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Quote from: Dr. Naomi Hunter on Apr 20, 2020, 11:46:48 AMRemember the bullshit "counter-protests", "protesting" Americans who "dared" protest treasonous anti-gun "laws"--like we saw in states like MA after the staged mass shootings? Same thing is being utilized here:https://www.foxnews.com/us/photos-purportedly-show-coronavirus-protest-standoffA series of dramatic photos purportedly show a pair of health care workers facing off against drivers protesting Colorado's coronavirus lockdown.The duo, clad in scrubs and N95 masks, stood their ground in the middle of a crosswalk as thousands converged on the State Capitol building in Denver on Sunday in opposition to a stay-at-home order and business closures aimed at containing the outbreak.As of Monday, statistics show there are nearly 10,000 confirmed coronavirus cases and 420 deaths in Colorado – but, at the same time, hundreds of thousands of residents have recently filed for unemployment.Photos taken Sunday purportedly show health care workers standing in the street in counter-protest of those who gathered at the Colorado State Capitol to demand the end of the state's coronavirus lockdown measures. (Reuters)"They were blocking the roads until the police force stepped in," Alyson McClaran, who captured the images, told the New York Times. "People were putting their cars right up against them."Thousands of Colorado residents converged on Denver Sunday to protest the state's coronavirus prevention restrictions. (Reuters)The individuals told a reporter from the Denver Westword that they have been treating COVID-19 patients for weeks at a local hospital, but declined to reveal the name of the facility or their identities. They added though that they were standing in the crosswalk during red lights to serve as a "reminder" of why shutdown measures are needed.But not everyone agrees with their stance.Protester Jim Fenimore of Colorado Springs told the Associated Press that handwashing and staying home if you're sick are fine — but not closing businesses."Every day that goes by is hurting the state," he said.The individuals reportedly said they have been treating COVID-19 patients for weeks at a local hospital. (Reuters)Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has laid out goals for an economic reopening that he says will include social distancing in work and social settings until a vaccine or cure is found for the coronavirus.He has urged businesses to consider continued telecommuting where possible, staggering work shifts, putting up barriers between work stations and other ways to contain the virus.The Associated Press contributed to this report._______________________________________________________________________________https://www.foxnews.com/us/washington-coronavirus-protest-inslee-stay-at-homeProtesters rally against Washington's coronavirus stay-at-home order: 'Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Covid 19'Washington residents want state reopened 3 weeks after COVID-19 infections peak2,000 demonstrators protest Gov. Inslee's stay-at-home order at the state capital; Dan Springer reports.Thousands of protesters rallied outside the Washington State Capitol on Sunday to call for an end to Gov. Jay Inslee's stay-at-home order designed to protect citizens from the coronavirus, with some holding signs echoing an American Revolution slogan: "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Covid 19!"Demonstrators have amassed around the country to protest what many see as violations of state and U.S. constitutions following weeks of imposed social distancing restrictions that have banned large gatherings and shuttered businesses, effectively pausing the economy and hurting the livelihoods of many Americans.However, health experts have warned that reopening states too soon could lead to a new surge of COVID-19 cases.Outside the Capitol building in Olympia, protesters carried American flags and Trump flags, gun rights advocates brought their firearms and others held signs that read "End the Shutdown." Some pushed babies in strollers or carried children atop their shoulders.A man holds a sign that reads "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" in view of the Capitol building in Olympia, Wash., on Sunday at a protest opposing the state's stay-home order to slow the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)"We're starting a rebellion in Washington, we're not listening to this governor, we're taking our state back," state Republican Rep. Robert Sutherland told the more than 2,000 demonstrators, according to the Seattle Times.Sutherland was among two other local Republican lawmakers supporting the demonstration. He went on to call upon citizens to revolt should state officials enforce a temporary ban on recreational fishing, saying that if the state sends its "goons with guns, we will defend ourselves.""Governor, you send men with guns after us when we go fishing, we'll see what a revolution looks like," Sutherland said.Demonstrators gathered at a protest opposing Washington state's stay-home order to slow the coronavirus outbreak Sunday in Olympia. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)The protest remained peaceful, and police said no arrests were made, the paper reported.Inslee responded to the demonstration in a written statement, denouncing the local Republican lawmakers who urged an "open rebellion" and called on GOP legislative leaders to "speak out against such rhetoric from their members."CORONAVIRUS STANDOFF: PHOTOS PURPORTEDLY SHOW COLORADO HEALTH CARE WORKERS AT ODDS WITH ANTI-LOCKDOWN PROTESTERS"These are difficult and frustrating times," Inslee said. "I support free speech. But crowd counts or speeches won't determine our course. This isn't about politics. It can only be about doing what is best for the health of all Washingtonians."The protest in Washington came just days after President Trump posted a series of messages saying, "LIBERATE MINNESOTA!," "LIBERATE MICHIGAN!," and 'LIBERATE VIRGINIA," in a show of support for citizens of those states who have been protesting stay-at-home orders or, in the case of Virginia, recent gun control measures enacted by state Democrats.More than 2,000 demonstrators rallied against Inslee's stay-at-home orders. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)Inslee, who has butted heads with Trump in the past over the federal government's response to the coronavirus, on Friday accused the president of "fomenting domestic rebellion" with his calls to "liberate" parts of the country from stay-at-home or other orders."His unhinged rantings and calls for people to 'liberate' states could also lead to violence," Inslee's statement said. "We've seen it before. The president is fomenting domestic rebellion and spreading lies even while his own administration says the virus is real and is deadly."Inslee last week said that he is planning to reopen in phases, likely starting with businesses. Washington's stay-at-home orders are effective through May 4, though some restrictions are likely to stay in place beyond its expiration."Last Edit by Palmerston
Quote from: Dr. Naomi Hunter on Apr 21, 2020, 09:17:19 AMhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8234877/Thousands-descending-reopened-Florida-beaches-prompts-FloridaMorons-trend-Twitter.html^ OMFG, they're being like Sweden!
