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Pentagon Sends Several Thousand More Troops To US-Mexico Border Over Invasion Threats Reader 01/31/2019 (Thu) 19:12:58 Id: b17a30 [Preview] No. 13840 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

The U.S. will be sending “several thousand” more troops to the southern border to provide additional support to Homeland Security, the Pentagon has confirmed.

The move comes as another migrant ‘caravan’ made its way to the border from Honduras.

RT reports: https://archive.fo/XASzH

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requested additional surveillance capability and concertina wire, Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan told reporters at the Pentagon on Tuesday.

“We’ve responded with, you know, here’s how many people it would take,” Shanahan said. However, he would not disclose the exact number. When asked how many troops would be headed to the border, he said “Several thousand, and I’ll kind of leave it at that.”

A Pentagon spokesman later followed that up, explaining that the Department of Defense is “currently sourcing the units involved and there will be an increase of a few thousand troops,” and that “we will provide more clarity on the numbers when we have it.”

All the troops are in a “support role” to civilian authorities and not engaged in law enforcement, Shanahan stressed.

President Donald Trump initially ordered almost 6,000 troops to the southern border in late October, as two migrant caravans trekked through Mexico. His critics accused him of a publicity stunt ahead of the November midterms.

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Democrats Want Americans To Pay For Illegal Aliens' Student Loan Debts Reader 01/30/2019 (Wed) 16:51:43 Id: cf6d2a [Preview] No. 13835 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New York Democrats have passed a bill that will use millions in taxpayer money to fund college tuition fees for illegal immigrants.

The Democratic-controlled New York state Legislature on Wednesday passed the Dream Act, legislation that makes thousands of “Dreamers” eligible for government money to attend colleges in the state.

Dailysignal.com reports:

The bill, which has attracted praise from Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, would cost $27 million.

The measure is “a slap in the face for all the hardworking taxpayers who play the rules and struggle for the costs of a college education,” Republican state Sen. Daphne Jordan said of the bill.

Jordan was joined by other Republican state legislators in criticism of the Dream Act, who argued it would unfairly take money away from legal residents who struggle to pay their college tuition.

The bill had been introduced in the New York Legislature before, but Republican control of the state Senate had prevented it from moving forward—until Democrats gained control of both chambers after the 2018 midterms.

“We do this as a symbol that you will be guaranteed an education and that the door to higher education is open to all children of New York State,” stated De La Rosa, sponsor of the bill and immigrant from the Dominican Republic.

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Terrorist Who Wants to Kill Americans Takes over Mexican Cartel on Texas Border Reader 01/30/2019 (Wed) 16:08:09 Id: 76178b [Preview] No. 13833 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

A notorious terrorist who vowed to kill as many American citizens as possible has taken over the ruthless Los Zetas cartel, a group stationed at the Texas border in the Nuevo Laredo-Laredo metropolitan border area.

Neuvo Laredo, Tamaulipas, sits immediately across the border from Laredo, Texas, and is the only urban location along the entire U.S.-Mexico border that does not have any fencing or security.

Breitbart.com reports: https://archive.fo/jq0hv

The convicted terrorist, Hector Raul Luna Luna, is known as “El Tory” and was convicted in the 2008 terror attack on the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico. He was released from prison due to bribes paid by Cartel Jalisco New Generation (CJNG) and has now taken over the dominant faction of Los Zetas, Cartel Del Noreste (CDN), to open up the lucrative and unsecured border corridor into Texas.

Under El Tory’s new reign, Los Zetas is linked to a level of brutality that had not been seen in prior years. Gruesome executions, dismemberments, targeted attacks on police and military officials, and the general use of intimidation have become commonplace in parts of northern Mexico as El Tory and Los Zetas try to expand their operations.

Most recently, Breitbart News reported exclusively on a series of threats made by El Tory, who claimed he would blow up the headquarters of a state police agency in Nuevo Leon. The threats were made through several narco-banners that Los Zetas hung throughout the industrial city of Monterrey. The threats are considered credible by law enforcement in Mexico, since El Tory has a history of targeting police and has used grenades in the past.

