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Tintenfass 2 points ago +2 / -0

...long term the consumer pays.

And that is their plan. Screw up the supply and then make prices outrageous for what supply is delivered..

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Tintenfass 3 points ago +3 / -0

I read he had a type of blood cancer acquired before getting the jab, that attacks one's immune system. He died from cancer, not C19.

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Tintenfass 5 points ago +5 / -0

Dual citizenship needs to be abolished. You choose loyalty to the United States or another country. Period.

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just provide a link to the contract. Although it rhymes with what we heard coming from an Indian source, without some hard evidence outside of a few quotes anyone could make up, there is no "proof".

With "proof" comes the unraveling of Pfizer and this whole Scamdemic.

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Tintenfass 2 points ago +2 / -0

The superintendent should resign, not just apologize, along with the resignations of every board who did not stand with the girl and her father.

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

Many doctors (most?) Only know what the pharmaceutical reps tell them. Few actually do their own research and just go with what the hospital tells them.

I spoke to a young, inexperienced RN today and asked why Ivermectin was not given to COVID patients. The confident reply was "Because Ivermectin gives people heart attacks." Then went on to relate the blood clots many C19 patients had. "Some of them vaccinated?" "Yes" was the reply, without a hint of connecting blood clots and heart attacks to the vaccine.

I vowed to die at home before ever going into a hospital.

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Tintenfass 5 points ago +5 / -0

Good initiative, but not useful if the Senate doesn't pass and President Illigitimate doesn't sign into law.

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nice quote of one man stating another man's 18th century opinion in 1930's Britain.

One would have to assume Fitche's opinion/prognostication came to be accepted and spread to the U.S.. But in 2021 U.S. I don't see much support for this approach to schools.

But the fundamental problem was clear: the educational system had failed Germany. Only with a total revision of the method of educating children could Germany hope to become immune from the Napoleons of the future. β€œIn a word, it is a total change of the existing system of education that I propose as the sole means of preserving the existence of the German nation.”

Fitche's thinking appears to have had more to do with the development of education leading to Imperial Germany and later Nazi Germany.

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not trying to give anyone hope. Just saying that grouping a state like Texas with New York or California is ridiculous. Curriculums differ, attitudes of people in the state, relative entrench mentioned and influence of unions all combine for a "risk factor", if you will. All public schools are susceptible to leftist indoctrination, but some areas and states much more than others.

Yes, parents need to be mindful and involved to stamp it out. But to believe public schools are monolithic diffuses the focus from those areas and states which are worse. That's what I am trying to get across

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

You have a pathetic, inconsequential existence in which your intellectual impotence is only exceeded by your physical impotence.

Your post history shows someone who adds little to constructive dialog and simply hurls insults and invective at others, much as a juvenile would. Perhaps you are no juvenile by age but your mind is certainly juvenile.

Try doing something constructive with your life. Being an anonymous keyboard warrior is simply embarrassing yourself. The saddest part is you do not even realize it.

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Tintenfass 0 points ago +1 / -1

I ask a simple question, you reply with "I don't know?", and then you call other people stupid?

Time for a little reflection on your own education and temperment.

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Tintenfass 1 point ago +1 / -0

Would be providential if she tripped and fell down some steps in the capital, breaking multiple bones.

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