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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't think we can know how common it really is until we get a proper look at all-cause morbidity broken down properly by cause of death, vaccination status, comorbidity and age. Obviously those of us who suspect an issue are noticing any and all events which could indicate a problem, and we will definitely have some kind of confirmation bias going on.

The only thing I think we know for sure is that the data that has been collected, analysed and published so far definitely doesn't rule out vaccine related injuries, and so anyone claiming that the vaccines are safe is definitely overstating what we currently know.

That said, haven't had many conversations with people about it, but seen multiple break-through cases, one case of shingles, one dramatic weight loss/possible parkinsons, two sudden unexpected death by heart attack, one lady who said her legs had never felt right since she had it. Vast majority I know are not reporting any kind of symptom, and those listed above aren't making any connection with the vax. The only way to know is to do the proper data gathering and testing, and that simply isn't happening. It's the kind of signal that would only emerge with any kind of certainty with a very detailed data collection and long term comparison between well-matched control groups.

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

well i must admit, nothing makes me laugh so much as my husband laughing. I don't know why - i think there's just something about his laugh that's infectious to me. But I guess we do also share a sense of humour, which is why we get along so well together...

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's really astonishing to me that people can make public statements like this, and still somehow believe themselves to be someone who others should listen to.

i see it as a consequence of being increasingly alienated from the word of God, and the steadying influence that brings as we wrestle with our own fraility and failures and limitations. There is no substitute for the peace and rest that comes from remembering who Jesus is - what he has done and said and who he says that we are.

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EloiEloi 5 points ago +5 / -0

They're afraid because they've just taught millions of people that the historical characterisation of Anti-vaxxers might have been unjustified and calculated to stop people looking at it all more closely...

I think they really messed up by locking so many critical thinkers in their homes for a year and forcing them to look into vaccines...

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EloiEloi 2 points ago +2 / -0

Respectfully disagree - we still laugh out loud every time we watch it - watched all 12 series 5 times through. Friends doesn't make me laugh anymore though. For me that was more of a time and place.

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tis ok. Those who don't understand what they are attacking will never understand how to overcome it. To caricature Christian schools in this way is to make the opposition to them a weak and feeble thing, so let the mis-characterisation continue...

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

I do think there is something in this. I don't think the people who orchestrated this expected people to still be caring about it nearly a year later. Not without the MSM fuelling it. And yet here we are...

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EloiEloi 11 points ago +11 / -0

:( Sad they died. Glad they were together. Imagine this is really hard on those who were close to them.

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EloiEloi 3 points ago +4 / -1

Hi guys - in a discussion with someone... Could anyone point me to the place in the audit presentation where they explain how they determined that there were 17,000 duplicates? I don't mean the claim (which in OP above) but the method/evidence from which this was determined? Many thanks, got a very intelligent person I'm in conversation with who nothing gets past, so always have to check and triple check any claim I make.

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

[A total of 35,691 v-safe participants 16 to 54 years of age identified as pregnant. Injection-site pain was reported more frequently among pregnant persons than among nonpregnant women, whereas headache, myalgia, chills, and fever were reported less frequently. ]

So.... all PERSONS can be pregnant, but they should only be compared to nonpregant WOMEN?

It's hard to trust a scientist who is using language like this...

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EloiEloi 17 points ago +17 / -0

This woman thinks is proving the exact opposite to what she thinks is proving. I wonder how old she'll be before she realises it?

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EloiEloi 4 points ago +4 / -0

I really think the key is to pray about it. Pray for God to bring good, faithful, kind friends into your life, the kind of people that he would choose for you.

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EloiEloi 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think it's a process and depends on where you live. I think

  1. Don't be in a hurry
  2. Start doing one or two new things that you genuinely like
  3. Pray for new friends to come into your life.

i reckon if you do all those things, before you know it you'll be surrounded by an awesome little crew...

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EloiEloi 1 point ago +1 / -0

I do think that the money is the biggest factor in the whole thing., and also agree that a coronavirus vaccine was never going to make it past traditional vaccine testing processes...

I'm also leary of the population control idea. Not ruling it out as not sure anything should be ruled out right now, but don't see that it stacks into anything beyond a hypothesis at this stage.

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EloiEloi 0 points ago +1 / -1

I still think that the vaccines coming out as they did was to give those of us who want to think it through for ourselves a fighting chance of resisting and setting up a resistance to a mandatory vax pasport. Given how most view the vaxes even now, even with the safety issues and a relatively short lockdown/pandemic duration, if they were coming out 1 year from now after multiple years of restrictions, with at least the illusion of longer term safety data, we'd have had slim grounds on which to resist...

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EloiEloi 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree - for me the confusing thing was those "glowie" posts getting stickied - that made me think that someone who understood more than me about the situation was on the mod team. Matt Braynard is the whole reason that I ever found T_D.win, Gab etc, because I followed closely the work that he did on the election, and when I heard him talking about the rally on the 18th, I was sure that unless everything about him/the election fraud was a lie, then it was a legitimate thing to try and get justice for those who are incarcerated.

I have noticed that I self-censor as much on this site as I do anywhere else...

It's been concerning me a lot that the fallout from J6 is that our instinct to gather and protest has been muzzled... Althought I do think it's partly positive if instead people are redirecting that energy and getting involved at grass-roots level, as that is what will bring real change.

Should also say I'm a Brit, so primarily an observer, although definitely gleaning much useful info from this site which translates across the pond...

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EloiEloi 4 points ago +4 / -0

oh ok, yes I agree with you that the term anti-vax is a term designed to create an "other class" that can be demonised as necessary. I think in this instance though that it was short hand for "I'm not against all vaccines?" So I suppose the issue is to provide people with another short-hand term they can use which can't be conflated.

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EloiEloi 8 points ago +8 / -0

I didnt read it that way at all. In fact, it was a pretty good summary of my non-science based reasons for abstaining (of which there are also many) . I wouldn't say that I was anti-vax in that i've decided no-one should ever have any kind of vaccine ever. But I definitely am not taking this one, and for all of the reasons listed.

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