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  • Well get in line boy. Adam Curry Jhansi devora November 19 2020 this is your award winning combination media assassination Episode 1200 96. This is no agenda.
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  • unsealing indictments, broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone Star State in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam Curry from Northern Silicon Valley. We just saw six cars ever go by two minutes late. i'm john C. Dvorak.
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  • That's right everybody tell the boys over at the CNBC Squawk Box desk we have a six cars for economy in definite trouble right now bitcoins 17,924 Oh my God.
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  • And if it wasn't bad enough, Rudy's live Rudy's he's alive, no he Rudy's live here, hold on a second, we bring a routing happen there as well.
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  • If you've made a mistake, okay, so the President's legal team, which is a cast of characters is doing yours. Oh, yeah. The cast of characters is doing a press conference about the voter fraud we have onstage Rudy Giuliani. We have Sidney Powell. We have Joe digenova. And Victoria toensing. We've got the complete set. Thousands of sealed indictments must be forthcoming. Hold on a second. I'm getting to have the dead video running. But are you telling me Jota genevois up there? Yeah. Joe is white. Yes, Joe. His wife Victoria. They've got I don't know if Lynn would I didn't see it. Linwood was there the Covington lawyer. They've got that Jen girl. woman I should say. Who's? Who's always on Tucker Carlson.
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  • It's the full set. Man. This is fantastic. It's history in the making on a show de
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  • force. Well, course you we will analyze you for the Sunday show. Oh, yeah. If there's anything to analyze, I think we have I certainly have most of the bits that they'll be talking about. At least the ones that that I think are of interest. Not sure. I mean, there's so many I mean
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  • there's a lot wrong
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  • wrong with the Did you hear about the the mob guys who possibly were working for the democrats for the for Biden, and they dropped off 300,000 ballots.
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  • March with a mob guys from Delaware? Yes, no, hold on a second. Philly. The guy's name is skinny Joe Merlino skinny Joe. so skinny. so skinny Joe apparently, was given 300,000 excess printed ballots by the by somebody in Philadelphia. And at night, when they needed some extra ballots.
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  • I guess they've been busy throughout the entire day, he had a he had a room full of people, guys goombahs marking these ballots for Biden with and this is what makes me think it might be true with Sharpies. And the reason why I like that part of the story that they mark them was shot. And by the way, no other no other downvote down ballot vote just just for Biden.
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  • And that's kind of that they didn't have time. Of course it didn't. Of course, if they had time, they'd be doing the down ballot. Right.
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  • But you remember, there was a controversy all of a sudden, like all they were handing out felt they've handing out Sharpies in line. And now I'm worried that I might have marked it incorrectly because Sharpie is not the right you know, you have to use a pen. Do you remember those pins? You remember those stories? Of course, yeah. So to me, that was right at the beginning. Well, what if what if they have these 300,000 ballots marked with a sharpie and they're like, holy crap, man, we can't have that. No one's marking it with a sharpie. Hey, go hand out Sharpies to everybody. So they so they aren't so obvious. Oh, that's a good one. Right.
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  • That's a great one. I like that could be true.
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  • I love this. I love it. That's gonna be so much fun. Well, should we do that in a little bit? Or do you would because it's actually well go back to the back to the switch due to COVID or moneymakers.
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  • Apparently I'm just going by their notes and the results
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  • of our COVID coverage that we go back to our normal coverage where we just deconstruct news stories, no talk about COVID it just bail out on us.
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  • Can I say I man we're just doing what we do which is you know, give the audience what it
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  • Once kind of I mean, we're doing deconstruction, but it's the
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  • to be honest about it. The COVID Story hasn't changed as we our first month or two of coverage. Only effect just everything's confirming everything we've said. Yeah, well, then I've got I've got the clip that came in recently, which I think is a good introductory clip. All right. Which is, which is this Dr. Hodgkins? Oh, yes, yes, you only have one, I broke it up into three bits. I have it into three bits, same tree, probably all right.
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  • This is this, okay, this background what this is, I have this credentials clip, you probably clip that one out. I have to I have the same clip. We did exactly the same damage. The first clip is the credentials plus a couple of pieces of information. The second clip is in branding. And the third tip is is just getting into specifics for but let's just say what's going on here. Supposedly, this could be bullcrap. By the way, it should be a great form of acting people could. I think this could be faked, but I don't think this I don't think this is this is the guy from the Barrington document, isn't it? No, no. He cites the Barrington guys beringian. Guy, I thought he signed on to that, okay, it could be wrong. But everyone's signed out, signed onto it, you can go to the Great Barrington website, and you can sign on to it yourself. Okay, so I'm sure you signed on to it, because there's like,
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  • over a half a million people and about 40 50,000 doctors, this is kind of like the global warming where they all signed down and they were sad doesn't mean anything. Right. So then media is covering it. But this is supposedly an advisory committee committee in Alberta, Edmonton specifically, where they're taking people. It's one of these meetings that Mimi's involved with this sort of thing up in Port Angeles, they have these, we're gonna take some some, the public's gonna have their input day. And so this guy jumped into the fray. It's gonna do nobody any good. And and he started off by condemning this whole situation that's going on worldwide. I'll say, Mr. Chairman, this is Dr. hawkinson. I just want to let you know.
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  • Okay, well, we would love to hear from you.
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  • Thank you very much. I do appreciate the opportunity to address you on this very important matter.
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  • What I'm going to say is lay language and blunt.
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  • Its counter narrative. And so you don't immediately think of a quack. I'm going to briefly outline my credentials so that you can understand where I'm coming from in terms of knowledge base in all this. I'm a medical specialist in pathology, which includes viral ology. I trained at Cambridge University in the UK, and the ex president of the pathology section of the Medical Association. I was previously an assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine doing a lot of teaching. I was the chairman of the roll College of Physicians of Canada examination committee in pathology in order. So most of the points, and currently the chairman of a biotechnology company in North Carolina selling the COVID-19 test. And I might you might say, I know a little bit about all this.
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  • The bottom line is simply this. There is utterly unfounded publication hysteria, driven by the media and politicians. It's outrageous. This is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.
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  • There is absolutely nothing that can be done to contain this virus. Other than protecting older, more vulnerable people. It should be sold as nothing more than a bad flu season. This is not Ebola. It's not
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  • in politics playing medicine, and that's a very dangerous game.
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  • Is he does he live in that? Can the navia be must I guess, hmm. Yeah. No, he had a bunch of jobs up there. But he also probably has a place in North Carolina Carolina search triangle where he's running.
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  • Yeah, he should probably not. privately, why is probably not used private aviation for travel. It's probably not a good idea.
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  • Yeah, just saying, I don't think it makes any difference at this point that the deals done and these guys are just blowing
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  • smoke shit into the wind. Yeah, that's true.
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  • He should he should start a podcast. He probably be more effective.
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  • Yeah.
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  • All right. So do we have ready to go to part two? Okay, I was I was waiting for your rating for your cue.
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  • To Here we go. There is no action of any kind needed other than what happened last year when we got on well, we stayed home with our chicken noodle soup. We didn't visit granny. And we decided when we would return to work. We didn't have anyone need anyone to tell us
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  • not
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  • totally useless. There is no evidence base for their effectiveness whatsoever. Paper mass and average NASA simply virtue signaling.
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  • And not even more effectively most of the time. It's utterly ridiculous, seeing these unfortunate uneducated people and not saying that in a purchases sense, seeing these people walking around like lemmings of being without any knowledge base to put the mask on their face.
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  • Social distancing is also useless discount because COVID is spread by aerosols with calcium meters or so before landing.
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  • And closures have had terrible unintended consequences. They should you everywhere should be open tomorrow, as was stated in the Great Barrington declaration that I circulated prior to this meeting.
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  • And a word on testing. I do want to emphasize that I'm in the business of test testing for COVID. I do want to emphasize the positive test results do not underline the neon mean a clinical infection, simply driving public hysteria, and all testing should stop. Unless you're presenting to hospital with some respiratory problems. All that should be done is to protect the vulnerable. And to give them all in the nursing homes that are under your control. Give them all three to 5000 international units of vitamin D every day, which is which has been shown to radically reduce the likelihood of infection.
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  • That's, that's our drug man. That's our drug of choice. Vitamin D.
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  • First guy who's actually
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  • three to five. I mean, you're you're a 50 kind of guy. If you're feeling sick, right, then you just lie on it. No, no, 10 I do it three to five is what people are using a day. Yeah. And not me. I i because my doctor gave me a he just take a mega dose once a while. And that's what I do. And so it's higher.
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  • Um, but I don't give these numbers. I'm not given a number because I'm not a doctor. I can't start recommending this, but this guy did. And that's probably that's our story. Bad process. We're sticking to it. Now. That's, that's our number. Um, I think that's what you do actually, already? Yeah, I do. Every day. You bet.
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  • Alright, clip three from Dr. hotsy hodkinson. And I would remind you all that using the provinces own statistics, the risk of death under 65, in this province, is one in 300,001. In 300,000, you've got to get a grip on this. The scale of the response that you're undertaking, with no evidence for it is utterly ridiculous, given the consequences of acting in a way that you're proposing, all kinds of suicides, business closures, funerals, weddings, etc, etc. It's simply outrageous, is just another bad flu. And you've got to get your mind around that. Let people make their own decisions. You should be totally out of the business of medicine. You've been led down the garden path by the Chief Medical Officer of health for this province. I absolutely outraged that this has reached this level. It should all stop tomorrow. Thank you very much. Well, thank you for that, again. Hopefully, layers of government are listening. We
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  • are we definitely appreciate everything you just had to say. Okay, so Okay, moving right along to the next slide.
