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Old Posted Jun 22, 2020, 6:04 PM
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Dr. Andew Kaufman, M.D.: UNMASKING THE LIES AROUND COVID-19: FACTS VS FICTION OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC:

https://www.andrewkaufmanmd.com/vids...don%20Real.mp4

https://www.andrewkaufmanmd.com/bio-credentials/
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Old Posted Jun 22, 2020, 6:44 PM
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Dr. Andew Kaufman, M.D.: UNMASKING THE LIES AROUND COVID-19: FACTS VS FICTION OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC:

https://www.andrewkaufmanmd.com/vids...don%20Real.mp4

https://www.andrewkaufmanmd.com/bio-credentials/
Thanks for the link to his bio:

"Andy Kaufman, M.D. is a natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, forensic psychiatrist, and expert witness."

Even his own bio doesn't pretend he's qualified to provide an opinion on the coronavirus. Why would you?
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"How the Coronavirus Will Reshape Architecture ..."
Did the Spanish flu (1918 Flu Pandemic) reshaped Architecture? I don't think so.
The Spanish Flu predated the common use of air conditioning and exchanging in office buildings by 12+ years. Obviously a very different time when the ideas would have been shaped by very different circumstances.
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Old Posted Jun 22, 2020, 11:01 PM
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Thanks for the link to his bio:

"Andy Kaufman, M.D. is a natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, forensic psychiatrist, and expert witness."

Even his own bio doesn't pretend he's qualified to provide an opinion on the coronavirus. Why would you?
I was waiting for your response...I'm not done yet...and there's a lot more, if 'you' do your own research:

More UK Covid “experts” facing serious data manipulation charges:
https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2020/06...ation-charges/
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Old Posted Jun 22, 2020, 11:49 PM
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I was waiting for your response...I'm not done yet...and there's a lot more, if 'you' do your own research:

More UK Covid “experts” facing serious data manipulation charges:
https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2020/06...ation-charges/
Another response that doesn’t remotely address the point which, for the record, was his utter lack of qualifications to be saying what he’s saying. Feel free to respond directly at any point.

Also, I did do my research just like you asked. It produced nothing in support of your claims except more “Dr. Andrew Kaufman” (the guy is prolific), but it was quite enlightening in other ways:

https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.vice...om-coronavirus

It appears that this gentleman is using Kaufman and other conspiracy theorists on his channel to raise over a million pounds and counting from his loyal followers. So at least we now know why he’s doing it - money.

And by the way, Mr. Rose doesn’t claim that Kaufman is spreading legitimate scientific information. He is a supporter of free speech with no limitations - I.e. anyone can say anything.

You’re always telling people to think for themselves. Part of that process involves assessing the credibility of your sources. If you can’t explain why your source is credible in a simple and direct way, why should anyone pay you the least attention?
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Old Posted Jun 23, 2020, 1:58 AM
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I found the following article quite interesting. It proposes an explanation for why the Spanish flu was most dangerous for young adults in 1918. I was aware of the age characteristic and thought there had to be a previous pandemic and yes there was in 1889/90. Here is the article.
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/histo...lts-180967178/

I have also learned that influenza pandemics are generational (they happen more than once every 100 years), which suggests that a degree of immunity dies off with each generation. If we survive influenza outbreaks, we build up immunity over our lifetimes to different strains but in old age our immune system fails.

As a society, we need to find a better way to deal with pandemics. Another will come and we cannot destroy the world economy with each outbreak. Travel is the main way of spreading pandemics and this is why the pandemic of 1889 was believed to be the first, since it was first time that people could easily travel by train and ocean liner. Previous influenza outbreaks did not have the same opportunities.
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I was waiting for your response...I'm not done yet...and there's a lot more, if 'you' do your own research:

More UK Covid “experts” facing serious data manipulation charges:
https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2020/06...ation-charges/
Here is the source of said 'research'

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From his bio:
My name is John Ward, and I am a 72 year old Brit living as a ‘permanent’ resident in France.

