Let Them Eat Not Cake, but Radiation! By James Reed

     Trust mother nature to solve our radiation problem, so we can keep up our high levels of consumption in this age of plenty:
  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7966773/Fungi-EATS-radiation-used-like-sun-block-humans-protect-against-deadly-rays.html

“A strand of fungi which spawned inside the Chernobyl nuclear reactor and eats radiation could allow humans to insulate against deadly rays. In 1991, five years after the disaster which rocked Ukraine, the black fungi was found sprouting up the walls of the abandoned reactor which had been flooded with gamma. Baffled how it managed to survive the extreme conditions, scientists examined the microorganism - and were even more excited with their findings. In addition to not perishing, they discovered that the fungi actually grows towards the radiation, as if attracted to it. This is because of its large amounts of melanin - the pigment which turns skin dark - and allows the fungi to absorb normally harmful rays which it then converts into chemical energy. In the same way in which plants convert carbon dioxide and chlorophyll into oxygen and glucose via photosynthesis, the fungi sapped up deadly rays which allowed it to produce energy. This process - hailed radiosynthesis - has captured the attention of scientists because of its potentially revolutionary implications. Kasthuri Venkateswaran, a research scientist at NASA who is leading the experiments on the Cryptococcus neoformans fungi, believes that by extracting its radiation-absorbing power and manufacturing it in drug form, it could be used as a 'sun block' against toxic rays.”

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5G and Sperm By Brian Simpson

     Much has been said about the ill-effects of 5G technology, but maybe the fact that sperms are going to get toasted, might make some rams of the sheeple flock, think:
  https://www.technocracy.news/scientists-5g-network-could-lower-sperm-counts-and-sterilize-young-men/

“There are fears that increased levels of radiation in the UK as 5G coverage spreads across the country could seriously impact human fertility levels. The rollout of the high-speed network, which was launched in Britain in May last year, has sparked protests from those who believe higher levels of electro-magnetic radiation (EMR) in the atmosphere are dangerous and 5G’s potential health effects need to be tested. A letter presented to Downing Street last week urged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to open an inquiry into “establishing the true impact of wireless communication systems on the health of the UK population”. “We are extremely concerned by the vulnerability of our young and very young people to the harmful effects of pulsed RF radiation,” read the letter which was handed over along with two petitions, one of which was signed by 268 physicians and scientists. “Study upon study is showing that this non-ionising radiation is causing oxidative DNA damage in cellular systems and this may be particularly harmful to the reproductive system of young boys, adolescents and young men.” Sperm counts among British men have fallen by 29% in the last decade. Multiple international studies have found a link between increased mobile phone use and a drop in both the quantity and quality of sperm. A 2016 review by the Society for Reproduction and Fertility reported that of 27 studies investigating the effects of mobile phone EMR on the male reproductive system, 21 resulted in negative consequences of exposure. In a 2018 article called ‘Wi-Fi is an important threat to human health’ which was published in the journal Environmental Research, Dr Martin Pall from Washington State University cites a 1997 experiment with chilling results. Two pairs of young mice were placed into cages with different levels of exposure to a functioning antenna, although the exposure levels at both sites were well within safety guidelines. The pair in the cage with a higher exposure level produced one litter of smaller than normal babies, a second litter with fewer than normal babies, and demonstrated infertility or very low fertility from this point on. The pair exposed to a lower level of EMR produced four litters with fewer numbers of babies each time, before they became completely infertile.

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Vegan on the Brain By Mrs Vera West

     The vegan diet, no meats, animal products etc. is promoted as healthy and increasing the life span by its supporters, if you call that living. But, what about the effects of this diet on your brain?
  https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200127-how-a-vegan-diet-could-affect-your-intelligence

