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Facebook post from TV station accidentally reveals more people are dying from the vaccine than the media is reporting

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A local ABC news station accidentally opened up Pandora's Box with a recent and now viral Facebook post. Currently boasting 64k+ shares, the post asked for stories about people that lost a loved one because they *weren't* vaccinated....what ended up happening was a massive deluge of comments from people that had lost loved ones right after the vaccine instead.

The number of actual deaths and side effects from the vaccine is something many suspect the media, Big Pharma, this illegitimate administration, and the CDC are personally covering up.

Apparently the CDC doesn't consider anyone that dies within 2 weeks of the vaccine as an actual "vaccination death" and of this post is as telling as it seems to be.....a LOT more people are dying from this vaccine than anything else.

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'Precarious': Energy prices in Europe hit records as wind stops blowing amidst already soaring costs

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Natural gas and electricity markets were already surging in Europe when a fresh catalyst emerged: The wind in the stormy North Sea stopped blowing.

The sudden slowdown in wind-driven electricity production off the coast of the U.K. in recent weeks whipsawed through regional energy markets. Gas and coal-fired electricity plants were called in to make up the shortfall from wind.

Natural-gas prices, already boosted by the pandemic recovery and a lack of fuel in storage caverns and tanks, hit all-time highs. Thermal coal, long shunned for its carbon emissions, has emerged from a long price slump as utilities are forced to turn on backup power sources.

Comment: UK citizens will envy Germany and its access to cheap and reliable Russian gas via the now-complete Nord Stream 2 pipeline; more so when a cold snap occurs - as is occuring an increasing frequency as our planet enters a period of cooling - and people are forced to choose between 'heating or eating':


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'Saturday Night Live' Alum Jim Breuer cancels performances over covid-19 vaccine mandates: 'I'm not going to be enslaved to the system'

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Comedian and former Saturday Night Live star Jim Breuer has cancelled two upcoming performances after the venues demanded that all ticketholders show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.

Jim Breuer announced on Facebook Live that he is withdrawing from stand-up engagements at the Wellmont Theater in New Jersey and the Royal Oak Music Theater in Michigan. "I'm not apologizing," he said. "I will not do a show where they force you to come out and laugh and the only way you can do that is that you need to get a shot? No!"

Breuer also called out virtue-signaling Hollywood stars.

"You may be a big celebrity," he said. "But you know what? That doesn't mean you're moral. It doesn't mean you're smart. It doesn't mean you're a good person. All that means is you're a slave to this [money]. You're a slave to vanity. You're a slave to the dictatorship to keep you on top of the mountain."

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Israeli anti-vaxx leader dies of COVID-19, claiming he had been poisoned by police

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Vials with Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine labels are seen in this illustration picture taken March 19, 2021.
Hai Shaulian, a well-known Israeli activist against coronavirus vaccines, died on Monday morning at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon due to the coronavirus. Shaulian called on his followers on social media not to get vaccinated against the virus under the headline: "There is no epidemic - the vaccine is unnecessary and dangerous."

Shaulian uploaded a video to social media from the time he was hospitalized. He said that "I am connected to an oxygen machine without which I suffocate. If I remove it and walk three meters - I faint. I cough hard and feel a lot of suffocation."

Later in the video, Shaulian complained about the treatment he received at the police station where he was arrested, saying that the policemen put their legs on his neck, and even claimed that "the Jerusalem police tried to poison me. I have never felt this way in my life. All week I struggled as if nothing had happened, but today I could no longer breathe and went to the HMO and from there I was evacuated to Wolfson Medical Center. If something happens to me - know that it's an assassination attempt."

Comment: It would be interesting to get more information about Shaulian's health before coming down with the disease (assuming he wasn't actually taken out). Coronavirus can certainly kill, but rarely if ever without some kind of underlying condition.

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Bitcoin crashes as El Salvador's world-first adoption gets off to bumpy start

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The world's number one digital asset, bitcoin, plummeted after El Salvador officially adopted the crypto as legal currency. The historic adoption was beset by protests on the streets and technical problems online.

The price of bitcoin dropped as much as 16% to around $43,100 after breaking through $52,000 late Monday. The cryptocurrency has managed to rebound since then, and was last down over 13% to trade at $45,512.