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  • Okay, I'm going to play a clip Det. Hold on, hold on, I want to contrast this guy with the other side of the argument with three short very short clips, Scott Gottlieb, former and director of the Federal Food and Drug Administration.
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  • And he's already moved beyond this baby. He's on he's ready for the next one. We need to do much more to put in place better preparations for the future. If we're going to guard against the next pandemic and there will be a next pandemic, we always thought that the pandemic would be an influenza. The next one may well be a flu. Oh, oh, what did he just say the next pandemic would be a flu.
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  • No brother, there was a guy we had been Horowitz plays one of the Biden guys, some doctor of some sort, and he's going on and on about how we should just shut down the whole country for the four weeks. And then he did an economic analysis about what does that mean? How good that we recover? And his horror was put on an economist What the hell's he doing? Yeah, I want to play this. I said, I got three short clips. Just let me play this. No, I'm sorry. The problem is that this curve actually follows the clips I've played. Okay. All right, then do your clips but you have to turn your speaker's done. No, it's not clips as a string.
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  • single clip okay, but you have to turn your speaker's down because the clips are coming home man.
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  • Let me just move the mic. Okay. Yeah, you can you got to do something. Okay. Uh no the guy goes on and on. Our first guy goes on and on about. About this is the flu. It's a mild flu. It's a flu. It's just a kind of a bad flu season. You heard him Yeah.
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  • play this clip. This is the C o v. Weird nurses report from ABC. It's happening everywhere. This nurse in Nebraska exhausted we have I think they said 10 COVID units. And one of those is just a place for people to go and pass away. Unfortunately.
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  • Nurses outside Philadelphia walking off the job today saying they're not equipped to face this search in bettered El Paso where jail inmates are being deployed to load bodies into morgue trucks. Nurse Ashley Bartholomew quit when she reached a breaking point, wonderful patients comparing COVID to the flu and you just feel defeated. Am I making a difference anymore? Because I'm here. And here's this patient who's in the icy shoe is still
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  • clearly confused on how real COVID is.
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  • Okay, this woman does nurse quit. Because somebody is in the ICU says this is like a bad flu. And then she goes on and laments Am I making a difference is not a bad flu. This is something else. It's like she is not only she's not being a nurse, is she's a nurse, you go you go help the person you would think you don't listen to what they have to say about it, and then complain and quit because you didn't propagandize them enough? Oh, oh, you don't agree with me? Oh, well, then I quit my job. But what is it great, what is some patient have to do? What is the patient's opinion, which is probably a rightful opinion, if we just after we listen to the odd Dickinson guy, to write a righteous opinion if nothing else, what is it got to do with you doing your job as a nurse? Because she's not this is like saying, what Who did you vote for Trump? I quit. She didn't do her job. That's the problem. She did not do her job. Her job is? Well, Scott Gottlieb, former FDA Commissioner, Commissioner, I think
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  • he says exactly what the job is. And what they have been doing. They have been doing this, we're probably going to infect another 15% of the population over the next three months, we've already infected probably 15% of the US population. We did that over nine months. Over the next three months, we're likely to double the number of people who have been infected by this virus. Who is this we that he speaks of who are infecting everybody?
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  • He says we've infected we're probably going to infect another 15% of the population over the next three months. We've already infected probably 15% of these wave shooting people up with Yeah, well, that's that's the job guarantee affecting people. Yes, exactly.
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  • And if you didn't help infect people, if you didn't propagate the message, well, it's gonna end bad for you and your legacy chump will get asked by our kids and our grandkids What did you do to help? Whether it's helping someone who's lonely or somebody wellness, whether it's helping a nurse, whether it's just simply wearing a mask, you know, what was it that you did to help because it's been extraordinary time? And, you know, we've never had this kind of opportunity to save other people's lives, like we do now. And we all can be a part of it. Mm hmm. Sure. But is he talking about he's got a mask up slave you got a mask up you got a social distance you got to wash your hands. You got to shut up you know, don't ask questions, follow orders, follow orders. follow orders. Don't you understand orders.
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  • This is this is how the orders work. This is. Pritzker is Illinois. I believe Governor of Illinois is not Pritzker yet. Thanks so. Fine family Pritzker family, so they want everyone to stay home but don't call it a lockdown.
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  • This is not a stay at home order. The best way for us to
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  • avoid a stay at home border is to stay home right?
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  • It's not a stay at home order. Just stay home. You know the big scandal I hear by the way has been nothing but a problem for Gavin I have I have clips. Oh, play the clips. Okay, so you want to set it up and then I can play the game. So one of Gavin Gavin Newsome is, you know, he's a part of the system, the political families that run California, and it's a late comer and he's kind of a millennial.
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  • And most but if he's older
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  • x Gen, I'm sure
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  • nice enough guy but he's like a democrat and he toes the line and he's part of his in line to be president. Although apparently he's never gonna make it because a camela I think he's got to be killing himself. Yeah. Especially because, you know,
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  • she had a thing, because he gave me he would go so far to get us to move his political career ahead, but fucking Willie Brown is not one of them. So
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  • he,
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  • I'm sorry, I said that some guy got fired, by the way for sayings. So he's in Florida, some cop.
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  • So Gavin, he has one of his friends is his 50th birthday party. So he's gonna go have a party. So they're all you have a party, a birthday party, but they haven't. At the French Laundry.
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  • One of the most expensive restaurants in the world I've eaten there once I remember eating at the French Laundry, and they and they give you clothes, it was something about an ounce of something an ounce of I don't know, caviar or something they gave you and they put it on the scale. And the scale they put an ounce of gold on the other side to show that it was proper weight. Do You Do you know anything of this? I haven't seen that bit. I've been there once.
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  • They have a lot of crazy stuff they do they have a ray of salts, for example, for certain dishes, and you're supposed to use this salt for a minute and this so it's, it's a little over the top and pretentiousness and and what bothers me. And the reason I would frequent The place is that they have a an opportunity moment where you can make a reservation. And it has to be between 10 and 11 on the third Monday or something like that. It's just over the top. It's funny, and it's it is it's pretentious, and it appeals to a real weird set. And everything is priced to the Hilton mean wines in particular. But so he's gathered in a private one of the private rooms there with like, 20 people. Nobody's wearing a mask at any time, even when they're doing the cocktail part. But they do have to wear a mask supposedly in the dining establishment. And and No, that's not true. That's not true. According to the rules, you have to keep your mask on. And you can only lower it in between bites or sips. Well, I don't know if that's not true in California, at least that's what the governor's office says. Yeah. They they weren't social distancing under any circumstances. And of course, then they were what the real thing there was that they were having dinner at the French Laundry with a huge group of this is just the Democrats. I mean, they just like to party at the high end on the taxpayers dime. Oh, no, we pay for herself.
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  • So it's a scandal. And then somebody came out if you do a bunch of photos, I put one in the newsletter, a bunch of photos of him sitting there and people recognize them. And somebody said, who took the photos? they asked. The waitress said what is these that Gavin Newsome, y'all? Yeah.
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  • And so they took about five or six photos. You're supposed to take photos in places like this. And so they took some photos and it's a scandal? It's a scandal. scandalous because it's Do as I say, not as I do. And it which is what, especially the democrats do not put up with it. Republicans? Yeah, you can give a little on that. So I don't have to play the clips, because you pretty much explained it. But I let's just check on those mandatory guidelines for all private gatherings because we do have that clip from a few shows ago. First of all, no more than three households, including your own can gather. Okay, so he had definitely more than three households, including his own at the gathering. That's the big thing, three households, and that's the limit.
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  • The the host of the gathering has to collect basically the names and contact information of everybody who's there. Oh, this should be should be released. We should have that list. By the way, it wasn't like guys from the Medical Board of California, the people who actually are writing this advice or drafting this and probably in case that tracing needs to happen if somebody were to get sick, all gatherings have to be held outside. Okay, it was not outside. That's what he lives outside. He lied about it. He said, Oh, I'm sorry. It was outside. No, it was big glass windows but you weren't outside. Now you can go inside to use a bathroom. As long as that bathroom is frequently sanitized. You can like parks, open air parks, you can gather there but again, they're sticking with that three household rule. So you can't have other households join you there just because it's wide open space. It's got to be the three households go seating socially distance. Now. They were not they were shoulder to shoulder specifically six feet in every single day.
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  • No wait, was it six feet It was literally shoulder to shoulder at a round table or oval table action. You're gonna serve food all food has to be served in single serve disposable dishes.
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  • At the French Laundry, did you see any disposable dishes or plastic flatware? I think we saw that you gotta wear a mask at all time and lead times unless you're eating. We're all used to that by now. You can only gather for a maximum of two hours though one of the other restrictions.
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  • discouraged but if you must sing, you must wear a mask and sing below. Speaking.
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  • guideline has really got a lot of people talking.
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  • And it's illegal to duck so use these again.
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  • Oh man, it's too delicious to believe.
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  • It's just fantastic.
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  • Well, he's got a lot of splaining Oh, no, please. No one holds these people to account. Yeah, sure. The local news blah, blah, blah. That's gone today. No one will talk about that. It's all going to be about the nutjob Giuliani
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  • thousands of sealed indictments from digenova. Sidney Powell, why is she throwing her career away on this, and it all doesn't matter.
