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Re: Corona General
#15: April 02, 2020, 05:24:57 PM
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Probably a larp, but a good one

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Awesome.

I actually was perusing the GLP, 4chan AbobeTopSecret boards suspecting an insider  would be bragging or divulging as it seems sometimes they are obligated by metaphysical/occult principles outside of my understanding to make the whole “magik” work or perhaps to avoid karmic laws etc.

I would check them daily since this broke and wouldn’t find much. But I still continued.

Eventually around the 29th, I stopped due to all the nonsensical ramblings about asteroids, the great awakening, QAnon and the likes. I couldn’t find an intelligible posts that I was looking for.

I became exhausted and couldn’t be bothered anymore. Ironically, it appears I missed it by 2 days from its inception.

So thank you for the share. It’s stuff like this that keeps me interested. Larp or not, I take what resonates and discard the rest.

It’s no different from anyone else posting online with droppings of intel.

Good work!
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Re: Corona General
#16: April 02, 2020, 06:48:36 PM
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You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

Is your brother INTJ? High IQ?

Speaking as one I can tell you it's incredibly frustrating when you give people advice then have to handhold them through a process which feels, well, basic as fuck to us. Like common sense. We tell you X, you go Google X...job done. Efficient. Nothing roots friendships out in my life quicker than people who need handholding and can't take any initiative. Especially ones who criticise me for not holding their hand. Now I don't mind some handholding if they have taken the time to do their own research and come back to me with smart questions, but that's not this.

When Nick tells me something here and I am unclear on it, the FIRST THING I DO is run *"X" "nrgiseternal" site:nrgiseternal.com* through Google to expand on his knowledge of X rather than ask Nick, who is a busy man, to have to handhold me. Then I run "X" through a multitude of other sites as well as Google Images to get a general, wider feel of the subject. That way I have some, albeit maybe incorrect, notions of what X is about, so we don't waste time.

Passive aggressive statements like this don't help either: "This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted."
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Re: Corona General
#17: April 02, 2020, 09:22:41 PM
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You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

Is your brother INTJ? High IQ?

Speaking as one I can tell you it's incredibly frustrating when you give people advice then have to handhold them through a process which feels, well, basic as fuck to us. Like common sense. We tell you X, you go Google X...job done. Efficient. Nothing roots friendships out in my life quicker than people who need handholding and can't take any initiative. Especially ones who criticise me for not holding their hand. Now I don't mind some handholding if they have taken the time to do their own research and come back to me with smart questions, but that's not this.

When Nick tells me something here and I am unclear on it, the FIRST THING I DO is run *"X" "nrgiseternal" site:nrgiseternal.com* through Google to expand on his knowledge of X rather than ask Nick, who is a busy man, to have to handhold me. Then I run "X" through a multitude of other sites as well as Google Images to get a general, wider feel of the subject. That way I have some, albeit maybe incorrect, notions of what X is about, so we don't waste time.

Passive aggressive statements like this don't help either: "This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted."

You obviously don’t understand context so let me clarify.

In a social setting, when two people are engaged and someone is sharing something of personal value to them in the confines of the conversation, essentially they are enabling a temporary social conversational contract.

This contract is enacted via communication. This contract often entails things like etiquette, social nuances, mutual respect, understanding, use of common terminology and language etc etc etc.

Still following?

Only has it become recent that human beings have become so disconnected and disillusioned with human interaction whilst simultaneously being initiated into the practices of singularity that this has fallen by the way side.

Bee-hive mentality purely plugged into the matrix which reduces people to a borg-like mental function is being played out all over the world.

I’m sure many of us see it at play even in “in real life” conversations. Got to keep that google handy! Art of story telling which was utilised by many civilisations before the “plugging in” was the primary means for passing on knowledge.

This is evident in mid-conversation when someone shares something with you but instead of keeping the “flow” or “energy” of the conversation, the rhythm is suspended pending confirmation from a super data base.

Bees to the hive indeed. Rather mechanical and robotic. But then again, so was the borg if anyone get that reference.

Is he high IQ? He’s conceptually and logically smart but has the emotional intelligence of a peanut at times. This has caused him great suffering, socially and personally. What causes one to be emotionally intelligent? Conversation and practicing the art of interacting with human beings with effort, patience, understanding and suspension of arrogance/ego!

You know who else are rather high IQ but lack social nuance and emotional intelligence? The imperial east. Complete left brain tote learners. Once again, bee analogy is perfect here.

Like I said in my previous post regarding left brain hemisphere dominance, which as we all probably know, is the opposite hemisphere for emotional and intuitive intelligence.