El Tory was released from a Mexican federal prison in mid 2017 with the help of his close friend and ally Eleazar “El Chelelo” Medina Rojas and his new ties with CJNG, so the two could help establish a Los Zetas-CJNG corridor from Monterrey to Nuevo Laredo and into Texas. Their release came at the hands of a federal judge and a “control” judge who ruled in each of the two cases to release the two cartel bosses. El Tory was serving a sentence of more than 20 years for the charges of crimes against public health (drug trafficking), engaging in organized criminal activities, and unlawful possession of restricted military weapons. Both El Tory and Chelelo have extensive criminal histories and are wanted by U.S. authorities.

Soon after their release, the two cartel bosses began to leave a trail of bodies behind them as they tried to solidify their positions within the CDN faction of Los Zetas and against the other cartels. Breitbart News reported on the arrest of El Chelelo in the southern state of Yucatan in December 2018. Soon after his arrest, a local state judge tried to release El Chelelo but federal authorities were able to re-arrest him for extradition purposes. Even without El Chelelo, El Tory continued to wage a fierce war against a rival faction of Los Zetas called “Old School Z” and has killed hundreds of their members in the border states of Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas.

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Iran fine, North Korea bad, "Russians everywhere": US spies tell Senate of world dangers Reader Board owner 01/30/2019 (Wed) 06:48:34 Id: 4da091 [Preview] No. 13830 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
"US intelligence chief Dan Coats painted a dire picture of a danger-filled world to the Senate, contradicting the Trump administration’s optimism on North Korea and pessimism on Iran while beating the drum of Russiagate.
Testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Coats argued that China and Russia are united in opposition to “perceived US unilateralism and interventionism and Western promotion of democratic values and human rights,” while a number of US allies “are seeking greater independence.”"

"He was joined by FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Gina Haspel, Defense Intelligence Agency chief General Robert Ashley, NSA chief General Paul Nakasone, and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) director Robert Cardillo. The DNI’s prepared remarks ran counter to many Trump administration talking points, in particular on the issues of North Korea and Iran – while mirroring the obsession of some Republicans with China and most Democrats with Russia."

"Kim terrible"
North Korea is “unlikely” to surrender its nuclear weapons, while Iran is not “currently undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activity” several Trump administration officials have accused it of, Coats said. Ahead of a planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un next month, President Donald Trump has been keen to tout Kim’s vague promises of denuclearization as progress towards peace on the Korean peninsula."

"Coats told a different story on Tuesday. “We continue to assess that North Korea is unlikely to give up all of its nuclear weapons and production capabilities, even as it seeks to negotiate partial denuclearization steps to obtain key US and international concessions,” his prepared remarks argued. “North Korean leaders view nuclear arms as critical to regime survival,” Coats continued. “We continue to observe activity inconsistent with full denuclearization.”

Tehran not terrible
Though the Trump administration has been beating the drums of war with Iran ever since exiting the JCPOA nuclear deal last May, Coats and the spy chiefs told the senators that Tehran has remained party to the deal, and has not reactivated its nuclear program. “We do not believe Iran is currently undertaking the key activities we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device,” Coats said in his prepared remarks. Nuclear research conducted by Iran since last year, Coats continued, has been done within the limits of the JCPOA. The DNI did express concern at Iran’s traditional military capability, as well as its ongoing ballistic missile program and ambitions in Syria, but that didn’t quite rise to the level of Trump’s rhetoric at the UN last September, when he accused Tehran of sowing “chaos, death, and destruction” across the Middle East.

"China “presents a persistent cyber espionage threat and a growing attack threat to our core military and critical infrastructure systems,” Coats argued, adding that China has the potential to use private tech companies to carry out espionage against the US and "allies". Coats’ fear is shared by the Pentagon – which banned Huawei and ZTE phones from US military bases last year – and by other intelligence chiefs, who accused the firms of spying on behalf of the Chinese government. Huawei has also been barred from participating in the US rollout of 5G networks, while Trump is reportedly considered barring US firms from using Huawei and ZTE equipment."

