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1).You state: "The Spike Protein from the vaccine causes enough immune suppression and a general shift in the immune system to either reactivate dormant viruses, or create a propitious environment for viral evolution, either way, the vaccines are the ones to blame, followed by the viral infection to a lower degree (and most likely in breakthrough infections of vaccinated individuals). We will never get data about this though, no government in the world will give the vaccination status of people diagnosed with monkeypox."

... I suggest adding "or overstimulation" after "suppression". I believe overstressing the immune system can also weakening it.

2) Sounds like Fear Factor meets Iron Chef to me. Not looking forward to this, but I rarely watch TV. Has it already happened?

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". I suggest adding "or overstimulation" after "suppression". I believe overstressing the immune system can also weakening it."

It absolutely can, but this point is so distorted by many other writers I kinda don't bother covering, but yes you are correct about this, overstimulation will also bring a myriad of problems, both short and especially long-term.

2 is happening, slowly, but surely.

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so probably AZT and the Fauci Ouchi combined fuck your immune system. how funny is it that its all rectal, penile and throat issues!!! yep spread by blokes sausaging themselves.

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15 out of 20 Monkey Pox boys admitted to the hospital for clinical reason had HIV? Weird how I haven't read anything like that in the US press. All the news that is fit to print for a narrative, it seems.

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What everyone was suspecting already... Now finally on paper

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And rectal/penile pain is the worst symptom... yet I have yet to see anyone official stating that monkeypox is a sexually transmitted disease.

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Bürger

German

Noun

(plural Bürger)

1. citizen, inhabitant, resident; legally recognized inhabitant of a city or state

2. bourgeois, burgher, member of the middle class

= = = = = = = = =

"Insekten Burger"

The message is not only that the Bürger will eat Insekten but that the Bürger ARE Insekten.

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This is one of the most important points to understand:

"The current state of the world will work merely as a trigger to settle old disputes, so conflicts will arise for the most shallow reasons, or for no reason at all."

People will be focused on the current reasons, as always, and again as always, the current solutions will never be sufficient resolutions. I used to say that the world never stopped fighting World War I, which itself was an example of what you're saying here.

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"North America

Mexico is the biggest consumer of insects, eating over 100 different varieties including the grasshopper, any eggs, agave worms, wasps and bees. In the U.S. and Canada people starting to eat crickets and mealworms. In Guatemala people eat the leafcutter ant.

*Not a comprehensive list"

"Europe

People are consuming catepillars in France and Belgium, bee larvae in Germany, and crickets, flies and moths are being eaten all over. In Italy people prize the cazu marzu cheese, which is cheese made with live insect larvae.

*Not a comprehensive list"

"South America

In Venezuela people are eating earthworms, cactus weevil and the giant waterbug. In other parts of South America you’ll find people consuming beetles, palm weevil larvae, lemon ants, hormigas culonas (big-ass ants!), agave worms, bees, waxworms and locusts.

*Not a comprehensive list"

Aspire Food Group, London, Ontario, Canada

There are online retailers in Canada where you can buy bugs for humans to eat. Back in the early '90's, I saw chrysalis for sale in an Asian food store in St. Louis.

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I'm looking forward to getting my free/subsidised rations of crickets. I'm wanting to start farming quail, and insects are a special (protein rich) treat to these lovely birds. I've decided that quail are one of the best options for both meat and eggs, given that most places do not regulate quail (yet!), while chickens - and especially roosters - are quite heavily regulated (at least here in Australia, and I suspect most Western countries).

But if you have managed to set up a few chickens in your backyard or off-grid acres, I have to mention that insects are a treat to chickens too!

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And yet our teenager flock will not even look at such things! So we don’t kill the spiders. They have jobs to do…

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"Insekten Burger?"

Not even trying to hide it.

"You will eat bugs and you will like them!"

Did I ever tell you guys & gals that if and when the US Congress "bans" assault rifles, my next weapon will be the MG 42.

(The MG 42 (shortened from German: Maschinengewehr 42, or "machine gun 42") is a 7.92×57mm Mauser general-purpose machine gun designed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the second half of World War II. Entering production in 1942, it was intended to supplement and replace the earlier MG 34, which was more expensive and took much longer to produce, but both weapons were produced until the end of World War II. --Wiki)

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Aug 1, 2022·edited Aug 1, 2022

$2.00 per round in US currency at 1200 rounds per minute. $1.00-1.50 I would guess(?), if you can find what you need to load them yourself. The wife tells me less than fifty cents per round, though. I was looking at popular retailers. Can't leave out, "...still seen as an effective anti-aircraft weapon..." If only those who have done crimes with AR platform firearms had taken down aircraft...

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