If this is where things are progressing, all these threads mean nothing. The decline is in full swing and the fact I have to explain this to you tells me so.

No, I agree passive aggressive statements like that don’t help. I’m aware and can admit that. I’m fallible. I also have a tendency to take the bait for a volatile hook. 

Tremendous patience is required in these parts of the internet. TREMENDOUS!

Anything else you want to add whilst the focus is on me?
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Re: Corona General
#18: April 02, 2020, 09:29:31 PM
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You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

Is your brother INTJ? High IQ?

Speaking as one I can tell you it's incredibly frustrating when you give people advice then have to handhold them through a process which feels, well, basic as fuck to us. Like common sense. We tell you X, you go Google X...job done. Efficient. Nothing roots friendships out in my life quicker than people who need handholding and can't take any initiative. Especially ones who criticise me for not holding their hand. Now I don't mind some handholding if they have taken the time to do their own research and come back to me with smart questions, but that's not this.

When Nick tells me something here and I am unclear on it, the FIRST THING I DO is run *"X" "nrgiseternal" site:nrgiseternal.com* through Google to expand on his knowledge of X rather than ask Nick, who is a busy man, to have to handhold me. Then I run "X" through a multitude of other sites as well as Google Images to get a general, wider feel of the subject. That way I have some, albeit maybe incorrect, notions of what X is about, so we don't waste time.

Passive aggressive statements like this don't help either: "This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted."

Forgot to add, we are all BUSY men. But thank you for further illuminating to my point of reducing time and making things more efficient by means of collaboration.

This is a forum, not an education centre where we have assignments. Or has this changed with the Mandela affect? It wouldn’t surprise me!

And it’s a good thing I’m not looking to be your friend, so root out as much as you need!

Also, your point of finding x via google is flawed.

I’ve seen the very same forum allude to google’s algorithms being completely biased and requiring concentrated use of diligence and mental energy in regards to time, effort and discernment to weed out the useless information.

By the token above, that is the very opposite of EFFICIENT.
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Re: Corona General
#19: April 02, 2020, 11:44:34 PM
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Probably a larp, but a good one

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That's quite an interesting thread. On one hand it doesn't really confirm anything that isn't already out there, but the proposals he talks about were interesting. Essential details were missing but its clear that the intention is to fuck us in every way possible, with some only questioning severity.

If the plan is to 'fix' the virus by summer then things will likely return to the way things were, with some concessions by the middle class "on behalf of the virus" not withstanding.

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Theres always more to the story but many are too lazy to dig or incapable of parsing what was presented to them so they ask deflecting questions, that have nothing to do with the topic, thinking they are making their deficiency while in reality exposing it

It's fucking frustrating talking to anyone about this trying to explain that its not what it seems to be. People would much rather buy the fear porn than try to understand the fuck is going on.
"Oh you think you know everything", "You can't prove any of that you read it online" or "How is that useful information? Its just trivia" are some of the most common responses I hear.
So dismissive of anything that even tries to explain what the deal is. It's funny too because they frequently ask "what's going on in the world all of a sudden?" but when you try to explain any of it they just say your full of shit.
Another favorite is the "That's so convoluted and involved it cant be true and even if it is its hurting my head and there's no practical use for that information".

It's amazing. I have no words for it and am left speechless frequently in discussions about this.

Hit them with numbers. The global death total is nothing global infection rate is even lower, all the fear porn and dooku is based on "projections" aka bullshit

The response I get to the numbers is "well any death, even if its just one, is too much and serious actions need to be taken on a large scale to protect the whole".
Yeah so basically they just keep trying to find reasons to gripe over nothing and then they start comparing this right after I state the numbers to the plague and Spanish flu.
The other thing is that "Oh you can't prove anything you just said because you read it online and the numbers are probably false anyway but the news lies but I'll believe their numbers over what ever numbers you pull up because the television and official reporters are more reliable than ANYTHING online".

What dismissive shitty arguments. The "because you found it using a computer or digital device, its invalid", but that's exactly how they heard about it using the television.
But they don't care about that because everything has to be "your wrong because you question the validity and severity of this".

If this is a real virus isn't it likely that the media is actually lying about the numbers in order to prevent a panic? We already saw what one could look like a few weeks ago. Its not an extinction threat level virus, but its quite likely its been designed to spread and kill at least a significant number of people, and its been circulating as early as late November. In urban areas something like this is guaranteed to proliferate, just think of China, NY, LA. I've seen firsthand how dense and unsanitary life is for many in China and communist governments have never been as fond of the masses as they claim to be.