"Coats’s testimony offered no actual evidence for Russian interference in the 2016 election. Just last month, the DNI sent a report to the White House admitting that, while Russia conducted “messaging campaigns” on social media during the 2018 midterms, the intelligence community “does not have intelligence that indicates any compromise of our nation’s election infrastructure that would have prevented voting, changed vote counts, or disrupted the ability to tally votes.”

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Reader 01/30/2019 (Wed) 15:43:40 Id: 0261a9 [Preview] No.13832 del
The biggest threat to America is foreign lobbying (this obviously includes Israel) and our debt insolvency which threatens to further devalue our currency not to mention the Federal Reserve rigging interest rates too, which is going to cause even more economic depression (and God knows we already have enough hardship in America already).

I'd say the foreign lobbying is a serious threat to national security, just as much so the border issue with all the illegals invading our nation.

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The Real Resistance: Washington State Sheriffs Refuse To Enforce Unconstitutional Gun Laws Reader Board owner 01/30/2019 (Wed) 06:32:02 Id: 78e7a4 [Preview] No. 13829 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
"Washington state recently introduced bills for some of the strictest gun laws in the country but they have some very important opponents: the sheriffs."
"Long thought to be the last line of defense between authoritarianism and freedom, sheriffs are in a unique position. As elected officials, basically nobody has authority over them – not the judges, not the Feds – no one except the people who may or may not choose to re-elect them."

What are those new gun laws in Washington?
"In November, Washington voters passed a ballot initiative, I-1639. To purchase a semi-automatic rifle, buyers must be over 21, undergo an enhanced background check, must have completed a safety course, and need to wait 9 days to take possession of their weapon. And that’s not all. A gun owner who doesn’t store his or her weapon “properly” can be prosecuted. And that was just the beginning of the unconstitutional momentum."

Feeling the wind at their backs after the ballot, gun campaigners and liberal legislators have now gone even further in the new legislative session. Bills introduced in the last week to Washington’s Democrat-dominated legislature look to further restrict firearms. Some laws would ban high capacity magazines and plastic guns made with 3D printers. Others would mandate training for concealed carry permits, and remove guns and ammo during and after domestic violence incidents. Washington’s attorney general, Bob Ferguson, who proposed several of the bills, said in an email: “Now is the time to act. Washingtonians have made it clear that they support common-sense gun safety reforms.”
"Things are getting more and more difficult for gun owners in a state that has two very different demographics."
Some Washington law enforcement officers are refusing to enforce these laws.
"Klickitat County Sheriff, Bob Songer, Republic police chief Loren Culp, and Ferry County Sheriff Ray Maycumber are among those who have publicly vowed not to enforce the new unconstitutional gun laws. Matt Marshall, the leader of the Washington Three Percent, is hoping to persuade other Washington counties to adopt local second amendment sanctuary ordinances. Next week, he meets with people in Lewis and Pierce counties to urge them to urge them to adopt resolutions not to enforce unconstitutional gun laws."

The power of county sheriffs was upheld in the Supreme Court.
"In 1994, Graham County Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack and Ravalli County Montana Sheriff Jay Printz successfully sued the Clinton Administration over the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act. Justice Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, and Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Anthony Kennedy, and Clarence Thomas found that the Brady Act’s attempted commandeering of the sheriffs to perform background checks violated the tenth amendment.
“The Framers rejected the concept of a central government that would act upon and through the States, and instead designed a system in which the State and Federal Governments would exercise concurrent authority over the people. The Federal Government’s power would be augmented immeasurably and impermissibly if it were able to impress into its service–and at no cost to itself–the police officers of the 50 States. …Federal control of state officers would also have an effect upon the separation and equilibration of powers between the three branches of the Federal Government itself.”
"The decision upheld the power of county sheriffs."

