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  • fire fire fire fire. Adam Curry JOhn C Dvorak sunday october 18 2020. This is your award winning nation media assassination Episode 187 This is no agenda
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  • labeled offensive broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here in front of Austin, Texas Capitol starstay morning everybody. I'm Adam Curry from Northern Silicon Valley where I wake the Zephyr that's not supposed to come today. I'm Jhansi devorah
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  • ephors are no Zephyr now I'm confused.
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  • I don't see anything the other train moving along.
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  • That's very here if it's gonna be here, it's gonna be here in the next 60 seconds. Yeah, it's very confusing though. The Zephyrs? You know it's not supposed to be running
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  • after October 1. Yeah ran on Thursday. Strange. I have a
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  • ever announcement for the gizmo nation who happened to be listening live right now to no agenda stream.com go to my twitter and retweet the most recent animated no agenda titled very fine people you will see that there's a marking there that says this could be offensive to so I finally got one
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  • But yeah, I tweeted the video too animated no agenda the one that came out this morning about very fine people are gag wait a minute you telling me that that pointing out the obvious and correcting the record in a Scott Adams sort of way Yeah. And making it clear that what was said was not what they say was said and getting it getting the fact checking correct for that you get condemned is offensive
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  • to some Scott Adams offensive that people that want to believe the BS So Scott Adams offended by that by by the marking of offensive well the reason I want people to retweet it is I have requested through some channels say where's my Donald J Trump retweet on this
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  • and yeah you know Trump is ignored are no agenda animated no agenda even though he defended his his stuff more than once i don't care i just want I just want the juice man. I want the tweet juice
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  • Yeah, everyone retweet this go on. Twitter. Yeah. And if you have Twitter Make sure to add the real devore act to your followers
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  • give them numbers back up. Well you haven't you you're not you know you're not a tweeter anymore. Man. You're a I've been I've been ever since I stopped tweeting as they've gone from 100,000.9 to 101.5 you're now a masturbator
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  • you're not a tweeter anymore.
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  • So we have a number I want to correct the record. Oh,
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  • so to me two errors. I want to make sure that everyone knows them. One Yes. I mistakenly thought that an Arnold Palmer was the same as the Shirley Temple. Oh gosh. Did you get Did you get butt slammed over that one? Oh, yeah. And
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  • what nonnamous but what is an Arnold Arnold Palmer then was eliminated and half iced tea as I as I recall. Okay, surely Campbell is granted Dean and ginger ale. Right?
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  • The comparison is is okay because they're both non alcoholic drinks. Yeah, I know but I made a mistake of saying they were the same drink Oh, well, geez. Okay, the other one that apparently I did overlooked a clip where he's where the Cuban said we're a client or clients our client went back and listened to it now I've listened to it a couple times. And I said to myself self Did you miss this because you actually kind of cut it off right and that Aaron you heard the whole thing because I heard they're signing off. So you didn't hear this? Is that what you're telling yourself and what I realize what it is I'm gonna make it clear why this happened? Okay, I know this is a ludicrous use but I'm gonna give it anyway. Mandela Effect
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  • Oh, really? So you just didn't hear it? Yeah. That's not wasn't there when I when I wasn't there. Well, of course. I'm all on board Mandela Effect. I'm sure that happened. Yeah, but I apologize mainly to elda just to Mandela Effect. Why? Why should I be apologizing? I apologize mainly to the guy who submitted that clip to you. And I condemned him as another guest slipping as bad clips. So
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  • it was interesting because I told a teen after the show, I said, Hey man that hold that whole thing was edited in
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  • She's like what? Because she had first shown it to me. And and I played it for and she's like, that's that that's the clip apparently that's edited and she gave me a like a an eye roll
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  • it just sound edited at the time it sounded super edited Yeah, well yeah anyway the point about the point about Mark Cuban China was well made regardless so so there's a couple of big topics
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  • as you would say COVID where the money is so do you want to start with that? We got a lot of COVID stuff going on yeah, we do we do is back in the news or shut down eBay let's start with this overseas and get our overseas report cuz this is where they're really having an issue. The Netherlands is shut down shut down again.
