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Leaked Images From Paypal Seminar Reveals Explicit Racial Bias Against White Customers Reader 07/06/2020 (Mon) 20:45:40 Id: 4f3731 [Preview] No. 16055 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Paypal is a prominent example of monopoly capital. Like most Silicon Valley tech firms, they like to keep their terms of service as opaque as possible. Even more shrouded in secrecy is how decisions to discriminate against customers are made, and who makes them. Leaks provided to National Justice from a private Paypal seminar give us some clues. In the above slide, [paypal5.jpg] Paypal lists targets for censorship. Some noteworthy categories are "White Advocacy," something vaguely described as "Hate Event Involvement" (suggesting they target individuals, not actions on their platform), "Prejudiced News/Commentary," Holocaust "denial," and even views critical of mass immigration. The majority of Americans are guilty of at least one of these thought-crimes, which makes one wonder who can even use this service. Some categories discriminate against customers based on race ("white advocacy"), while gray areas abound regarding what exactly constitutes prejudiced news, hate or religious intolerance. So then what entity decides who gets access to online money transfers and who doesn't?

According to another slide, this work is deferred to the Jewish organization the Anti-Defamation League, a group funded by the Democracy Alliance called Color of Change, the FBI's Civil Rights Division, Scotland Yard and others. Government and non-governmental organizations are both presented as "external partners" helping make decisions on what political views and personalities are allowed. The ADL and the FBI have been very aggressively deplatforming dissidents. According to another training slide,1800 accounts belonging to individuals, non-profits and businesses in the last year have been eliminated for political reasons using guidelines provided by their "partners." 65% were for what they categorize as white nationalist activity, while the next most censored group is people and organizations who advocate for immigration restrictions. [Trump supporting bullshit removed]. There is even a category for "prejudiced academic work." The company goes on to give specific examples to train censors in spotting ideas and individuals that must be silenced. Most of the individuals and groups mentioned are not particularly radical, much less violent or dangerous.

The Proud Boys, Stefan Molyneux, Gemma O'Doherty, and Katie Hopkins all have fairly mainstream conservative political views, showing just how little freedom of expression is allowed in America today. The only left-wing extremist on this list is Matthew Rupert, who also happens to be the only one who engaged in illegal activity. Rupert is an anarchist criminal who went to a Black Lives Matter protest and handed out explosives for people to use in terrorist acts. The way everyone except for Rupert is characterized on this chart shows the power of extremely prejudiced sources, like the Anti-Defamation League. The ADL is an espionage and influence organization that operates on behalf of the state of Israel. The president and CEO of Paypal, Dan Schulman, is himself Jewish and eager to work with the ADL. China and the Chinese Communist Party -- who conservatives sometimes like to blame for the censorship -- is not mentioned anywhere on these slides. Trump's executive order on tech censorship has had no effect whatsoever even as a deterrent [no shit - he's a kike]. Silicon Valley and various Jewish groups have responded to it by doubling down and intensifying their attempts to control what we can see, say, read and do.

https://national-justice.com/national-justice-exclusive-leaked-images-paypal-seminar-reveals-explicit-racial-bias-against-white
http://archive.is/KxZ5J



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Cambridge Rewards Academic Who Teaches “White Lives Don’t Matter” With Full Professorship Reader 06/29/2020 (Mon) 15:30:21 Id: ccffec [Preview] No. 16038 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In any sane country, an alien professor telling the indigenous students that their lives do not matter would be grounds for arrest and deportation. Promoting genocidal hatred like this should never be acceptable, especially for a professor charged with educating young minds. Unfortunately, universities are only about indoctrination, not education. Dr. Priyamvada Gopal was an academic and fellow at Cambridge University. After tweeting “abolish whiteness” and “I’ll say it again. White Lives Don’t Matter,” Gopal has been made into a full professor. That is how she was rewarded. When the initial backlash happened, some people thought that Cambridge could be pressured into firing Gopal. Cambridge University had previously fired another academic, Noah Carl, due to his research on race and intelligence, which was not politically correct. Professor Jordan Peterson, who is an obvious controlled opposition agent, was also dis-invited from being a visiting fellow at the University after the anti-White mob pressured the school. Of course Cambridge would fire any professor who said that black lives don’t matter, or jewish lives, or Asian lives, or any other kind of lives, but since Gopal saying that White lives are worthless, she was immediately defended.