County sheriffs are the last legal line of defense.

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Reader 01/30/2019 (Wed) 15:37:40 Id: 5f09d5 [Preview] No.13831 del
Wow, this is good news. Sorry I haven't been available for updating and posting more news like this. I have been very busy lately (family affair, someone I knew died of a stroke recently). I'm also trying to take a little break from news for a while, its not good focusing on it 24/7.

Thanks you for posting this btw. Glad this board is being updated. I'll be back to post news soon. Maybe a few threads today.

Pope Francis Actually Says Something Correct For A Change Reader 01/27/2019 (Sun) 16:15:43 Id: a9807e [Preview] No. 13822 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Pope Francis Actually Says Something Correct For A Change
RELATED: >>>/endpol/1116

Pope Francis called on hundreds of thousands of young pilgrims in Panama on Saturday to reject the temptation to live their lives online, and get involved in their communities.

Life was not "in the cloud, waiting to be downloaded, a new app to be discovered, or a technique of mental self-improvement," the 82-year-old pontiff told a massive vigil at the World Youth Day gathering.

"It is not enough to be connected all day long. To feel respected and asked to get involved, is greater than simply being online," Francis said at the vigil, held at a park outside Panama City.

He urged them "to embrace life as it presented itself," and look for areas where "with your hands, your heart and your head, you can feel part of a larger community that needs you and that you yourselves need."

Pope Francis also acknowledged that the Catholic Church was "wounded by sin" in a message addressed to priests and seminarians reeling from sexual abuse scandals and coverups.

[NO SHIT: You are part of the reason you fucking pedo!]


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Reader 01/28/2019 (Mon) 20:41:01 Id: e482c3 [Preview] No.13823 del
he's just repeating what an orthodox priest said earlier

Reader 01/29/2019 (Tue) 11:39:31 Id: fcd101 [Preview] No.13825 del
I think so. Didn't the one Russian priest say something how the internet is used as a surveillance tool and intel agencies were the root to all evil? Something like that if I recall, just last month ago.

Still, ironically I kinda agree that we should take a brake from the internet once in a while. It doesn't hurt to do something else, recently I have been a bit busy offline and I felt somewhat relieved.

Reader 01/29/2019 (Tue) 12:16:29 [Preview] No.13826 del
any religion: "my" god's words are infallible.
no, don't tell me what he said
I need a mortal to tell me how to think

After Years of Big Pharma Shills Bashing Hemp As Medicine, Big Pharma Patents Hemp As Medicine Reader 01/23/2019 (Wed) 13:47:35 Id: 06b288 [Preview] No. 13790 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
THE CURE FOR CANCER: https://archive.fo/31Ylw

Big Pharma has patented the exclusive rights to a cancer cure using cannabis, preventing others from using THC and CBD to treat the disease.

British company, GW Pharmaceuticals, had previously developed cannabis-based drugs for multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. Now, they hold the rights to treat cancer.

Rxleaf.com reports: https://archive.fo/67mbv

That’s right. Big Pharma now holds the patent for cancer treatment using cannabis. Let. That. Sink. In. For. A. Moment.

In 2009, GW went forward with a patent application, alongside collaborator Otsuka Pharmaceutical. At the end of September, GW announced that they had received a Notice of Allowance from the U.S. Patent Office to go forward with production of their cannabis-based cancer treatment, Sativex.

Numerous studies have shown that cannabis can be used to treat cancer by eradicating cancer cells and stopping metastasis, in most types of cancer. The latest GW drug will harness the power of THC and CBD to treat gliomas, which are a rare form of brain cancer.

The now-patented pharmaceutical uses a ratio of THC and CBD ranging from 1:1 to 1:20 (THC:CBD) to “reduce cell viability, inhibit cell growth or reduce tumor volume”, according to the company. It is interesting to note that GW’s treatment, Sativex, grew out of a long history of pre-clinical trials and anecdotal evidence that show the use of cannabis and cannabis-based products for tumor reduction.

