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Farzad 
2 hours ago

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Farzad 
3 hours ago

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https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/


Farzad 
3 hours ago

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The U.S. Is Trying to Turn China Into the Next Iran

The Trump administration is in the midst of the most profound shift in U.S. strategy toward China in almost half a century.

Between the pandemic and the protests, it was easy to miss. But for the last several months, the U.S. has been quietly adjusting its approach to China, going beyond President Donald Trump’s tweets and speeches.

Since April, the Trump administration has been warning federal pension funds against investing in indexes whose portfolios include large Chinese companies. It has tightened export-control regulations, suspended visas for students and regime officials and pressed for more transparent accounting standards for Chinese companies that trade on U.S. stock exchanges. Last month the State Department required a second batch of Chinese state media to register as foreign agents with the Justice Department. And administration officials tell me they are currently debating whether to follow India’s lead and press U.S. platforms to drop the Chinese social media app, TikTok.

Individually, these actions don’t add up to much. Taken together, however, they amount to a serious effort to decouple the U.S. and Chinese economies, the most profound shift in U.S. strategy since Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon visited Beijing in 1972.

https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-07-09/the-u-s-is-trying-to-turn-china-into-the-next-iran


Farzad 
3 hours ago

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Interesting Ali.P 


Ali P. 
4 hours ago

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What's interesting is that Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by FBI right after US Attorney Geoffrey Berman was fired by Trump!

Geoffrey Berman was the US Attorney who prosecuted Epstein last year and put him in jail.  He would also be the one prosecuting Ghislaine Maxwell right now, if he was still in office.

Now everyone assumes Trump fired Berman because he prosecuted Michael Cohen (Trump's former personal attorney) and was now going after Rudi Giuliani (Trump's current personal attorney).

But the timing of the firing is suspicious.  Is it possible that FBI had located Ghislaine Maxwell's hiding place a while back, and Trump decided to get rid of Berman before Maxwell was actually arrested?  We know that since Epstein is dead, Ghislaine Maxwell is the only LIVING person who can identify all the big powerful names that were involved with Epstein and his sex trafficking.  Berman would have probably forced Maxwell to give up ALL the names (as the article below suggests with the "Queen For The Day" strategy).  But now with a new US Attorney appointed by Trump and Barr, they can control whose names are revealed and whose names will stay secret!  Trump will waste NO TIME to reveal that Bill Clinton (or any other Democrat) may have been involved, while he would probably protect his British allies.

Of course these are just theories.
 



Ali P. 
4 hours ago

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You may want to watch this video before reading the article I just posted:








Ali P. 
4 hours ago

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A very good article explaining what we may expect from the Maxwell prosecution.


"Queen for a Day" - how Ghislaine Maxwell could be striking a deal with prosecutors


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HAMVATAN 
6 hours ago

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You asked for it:

Noam Chomsky: 'Ronald Reagan was an extreme racist — though he denied it'


Gorbi 
7 hours ago

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Zinsky  
11 hours ago

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Why Do Things Keep Blowing Up in Iran?
Israel? The U.S.? The mysterious “Homeland Cheetahs”? Just accidents? Whoever’s responsible, it’s having an impact.

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/07/iran-explosions-nuclear-natanz.html


Gorbi 
11 hours ago

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Zinsky, tRump's greatest asset is standing in front of people and bullshitting and captivating the gullible for a couple of hours. As a reality TV character and salesman, he is very good at that. Covid has taken that away from him, he can't fill arenas with hillbillies any more, so he has lost his best tool. That said, just the fact that he is running for second term should scare the shit out of anyone with IQ above 10.


Zinsky  
11 hours ago

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Tehran (AFP) - Iran has said it will strengthen Syria's air defences as part of a bilateral military deal aiming to "fight terrorism" and counter American pressure.

Key US ally Israel, Iran's arch-enemy, has launched hundreds of strikes in Syria since the start of a civil war there in 2011, including against Iranian forces.