In fact, many people and organizations came rushing in to declare their support for the anti-White asshole. Twitter, who had deleted her tweet after it was reported and suspended her account, was quick to allow the anti-White “academic” back on their platform to spew her genocidal rhetoric. Well, how about that? Not only did Cambridge University defend the woman’s statements, they actually rewarded her anti-White attitude by making her a full professor. How telling. This will incentivize and embolden other academics to spew even more aggressive hatred at White people. In contrast, someone flew a White Lives Matter banner over a soccer match in the UK recently. The guy’s name is Lucia Binding. Eveyone condemned his racist statement. He was fired from his job. His girlfriend was also fired. White genocide has never been more in our face than it is these days. If White lives don’t matter, then no one should care when they are terrorized and mass murdered, right? - Kyle of Renegade Tribune reports

http://www.renegadetribune.com/cambridge-rewards-academic-who-teaches-white-lives-dont-matter-with-full-professorship/
http://archive.is/rOUX1


Reader 07/02/2020 (Thu) 08:29:41 Id: 0e2ca9 [Preview] No.16050 del
They want to slaughter us, wake up, that's how the world is and it doesn't help that we have boomers who want to scorch the earth behind them so they can continue to feel validated and Christian.


Reader 07/02/2020 (Thu) 13:45:04 Id: ccffec [Preview] No.16051 del
>>16050
>so they can continue to feel validated *and Talmudic
FTFY



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Doctors sound alarm as severely ill COVID-19 patients develop damaging blood clots Reader 06/15/2020 (Mon) 01:19:14 Id: 787614 [Preview] No. 16015 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - As a cardiology research fellow at UAB, Dr. Vibhu Parcha is treating some of the sickest COVID-19 patients. “It was almost instantaneous that we started to know that almost every COVID patient that was admitted was having some derangement in their clotting profile,” Parcha stated. Universally, COVID patients are being admitted to UAB with blood clotting issues, a manifestation of the virus. Even those who are very healthy aren’t immune. While some patients develop blood clots as the virus progresses, others are admitted after suffering from a stroke or heart attack brought on by the virus. “Young patients are coming in with no comorbidities and they’re coming in with strokes and kidney failure, a lot of patients who do develop strokes do not completely recover,” he explained. “It’s staggering.”

Parcha says he recently treated a 30-year-old who attempted to fight the virus at home. Due to clotting issues, he now has permanent heart damage. Parcha says if the patient had come in three days earlier, it could have changed his life. “We’ve had a range of patients that we’ve seen,” Parcha said of the patients’ ages and health conditions. “We had a 35-year-old guy who had a five kids, he was doing really well before the pandemic came in. He was admitted with us, we took very good care of him. We tried our best. He was with us in the intensive care unit. He did not make it.” Most of the blood clots are in the lungs, but also impact other major organs. Some doctors go as far to say COVID-19 is one of the most clot-producing diseases they’ve ever treated. “As more data and evidence accumulates we’ll have a better understanding of what regulates the fact that some have higher manifestations of the clotting disorder, while others don’t,” he said. Parcha explained that some of the patients who are taking blood thinners for other health conditions prior to contracting the virus can have better outcomes.

“There is some anecdotal evidence which suggests that people who are on anticoagulants or who are given systemic anticoagulants seem to do better, especially in intensive care settings,” he said. Parcha’s currently enrolling patients in a trial that uses nitric oxide to help the gases in the lungs transfer properly after the overall lung function is decreased by COVID-19. “This is primarily because the blood supply to the functional portion of the lungs is restricted by these micro-clots, which is making parts of the lung nonfunctional so if there is no blood supply to the small portions of the lungs called alveoli,” he explained. “So the functional capacity of the lung goes down and that kind of manifests as the entire lung disease spectrum of the COVID-19.” During the SARS outbreak, researchers found that nitric oxide helped treat similar clotting issues and it killed the virus, which is promising. UAB is expected to enroll more patients in the study than other participating facilities. He says enrollment is ahead of schedule due to the volume of sick patients admitted to the hospital. If severely ill COVID-19 patients are fortunate enough to recover, it’s unclear whether they will continue to experience clots and if the organs that were damaged by the clotting disorder will heal.