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  • Francis pretty much shut down. But yeah, that's you I got I've got a bunch of that's
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  • there's some really funny ones here. Um, let's start with most of them are noted as as COVID. But I'm looking at my list.
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  • Let's start with COVID curfews and EU cities is short 16 second clip reminder of the top story we're following for you right now. governments across Europe are introducing a new round of restrictions to stop the record surge in Coronavirus search France has imposed a curfew that requires all public spaces to be shut by 9pm in nine major cities. Yep. I know. It's it's and people are complying.
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  • But they don't get it.
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  • Why is this happening? Did you see that? Did you see the the doctors
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  • Hold on a second? Where's it?
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  • Doctors for truth from the Netherlands?
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  • Oh, no, I play that. Yeah, this is so it's a panel. And this is a kind of a cut down version of their little little press conference. elka cleric is a Dutch GP and she is one of the leaders for doctors for two sales had the Irish lady on who we played some clips from several weeks back. And here's elka the cleric and she's taking quite a stand. Hello, I'm Alka cleric from an evidence. And I want to say that we do not have a medical pandemic or epidemic we also state that COVID-19 should not be on list a
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  • for any longer because we now know that it is a normal flu virus in the normal flu virus isn't on this day. So we are also starting a lawsuit to the state of Netherlands to bring this in with a large group of doctors in a really large group of nurses also because we have contact with 87,000 nurses that do not want the vaccine that is being prepared for us. I want to state if there is no pandemic, I am wondering why our kids are in schools with masks. There's absolutes constitutional rights, and they cannot be infringed or inflated for any medical reason. There's no reason for panic. Also, in the medical practice, there's no reason for panic, the panic is created by these false positive PCR tests
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  • 89% until 94% of those PCR tests are false positive, they don't test for the COVID-19. And also, the rest is false negative. So we have to look at clinics, we have to start looking at clinic medical doctors have to stop looking at those tests. That's very important. Let's go back to the clinks into the facts we have in the Netherlands. Now the regular press publishing the news that the PCR test is not correct test so I'm very happy about this. So there's hope
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  • I'm gonna be superficial for a moment. Normally I'd say this probably won't go anywhere. But she's super cute.
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  • So
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  • you know you're gonna ugly doctor I'm just I'm just I'm looking at it from a television virality perspective you know, I'm not not looking at any other huh? Come on, man. Come on, man. I moved I agree with you. I'm saying I said yeah.
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  • Yeah, the Netherlands is this is really well, by the way, cute or not cute. Most of these people don't. Don't even notice.
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  • Which people themselves the evil ones. Keeping us locked up. Yeah, well, we're not locked up. We're doing okay. We're still reminded with the muzzles on our heads every single day. Well, here's the here's another series of this is a weird one. This one came out of I think I got this from Deutsche Ravel or maybe France 24. One of the US where I did most of my research on today.
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  • This is listed this one and there's a two which is a two parter. This is COVID is under COVID herd immunity, India one. Now while many governments are urging people to keep pace
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  • safe distance to prevent a further mushrooming of COVID-19. Some scientists, the best way to tackle the virus is by grouping together and through herd immunity. In India where the devastating pandemic has hit particularly hard, there's been a noticeable fall in the infection rate in certain densely populated areas. Elon gainsford reports. This Mumbai slum with shank stacked one on top of the other, social distancing is impossible. But the number of deaths from the coronavirus have been relatively low. Officially, there have been a few thousand after a spike in me figures have stabilized and then dropped the opposite trend to the rest of the country. The same pattern is repeated in other slums in New Delhi.
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  • In the beginning, I was scared that we will stay and live with a virus.
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  • In some areas, studies show nearly 60% of the population have developed antibodies that could this mean collective immunity?
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  • I don't know why exactly. But I feel like we have the power to fight this illness.
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  • There's a debate between specialists about what the findings mean. Many doctors say India is too large and too highly populated for collective immunity to work.