Iran, one of President Bashar al-Assad's main allies in the conflict, has always denied sending forces to fight in Syria, saying it only has military advisors there.


Zinsky  
11 hours ago

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They Can’t Stomach Trump. They’re Sufficiently Comfortable With Biden.

Some voters who disliked both nominees in 2016 chose a third-party candidate instead. Now, many of them are shunning President Trump and are ready to back Joe Biden.


Gorbi 
12 hours ago

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You can vote for your favorite

Asia’s Greatest FIFA World Cup Goals – Semi-final 2

Kuala Lumpur: After tens of thousands of fans from throughout the footballing world cast their votes last week, the race to decide Asia’s Best FIFA World Cup goals continues.

In a second semi-final featuring 10 more Asian World Cup classics, this week’s selection features some of the continent’s all-time greats, all delivering moments of magic on the game’s biggest stage.

There are fabulous free-kicks, blistering breakaways and scorchers from distance, but which five goals will advance to next week’s final?

Cast your vote below from our list of nominees:

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Faisal Al Dakheel – Kuwait
v Czechoslovakia, June 17, 1982

AFC Asian Cup winners in 1980, Kuwait’s first ever match at Spain ‘82 produced not only their first FIFA World Cup goal, but one of outstanding quality.

Faisal Al Dakheel had been one of the shining lights in the team that became Asian champions two years earlier, and he made an instant impact on the world stage, slamming home a 30-yard piledriver to help his side claim an impressive 1-1 draw on debut.

Faisal Al Dakheel – Kuwait

Hwangbo Kwan – Korea Republic
v Spain, June 17, 1990

Trailing Spain by a single goal in their group stage match in Udine, Korea Republic needed a spark to keep their campaign alive, and it was duly provided by Hwangbo Kwan.

Hwangbo Kwan – Korea Republic

Teed up by captain Choi Soon-ho, his 30-yard thunderbolt was too hot for Spanish goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta to handle, providing a brief moment of glory in an otherwise unsuccessful tournament for the Koreans.


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Fahad Al Ghesheyan – Saudi Arabia
v Sweden, July 3, 1994

In a maiden World Cup packed with Saudi highs, even the match which ended the Green Falcons’ run at USA ‘94 produced a superb goal from Fahad Al Ghesheyan.

Staring down a Round of 16 elimination with just over five minutes remaining, the Al Hilal striker turned a Swedish defender inside out before hammering the ball into the roof of the net to ensure Saudi Arabia’s excellent tournament finished with the final flourish it deserved.


Mehdi Mahdavikia – IR Iran

Mehdi Mahdavikia – IR Iran
v United States, June 21, 1998

In an eagerly anticipated fixture, and with Team Melli already a goal up thanks to Hamid Estili’s first-half header, Mehdi Mahdavikia put the seal on a famous win with a lung-bursting breakaway run and finish.

Finding himself in open space in the 83rd minute, the future Bundesliga star sprinted towards goal before expertly poking the ball into the bottom corner from just inside the penalty area, all but guaranteeing three priceless Iranian points.


Ahn Jung-hwan – Korea Republic

Ahn Jung-hwan – Korea Republic
v Togo, June 13, 2006

Four years on from his unforgettable match-winner against Italy, Ahn Jung-hwan returned to the World Cup stage with a goal that was less pivotal in the overall in scheme of things, but arguably more beautiful.

In a match where Korea Repubic had to come from behind to beat African debutants Togo, Ahn was the man who sealed the points, arrowing a terrific strike into the top corner from 25-yards.


Brett Holman – Australia

Brett Holman – Australia
v Serbia, June 23, 2010

Australia have produced their share of FIFA World Cup heroes over the past two decades, but no Socceroo stood out at the 2010 edition like Brett Holman, who scored twice in as many group stage matches.

The second of those goals was a swerving, bouncing 30-yard-effort against Serbia, and while it didn’t see the Australians through to the Round of 16, it did provide a golden moment in Holman’s career.