I was educated from 1953-1969 in a free education system that was, for much of that era, the envy of the world.

I studied History & Politics at Liverpool University, and social anthropology during a career in marketing communications research spanning thirty years. This extended education taught me that the vast majority of economists, politicians, civil servants, lawyers, accountants and business leaders prefer belief systems, process, numbers and money to the study of What People Need.


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Old Posted Jun 24, 2020, 5:09 PM
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From the Architecture article:

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Acoustic divisions have become more important while the family is crammed in together all day long, Idenburg noted. “The loft, the New York City typology, seems to be not the romantic thing at the moment. Everyone’s on Zoom calls.” A lack of privacy or the chance to move to a different room is harder to bear when bars, cafés, and stores can’t offer an escape.
My apartment has a formal dining room with butt-ugly double doors. We removed those and two other 'extra' doors when we moved in. So our living room and dining room flow into each other. My 'office' is a roll-top desk in the living room.

But it was too open for frequent calls so the doors are back on the dining room now and I have a second workstation at the table so I can Skype and Zoom in privacy. Bonus, the living room can be used by my husband while I'm working in the dining room.
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Old Posted Jun 25, 2020, 8:51 PM
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Here is the source of said 'research'

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From his bio:
My name is John Ward, and I am a 72 year old Brit living as a ‘permanent’ resident in France.

I was educated from 1953-1969 in a free education system that was, for much of that era, the envy of the world.

I studied History & Politics at Liverpool University, and social anthropology during a career in marketing communications research spanning thirty years. This extended education taught me that the vast majority of economists, politicians, civil servants, lawyers, accountants and business leaders prefer belief systems, process, numbers and money to the study of What People Need.


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Good. We're just getting started then. Since you're so keen on not doing any research because you're so ignorantly content with 'the official narrative, I'll do it for you. [As a side question: Have you ever studied @ a University?]

From the International Tribunal for Natural Justice
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bdpqQ5H4UY

Please note: If cognitive dissonance is an issue, you may wish to remain in your comfort bubble because the truth might put you in the hospital, it is not for 'normies' like yourself.
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Old Posted Jun 25, 2020, 9:02 PM
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Thought-provoking article on initial Covid projections and lockdown measures that were (and continue to be) implemented.

Peter St. Onge: The worst-case scenario that closed Canada
Financial Post, June 25, 2020

https://business.financialpost.com/o...-closed-canada

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Had we known the true scale and parameters of the threat we might have therefore avoided these tragedies with better-targeted policy. For example, COVID has killed far fewer Canadians under age 35 than traffic accidents normally do, while 80 per cent of Canadian COVID deaths have occurred in seniors’ centres. It may have been more prudent, and even saved more lives, to focus resources on safeguarding the elderly and immunocompromised instead of reckless economy-wide lockdowns.
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Old Posted Jun 26, 2020, 10:33 AM
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Thought-provoking article on initial Covid projections and lockdown measures that were (and continue to be) implemented.

Peter St. Onge: The worst-case scenario that closed Canada
Financial Post, June 25, 2020

https://business.financialpost.com/o...-closed-canada
And who defines a scenario as 'worst case'? The WHO (World Health Organization)...down the rabbit hole we go!

Canada and the World Health Organization
“With its near universal membership and strong convening power, WHO is the primary multilateral organization able to mobilize and coordinate international action on global health issues…”
https://www.international.gc.ca/worl....aspx?lang=eng

Remember the “Fake” 2009 H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic: Manipulating the Data to Justify a Worldwide Public Health Emergency
https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-h1...mergency/14901

Why The WHO Faked A Pandemic
https://www.forbes.com/2010/02/05/wo...l#3f93675c48e8

Statement of the World Health Organization on allegations of conflict of interest and 'fake' pandemic
https://www.who.int/mediacentre/news...c_20100122/en/

More to come...if necessary...

Now...Back to your regularly scheduled 'program-ing', always in-progress...
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