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  • In India, if you're talking about herd immunity, or you're expecting 1 million people
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  • can we choose who should die who should not die. So there is no concept of herd immunity at this anytime this particular decision. But this epidemiologists believes that what the data shows is happening, one to zero surveillance data to the data of declines in cases being reported from the area. The two together tell me that it's slightly 30 Minute. This to me is what could be the picture in large parts of India. Once the virus spreads further and further.
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  • really dig in her sexy psaltery voiceover it's kind of working for me.
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  • So you have the most cramped, horrible places where nobody wears masks, and they can't social distance in the slums of India,
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  • that their caseload is just dropped to nothing. Oops.
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  • So this is like an anomaly nobody's going to talk about now. Because it's apparent to me at least, that the whole thing is over. And this is just a reflection of that. If that goes to part two, I think the the World Health Organization has suggested moving Sweden into India.
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  • We got to cover up everything. We didn't cover it all up. Let's go with this go to the same clip. Part Two.
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  • official policy discounts the idea of collective immunity. So social distancing, and hygiene measures remain key to fighting the pandemic.
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  • So they're still playing that. I don't know. I don't know. I make it Yeah, you know, is that no, no, no, no. They're playing dumb. Yeah.
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  • Craig, let's go to this. This is a good one. This is the parish shut down report. Part one. Oh, boy.
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  • I just shift work and don't finish until 915. So after the curfew begins. I have a permit from work.
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  • Now the streets are empty. And all is quiet in Paris. Some more Coronavirus developments for you. German president fun class to you played? I do. Well, you should pay for it. Is this the one says report dw? Oh, I'm sorry. Yeah, the upper and lower case got me It caught me off guard. I'm sorry. Here we go. Confirmed coronavirus cases in Europe are higher than ever. countries across the country are laying down a new round of restrictions in hopes of slowing the spread. France, for example, has imposed a curfew in nine major cities requiring all public spaces be shut by 9pm. The country has a record 32,000 new cases in just the past day, he usually stopped for a second.
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  • But anyone that that hasn't been listening to this show.
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  • Adam has been carrying the ball with most of this stuff. And we both we both noticed the change in in actual cases. And then people that are test positive. And they did a switcheroo on us. And we probably could have to keep mentioning this because I know new people come and start listening over talking about and and this this switcheroo that they've done which has made it sound like things are getting worse when they're not as shown in India
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  • is responsible for the craziness is going on in Europe and it's I don't know how long this is gonna continue. Oh, well. I have some clues.
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  • Um, I got an email from
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  • This is circulating, so it is not confirmed. But it looks official from a Liberal Party member in Canada navia. And this person sent out this email as in with some concern, saying, I need to start off by saying I'm not happy doing this, but I have to as a Canadian More importantly, as a parent who wants a better future, not only for my children for other children as well. The other reason I'm doing this because roughly 30% of the committee members are not pleased with the direction this will take Canada. So here's the road map and aim that was set out by the PMO. I think that's the Prime Minister of Ontario. No, that's the sound Planning Committee. I don't know what PMO troll room What does PMO name mean and Kanda navia? Yeah, I mean, well, I'll give you the roadmap phase in secondary lockdown restrictions on a rolling basis starting with major metropolitan areas first and expanding outward expected by November 2020. Oh, the prime PMO is prime minister's office to rush the acquisition of or construction of isolation facilities across every province and territory expected by December 2020.