Considering China's numbers alone I feel like they're either within or have already surpassed a millions deaths and as for the US I'm sure we're already under-reporting it across the board. Most hospitals in America don't have tests yet and people are disregarding virus protocol anyways, so its spreading more everyday. Ultimately with so much disinformation circulating the only thing that is certain is that time will tell. 

Yes what the media is doing is fear mongering, but it seems to be more a blatant attempt at misinformation rather than rattling up 'rookie numbers'. Its possible that the entire thing is a carefully constructed hoax or perhaps a byproduct of 5G (possible if installations are FAR more widespread than currently believed) but I imagine tptb want something with much more 'bite' than just a carefully constructed virus epidemic. I suppose it really just depends on if they're going to run our fades at the start of 2020 or just wait a bit longer.

It's actually the opposite they're lying to cause a panic got to have something to pin the stock market on don't want people questioning how the FED owning 90% of newly issued bonds could be bad
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Re: Corona General
#20: April 02, 2020, 11:45:49 PM
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Got banned from 5 websites/forums in the last week for "being a conspiratard" I tried framing it by asking why people blindly trust the MSM when 9/11 was obviously not what MSM said it was...I got a range of answers amongst the abuse

- 9/11 was exactly what the MSM said it was.
- The MSM is always correct and independent media are liars.
- Everything is Trumps fault.
- Obama is innocent and if you dare crit him you are racist.
- More people have died from CV than any other disease or virus (I argued this is because we are on a peak, and as the peak flattens like a bell curve the death toll will drop and average out to 0.1% of the population just like infuenza. I was outright banned for this statement from one place).
- There's no such thing as Khazarian Jews, all Jews are Jews and if you criticise a Jew you must hate them therefore antisemetic therefore...banned.
- All of the speculation into ID2020 and bill gates is fake retard speak.
-- I linked to a guys prediction of 0.1% death rate. He was an attorney and businessman before switching to biology later in his life. The guy had some achievements to do with virology. His claim was outright dismissed "you can only call someone an expert if they have a phd in virology". Then the same people who told me that went on to quote bill gates. Last time I checked bill was a computer science major / programmer. Funny how they dismiss one guy with corrupted logic then suddenly that logic doesn't apply when it suits them.

These forums were exclusive ones ie you gotta work your way up into them over a period of years but they are filled with leftist, left of the IQ curve idiots who can't think for themselves and just parrot what the MSM says.

These are the people who would enforce population culling via violence if the MSM told them to. Wouldn't cull themselves though.

Edit: 5g. Here in the UK there have been TONS of 5G towers put up. There's one field I drive past in the middle of nowhere but opposite a huge housing estate, where there's 3 of these towers next to each other in a farmers field.

You should see the size of just the wires that run from the concrete utility sheds next to them up the towers. Proper heavy gauge probably half a foot thick, and multiple ones. Just being next to the towers affects my toroidal field ie I can FEEL the energy coming off them. There's some cities that, since about November, I actually feel sick driving through. I can't get out and walk anymore ie I have to avoid these Cities (Manchester is one of them) because it makes me have a full blown panic attack. I only discovered that 5G was enabled right where I have the panic attacks, after having them, when trying to figure out why I was having them. So it's not like I'm thinking "5G is here omg I'm gonna die" but reactionary.

But it's not even true that the coronavirus is the most lethal disease it's not even close to flu kills vastly many more people on an annual basis all these crazy numbers you hear them talking about or simply projection which is the same thing as b*******
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Re: Corona General
#21: April 02, 2020, 11:47:44 PM
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I've made my thoughts on Q abundantly clear in the past in multiple forums. That being said that chick in my video is right. About corona being a cover for something more insidious, and about shlomo liebers betrayal of the u.s.

Theres always more to the story but many are too lazy to dig or incapable of parsing what was presented to them so they ask deflecting questions, that have nothing to do with the topic, thinking they are making their deficiency while in reality exposing it

NRG, perhaps you have but I don’t have the time nor inclination to sift through EVERY post and thread that you have written pertaining to this subject matter just so I can understand how clearly you see on this subject.

You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

I think people are starting to miss the whole point of collaboration  and society is becoming extremely left brain oriented.

Nevertheless, is prefacing your comment with such a statement truly necessary?

I mean, we are on a forum where we are suppose to collaborate and share? That’s why it was created, I suspect.

You’ve mentioned the word “lazy” a few times now in direct responses to me. I have researched QAnon in great detail but I was trying to, you know......get your “perspective” on things.

I do have strong time commitment obligations outside of this forum like everyone else I imagine. This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted.