“The idea that avoiding meat is bad for our brains makes some intuitive sense; anthropologists have been arguing about what our ancestors ate for decades, but many scientists think that there was a lot of bone-crunching and brain-slurping on the road to evolving these remarkable 1.4kg (3lb) organs. Some have even gone so far as to say that meat made us human. One reason is that intelligence is expensive – the brain devours about 20% of our daily calories, though it accounts for just 2% of our body weight – and what better way to find the enormous array of fats, amino acids, vitamins and minerals these fastidious organs require, than by feasting on animals which have already painstakingly collected or made them. … On the one hand, recent concern about the nutritional gaps in plant-based diets has led to a number of alarming headlines, including a warning that they can stunt brain development and cause irreversible damage to a person’s nervous system. Back in 2016, the German Society for Nutrition went so far as to categorically state that – for children, pregnant or nursing women, and adolescents – vegan diets are not recommended, which has been backed up by a 2018 review of the research. After the Royal Academy of Medicine in Belgium decided a vegan diet was “unsuitable” for children, parents who force a vegan diet on their offspring in Belgium could even one day find themselves in prison.

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Dying in the Zombie Apocalypse By Brian Simpson

     The photos of rows upon rows of beds looks like something out of a zombie apocalypse movie, but, it is China’s prep for the coronavirus. Just check out the beds here, frightening indeed:
  https://www.zerohedge.com/health/hospital-or-coronavirus-deathatorium
  https://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/nz-mans-eyewitness-account-of-coronavirus-outbreak-in-wuhan-people-are-fighting-for-food_02052020

“A man from New Zealand says that he has had a first-hand account of what’s been happening in Wuhan after the coronavirus’ outbreak at the end of 2019. He says people are fighting for food and reselling used facemasks. A New Zealand man living in China has described his reality of the viral outbreak that has killed almost 500 people now, saying the China we see on the internet is far from the truth.  The mainstream media is manipulating the information and with Google and The World Health Organization teaming up to “kill” or censor accounts that don’t fit the official narrative, we may not ever get the complete and honest truth of just how bad the outbreak could become. The aforementioned New Zealand man, who lives in northeast China with his wife and two children, says they are barely getting by. “It’s getting worse by the day … everything has fallen apart here,” the man, who asked for anonymity out of fear of his family’s safety, said, according to the New Zealand Herald. “Fear levels are high and there is a lot of conflicting information, but people are staying calm,” an Australian woman told the Herald, contradicting the New Zealanders’ claim of mayhem. The New Zealand man told the Herald people had been selling masks for as much as $50. “I see old ladies walking around picking face masks out of the trash and then they sell them on the street the next day laughing about it,” he said. “When China says they’ve got enough and they’re handing them out, they’re not, I can tell you that now – there’s none available anywhere.” To make them appear new, the women would iron them after plucking the masks from the bin, the man said. Additionally, according to his claims,  fights were often breaking out over things like eggs and vegetables.”

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Coffee, Not Love is “the Drug” By Mrs Vera West

     To set the scene, how about Roxy Music’s Love is the Drug (1975), with the (at the time) handsome Bryan Ferry as lead singer? No, wait, cancel that. I actually listened to the lyrics in the first time since 1975, and suddenly realised that Bryan was singing about something other than holding hands at a Sunday school picnic. Oh well, I will just have another cup of coffee instead:
  https://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Caffeine-has-been-a-boon-for-civilization-15031811.php

“Michael Pollan laughs and says, yes, he's on drugs while conducting this interview. Okay, he doesn't use those exact words, but he acknowledges that he has a "tall, takeout container" of half-caff coffee at his side as we discuss, via phone, his latest project, simply titled "Caffeine," available only as an audio book from Audible. Pollan, the author of "The Omnivore's Dilemma," "The Botany of Desire," "In Defense of Food" and "How to Change Your Mind" - in which he has explored our complicated relationship with food, plants, drugs and many other things we take for granted - has turned his imposing analytical skills to caffeine, the most popular mind-altering chemical on the planet. Caffeine would transform the world around us in ways large and small, magnificent and horrific. It would stimulate and focus the mind in a way that would influence the workplace, politics, social relations and "arguably even the rhythms of English prose," Pollan writes. But the cultivation of, and trade in, coffee and tea plants (and the sugar used in both) would also enslave countless people and lead to the East India Company opening an opium trade with China. The drug trade was good for British coffers, but it crippled a great empire. Once business executives discovered caffeine could improve worker production, coffee became capitalism's silent co-conspirator. Pollan delves into a Fair Labor Standards Act case from the 1950s in which a company, Los Wigman Weavers, made 15-minute coffee breaks mandatory, but refused to pay workers for the breaks.