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  • We got great vaccine news. Very, very excited to talk about the vaccines because man this is it's just it's unbelievable. Although, according to hair Fauci, you shouldn't get too excited about vaccines once somebody has been immunized for I guess for Pfizer, it's two doses. I'm not sure what it is for Madonna or the other vaccines coming down the pike. But once it's once the process is complete, does that mean they can take off their masks, they don't have to social distance, they can just go about their lives as before, you know, I would recommend that that's not the case, I would recommend you have an added area of protection. Obviously, with a 9% effective vaccine, you could feel much more confident. But I would recommend to people to not abandon all public health measures just because you've been vaccinated because even though for the general population, it might be 90 to 95% effective, you don't necessarily know for you how effective it is. So when I get vaccinated, which I hope to when when it becomes my turn to get vaccinated, I'm not going to abandon completely public health measures, I could feel more relaxed, and essentially not having the stringency of it that we have right now. But I think abandoning it completely would not be a good idea because five to 10 of the people that get immunized, it will not be effective for so they might actually get the virus if they just completely let down their guard. Okay, that's interesting. Now, he's, he's, it's kind of a half truth that's taking place here.
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  • And this is something that is not being explained properly. What is going to come down to is, you got to wear your mask just in case you Yes, we all have vaccines, you got to wear your mask, because it's just you got to wear your mask, just shut up and wear your mask. RFK Jr, explains exactly why this vaccine will not be effective enough.
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  • To remove all safeguards. Everybody wants a vaccine. So we can restart the economy. The big problem with this vaccine, there's two problems. One is it does not prevent transmission. That means I can get the vaccine, and then I get exposed to COVID. I still give COVID to you and everybody on the airplane. You just don't experience it. I don't experience it. But it makes it even more dangerous. Because normally you know you have it. If I I'd stay home and I wouldn't infect buddy, but if I'm feeling like a million bucks. Yeah. And I'm still I become a super spreader like, you know, typhoid Mary. Oh, yeah. See, this is subtle, this this mRNA vaccine is subtle, because you still can pass this on, it's just that your immune system will reject it, because it will be trained by the mRNA. The M stands for messenger because this RNA virus is going to give your DNA instructions on what to look for when the SARS cov two virus comes into your system. So we'll never in this in this explanation with this vaccine. We're never going to be rid of it and never going to be rid of the masks and all other crap that they will bestow upon us. So well hold on.
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  • Well, there's a there's a lot we know that the Pfizer vaccine is of this nature. We only know that Madonna is so yeah, thank you, you walk right into my trap.
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  • If you
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  • Take a look The everyone's celebrating Pfizer. But there's two companies who announced this at the same time because they're working together, Pfizer and biontech, bi o and T ch from Germany. And no one is talking about buying tech, except a no agenda show because we're going to dive into it a little bit biown tech are the actual is the actual company that has developed this process of the mRNA, the messaging RNA that is then supposed to give instructions to your DNA. moderna is the equivalent of that, just a different company. And they seem to be a scam.
  • 30:43
  • But okay, that's the one that everyone put their money into. But this buying tech, here's what's interesting. So Pfizer came out and they said, Hey, we're, we're 90% effective. And then I think it was, Madonna came out said, oh, we're 94.5% effective. And then Pfizer came back and said, Nope, up, up, up, up, we just check, we're actually 95% effective.
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  • So this small company located in Germany started by to the Turkish couple, which went public with an ADR on NASDAQ. Last year, it came out at just under $20. Now, as you can imagine, well above 20. So that's always fun. When you see those things happening and public offering before the whole thing was even known. That's just one of those things, I guess. They
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  • they are developing this system.
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  • And Pfizer is just their manufacturing distribution partner and obviously marketing partner.
  • 31:45
  • Pfizer does the Viagra and author stuff. This bio in tech, they're actually not a flu vaccine or COVID vaccine company. They are a cancer company. And Bill Gates, the Gates Foundation, of course invested heavily in them a year ago, pre IPO, it's also beautiful, they have nothing in their in their standard materials about viruses, they are in the business of personalized medicine, with these mRNA. So whatever your ailment is. So let's say you have
  • 32:22
  • Parkinson's in your family or dementia, then they will devise a vaccine with an mRNA instruction set just for you. Thank you, 23 and me for helping you get that move this along. And they will then heal you with that. I I took a little bit of their promo video and then I'll tell you who else they're working with.
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  • asked ourselves the fundamental question, is Every patient's two most unique? Why do we treat for patients the same?
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  • Imagine a tailor cancer therapy for every individually cancer patient, a therapy that is tailored to the individual make up of the patients to
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  • an imagine that such a treatment can be provided in a timely and cost efficient way.
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  • I am because that is what we do at biontech. Every day,
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  • we are pioneering a completely new, individualized patient centric treatment approach, which has the potential to transform the way how cancer is treated, we see a huge potential in leveraging the immense power of the patient's immune system for scientific and technological approach is based on three pillars. First, we have to identify the molecular characteristics of the patients to second, we have to develop immunotherapies to precisely instruct the patient's immune system to attack tumor cells. And third, we have to ensure that the patient receives the individualized
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  • yet biontech understand that every cancer patient is unique. So these guys are way way different than some kind of vaccine company. They are what we read about years ago in the JP Morgan vaccination, financial conference papers. This is the end goal is and you've heard it many times personalized medicine. So somehow they get drafted into this somehow just before an IPO. Gates gets into it. Now they're chosen. They haven't just made this for Pfizer, ah, they're also delivering this to the entire European Union. And by the way, their their so called Mr. mRNA vaccine is called the bn t 162. And they are also delivering it to China.
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  • It's the same damn people, the same people in the same roles doing the same thing.
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  • not really doing anything that is going to be of any use because it won't stop spread. It won't eradicate anything. It's, I think, medically probably impossible to eradicate a flu like virus. It's been tried before. And God knows, God knows what kind of instructions go into this.
  • 35:21
  • I mean, it literally instructs your DNA to behave in a certain way. Based upon something.
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  • This cannot be good.
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  • Oh, well, it could. What it could be a huge breakthrough in medical science. But Gee, I mean, it just seems unlikely with these players.
  • 35:46
  • A bunch of guys looking at to make quick buck. Well, they made their quick bucks, everybody made a killing on the stock if they got it, especially the Gates Foundation. Oh, and you know, that's how they like to roll.
  • 36:01
  • So they have a research pipeline, which includes Zika.
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  • They're gonna go for it all, all of it.
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  • That is, if we're willing to take it. And remember, Professor Michael osterholm. You may not remember that name. When I went on Joe Rogan show in March, he was the guy who came and was did a show right after me with Joe. And this was this guy was spelling doom and gloom, 2 million people are going to die. This is really serious. And I think that would that that actual that one Joe Rogan apparent appearance by all star home was probably responsible for a big push in, in the fear mongering.
  • 36:47
  • Now this was early on, and he had all the numbers and he was, oh, he's he's the guy that's gonna tell us we haven't seen much of him. But now he's back. Remember, a vaccine is nothing until it becomes a vaccination. And right now we're in this whole time to figure out how to get these vaccines delivered. We have no program right now coming out of the federal government to convince the average citizen, they want the vaccine. We have many ways of convincing you.
  • 37:11
  • What What do you say? Yes, we have no, there's no plan coming out of the federal government to convince people to take this vaccine. Yeah, I disagree. I think there's some right i think there's lots of ways people are going to try and get people to take the vaccine, one of them. And this is this is a critical, crazy clip.
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  • This is something I had no idea what's going on.
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  • Marco
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  • arment, you probably don't know who he is. He is the developer of the overcast podcast app, which I still use, even though it's not podcast, 2.0 compliant, I still use it. And it has features that I like.
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  • Marco
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  • has a very popular podcast, a tech podcast called ATP, the above tech podcast, and sometimes we'll talk about podcasting. But it's you know a lot about Mac and about, you know, and he's very liberal. Even though he has his own system, his own index when Apple
  • 38:18
  • d platformed. Alex Jones, he just did it because he felt that whatever. And if you ask him enough about a certain podcast, he'll take it off because he just wants to satisfy his customers, whatever that means. But he said something on his most recent podcast which I had not considered and it saddened me to no end
  • 38:39
  • about liberals and Coronavirus. Listen to this. And embarrassing
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  • certainly to be a liberal person who thinks they're responsible and to get COVID there's some degree of shame in it, and embarrassment.
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  • Can you believe that?
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  • liberals feel ashamed if they get I believe this is true. This is so he's a shame because that means that he somehow didn't have a didn't have a diaper tight enough on his face. And you know, somehow something slipped through. Is that really what is going on? I believe this is true. I'm going to tell you why. Okay. My son, buzzkill, Jr, and his wife. Mm hmm. They both had COVID. Yeah. But they continue acting in their social sphere as if they've never had it.
  • 39:33
  • Right height mass don't want to go outside. All these things. They had it. And now the more recent information, which came out, I think, over the last week is that if you've ever had it, you you're immune for at least eight months, because as long as they can track anything, but they all go with it. And there's a number of articles I may write about this number of articles out there, Web MD has one if you got COVID once you could get it again, you
  • 40:00
  • Yeah. And so this is what they're using as the excuse.
