A mystery if there ever was one. pic.twitter.com/icdzb2E3qo— RAW EGG NATIONALIST (@Babygravy9) September 30, 2021
At this point, anyone who dies immediately after being injected or dies of a Covid breakthrough infection without having had a booster will be counted among the unvaccinated ranks.
Yeah, those who believed in the SCIENCE! and showed off their tiny bandages will have to get on the jab train. Their retarded virtue signaling will kill them before covid does.
“Then I told them…WEEKLY BOOSTERS!” pic.twitter.com/slCvbNWzWF— CURE (@CureHipHop) September 30, 2021
The average person drives 13,500 according to the DOT. $1,080 tax just to drive your car that you paid for with income that was taxed, paid sales tax on, were taxed for licensing fees and the fuel required to drive it was taxed. pic.twitter.com/f5b2Rw1yHk— Break The Bell Podcast (@breakthebellpod) September 28, 2021
Yup. Here, in Canada, the average person pays a total tax rate above 40% without realizing it. Imagine, if there was only one big tax that people paid for their lovely government services. So, a guy making $50,000 would get his $20,000 tax bill at the end of the year. Liberals would get crushed in elections. That's why we have hundreds of tiny taxes to keep the anger from boiling over.
We've got grocery bills going up, oil has doubled in price, the real estate market is insane, and now, the government is adding more taxes. More interesting times.
Yep people don’t get it. That kinda money in such a short timeline, you don’t risk that. https://t.co/L5ZoL4zuB3— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 29, 2021
There have been far too many cases of heart problems with young people who took the jab. A healthy pro-athlete could lose out on tens of millions of dollars. It's not like they could change careers and become a brain surgeon to make up for it.
In quite a few cases, the sports players already had COVID. No science! in forcing them to take the jab.
Jen Psaki: It’s “unfair and absurd” that companies would increase costs for consumers in response to us taxing them more. 😳 pic.twitter.com/rHilrYdj4j— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) September 28, 2021
Did this woman even take grade 11 economics?
I have a doctor friend in Canada. She is not allowed to explain the health risks of obesity to her patients. https://t.co/K9FVFEE0cq— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) September 28, 2021
That's government health care for you.
There’s no logical argument against this. pic.twitter.com/Fs5IyUoDuO— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 28, 2021
The logic is pharma profits and government power. Your health is utterly irrelevant.
Hung over? Nope, Covid— Eh! What’s a tomato for you? (@WhatsATomato) September 27, 2021
Too many hot peppers and can’t get off the toilet? Nope, Covid
Cancer treatment? Nope, Covid
Seasonal allergies? Nope, Covid
Why? To keep you scared and us in power!
A school district in California gave the black teachers this gift 👇🏻 pic.twitter.com/24YVOcSz1e— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 26, 2021
"I love being White!" pin would be worth it just for the entertainment value.
After 18 months of the damn government pandemic— Hapless Darwinian: watching SARS2 Tails mutate. (@CovidRights) September 25, 2021
I have no patients dead of Covid
I have no long haulers.
I have 2 dead of clots
1 stroke/and dissected Carotid
2 kidney failures
4 myocarditis - ablation needed
1 on ECMO
The "vaccines" don't make one immune from COVID. However, the pharma companies who're raking in billions of dollars of profits are certainly immune from any penalties because of the detrimental side effects of their experimental "vaccines".
Shocking if true... pic.twitter.com/0VL3vC5hDc— McLuhan (@Kukicat7) September 24, 2021
Why social psychology has been such a crock: “Although right-wing authoritarianism is well documented, social psychologists do not all agree that a leftist version even exists.” https://t.co/SM0LTbpG0l— J Michael Waller (@JMichaelWaller) September 26, 2021
The Black Book of Communism. A few stats from page 4:
U.S.S.R.: 20 million deaths
China: 65 million deaths
Vietnam: 1 million deaths
North Korea: 2 million deaths
Cambodia: 2 million deaths
Eastern Europe: 1 million deaths
Latin America: 150,000 deaths
Africa: 1.7 million deaths
Afghanistan: 1.5 million deaths
This isn't ancient history. That's from the previous century. One can literally interview millions who suffered through those wicked times and survived. Instead, the leftist globohomo media and "intellectuals" simply ignore the mountains of corpses.
The Scandinavians have sense:
Denmark🇩🇰: Removed all restrictions. No covid passport requirements.— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) September 24, 2021
Sweden🇸🇪: Will remove practically all restrictions. No covid passport.
Norway🇳🇴: Removing all restrictions tomorrow. No covid passport requirements.
Here, in Ontario, the government implemented a covid passport on September 22.
My jaw dropped when the system started stress testing the manual overclock while still in the BIOS. That's definitely cool.
Caloric intake and also walking culture.— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 23, 2021
It’s hard to appreciate how inactive Americans are until you’re elsewhere and people all walk everywhere. https://t.co/3ivJZxwkEq
I noticed that at my workplace many years ago. Quite a few colleagues would jump in their cars to get coffee from a shop that was within walking distance. It was doubly strange when they did that during lovely spring weather.