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Those Who Live by Globalism, Die by Globalism By James Reed

     The World Health Organization has now declared the coronavirus epidemic a global pandemic. But it stopped short of advocating closing borders, although sensible countries like Russia, have already done so, and good for them:
  https://www.ft.com/content/75adafb6-4306-11ea-abea-0c7a29cd66fe
  https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/30/health/coronavirus-world-health-organization.html
  https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-01-30-w-h-o-declares-global-pandemic-coronavirus.html

“The World Health Organization declared on Thursday that the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak was a global health emergency, acknowledging that the disease now represents a risk beyond China, where it emerged last month. The decision reversed the organization’s decision just a week ago to hold off such a declaration. Since then, W.H.O. officials said, thousands of new cases in China and clear human-to-human transmission in several other countries — now including the United States — warranted a reconsideration of that decision by the agency’s expert committee. The W.H.O.’s declaration — officially called a “public health emergency of international concern” — does not have the force of law. But it serves notice to all United Nations member states that the world’s top health advisory body thinks the situation is grave. Governments then make their own decisions about whether to close their borders, cancel flights, screen people arriving at airports or take other protective measures.”

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The Coming Dark Age By Peter Ewer

     This is an informative article dealing with a topic that thinkers contemplating the collapse of Western civilisation come up to: will there be a new Dark Age as followed the collapse of the Roman Empire? The article is by an academic writing under the pen name of Ferdinand Bardamu, which is the name of the protagonist in the great novel by French iconoclastic writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Journey to the End of the Night (1932):
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journey_to_the_End_of_the_Night

     Bardamu sees a new Dark Age as already upon us as the white race rushes into the abyss of racial suicide, pulling down the temple of civilisation with it, and this time, in a globally interconnected world, when one domino collapses, they all ultimately will.
  https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2020/02/01/the-new-dark-ages-in-western-europe-and-north-america-comparisons-with-the-fall-of-rome/

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Update on the 5G War By Brian Simpson

     Here are two good articles, detailing how the global elite are using advanced technology for increasing social control and power. The problem is that this techy is what is known as a “social trap,” something that catches people and becomes stuck to them, so that they are dependent upon it, even thought there was once a world not too long ago without it. That makes it particularly difficult to oppose technological advances which are clearly having the majority benefit to the elites, creating a technocracy. It is far from clear how this can be fought, other than a purge of the entire system, which is not going to happen soon. There is remarkedly little written about the strategy of opposing technocracy, but much about its evils. We need to begin to think critically about science and technology, which have become modern gods, delivering the goodies by magic to the sheeple who mindless, or almost mindlessly, consume.
  https://www.amazon.com/Science-Delusion-Rupert-Sheldrake/dp/1444727931
  https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/02/01/irregulators-vs-fcc.aspx?cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1ReadMore&cid=20200201Z2&et_cid=DM446070&et_rid=801727177
  http://technocracy.studio/e/global-elite-square-up-behind-technocracy/

The Coronavirus, A New World Order Plot! By James Reed

     Why didn’t we say this, or rather why didn’t I? Too much biology from science teacher Brian Simpson, and not enough good old-fashioned conspiracy. Me: I love a good conspiracy in the morning:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jts9suWIDlU

     No sooner had I bought new tin foil for my bald head, when after Richard Wolstencroft’s Report from Tiger Mountain (20), where he convinced me, and I don’t take much convincing, that the bushfires were a globalist conspiracy, he has a new report that the coronavirus is a New World Order “plot,” his term. Yes, I say! The globalists will use every piece of driftwood that floats their way for their agenda. Global cooling would have been even better than global warming for example. I mean, in a new ice age shouldn’t we all be together for “warmth”?
  https://affirmativeright.blogspot.com/2020/02/report-from-tiger-mountain-21-is-corona.html

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The Mistake Made by Asians with Masks By Brian Simpson