The company went ahead with clinical trials in August 2018 to test the efficacy of Sativex. This trial will look at efficacy of Sativex when combined with more traditional mainstream cancer treatments. Sativex and the chemotherapy drug, temozolomide, has been administered to 20 patients with recurrent glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). This is a rare and very deadly type of brain cancer.

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Police State Loving Communist Michael Bloomberg Does Not Support Marijuana Legalization Reader 01/26/2019 (Sat) 20:41:28 Id: 0c3e29 [Preview] No. 13815 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As he considers a 2020 run for the Democratic presidential nomination, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is continuing to defend his controversial positions on several issues. Speaking yesterday at the United States Naval Academy's 2019 Leadership Conference in Annapolis, Maryland, Bloomberg explained why he opposes marijuana legalization and still believes "stop and frisk" was a good idea.

Bloomberg's stances aren't anything new. But they're a good reminder that, as Reason's Scott Shackford argued in October, the possible presidential candidate is no lover of liberty.

For one thing, Bloomberg remains vociferously opposed to weed, appearing to tie drug overdose deaths to marijuana legalization. "Last year, in 2017, 72,000 Americans OD'd on drugs," he said, according to CNN's Donald Judd. "In 2018, more people than that are ODing on drugs, have OD'd on drugs, and today incidentally, we are trying to legalize another addictive narcotic, which is perhaps the stupidest thing we've ever done," he declared, presumably talking about marijuana. "We've got to fight that," Bloomberg added.

According to Bloomberg, marijuana is a deadly narcotic like herion or morphine.


Bloomberg was likely referencing Centers for Disease Control statistics showing that 72,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2017. But it's hard to see how that relates to marijuana legalization. As I pointed out in December, the Drug Enforcement Agency did not report any deaths from marijuana in 2017.

Moreover, numerous studies (six of which Reason's C.J. Ciaramella rounded up last February), show that opioid addiction does not start with marijuana. For more on the "gateway drug" myth, you can read Jacob Sullum's comprehensive dive into the subject here.

But Bloomberg has long been ignorant when it comes to weed. In 2013, he called medical marijuana "one of the greatest hoaxes of all time," despite endless evidence to the contrary.

Thousands of those arrests came courtesy of another controversial stance that Bloomberg defended yesterday: stop and frisk. Under that program, police would detain and search citizens based on a reasonable suspicion they were armed.

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Reader 01/26/2019 (Sat) 20:44:22 Id: 0c3e29 [Preview] No.13816 del
I don't really either, other than industrial hemp which you can't get high off of anyway. Kinda find it funny leftists support this clown even though he supports a police state.

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>As he considers a 2020 run for the Democratic presidential nomination

captain trips 01/27/2019 (Sun) 00:39:09 Id: 8c9d12 [Preview] No.13820 del
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Liberty is given to people on a ship. A city is like that ship. In those terms, New Yorkers are in cels, in a huge cargo vessel. In fact there are many levels to that ship. I think modern cruise ships, have even 20+ decks? Also makes me think of "Wall-E" film aspects and concepts in terms of ship-goers becoming utterly lame and stupid. Yes, cities are ships.

And NYC has struck an iceberg emphasis on berg, and it will sink, nothing can save her from the bergs.

DELIBERATE DESTABILIZATION: 12,000+ More Foreign Invaders To Flood Across US Border Reader 01/26/2019 (Sat) 18:54:48 Id: 614267 [Preview] No. 13814 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

The communists who desperately want America invaded, destabilized and destroyed from within are smirking about this new self-created crisis.

The ranks of a new Central American invasion reportedly grew in size to more than 12,000 as of Friday. The caravan is now heading to Mexico’s southern border.

Mexican immigration officials in the city of Ciudad Hidalgo, which borders Guatemala, are establishing procedures to expedite the process in which to approve one-year visas for members of the Central American invaders.

The new policy of handing out visas began on January 17 in response to the new caravan of primarily Honduran invaders who left their home country and headed towards the Mexican border on January 15.

