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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Well there is someone in this thread who has:
    It was your extremely narrow thinking that allowed me to pulverise you on the Russia collusion issue. Being open-minded and receptive to multiple sources of information is a benefit, not a hindrance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    oooh someone indoors shouting at you again or not listening ,go on lash , its good to release ones anger at life , you gotta be heard by someone ,somewhere , you truly do get very angry , lol

    To help with your keyboard anger issues i just suggested all these type of virus thing attracts conspiracies , guess it was written badly and in a different way though ( sorry I didn't get a good education ) as a point of record I would like top support Lardy and say

    i agree with his statement Just the usual conspiracy rubbish
    "You truly do get very angry" - proceeds to use the largest font size to show how calm he is in comparison

    LoM, you don't make me angry, you don't wind me up, you don't upset me. The only thing you make me is utterly confused - confused about what the f**k you're on about in 90% of your posts. (I'm editing this to 99% as 90% is too much of an understatement)

    Your first paragraph is more of that bobbing for words that I've mentioned previously. Just keep bashing your face back in that word bucket and find the next one. You never know, one day it may make a proper sentence and make sense to someone other than yourself.

    Love, H x

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    BREAKING - #Hubei province reports 4,823 new confirmed cases (including 3,910 from #Wuhan) and 116 deaths from the #COVID19 #coronavirus epicenter for today. - https://twitter.com/disclosetv/statu...02559073816577

    First number is one-third of yesterday's cases, second is half the number of deaths.

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    Organ flails around again. This time he's trying a 'dont you understand' approach with some obvious facts. Does he really think that because I know that China wouldn't deliberately release a killer virus on their own people that I therefore think it must be a wonderful paradise?

    Of course he doesn't, but he's gonna go down that road anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    It was your extremely narrow thinking that allowed me to pulverise you on the Russia collusion issue. Being open-minded and receptive to multiple sources of information is a benefit, not a hindrance.
    So using that fabled open mind of yours here is the perfect opportunity for you to:

    Confirm you think that the Chinese released the virus on their own people;
    Confirm you think that they have developed and administered an antidote for selective use and
    Clarify they aims and motives you say normal mortals don't understand for doing so.

    Conversely you can go all wobbly spine and come up with some half-arsed drivel as you normally do when in your own head you are "pulverising" people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    So using that fabled open mind of yours here is the perfect opportunity for you to:

    Confirm you think that the Chinese released the virus on their own people;
    Confirm you think that they have developed and administered an antidote for selective use and
    Clarify they aims and motives you say normal mortals don't understand for doing so.

    Conversely you can go all wobbly spine and come up with some half-arsed drivel as you normally do when in your own head you are "pulverising" people.
    You have to know what all the possibilities are before you can start eliminating them. When you get all your information from CNN you only know what they want you to know.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    You have to know what all the possibilities are before you can start eliminating them. When you get all your information from CNN you only know what they want you to know.
    Top marks for complete evasion. A barrel of eels is less slippery than you. It takes some talent..... !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Top marks for complete evasion. A barrel of eels is less slippery than you. It takes some talent..... !
    Elsewhere he is challenging people to squirm out of something so obtuse as to be meaningless yet when challenged to simply articulate the rationale behind his views in this thread he shows the backbone of a squid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    Organ flails around again. This time he's trying a 'dont you understand' approach with some obvious facts. Does he really think that because I know that China wouldn't deliberately release a killer virus on their own people that I therefore think it must be a wonderful paradise?

    Of course he doesn't, but he's gonna go down that road anyway
    '... perhaps you'd be kind enough to inform me who exactly is/are the creditor/s?'

    25 hours later I'm still waiting patiently for a response. Hurry up. Chop chop.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    It's fascinating watching renowned Russian collusion expert lardy sharing his expertise about killer viruses. He's a man of many talents is our lardy

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    He's a QE expert as well. His insights about, well, everything is essential viewing.

    Meanwhile, under the hood, as it's said, the gathering gloom of declining global trade is spreading faster than Kung Flu. Fortunately Lardy will be able to quantify the economic and financial ramifications for us in real time. How blessed we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    '... perhaps you'd be kind enough to inform me who exactly is/are the creditor/s?'

    25 hours later I'm still waiting patiently for a response. Hurry up. Chop chop.
    A new rule for the Politics Forum that a question gets a straight answer? That's going to f*ck some people for sure!

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    On the subject of economic collapse (mass lay offs, daily power cuts, bank runs, rioting, infrastructure falling apart, food shortages, the breakdown of law and order, roving gangs of thugs invading properties...) I've been a prepper for years for such an eventuality, but only recently discovered the existence of powdered beer and other alcohol. I haven't tried it as I have more than enough of the real stuff tucked away. Other provisions include mountains of grub and what must be amongst the largest private stock of tinfoil in Blighty.

    Powdered eggs is my fave 'survival' grub. Simple to make and very nice too. I get it from https://internationalegg.co.uk/produ...gg-for-baking/ where it's deffo cheaper than anywhere else.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    China, world's number one steel producer... and number one in manufacturing. The Communist Party had better get the workers to their factories sharpish.


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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    China, world's number one steel producer... and number one in manufacturing. The Communist Party had better get the workers to their factories sharpish.

    Interesting chart Organ, which shows what I said. The Chinese economy is clearly suffering so it doesn't make sense that they inflicted this virus deliberately on themselves.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    '... perhaps you'd be kind enough to inform me who exactly is/are the creditor/s?'

    25 hours later I'm still waiting patiently for a response. Hurry up. Chop chop.
    What relevance has it got? I can see you're desperate for a little victory against me, anything at all will do, but I can't see how you're going to get it with this question. I'll give you a couple of answers and you can pick your favourite and go with it.