     It is surprising that the magazine American Renaissance (“Asians are soooo much smarter than us”) is not jumping up to advise, but I guess they feel no need to, knowing their place in the great chain of being. I have in mind face masks, and anyone walking around town, waiting for the inevitable zombie apocalypse will see many friendly people donning surgical masks. But these are useless against air borne viruses:
  https://www.livescience.com/face-mask-new-coronavirus.html

“Can wearing a medical face mask protect you against the new coronavirus? It's a question many people, including pet owners who are putting canine face masks on their dogs, are asking. If it's a regular surgical face mask, the answer is "no," Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious-disease specialist at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, told Live Science. A more specialized mask, known as an N95 respirator, can protect against the new coronavirus, also called 2019-nCoV. The respirator is thicker than a surgical mask, but Schaffner doesn't recommend it for public use, at least not at this point. That's because, in part, it's challenging to put these masks on and wear them for long periods of time, he said. Specialists receive retraining annually on how to properly fit these respirators around the nose, cheeks and chin, ensuring that wearers don't breathe around the edges of the respirator. "When you do that, it turns out that the work of breathing, since you're going through a very thick material, is harder. You have to work to breathe in and out. It's a bit claustrophobic. It can get moist and hot in there," Schaffner said. "I know that I can wear them when I need to for about a half-hour," he added. "But then I have to go out of the isolation room, take it off and take some deep breaths, kind of cool off, before I can go back in." While it is possible to buy the N95 respirator online, Schaffner advised against it. For one thing, there are just seven cases of coronavirus in the United States at this point. Meanwhile, influenza will infect, hospitalize and even kill thousands upon thousands of Americans this year, but most people aren't thinking of taking the same precautions for that illness, he said. Furthermore, while there is no shortage of the respirators now, there could be if too many people unnecessarily buy one, Schaffner said.”

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Are Viruses Racist? By Brian Simpson

     I formulate this idea when reading the following speculations at vDare.com, which noted that all of the people dying from the coronavirus are Han Chinese.
  https://vdare.com/articles/do-you-know-all-coronavirus-victims-appear-to-be-chinese-thought-not?scroll_to_paragraph=5

“In fact, as far as I can tell, all of the confirmed cases have been of Chinese people. According to Sri Lankan radio, the case in Sri Lanka was a “Chinese tourist” [Sri Lanka suspends visa on arrival for Chinese travellers after confirmed case of Corona virus, News On Air, January 28, 2020]. So are the cases in France and the one in the United Arab Emirates [Coronavirus is spreading as FIVE people in France are now confirmed to have the illness and Chinese traveller from Wuhan is quarantined in Finland, by Sam Blanchard, Mail Online, January 29, 2020]. If it is true that only East Asians are dying of, or even catching, Corona, that would be consistent with long-established race differences in the susceptibility to such viruses. This has been explored in a fascinating study, by a group of Chinese researchers led by C. L. Chen of Soochow University, entitled: Ethnic differences in susceptibilities to A(H1N1) flu [African Journal of Biotechnology, 2009]. The authors begin by noting that, from an evolutionary perspective, there is every reason to expect there to be ethnic or race differences in the susceptibility to different pathogens. Races—or, as they call them, “ethnic groups”—are breeding populations, long-separated, usually by geography, who are, therefore, genetic clusters adapted to different ecologies. Because they were exposed to different pathogens in prehistory, there are very likely to be race differences in susceptibility to the pathogens and in how well the immune system can fight them.

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Is the Coronavirus a Bioweapon? By Brian Simpson

     One conspiracy theory on the internet has it that like in the zombie apocalypse movies in the series Resident Evil, the coronavirus is an escaped bioweapon:
  https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/real-umbrella-corp-wuhan-ultra-biohazard-lab-was-studying-worlds-most-dangerous-pathogens