Yasuhito Endo – Japan

Yasuhito Endo – Japan
v Denmark, June 24, 2010

In a career which spanned over 1,000 matches, Yasuhito Endo produced countless examples of his ability as a footballer, but few, if any, came on a grander stage than his delightful free-kick against Denmark in 2010.

The 25-yard effort didn’t have the power of many of the other goals on this list – in fact, it appeared to float through the air in slow motion – but it curled gloriously inside the upright, giving Japan a 2-0 lead which set up a memorable win.


Park Ji-sung – Korea Republic

Park Ji-sung – Korea Republic
v Greece, June 12, 2010

Eight years after his first World Cup goal against Portugal, Park Ji-sung continued his love affair with the game’s biggest tournament, helping Korea Republic to a superb win against Greece in South Africa.

Seizing on a Greek error in midfield, Park displayed pace, skill and an ice-cool finish, becoming the first Korean player to score in three consecutive World Cups.


Keisuke Honda – Japan

Keisuke Honda – Japan
v Côte d'Ivoire, June 14, 2014

Four years after the stunning free-kick which saw him included in last week’s first semi-final poll, Keisuke Honda got Japan’s 2014 campaign underway with a totally different, but equally outstanding goal.

A quarter of an hour into Japan’s opening group stage match, an off balance Honda slammed the ball into the top corner from just inside the box, adding another memorable chapter to his fine international career.


Son Heung-min – Korea Republic

Son Heung-min – Korea Republic
v Mexico, June 23, 2018

Mention Son Heung-min’s name in the context of Russia 2018 and thoughts immediately turn to the tap-in which eliminated defending champions Germany, but it was his goal against Mexico earlier in the tournament which served as the tournament’s best example of the Tottenham star’s quality.

It came in a losing cause, but Son’s left-footed thunderbolt was one of the goals of the group stage, and underlined his status as Korea Republic’s talisman.


Vote for your five favourite FIFA World Cup Goals. Poll ends at 11:00 (UTC +8) on July 10


Shahin 
12 hours ago

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3rd shutout in a row by Abedzadeh. They win 1-0. Mehrdad Mohammadi scores on PK they win 1-0 but his team is in last place and already relegated


Saeed 
14 hours ago

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The IRI-China deal proves a universal point.  Crazy confrontation with super powers is deadly, stupid and it takes you nowhere except in the arm of another power ( worst one in all cases).  This has been proven in history time and again.  IRI knows too well that china will be much more ruthless, and much less beneficial to IRI than USA.  However, they seem to have been left with no other choice.  Their existence is now in danger and they would sacrfice everything just to survive.  As I, Farzad, Shahin and Mohammad have been saying all along that this crazy contfrontation with US, is not benefial to anyone including fucking Akhunds.  But we have had people on the other side cheering them on and now they have to sell off our country just to survive.  We knew something is to happen, but did not know the extent they would go to sell off our country.  Now who are the traitors?


Farzad 
15 hours ago

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https://twitter.com/bbcpersian/status/1280927112048840710


Farzad 
15 hours ago

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شورای نگهبان با برابری مذهبی، جنسیتی و نژادی در اساسنامه کمیته المپیک ایران مخالفت کرد

http://footballitarin.com/link_page.php?id=492125


Zinsky  
16 hours ago

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I can only wonder if they open the island to Iranians! I suppose it should not follow Islamic rules. Drinking & nightclubs everywhere.

Do we need a visa to visit?


Coke 
16 hours ago

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.jpost.com/middle-east/iran-news/iran-denies-it-will-give-china-rights-to-islands-for-new-trade-deal-634272/amp


Saeed 
16 hours ago

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So it is official, we are now an occupied country.  China will rule Iran at least for the next 25 years.  It is all good.  Hopefully, China will treat our people better than jakesh ruling our country for the past 41 years.  Kish will be for Chineese people only? What is to happen to current resident?  Kick them out?  Esteghlal, Azadi, Jomhouri Eslami.  With Esteghlal and Azadi ( never existed) gone, will Jomhouri Islmai still be there?  Iran flag will still be the same?


