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Since the PCR test is now declared invalid by the CDC is this the end of the plandemic?


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2021 Dec 21, 9:01pm   1,650 views  13 comments

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Wasn't the PCR test the only thing they had to point to, in claiming there was a pandemic? CNN, Fox, etc.

The survival rate is so high it's nearly identical to the flu.

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1   richwicks   2021 Dec 21, 9:16pm  

tanked says
Wasn't the PCR test the only thing they had to point to, in claiming there was a pandemic? CNN, Fox, etc.


So what? There is never going to be an end.

It ends when the population decides it ends, and not before. Here, let me find an old post:

https://www.patrick.net/post/1335674/2020-10-20-we-will-never-go-back-to-normal

I might have been wrong about the economic reset, but I'm not yet certain.

tanked says
The survival rate is so high it's nearly identical to the flu.


Well the flu disappeared last year. This MIGHT be just the flu at this point. For all we know, sars-cov2-19 no longer exists.
2   tanked   2021 Dec 21, 9:38pm  

richwicks says
tanked says
Wasn't the PCR test the only thing they had to point to, in claiming there was a pandemic? CNN, Fox, etc.


So what? There is never going to be an end.

It ends when the population decides it ends, and not before. Here, let me find an old post:

https://www.patrick.net/post/1335674/2020-10-20-we-will-never-go-back-to-normal

I might have been wrong about the economic reset, but I'm not yet certain.

tanked says
The survival rate is so high it's nearly identical to the flu.


Well the flu disappeared last year. This MIGHT be just the flu at this point. For all we know, sars-cov2-19 no longer exists.


The medical establishment will try to keep it going but even the CDC now admits and declares the test is bunk, which is the 1 and only thing they had, so called ever climbing numbers of "cases", to claim it was real. Maybe this is the time when the population has decided it ends.

Consider the following story:

This week we time travel to 1530 and Geneva.

"When the bubonic plague struck Geneva in 1530, everything was ready. They even opened a whole hospital for the plague victims. With doctors, paramedics and nurses. The traders contributed, the magistrate gave grants every month. The patients always gave money, and if one of them died alone, all the goods went to the hospital.

But then a disaster happened: the plague was dying out, while the subsidies depended on the number of patients. There was no question of right and wrong for the Geneva hospital staff in 1530. If the plague produces money, then the plague is good. And then the doctors got organized.

At first, they just poisoned patients to raise the mortality statistics, but they quickly realized that the statistics didn't have to be just about mortality, but about mortality from plague. So they began to cut the boils from the bodies of the dead, dry them, grind them in a mortar and give them to other patients as medicine. Then they started dusting clothes, handkerchiefs and garters. But somehow the plague continued to abate. Apparently, the dried buboes didn't work well. Doctors went into town and spread bubonic powder on door handles at night, selecting those homes where they could then profit. As an eyewitness wrote of these events, "this remained hidden for some time, but the devil is more concerned with increasing the number of sins than with hiding them."

In short, one of the doctors became so impudent and lazy that he decided not to wander the city at night, but simply threw a bundle of dust into the crowd during the day. The stench rose to the sky and one of the girls, who by a lucky chance had recently come out of that hospital, discovered what that smell was.

The doctor was tied up and placed in the good hands of competent “craftsmen.” They tried to get as much information from him as possible. However, the execution lasted several days. The ingenious hippocrats were tied to poles on wagons and carried around the city. At each intersection the executioners used red-hot tongs to tear off pieces of meat. They were then taken to the public square, beheaded and quartered, and the pieces were taken to all the districts of Geneva.

The only exception was the hospital director's son, who did not take part in the trial but blurted out that he knew how to make potions and how to prepare the powder without fear of contamination. He was simply beheaded "to prevent the spread of evil".

- François Bonivard, Chronicles of Geneva, second volume, pages 395 - 402
3   FuckTheMainstreamMedia   2021 Dec 21, 11:56pm  

Idiots have repeated the mantra that armed US citizens can’t stand up to planes, tanks, and nukes. Even Brandon bleated out this brain turd.

This is flat out stupid and one need only to point to the folly of the USSR and USA invading Afghanistan and failing to hold it while fighting against fucking cavemen.

Imagine a US military and feds turning on its citizens. There’s a reason Obama had the ATF back off in the Nevada desert in 2014. First off there would be large swaths of the military that would turn on its own government. Secondly there are a TON of battle hardened vets, and nearly all the able bodied ones would take up arms against the federal government. Then the first ones gunned down become martyrs.

It looks like about 30% of adults don’t want the jab, and that’s weighted way heavy with people under 40 years old…ie the people most capable of fighting. If you are counting that’s roughly 110 million people.