The fall has been attributed to a technological glitch that forced El Salvador's government to take the country's new digital wallet Chivo offline while it boosted server capacity.

"We have disconnected it while increasing capacity of the image capture servers. The installation problems that some people had were for that reason," President Nayib Bukele tweeted, commenting on the setback.

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Is it OK to buy a fake Covid-19 vaccination certificate? Almost a third of Russians think it's perfectly fine, new survey reveals

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The chief doctor of the State Medical Institution "KDP No. 121 DZM" Andrey Tyazhelnikov at the vaccination center for CAVID-19 in Gostiny Dvor in Moscow.
As the Russian authorities look to clamp down on people selling fake Covid-19 vaccination certificates, a new survey has revealed that nearly one in three Russians (32%) have absolutely no problem with those who have bought one.

In Russia, some employers are now demanding that their workers be vaccinated, leading to some of those opposed to inoculation looking for other methods to keep their job.

According to Moscow daily RBK, which saw data collected by SuperJob, nearly one in three Russians (32%) believe that it is justified to buy fake documents, with some thinking that a person should decide for him or herself whether to be vaccinated or not.

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Seven signs your friend or family member has fallen victim to the woke mind virus

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Covid is not the only virus sweeping the West, obsessively woke politics is running rampant with the most virulent variants emerging in newsrooms and colleges. As an acquaintance of mine slowly succumbed, here's what I observed.

There are certain traits that appear to be extremely common among people who are 'woke'. Woke being now a common term for those among us who become righteously incensed with progressive social justice issues (typical of mainstream Western media imbibers or recent university graduates). Often, we can see this obsession manifesting in the form of aggressive protest activism - not just as a hobby, but at every social, private, and professional level of their lives. That is a 'woke' personality.

While there are well-known physical markers indicating a woke person (blue or purple hair, obesity, androgyny, wispy beards in men, annoying spectacles) I have for some time been a curious student of their habits and psychological mannerisms, which I have also noted, along with the physical traits, to have universal qualities.

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US judge blocks NY vaccine mandate for healthcare workers

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A U.S. judge in New York on Tuesday temporarily blocked the state from enforcing a requirement that healthcare workers receive COVID-19 vaccines against the wishes of employees with religious objections.

U.S. District Judge David Hurd in Utica, New York in a written order said he was blocking the mandate from taking effect on Sept. 27 because it does not allow for exemptions based on workers' religious beliefs.

The order came in a lawsuit filed on Monday by 17 doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals who say New York's requirement violates their constitutional rights in various ways.

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Vaccinated Americans call it quits with friends who refuse to get the COVID-19 shot

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Even the best of friends break up over it. Vaccinated Americans have called it quits with friends who refused to get the COVID-19 shot.

Our survey of 1,000 Americans - conducted on Sept. 2 - examined why people have ended friendships in the last year and a half and found 16% of respondents have axed three pals from their lives since the pandemic began in March 2020.

Of those who ended a friendship, 66% are vaccinated and 17% don't ever plan to receive the shot.

Comment: The fact is, vaccinated people cutting unvaccinated friends out of their lives are probably doing their friends a favor. It's always important to know who your real friends are.

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Colorado Dunkin' coffee shop temporarily closes after staff falls from 15 to 3 - Couldn't find anyone to replace them

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A Dunkin' coffee shop in Colorado is temporarily closing after the number of staff fell from 15 to 3 and it couldn't find anyone to replace them.
A Dunkin' branch in Colorado Springs is temporarily closing its doors because it is struggling to find workers amid the labor shortage, The Colorado Springs Gazette reported.

Alex Apodaca, chief operating officer at JB Partners, an Arizona-based franchisee that manages seven Dunkin' stores in the area, told the outlet: "We just can't get people to work."

The west-side Colorado Avenue branch has been operating for 55 years. The store would usually have 15 employees on its rota. But that fell to three just before the store closed, Apodaca said.

Comment: This labor shortage is happening across the US as people, used to staying at home not working, are reticent to return to the daily grind. On social media it's being called "The Great Resignation," and has the appearance of a grassroots movement to not work. But it seems to play too neatly into the hands of the Great Reset crowd to be a spontaneous initiative.

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