C-19 thought for the day

1/3 of health care workers refusing vax. Why? Are these medical professionals who have spent countless years of immuno/cardio/respiratory/ and every other medical studies, having daily real world experience with patient care, are these people stupid???

Or perhaps, are they seeing through the fraudulent political BS, and lying science of money hungry thieves, and do they know of a fact that human beings were never meant to bear face diapers, or to inhale their own bodily poison? Gee, now there’s a thought.

Maybe the medical people refuse the crap sandwich fed by Fauci because they know more than him, and they have no agenda other than being honest? Why are ER’s filled to capacity with people vaxxed, when they were told to simply ‘flatten the curve’ by being vaxxed? So who is really pulling the strings of total control of humanity??? How’s that evolution working out for ya……………

If you cannot see through the sham……..oh nevermind.

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19 Responses to C-19 thought for the day

  1. Doug says:

    “Or perhaps, are they seeing through the fraudulent political BS, and lying science of money hungry thieves, and do they know of a fact that human beings were never meant to bear face diapers, or to inhale their own bodily poison?”

    Perhaps if we ask their political party affiliation we’d get a better idea of the “science” they use for their decisions.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Hi Doug-
      Seems to not matter. People of all stripes are fed up with the obvious triplespeak- iIf you can’t de it by now.

      Remember back in the day: masks for a month: 3 mos/ 6 mos: ‘just another few mos/ etc.

      Science? Ha!

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      • Doug says:

        If you prefer to be suspect of government and not trust government or its institutions because everyone serving in it is corrupt, I guess that’s your own call to make. If you find it preferable to assign that corruption only exists with the “other” that might be running the show at the moment… then I find it easier to suggest you are incorrect. Mankind by nature is corrupt hence corruption exists, or not, based on the humans running the show… not a political party. Which leads me to the idea that we have simply lost faith in ourselves as humans, and as Americans we are all “patriots” who would die defending the Constitution, but no one has any damn FAITH in the document to the point of allowing it to work. Everyone is far too busy trying to interpret it their way to justify the America they want to have. No one is compromising.. and quite literally it’s all about grabbing for power in order to get revenge and assert dominance., policy be damned.
        I tend to trust humanity in general. When individuals violate that trust then that becomes my impetus to single them out.. not the system they might represent. I’m also a science believer as it’s always been a passive interest.. more a hobby thing than being specifically educated in a certain discipline. I perfectly understand how the medical community has been able to respond to the pandemic, as I also have faith in the folks running the show… like Fauci. I’m also an armchair humanist, and a behavioralist by my academics. But for me.. if there’s no faith in something, then there’s no faith in anything.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Tkx: some
          good thoughts but Doug/
          The ‘medical community’ you applaud are also the seasoned professionals who I cited who refuse the vax. Not ye cause of politics/ but because they speak of the ingredients in vax:

          Remember the heroes when staff worked through the initial wave before vax was approved? Now these same ‘heroes’ are labeled as criminal for endangering others? Really?

          Once more, they, through knowledge, reject such mandates- but I think this world problem is much larger than politics/ sone experiment gone bad? Natural? Man made? Still don’t know.

          It’s ugly however u see it- and there are no winners/ but allow people to decide for themselves if they want the jab. Seems fair-

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        • Doug says:

          Well, you could assume, I suppose, that someone, maybe even some pharma being accused of ripping off everyone and their mother, of slapping together a vaccine that turns off the heart and we all drop dead in a year.. or five years. Or we all need new kidneys in 3.5 years. I mean, dream your scenario. Everyone suffers or dies and takes the country, the world, with them. One has to have faith that the safeguards are in place to assure many hands initiate and sign off on the science and the resulting process.
          I’m sure you could easily dredge up a “scientist” somewhere that believes the world is flat. Not every scientist is going to agree with every other scientist, just as one lawyer has a different legal opinion as another… or no two people like the same pizza. There is also a rule of reasonableness. Is it possible some “star chamber” bunch with secret handshakes were collectively planning this pandemic, hence the vaccine popped up just in time? Sure… Hollywood says it’s possible, but is it realistically plausible given all the people who would have to be paid off in the scientific chain.. and be willing to accept such graft? Not likely at all. We are in an age of whistle blowers and tell-all book deals. No one can keep a secret anymore. THAT you can take to the bank. But still, is that infallible to rely on? Gotta believe in something.
          If nothing else I kept tabs on the effects from others taking the vaccine first. It’s impossible to keep all the hospitals in the county quiet should people start showing up in the ER with an extra arm growing out their back. Sure, we can always single out the exceptions who have suffered and died that would have lived (maybe) if they had not taken the vaccine… but it’s a numbers game… and/or at the discretion of the Almighty.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Your rule of reasonableness is precisely what

          I am saying. There is NO conclusive evidence how/why/where this COVID came from- therefore it is insane to demand something people who have other thoughts based on their choice by virtue of being human.

          Unless you are a rat in a cage which I am not.