    "Creditors? Why it's the Chinese treasury of course"

    "Creditors? Why it's the Chinese tax payers of course."

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    A new rule for the Politics Forum that a question gets a straight answer? That's going to f*ck some people for sure!
    Another new rule is to change the goalposts of the debate by such a margin that you're playing a different sport on a different continent.

    Oh no, that's not a new one. That's been the way since the start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    Interesting chart Organ, which shows what I said. The Chinese economy is clearly suffering so it doesn't make sense that they inflicted this virus deliberately on themselves.
    Wales-Bales, my fellow illuminist, and I identified earlier in this thread the economic dangers of Kung Flu to the UK far outweigh that of having sniffles because should China cease exporting their wares for another month or two then all First World economies will also begin to go tits up.

    Below is a video of life in the capital city Beijing (with a 20 million population) which isn't under quarantine restrictions but where few emerge from their homes. The narrator mentions having his body temperature taken. It's no wonder people don't want to risk failing that test or be seen/heard coughing or sneezing in public what with the penalty being a one-way trip on a bus that has Incinerator on its destination board.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    Wales-Bales, my fellow illuminist, and I identified earlier in this thread the economic dangers of Kung Flu to the UK far outweigh that of having sniffles because should China cease exporting their wares for another month or two then all First World economies will also begin to go tits up.

    Below is a video of life in the capital city Beijing (with a 20 million population) which isn't under quarantine restrictions but where few emerge from their homes. The narrator mentions having his body temperature taken. It's no wonder people don't want to risk failing that test or be seen/heard coughing or sneezing in public what with the penalty being a one-way trip on a bus that has Incinerator on its destination board.


    If that was China's end, you know they could just stop selling their wares to the first world. Or they could make them more expensive.

    Although I do heartily approve of you taking WB down with you on this one.

    By the way, I know that Singapore also checks people's body temperature was they enter many public buildings. Just giving you that one so you can try to weave it in to the fantasy.

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    Once again, Mao bumped off 60 million of his countrymen 70 years ago. The CCP rules through terror. It's a snitcher's paradise, much like East Germany was when under the fist of the Soviet Commies, where people will denounce others for Social Credit points or because of petty disputes. Self-preservation is the name of the game there where the great majority will only whisper criticism of their leaders to their most trusted confidantes.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    Once again, Mao bumped off 60 million of his countrymen 70 years ago. The CCP rules through terror. It's a snitcher's paradise, much like East Germany was when under the fist of the Soviet Commies, where people will denounce others for Social Credit points or because of petty disputes. Self-preservation is the name of the game there where the great majority will only whisper criticism of their leaders to their most trusted confidantes.
    Now this is conclusive proof that they released the virus on themselves. This is awful! You should go international with this scoop!

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Never said my theorising is conclusive proof. What I do know is that the official story is so bizarre it cannot be true. Over 500 million Chinese citizens - which is more than the populations of the United States and Russia combined and/or the combined populations of all EU states - are confined to their homes except for one person per residence being able to leave their household once every two days to collect shopping or whatever else, and those restrictions are in place because less than 1,500 people have died?

    This saga is newsworthy not because of a virus that is so mild that it hardly kills anyone, or that it's extremely choosy about who it does kill (100% east Asians), and is everything to do with those draconian restrictions the CCP introduced, the negative impact on their economy and the effects on the global economy should they persist for a while longer.

    It's reported Europe saw its first corona virus death today... a Chinese tourist!

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    139 new deaths today. https://twitter.com/BNODesk/status/1228808084912529408

    Wow, that could ensure China places another 100 million of its citizens on lockdown.

    The slack-jawed hereabouts would still believe it would make perfect sense to.

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    The New York Times has calculated at least 760 million Chinese citizens are living under various forms of restrictions.

    - Residential lockdowns of varying strictness — from checkpoints at building entrances to hard limits on going outdoors — now cover at least 760 million people in China, or more than half the country’s population, according to a New York Times analysis of government announcements in provinces and major cities. Many of these people live far from the city of Wuhan, where the virus was first reported and which the government sealed off last month. -

    More: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/15/b...gtype=Homepage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    The New York Times has calculated at least 760 million Chinese citizens are living under various forms of restrictions.

    - Residential lockdowns of varying strictness — from checkpoints at building entrances to hard limits on going outdoors — now cover at least 760 million people in China, or more than half the country’s population, according to a New York Times analysis of government announcements in provinces and major cities. Many of these people live far from the city of Wuhan, where the virus was first reported and which the government sealed off last month. -

    More: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/15/b...gtype=Homepage
    Presumably the millions on lockdown are the ones the Communist Party wants to look after and have the antidote whilst the ones they want to bump off are aimlessly wandering the streets and being encouraged to mingle with each other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Presumably the millions on lockdown are the ones the Communist Party wants to look after and have the antidote whilst the ones they want to bump off are aimlessly wandering the streets and being encouraged to mingle with each other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Presumably the millions on lockdown are the ones the Communist Party wants to look after and have the antidote whilst the ones they want to bump off are aimlessly wandering the streets and being encouraged to mingle with each other?
    There are one or two holes in the theory that he's still ironing out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    There are one or two holes in the theory that he's still ironing out.
    Ironing out holes? That's an interesting concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Ironing out holes? That's an interesting concept.
    Mixed metaphors but I think the meaning should be clear.

  30. #120

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    It's difficult for us to realise how interdependent the world has become. China and its cheap labour has been the engine for global growth for many years. The U.S. spent decades shifting its manufacturing base to there. If China's economy falls then so will all others. That 15 quid toaster in Argos would double in price, ditto for anything else made here or in other Western countries and price inflation would rocket. Walmart in the U.S. is like Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's rolled into one over here. 90% of what they fill their stores with says Made in China.

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