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Coronavirus shutdowns: Why does airports get a pass?

USA in ProphecySomething is going on, and I'm not buying what we the public are being told. Heaping manure on a Ritz cracker doesn't turn it into a luxury couture cracker from Froufrou & Thomas. It's my feeling that's exactly what churlish untrustworthy politicians complicit with the lamebrain media are attempting. I'm open to being persuaded otherwise.

Fomenting panic to inculcate blind behavioral compliance is no different than using schizoaffective disorder to sell aspirin. Both constructs are based upon falsity. Considering the history of draconian ulterior self-serving machinations by feckless politicians, why should I blindly accept their claims at face value?

Governors have ordered the closing of all restaurants, bars, theaters, stores and gyms. Supposedly this is because gatherings of 50 or more persons exacerbate the potential for transmitting the coronavirus.

But these same states haven't shut down airports. They would have us believe that going to school, a restaurant, a bar, a movie or a gym – to eat/drink, watch a film, and/or exercise – is dangerous, but waiting in a crowed airport in preparation to enter a sealed pressurized container with 100 or more people is OK. We're not safe in a restaurant but supposedly we're safe in a sealed container for two to six hours with people coughing, sneezing, snoring, changing children's diapers, etc.

As I write this article, is has been approximately 24 hours that a longtime dear friend and colleague lost his wife to H1N1. She had spent time with family and friends out of state and then flew home where almost immediately upon arriving she exhibited symptoms of this virulent virus. Less than two weeks later my friend's wife went to be with the Lord.

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There's been no backtracking to see where she contracted the H1N1 virus. There's been no investigation of every person on the filled-to-capacity flight she traveled home on. But I'm supposed to passively accept that it's too dangerous for me to enjoy an evening of dinner and cigars with friends?

The subways and rail lines haven't been shut down. We're to believe it's a public safety menace to take in movie or have dinner with friends, but riding on a crowded subway where people cough, sneeze, brush and rub against one another is OK? Traveling from Atlanta to Manhattan on a train filled with strangers who could have a cold or flu is fine, but working out at the local gym for 45 minutes is a threat to society? Really? We're supposed to accept that at face value without question?   MORE


St. Patrick kept the sabbath

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St. Patrick kept Saturday as the sabbath.  During the first century the Roman Empire did not extend into Scotland and Ireland.  The Roman Empire made several attempts to conquer Scotland to no avail.  The Romans eventually build a wall between Scotland and England called Adrian Wall.  Remnants of that wall are still present today.  Therefore the beliefs of the early Catholic Church did not get infiltrated into Scotland and Ireland until must later in History.  Below are 4 Historical references proving that Saturday not Sunday was kept as the day of worship in Ireland and Scotland.  Read More>>>>>>

 

St Patrick's day- Yet another Pagan Holiday!

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From Reversespins.com Note from Bob Barney: Isn't it strange how everything we do is awash in paganism? We can't follow God's holidays, but somehow we can find every way to observe a bunch of witch doctors holidays-- and then call it Christian!

SecretSun, March 17 is the day generally believed to be the death of St. Patrick, the British-born missionary who is credited with converting Ireland to Christianity. And as I wrote in one of my first posts on this blog:


In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was killed on the 17th day of Athyr, the third month of the ancient calendar.


3/17 is also the date of a Masonically-created holiday, St. Patrick’s Day. The story has it that the holiday was established by high level Freemason, George Washington, allegedly to reward Irish soldiers in the Continental Army. But “St. Paddy’s” has traditionally been a very minor Saint’s day in Ireland. Considering that the day has become America’s defacto Bacchanal (which takes us back to Osiris) it’s worth noting some of the parallels of this day with Solar mythology.


Osiris was believed to be the source of barley, which was used for brewing beer in Egypt.


• It’s customary to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day and Osiris was known as the “Green Man”


• The root word of Patrick is pater, the Latin word meaning father. Osiris is the father in the Egyptian Trinity.


Since then, I've been looking into the curious origin of this holiday and have found out some very interesting facts...

https://www.hinduhumanrights.info/how-a-pagan-celebrates-st-patricks-day/


Dumb America- THIS IS WHAT FLORIDA NEARLY ELECTED GOVERNOR!