“In February 2017, Nature penned an extensive profile of what it called the "Chinese lab poised to study world's most dangerous pathogens." The location of this BSL-4 rated lab? Why, Wuhan. A quick read of what this lab was meant to do, prompts the immediate question whether the coronavirus epidemic isn't a weaponized virus that just happened to escape the lab: The Wuhan lab cost 300 million yuan (US$44 million), and to allay safety concerns it was built far above the flood plain and with the capacity to withstand a magnitude-7 earthquake, although the area has no history of strong earthquakes. It will focus on the control of emerging diseases, store purified viruses and act as a World Health Organization ‘reference laboratory’ linked to similar labs around the world. “It will be a key node in the global biosafety-lab network,” says lab director Yuan Zhiming. The Chinese Academy of Sciences approved the construction of a BSL-4 laboratory in 2003, and the epidemic of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) around the same time lent the project momentum. The lab was designed and constructed with French assistance as part of a 2004 cooperative agreement on the prevention and control of emerging infectious diseases. But the complexity of the project, China’s lack of experience, difficulty in maintaining funding and long government approval procedures meant that construction wasn’t finished until the end of 2014.

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Feeding Research into the Great China Machine By Brian Simpson

     You will not see too much about how China sucks off research from the West on the Dissent Right Sinophile sites, because they are too busy saying how the Chinese are “so much smarter than us,” their form of ethno-masochism.  But, consider:
  https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/01/21/feds-university-of-florida-faculty-members-fed-research-to-china/

“Four researchers were forced to resign from their positions at the University of Florida after a federal investigation revealed that foreign countries including China had exploited medical research at the university with the researchers’ help. According to a report by the Tampa Bay Times, the University of Florida was the target of foreign manipulation. Federal investigators concluded that professors employed by universities around the United States that receive public funding are funneling research data to other countries, including communist China. The four researchers left the university after the National Institutes of Health penned a letter that suggested that some researchers were exploiting the university’s research and sharing it with other countries. After the National Institutes of Health sent a letter to the University of Florida suggesting that certain members of the faculty and staff were stealing research, the university conducted its own internal investigation. Three researchers resigned and another was fired. Three of the researchers resigned and one was terminated after the university received a letter from the National Institutes of Health regarding questionable foreign meddling in grant research and funding. The terminated employee worked part time for the university’s College of Medicine. Two were from the College of Engineering and one was from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs told Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) in December that the university had identified several professors that were exploiting their position to feed research information to foreign countries. “The university has identified certain faculty members who were participating or were seeking to participate in a foreign talents program. The university has addressed or is in the process of addressing each of these matters,” Fuchs wrote.”

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Now They Take Even the Toilet Away from Us! By Bruce Bennett

     Is nothing “sacred” anymore?
  https://amp.news.com.au/finance/work/at-work/a-new-toilet-design-is-set-to-increase-productivity-by-making-the-seats-unbearable/news-story/864ff2e28fea1b2c0c42a82165d6d79b

“The new design is intended to make it unbearable for workers after five minutes, shortening employee’s toilet breaks in the process. The “Standard Toilet” made by a start-up in the UK of the same name is sloped so it sits at a 13-degree downward angle. According to developer Mahabir Gill from StandardToilet, this will increase strain on the legs similar to a gentle squat thrust. While 13 degrees is optimal, StandardToilet holds the patent for anything from five to 35 degrees. At a maximum, the company estimates that a 35-degree downward slant would reduce time in the toilet by 30 per cent. This is a clear benefit to customers, said Mr Gill, as industry research from the company suggested that the average person spent 25 per cent more time in work toilets than necessary. The cost to business of this was estimated to be roughly $A31 billion (£16 billion) per annum, according to their website. Meanwhile, by cutting time spent on the toilet by 25 per cent with a 13-degree angle, Standard Toilet estimates it can save businesses $A9.20 billion (£4.8 billion) a year. The news of the toilet has been met with criticism online, with people questioning how this toilet would be legal for people with accessibility issues.”

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Baby Muhammad By Richard Miller

     Of course, it doesn’t show anything about mass immigration or changing demographics; people simply want diversity in names:
  https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/12/05/muhammad-breaks-into-top-10-u-s-baby-names-for-first-time-ever/

“The popular Islamic name “Muhammad” has broken into the top ten United States baby names for the first time ever in American history. The most updated list for popular baby names reveals that the name Muhammad is now the tenth most used name for newborn baby boys in the U.S., according to BabyCenter data. This is the first time in American history that the name has been included in the top ten most popular baby boy names.