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  • Daily new cases of COVID-19 will surge beyond capacity of testing. This is as an interesting one will surge beyond capacity of testing including increases in COVID related deaths following the same growth curves expected by the end of November 2020. complete and total secondary lockdown much stricter than the first and second rolling phase restrictions expected by the end of December 2020. early January 2021. Reform and expansion of the unemployment program to be transitioned into the universal basic income program expected q1 2021. A couple more. Next projected COVID-19 mutation and are co infection with secondary virus which will be referred to as COVID 21
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  • leading to a third wave with much higher mortality rate and higher rate of infection expected February 2021. Daily new cases of COVID 21 hospitals gosh this is a great hospitalizations in COVID-19 and COVID 21 related deaths will exceed medical care facilities capacity, expected q1 q1 2021. Then enhanced lockdown restrictions referred to as third lockdown will be implemented full travel restrictions will be imposed, including inter province and intercity q2 2021 transitioning individuals into the basic universal basic income program q2 2021. projected supply chain breakdowns inventory shortages, large economic stability, get ready for that in q2, and finally deployment of military personnel into major metropolitan areas as well as major roadways to establish travel checkpoints restrict travel and movement provide logistical support to the area expected q3 2021
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  • yay Well, yeah, that's an obvious hoax. Really, I'd be careful saying that. I'm saying it if it came at that I will say this. If that came out of Victoria, Australia, I wouldn't make the claim it was a hoax. But, but it's the same people okay, well, since you ask.
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  • Let's swell Let's finish my clip.
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  • All right, well, you stopped shutting down Paris is kind of amusing. More chairs for more guests. Jaffa Salaam has his hands full today. His restaurant
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  • is packed, and his guests all want to be looked after before the curfew takes effect. We have changed everything. We now begin serving dinner at 5pm.
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  • The bartenders and servers struggle to keep up with the orders amid a frenzy of activity. jaffas guests have arrived much earlier than usual.
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  • little stressful, we have to be hyper efficient in order to have a drink and be home in time.
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  • Even though no one looks ready to go home. Most of the patterns are happy to comply with the new curfew.
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  • It's not such a bad idea considering the high infection rates. It doesn't bother me that much wasn't.
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  • Shortly before 9pm Jaffa tells his guests that they have to make their way home and quickly
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  • then it's a race to close on time. With Jaffa determined to avoid the penalties that come with being open past nine
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  • is frustrating having to kick people out at 830 in the evening. It's a shock. Usually we're open until six in the morning.
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  • Just after 9pm the Metro is deserted. Anyone found outside risks being fined over 100 years. The only exception being emergencies and work
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  • insanity.
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  • And you know what he used to have been saying part when you watch this this was done annoyed Chappelle
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  • this restaurant that serves dinner now at five which is outrageous. Unless you're like, you know 80 years old
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  • this place was packed to the gills because people had to go out. So what is that? What's the point is packed to the gills more so than usual I'm guessing because they're usually like the guy said he used to be up until six in the morning so people can come and go and it's just packed to the gills for an intense two or three hours of eating and drinking in the crap No, nobody's wearing massive course because they're eating and drinking is pointless. No, it's just totally pointless. You go back to my office accomplishing nothing. If you go back to my hoax email. It is accomplishing obedience, it is accomplishing adherence, it is accomplishing fear. It is accomplishing a lot of things. This is just to keep keep it going for a little bit until we have our next piece rolled out. That's what it accomplishes. Let's go to part two.
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  • I just shift work and don't finish until 915. So after the curfew begins, I have a permit from work.
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  • Now the streets are empty and all is quiet in Paris. Some more Coronavirus developments for you. German president Frank Walter Steinmeier has tested negative for Coronavirus after one of his bodyguards tested positive Steinmeier is quarantining Iran has extended Coronavirus restrictions and closures in Tehran into a third week on Saturday. after its death row death toll rose above 30,000 and Australia's Coronavirus hotspot of Victoria recorded only a single case on Saturday the lowest daily number since early June. One yeah block a man lock them down shut up slave one one lousy case and they shut down the whole area. Uh huh.
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  • Yeah, yeah, sure.
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  • Have you want to do Germany? Yeah, Germany's got this is a good report. They're cracking down on
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  • GE as a shocker they're cracking down in Germany and German Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned of difficult months ahead for the country with almost 8000 new coronavirus infections recorded in the past 24 hours, the highest figure since the start of the pandemic, the Chancellor has been calling on people in Germany to work together to stem the spread of the virus and tough measures have already been introduced in some parts of the country.