Florida Dem Andrew Gillum says he is entering rehab

Andrew Gillum the Democrat candidate for Florida governor is named in a police report saying he was 'inebriated' and initially unresponsive in a hotel room. He was found early Friday morning with two other men, Travis Dyson, 30, seen right, and Aldo Mejias, 56. Authorities found baggies of suspected crystal methamphetamine in his hotel room at Mondrian South Beach early Friday. Gillum, the former Tallahassee mayor who ran for governor in 2018, is not charged with any crime and was too intoxicated to answer questions. Miami Beach police report says that Gillum was allowed to leave the hotel for home after he was checked out medically. Gillum, 40, who is married to R. Jai Howard, pictured left, and who has three young children, denied using drugs 'While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used meth,' he said.


'Dishonest bunch of SOBs!' Media scorched for distorting coronavirus threat

The Plain Truth: This is a manufactured crisis - an attempt to get Trump in trouble with the public and make sure he loses the election.  The media, including Fox News is helping the Democrats and the Never Trumper's in fear mongering.  DO NOT FORGET

News outlets hammered for 'burying' most important part of story


The Latest: Should You Change Your Travel Plans Due to the Coronavirus?

Common sense is your best protection.

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[Editor’s note: This is an updated version of an earlier article that originally ran on January 28 with multiple updates since then.]

Everyone’s talking about the new coronavirus, and it can be hard to differentiate between the facts, misinformation, sensible precautions, and overreaction. All over the world, measures are being taken to control and contain the virus, sometimes based on scientific evidence and sometimes more in response to fear. Now that there are many cases in the United States, fear is growing. While the intention is to be helpful, many people are sharing misinformation and unproven advice on social media.  We outline what you need to know, but remind you that the World Health Organization (WHO) is the expert source for advice.

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Judging Hannah Duston | The Colonial Woman Famous for Scalping Her Captors

Hannah Duston was the first American woman to have a statue built in her honor. Today, what she did to deserve it might be called, by some, an atrocity.

Now a Yankee classic, “Judging Hannah Duston” was first published in January, 1995.

Hannah Duston scalped the ten Indians who had attacked her farm, dragged her from her bed, and burned her house before taking her captive and killing her week-old infant.

Hannah Duston scalped the ten Indians who had attacked her farm, dragged her from her bed, and burned her house before taking her captive and killing her week-old infant.

It is hard to imagine scalping a person. There is adhesive tissue under the dermis that must be cut and pulled at. The scalp bleeds freely, and the instrument, especially if crude, like a hand-forged iron knife, would be clumsy and slippery when wet.

And what of the revulsion one might feel at handling a dead human thus? Had Hannah Duston’s life prepared her for that? She was certainly used to wringing chickens’ necks, helping with the slaughter of cows and pigs. Further, she must have been angry when she scalped the ten Indians who had recently been her captors. They had attacked her farm, dragged her from her bed, and burned her house. They had brained her week-old infant and taken her captive, forcing her to walk many miles north in March while scantily dressed. For all she knew, the rest of her family was dead.

Moreover, she was no stranger to horror. She had been captured at the tail end of King William’s War, in an era distinguished for its savagery on both sides, and many outlying British settlements had already been plundered and burned.

When I tell Hannah’s story, when I try to imagine her acts, this context is paramount. I judge her in the light of the history that preceded her, not the history that followed.

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How Charlemagne beat medieval Europe into submission

Charlemagne by Casper Johann Nepomuk Scheuren, 1852Charlemagne by Casper Johann Nepomuk Scheuren, 1852 CREDIT: BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY

How do you write a detailed biography of someone who lived more than 1,200 years ago? Someone, that is, for whom you have almost no personal correspondence, no diaries, no chatty memoirs by friends – and of course, no reports in newspapers, as people would not get round to inventing those for another 800 years.

Well, it helps if the person you are biographising was an important ruler, and it helps a lot if he was Charlemagne, by far the most important European ruler to emerge after the end of the Roman Empire.

Powerful people always leave a paper trail – or, in this case, a parchment trail. And it’s surely no exaggeration to say that Charlemagne became, in his lifetime (748-814) one of the two or three most powerful men in the world.

