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    Dentist some time later confirmed my suspicion, that dissimilar metals was generating a current. His only question was about handles, wood with lots of exposed contact-metal.

    Electronics Tech (friend) once told about a guy he worked with in the Yankee navy, could occasionally feel an odd pulsing sensation, when working up the Sharp End. Not unpleasant, just "diffERAnt. Never knew or worried, but one day happened to look up at the main radar dish......

    So Yes, 'They' are among us !!!

    CRIPES! I'd better watch out James. Overlooking here is the Main Aircraft Tracking Radar for Ad. Int & all AC that go to Perth & elsewhere these days. If there wasn't a tree in the way I could actually see it but I have wondered why my ears felt like they were burning at odd times & thought it was indoors talking about me to a girlfriend.


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    Wow, looking for bamboo paper in old ballots? conspiracy theoriesconspiracy theories
    Some have been partaking of a little KoolAid methinks. conspiracy theories

    Arizona'''s Republican-run election audit is looking for bamboo-laced "China ballots."

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    Grasping at bamboo straws, methinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    Grasping at bamboo straws, methinks.

    As long as they ain't plastic ones or they'd get the boot. Well in SA they would. ( Thought bubble. Bamboo straws should be easier to grasp than Plastic jobs, IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDNSW View Post
    Vaccine passports have a long history, and, I believe are still required by some countries, possibly including Australia, for entry from countries with endemic yellow fever. Just that you never hear of them today because there are so few real disease hot spots - until the last eighteen months.

    So why is there a problem with them now, when they have been universally accepted for well over a hundred years?

    I have an old one from years ago - I can't remember why I needed to get a yellow fever vaccination, possibly to get into Burma forty years ago.
    Absolutely they are.....It would be pretty easy to add coronavirus in there amongst all the others.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    Wow, looking for bamboo paper in old ballots? conspiracy theoriesconspiracy theories
    Some have been partaking of a little KoolAid methinks. conspiracy theories

    Arizona'''s Republican-run election audit is looking for bamboo-laced "China ballots."
    some of the replies are amazing like" look for peking duck sauce, or papyrus reed traces as it was the Mossad and maybe it was the russians and use a mass spec to look for vodka or siberian husky hairs traces" or a false flag operation by someone else

    The real reason is to confuse and bombard their supporters with even more "information" that aligns wuth their world view, the US education system must be realling failing over the last 30 years,
    Quand le pillage devient un moyen d'existence pour un groupe d'hommes qui vit au sein de la société,
    ce groupe finit par créer pour lui-même tout un système juridique qui autorise le pillage et un code morale qui le glorifie.

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    NEW: Medical experts and the CDC said it’s not biologically possible for the COVID-19 vaccines to “shed” or affect unvaccinated people, despite what anti-vaccine activists claim.......................

    https://twitter.com/PolitiFact/statu...16854569222146

    or this might be the real truth...... might be a version of the killer sperm theory back in the day
    https://twitter.com/Cinder39/status/1390317838884352000
    Quand le pillage devient un moyen d'existence pour un groupe d'hommes qui vit au sein de la société,
    ce groupe finit par créer pour lui-même tout un système juridique qui autorise le pillage et un code morale qui le glorifie.

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    Some Israelis are not happy little rock-badgers about the Pfizer jab, the one exclusively used there, allegedly more adverse events than Europe claims from Astra Zenecas......

    Israeli People Committee's Report Find Catastrophic Side Effects Of Pfizer Vaccine To Every System In Human Body | GreatGameIndia

    And we're seeing more of these kinds of stories, legal action taken to 'enforce' a treatment.

    Ivermectin Can Save Pandemic Lives Today | Letter to the Editor | thedesertreview.com

    And for REALLY contraversial stories, let's not get started on twitter.... (tweets are censored eventually, anyway)

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    Quote Originally Posted by superquag View Post
    Some Israelis are not happy little rock-badgers about the Pfizer jab, the one exclusively used there, allegedly more adverse events than Europe claims from Astra Zenecas......
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    I wonder if the Israelis finding problems with the Pfizer vaccine is related to the fact that the company that developed it (BioNTech) was founded by Turkish (and presumably Islamic) refugees in Germany?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDNSW View Post
    I wonder if the Israelis finding problems with the Pfizer vaccine is related to the fact that the company that developed it (BioNTech) was founded by Turkish (and presumably Islamic) refugees in Germany?
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    And the CEO of Pfizer is ..... ?

    (Pfizer CEO, son of Holocaust survivors, joins Israeli embassy Hanukkah lighting | The Times of Israel )

    speaking of 'vaccines'... Guess what is the most % 'jabbed' country ?





    Seychelles, with >62% adults poked.

    But... It's experiencing a "surge" in COVID infections with around 1,000 still-active "cases", as of a few days ago. Yet a third have had the full Monty of either AZ or China's Sinopharm jabbing-juice.

    Inspires Confidence in Science. - NOT.

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