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  • Vangelovski
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    Originally posted by Risto the Great View Post
    Seriously though, I need to know the silver linings about the covid strategies employed in Australia. Let me know urgently. I need a laugh.
    You honestly can't think of one single silver lining out of the Covid pandemic, including our response to it? Surely you can't be that superficial?

    You'll probably disagree with these if for no other reason than I wrote them.

    1. I think it woke up a lot of people to the fact that individual freedom and democratic governance is not guaranteed. Society needs to fight for them every single day. There are always politicians, statists and activists that want more power and control over our lives. I think government should be limited, accountable and easily changeable. Unfortunately for Victoria, clearly not enough woke up to that fact to vote Dan Andrews out.

    2. I think it woke up a lot of people to our economic over-reliance on China or the idea of over-relying on a single country for anything.

    3. Remote working became a widespread thing which I think has opened a lot of opportunities for:
    • working smarter (rather than being stuck in a office or in traffic)
    • keeping regional and rural areas and the farming communities they support viable by enabling more people to get jobs that allow them to stay
    • allowing people to spend more time with their families, either during lockdown or through remote working, which I think is the most important of all.


    Everyone else I know has found some silver lining, at least one. You are literally the first person that I've come across that was unable to think of a single one over the past three years. What a waste of time.
    Last edited by Vangelovski; 02-20-2023, 09:22 PM.

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  • Carlin
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    Dutch Intelligence claims Russia is preparing to attack oil & gas pipelines, submarine cables and wind farms in the North Sea.

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  • Risto the Great
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    Originally posted by Vangelovski View Post
    Wow Mr $400 an hour man. What about the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderburgs? Are they still in on it?
    It's all pretty hush hush. I normally wouldn't share it with government workers. Let me know the silver linings and I will tell you (in my cone of silence).

    Just think how much money I have made between these posts. It's mind boggling. Up there with Bezos I reckon. Seriously though, I need to know the silver linings about the covid strategies employed in Australia. Let me know urgently. I need a laugh.

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  • Vangelovski
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    Originally posted by Risto the Great View Post
    You forgot the Rockefellers and the Jesuits. Probably might want to look at the Rothschild patents applicable to covid while at it.
    Wow Mr $400 an hour man. What about the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderburgs? Are they still in on it?

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  • Risto the Great
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    Originally posted by Vangelovski View Post
    Please tell us more Mr $400 an hour. What is the Freemasons role in all of this? What about the Rothschilds? Twenty years ago they supposedly ruled the world, but you don't hear much about them anymore. What happened to them Mr $400 an hour?
    You forgot the Rockefellers and the Jesuits. Probably might want to look at the Rothschild patents applicable to covid while at it.

    But you have upset me so much. I don't know which sports car I will use to drive to which house I own in order to cry.

    But tell me about the silver linings. You sound as positive as Forrest Gump when he finally got his girl, Jenny (with AIDS). Seriously, instead of being a little man moaning about my hourly rate, put your money where your mouth is. What is the silver lining around covid? Put it in the covid thread if you like. Otherwise, you are talking shit just for the sake of it. I regard you as a charity case, pro bono here. (Not the Bono tied in with the WEF)

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  • Vangelovski
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    Please tell us more Mr $400 an hour. What is the Freemasons role in all of this? What about the Rothschilds? Twenty years ago they supposedly ruled the world, but you don't hear much about them anymore. What happened to them Mr $400 an hour?

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  • Risto the Great
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    Originally posted by Vangelovski View Post
    I think that during Covid it's possible that governments around the world saw some new disease coming out of China with all these people dying and just crapped themselves. I think it's possible they panicked and, being stupid politicians, really had no idea what to do. I think they were getting conflicting advice and trying to placate competing interests from various factions within government, from health lobbyists, from bureaucrats and the opposing views from the electorate. I think they massively fucked it up (but I also think some silver linings came out of it as well).
    I think you are way off the mark and blindingly naive. But I would love to know the silver linings part. Because, mostly, I enjoy a laugh. Please do tell me about the silver linings you have ascertained using your Gumpian perspectives on the matter.

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  • Risto the Great
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    You see, I barely register Hunt as a human being.
    You think the IMF has no agenda other than to help poor countries.
    You believe someone like Gates being the highest contributor to WHO means, what did you call it, "shit"?

    Wonderful timing of donations in the year of the manmade covid introduction to humanity (it increased much more in 2020/21):


    You will see the GAVI Alliance there with its core partners, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Bank and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

    You might have a role in Canberra cleaning the toilets, but Gates just flew in and commanded a meeting with your boss, Albanese. You think that's shit and means nothing because your vote means more than that. That's great. More power to you, Forrest. I can't help you see it, but I can offer you some peanuts.

