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Posted by: Guest
07-21-2020, 09:21 AM
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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-20-2020, 10:19 AM
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https://www.bitchute.com/video/aNjeT1G6iGTh/

When whistle blowing conspiratorial videos get disappeared from YouTube and Vimeo etc. they usually find their way to Bitchute, like part one of "Plandemic" featured above.

[bitchute]https://www.bitchute.com/video/aNjeT1G6iGTh/[/bitchute]

The code above works for inserting a Bitchute video if you exchange the word video for embed.

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Posted by: Max Well
07-16-2020, 08:55 PM
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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-16-2020, 10:13 AM
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Ever wonder why they insist your get a Smart Meter installed on your home?

If you have a Smart Meter on your home right now, you may as well have a webcam following your 24/7…

Jerry Day explains all of this and more in his video below….

4:32

Doctor: Wireless Smart Meters Cause Illness


The new meters have not been properly tested and they can cause environmental health problems, according to the past president of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM).

Smart Meters Violate Our Basic Rights | The Freedom Pub

“The claim has been made that smart meters are safe and that no health risks exist,” stated Dr. Amy Dean. “However, [the] industry has not conducted independent studies or investigations to verify that claim.”

Dr. Dean, an Ann Arbor, Michigan, physician and most recent past president for the AAEM, reached her conclusion after reading a new reseach report.

“Recently, the AAEM received a 92-case series from outside the United States for review regarding smart meter health effects,” Dean said. “Based on this research, it appears that there is a direct correlation between smart meter installation and the development of health conditions…”

Dean named some of the health conditions associated with smart meters:

    Insomnia,
    Fatigue,
    Headaches,
    Cognitive disturbance, and
    “Other symptoms”

“Many of these are the same symptoms correlated with EMF and RF [pulsed radiofrequency] exposure found in the scientific literature,” Dean said.

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Posted by: July
07-15-2020, 12:43 PM
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Had two stores ask me to donate my change to charity because of a coin shortage. Is there really a coin shortage? Are the stores really donating all the change to charity? Is this another step towards cashless society? Officials said cash carried the Corona. Is the government really wanting to track all purchases?

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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-15-2020, 08:26 AM
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Florida beaches still busy despite coronavirus pandemic, amid pleas for social distancing
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When the propagandist can not achieve their desired outcome like emptying the beaches of patrons they have to step up their game. The problem is they end up overstepping and end up getting called out.


A major scandal for the healthcare system in Florida is brewing after an investigation has found that hospitals are over-reporting their positive coronavirus rates by substantial margins.

The investigation, conducted by Fox 35 News’s Robert Guaderrama, was originally launched after reporters found it unusual hundreds of hospitals and testing companies were reporting a 100 percent infection rate from administered tests. This would mean that every single person who received a test was sick with the virus — an unlikely scenario in even the most hard-hit of places. However, after reporters looked into the data, they found very different results. For example, Orlando Health had originally claimed that 98 percent of all those who had taken COVID-19 tests had tested positive. After Fox 35 News contacted the facility, they claimed that there were errors in the data. The amended number suggests that just 9.4 percent of patients tested positive — a change of almost 90 percent.

Similarly, Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center had posted a positivity rate of 76 percent on the state website. A spokesperson for the hospital later claimed that “this does not reflect” their true findings, and the rate is actually around six percent.Though reporters have sought to understand how there could be such a major discrepancy in the data, they received no response.

“It’s not the clinics. They are reporting the number correctly and it is getting changed on the FL Dept of Health website. They don’t know how or why it’s getting changed,” she wrote. The fact that negative tests have not been reported could have major implications for the true Florida coronavirus positivity rate, which currently stands at 12.6 percent.

This is not a Florida only phenomenon. It is a systemic US problem. The US with less than 5% of the world's population has 25% of all covid-19 cases and deaths? That is impossible and total BS.

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Posted by: July
07-14-2020, 07:15 PM
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Will we ever hear what Ghislaine Maxwell knows? For years conspiracy theorists have talked about pizzagate, Bohemian Grove and the rich & powerful preying on the under aged. Will Ghislaine Maxwell be the one to expose the rich and powerful? There was a rumor that she has a little black book. And why had it been 15 years since she saw Epstein?

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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-13-2020, 10:40 PM
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[Image: lockdown-lessons-pix-700x391.jpg]

By Daisy Luther

The lockdown that recently took place due to the pandemic was like a practice run for a bigger SHTF event. Many of our prepper theories played out and were accurate, while others weren’t as realistic as we thought beforehand.
People who weren’t preppers already learned a lot about why they would want to be better prepared in the future, but they weren’t the only ones who learned lessons. These preppers took a moment to answer questions about the lessons they learned during the lockdown. (Here’s an article about the things I learned.)

What did you learn about preparedness during the lockdown?


Trisha…
I learned two main things. First, I was very surprised at how strongly the isolation hit me. I am a person who is “energized” by interacting with other people. I knew that already, but I was shocked at how MUCH it affected me. Second, I got a taste of normalcy bias. I kept trying to see ways in which our situation was still “Normal”. As a school teacher of little ones for thirty years, I was pretty much used to switching into action immediately to deal with a crisis and putting my feelings on the back burner. So, I was shocked that it took me a couple of months to “accept” the changes in our lives and start looking for creative ways to make life work and meet our needs.

Maria…
I learned it is so important to pay attention to what’s going on and stay ahead of the crowd. My husband and I were able to stock up two weeks before everyone else panicked. I also learned my plan of being stocked up and shopping only for replacements is a great system. For example I have 3 jars of mayo on the shelf, when I open one I put it on the list to purchase next time and replenish. Same with Costco TP. Every time I shop there I grab one package. We didn’t even go through half our stock pile and I was able to leave it for those who really needed it. I also learned to listen to your instincts, inner voice, the spirit, God or whatever you call it. I listened every time and we have made it through very comfortably. Also, look for opportunities to help others prepare. I have gotten several people to prepare seriously because of staying ahead of everyone else. I couldn’t have done what I did with[out] Daisy and her spot on articles. Like I said earlier, they kept me two weeks ahead of the crowd.