Show me what guerilla army every had even 20-40 million armed members. Now think about how you get them uprooted from the multitude of mountain ranges and forrests across the US. Simply put, short of nuking the entirety of the US, it cannot be done. There is no military on the planet, not even the entire world combined, that could possible hold the US in an invasion. Not even our own military.

So these SOB’s need guns gone. I’m not convinced that this whole damn shit show wasn’t precisely to measure US reaction. I think they have their answer though. They can’t uproot 20 million people from the Rockies, 5 million from the CA coast, 10 million from the Sierra Nevada, etc….woodlands of Missouri, east coast hills and woodlands. Lord help them in Texas hill country.

The US isn’t gone yet. We took some heavy fire snd probably need to purge out the Millenials. But not gone by a long shot.
4   Ceffer   2021 Dec 22, 12:23am  

tanked says
At first, they just poisoned patients to raise the mortality statistics, but they quickly realized that the statistics didn't have to be just about mortality, but about mortality from plague. So they began to cut the boils from the bodies of the dead, dry them, grind them in a mortar and give them to other patients as medicine. Then they started dusting clothes, handkerchiefs and garters. But somehow the plague continued to abate.

Yep, that's Rockefeller allopathic, Pharma monopoly driven medicine in a nutshell. I hate to say it, but patients are just ciphers for making money, and if they can hire themselves out to perform political democide as opposed to merely generating or enhancing/perpetuating disease to profit from it, all the better. There's just too much proof now that that is the case. The suppression of legitimate therapies is a war crime all by itself.
5   Ceffer   2021 Dec 22, 12:26am  

FuckTheMainstreamMedia says
There is no military on the planet, not even the entire world combined, that could possible hold the US in an invasion. Not even our own military.

Remember, in WWII the Japanese ruled out any kind of US mainland invasion just on the strength of the armed populace alone, not the military.
6   Ceffer   2021 Dec 22, 12:30am  

Pandemic will end when the MSM Propaganda sucker punched, deceived and fear saturated population drops below a 'true' (not fake polled)35 percent or so. When everybody else realizes that it's all a pack of lies, they would be too stupid to proceed, unless they had absolute force at their disposal. This is why communists always 'plan' to murder at least 25 percent of the population when they 'liberate' them, more if necessary.
7   richwicks   2021 Dec 22, 12:50am  

tanked says
Consider the following story:

This week we time travel to 1530 and Geneva.

"When the bubonic plague struck Geneva in 1530, everything was ready. They even opened a whole hospital for the plague victims. With doctors, paramedics and nurses. The traders contributed, the magistrate gave grants every month. The patients always gave money, and if one of them died alone, all the goods went to the hospital.

But then a disaster happened: the plague was dying out, while the subsidies depended on the number of patients. There was no question of right and wrong for the Geneva hospital staff in 1530. If the plague produces money, then the plague is good. And then the doctors got organized.

At first, they just poisoned patients to raise the mortality statistics, but they quickly realized that the statistics didn't have to be just about mortality, but about mortality from plague. So they began to cut the boils from the bodies of the dead, dry them, grind them in a mortar and give them to other patients as medicine. Then they started dusting clothes, handkerchiefs and garters. But somehow the plague continued to abate. Apparently, the dried buboes didn't work well. Doctors went into town and spread bubonic powder on door handles at night, selecting those homes where they could then profit. As an eyewitness wrote of these events, "this remained hidden for some time, but the devil is more concerned with increasing the number of sins than with hiding them."

In short, one of the doctors became so impudent and lazy that he decided not to wander the city at night, but simply threw a bundle of dust into the crowd during the day. The stench rose to the sky and one of the girls, who by a lucky chance had recently come out of that hospital, discovered what that smell was.

The doctor was tied up and placed in the good hands of competent “craftsmen.” They tried to get as much information from him as possible. However, the execution lasted several days. The ingenious hippocrats were tied to poles on wagons and carried around the city. At each intersection the executioners used red-hot tongs to tear off pieces of meat. They were then taken to the public square, beheaded and quartered, and the pieces were taken to all the districts of Geneva.

The only exception was the hospital director's son, who did not take part in the trial but blurted out that he knew how to make potions and how to prepare the powder without fear of contamination. He was simply beheaded "to prevent the spread of evil".

- François Bonivard, Chronicles of Geneva, second volume, pages 395 - 402


Why you dirty bastard. You made me look that up. This took hours.