An average person would have to walk 12 hours to burn off one pound. It's easy to do that in one month. That's 12 pounds in a year. It's low-level calorie burn but it adds up to a substantial amount over time.
I wanted to understand poverty so I talked to Bill Gates.— Jere Halttunen (@JereHalttu) September 23, 2021
The United States Women's National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) is calling the U.S. Soccer Federation's offer of identical contracts for its women's and men's national teams nothing more than a publicity stunt.
Isn't that curious. The pussies from the other side chime in:
[...] the USMNT union filed an amicus brief in full support of the USWNT's fight. The group argued the women don't deserve equal pay, but rather they deserve to be paid more than the men's team. Specifically, they argued for "at least triple the compensation provided for in the men’s agreement."
That made me laugh.
LOCKDOWN RECORD: Melbourne has claimed the unenviable crown of most locked down city in the world.— 9News Melbourne (@9NewsMelb) September 23, 2021
The Victorian capital today clocks up 235 days of strict stay-at-home orders, overtaking the record set by Argentinian capital Buenos Aires.
MORE: https://t.co/zNljpKh10J#9News pic.twitter.com/nLvLwKkm6h
Absolutely insane. One of the most bizarre federal policies in Australia is a weekly restriction on the number of people who can leave via air. One can sort of understand limiting incoming travel but what twisted logic is there in not letting people exit to visit other countries?
We are basically at this point in the United States. Protests not approved by the regime are considered “terrorism.” https://t.co/7QbR8yFn3x— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) September 23, 2021
Yup. The media doesn't report the news. They manufacture it: BLM (Burn Loot Murder) was mostly peaceful and 1/6 was totally worse than 9/11.
Whatever this is, it is not anything close to a coup or insurrection.pic.twitter.com/rI8Or41Q6H— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 22, 2021
Yes, of course.
Hunter Biden got paid $50k/month to sit on board of a Ukrainian energy company in an industry he knew nothing about while his dad was in charge of US policy in Ukraine.— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) September 22, 2021
Now he's going to get up to $500k per painting while his dad is President.
Because of merit and talent. https://t.co/2juhdYljUM
How does this FEEL to you? The body language. The lack of warm blood flowing. pic.twitter.com/SBh3DlXaEG— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 22, 2021
It was all sensible until he asked for his blockbuster card. That's just too much.
Animal Farm 2023…… pic.twitter.com/t1htOY6u6X— Jacob (@Jacob43817149) September 21, 2021
If the police doesn't record the crime, then did it really happen?
It's the same with the COVID vaccines. If the government doesn't keep records of adverse side effects, then did they really occur?
The results of the Canadian election are coming in. The big question: will the Liberals increase their seats? If not, then the election will be a failure for them.
You can say it every day and it still won't be enough: the liberal discourse and policy-making around COVID has no relationship whatsoever to science.— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) September 20, 2021
It has a lot to do with culture, politics, hierarchy, psychology and control. But science and health are totally absent: https://t.co/h1N34a7Yhb
When you’re young you make your name challenging the system, if you’re a success you live long enough to be the system. Chris Rock edition 👇 https://t.co/zoAmi7DhPj— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 20, 2021
Your health is irrelevant. What matter is that Big Pharma got billions in profits and the governments increased their power through intrusive surveillance.
“If you hadn’t taken the vaccine you would have been sicker,” is the ultimate marketing ploy.— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 19, 2021
Don’t take vaccine and get sick is proof the vaccine works. Take the vaccine and get sick is also proof the vaccine works. https://t.co/82eS9jGuPr
Canadians will re-elect this lovely fellow for a third term tomorrow:
Justin Trudeau says that vaccine passports are "all about" rewarding certain freedoms to people who have "done the right thing"— and that those who "still resist" simply won't get to enjoy those same freedoms.— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) September 19, 2021
Help us fight this twisted tyranny: https://t.co/oIPU6az6hO pic.twitter.com/pRZzTcYiK3
An incredible flight. It's begging for a big Hollywood movie:
If there’s one picture that could depict Australia.. it’s these two police officers double pepper spraying a 74 year old lady after violently throwing her to the ground. pic.twitter.com/irjg9BFg76— Pelham (@Resist_05) September 18, 2021
Vogue releases fawning mini-doc of AOC’s pre-#MetGala primping by massive glam squad— sameera khan (@SameeraKhan) September 19, 2021
Think she had only one masked slave? Ha!
Two add’l masked slaves are shown fixing her hideous dress & putting on her equally hideous heels for her like she’s Cinderella. pic.twitter.com/jX9gyCsX1R
😂 accurate pic.twitter.com/SjGCmCHdZm— Jordan Schachtel @ dossier.substack.com (@JordanSchachtel) September 18, 2021
Pockets bulging with nothing in them— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) September 18, 2021
The same digital watch (non apple)
All black sunglasses
Dude still wearing his dress socks
Well groomed short faded haircuts
Suspiciously watching someone record them in a group
This is a piece of art https://t.co/PqRLuHlKHK
On the surface, this must create quite the dilemma for woke progressives: when two colored women are fighting, whom does one support? Ah, the negro girl isn't on board with vaccines! Well, she ain't even black!