Having a great mind such as yours.....it would be a shame to not share it with others. ;)

So you want to know my opinion but you're too lazy to read my opinion. Gotcha. I'm guessing your brother's not the problem in your relationship. In all sincerity if you cant form your own opinion from information being presented to you and nothing anyone can say to you will have any significance.
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Re: Corona General
#22: April 02, 2020, 11:50:24 PM
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You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

Is your brother INTJ? High IQ?

Speaking as one I can tell you it's incredibly frustrating when you give people advice then have to handhold them through a process which feels, well, basic as fuck to us. Like common sense. We tell you X, you go Google X...job done. Efficient. Nothing roots friendships out in my life quicker than people who need handholding and can't take any initiative. Especially ones who criticise me for not holding their hand. Now I don't mind some handholding if they have taken the time to do their own research and come back to me with smart questions, but that's not this.

When Nick tells me something here and I am unclear on it, the FIRST THING I DO is run *"X" "nrgiseternal" site:nrgiseternal.com* through Google to expand on his knowledge of X rather than ask Nick, who is a busy man, to have to handhold me. Then I run "X" through a multitude of other sites as well as Google Images to get a general, wider feel of the subject. That way I have some, albeit maybe incorrect, notions of what X is about, so we don't waste time.

Passive aggressive statements like this don't help either: "This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted."

What he's not getting his people like his brother have figured out, what anyone worth listening to already knows. Anyone who preaches dogmatically from a Pulpit is selling something or a narcissist or both. The only honest proposition it's percent accurate information and discuss independently drawn conclusions, which by the way has always been the purpose of this site not to regurgitate ridiculous larps from Godlike Productions
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#23: April 02, 2020, 11:53:10 PM
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You remind me of my brother. He would recommend me a movie in conversation that he likes but via online, not in person. I do the whole trying to connect with him and expand on his comment. You know, actually give a **** and make an effort to converse. So I ask him what’s it about? He tells me not to be lazy and go google the synopsis. The f**kin arrogance after being the one to initiate the subject in the first place.

Is your brother INTJ? High IQ?

Speaking as one I can tell you it's incredibly frustrating when you give people advice then have to handhold them through a process which feels, well, basic as fuck to us. Like common sense. We tell you X, you go Google X...job done. Efficient. Nothing roots friendships out in my life quicker than people who need handholding and can't take any initiative. Especially ones who criticise me for not holding their hand. Now I don't mind some handholding if they have taken the time to do their own research and come back to me with smart questions, but that's not this.

When Nick tells me something here and I am unclear on it, the FIRST THING I DO is run *"X" "nrgiseternal" site:nrgiseternal.com* through Google to expand on his knowledge of X rather than ask Nick, who is a busy man, to have to handhold me. Then I run "X" through a multitude of other sites as well as Google Images to get a general, wider feel of the subject. That way I have some, albeit maybe incorrect, notions of what X is about, so we don't waste time.

Passive aggressive statements like this don't help either: "This doesn’t afford me the luxury to research every thing the great NRG has posted."

Forgot to add, we are all BUSY men. But thank you for further illuminating to my point of reducing time and making things more efficient by means of collaboration.

This is a forum, not an education centre where we have assignments. Or has this changed with the Mandela affect? It wouldn’t surprise me!

And it’s a good thing I’m not looking to be your friend, so root out as much as you need!

Also, your point of finding x via google is flawed.

I’ve seen the very same forum allude to google’s algorithms being completely biased and requiring concentrated use of diligence and mental energy in regards to time, effort and discernment to weed out the useless information.

By the token above, that is the very opposite of EFFICIENT.

Efficiency is a byproduct of mastery. You're a long way from efficient. You're actually quite the rambling distraction. The sad thing is if you don't learn humility the universe is going to teach you, and believe me from personal experience that's never a fun time. As I've often said I'm not here to change Minds I'm here to open them.

If you want to be spoon-fed go to Eglin Air Force Base I mean godlikeproductions they love your kind there. Or prove me wrong, display a genuine spirit of inquiry and benefit from this amazing community either way it's of no consequence to anyone here the only one with anything to gain or lose is you
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Corona General
#24: April 03, 2020, 12:07:58 AM
 Ethereal Necrosis:

I learned so much from here and continue to do so, from the key threads to something as simple as the four stages of competence that I got from Kevin Trudea, suggested from here, which I use in my life quite a lot now. For reference:

Unconscious incompetence.
Conscious incompetence.
Conscious competence.
Unconscious competence.

For me this place is actually quite a lot like a classroom. Nick and others, give their lessons in the form of questions in a way that forces you to walk down a path to find the answer and on that path, which splits into many others like a tree, I learn stuff. Often times, some of this stuff is completely unrelated to the topic at hand but actually fills in the pieces of missing knowledge on other topics.

