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24/11/2020
11:54
Investing, 'The arch villain may yet be the saviour :)' Have to agree with that and also interesting to watch the Globalist State Media daily reporting on this. Rudy's hair vs Dominion. It's a tale of two disasters but one will fock us all up with Disaster Capitalism and the other with microchipped green fascism. I'm enjoying watching Sydney Powell and interested to see her 'biblical' revelations.
supersonico
24/11/2020
09:30
Super, We're off subject again, but if the below is true and 'Sidney' is successful, then good. The political cesspit does need sorting. The arch villain may yet be the saviour :) "Other commentary Sidney isn’t a formal part of Trump’s legal team because she will be primarily going after REPUBLICANS involved in voter fraud! Both parties have been engaged in election fraud for decades, and its time to bring down ALL these criminals regardless of which Party they are from" I read the following in the paper yesterday from Greg Norman, ex golfer "Norman, who has built several successful businesses since retiring from golf, recently put his stunning hunting ranch in Colorado up for sale, for a mere £32million. He also stirred up a storm with a series of comments in support of President Donald Trump. “(From) my business perspective, he’s done a phenomenal job,” Norman said. “He has ¬≠pretty much stuck to all his promises he made when he was elected. “Very few people who are elected as president follow through on their promises. “Yes, he is bombastic; yes, he has a different style; but to see him actually commit to his word about what he wants to do is actually pretty impressive. “And it’s having a domino effect on the American economy, it has a domino effect on people I employ.” Source: hxxps://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/13271541/greg-norman-shorts-beach-dog-bulge/
investingisatrickygame
24/11/2020
07:35
Jim Rickards @JamesGRickards ¬∑ Trump's legal strategy now becoming clear. Not easy to discern through the media fog. Three salients: Sidney Powell is attacking Dominion Systems. Lin Wood is raising Constitutional claims (Art 1, Sec 4). Giuliani is pursuing recounts and mail-in fraud. Vectors converge on Dec 8. Other commentary Sidney isn’t a formal part of Trump’s legal team because she will be primarily going after REPUBLICANS involved in voter fraud! Both parties have been engaged in election fraud for decades, and its time to bring down ALL these criminals regardless of which Party they are from
supersonico
21/11/2020
15:41
Eden recruited more clever folk but Unmentionable not telling us who they are.. sort of like he forgot to tell us about TT. Easily done. hTTps://www.linkedin.com/search/results/people/?facetCurrentCompany=%5B%223142579%22%5D&origin=COMPANY_PAGE_CANNED_SEARCH
supersonico
20/11/2020
19:26
Mick...What did the Discovery documents show in the Bayer/Roundup case about Monsanto front groups, ghost writing , scientific fraud , scientist discrediting, captured regulators , jury tampering,.? Did you follow it? like you followed the Assange case ? it looks like you did. Do you think Monsanto's behaviour was a one off? This tells us it's endemic. EcoHealth Alliance orchestrated key scientists’ statement on “natural origin” of SARS-CoV-2 hTTps://usrtk.org/biohazards-blog-index/ Do you see the pattern yet. If your still sceptical of there motives watch the 73 year old Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi most quoted Microbiologist in Germany tell you what he thinks. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnpnBYgGARE&t=409s or you can carry on reading the same press that intentionally misinformed you about Assange. ........................................................................................................................................................ @SidneyPowell1 says The servers was confiscated the other day and she’s hearing it was our forces that got them. hTTps://twitter.com/i/status/1329861322553626626
supersonico
20/11/2020
18:13
More than 110,000 people are now dying from measles every year. The WHO, the health arm of the United Nations, has listed vaccine hesitancy as one of the top 10 threats to global health in 2019 . These tragic numbers are caused by the growing fear and mistrust of vaccines—amplified by internet doomsayers. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.—Joe and Kathleen’s brother and Maeve’s uncle—is part of this campaign to attack the institutions committed to reducing the tragedy of preventable infectious diseases. He has helped to spread dangerous misinformation over social media and is complicit in sowing distrust of the science behind vaccines. hTTps://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/05/08/robert-kennedy-jr-measles-vaccines-226798 Please stick to topics related to Eden...not speading false information.....
33mick
20/11/2020
15:08
Well it is related ..sort of Brucie Swedish Noir :) Sorry
supersonico
20/11/2020
15:05
Well let's stick to Eden... Results expected.... At least we can always rely on that!
brucie5
20/11/2020
15:04
I bet all the 100's of people who stumped up his bail money ...how many £100,000s ???? and lost it share your thoughts too.. strangely mostly all women!
33mick
20/11/2020
14:37
You won't get any sense out of Super at the moment Bruice...it's been a very tuff week on planet Sonico. Someone had the nerve to ask for Understandable English insted of the "ever clever cryptic" tosh Links to ambulance chancing loony lawyers Autism causes by vaccines..no it's not Now an Assange fan club member...he's a wanted rapist! That's according to Sweden not witch hunting BBC.. I think you ought to stick to rubbing your crystal ball about! Eden and maybe we could claim a bit of lockdown cabin fever in your defence.