He was born to rule: his family had been hereditary senior ministers to the Frankish kings, but had managed to edge the last of those kings off the throne, taking his place. The kingdom included much of northern and eastern France, plus a slice of the German lands, up to the Rhine; more French land was conquered during Charlemagne’s teenage years. All this was then inherited by him and his younger brother, who conveniently died a few years later. So, at the age of 23, Charlemagne automatically became the dominant ruler in Europe. But he didn’t stop there. Within a few years he had added northern Italy to his portfolio, by defeating the kings of Lombardy. 

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Carbon Fundamentalists and War with China

How fascinating that “carbon fundamentalism” might actually be the latest expression of Western imperialism, relentlessly thwarting the aspirations of non-Western nations, allegedly to save the planet.

Climate hoax

Throughout America and Europe, there are now fanatical millions who believe carbon dioxide emissions are an existential crisis of planetary proportions. CO2 terrifies them. What is frightening to the rest of us is how easily these millions are manipulated.

Witness the ease with which opportunists direct the passions of this mob. Examples are endless and span the political spectrum, from corporate and financial special interests reaping obscene profits via mandated “green” products and “carbon emissions trading markets,” to stone-cold Communists riding through the gates of Western democracies inside the Trojan Horse of environmentalism.

Could climate fanatics be motivated to support World War III in the name of saving the planet? Why not? If you believed in it, wouldn’t you do whatever it took to stop the people who are causing the end of the world?

These climate crusaders already consider people who question the “climate emergency” to be “deniers,” and tens of thousands of them are already militants, willing to move beyond rhetoric. Meanwhile, filthy rich establishment grandees (e.g., Al Gore) nod and wink, and cash in on the madness.

A New Religion. ...... MORE


How Dodd-Frank Made It Legal for Banks to Confiscate Your Money! HONEST!

Should another financial crisis befall us (like what happened this week), rendering a number of Too-Big-To-Fail banks insolvent, the good news is that taxpayers will no longer be forced to bail them out.

The bad news is that these large Wall Street banks can now legally bail themselves out internally (referred to as “bail-ins’) using depositor funds.

Thanks to Dodd-Frank, if you happen to hold your money in a savings or checking account at a bank, and if that bank collapses, it can legally freeze and confiscate your funds for purposes of maintaining its solvency.

So instead of relying on government funds (taxpayer money) to save itself from going bankrupt, a bank can simply dip into your deposit accounts to stabilize itself.

To compensate you, the bank will exchange your money for its equivalent value in company shares.

In other words, if a bank fails, it takes your money and hands you an equivalent amount of shares in its failing operation. Ethical? No. Legal? Yes.

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Could Viagra Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?

Viagra For Type 2 Diabetes: 'Little Blue Pill' Reduces Insulin Resistance Without Risk Of Heart And Kidney Disease
Small trial suggests the drug might help, but much more study is needed

WebMD News from HealthDay

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By Robert Preidt....HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The impotence drugViagra may help ward off type 2 diabetes in people already at risk for the illness, a small new trial suggests.

The study, funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, found that Viagra (sildenafil) improved "insulin sensitivity" in overweight, pre-diabetic people. Insulin sensitivity involves the body's ability to efficiently use the hormone.

http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20151118/could-viagra-help-prevent-type-2-diabetes-in-those-at-risk

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Black vultures are roosting in Kentucky and eating animals alive

Contrary what our lying Federal Government claims, BLACK VULTURES KILL animals, not just a scavenger as they claim. As a "part timer" rancher, I can vouch for this and it pisses me off to know I can't kill a predator that kills my livestock, from Chickens, to calves!  The story claims that farmers can get a permit to kill them- GOODS LUCK TRYING!  Read the story- and watch the video in the link!

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They'll devour slimy newborn calves, full-grown ewes and lambs alive by pecking them to death.

First the eyes, then the tongue, then every last shred of flesh. 

And there isn't much defense against black vultures and turkey vultures, both of which are federally protected and cannot be killed without a permit. 

The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 covers all migratory birds, their nests and their eggs, which means that the birds can't be harmed without federal permission. Their nests can only be disrupted, as a deterrent, if there are no eggs or young in them. 

But as the vultures, which are native to Kentucky, have multiplied in numbers nationally over the last two decades, they have become more of a problem for farmers. Each year, Kentucky farmers lose around $300,000 to $500,000 worth of livestock to these native vultures, according to Joe Cain, commodity division director for the Kentucky Farm Bureau. 