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Deflating IQ By Brian Simpson

     I continue my battle against what I call the IQ fetish, championed by Dissent Righters like American Renaissance, who hold as a fact, almost like gravitational attraction, that East Asians have higher mean IQs than say Nordic Whites, that Western civilisation is an accident, although what they usually say is “Asians are just so much smarter than us.” Presumably they are not restricting the scope of ‘us” to just themselves. Anyway, I came across this little item at Quora.com, which deflated IQ delightfully:
  https://www.quora.com/Was-Richard-Feynmans-IQ-really-125

“  Michael Aldrin
Answered Nov 18, 2018

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Australia; Globalist and Ecologically Insane By Brian Simpson

     If the coronavirus, or the next big one is any guide, Australia due to its globalism and deracination, will simply be open to wide contamination. Maybe a good plague might wake up those who survive, but I doubt it:
  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7950429/Where-Australians-risk-exposed-deadly-coronavirus-disease-spreads.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small

“Australia's gateways, major tourist destinations, universities and suburbs in Sydney and Melbourne with large numbers of Chinese have emerged as the frontline in the fight against deadly coronavirus. Authorities are closely watching key meeting places around the country for signs of outbreaks as the World Health Organisation declares a global public health emergency. Fears are held thousands of Australians could have been unwittingly exposed to the virus in airplanes, restaurants and shopping centres by nine confirmed infected patients. And every week up to 49,000 people are landing in Australia on 167 flights from China, where 170 are dead and more than 7,700 infected. Many of those arriving are heading to holidays spots such as the Gold Coast, visiting family and friends in suburban Sydney and Melbourne or returning to east coast universities. But first they must come through the international airports, where checks have already been rolled out for those arriving from all Chinese cities.

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Spanish/Chinese Flu By Brian Simpson

     The Spanish Flu of 1918, actually from China, but first reported by Spain, killed 100 million people, according to recent estimates.
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=3x1aLAw_xkY&feature=emb_title
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCFJPDqKPgc&feature=emb_title

     The world at that time was not as globalised as today, so it is all a matter of the “right” virus coming along, which is inevitable given the genetic adaptation of viruses. The above video reminds us of the horrific nature of pandemics, with people dropping dead in the streets, bodies being stacked, and so on. This is forgotten by even scientists, as humanity is over-confident that technology will always deliver in time. But, what if it does not? China seems to be unable to control potential pandemics, given aspects of their culture, so we can expect a repeat of 1918 at some point, which is what globalism and cosmopolitanism is all about at the bottom line:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTt-fVViexE&feature=emb_title
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLp8CHeKQkI
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rUyz8MXorU
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggu0UwdSdD0

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Non-Used Swabs Testing Positive? By Brian Simpson

     Hey, all you fans of Coviddy out there, here are some videos to watch during our imprisonment. Reports of unused tests coming back positive? Surely not. Just more conspiracies, but we like it.
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WGd7MDOMVY&list=UUmvY_Q0pDd_IyolemhFG3pw&index=12
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEPGmXaqY2Q&list=UUmvY_Q0pDd_IyolemhFG3pw&index=13

     Whoaha! That one was so hot that Zucky plucked it while I was scratching this text out. View this stuff while one can if it is on the Tube. And, most enjoyable of all, visit a communist concentration camp 2020 style, seen by satellite. We know what to expect for the future. Nope, it seems a mighty much like home now.
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgd20i0k5go&list=UUmvY_Q0pDd_IyolemhFG3pw&index=15

The More Promiscuous the Greater the Cancer Risk By Mrs Vera West

     This applies to women, but I am sure there would be equivalent health problems for men too. The more sex partners (over 10!) a woman has the greater the cancer risk:
  https://cancer.news/2020-07-28-study-finds-women-with-10-sexual-partners-greater-risk-of-cancer.html#

“Now, according to an alarming study published in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, researchers have discovered that women who have multiple sexual partners are also more likely to be diagnosed with cancer.

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