33mick
20/11/2020
14:22
Neither Dominion (whose name suggests to me the labour of a rather bad conspiracy script writer. I could have done better. ) nor Rudy's hair arrangements are of any interest to me, tbh. As for Rudy, he's fallen a long way since he was hero of the hour in 2001. His willingness alone to be Trump's attorney calls both integrity and judgement into question. You will recall the fate of Trump's earlier lawyer, and Giuliani knows full well the character of his client. If I was to chose a conspiracy it would be that Trump knows full well he's lost but is seeking to put off the inevitable for as long as possible, while railing up his base, to secure his power base in the GoP, who are already beholden for the blue collar votes he delivers. Furthermore he may even be a bit frightened of the financial state of his hotel based real estate empire, largely underpinned by huge debt, which has enabled him not to pay taxes for years. Jail time a real possibility. And that's my conspiracy. How do you like it?
brucie5
20/11/2020
14:08
Brucie, So did you see Dominion before Rudy's Hair Dye? or was it me who alerted you to that? Yes I to had faith in the Guardian until they shat on Assange and I share your aversion to the news sites you reference.
supersonico
20/11/2020
14:00
supersonico20 Nov '20 - 13:42 - 8367 of 8367 0 0 0 Brucie5, It's also not my problem your algorithms only point you one way, eg your hearing about Rudy's hair dye not Dominion. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Well, algorithms are indeed an interesting and dangerous aspect of our times, where we are simply pointed to more of what we already believe. It's a prime example of where capitalism, enabled by the internet, corrupts democracy, which relies on some measure of wisdom residing in the greater number of voters. Some would say that the 2016 Referendum is a prime example, as exposed by Carole Cadwallader, who is being sued for her pains. But regarding my own ownership by algorithms, that may account for the fact that I have not been guided to Alex Jennings' InfoWars, nor to the website of David Icke, not indeed to Sun, Daily Express, Daily Mail... I could go on. They know I'm not interested, just as certain kinds of salespeople know I'll just give them a thick ear if they try to sell me something I don't need and certainly don't believe it. On the other hand, it's true I gravitate by default to the BBC (fact checked as a public service broadcaster) and the Guardian, which is at times highly tendentious, but yes, to my way of seeing the world, as a whole. (Though not always). And to the FT at weekends. And then of course to innumerable financial sites, including this one, where my algorithms have decided I should engage for a while with a poster whose intelligence I respect, but whose views on this particular subject I find severely out of kilter with my perception of her other posts. All in all it makes for an interesting and diverse list of exposures. Happy to be owned by that kind of algorithm. ;)
brucie5
20/11/2020
13:42
Brucie5, Piffle is that a greek savoury Trifle?:) Fair enough but this guy has the same concerns. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n8PvC0VexU&feature=emb_logo Further ..Covid is not a Hoax but the PCR tests are. They are being used as a so called scientific basis for the Lockdown and potential rushed mass vaccination when only 1% need protection. All from vaccine companies with full indemnity from damages. It's also not my problem your algorithms only point you one way, eg your hearing about Rudy's hair dye not Dominion. However I do like your ironic 'widely recognised' comment.
supersonico
20/11/2020
13:02
Super, that's piffle. Everything that the guy 'claims' could with far more legitimacy be claimed for the other side. The problem with media in the US and increasingly everywhere, is that you can find something to exactly reflect your own prejudices. Fox news has been a prime example, except now that Murdoch has decided to ditch Trump, it is now seen as being on the Dark side. We actually need better media, that is fact checked. Partisanship is inevitable, but unchecked lies should be contested. I'm sure you agree. So I come back to the basic, self-evident fact that Trump is a notorious liar. Seven of his former henchmen are either in jail, have been in jail or are facing charges. the last one of course, is Steve Bannon, charged with embezzling funds intended for the infamous 'wall'. Trump is also counter-factual, on practically everything from climate change to quack cures for COVID, which of course he first branded a 'hoax'. Furthermore, he actively encourages conspiracies, like Q.Anon, which are deeply pernicious. In conclusion, lies, counter-factuality and the encouragement of baseless conspiracies are not a great basis for an overthrow of an election result, which has been widely recognised as legitimate. I'll say no more, but just wanted to challenge what has been either said or implied by that link.
brucie5
20/11/2020
12:30
JP looks at How a civil war could start; hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6luFJvZt-og&feature=emb_logo
supersonico
20/11/2020
12:06
Brucie5 I think we all know that Politicians lie en masse or at least seem to, don't they. We've had our own problems here in the UK right down to expenses scandals. Africa seems to be politically corrupt, South America. Probably easier to identify a country where Politicans don't lie? The primary difference for me with Trump is he isn't a Politician and doesn't act like one. He plays to the ordinary guy on the street and with that population growing because the rich are getting richer, he is, in my opinion, bound to be popular. That can only grow further as middle class jobs will also get sacrificed in the technical advancements that are taking place. I suspect many are sick of Politicians and the same old and so, if his law team is correct and irrefutable evidence does come out in Court resulting in the capitulation of the political elite, wouldn't that be a good thing? Let's face it, if they don't produce the required evidence, Biden is President and Trump is no longer, so what is there to lose.
investingisatrickygame
20/11/2020
12:02
Ditto Weywey, I'm no Trump fan but what is being defended here by the Trump Lawyers is about the fairness and probity of the democratic system. That perception of fairness and trust in the system is fragile especially at the moment. It's crucial for the sake of all Americans that trust is maintained and the rule of law is maintained by thorough investigation and dismissal if necessary in a law court of the evidence to the contrary.
supersonico
20/11/2020
11:54
I don't believe a word Trump says, but that doesn't mean that there isn't something dodgy with the Dominion voting machines.
weyweyumfozo
20/11/2020
11:44
Fair points. But on Trump I guess we must agree to differ. Lies are his default, and so he attracts people to his side who are either like him, opportunistic, or conspiracy minded, or else purely naive. There are plenty such. and he has been proclaiming for some time that he would never accept a verdict that went against him. He said the same in 2016, though that changed when he won. Kind of makes it difficult to believe a word he says.
brucie5
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