Zinsky  
18 hours ago

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Ali,

I get most of my CV information from 3 doctors working with the patients, 2 here and one back home.

All seeing more patients, again, and using few drugs that seem to be helping the sickest of them all.

Steroid (dexamethasone) seems to be the most effective so far. It helps with people requiring oxygen.

The rest of the drugs have had mixed results based on their experience.


Farzad 
18 hours ago

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Judge awards $879 million from Iran to Khobar Towers bombing victims, families

https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-military/2020/07/07/judge-awards-879-million-from-iran-to-khobar-towers-bombing-victims-families/


Shahin 
19 hours ago

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:-)

https://twitter.com/omidG9/status/1280908121490235392?s=20


Gorbi 
19 hours ago

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Sardar just scored one off his chest. Up 2-1


Shahin 
20 hours ago

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Yes Farzad. The ad in my opinion is excellent targeting traditional republicans that are on the fence. A democrat attitude towards it is that may be that it can persuade Republicans to vote. The expected reaction of hard left liberal democrat is fuck Reagan, fuck Biden, fuck Obama and fuck anyone in sight


Shahryar 
21 hours ago

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Farzad 
21 hours ago

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Is Apple considered good as oppose to Amazon. Does Apple Pay better.


Ali P. 
21 hours ago

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Zinsky, it’s hard to believe anything these days ... the same research group (Recovery) that used lethal doses of HCQ on very ill patients came out with the successful study of dexamethasone!!


Zinsky  
22 hours ago

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SempreMilan.com – MILAN, Incoming manager Ralf Rangnick has told AC Milan five areas that must be strengthened in the summer transfer window, a report claims.

We reported via our correspondent Vito Angele last month that Rangnick will indeed agree with the role of manager – that is the double responsibility of the head coach and the man in charge of the transfer market.

Fabrizio Romano confirmed in an article for The Guardian that Rangnick will sign a three-year deal with Milan, while Calciomercato.com went one further and outlined his transfer objectives.

They report that Rangnick is already clear on where the Rossoneri must intervene on the market: they must sign at least one strong central defender, a couple of midfielders and two forwards.

Nikola Milenkovic of Fiorentina and Robin Koch of SC Freiburg are the two hot names for the defence, while Luka Jovic from Real Madrid and Sardar Azmoun from Zenit are priorities for the attack.

The name of Florentino Luis could be revisited too, but the negotiations before were led by current directors Massara and Maldini, whose future is to be deciphered. Dominik Szoboszlai of Red Bull Salzburg remains the priority target.


Zinsky  
22 hours ago

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TEHRAN, Head of Iran football national teams committee, Mehdi Kharati, announced the holding of a friendly match between the national teams of Iran and Uzbekistan on upcoming FIFA dates.

As reported by the official website of the Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI), Kharati confirms the new friendly match for the Persian Leopards.

“Since the friendly matches in FIFA dates will be from August 31 to September 8, the FFIRI has followed up its plan for the preparation of the national team so that we could provide some friendly matches for our team during the period of FIFA dates,” Kharati said.

According to Kharati, the match between Iran and Uzbekistan is scheduled for September 7 in Tashkent.

Previously, it was reported by media that Iran has reached an agreement with the Syrian football federation for another friendly match.

Iran and Uzbekistan are preparing for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification.

The ‘Persian Leopards’ have four must-win matches ahead in Group C.

Deagan Skocic’s team are scheduled to host Hong Kong on October 8 in Tehran and meet Cambodia five days later in Phnom Penh.

Iran’s last two matches against Bahrain and Iraq – which are very crucial – will be against Bahrain and Iraq on November 12 and 17 in Tehran.


Zinsky  
22 hours ago

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Almost half of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway portfolio comprises a single stock, Apple!!!


Zinsky  
23 hours ago

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The Wednesday Market Minute

Global stocks mixed as investors question the strength of coronavirus recoveries in major economies as infections rise and lockdowns resume.