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  • Most and social distancing tight of Coronavirus restrictions have been enforced in the southwestern German city of Stuttgart since Wednesday. There are parking alcohol after 11pm and master obligatory and public square What does that got to do with anything What?
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  • Drinking alcohol at 11pm you can't drink after 11 Are you starting to see the pattern? You're starting to see pointless exercise unless you want to punish the slaves. If you want to drink do as we say.
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  • Many of those rules will now be extended to the rest of Barden. Burton back on Monday. The state premier is going to raise the Coronavirus threat alert and that's where you got
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  • what
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  • he said premier a premier is going to raise the Coronavirus threat alert to the highest level by we're going to tighten restrictions there where this doesn't cause too much pain in the hope that we can spare kindergartens, schools and workplaces measures as possible spare the children
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  • also being considered once again curbing the number of people allowed into stores and making restaurant reservations obligatory and German Chancellor Angela Merkel made an urgent appeal in her weekly online video, calling on people to act now to contain the pandemic.
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  • dollies meet up with far fewer people, whether outside or at home. refrain from any trips that aren't absolutely necessary. Berkeley any celebrations that aren't absolutely necessary? Please, whenever possible, stay at home in your place of residence.
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  • For cases let's just let's just review one more time. Look at all the charts, cases does not equal death anymore at all close at all, at all, at all. somebody pointed out in on the mastodon feeds deck because I sent us this chart around in the last newsletter this the Swedish one which also contradicted It was a funny picture because it was taken from a Google page. And it showed the contradiction between the actual charts and what's going on in Sweden, which is zero deaths and nothing going on a lot of cases
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  • Yeah, and and, and the notation that came up high in the Google rankings of the Swedish experiments that disastrous failure.
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  • And,
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  • and this has been, this has been continues with some people using different kinds of charting methodologies now, including logarithmic, so you get a completely different look at things, but it's not meaningful, but it looks even worse. Mm hmm. And that was kind of pointed out just a part two to this clip if you want to play it, despite support from the armed forces to keep the test and trace system up and running. This concern that Germany's local health authorities are still struggling. Nonetheless, 2000 people protested in Stuttgart, in the Coronavirus measures. They were not wearing masks.
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  • sounds just like everywhere else, doesn't it? They were not wearing masks, though. So they make a big deal about the masses. But I think there's a lot of this has to do with the track and trace methodologies they've been trying to implement and nobody is going for it. Oh, okay, good. First, a few words about PCR tests.
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  • My last emotional suggestion that lab technicians and people familiar with the PCR test should start speaking out has resulted in somewhat hates coming my direction. And it goes something like this. Here's one example. Hey, bud, just a second before you wait, before you read this. This was a complete shock to you, right?
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  • I got so here's the thing. I got so many nice emails from people saying you know, you're right. In fact, one
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  • one of our one of our Knights actually said, you know, it is so hard and he actually gave an analogy which I thought was kind of nice in 2015 I left a career in aerospace as a quality assurance inspector after I'd been threatened with my job over not certifying a damaged 737 break. It took a year to plan my escape but I refused to compromise my integrity and had gone as far with the company as I could within that line drawn. I think a lot of people have faced similar and most just let the man ease it in people are going to have to come face to face with the same monster I did and decided that it is that they signed on for what for what they signed on for with their employers. And that is in my mind is kind of analogous. Hey, just certified that break, man. Don't worry about it. There's there's eight of them on the plane. Don't worry about it. And no, of course you don't want I used to be I used to one of my many, many, many jobs. Yes. For many vocations. Yes. Quality Control was one of them. And and there's I have a lot of stories too. I mean, it's because there are things there you do it to bend the rules. You can't go by the book. But I that's when I learned how to write the cover your ass memo. And so if there was a situation like the breaks or something, you'd immediately write a cover your ass memo asking for clarification. And you never get a return note. So you really can't get shoot. I look. Look. I asked for the clarification. I don't know what I'm supposed to do here. Right, right. I just Yeah, the See ya. Yeah, see ya is work. That's where you learn it when your quality control costs are nowadays quality assurance, QA, is you're not controlled, controlling anything.