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        • Doug says:

          Well, even that’s a good point. One person’s reasonableness could easily be another person’s unreasonableness. All a matter of perspective I suppose.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yay Doug some common ground.

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  2. sklyjd says:

    Remember CS there are so many conspiracy driven web sites, so called news commentators and unregulated social media sites, videos, radical politicians and scientists etc all spouting their opinions about what, why and how it is in regards to the whole Covid-19 situation. Well over half of it is pure lies and a large portion is mixed up with some truths and the minority are mostly facts often based on real science. The average human will believe what they hear and that is often on a repetitive basis from a favourite biased source of information. This is the basis of indoctrination where the BS wins over truth and facts. The call to not trust the government and reject the vaccine supported with the unofficial stated so called facts and lies about the effects on your body and the agenda of the dark paedophile forces taking over the country is enough to confuse at least half of the country.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Hi Steve- but these people who are opposed to mandates etc- are your average medical personnel-

      It seems there need not be a ‘conspiracy’ to complain against the tyrannical measures demanded by the powers that be.

      Sinister is too kind a word. Seriously though, and I present this to Doug also: would you not admit that face diapers worn on a regular basis, esp during any kind of labor- could actually make a persons immune system to shut down, which could explain the huge spike in ER visits?

      Then there is always the blatant hypocrisy of the elite partying maskless while they curse you if you do not sport one.

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  3. I’m a huge Trump fan, like everything about that man, but when he rolled out the vaxx, my antenna went up. They are still up! Everything I know about people, the pharma industry, and biology makes it all a huge “nope.” So those who think this is simply about politics are tragically mistaken.

    Really ironic that those who opposed the vaxx when Trump rolled it out now believe they have the right to try to force everyone to take it. I didn’t change, they did.

    As for the actual science, the health impact and side effects, most of the people I care a great deal about are vaxxed, so everyday I just pray that it’s not as bad as I suspect it is. I was recently at a protest, standing with a bunch of nurses, two doctors, a teacher, and some firemen. Three cheers for the firemen! Just saying, none of us are the fringe, or conspiracy theorists, or radicals or something. We’re normal people who are very concerned about what we are witnessing.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Love your last sentience. Hope our friend Doug sees it.

      And yep, hooray for the fire hose team. More normal people serving exceptionally well.

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      • Doug says:

        I think there’s a couple Doug’s floating around these parts IB chats with.. but yeah.. I’m likely the only anti-Trumper.
        Don’t “identity” me too specifically there, CS. I am severely anti-Trump, probably as much as IB claims she loves the guy. But here’s my “thing”… the folks that sign on to his… whatever… have as legitimate political concerns as anyone. But they can find another less volatile voice that won’t betray them, or our country, with his self-centered behavioral dysfunctions. I’ve never accused Trump people as being racist. Personally I find him and his politics (if you can call it that) far more serious than blah-blahing racism… at this point. Other more serious priorities at the moment. Also don’t mistake me for being a Biden/Liberal whatever.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Hey Doug –
          Was only drawing attention to the last line as I said for your sake/ ‘normal people.’

          But agreed, lots of normal people, like you, have opposite interests using the same information.

          Look at the Rittenhouse verdict today. Leftist heads are exploding because ‘normal people,’ having looked at evidence and law, arrived at a conclusion that to others was ‘not justice.’

          People judge incorrectly when emotion alone is used, and not facts. So in this sense, ‘normal’ takes a back seat-

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        • Doug says:

          I understand the context you were pointing out to me on the “normal” people thing. As for Rittenhouse… if one doesn’t like the justice imposed in this case it’s not about the “bad” prosecution, the “smart” defense… or how the jury performed. All the events for this “perfect storm” was the cause one one thing… open carry is legal in Wisconsin. It’s the law of the land… there and in other states… and given that we don’t question all the other “lack of common sense” exhibited by that young man all around. States with open carry are going to experience many more of these kinds of situations as gun laws become relaxed and as Americans of all mental capacities begin projecting their social angst through their firearms, whether they intend to use them or not. I said this in another post reply somewhere… this reminds me of the Colt firearms slogan from way back in the 19th century… “God created man, but Colt made him equal.” Carrying a weapon in public will fulfill a lot of social…. personification… from simple intimidation if you’ve been bullied… to some Freudian thing about penis size.
          But to me.. for as abhorrent open carry is… if it’s the law of the land.. I will defend it to death as being part of the Constitution. If we don’t like it.. tell your elected leaders and use your vote wisely to make change. As someone once said… democracy can sometimes be sloppy.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Use your comment as a springboard for a post Doug? Should generation a good discussion. 50% of people would be disappointed because of the verdict.

          But you will never know how many killings are prevented because of open carry? It’s a heckeva deterrent maybe-

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        • Doug says:

          Great minds.. 🙂 I was already putting something together. Seems across three blogs I dally in I’ve had to reply similar things. Figured I may as well. Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

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  4. SpaniardVIII says:

    Good post. I don’t know if you are aware of “the Stew Peters show” in Rumble, but he interviews many people who took the shot and who have become permanently handicapped. Very sad.

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