U.S. infections top 3 million as southern and western state cases spike, adding to fresh concerns for spending and investment over the summer months.

Fed Presidents hint a more stimulus, while questioning the strength of the U.S. economic recovery.

Gold passes the $1,800 mark for the first time since November 2011 as governments mull more coronavirus spending and central banks hint to further balance sheet expansion. 

U.S. equity futures suggest a flat open on Wall Street ahead of mortgage data at 7:00 am Eastern time.


Zinsky  
23 hours ago

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First group of Chinese contractors and military landed in Iran. The first project seems to be an international airport in Kish that would act as a military base as well. It’s unclear if Iran can/will use the airport for their use. Plans are to have the airport ready in less than 2 years. All paid for and controlled by Chinese.

They will build housing for nearly 5,000 newcomers. A massive port for shipping and all other type of infrastructure to support the people. Once again, it’s unclear whether Iranian citizens will be allowed to travel to Kish for the foreseeable future. I’m sure if you have the money, they will let you in!!!

America is losing influence in Middle East. China and Russia will be the dominant force for a long time. Arab nations will slowly move to that direction as well.

https://www.aei.org/op-eds/chinas-next-military-move-a-base-in-the-persian-gulf/


Zinsky  
Yesterday

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https://www.ft.com/content/808653be-b651-41aa-81b7-5f8ec3831e25


Zinsky  
Yesterday

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Ali,

What about this? Did they (whomever they are) mess this one up?

A cheap steroid is the first drug shown to reduce death in COVID-19 patients!


Farzad 
Yesterday

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Farzad 
Yesterday

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Dc

not sure about the world... but Swedes support their health organization and government action.

the media here is more informative and realistic and update people on what they know. Like they do say 6 ft distance plus mask is overkill. But they agree with wearing mask places where distancing not possible. 


 

Several points are noteworthy:

  • Recorded new cases continued rising until mid-April, and after gently declining from then until late May have doubled since then. All or most of that increase appears to have been be due to a decision on 5 June to expand testing. By the end of June testing was at about double the rate in May, which in turn averaged approximately 25% higher than in April.
  • Allowing for the increase in testing over time, the incidence of COVID-19 appears to have declined by about 30% from mid-April until the late May and has since remained broadly stable.
  • Deaths peaked in mid-April and have fallen by two-thirds since then.
  • It follows that the infection fatality rate has fallen substantially since early in the epidemic.


the amount of fear created in USA has political motive no question about it... but regardless of the motive the fear gets embedded (like in your case) ...there was an article about getting the virus through your ears if someone with Covid farts into your ear. 


Farzad 
Yesterday

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Shahin, when I see this ad and also seeing liberal Democrats who are giving this ad a thumbs up, The same democrats who at roots had problems with Reagan’s trickle down economy. It is simply mind bugling... this was his speech against carter I assume...

this is similar to Roshanfekrs uniting with Khomeini and the gang... 

I am ok with this ad standing alone and being under the umbrela of Republicans against Trump. But if a Democrat comes under this umbralla and Drools about this ad (which originally was against democrats), it really exposes the DNA of Democratic Party. 


is there a Chomsky article against Regan?


Farzad 
Yesterday

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Khoda Biamorz Reagan Khoob bood

Coke. Yes there is an all effort to oust Trump. Look at the ad Shahin posted.


Gorbi 
Yesterday

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Ali P., just paste the FB IP address, there is no need for [video].