It's not just farm animals. Small pets may be at risk too.   More Plus Video


Evidence Noah's Biblical Flood Happened, Says Robert Ballard

Note: Ballard is probably wrong on the timing and the actual event, but we are running the story as proof that even mainstream evidence always points to the Bible as being quite accurate!

PHOTO: This ark, located an hour south of Amsterdam, is a replica of Noahs Biblical boat. Underwater archaeologist Bob Ballard is in Turkey, looking for evidence that the Great Flood happened.ABC News
more +   The story of Noah's Ark and the Great Flood is one of the most famous from the Bible,
and now an acclaimed underwater archaeologist thinks he has found proof that the biblical flood was actually based on real events.

Robert Ballard, one of the world's best-known underwater archaeologists, talked about his findings. His team is probing the depths of the Black Sea off the coast of Turkey in search of traces of an ancient civilization hidden underwater since the time of Noah.

 

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How to Stop Digitial ‘Fingerprinting’ Used to Track You Online

Border Patrol officials fingerprint an illegal alien as part of a biometric background check. (AP File Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
AP File Photo/Ross D. Franklin
LUCAS NOLAN

The New York Times published an article that details how advertisers use online “fingerprinting” to track users with up to 99 percent accuracy, and more importantly, how to prevent it.

The New York Times writes in an article titled “‘Fingerprinting’ to Track Us Online Is on the Rise. Here’s What to Do,” that advertisers are turning to invisible methods to track information about users and discover their identity, a practice that many may find intrusive and worrying. The Times goes on to discuss the rise in this practice and how users can prevent it.    MORE>>>>>>


Top Health Official Cashes in on Merck Stock

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • In January 2020, Dr. Julie Gerberding, former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who after leaving the CDC became president of Merck’s vaccine division, sold half her Merck stock options for $9.11 million
  • Gerberding also cashed out in 2016, when she sold $5.1 million in Merck stocks, and 2015, when she made $2.3 million. In total, Gerberding has made $16,592,144 from her company stock options
  • Gerberding’s former high-level ties to the CDC likely has had enormous influence over Merck’s financial growth, considering Merck makes a majority of the pediatric and adults vaccines recommended by the CDC
  • Red flags have recently been raised about Merck’s HPV vaccine Gardasil, a vaccine Gerberding promoted in a 2004 report to Congress before it was fast tracked to licensure in 2006. The U.K. recently reported a 54% rise in cervical cancer among 24- to 29-year-olds, the first generation to receive the HPV vaccine
  • A January 2020 report in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine warns HPV vaccine trials have not been designed to detect whether the vaccine actually prevents cervical cancer. Trials have shown, however, that Gardasil raises the risk of cervical cancer by 44.6% among women with a current or previous HPV infection

Economic Bloodbath: Oil- Stocks Crashing - Media Hype is working on destroying Trump economy

Bob Barney

The Fake News about the Coronavirus being the next Black Death has achieved what Russiagate could not do - it has tanked the world's economy and created the greatest threat to Trump's presidency...  Although barley a few hundred have the disease in America, we lose 150 people a day from the FLU! Most people know that the flu can kill. Indeed, the so-called Spanish flu killed 50 million people in 1918 – more than were killed in the first world war. But did you know that the common cold kills many people?  Can you really catch your death?

Rhinovirus causes about half of all colds, but other viruses can cause one or more of the symptoms of a cold, including adenovirus, influenza virus, respiratory syncytial virus and parainfluenza virus. A cold can also have more severe symptoms in the very young and the very old. Older people are more likely to develop a more serious infection compared with adults or older children. And people who smoke – or who are exposed to second-hand smoke – are also more likely to get a cold and have more severe symptoms.  Sound familiar????

The common cold kills more people each year than we have lost to the Coronavirus, yet no panic!

Oil prices see the biggest plunge since the Gulf War in 1991 as Dow set to open 1,000 points lower


Johns Hopkins Launches Coronavirus Website: 1 Billion Requests a Day

Johns Hopkins Launches Coronavirus Website: More than 1 Billion Requests a Day

Johns Hopkins University experts held a press briefing on Friday on Capitol Hill to discuss efforts to confront coronavirus as it spreads around the globe, including the launch of a website with an interactive dashboard that collects data worldwide about the virus, including data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

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Today's Travel Escape- Buy this Island off Ct.