Officials put the new visa policy from President López Obrador in place to deal with caravan invaders as an attempt to prevent them from traveling unaccounted for throughout Mexico. Officials say it will also prevent the caravan members from having to illegally enter Mexico from Guatemala by crossing the Suchiate river.

Although the Mexican government is encouraging members of the invasion to remain in Mexico to work, it is believed they will refuse (as they did before) and intend to invade the US border.

You can thank President Trump, for caving like a pussy, you can thank the Anti-American traitors in Congress and the communists who support these endless invasions for destroying the Untited States from within.

PR: https://archive.fo/DgVyq

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SHOCKING! Mainstream Media ADMITS Flu Shot Is NOT Even Effective! Reader 01/26/2019 (Sat) 14:38:23 Id: a6ebd1 [Preview] No. 13811 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Vaccines are one of the great success stories of modern medicine. Because of them we are no longer vulnerable to smallpox or polio or measles. The flu vaccine, however, is a different story. Its effectiveness varies from patient to patient, from population to population, and from year to year. It needs to be updated each season, and even in a good year is usually no more than 50% effective. We may rely on it to avoid catching the flu, but its story demonstrates how far we still are from a reliable vaccine.

Because the influenza virus can mutate so quickly, nailing the exact recipe is challenging. In some seasons the match is close to perfect, but this is not always the case. If the virus drifts after the February meeting of the WHO, there will be a mismatch between vaccine and virus. The greater the mismatch, the less effective the vaccine. In a good year, we might expect the vaccine to be 50-60% effective. In the 2004-5 flu season, that figure was only 10%, meaning that the vaccine was a big misfire. We also botched the 2014-5 season, when new strains hadn’t been included in the vaccine. That season the vaccine was a measly 19% effective, compared to over 50% in the previous year. Early on in the 2017-8 influenza season, there were near-record numbers of hospitalisations, and though the latest vaccine’s performance improved throughout the season, overall effectiveness is estimated to have been 40%.

Even if the vaccine hits the bullseye, different demographics have different reactions to it. Children have a very good response to the vaccine. The situation is more complicated with elderly patients, who have weaker immune systems overall but also have a lifetime buildup of natural immunity. After withstanding many flu seasons, their immune systems are wiser, you might say, than those of the young.

The US and most other developed countries strongly recommend that older people receive a flu vaccine. One study compared 18 different groups over 10 influenza seasons and found that the vaccine reduced the overall winter mortality rate in older people by an astonishing 50%.

The bottom line is this: even if elderly people are vaccinated, they are still the population most likely to die from influenza.

Around one billion people in the USSR were vaccinated using the live but weakened flu virus, and it was still in use at the end of the 20th century. Although it appeared to be successful, the live-flu vaccine was never tested in a rigorous way, and it remained a constant danger. Since it used a live virus, it could cross with other strains and morph into a more virulent version.

Vaccine researchers therefore turned their attention to creating a vaccine containing what they called “inactive” strains. The virus was still grown in chick embryos, but this time it was rendered inactive by dunking it in a bath of formalin disinfectant. Although a higher dose of the inactive vaccine was needed to produce an immune response, there was no concern about the virus replicating.

For the first several years the influenza vaccine contained only one strain, the influenza A virus, because, as far as anyone knew, that was the only kind of influenza out there. In 1940 influenza B was identified, which kicked off the perpetual task of calibrating vaccines to deal with multiple evolving strains. By the 1950s we had a vaccine that was effective against both A and B, but the virus, as always, was outpacing us. By the late 1970s we had to make a vaccine to hit three strains. For the 2016-7 flu season, most of the vaccine doses manufactured in the US targeted four different strains. The past 100 years have been a ceaseless arms race against an enemy with whom we cannot negotiate.


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Reader 01/26/2019 (Sat) 16:16:45 Id: 3f293a [Preview] No.13813 del
Which is why curing the flue has always been on the back burner. Its not like their spending THAT much money on it.