Click



Ali P. 
July 7

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[Statue-Of-Liberty]



Ali P. 
July 7

Comments:

I almost want to vote for him!!  :-)))



Kanye West declares on 4th of July :
  • That he’s running for president in 2020 under a new banner—the Birthday Party—with guidance from Elon Musk and an obscure vice presidential candidate he’s already chosen. “Like anything I’ve ever done in my life,” says West, “I’m doing to win.”
  • That he no longer supports President Trump. “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview.”
  • That he’s ok with siphoning off Black votes from the Democratic nominee, thus helping Trump. “I’m not denying it, I just told you. To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy.”
  • That he’s never voted in his life.
  • That he was sick with Covid-19 in February.
  • That he’s suspicious of a coronavirus vaccine, terming vaccines “the mark of the beast.”
  • That he believes “Planned Parenthoods have been placed inside cities by white supremacists to do the Devil’s work.”
  • That he envisions a White House organizational model based on the secret country of Wakanda in Black Panther.

 

 


Ali P. 
July 7

Comments:
Never mind, that didn't work!!



Ali P. 
July 7

Comments:

Shahin, here is the video:


[video]https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1969574653174501[/video]



Ali P. 
July 7

Comments:

I don't know the answer to the question at the end of that article I just posted ... but I do know this:

Hydroxychloroquine = $37 for a bottle of 100 pills
Remdesivir = $520 for one vial


Hydroxychloroquine = been around for 60 years
Remdesivir = new drug developed to treat Ebola ($70 million project), did not work, now being resurrected to fight COVID-19



Ali P. 
July 7

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Covid-19 Has Turned Public Health Into a Lethal, Patient-Killing Experimental Endeavor

June 20, 2002

Dr. Meryl Nass has uncovered a hornet’s nest of government sponsored Hydroxychloroquine experiments that were designed to kill severely ill, Covid-19 hospitalized patients. On June 14th Dr. Nass first identified two Covid-19 experiments in which massive, high toxic doses – four times higher than usual of hydroxychloroquine were being given to severely ill hospitalized patients in intensive care units.

  • Solidarity was being conducted by the World Health Organization, on 3500 Covid-19 patients at 400 hospitals, across 35 countries. The hydroxychloroquine arm of the trial was suspended May 25th following the fraudulent Surgisphere report in The Lancet that claimed 35% higher death rates in patients receiving Hydroxychloroquine. But when The Lancet retracted the report, the WHO resumed the Solidarity trial’s hydroxychloroquine arm, on June 3rd. More than 100 countries expressed interest in participating in the trial.
  • Recovery is a similar experimental trial conducted in the UK, using very similar doses. It was sponsored by the Wellcome Trust (GlaxoSmithKline) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the UK government. The experiment was conducted at Oxford University, on 1,542 patients of these 396 patients (25.7%) died.

Update: After Dr. Nass’ discovery was publicly disseminated, the WHO suspended the hydroxychloroquine arm of the trial on Wednesday June 17th.

On Friday, June 19th, Dr. Nass uncovered a third, “Even Worse” hydroxychloroquine experiment. REMAP targets patients who are on a ventilator, or in shock – i.e., near death. Such patients are hardly capable of giving consent. Rather than attempting to save their lives, they are being used given multiple high doses of hydroxychloroquine and other drugs whose combination is contraindicated.

Of note: All the online protocols have been stamped “Not for IRB (Institutional Review Board) submission,”

This is an ongoing medical atrocity being perpetrated by medical doctors at 200 sites in 14 countries: include: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

Since all medicines are potential poison at high doses, why one wonders, are influential academic physicians and international public health institutions designing and conducting experiments that expose extremely vulnerable patients to poisonous levels of the drug Hydroxychloroquin?


Shahin 
July 7

Comments:
Incredible political ad/

https://twitter.com/neal_katyal/status/1280697016243421184?s=21


Coke 
July 7

Comments:
Farzad

Trump’s niece came out with her damning book today. Few weeks ago Bolton hit Trump. Soon a book on escort Melania comes out,

Seems like a well coordinated strategy by powers to be to fuck Trump.


Ahmad_DC 
July 7

Comments:
There is a smaller number of fatalities due to what the doctors have found about treating patients.  That was the whole point of flattening the curve.   A couple of thousand in Sweden are dead because they did not want to bother with it.   The whole world is condemning Sweden for their approach but just like Fox news they seem to think they got one over everyone.
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