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  • #31
    I need to make a point here.
    "The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) calculated the annual percentage of the U.S. population infected with the flu, and results showed that about 8 percent of the U.S. population gets sick from the flu—which translates to 26,176,000 million people a year. And, it’s estimated that 31.4 million people visit the doctor, and 200,000 end up in the hospital every flu season."
    Feb. 11
    "Flu season is hitting its stride right now in the US. So far, the CDC has estimated (based on weekly influenza surveillance data) that at least 12,000 people have died from influenza between Oct. 1, 2019 through Feb. 1, 2020, and the number of deaths may be as high as 30,000.

    The CDC also estimates that up to 31 million Americans have caught the flu this season, with 210,000 to 370,000 flu sufferers hospitalized because of the virus. "
    it looks like the 2019-2020 death toll won’t be as high as it was in the 2017-2018 season, when 61,000 deaths were linked to the virus."
    "Globally, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the flu kills 290,000 to 650,000 people per year. "

    I'm neither living in the past, nor in fantasy land.

    Let's get something clear here. The Jewish-owned mass media is ratcheting up the fear & panic. They do this to make big, splashy headlines AND, make Trump look irresponsible. They hope to somehow get HRC elected.
    At the same time, they force the jewish run federal reserve to demonstrate it's incompetence,,,, at dealing with the jewish (MSM) panic campaign. The FED is printing up a $trillion a day. How does that look?

    "Today, the political reaction to Covid-19 is causing something akin to a septic shock to the global economy."
    "Over the years since the 2008 crisis, central banks have been trying to stamp out every single small fire that flares up (the European crisis in 2011-12, the Chinese slowdown in 2015-16, the slowdown last year); but suppressing volatility and risk only creates bigger fires. Risk is like energy and cannot be destroyed. It can only be transformed."
    "In politics and economics, massive change events tend to happen not in orderly sequences, but in sudden spasms"
    "The critical finding of their experiments was that the distribution of sand avalanches obeys a mathematical power law: The frequency of avalanches is inversely proportional to their size. Much like forest fires, the less frequent they are, the more catastrophic they are.

    It’s the same with financial markets and the economy. We will experience years of quiet, interrupted by sudden avalanche. Years of slowly adding grains of sand can end abruptly — to our great surprise. Today in financial markets, many unsustainable trends have been building, and the coronavirus is merely the grain of sand that has tipped the sandpile."
    "Corporate debt in companies has never been higher and has now reached a record 47% of GDP.

    Rather than encouraging moderation, central bankers and policy makers have been reloading the all you can eat buffet and persuading everyone to come back for third and fourth plates. The European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan have been buying corporate bonds, and central banks have kept funding at zero rates, which has encouraged a massive increase in indebtedness over the past decade."

    "According to FactSet, 17% of the world’s 45,000 public companies haven’t generated enough cash to cover interest costs for at least the past three years. Debt has been used to finance more debt in a Ponzi fashion. The Bank for International Settlements looked at similar economic measures globally and found that the proportion of zombie companies — companies that earn too little even to make interest payments on their debt, and survive only by issuing new debt — is now higher than 12%,"
    "According to the IMF, a downturn only half as bad as 2008 would put $19 trillion of debt—nearly 40% of the corporate borrowing in major countries—at risk of default. The economic consequences would be horrific.

    Corporate debt has doubled in the decade since the financial crisis, non-financial companies now owe a record $9.6 trillion in the United States."

    Here is a good article showing that the FED is a one-trick pony. Their trick is no longer working. The FED is on their way out.
    BTW, I suspect that the CoVID tests are set up to show a positive for ANY corona virus.


    • #32
      Back to practical information.
      Traditional healers have used the bark of the Yew tree for millennia to cure various diseases. This bark can NOT be patented as a medicine because it is something that occurs in nature. There are over 600 drugs made from the Yew and, they can be patented. Obviously, it is better to use the whole bark instead of a derivative.
      I wrote a week ago that I had bought bark of the cinchona tree. I'm impressed with the mechanism by which it cures malaria. I speculated that it should work for other things.
      Chloroquine is the derivative that is used to treat Malaria. I speculated that the whole, natural bark would work better.
      HUGE! New Study Reveals Taking Chloroquine Fights Off COVID-19 in 6 Days and Works as Preventative for Coronavirus Infection

      Regardless of which virus attacks you, you should keep in mind that Cinchona has shown good results.


      • #33

        Last edited by BroMikey; 03-23-2020, 09:49 AM.


        • #34
          some great news for the world [fingers crossed]
          I think they will try to make this guy next president if this works ...

          starts tomorrow ??

          links from member Jimboot

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          • #35
            Y'all got 1 month to place your bets on the winning horse.



            • #36
              Democrats block McConnell from holding Monday morning vote on coronavirus bill


              Democrats block McConnell from holding Monday morning vote on coronavirus bill

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              Democrats block McConnell from holding Monday morning vote on coronavirus bill

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              Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) blocked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) attempt to set up a Monday morning vote on a stimulus package designed to shore up the economy in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, effectively delaying the vote until the afternoon.
              McConnell had vowed earlier Sunday that he would force a second procedural vote related to the stimulus package at 9:45 a.m., 15 minutes after the markets open.
              But when McConnell tried to lock in that time, Schumer objected, denying the GOP leader the consent he needed to enact his plan.