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  • Vangelovski
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    Originally posted by Risto the Great View Post
    I gave you that article from an organisation owned by philanthropists because I was sure you would look at it critically and see how compromised it was. Further, I showed where the article was wrong and I gave you an example in taxation law which showed how mischievous legislation like that was. Meanwhile, you just sat there with your box of chocolates looking awkward.

    After 3 years of Covid response, yesterday was the first time it was admitted that natural immunity was real. Big pharma totally captured most nations. Africa escaped that capture (and escaped Covid funnily enough). Australia, like all the other captured nations are now indebted at unsustainable levels.

    Bill Gates is a corporate juggernaut. He has more influence over the World Health Organisation than any nation. They are pushing for a pandemic treaty now which will override all nation’s decisions. The WHO recently declared Monkeypox an epidemic. Aside from Vangelovski swinging from tree to tree, I have seen nothing in this nation that presents itself as a concern in relation to this. If the treaty was in place (and they are working hard on that) it would have further destroyed this nation by mandating toxic vaccinations and limiting our freedoms (no matter what the people of Australia want). Just like the myths of Covid did. Who voted for this, Forrest?

    Greg Hunt, the health minister who drove Australia into despair with the Covid response was former director of strategy with the WEF. Nothing to see here. How does he answer to people of Australia now that he is retired. Why have so many leaders around the world retired during the rollout of this most perverse era in history?

    Meanwhile, only the most gullible and simple of people believe the UN, IMF, WEF etc lack powerful influence and effectively shape nations with their strategies. Someone like Forrest Gump would believe all of their intentions are genuine. They would say things like:

    Reading the above quote reminds me of unicorns for some reason.

    Here is where the IMF requested lifting the moratorium on state owned lands (including agricultural)

    Ukraine receives a billion installment of its $17.5 billion financial support for the reform program of the government, following the IMF’s review of the country's economy.


    Awesome how USA corporations now own about a third of Ukraine’s arable land now.

    It comes to that black and white thing. When simple people say things like “IMF doesn’t do anything for profit, it just helps in times of emergency.” It must have been the International Monkey Fund the simpleton was referring to.
    Is this post really worth $400 an hour?

    There's so much shit here I don't even know where to begin. I will only comment on your black and white crap, which I've already dealt with before but anyway.

    You say I'm black and white, but that's because you're reading my posts with your black and white mindset. You're the most black and white (read shallow) member of this forum.

    This for example:

    Greg Hunt, the health minister who drove Australia into despair with the Covid response was former director of strategy with the WEF. Nothing to see here.
    Are you suggesting that because Hunt worked for the WEF 20 years ago (2000-2001) his sole life mission now is to implement a worldwide WEF conspiracy? And the only evidence you are able to provide is drawing a line between those two dots?

    I think that as a human being, Hunt is much more complex than that. I think that during Covid it's possible that governments around the world saw some new disease coming out of China with all these people dying and just crapped themselves. I think it's possible they panicked and, being stupid politicians, really had no idea what to do. I think they were getting conflicting advice and trying to placate competing interests from various factions within government, from health lobbyists, from bureaucrats and the opposing views from the electorate. I think they massively fucked it up (but I also think some silver linings came out of it as well).

    I don't think Hunt is a WEF zombie that has dedicated his life to implementing Klaus' dream. I think that he is much more complex in that he may agree with some of Klaus' ideas and disagree with others. I think he probably takes what he likes and discards what he doesn't. Much like the rest of humanity.

    Its these whimsy, shallow and ill-thoughtout theories that you harp on about that make you the black and white one. "America is evil. Corporations are evil. Russia is good". You're telling me I can't see the gray, but if you actually read my posts you'll notice that I usuallty only comment on very specific issues - I typically don't generalise like you do. You're a self-described 50 shades of gray, but where is your nuance that you say you have? I've never in all these years seen it anywhere.

    Finally, when I state an opinion I usually preface it with "I think". In English, that means the writer is not making an absolute, unqualified statement or claiming to state the truth. It just means that the following is the writer's opinion. It means the writer is acknowledging that they might be wrong, but it's going to require joining more than two dots, 20 years apart, to convince them. You seem to miss that completely.

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  • Karposh
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    It's been a while since I've posted and I just read through about 5 pages straight of back & forth comments. Some might look at this and say it's getting ugly but I think there's nothing overly wrong with expressing some strong points of view about the subject matter on a forum such as this. Civility has probably gone out the window but pfft, whatever, at least it's an honest debate.

    One clear picture that is emerging, I've noticed, is that each side of the debate is rubbishing the other's source of information on the gains/losses in Ukraine. Obviously each side will tend to believe their source of information and, if I'm being honest, I'd sooner believe the news coming out of Hindustan Times, even Russell Brand & the Redacted crew than anything the New York Times has to say. The New York Times has been continuously voted as the most left-leaning liberal newspaper in America for many years running. It is just another mouth piece for the deviant & twisted clown show that is the Biden Administration. In fact, calling the New York Times a news organisation is a bit of a stretch. Apparently, it used to pass as a professional and respected newspaper back in the 1970's and, maybe even during the early 80's but there's no way there is anything unbiased coming out of that cesspool of liberal-minded propaganda.