Every day in situations I ask myself which of the four stages of competence applies to my situation and therefore if I should be focusing on speaking or listening (and even at the final stage one should always be learning too).

As for your comment about left brain causing the world to crumble, I would argue it's more a case of too much emotion and not enough logic causing this. There are far more people who's IQ is to the left of the bell curve, that are unable to think for themselves but hold positions of power and governance, than people to the right of the curve who are vilified and hold positions more suitable like businessmen and other positions where they think outside of the box.

We live in a clown world now where thick people who scream the loudest equal law and policy change.
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#25: April 03, 2020, 02:05:52 AM
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Ethereal Necrosis:

I learned so much from here and continue to do so, from the key threads to something as simple as the four stages of competence that I got from Kevin Trudea, suggested from here, which I use in my life quite a lot now. For reference:

Unconscious incompetence.
Conscious incompetence.
Conscious competence.
Unconscious competence.

For me this place is actually quite a lot like a classroom. Nick and others, give their lessons in the form of questions in a way that forces you to walk down a path to find the answer and on that path, which splits into many others like a tree, I learn stuff. Often times, some of this stuff is completely unrelated to the topic at hand but actually fills in the pieces of missing knowledge on other topics.

Every day in situations I ask myself which of the four stages of competence applies to my situation and therefore if I should be focusing on speaking or listening (and even at the final stage one should always be learning too).

As for your comment about left brain causing the world to crumble, I would argue it's more a case of too much emotion and not enough logic causing this. There are far more people who's IQ is to the left of the bell curve, that are unable to think for themselves but hold positions of power and governance, than people to the right of the curve who are vilified and hold positions more suitable like businessmen and other positions where they think outside of the box.

We live in a clown world now where thick people who scream the loudest equal law and policy change.

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#26: April 03, 2020, 04:31:19 AM
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Ethereal Necrosis:

I learned so much from here and continue to do so, from the key threads to something as simple as the four stages of competence that I got from Kevin Trudea, suggested from here, which I use in my life quite a lot now. For reference:

Unconscious incompetence.
Conscious incompetence.
Conscious competence.
Unconscious competence.

For me this place is actually quite a lot like a classroom. Nick and others, give their lessons in the form of questions in a way that forces you to walk down a path to find the answer and on that path, which splits into many others like a tree, I learn stuff. Often times, some of this stuff is completely unrelated to the topic at hand but actually fills in the pieces of missing knowledge on other topics.

Every day in situations I ask myself which of the four stages of competence applies to my situation and therefore if I should be focusing on speaking or listening (and even at the final stage one should always be learning too).

As for your comment about left brain causing the world to crumble, I would argue it's more a case of too much emotion and not enough logic causing this. There are far more people who's IQ is to the left of the bell curve, that are unable to think for themselves but hold positions of power and governance, than people to the right of the curve who are vilified and hold positions more suitable like businessmen and other positions where they think outside of the box.

We live in a clown world now where thick people who scream the loudest equal law and policy change.

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thinking of this old Saw a  Butterfly flapping Wings in Beijing will or will not cause a tornado in Texas ? LMAO this Wuhan Kung Flu mirrors that question. so enjoy you kicking ass taking names my friend
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#27: April 03, 2020, 10:43:58 AM
Two very good videos that compliment Nick's.

1st: A Dr's presentation why the corona testing is BS in the way they test for the virus by RNA sequencing. You can not tell the difference between covid-19 and your bodies exsomones. Literally fear/stress can trigger a positive test. It's why 8/10 tests are false positives

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2nd: A former head of Vodaphone breaks down 5G and how it causes a virus in your body and poisons cells. This explains why Russia has had no cases and why cruses in the middle of the ocean were getting positive cases. Goes on into detail about the vaccine coming out.

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Also, I noticed in early march that Japan had ZERO cases. Being that close to china made no sense. Well, they had not implemented 5G until March 22 and wouldnt you know the cases started popping up a few days after.

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Take a look at the 5G speed map and you can see a correlation of 5G towers and corona hotspots
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Re: Corona General
#28: April 03, 2020, 10:47:27 AM
One more thing, most of you have probably seen the vast amount of news headlines featuring the number '33'. If you look at the genome of the Wuhan Virus its curiously contains 33 A's at the end (normal A is combined with a TC, ect from what I've read)

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Re: Corona General
#29: April 03, 2020, 03:31:04 PM

Wizard's first rule:

People are stupid; given proper motivation, almost anyone will believe almost anything. Because people are stupid, they will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true, or because they are afraid it might be true.



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