              Instead, the Senate will vote for a second time after they come into session at noon on Monday.
              Schumer said he and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were making “good progress.”
              “I think there’s a good chance we can have an agreement,” he said, adding that Democrats were “fighting for a better bill.”
              Mnuchin and Schumer have met at least six times on Sunday as negotiators have tried to find a path forward after talks appeared to unravel after a leadership meeting with Mnuchin, Schumer, McConnell, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).
              Democrats blocked the stimulus package from advancing for the first time on Sunday evening.
              McConnell knocked Schumer for delaying the vote, arguing that they would keep the markets in limbo for three hours or more, depending on what time the vote starts, instead of 15 minutes.
              "He's been unwilling to reach an agreement that his rank-and-file members and ours had pretty much reached," McConnell said. "Maybe there will be some miraculous coming together ... if not, we will now be voting at noon. "


              • #37
                Coronavirus common sense pablogood stuff, simple

                Chloroquine saves the sick. See report.

                Last edited by BroMikey; 03-24-2020, 01:34 AM.


                • #38
                  Originally posted by BroMikey View Post

                  Thx Aaron you are a positive, which is more than I can say for the crappy news network. V shaped recovery coming soon and stock market will soar to 40G'sResets are fun. Trump is letting us help him change the laws. A little change here and small amounts of lack for each reset. NO DEPRESSION GUYS GIVE ME A BREAK. That only comes during HRC, The Bush crime family, you get the drift. Stop living in the past Danny

                  I agree with that bounce back coming. All that pent up money people can't wait to spend on the sports, movies, etc... it might not be overnight but when we have the green light, we're looking at new record heights with record employment. There's going to be a huge move to bring even more manufacturing here and probably especially medical so we probably will see some serious growth here in those sectors over the next couple years. I can't wait!
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Aaron View Post

                    I agree with that bounce back coming. All that pent up money people can't wait to spend on the sports, movies, etc... it might not be overnight but when we have the green light, we're looking at new record heights with record employment. There's going to be a huge move to bring even more manufacturing here and probably especially medical so we probably will see some serious growth here in those sectors over the next couple years. I can't wait!
                    Oh I quite agree with the pent up feelings, when coffee break is over we will be all rested up and big things are going to take place in this country. Long over due.

                    On the hype out of the 350 million in the USA 10% or 34-35 million get the boogie woogie flu every year probably since the beginning of time, 1% or less hospitalized and a .01% of elderly dead that are in a weakened state already.

                    On Coronavirus projections look like this. 350 million in USA 1000 deaths every 3 months so the numbers are far far lower and yet all the focus is off the majority of those who are dying. Why? Humm interesting. So say a possible of 4000 deaths would be .001%

                    This is 1000X less than normal flu. Me? I feel like zhit, my head is pounding.The flu is a drag in any form.


                    • #40
                      ......................................Still gotta milk the cows.



                      • #41
                        FDA clears transfusions for very ill from persons who have survived and have antibodies

                        If you want to Change the world
                        BE that change !!


                        • #42
                          The news from the people.


                          • #43
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                            • #44
                              Bits of news;
                              They WANT it to spread - Kaiser Permanente threatens to FIRE nurses for wearing N95 masks treating CV patients
                              Amazon Workers Test Positive At 6 US Locations
                              Chief executives are leaving in record numbers this year, with more than 1,332 stepping aside in the period from January through the end of October, according to new data released on Wednesday. While it’s not unusual to see CEOs fleeing in the middle of a recession, it is noteworthy to see such a rash of executive exits amid robust corporate earnings and record stock market highs.

                              Last month, 172 chief executives left their jobs, according to executive placement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. It’s the highest monthly number on record, and the year-to-date total outpaces even the wave of executive exits during the financial crisis.

                              NV Dem Governor Issues Emergency Order Barring Use of Anti-Malaria Drugs For Coronavirus Patients
                              Scumbag TX Lt Gov Dan Patrick suggests elderly should All die to save economy from coronavirus
                              CV lockdown May destroy 37 MILLION US Jobs
                              US Box Office Records Zero Takings for the First Time Ever

                              Iceland Finds 40 Coronavirus Mutations ?ausing Fears of New Pandemic Prospects
                              Bolshevik LA County Sheriff orders gun stores to close considers them 'non essential' LA County ZOG wants you helpless & defenseless from Invaders
                              Los Angeles Mayor Shutting Off Water and Power For ‘Non-Essential’ Businesses That Haven’t Closed

                              Over 200 Million Americans' Private Records Exposed in Mysterious Data Leak
                              House Stimulus Bill Creates 'Digital Dollar' To Send Virus-Aid To The 'Unbanked' - Step One To Digital

                              Digital Currency Is In The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill
                              Fiat currencies may be gone by end of this year...Alasdair Macleod tells Keiser Repor

                              'Travel Papers' & The Pandemic Patriot Act 2.0
                              Calling those who oppose totalitarian CV measures COVIDIOTS
                              A Coronavirus Emergency Plan for Paying Your Bills
                              Yeah right. They have started closing banks.

                              The virus may be a phantom, the economic damage is not.


                              • #45
                                Here is an example of the stuff you post Danny. A bare faced lie. Chloroguine is safe and has been 20 yrs or more yet this is what people believe.