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  • Risto the Great
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    China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the U.S. owes the world an explanation for blowing up the NordStream Pipeline. He also claim the western media is complicit in America's crimes and why the U.S. Government isn't protecting its own people with this train derailment in Ohio.

    (Video on link)

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  • Risto the Great
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    Originally posted by Vangelovski View Post
    What semantics? RtG claimed corporations control governments, then provided a completely irrelevant article and then provided an article that actually refuted what he was saying. You come in with some whinge about semantics. Do you also charge $400 an hour for your half a cents worth?
    I gave you that article from an organisation owned by philanthropists because I was sure you would look at it critically and see how compromised it was. Further, I showed where the article was wrong and I gave you an example in taxation law which showed how mischievous legislation like that was. Meanwhile, you just sat there with your box of chocolates looking awkward.

    After 3 years of Covid response, yesterday was the first time it was admitted that natural immunity was real. Big pharma totally captured most nations. Africa escaped that capture (and escaped Covid funnily enough). Australia, like all the other captured nations are now indebted at unsustainable levels.

    Bill Gates is a corporate juggernaut. He has more influence over the World Health Organisation than any nation. They are pushing for a pandemic treaty now which will override all nation’s decisions. The WHO recently declared Monkeypox an epidemic. Aside from Vangelovski swinging from tree to tree, I have seen nothing in this nation that presents itself as a concern in relation to this. If the treaty was in place (and they are working hard on that) it would have further destroyed this nation by mandating toxic vaccinations and limiting our freedoms (no matter what the people of Australia want). Just like the myths of Covid did. Who voted for this, Forrest?

    Greg Hunt, the health minister who drove Australia into despair with the Covid response was former director of strategy with the WEF. Nothing to see here. How does he answer to people of Australia now that he is retired. Why have so many leaders around the world retired during the rollout of this most perverse era in history?

    Meanwhile, only the most gullible and simple of people believe the UN, IMF, WEF etc lack powerful influence and effectively shape nations with their strategies. Someone like Forrest Gump would believe all of their intentions are genuine. They would say things like:

    Originally posted by Forrestovski
    If by the IMF you mean the International Monetary Fund, that's not a corporation or a bank. It's an international organisation made up of member countries that provide emergency funds. There is no private profit involved.
    Reading the above quote reminds me of unicorns for some reason.

    Here is where the IMF requested lifting the moratorium on state owned lands (including agricultural)

    Ukraine receives a billion installment of its $17.5 billion financial support for the reform program of the government, following the IMF’s review of the country's economy.


    Awesome how USA corporations now own about a third of Ukraine’s arable land now.

    It comes to that black and white thing. When simple people say things like “IMF doesn’t do anything for profit, it just helps in times of emergency.” It must have been the International Monkey Fund the simpleton was referring to.

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  • Risto the Great
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    Originally posted by Vangelovski View Post


    No, you're Mr $400 an hour.
    I'm worth much more than that. I pretended I was Forrest Gump in that message because only a dim moron believes USA isn't involving itself in Ukraine without expectation of control. Someone like you.

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  • Carlin
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    Seymour Hersh: "I have access to a lot of people who see things. The stories I've been hearing about the war have been pretty dire. Right now it's just a question of how many more of his own people Zelensky wants to kill. It's going to be over."

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  • Vangelovski
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    Wagner head Yevgeny Prigozhin says ‘bureaucracy’ has held Russia back and predicts Bakhmut will fall by April.


    Russia launched 36 missiles, choosing 36 out of tens of thousands of potential targets. They must have been very important.

    For a country that supposedly isn't running out of critical materials and high-tech components, its sure using its "massive" stockpile vary sparingly and for some reason buying drones from Iran and artillery shells from North Korea.

    The Battle of Bakhmut, which only began in 9 months ago in May 2022, will surely be concluding any day now and the Russians will be able to use it to advance towards...well, no one's really quite sure why they want Bakhmut. Maybe they've run out of salt. Some analysts think they need it to advance to Slovyansk, but they could attack that from the north through Lyman. Or, they could forget about both towns, by-pass them, and maneuver these tanks they're always bragging about through the fields rather than driving them along the highway in a tight column and making them easy targets like they have been doing for the past year. Let's say Bakhmut isn't about the salt and it's really about targeting Slovyansk. Where to from Slovyansk? Well, nowhere really. Nowhere that you can't get to from other places. Though, according to Wikipedia, Slovyansk is an important health resort, providing spa treatments and mud baths using mud from the bottom of salt lakes located nearby. I reckon that's it. The Russian genius of it all.

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