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  • So an example email, Hey, bud, I'm doing the voice because that's how I heard it. Hey, bud, just so you're aware, bench techs have zero, say and how many cycles are run on PCR testing. It isn't even set by the clinical testing facility. It's validated and approved by the FDA with the manufacturer, take it up with them. shitting on lab techs really shows how ignorant you are on this.
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  • Excuse me, that information by itself is valid.
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  • Saw that I put a couple of them all anonymous, of course, I put them in the in the show notes. And one was even at the meetup. And I guess I didn't know that I was interested in this or we just didn't connect or whatever. And yeah, but the stuff the lab technician says is also it's very confusing. It all comes down to Well, here's here's the bottom line, the test is accurate.
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  • It's how its interpreted or how it's set up or how the essay is done. So the technicians the way I read it, and excuse me, if I'm interpreting it wrong, are taking their hands off saying we're just following orders.
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  • That's what that note sounds like. Yeah. And the problem is that's what the Germans wound up saying. Yeah, it's the problem. You're having this nice Caboose, we're just following orders.
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  • And I would just like one or two lab technicians like brave doctors and nurses who came out and said hold on a second. This is now that this is now your responsibility.
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  • You've you've, you've been a part of it. And now the doctors know no one's dying like they used to. Now we're locking down because of cases which comes from PCR tests. And you just heard the Dutch doctors saying they're faulty, they give false positives, they gave false negatives. And then no lab technician is coming out and saying, Yeah, even if you said, hey, it's in the interpretation, you got to go look at the FDA. We go look at your health services. They're the ones that are setting the standard. And what does it really mean? But they're not. So that's fine. It's fine. Yeah. I think that was a defensive note that you read from some guy. I don't know why he would take that position doesn't make sense. He's a douche.
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  • Okay, so what is this all leading towards? Luckily, we do have some news from Australia. Because it is coming, it is happening. And it is almost here, the very first use case that will be underway, and we hope to have completed by this time next year is to digitalize the incoming passenger card. So at the moment, everybody who arrives into Australia, be you a foreigner and Ozzie, you would complete this card, and it has your contact information, your details, just to clarify, they're talking about the arrival card when you fly into Australia. Everyone has to, we have to have that in the states as well fill out an arrival card where you're coming from what flight you're on what nationality you are, and everyone does it not just the foreigners, but also the Australians. So now they're digitizing that. And let's see what kind of benefit that could give us well, some of the bio security information that obviously is sometimes difficult to read, it takes time to manually process this. And in the future, when we need to be able to context trace people, we of course, would like that information to be able to get to help authorities
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  • immediately, rather than having to go through the process of entering the data and across to them. So from this time next year, our expectation is that will no longer need this income. And by the way, this time next year, this time next year is what they're talking about next year, our expectation is that will no longer need this incoming passenger card, because we'll have a fully digital incoming passenger card. And what's more by having a digital product in the future, should there be a globally available vaccine, we'll be able to attach a authentic vaccination certificates through the incoming passenger card so that we will know if a person has indeed had that vaccination or not. And therefore, they will be able to
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  • enter into Australia potentially without quarantining. Furthermore, by digitizing these, we have much greater authenticity and integrity associated with who the individual is. Because typically you do this on your phone image would be taken off your face, which would match up your passport to ensure there is integrity in relation to the identity of the individual. And of course, from a context tracing perspective, that means that we'll be able to immediately have the information connected into contact tracing capability in each of the state and territories, jurisdictions, should they need it. So yeah, we may be thinking it's going nowhere, because it's voluntary. This is the crackdown. This is starting now. It's happening, you're gonna have an app. And the first app on a global scale comes from the World Economic Forum, and the common you see what their net the commons project, which is a nonprofit, the commons project, let me just see the About Us here, tell you what they're about what we believe, oh, boy, we believe all he believe we believe all people should enjoy the benefits of technology and data to improve their lives. We believe that race improve your life. It sounds like it just complicates things. We believe that great technology products can be built and sustained in ways that respect individual privacy. We believe people have the right to control and benefit from their personal information. We believe in transparency and accountability, equity and exclusivity stronger together. Everything we do adheres to these principles. Just a quick note on who is on the who the global trustees are.