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  • What do you use? I know they've had it. I don't think anyone else does. And they say, Oh, well, you know, you can get it again. Really? You can get it against I looked it up. Yeah, they Oh,
  • 40:13
  • Hong Kong supposedly got it again. And for people in all of Europe, apparently, even though this is not purely verifiable, got it again. But the reality you can't get it again, that I don't understand the embarrassment. Why is he embarrassed forgetting COVID?
  • 40:32
  • They didn't follow the rules they did. I don't know your friend right there who you know better than most people, I'm sure. What's his reason? I don't know him. I listened to his podcast. I don't know. Here's another thing. By the way. What is you you made a comment which I have to comment on myself. Which is that you said that this gal takes things out of his index to satisfies customers.
  • 40:55
  • Is it right for you said, Yeah, how does that satisfy a customer? If I don't want to use or listen to a podcast? I just don't listen to it. Why does it have to be removed from an index to satisfy anybody? because well, because they pay him a subscription fee to use this app. And he's afraid that if he doesn't do that, they will stop using his app.
  • 41:19
  • That's why
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  • why would anyone do that? Why would anyone stop using your app? Because you didn't take something off your app and make it less useful? Well, maybe you should listen to this podcast called the no agenda show where they kind of discuss that ad nauseum.
  • 41:36
  • Why people virtue signal? Uh, yeah.
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  • I just found I found it incredibly sad that you'd be ashamed. Oh, I got COVID. I didn't follow the rules well enough. This is going too far.
  • 41:52
  • Well, we both know somebody who won't admit to having had it.
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  • Yeah, for professional reasons. I can understand possibly, but maybe that Yeah. Yeah. Yes. True.
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  • I don't consider that person they hardcore liberal. I consider that person someone who just didn't want i maybes a bit closet liberal.
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  • And somehow that wouldn't surprise me either.
  • 42:18
  • Anyway,
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  • that is pathetic. It's very sad. This is the politics eight this what is this doctor said in that Edmonton conference? Yeah. Phone conference. Yeah. This is Paul at the politicization of political because of
  • 42:37
  • politicization. politicization of medicine. You can't do that. Oh, yeah, apparently you can. Yeah, yeah, one of my thing and talking about this so easy.
  • 42:50
  • So we've got the next phase, how are we going to convince everybody to get the vaccine? Well, that's not going to be very hard, you're going to have to prove that you had it or that you were tested appropriately and or negative. But I think it would be much easier just to say, you need proof that you've had the that you've been vaccinated and a date.
  • 43:10
  • And that is going to happen. And it will happen through any multitude of apps.
  • 43:17
  • That will, that will bind you to the information then it will be known what you have, yeah, this, this is where you and I disagree completely.
  • 43:27
  • First of all, it's a violation of your rights as a person to have to reveal your medical information. And it's illegal as a matter of fact, to have your medical
  • 43:37
  • domain. Yes, you see your misunderstanding how it's going to be done. And I will mention something else, which you don't want to acknowledge. If I don't want to acknowledge what you are saying you don't want to acknowledge this one thing, people will flock to get this vaccination, I say my a flock to get the swine flu vaccination, which was, you know, in the previous iteration killed a bunch of people. And every time you bring in the 70s, every time you bring this up, I say, I totally agree, they will be around the block, what are you talking about, but that doesn't matter. They are going to be around the block. And there's going to be 50% of the country that will not be around the block. And these are the problems and they're going to be shamed, and they're going to be controlled, and it's going to be done with apps. And to give you an example of what's coming. You mentioned your
  • 44:29
  • you mentioned your medical information. There's been a lot of HIPAA waivers. And once you put your medical information into an app under so called your control gets a lot easier for you to share it with people once you share it with someone. HIPAA no longer applies. Here's the United Nations with their brand new app. You're gonna love this. This is the future of the world. digital transformation is changing the way we manage our data, our information, our interactions, and our identities online.
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  • The United Nations is ready to digitally transform how it deals with identity for the system to streamline information sharing daily workflows, access to platforms and buildings, operating across agencies by providing its personnel with a universal system wide identity solution. Introducing the UN digital ID unique and digital identity for un ties now, from the day you join, to the day you park, all of your personal pages actually just just listen to this as from the day you're born till the day you die, the way they say it is from the day you arrive to the day you depart the United Nations. But this is a cradle to grave system Did you think the UN digital ID a unique and digital identity for un personnel from the day you join, to the day you park, all of your personal HR, medical travel security, payroll and pension data in the palm of your hand, giving you full control on what you share and with whom, with blockchain and biometrics
  • 46:00
  • makes verification efficient, secure, transparent, immutable, portable and universal. It's been piloted by different agencies and the UN pension fund, where they replaced current manual processes with certainty for who and where pension recipients say they are at any given time. Imagine original field offices just joined the UN, she uses the mobile app to obtain a digital wallet stored securely in a smartphone and only accessible to her with biometrics. Even better than a physical wallet, she can store all her credentials issued by any un organization in her digital wallet. She has immediate access to course certificates, travel clearances, from un DSS medical records from allergies to vaccinations, also making any transfer to another organization a breeze. As innovation transforms the world we can improve the way we manage our identities online, un digital IDs, a building block for digital cooperation, unlocking the promise of the SDGs it's gonna be a great world and you're gonna hear that music all day long. Nightmare, just like anyone who's even takes this seriously has to be have their head examined what's being implemented, and nightmare. Hacking possibility. It's gonna be a fantastic world. And another thing 23andme is now co marketing with some testers. It I don't have any audio examples. But how long before 23 in me says, Oh, yeah, we've noticed that anyone with this particular sequence, can they really need to get a vaccine, or they need to get a special vaccine or they've had Yeah, something with that. Brett does breast genes you know, they get people to freak out the bracha gene. Yeah, Angelina Jolie had a voluntary Miss. There's there's others. Yeah.
  • 47:51
  • Here's Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, explaining their app is very excited. And so today, Dr. Levine and I are proud to announce the launch of a mobile app COVID-19 alert PA, which is a mobile app that you can use to fight the covid 19 virus, you can use it to fight the virus john, this is a this is a weapon, you can use it to fight us to fight the COVID-19 virus every day, Hey, you got to stop clicking your pen because it triggers sorry, makes me nervous used to fight the covid 19 virus every day. It's an app that uses Bluetooth technology to help identify individuals who may have been close in close contact with somebody else who tested positive for the covid 19 virus.
  • 48:40
  • Unlike traditional contact tracing, however, it does not require you to know the person you might have come in contact with. Now, if two people who have this app on their phones come in close contact with one another, say on a bus.
  • 48:56
  • restaurant, we're in a store. And one of these people later test positive for COVID-19. contact the Department of Health, this app will be able to anonymously anonymously notify the other person of their potential exposure. So he did this and this is your typical low Bluetooth low energy or Bluetooth Low Energy app. And yeah, I'm sure it's all totally secure. No one knows anything but you and then one of the one of the journalists had the audacity to ask the governor. Exactly. You know how it works. Well, this was a mistake.
  • 49:32
  • How the app works when it comes to the Bluetooth like, does the Bluetooth connect to the other phones around it? How are they tracking without tracking location? Are you doing this just to trap me into something? I'm not a technical person?
  • 49:45
  • All I know is is that that you download it from from the App Store. It uses Bluetooth technology technology basically allows you to know if you're in close proximity with somebody who might have
  • 50:00
  • in proximity to somebody who has the disease, but it does not tell you who it is, if you had a GPS system, that system could presumably come back and say, well, you were here, and you were there. And that's where it happens. So now we know a little more about that the two of you, this doesn't have this just tells you that at some point, you better contact with somebody said they were in contact with somebody who had it, you might want to call the Department of Health and find out what to do next. Yeah, what are the chances of that not working when you turn off your location services? And by the way, no, yes. You know, this guy. Does he know that almost every smartphone in the world? In fact, I don't know of any that don't have GPS built in. Yeah, he's saying that he knew what to do with these phones even work? No, clearly he does he know a difference between Bluetooth how far it can go where it can't go, what it can do, what it can't do. And how can you How is it possible to keep anything anonymous when they all have their own special codes in the headers? Oh, do they? He has it does he have any of this is just gonna blab lab lab lab. Yeah, it's just ludicrous.
  • 51:05
  • Yeah, it is. Man. I gotta tell you, I I could not be
  • 51:11
  • with a better group of people than in these past nine months and Gitmo nation.
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  • Yeah. Who else can we talk about? There's nowhere else we can talk about this. in public. This is the only place this is the only place where people will listen to some sanity. Everyone else has gone nuts. And given up, just given up on everything they've given up. They've given up next door neighbors, the two doctors who are like sequestered, yes, you're slammed in there, you know, they're afraid to go outside. And if they do anything, and they're all in a very strong Democrats, and they freaked out when I said I think Trump's going to be a good president. That was the best time That's the last time you saw him. I bet. Yeah. And so they're out there, you know, watching the sunset, just rarely, which they rarely do anymore. And the porch, and I said, I can talk to him from a distance from my driveway. Yeah. And I see they're going on about something or other I'm GM coming and going. And, and she says, this virus now just a couple days ago, she says to me, it's expanding exponentially. Oh, really, with a logarithmic scale. This is fabulous. So I'm, I was gonna ask her if she's a she's a doctor. She's a well educated person.
  • 52:30
  • I was gonna ask you, do you Greg, really exponentially? Do you know what that what that actually means? Do you know what the word exponentially means? Did you look it up? I would have done all those things in a normal world. But I said Oh, yeah. If I nothing. You get nothing out of me. Oh, yeah.
