- Aug 18, 2006
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there's no conspiracy. "move along.. move along".
It's another case of someone learning something new to them and they think it's new to the world when it's always been that way and they just didn't know it. Most things like the the flu cause other things like pneumonia that kill you and then are counted as flu deaths. That's how it's always been and how it is with COVID. Nothing new or nefarious about it.I believe all the conspiracy theories and memes about the overreporting (“Run over by a combine? Eaten by a bear? Put them both down as COVID deaths!”), came from the report that the CDC gave guidance to list any deaths tied to COVID as COVID deaths. In other words, if you have someone with a heart condition who normally would have lived for another 20 years but caught COVID and passed away from heart failure due to the stress the disease put on his heart, they told hospitals to list that as a COVID death because—guess what?—it was! The patient wouldn’t have died from heart disease if he hadn’t caught COVID! However, the aluminum foil hat crowd ran away with that and twisted it to say that they’re telling, and later paying, hospitals to list each and every death as a COVID death. Keep in mind that this is coming from the people who think it’s okay to kill security guards who tell them to wear a mask, and wipe their noses on grocery store workers who want them to keep their distance.
The debt was 24 trillion before this. The president spent 2 trillion on the military, nobody batted an eye. We add 3 trillion to save the economy and help people and suddenly the debt is an issue.Our Economic Overlords control us, via the mechanism of "Debt". every man woman and child on earth will be paying for this debt, for generations to come. it takes the term "wage slaves" to a whole new level. this whole thing is a wet dream for the international banking system. just saying.
The 2 trillion spent on military happened in a very short time. Less than a quarter. You probably didn't even know about it and were not concerned about being controlled because of it. Who do you think is on the hook for the 24 trillion national debt? Individuals and families. They were already shackled to our financial overlords for generations to come.ah but that $3tn is only in the last quarter, alone. the worst is yet to come. and FWIW, it's not just government debt that is used to "control" people (and/or 'enslave' them LOL). the majority of corona-realted debt will be household debt. individuals & families will be shackled to Our Financial Overlords for generations to come. it's a wet dream for the international banking system.
The only thing like printing money IS printing money. Stimulus packages release existing money that has been locked away. The purpose of this is for it to be spent which helps stimulate an economy.t's the equivalent of printing money. The question is, why hasn't this triggered Weimar Republic or commie Venezuela-type inflation?
I actually did that. I usually get a cut once a month. So when I was finally able to get a hair cut first week of may, I paid her for two months. I mean technically yes, its the same amount of cutting for her, but hey... to me its twice the amount of hair. And she's a small business owner, a 1099 filer, not much in the way of unemployment benefits for them. Gotta stimulate the economy, right?The next time I get a haircut I'm going to pay the barber for all the haircuts I wasn't able to get because of the shutdown.