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  • We have a nice show prob so that's a Esther Dyson, Esther Dyson. Esther Dyson is on this. Wow, she's still alive.
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  • Esther, please. I don't mean that in a bad way. I just haven't heard anything from Esther Dyson and at least a decade. Oh my goodness. I kind of was doing you know, she had a she was a high profile person and she got she hooked up with a bunch of last I heard
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  • and I knew her pretty well.
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  • She hooked up with a bunch of Russian
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  • investors. And they're putting their money in all kinds of work. Yeah, that was a while ago. Yeah. And she was all Gaga about him. Russia was the future of the internet, if I recall correctly or something like that. So just a few of the trustee counsel, I won't give you all the names, but we have the professor or the CEO of the Mayo Clinic, the CEO of Pitney Bowes, we have
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  • the CIO of QVC and the CIO of Walmart's, we have the CEO of grapevine health. General Counsel from a media player drive my car network, CEO of Louisiana State University Health Care, you get the anything that guy's involved in is sketchy. Yep. Do you get the idea who's involved in this. So this is their first project, they have a really crappy video to explain it with lots of boring music and subtitles, and at least this will give you an idea of what they're talking about common past is a platform that lets people safely and securely collect their health information, whether it is a negative COVID test result, or eventually a record of a COVID vaccination, manage that information, control it themselves, and then be able to let that information be used to demonstrate that they have had a negative test or they have been vaccinated so they can get on an airplane or travel to another country. For countries, it gives them the ability to actually know confidently that this person who wants to come visit them can actually safely be admitted into their country without the risk of exposing other people in a country to do COVID if you put yourself in a travelers shoes, people want to travel but they don't want to and frankly shouldn't have to hand out their sensitive health information every airline they want to fly every country they want to visit every airport they want to travel for. And so I think the the balance that needs to be achieved to say hey, how can we give let's say a country or an airline, the comfort they need to know that this person is safe to travel or safe Sandra country without you know, you're gonna get a stamp, safe to travel having to get to tattoo tattoo.
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  • information. So it's the the East African Community, which is where we like to start things. Rwanda, Kenya,
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  • the East African communities where we like to test all this shit on people. Yeah, baby go. So it's the the East African Community, which is Rwanda.
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  • And just the whole fact that say, the East African Community, it's bigger than your entire country, bro. Stop with your community. It's the the East African Community which is Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania,
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  • Uganda, Burundi and South Sudan.
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  • What led to this was their desire to restart trucking. And four of those six countries are landlocked, so they're entirely dependent on the rest is just you know how it came to be. And it's very successful. Of course, in East Africa is great, everybody loves it, no interviews or anything. So it's clear. If you take what the health guy said, In Australia, this is all coordinated. It's all a part of it. It's all coming together. It's all gonna be beautiful. And
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  • we have,
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  • of course, where this is leading, and it's, gosh, it was kind of kind of freaky, but I knew it would happen. You know, there was an election just just a little bit away from Australia, the New Zealand election took place during the lockdown in there and there's I think they're still pretty locked down all across New Zealand. I'm not 100% Sure. And Prime Minister jacinda Arden was reelected for I think, another four years as prime minister, and she gave her acceptance speech
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  • out here at
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  • a heart attack report takita he love this. She speaks fluent Maori, he
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  • knows
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  • in who he who he might. That to me was the end of show I saw in who he who he might know what it means, but I like who he who he might May.
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  • Okay, we'll pass on that. And now to the English version of what she said, for the next three years. There is much work to do. We will build back better from the
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  • now let's let's listen. Let's listen to what that means in her mind. And I'm going to say
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  • This is actually a 22nd clip to accentuate what I'm going to say Kamala Harris on a phone press briefing now better than anyone what is at stake in this election,
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