  • 52:53
  • As predicted,
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  • as predicted, what did I say about the mink?
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  • About the What about the mink? the calling of the mink worldwide? The mink? Yeah, the mink. I said that. I said they're coming for your pets.
  • 53:10
  • And what do we see? If you have a dog? You had a 78% higher chance of contracting COVID then non dog owners? They're coming for your pets? No, you're left out part of the information? No is if you walk your dog. Ah, there's the part you left out. I'm sorry. I'm correct myself immediately. If you walk your dog, you have a 78% higher chance, which I think is complete horseshit. You think but it's an official study. So it's official.
  • 53:46
  • They're coming for your pets. You watch there's going to be pet vaccines.
  • 53:51
  • Yes, there's going to be a COVID pet vaxjo pet vaccine. That's a moneymaker. It's coming. It's anything under the done. Nobody cares. It's all coming in. Just wait for it.
  • 54:03
  • Um,
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  • the commission with that story. Look at this story. She says 70 and I look at this study this study some bogus study somebody dreamed up is bullcrap. But I said, Well think of the good news. It says you're a dog walker. They're gonna have to have professional dog walkers because it specifically says people who walk their dogs. They don't want people out of the house. So
  • 54:29
  • if this is true, then don't you have a 78% higher chance of contracting COVID catching COVID if you just walk outside in general, even with a mask? I don't understand the logic of this. Oh, no, no, no, you're missing the whole point to the nasty little COVID guys. They're floating around as an aerosol they land on the dogs for and then you Britain then you walk the dog into the house and the dog is covered with these things. Oh man. Doggy shampoo. Fleas doggy shampoo, we got special COVID doggy shampoo.
  • 55:00
  • Boom, there's all kinds of products. You By the way, exit strategies right here. You nailed it. Hi, I'm Adam Curry. I used to hate dogs until I found the love of my pooch with the new COVID shampoo.
  • 55:16
  • I could sell it maybe just a Willem de vein but he could sell it
  • 55:21
  • out quick enough COVID shampoo for dogs would be a huge moneymaker and throw in just say include CBD if we just say that it'll sound cool. Include CBD. Oh, yes, good, good.
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  • Dogs coat
  • 55:39
  • Meanwhile, that we have the COVID generation and we will be talking about Gen Z later on. And I think the
  • 55:47
  • although I heard there were some presentations, business presentations in Finland, who speak of the COVID generation as generation alpha, which I thought was interesting. And that could make sense if everyone's expecting a great reset. Now you reset Oh, you got to reset you got to actually fits right into this thing. Perfect. So it could be Gen alpha, but we'll just call Gen COVID. For now.
  • 56:13
  • They are really getting screwed down particularly with with schooling at schools are shut down. In many states across the United States. Once again, I we got a note from a teacher
  • 56:27
  • at New York City School teacher. Now I want to share this, as she's a parent and also a teacher in the suburbs of New York City. So how much school is open here varies from district to district, this district where my kids attend all kids have gone back five days a week, but plexiglass cages have been installed on the desks and children must wear masks at all time.
  • 56:51
  • plexi glass cages my son 11 years old has been yelled at many times because he is taking too many mask breaks, which they are allowed to do. They also have shortened periods considerably so that students have time to switch classes walking single file in one direction only in the hallways.
  • 57:13
  • My daughter has a biology teacher who wears gloves, goggles and a mask daily who refuses to close the windows and tells the kids to bring a parka.
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  • We're laughing as a full time Yes, because it's hilarious.
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  • Yeah, but our teacher is in dire straits. As a full time high school teacher myself, I wish this woman would have taken a year's leave so she could be crazy at home instead of in my daughter's classroom. All of the schools will shut down for one day at least if one case is reported among kids or staff performing arts and sports, which we paid dearly for in the last budget that do not exist. And we don't even get to question where the money went. At the large public high school where I work in a different district things are even crazier. We have only half of the kids back. They're on a hybrid schedule where half the student body attends one day and the other half the next. There's also a third group of students who are all remote learning by choice as teachers. We must teach the kids in the room as well as hold a full Google meet for kids at home and teach everyone at the same time. But you can imagine how that goes last month a few cases cropped up amongst bus drivers. The entire transportation department had to quarantine for two weeks, according to New York Public Health that shut down our busing so our ridiculous Superintendent decided to shut the entire district down for two weeks. When parents rightly argued they would drive their kids to school or get them to walk or bike and asked her to please keep the buildings open. She replied that she could not do so because of equity because she felt certain kids could not get a ride to school. Oh.
  • 58:50
  • She had to prevent everyone from going to school. Meanwhile, we are completely prepared and equipped to remote teach and could have easily accommodated those kids but she closed four elementary school's one Middle School of 1200 kids and one high school 1200 kids for two weeks after they'd been closed from March through June. And this goes on and and it gets sad which is that Adam I wear my mask all day I wear glasses so it's exceedingly difficult. Yes. As a spectacle wear outside of the house. It is very dry. You have this too I believe john you are you wear glasses outside? No, no I wear reading glasses okay now, but when you put them on if you have a mask on because sometimes you go to the store I have to put the reading that's under read the back of the label and make sure there's no high fructose corn syrup. Not being that nutty.
  • 59:40
  • But put the glasses on they fog up immediately. Which brings me back to the point. These masks don't do jack if the air is shooting up by the by the glasses and out the sides. These masks are a joke. Of course they are you saw the study the study from Denmark.
  • 59:58
  • The claims they're completely innocent.
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  • Or at least that's the extrapolated result that I've read everywhere. Now I now I will say one thing about the mess that makes them okay.
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  • If you sneeze or cough it does catch them. Of course gobbly goo that would be coming out into the air. Well, this is another thing I've been in the supermarket and I had to sneeze
  • 1:00:23
  • and you get into the situation where first night if you if I'm allowed sneezer, I can't say that one of those stifle guys. So I had to rip the mask off grab my my paper handkerchief not into it. But
  • 1:00:39
  • man, you should have seen them scatter at Whole Foods. It was glorious.
  • 1:00:43
  • That they did, I would.
  • 1:00:47
  • But I didn't want to get the goop on the inside of the mask that would have been bad. This of course. Okay, this of course is all leading to some obvious,
  • 1:00:57
  • obvious
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  • end goals. As we are now starting to shift from the COVID-19 to what could possibly be a 12 week it's the great reset. So we're going to use this to usher in the next
  • 1:01:19
  • phase of staying at home as being cautious being mindful to save everybody you know you could kill somebody could be your fault. And this is a witness by the World Economic Forum who have had the great reset podcast for quite a while now. It's you should subscribe to it. The episodes are 2025 minutes is great. You get all the all the douchebags in one handy little bite size nuggets, you can listen to how they're going to ruin everyone's life, likely for their own benefit. And they just released a new podcast.
  • 1:01:58
  • What do you think this podcast is all about? Let us have a listen to the New World Economic Forum podcast now available on podcast apps anywhere Our house is still on fire. This is thermopolis This is
  • 1:02:13
  • this is the Battle of the Bulge we have to rise to this occasion. The transition isn't going to be easy.
  • 1:02:24
  • Welcome to house on fire, a new podcast from the World Economic Forum that brings you closer to the innovators all over the world who are tackling the climate crisis helping us avert environmental catastrophe and keep our planet habitable. I'm Kara Kelly. I'm James braid sort of reporter sidekick. Chiara asked the questions. I go and find the answers. We'll try to this week in our first episode, the question is this. How can we stop destroying nature. And this is worth listening to this podcast because they have transformed the climate change global warming conversation to one of nature. And that we are not friendly to nature. And we have to learn how to live with nature. And they don't talk about greenhouse gases or co2 necessarily. They talk about pollution, and all the stuff that we kind of grew up with as kids, you know, I don't litter, you know, let's get get all the smoke out of the air. And now they're equating that to this death event, which will start in 2030. And we have to hurry up and be very, very afraid. It's it's afraid of what if dying, this is what every child in school today knows that they will probably not see their old age because climate change is going to kill them. And republicans don't want to do anything about it. This is what every school child is taught. We know this, we know that I think you've summarized the whole problem right there. And before we get to that, we will have one more, one more pandemic. And that and that will be possibly even before the inauguration date in the United States of the 46th President, that it's coming very soon. And I know this because Klaus Schwab, the white pussy stroking, evil dictator of the World Economic Forum, who has the voice and the image to match said so we all know
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  • to pay insufficient attention to their frightening scenario for comprehensive cyber attack, which would bring to a complete halt into the power supply, transportations, hospital services, our society as a whole. The COVID-19 pises would be seen as disrespect as a small disturbance in comparison to a major
  • 1:05:00
  • cyber attack, to use the COVID-19 prizes as a timely opportunity to reflect on the lessons the cybersecurity community can draw and improve our preparedness for potential cyber pandemic. Here you go, cyber pandemic, everybody doesn't get any better than that. The COVID-19 will be nothing compared to the US comic strip blog, all of a sudden, this
  • 1:05:37
  • cold site 19 will be nothing compared to the cyber pandemic.
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  • They're planning hell's he talking about that? This is that we're gonna get hacked and power and banking systems will go down and we might as well be prepared for it. Because it is coming. The cyber pandemic is coming.
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  • is happening in and how's it a pandemic? Let's look up what?