These idiots are going to open the eyes of tens of millions. I hope they keep it up. pic.twitter.com/iK3O2ulQeF— TheQuartering (@TheQuartering) September 17, 2021
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York may play the role of the young, clear-eyed socialist. The humble “working-class” woman of color. The scourge of capitalists everywhere.
But when it comes to indulging in the trappings of the high life and generating wealth for both herself and her friends, she is as shameless and shrewd as the most unscrupulous oil baron.
Ocasio-Cortez, who trades on a carefully crafted “working class” image, indulged herself this week in an exclusive party infamous for its extravagant displays of power and wealth. She attended wearing a “Tax the rich” designer dress borrowed from the upper-crust girlfriend of the billionaire Seagram heir. The congresswoman, whose admission was waived by the taxpayer-subsidized Met, also showed up to the event toting a customized $995 “Tax the rich” handbag, likewise provided by the Canadian-born designer.
At this rate, she'll be modeling "Tax the rich" decals on a custom pink Lamborghini soon.
"If you think you might attack an enemy, pick up the phone and give 'em a heads up. It's only fair."
"Know thy pronouns, and know thy enemy's pronouns."
"If thy commanding officer sends mean tweets, thou need not follow orders or the chain of command."
"He who turns on bad orange man gets big book deal."
Just a few examples of the stickers that the YAF club at Saugus are handing g out to students and teachers that are being proudly displayed. This white nationalist/anti-lbgtq+ political club should bot be on a ANY high school campus. pic.twitter.com/6AJsBJbLos— riseupscv (@riseupscv) September 15, 2021
The posters and stickers have nothing to do with any type of nationalism or LBGTBBQ. Still, I'm surprised that they didn't skip go and outright call them Nazis.
New Zealand have called off their limited-overs tour of Pakistan citing security concerns, leaving the cricket community in Pakistan unimpressed. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja was especially critical of the New Zealand Cricket decision, saying, "Walking out of the tour by taking a unilateral approach on a security threat is very frustrating. Especially when it is not shared! Which world is NZ living in? NZ will hear us at ICC."
The real world, Ramiz. And it looks like New Zealand isn't alone:
"We're aware of New Zealand's decision to pull out of the Pakistan tour due to a security alert," an ECB spokesperson said. "We are liaising with our security team who are on the ground in Pakistan to fully understand the situation. The ECB Board will then decide in the next 24-48 hours whether our planned tour should proceed."
One of my favorite low-impact cardio workouts was on the elliptical machine.— Jon Fitch 🏴☠️ (@jonfitchdotnet) September 17, 2021
It takes some time getting used to, but it's an excellent sprint workout.
Your legs don't get thoroughly beat like on the bike.
So you will be fresher at training the next day.
How it started How it’s going pic.twitter.com/6cfFyFq1Ur— Justin Hart (@justin_hart) September 17, 2021
The state of journalism:
I contacted @nytimes & they corrected 8/25 ivermectin article. "This article misstated the percentage of recent calls to the Mississippi poison control center related to ivermectin. It was 2 percent, not 70 percent," says appended note. Sentence removed.— Mary Beth Pfeiffer (@marybethpf) September 16, 2021
But damage done. pic.twitter.com/bvc1SA9NUo
They will claim that it is fine for rich Democratic donors at Pelosi's party to sit on top of one other maskless because they are eating even though the video shows they have no food in front of them (they are waiting for the masked servants of color to bring their food) and even though shoveling food into one's open mouth does not actually create a wall of immunity against transmission of the virus from one's open-mouthed table neighbors. The Met Gala's red carpet is said to be “outdoors” even though it is surrounded by tent walls and other structures, and still leaving the question of why workers need to be masked in the same area.
A few words from a downtrodden woman:
1. This adult was not able to give informed consent as he was not made aware of the possible side effects.— Alan Roberts (Future Secretary of Health) (@TheMFingCOO) September 12, 2021
2. Myocarditis IS NOT just something that will cost this man his senior season. Myocarditis & cardiomyopathy are leading causes of heart transplants in the U.S. pic.twitter.com/xyPesEAkqP
This kid doesn't weigh four hundred pounds. He was a healthy athlete. This fact shows just how dangerous the vaccines can be to young people.
Men are plagued by materialism. It is a disease. https://t.co/TgovDwAw7J— Megha (@margaritaevna95) September 13, 2021
I can't tell if she's serious or trying to be funny.
“I’m making more money...But I don’t see it because I’m paying more money for stuff now.” Low-wage workers are getting sharp raises. Inflation is eating them up. https://t.co/UZNS3sQd6p— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 14, 2021
Inflation is a hidden tax on everyone. Of course, it hurts the poor the most.