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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's high time we reverse-cancel cultured people and organizations that openly support conservatives. While the left lashes out, we need to hold fast together.

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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Since the CCP created it, I would assume yes, they have it isolated since the very beginning.

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CloakAndDagger 0 points ago +6 / -6

The French Valneva and the CCP-made Sinopharm vaxxes don't work via that way. They contain whole, inactivated viruses and are probably relatively safer. Sinopharm IS ccp-made but I imagine they made it that way for the very reason that they want the safe vaxx for themselves and the dangerous vaxx for others.

But you should not take any. Only if you have no other choice should you take one, and only inactivated ones - I recommend Valneva over Sinopharm purely for the fact that it's not made by commies. They are probably useless but won't have such severe adverse effects like Pfizer and the rest.

Before you ask, I'm not paid by any pharma company, just estimating the safest possible course.

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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Name checks out - and I mean the "nib" part.

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CloakAndDagger 4 points ago +4 / -0

If you could stop reposting ages old memes, that would be great.

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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stop thinking in "sides". Putin is neither "good" or "bad". He's Russia first, and will accordingly help or harm the US, or any other country for that matter.

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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +2 / -0

He certified the fraudulent selection.

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CloakAndDagger 3 points ago +3 / -0

Muslims sure believe their God and they are no better. Trusting medicine would not be a problem if it were real medicine instead of a toxic protein.

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CloakAndDagger 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don't smoke or drink either. Straight edge. Pfizer is putting poison in people's bodies, but if you drink and smoke then so do you.

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CloakAndDagger 1 point ago +1 / -0

That doesn't concern me because I'm not the original guy who made that statement. I simply made a correction because I like factuality regardless of the message. After all, we're supposed to be the "Facts & Logic" people, right? So let's not exaggerate for the sake of getting the point across.

What we know is that atheism is probably more prevalent across rich people than being actively religious (although almost everyone belongs to some kind of denomination in name only).

There are, however, an awful lot of people who use religion as a tool; just think of Pelosi when she calls herself Catholic when it's useful for her.

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CloakAndDagger -1 points ago +2 / -3

Agreed, and thanks for your support. The zealot types are straight-up lunatics. You tell them the Bible forbids shrimp eating or wearing clothes from mixed fabrics and you can just see the cognitive dissonance materializing.

Or when they equate all gays with pedophiles - then I ask; is Richard Grenell a pedophile? Was Epstein gay? Once again, the NPC brain does not compute.

They complain that gays shove their gayness down everyone's throat, yet they say everyone's going to hell without asking.

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CloakAndDagger 0 points ago +1 / -1

I didn't take a side in this argument, just pointed out that there are indeed rich men who promote the Bible, such as Trump (in front of St John's Church for example), or Kenneth Copeland for that matter.

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CloakAndDagger 0 points ago +1 / -1

Let me play devil's advocate: Trump is a rich man who promotes the Bible, so that statement is factually wrong.

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CloakAndDagger 5 points ago +5 / -0

The Lord of the Flies sold us out for 30 pence.

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CloakAndDagger 2 points ago +3 / -1

Reeeepost, like half the stickied posts here

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