Quote from: Dr. Naomi Hunter on Apr 21, 2020, 09:42:22 AMThe globalists have finally concocted deception operations re: Sweden ("we can't let our global narrative get damaged!")https://www.9news.com.au/world/coronavirus-sweden-paying-the-price-refusing-mandatory-lockdown-high-fatality-rate/7cd9c662-eb31-4819-9383-b7885905c7d4Sweden is paying the price for refusing mandatory lockdownsBy Nick Pearson1:43pm Apr 17, 2020While countries across the world were going into strict lockdowns, closing businesses and enforcing social distancing, Sweden took a different approach.The Nordic country kept its cafes, restaurants, primary schools, cinemas and pubs open.The country's chief epidemiologist Anders Tegnell said the intention was to ensure "a slow spread of infection and that the health services are not overwhelmed".Dr Tegnell argued that it was important for a large part of the population to contract and recover from coronavirus to become immune from it.A week ago Sweden's approach was drawing praise from conservative commentators around the world."If the COVID-19 pandemic tails off in a few weeks, months before the alarmists claim it will, they will probably pivot immediately and pat themselves on the back for the brilliant social-distancing controls that they imposed on the world," the National Review wrote."They will claim that their heroic recommendations averted total calamity. Unfortunately, they will be wrong; and Sweden, which has done almost no mandated social distancing, will probably prove them wrong."But Sweden's plan has not worked.Coronavirus cases there are rising steeply, even as the countries surrounding it are levelling off.More concerning is the fatality rate in the country.In neighbouring Norway and Finland, the fatality rate is 2.2 per cent.In Sweden it is 10.6 per cent, nearly five times higher.The concerning figures have prompted a group of 22 doctors and researchers to pen an article demanding stricter lockdown measures."As the virus spreads, it is necessary to increase social distance," the article published in Dagens Nyheter newspaper read."Elected representatives must intervene, there is no other choice."The looser lockdown procedures haven't saved the economy either.The Finance Ministry projected Sweden's unemployment rate will rise to 13 per cent and its GDP will contract by 10 per cent this year."
Quote from: #1 Trouble Maker on Apr 21, 2020, 09:44:50 AMWhat to expect when a contact tracer calls youhttps://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/20/what-to-expect-when-a-coronavirus-contact-tracer-calls-you.htmlConsidering EVERYONE has Coronavirus [from common colds] in them...Of course a much more Orwellian , Brave New COVID World aggressive, invasive, tracking system will HAVE TO be MANDATED for ALL.
QuoteIf you think coronavirus is a big deal, you're a f*cking sheepThere. I said it. Yes, I've been saying this since the beginning of this manufactured "crisis". I say this not as a righty or a lefty but as a cynical son of a b*tch who's tired of being right all the time.Seriously shame on you idiots. All of you on this forum, virtually. Right and Left alike, what a bunch of weak-minded sheep you all are, even many of you that pretend to be all Libertarian or whatever and then bought into the coronavirus fearmongering, got emotionally invested in that position, and then ran with it.How could you all not see how this coronavirus was being hyped into something far scarier than it ever should have been? Have you no sense of perspective? Have you no grasp of basic math or statistics?I'm not going to go into all the many reasons why this entire coronavirus episode has been a huge, absurd crock of sh*t. The point is you STUPID MOTHERF*CKERS fell for it! The majority of you, on both sides, fell for it! Admit it, you did! Many of you will still think me mad and cling to this **** forever, always maintaining this was an honest response to a legit threat and the lockdown and all the other bullsh*t "was necessary don't you know, and boy it sure did save a gazillion lives and was so worth it, etc".There will be no introspection here. No one will learn anything. You'll keep fighting in your endless threads with the same tired politics and then the next Iraq, the next Syria, the next fake war, the next fake virus, whatever it is, the next big scam comes along by the same established authorities and you'll all more or less buy into it again while still fighting each other about how the "threat" should be handled, but you'll all still mostly buy into whatever bullsh*t you're being sold on.Anyway, just wanted to say f*ck all you a**holes. Now BURN ME TO THE GROUND. I want a sea of RED. Let it rain upon me!