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  • It's because it will be a worldwide power. I think a worldwide internet outage is probably what they're going for. I don't know if I define I don't know if I don't know if it can be. You have no, no idea what you're suggesting, dear sir. It's the internet. If the internet went down, I think we die. I think the world dies.
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  • Do you know how much crap is connected to the internet that we actually depend on? Well, I've been advocating against it's forever. It's I know, you've always been saying we need to turn it off. This is no good for humanity. I've said it for since about 1990. I think you're right. But nobody's listening. No. I mean, if it wasn't for the internet, we couldn't do this show. Wait a minute.
  • 1:06:54
  • Wait a minute, we have shortwave radio. Yes. Now you're talking shall be just as good on VHF through a repeater. Maybe a little delay might be some late latency but I'm sure that we can be resolved.
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  • Sure, when the apocalypse comes where the guys who are gone to save the world, right? Well, I'm ready for it. I'm ready for it. You're ready for it? Although you probably won't get very far with your two meter band once the solar panels run out. My license? Yeah, reminds me Oh, geez. I gotta read my license. No, it's good for 10 years you haven't had that thing? 10 years have you? Yep. Really? Crap the nonprofit How long have I had it? I haven't had it for 10 years I've had it for no you haven't had as long as me No, I that's in 2015. No, I have had it. I gotta check it out.
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  • That's a good point.
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  • Okay, let me see.
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  • Main mains rise and COVID-19 cases data shows prolong facemask use increases risk of catching respiratory illness please ignore.
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  • from Ireland survey says even the military and forced quarantine can't stop the virus. Okay. COVID-19 South Australia Adelaide shuts down for six days immediate lockdown. Baby. It is just I got a couple of CBS reports that talk about this. All right, let's do this. Let's do it. cov ny v which I think is NYC report from CBS or as you mentioned, New York City public schools has canceled all in person classes beginning tomorrow. That's after the city has reached a 3% positivity. Now you remember it was just eight weeks ago that public schools here reopened today, students received a less than 24 hour notice about tomorrow's closing as you can imagine leaving working parents in an incredibly tough spot.
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  • A painful about face for New York City. We do need to close our schools for the coming days. No one is happy about this decision. New York City was the first major city to reopen schools this fall. And the decision to close is not sitting well with the parents of the nearly 300,000 children affected school is closing tomorrow.
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  • For an undetermined amount of time.
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  • muga yapi has a first grader it's really disappointing for parents who are constantly scrambling. Every day It feels like we're waiting for the shoe to drop.
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  • Adding to the confusion bars, restaurants and gyms will all remain open. It was a bitter pill to swallow on a day when one of the leading vaccines got a huge boost.
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  • Gosh
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  • Hey, this just in you know i kayo ICAO, that's the
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  • technical advisory group for
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  • for aviation. They you know this is yeah ik identifiers for each airport, etc. Sure. So
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  • They have now listed specifications for the first DTC digital travel credential, and they will be basing it on the United Nations digital ID that we just heard about. Yay. We'll get in line boy.
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  • Yay. Super excited about that. Huh? Okay, here's another clip from CBS. This is the dire closings clip. Can while closing schools might be one of the largest indications of just how dire the crisis is becoming. It is far from the most devastating as we come on the air coronavirus has now killed more than 250,000 Americans. Tonight a record shattering 76,000 more Americans are hospitalized because of it. And one out of every five hospitals now says there aren't enough doctors or nurses to keep fighting the daily onslaught of new cases. There is some big news on the vaccine front tonight and it is good news. The drug maker Pfizer says new data shows its vaccine is actually 95% effective. That's even better than when it was first announced last week. Pfizer now says it is days away from seeking emergency approval from the FDA to start giving the shot. It's gonna be a lot of fun to see this operation. What is it called the
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  • warp speed. Yeah, I have a question to ask you. Mm hmm.
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  • They announced this vaccine last week. Yeah. And it was 94% effective. Yeah. How in one week did that number change?
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  • Why Why? What happened? Did they do another duel? Here's where the study week there's no explanation. I've looked myself this is just to do over they came out with that's the way they played it was they got new, updated information. That's how I got bio in tech. They all know we got new information from bio and tech and it's now 95%. They went from 90. And then it was so it was a Johnson Johnson came 92
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  • this is like a modern, I think you're not at 9094.
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  • Pfizer came out at 94 then Madonna came at 94.8 whatever it is, and then Pfizer. kalen 95. Yeah, this is bullcrap. Yeah. Yeah, it is. But that's shouldn't surprise you.
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  • I don't think I have a I hate to pull a clip from this guy.
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  • Because I like his material. But it's not. It's just another podcast. I mean, it's like pulling clip by from you know, your next door neighbor. I'm Paul J. Watson.
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  • Joe, he had me on the podcast. Joseph Paul Watson. Yeah, yeah.
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  • Paul Jay. Paul. Jay. His name is now Paul. Jay from no one got it. Uh, he had another podcaster on the show. This guy deling poll. Oh, yeah, we played we played a clip from deling poll not too long ago didn't wait. Yeah, this is this, I think is a different clip. I can be wrong. Okay. But But before we play that clip, I do have one clip, which I think refers back to our original clips about the guy in Edmonton bitching and moaning about this hysteria.
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  • And this is a clip that just was kind of out of the blue and I thought it was it'd be worth playing because I don't kind of remember but I don't remember but I still think it was maybe we talked about it. This is a cough Paul J. Watson noticed his odd survey clip very short. But then you had another survey, which I've talked about many times it didn't get much press attention. They did a survey in numerous major Western countries and in the UK, and this was mirrored throughout the Western world. They they found that the average bread This is the average bread. So 5 million people in the UK alone her died from Coronavirus now the actual figure, and that includes the people with comorbidities, who would have unfortunately died anyway, in the weeks or months that follow. The actual figure is 50,000. So what does it say about the power of media hysteria? Because that's the only thing I can imagine it's based on. The Brits literally think 100 times more people have died from COVID-19. Than is actually the case.
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  • Yeah, that doesn't surprise me at all. Why? It doesn't surprise me at all. No, it doesn't surprise me either. And but it's like one of these servers that came out and then the media looks and goes, oops, let's back don't discuss this right. Ah, quiet. Well, they're too busy. You know, Boris Johnson announced his 10 point green plan for 250,000 jobs. Although I've noticed something about these green new deals. Maybe you've picked up on this. They're talking more about hydrogen than ever before. Oh, they've hatched. Yes, yes. They've started ramping up.
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  • Hydrogen again. I have no idea. But I so I've seen a lot of stories, especially about the hydrogen powered car. Yes.
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  • I was I was trending on that years ago.
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  • This was a remember. Oh, yeah. I will I had you got what you had it from a different perspective. But I actually gone out when the hydrogen powered cars were really being promoted, which is probably about 10 years ago, there was everyone had built one. Yeah, they had run for it. Yeah. And I went to the test track and got to drive all of them. However, they
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  • they make a whining sound when you punch it. They all do it because they all use the same fuel cell. Hmm. And so when you punch it, I mean, they're they're fine. They drive like a normal car. You wouldn't have any you wouldn't notice any difference the acceleration rate is a little different and not not horrible. It but it means that they do accelerate, but it celebrates a little bit like a turbo kind of like accelerates faster, right? Probably probably probably had a turbo exponentially. Yes. And so but but when you drive it around and you have floor it, it's just test driving you always know not you floor it. Yeah, it goes.
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  • It makes this horrible sound of a banshee. So it's not like a turban engine, a jet engine. It's all cool. No, it makes it makes a screaming sound. It's like it's just like it's it's like it's screaming at you to stop doing that. That Do you feel you literally fill up the tank with water?
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  • No, it's filled up with hydrogen. Okay, so you're not producing the hydrogen on board? No, no, these are hydrogen powered. And there's hydrogen stations around still, you can still get hydrogen it's not. And it surprisingly, according to I've never filled up a tank but people who have they say it fills up rather quickly. And really, they just shy highly compressed is that like, back in the 70s when I was growing up in Amsterdam, there was quite an they got rid of it later. But there was quite a lot of people who had LPG liquid petroleum gas, you just Yes. Those are still available. You actually in the Bay Area and get the full pass the free pass being all h2o the the HPV lines wherever they are not HPV but HPLC high occupancy vehicle, right? Oh, if you have one of those Express Lanes if you have LPG, you can do that. In fact, Becky Worley who used to work at Leo's operation, you know, or ABC, she used Yes, she's at ABC. She had an LPG car.
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  • Um, now the reason why is apparently there's been some new developments in electrolysis, so the the the actual creation, because from what I understood, it was always it took a lot of energy to create the energy and it just didn't make sense. It's gonna take more energy
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  • than you got back. Right. Which you had to put in three x energy to get to ex back. Yeah, right. Right. It's still the case, though. Don't let him kid you. Well, so that's what Boris Johnson is talking about. And I'm not quite sure why this is cropped up. I don't know of any super new developments that would make it you know,
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  • a real usable source. I have a hunch, okay.
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  • I think that the battery technology that Elan musk and the rest of them are promoting. I think it's so they don't want to talk about to everyone knows this. It's so destructive to the environment to get the lithium out of these different parts of the world where you have to just, you know, tear up the place to get it out. Yeah, it's environmentally unsound. And I think there's some other issues. Like they blow up. I don't know things. Maybe it's not that I blow up. But I think I think that there's something wrong with the battery technology, huh?
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  • You mean that it just Well, it's not all that great. I mean, I get I got another I got another reason to. Okay.
