or even under 60.
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