Anybody know french well? And I mean really well:

https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6539311v/f401.item.texteImage?source=patrick.net

Starts on page 395, (NOTE: You CANNOT download this even if it says you can, I tried, and I got the wrong fucking book - I've reported the error to the site owners) the translation above into English isn't at ALL accurate it's more of a summation (if it's indeed describing what it claims), the French is on OLDE Franche and the use of (basically obsolete) French characters are in use. Kind of like 's' looks like an 'f' in our original Conftitution? I can see it's using antiquated words and spellings.

Now my french is shit, the character set is unknown to me, Google Translate is pretty good, and it SOUNDS like that is what was said above. That was a total bitch to find too. Can anybody confirm that what is written in English jives with what is written in very ancient French? The reason that (relatively) short blurb spans from page 395 to 402 is that the Frenchman that wrote that, is very verbose in what he writes.

But a hospital is mentioned, treachery is mentioned, carbuncles are mentioned, somebody "working at night" and "needing sleep" and being careless in the day is mentioned, the spread of a substance that had a putrid odor and being caught by a recovered patient is mentioned, torture is mentioned, and an execution is mentioned. I'm pretty certain that account is accurate, but I cannot be certain. Even a frenchman might not be able to be certain.
8   richwicks   2021 Dec 22, 1:13am  

FuckTheMainstreamMedia says
I’m not convinced that this whole damn shit show wasn’t precisely to measure US reaction.


Hmmm.

That's something I'm embarrassed to admit that I didn't consider, and should have.

If you're correct, what we've just found out is that Israel has one of the weakest, most gullible populations on the planet - if the reports of their vaccine uptake is correct.
9   tanked   2021 Dec 22, 3:55pm  

richwicks says
FuckTheMainstreamMedia says
I’m not convinced that this whole damn shit show wasn’t precisely to measure US reaction.


Hmmm.

That's something I'm embarrassed to admit that I didn't consider, and should have.

If you're correct, what we've just found out is that Israel has one of the weakest, most gullible populations on the planet - if the reports of their vaccine uptake is correct.


That is correct, they have fallen for identity politics far beyond anyone else for a long time. The very notion of, we are the chosen people because we are Jews, the Palestinians are not full citizens, modern Israel is a theological state, is the epitome of that. So when that state says to do something almost all of them do it, even if it is ridiculous.

The mentality in USA is far closer to the truth, you are human consciousness, the superficial labels are your experience they are not you. We have our idiots here but not as many as they do.
10   tanked   2021 Dec 22, 4:06pm  

richwicks says
tanked says
Wasn't the PCR test the only thing they had to point to, in claiming there was a pandemic? CNN, Fox, etc.


So what? There is never going to be an end.

It ends when the population decides it ends, and not before. Here, let me find an old post:

https://www.patrick.net/post/1335674/2020-10-20-we-will-never-go-back-to-normal

I might have been wrong about the economic reset, but I'm not yet certain.

tanked says
The survival rate is so high it's nearly identical to the flu.


Well the flu disappeared last year. This MIGHT be just the flu at this point. For all we know, sars-cov2-19 no longer exists.


That's most likely the case, it no longer exists. Now if they don't even have a fake test for it anymore how can anyone say it exists. It's a sincere question - I don't disagree with you. They very well might still say it exists. I just don't know how they try to establish that without PCR.
11   tanked   2021 Dec 22, 4:48pm  

Update: there is a blood test but I don't see it causing false positives to the level that PCR did.
12   richwicks   2021 Dec 23, 8:21pm  

tanked says
Consider the following story:

This week we time travel to 1530 and Geneva.

"When the bubonic plague struck Geneva in 1530 ...


@tanked

OK, I've checked out the story, found the source, did minor due diligence to verify it, and then had a native Frenchman that (inexplicably) loves languages verify that it is indeed from this book:

https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6539311v/f401.item.texteImage?source=patrick.net

pages 395-402.

That this is more or less what it said, although the "quote" is paraphrased. It's a summation of what was written, not a direct translation. What he wrote to me was:

as for þe olde French question, the OCR is wrong and I doubt very much google would understand that language, but I do, from the scans, and the translation sums up the facts acceptably, save for the story of the man who contrived the strategy, who is omitted entirely

I could adapt it to modern French or even to English that somewhat feels like it might be from back then, since thankfully it wouldn't need to be Ænglisc to match


He's incorrect in Google's ability to do translation even when the language is (now comparatively) ancient and spelling has changed significantly. Although it's drastically different in spelling than what is modern French, Google still did a fairly decent job of translation - enough for me to confirm what I thought I was reading was close to what was written anyhow. He was the final verification.

Anyhow, that was written, whether it is true or not - that's another story, although I suspect it is. There's been multiple cases where doctors have intentionally infected a population to increase wealth in the United States and people who enter the medical profession reportedly have a higher preponderance toward sociopathy than the general population.

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