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  • When you go if you have a hydrogen car, we pump hydrogen into the tank, you can tax that.
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  • Yeah, of course, of course. As you seen by headlines, I put one of them in the newsletter that because of all these electric cars, they're losing all kinds of benefits from taxing the gasoline Yeah. And they're gonna have to charge people per mile to drive the car and nobody's putting up with that. Well, because you say, hey, you want to get electric car to save the environment. I got an electric car and you're going to charge me money just because I bought it. It'll probably be cheaper than staying home. You know, Deutsche Bank wants 5% extra income tax for working from home because you're you're not contributing slave. It's another one slaves as we talked about in the last show, you're not contribute. So this is this, all these things that you're trying to push, instead of letting things happen naturally, they're just they're kind of they're backfiring left and right.
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  • They're still going all out New Zealand. By the
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  • The way is going to make their SDGs
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  • SDGs by 2030 SDGs. You everyone you got to use SDG just from time to time in your normal parlance.
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  • It's the Sustainable Development Goals from the United Nations 2030. So you just got to throw it in. Yeah, well, no agenda is really compliant with the SDGs. And we're on track for a great 2030
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  • I think we can we can make that statement.
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  • I do want to play a couple of deling poll clips because the guy's highly entertaining. Yes, he is. And he's on here is on the other guy's show. But it's worth listening to. And it did relate it relates a little bit to the climate change, he puts the connects adopted. I'm gonna play these clips in advance. And I say there's nothing that any of these people have said on today's show that we haven't talked about months ago, right.
  • 1:20:57
  • Let's play Delhi poll, one, junk scientists pushing the Coronavirus scare is exactly the same mo of the junk scientists pushing the fake scare about climate change. Climate change was a kind of handy pseudo scientific excuse for transforming the world economy in the interests of this same shadowy elite. And it's not a conspiracy theory. I wonder when I wrote a book about this 10 years ago book called watermelons, you know, green on the outside, red on the inside?
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  • To answer the question why? If global warming isn't really a problem, if man mankind isn't contributing dangerously to to global warming, but through his through his carbon dioxide emissions, then why would so many people, so many different sources claim that it is why would the scientists be saying this? Why would the the NGOs be saying this? Why would politicians be going along with this? Why would businesses be be going along with this? And the answer is that it's a kind of concatenation of shared interests, they all have a it's not a conspiracy so much as it suits them all to aim for this goal. Because ultimately, what they want to do is gain more power over the rest of us. The climate change thing was just a convenient excuse. But then a better one came along in the form of COVID-19. And in a way, I think that what's happened this year, the way that people have often proved so credulous in the face of this, that what is in fact, just like a dose of bad flu. It's it's certainly no more no more fatal and, and and deadly than, say, the Hong Kong flu of 1968. See, I'm gonna disagree with what he said there. He said, the whole point was to do this with climate change, then COVID came along. No, no, I think this was always the plan. It was supposed to happen in 2016. Except Hillary Clinton didn't get elected. So now they push it out, as they believe Joe Biden will become president. That's that's what's going on here. And now that we've all become used, and this is where you're right. Well, we said before, now that we're all used to lock downs we understand being compliant. We're going to be told to do this for a climate change block down weekend or an extra week tacked on to your your vacation, which won't be a vacation because you have to work but you have to work from home. staycation staycation. Yes. By the way, did you as our producer advised? Did you buy any paper products or check on your inventory? We did tell everybody on the last show that our Walmart Insider, because it's happening, the idiots are moving around again. We'll actually they pointed this out on the ABC News rundown which we could play if we want but what I'm gonna skip it okay, but I went to Costco. All the Kirkland toilet paper is already gone. And that and that is some of the shittiest toilet paper. There is. No now Well, that's fine. But yeah, I don't fact it's not a bad toilet. The ones with the kirklin we get out here is top drawer. We have the Kirkland I don't like it. I am a Sharman guy. Well, they have Sherman tonight but ended up having to buy the Sherman but they had no paper towels whatsoever. So I had to go to the grocery outlet where they had tons of paper towels and toilet paper. Yeah, cuz they're always the last to find out and bought some paper towels to catch up a little bit. But yeah, yeah, yeah, we in fact, ABC News pointed this out to make it worse. They should have not reported it, but no, they reported it. Well, let's play that. Here. We Go Again, with the toilet paper bullcrap. Do you have a clip for the toilet paper bullcrap?
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  • I think it's I don't think you haven't. I don't see an ABC report. No, it's not. It's not specific, but it's part of the I think it's the
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  • Okay, I'm gonna, I'm not gonna do well, I could do the whole thing. This is the What do you want to finish deling? poll first or do you want to go to the ABC? That's finished? Well, that's finished deling poll, this is part two of climate COVID even in the in the in the winter of 2017 2018. I think that the excess wented winter deaths in the United Kingdom were worth about 50,000. So you know about the same that is that has died of war with with Coronavirus where we didn't shut down the economy in 2017 2018 to deal with the flu of that year. But what I'm saying is, is that that people have bought into the the government scientists scare story far too readily. And I think the reason for that is that they've been softened up over a period of decades. I mean, since you could argue, at least submitted of 1990 to
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  • 92, was that 30 years ago, almost. So people have been been bombarded with information about how the world is doing, it's all our fault, we've got to end our ways, we've got to change our behavior, because the the old normal cannot be allowed to exist anymore. We have to have a new normal. And people have been buying into this stuff because that they kind of used to the idea now that scientists know better than they do what to do. Scientists are experts. And of course, scientists have the same kind of technocrats that the people from the technocracy cult worship. Scientists apparently know better than anybody else better than better than your eye, how we should spend our daily budget, how we should allocate our resources, what we should need in our daily lives, whether or not we need to fly, whether or not we need to drive, etc, etc. We have become a sort of willing dupes of this of this technocratic elite. And I think that it's time that we started resisting, ah, this is very good. What he's saying here, which ties into a short clip that I pulled, we'll come around to it later, I watched the entire Dorsey Zuckerberg hearing,
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  • which was about antitrust censorship, etc, etc. Blah, blah, snooze. There were a couple of fun things. But the best, the best question I have some more later, but the best question was from Senator Kennedy. And although he didn't, I mean, he he kind of closed out his his point much later on, which I didn't include in this 47 seconds. It ties in exactly to what deling poll is saying, Listen, do you have somebody on your staff? who protects you from reading things that they think you shouldn't?
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  • Know?
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  • Mr. Zuckerberg, do you believe everything you read? No, Senator, why not?
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  • Because a lot of things are incomplete or incorrect. So you exercise your own judgment. Does, Senator, do you have somebody on your staff whose job is to filter things that they think you should not be reading as senator? Not? Not externally, although I would hope that the teams that I work with internally do their best to make sure that the information that they're presenting me with are always accurate. So his point is so obvious. You are somehow smarter than the rest of the world and you don't need someone telling you whether it's dangerous for you to read something. You clearly don't think everything is true that is out there. You don't have people
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  • checking the information that comes to you like a food taster. So why do you force everybody else into this? That is what the technocratic democracy is about. That's what they want.
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  • I think that was lost on those two Actually, I don't think anyone wants to read a book from the 70s called a technological society by Jacques
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  • L. Liu airy, very, this is all he talks about. Yes, very good.
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  • But talks about the technocratic future, which is basically a bunch of experts this would have just what the white Brexit actually happened, because they got sick of these bureaucrats in Brussels. You know, giving them specifications on every aspect of their lives. You can't buy a pillow unless you get this many feathers. You can't do this. You have to Lions on the street have to be this wide. One thing after another because these guys had nothing else to do so they spent spec out everything and everything that affects you because Heaven forbid that the line on the street is not the right width.
  • 1:29:48
  • Well, this things are changing. And I'm pretty sure we've predicted this. We've talked about it but we are now looking at a postmodern new media landscape that is appearing
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  • It's being driven down political and ideological lines. We now have we've seen it an actual exodus from Fox News people are leaving Fox News in droves going to Newsmax apparently, primarily. In fact, Morning Joe had better ratings than fox and friends. That's the first in a long time. And it looks like people are moving to two new
  • 1:30:31
  • walled gardens. At least that's what I think they will become. And instead of Twitter, conservatives and put it that way, I'm moving to parlor. And insulae is near parlay, they pronounce it parlor, parlor. And parlay would be with a Z, and this was an R.
  • 1:30:49
  • And the new YouTube is rumble.
  • 1:30:54
  • And it's something is hurting somewhere because YouTube is, many people have mentioned this, that they see now at least a minimum of three ads before the video starts. Now I have an ad blocker. Actually, I'm using the dissenter browser. And what YouTube now does is it tries to play me three ads, I have to refresh them, refresh the page, and then it'll finally play but it's three. And we know that they're that they were shoving political ads in front of kid TV programs. I think that they've now D platform so many people and D monetize so much
  • 1:31:32
  • that they are we've been saying this, they're running out of inventory. And now they send out a little note to everybody, about YouTube's right to monetize the change in policy. do YouTube has the right to monetize all content on the platform. And ads may appear on videos from channels, not in the YouTube Partner Program. Just so you know.
  • 1:31:53
  • You can no longer have videos on YouTube that will not have ads.
  • 1:31:59
  • Well, they do have this right is their platforming, do what they want. Yes. So I have no complaint about it. But it does ruin the experience to an extreme. Yeah. And people are going to start moving away.