Quote from: Dr. Naomi Hunter on Apr 22, 2020, 01:35:12 PMHere's some things to think about:This term, "new normal" - know where it came from? RAND Corporation (false flag terror perpetrators)RAND Corporation THOUGHT UP AND WROTE OPERATION NORTHWOODS.OPERATION NORTHWOODS served as a blueprint for false flag terrorism used shortly thereafter in the Gulf of Tonkin, to 9/11, et.al.We were told that there was a "new normal" after 9/11 also -- in fact we were told that things "can never go back" to the way they were even after Pearl Harbor.Keep that in mind, that verbiage is directly from treasonous, death-penalty deserving false flag terror architects who was part of the MIC Eisenhower warned about.Knowing where this term came from should give you tremendous incentive to have ALL-OUT VEHEMENT REJECTION of it, knowing it came from people who deserve a thousand thousand death sentences for treason.
Quoteby: Renee ChmielPosted: Dec 7, 2016 / 09:20 PM EST / Updated: Dec 7, 2016 / 09:20 PM ESTNEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Many people were doing ordinary things on December 7, 1941, such as studying, playing football, or relaxing at home with their families, when they heard about Pearl Harbor on the radio. They say their lives changed forever."I was 17 years old studying for a Latin exam in my beloved city of Waterbury, Connecticut when the news came over," said Norman Feitelson. "At that moment I said my life is going to be impacted or changed."The bombing is still a vivid memory for some of the men and women at Tower One/Tower East in New Haven. Gertrude Lerman was 25 when Pearl Harbor was attacked. She's now 100."We had just moved into our first home on that Sunday, on the 7th, so the whole family was there," said Lerman.For some, hearing what had happened was especially frightening."It was a very traumatic thing for me because I had just escaped the Holocaust," said Isidor Juda.Juda had only recently moved to the U.S. from Switzerland. He was just 19 when Pearl Harbor was bombed. Like many young men, he enlisted after the attack."I said to my parents, this time I'll be able to defend myself and my new country," Juda said.Residents watched television shows about the tragedy on Wednesday, knowing the impact it ended up having on their lives. But back then they had questions."What happened?" But where is Pearl Harbor?" said Sylvia Rifkin, who was 20 at the time. "We had no idea where Pearl Harbor was."People listening to the coverage were shocked. They never thought something like that could happen. Though they didn't know what was to come, they knew it would affect them."We all knew that our lives were going to change completely, which they did," said Lerman.It was a turning point for them – and for the United States."I can't believe it's 75 years that have gone by," said Vicki Smith, who was 16 at the time. "But it brings it all home today."The residents say they were amazed by how the country came together after the attack, and that they were – and still are – very proud to be Americans."The way that the country as a country did what they had to do – I'm satisfied that in any future difficulties they will also be prepared," said Howard Laniado, who was just 14 when Pearl Harbor was attacked.
QuoteIt is no wonder that U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams stated that the COVID-19 pandemic is going to be like a Pearl Harbor or the 9-11 terror attacks in its ramifications for the United States. The similarities are striking as to the societal impact on America....With a few notable exceptions, the response to this pandemic in unifying the nation—both by leaders and the general population—are also similar to how the American people reacted after the events of December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001. It is not a time for partisan politics or blame....Much like the events to which Vice Admiral Adams referred, this disease crisis has impacted virtually all of everyday life for us: travel, business, schools, law enforcement, health care, shopping, and more. For the first time since the flu epidemic of 1918, religious institutions like churches and synagogues are impacted directly as worship, classes and other gatherings are cancelled....We are all called upon to sacrifice and to adjust our routines without complaint. We are given an unspoken, but very real, moral obligation to show compassion: to those who are suffering with the disease and their families, to those out of work and their employers, to those on the frontline combatting this pandemic, and to local, state, and national leaders who are doing their best to respond and to care for their people. We are moved to be compassionate and patient with one another. Those on the frontline include our medical professionals, the military, and those who serve in law enforcement and other first-responders. There are also the often-unsung heroes of everyday life who are showing ingenuity and tirelessness in helping their neighbors, as well as complete strangers."
Quote from: tahoeblue on May 01, 2020, 09:48:50 AM"I had COVID-19, was hospitalized for three weeks and in ICU on a ventilator for 11 days fighting for my life," said California Coastal Commission Chair and Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Padilla. "So take it from me — we need to listen to the governor and stay home until it's safe."