Annabel…
That things happen really fast. If you act when things happen it is too late. Act now.

Judith…
That prepping is far more than one type of crisis. Organization of preps is vitally important ( I am still not where I need to be). Having a list of recipes and items needed helps with how and what to shop for. Alternative sources for cooking, cleaning etc. are important.

Maya…
...and many more...

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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-11-2020, 01:52 AM
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Mask Mandates are a terrible waste of Trees

[Image: 5e7cded7ba85ee690669c204?width=1035&format=jpeg]Mask mandates are not about preventing the spread of covid-19, it's about conditioning the masses to do as you are told or face the consequences.

On a side note, I've figured out how to float an image, left as in this case or right by adding pil or pir in bracket tags. The acronym is post image left or right depending on the last letter. Actual usages would look like this...

[pil]image/address[\pil] The text goes here including for right floated images.

Getting back on track, a virus in comparison to air passages in a mask is like a basketball in comparison to a open hanger door big enough to accommodate a jumbo jet. Masks offer little protection for the wearer or those around the wearer. It is not a of badge of honor that you dawn your mask when leaving the house. What it is, is a certificate of ignorance.

I live in Houston, 3 months ago I go into the local Walmart Super Center and maybe two or three people were wearing masks. Two months ago about half the shoppers were wearing masks. I went there a few days ago and I was the only one in the whole store without a mask on. The rent-a-cop door greeter hassled me on my way out. He takes my receipt, looks at it, looks at my cart and ask how many jugs of water did I buy. I knew but I wasn't going to tell him, I don't remember, whats it say?  He counts them off on the receipt and some of them are buried by groceries in the cart. HEY MAN! Do you have to be touching my groceries with your germie hands? Where are your disposable gloves?

He gives me my receipt and a dirty look, at least I think it was a dirty look, kind of hard to tell when they are wearing a mask. Later that day I found out that our Governor mandated a state wide mask usage policy when in public, lucky I didn't get arrested. That is what is going to be happening in the near future and I don't know if the handcuffs will come before or after law enforcement initiates you into club billy.

[Image: Snap-2020-07-10-at-01-54-11.png]The blue portion ot the image to the right depicts a white blood cell and all the small green globules are aids viruses. If someone punches you in the nose while wearing your mask, your mask is going to turn red from all the blood wicking through it. If blood can easily pass through a mask how much of a problem would a virus that is multiple times smaller than a blood cell have passing through a mask?

Scale of the small

GOP Rep. Becomes Weirdly Violent With Mask, Rants About Nazis In Bonkers Video

Here is an example of the MSM trying to gaslight the general public. They claim a certain politician comes off his rocker in regards to wearing masks. The video is broke and doesn't display on their site and there is no link to it. Just a long article on how crazy this politician is. This hit piece is designed to get you to make the mental leap that masks are essential and people who don't believe that are a menace to society. 

Link

Yet when you hunt down the video and watch it you find the guy is not the weirdo they are trying to paint him as.


Look at him, he is totally sane, he is wearing a hardhat eye & ear protection. Crazy, NO! Silly, maybe? They are targeting him because he is railing against the unconstitutional invasive overreach of governmental mask mandates, and the MSM is the propagandizing mouth piece of that mandating entity. So is he actually smarter than average? Ah, I don't know, he did start his video off by saying, "Masks Aren't Bad".  As I mention in the title, to force their use on everyone is a detrimental scourge upon the environment.

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Posted by: Lordy x2
07-10-2020, 02:44 AM
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After exhausting all the suggested simple email fixes I could find online, I ended up at square one. Starting from scratch and educating myself on how to go about authenticating an email so it can be delivered. In the leaning process I became aware that I needed to add a couple of files to the site's DNS records and my problems would be cured. I also learned how much work would be involved getting everything installed and correctly configured and all the on going maintenance entailed in running a mail server, and said screw this!

I went with a 3rd party solution. For a monthly fee Gmail will take care of serving your mailing needs and nobody will know the difference. After two and a half days, it took me 30 minutes start to finish getting a working mail system in place. G! I should have started there in the first place but I didn't want to spend the money, and if I want to add a few accounts like "admin@deepsubjects.net" it's going to cost more, so I don't see that happening.

It's a conspiracy! This is the only conspiracy site that has a fully responsive liquid layout. It took a while to get it styled but it's pretty kool! If you are on a desktop or laptop and grab a browser border and start dragging it toward the other border scaling down the window width everything scales with it, way down there under 300px wide. So as it sits this theme should be usable on any width mobile device.

I got twitter tags working, maybe, doesn't seem to be working in the preview pane on the editor page, we'll see what happens when we publish this post. Never mind, I have to turn off my ad blocking for this site for the sound cloud and twitter embeds to work.



I got soundcloud tags working.



I got the sub and super script tags working.

H2O, CO2 PI r2, Lordyx2

So much for the to-do did, now on to the to-do, to-do.

I need to add the preceding tags to buttons on the text editor along with a spoiler button. Similies, I need a bs flags, and picard facepalm, orsen wells clapping gifs, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.... Yeah I know they are immature but I got to have em. I don't know how to get them installed but I'm sure I'll figure it out. I also I want to add another major project and build a responsive dark theme. That's far from everything needing done around here, but what is listed should keep me busy for a while.

I got the user signature separator styled to my liking. Need to do it with text instead of an image.

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