  • 1:32:13
  • They're going to be this going to there's trouble ahead because people are tired of trouble. Trouble ahead. River City this.
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  • There's trouble ahead.
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  • There is it's you know, and of course podcasts. People are moving to the podcasts. There's too many podcasts. So there's not there's never too many podcasts. That's not true. My gut is over. There's probably I know there was over a million about a year ago. Now. There's got to be two 3 million podcasts. Everybody knows you're wrong. You're wrong. I happen to run podcast index.org, which is the podcasting 2.0 website. And we have the stats. The total stats for what are the stats for pod bean? Yes, I do. I have the stats for everybody. We have all the stats. We do have the of the podcast that are alive, which means they have there's been a published event within the past six months. There's 1,333,094 feeds in no I'm so off yet by Yeah, you said 3 million. That's just not 3 million.
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  • It's a lot smaller. When you look at how many have updated in the past three days. It's only 86,000
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  • in the past 60 days only 352,000
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  • so it's less than you think. So while it's a good thing we got in when we did. Yeah.
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  • I know. That's a good thing we got in when I don't know we started it is that we were trying to say
  • 1:33:50
  • we did, please and without without it. We would miss some of the most beautiful chat moments. And I think megan kelly is is a prototyper pod prototype podcaster she is a natural born podcaster and she's really opening up a lot which everyone enjoys listening to her. Here she is with Janice Dean. I remember the first time I was on air Megan and I wore like a business suit.
  • 1:34:19
  • And the phone call came like 30 seconds later. Yeah. Brian that business suit. That reminds me of when I tried to dye my hair Brown. I had gotten a divorce my first husband and I was going through one of those like sort of skin shedding moments where it's like, Okay, I'm the new me. And I cut my hair short and I dyed it brown. And I'll never forget britt hume coming into the office and he said, I have a message for Mr. Ailes. He hired a blonde and he wants a blonde.
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  • Okay, back to blood. They went and I actually checked my contract cuz of course I'm a lawyer. And it did say that he had the right to sell me know if I wanted to make any major changes to my look. So he actually had the legal right to tell me
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  • And then I wound up doing all this research on, like how much control they could have over me in terms of what I wore. Although I will say everybody thinks that Fox has this. No pants.
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  • That doesn't sound right. mandate, no pants, no pants.
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  • No pants day.
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  • I really liked this and britt hume to tell her.
  • 1:35:21
  • He imagined brit hume destiny in depth discussion is these women have? Come on. It's what we used to discuss, because we know how it really goes. And now they're lifting the kimono that lifting the veil, they're saying, Look, it's really true. This is how it works. And by the way, I signed the contract. Love this. What else can you get that information?
  • 1:35:42
  • Well, yeah, I guess. I was hoping that you'd actually have a clip of her doing a bunch of shark's teeth, doing shtick, that's what I'm waiting for. Now, she doesn't do stick very well yet.
  • 1:35:58
  • Who knows? It's wonderful that podcasting thing? Well, let me finish with this last DeLeon poll rant. Okay, which is pretty good. I did. You know, I didn't want to do more in two of these coasts. But then this guy went on a roll and I said, put it in there. This would be entertaining. I sometimes refer to this year Paul as as the perfect storm of stupid. Because there have been so many currents leading up to this. It's like kind of it all the currents have joined up to meet like a sort of massive festering boil, which is funny burst in our faces.
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  • You've got things like, oh, how you excoriated me the junk science establishment, which I've I've already already mentioned, you've got years of dumbing down of the education system under people like under people like Tony Blair, you've got, again, Tony Blair's for the creation of this university system, whereby 50% of the youth population goes to you need to do their worthless degrees in kind of My Little Pony studies with with advanced puoi and windsurfing. And these, this, these kids come out of university, thinking, Well, hey, I went to uni, I'm really bright. I know my shed. And in fact, they really, really don't. They've got this half baked these half baked ideas about how science works. And they think, yeah, trust the science scientists. I listen to programs on radio for every week on BBC Radio, telling me that scientists are these really clever, clever people. And then you have these kind of wacky BBC proofs artists, like, what's that pouty mouth dumb astronomer, bloke, you know, who's got an awful accent? You know? Yeah, exactly. And Brian Cox, he tells you that global warming is definitely happening. And he looks kind of sexy, and he's got he's got big lips. And he used to be that he used to be in a band called D ream. So So hey, he's got youth credibility looks, and he's got an astronomy degree or physics or something. So he must know what he's talking about. If he says global warming is real. You see what I'm getting at? This is sort of the sort of
  • 1:38:10
  • combination of absolute ignorance and at the same time, outrageous self self belief, outrageous, false intellectual confidence. Yeah, but it's a little worse than that he could have taken it further. I mean, it's not just the people, you know, have been taught that scientists, the scientists are the ones. Oh, they're so smart. We need to follow them. They'll listen to non scientists, as long as you call yourself a doctor, like Dr. tedros. We knew that a vaccine would be essential for bringing the pandemic under control.
  • 1:38:49
  • who proposed the act accelerator. But it's important to emphasize that a vaccine will complement the other tools we have not replaced them. A vaccine on its own will not end the pandemic, surveillance will need to continue. People will still need to be tested, isolated and cared for contacts will still need to be traced and quarantined. communities will still need to be engaged, and individuals will still need to be careful. We still have a long road to travel. I mean, what happened to this pandemic won't end until we have a vaccine.
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  • I heard this many times.
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  • Well, good point you have heard it and so have I got any new data shows the audience? And yet here we are change? Yes. So we need a worldwide revolt resist very much.
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  • Indeed, and we do have a few people to think.
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  • Now a lot of people got notes in in various ways. And of course they never put this you see a note and then they say it's anonymous and the note I use just a nightmare. And the first one
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  • guy that comes up here which is Sunday I'm not gonna say his last name or her last name because I don't know maybe he or she wants to be anonymous but it's in Wichita, Kansas 1000 there's no note no note at all. You might have a note I don't have a note
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  • but that looks
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  • sunny for the for the donation yeah phenomenal thank you but you know an acre brera meanwhile 859 16
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  • and Tony
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  • we know Tony writes in it I pm john and Adam the morning enclose your find our latest share of no agenda shop profits This is
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  • of course alright. Wow, we just added our biggest collection of products ever disaster attire that designates the FEMA Region listeners can call home featuring art by Sir boiled peanut. Have no agenda buttons fame. Order soon to guarantee and no agenda Christmas. But wait, there's more as our gift to the show. We have redirected no agenda radio.com directly to the no agenda stream. Oh, how about that I'd been. I'd like to thank you for your courage. Actually. No agenda radio.com. Doesn't. That's URL. Great URL. Yeah. Which we all need to survive against the massive deep platforming wave that only gets stronger with build backbiting.
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  • Go karma is all I ask. Okay, we got that.
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  • You've got
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  • karma.
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  • Smith is next on the list for $337 even from Belmont, North Carolina. And he sent an email which I have in front of me. You get the proper pairs, reading glasses out.
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  • Gentlemen, I tried to send us a note through PayPal three different times with the note attached and got an error each time. Perhaps it was too long and it wasn't too long.
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  • I don't know why. Who knows you're doing it. Some people can't do it on their phone. I don't know what the deal is. Now I want to give you a couple of jingle requests. Okay.
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  • There's three clippity clop which you'll never find. Yeah, we'll do the head and falling off Cliff guy falling. What's the guy for this is the guy screaming? I know what it is. Okay. clippety clop. To the head falling guy falling off cliff. Okay. Ah, that's pretty much it.
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  • I can do it. I just I can do it live. I turned 50 on November 16. Aha, please add me to the list. Uh huh. Okay, there we go. So that's Shawn Smith. And 50 on when the 16th Okay, got it. And he also didn't make your life even more miserable. I decided to give myself a knighthood as a celebration accounting attached. I also decided to be in Key West on my birthday. And let me tell you boys 33 was everywhere. Believe it stop for dinner and gas mileage show 333 miles in the tank dinner at the blue Heaven is 133 30 flight home row 33 seat c 33 seat and a C 33. Three c 333. etc q magic number jingle if Adam is so inclined.
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  • Yeah, we can do that for you.
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  • Now I want to
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  • Yes, I want to mention that all these 33 she donated 337
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  • strong with you, man. I just found it ironic. Okay.
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  • So he's got his knighthood coming. He doesn't say it was he.
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  • Now Shawn and Smith future night that's all he doesn't have any special name or any requests. Okay. It makes it easier. Yeah. So let me finish okay. My roommate chipped in 100 bucks for my night. So thank you to Cheryl. Also, thank you to anonymous for turning me on to the show. He said you question everything just like these guys. You should be listening. So here I am. My stepfather was diagnosed with lymphoma and leukemia recently and has been fighting through the treatments. So F cancer would be appreciate thank you both for the show. So he's got this three genius plus f cancer thank you for the show the dedication and courage keep up the dedication and the courage to continue now you're gonna have to the Armageddon because you're right I can't find that one. So that'll be right after to the
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  • message is clear.
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  • Oh,
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  • you've got karma. Well done, sir.
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  • Well, Doug, welcome. Well done. I can't I can't get a bit part.
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  • Oh, well. Oh, well, I do. I got all the talent, but this is where it ends. It ends. All right onward with.
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  • I want you to take this. Yeah, hold on. I was just it was Shawn Smith right. I just put him on the show john smith. So he's also a knight. We're also knighting him. Yeah. So h