Tiny one-acre island off Connecticut goes on the market for $4.9m

The unusually-named Potato Island (left and inset) is among the archipelago of the Thimble Islands off the east coast of in Connecticut, in the U.S. Potential homeowners may even be lucky enough to stumble across lost loot in their garden as legend has it that British pirate Captain William Kidd buried his treasure somewhere in the 17th century. The luxurious mansion (right) has a heated swimming pool, offers privacy and seclusion but is just a two-minute boat ride from the nearest coastal village, Stony Creek on the mainland.


History: Nazi photo album made from HUMAN SKIN

Nazi photo album made from HUMAN SKIN of a death camp victim is discovered

The battered WWII album (pictured, main and top right) was handed over to staff at the Auschwitz Memorial Museum after the buyer noticed the cover had 'a tattoo, human hair and a bad smell'. It was found at a bric-a-brac antiques market in Poland. Museum experts have now analysed the album's cover and binding and say it is likely that the skin came from an inmate murdered at the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald, in Germany. They added that it was 'without doubt proof of a crime against humanity.' Isle Koch (inset), known to inmates of the Buchenwald concentration camp as the 'Bitch of Buchenwald', is said to have had male prisoners with interesting tattoos murdered and then had their skin turned into interior designs (A collection of prisoners' internal organs and tattooed skins pictured, bottom left)


Daylight Savings Time: How it Started & Why Some States Don’t Participate

Yes it's cold, Yes I'm Tired, so don't forget to set your Clocks AHEAD 1 Hour

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Show of hands: who’s excited to “fall back” this Sunday? Some think the illusion of an extra hour of sleep is completely worth it. While others bemoan the fact that it starts getting dark at 4:30 p.m.

Thise has been a contentious 227 year old history that didn’t begin in the U.S. and has many theories as to why it exists. How many of you said it exists for the farmers or for school kids?

According to Congressional Research, daylight savings was originally put in place to give people more daylight hours to work and do other activities. Conceived by Benjamin Franklin in 1784 at the time when he was Minister to France, Franklin felt it was only natural that when it was dark outside, more people would be sleeping and that extending daytime hours according to season would increase productivity.

William Willet proposed that daylight savings time be adopted in British Parliament because doing work and other activities in daylight hours would reduce demand on artificial light. Germany began observing daylight savings to conserve fuel during World War I.

The U.S. went through a lot of back-and-forth regarding daylight savings. The practice was adopted in 1918, abolished for unpopularity after WWI and reinstated during WWII — at this time it was called War Time and took place year round. Several states maintained daylight savings after this ended but it caused much angst to the transportation industry that pushed for uniformed timezones. After the Uniform Time Act of 1966 was passed, states could choose to participate in daylight savings, but the whole state had to adhere to the decision, but now states can split if they are also split according to time zone.


Goose Gossage slams baseball: "'it's like the Democrats are running' the game"

As one of the game's hardest-throwing relievers in the 70s and 80s, Gossage wasn't treated like modern pitchers, who are typically limited to a predetermined number of pitches

Baseball has been ruined by everything from steroids and statistics to its growing similarity with the Democratic Party, according to Hall of Fame relief pitcher Rich 'Goose' Gossage, who says he no longer even watches the game.

'It's a bunch of bulls***,' the 68-year-old Gossage told the Tampa Bay Times. 'It's like the Democrats are running baseball.'

Gossage did not offer any specific reasons for why he feels Major League Baseball resembles a Democrat-run organization. 

The fiery former Yankees star who pioneered the closer role is known for being outspoken, and even lost a position with the franchise in 2018 after criticizing New York general manager Brian Cashman's reliance on statistics.   MORE


Senate panel to issue report on Hunter Biden probe

Hunter Biden (screenshot)

A Senate panel announced Wednesday it will release an interim report on its investigation into Hunter Biden's work for the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings.

The report, to be released within the next month or two, will focus on what former Vice President Joe Biden knew about his son's service on the board of the corrupt firm.

"These are questions that Joe Biden has not adequately answered,” said Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, reported Politico.   MORE

"And if I were a Democrat primary voter, I'd want these questions satisfactorily answered before I cast my final vote," the senator said.