“We don’t know what the impact these clots have had on patients' cardiac function, how their heart is functioning, or how their brain is functioning,” Parcha explained. “We would see an impact of that in the coming time.” Parcha sees the best and the worst outcomes of this disease on a daily basis, something that weighs on the entire medical community. “Those instances affect us, these are our peers - some are our age,” he said of the patients. “These people are just going about their daily activities and they were badly affected by the pandemic. We’re seeing multiple members of the same family admitted in the hospital. (continued)

https://www.wsfa.com/2020/06/10/its-staggering-doctors-sound-alarm-severely-ill-covid-patients-develop-damaging-blood-clots/
http://archive.is/2x7tR


Reader 06/15/2020 (Mon) 01:20:35 Id: 787614 [Preview] No.16016 del
Some of them are making it through, some of them are still intubated. It’s having a social impact in a manner which is unprecedented.” That’s why he hopes information like this will raise awareness and urge the public to take the proper precautions by wearing a mask, practice social distancing and aggressive hygiene measures. “We have to practice social distancing, the disease could be very severe,” Parcha admitted. “You don’t want to end up with a stroke at the age of 30.” Parcha advises if you have the virus or experience shortness of breath while talking or walking through your house to seek medical care.
"That difficulty breathing may be driven at that point of time by clotting disorder or by just by the inflammation in the lungs itself, and the rest of the organs." He also reminds the public to use the acronym “FAST” when attempting to identify a stroke. "F" stands for “facial dropping.” "A" is for “arm weakness.” "S" stands for “slurred speech,” and "T" is a reminder that time is of the essence. Those who are experiencing difficulty breathing or any of the stroke symptoms should call 911. - Jennifer Horton of WSFA12 News reports


Reader 06/23/2020 (Tue) 01:33:58 Id: dccf16 [Preview] No.16030 del
oh they were probably on the way out anyway


Reader 06/24/2020 (Wed) 03:02:01 Id: 32a441 [Preview] No.16031 del
>>16030
>"everyone who dies of this virus or retains permanent effects deserves it because [insert minor health pathology here]"
Well aren't you the perfect fucking specimen?


Reader 06/27/2020 (Sat) 21:11:15 Id: 668b30 [Preview] No.16037 del
>>16030
Gee, another one of these nihilistic posts that strangely always show up when we're talking about COVID-19.

What a coincidence that we always get one person making pretty much the same post in each thread


Reader 07/09/2020 (Thu) 05:38:11 Id: 5f8a6c [Preview] No.16060 del
I do hope that this is new and profound jewry instead of the reality. That being said, I suppose I would prefer to die to a cerebral aneurysm or something of the sort instead of a respiratory virus.



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Clown world Reader 06/27/2020 (Sat) 19:49:10 [Preview] No. 16035 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Photos of Russians voting in unusual places are all over social media — don’t worry though, it’s legal

June 25 marks the first day of voting in Russia’s plebiscite on constitutional amendments — a nationwide vote that could allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power until 2036. Following months of advertising and an official push for voting online, however, many Russian citizens were surprised to find out that the government’s high-tech electoral capabilities don’t extend to in-person voting.

As it turns out, casting a paper ballot doesn’t necessarily involve a fully equipped polling station. Posts on social media show Russians partaking in the plebiscite in all kinds of unusual places, including on a bus, at a playground, and even on a tree stump next to a local well. We could go on, but it’s easier to see for yourself.
https://meduza.io/en/feature/2020/06/25/photos-of-russians-voting-in-unusual-places-are-all-over-social-media-don-t-worry-though-it-s-legal


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>>16035
Why are they voting anyway? lol Everyone knows that Putin's going to win "by a landslide" again. Like the last 3 times



Silly bitch admits face masks are not for protection Government illusion of safety 05/19/2020 (Tue) 19:41:03 Id: 2a16cd [Preview] No. 15948 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
[First I'm going to explain something before posting the article. The average fabric density of cloth is 1.5 grams per cubic centimeter and with cloth you're going to absorb virus particles. 10,000 micrometers are in a centimeter. Covid-19 particles hang in the air for up to 3 hours and are between .08 to .14 of a micrometer. These will get through your masks, either exhaling or inhaling.]

"Wearing a face mask won't prevent you from getting coronavirus, but it may give you some peace of mind."
Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a warning guide to Americans that the coronavirus outbreak was fast approaching. This news caused face mask sales to skyrocket, despite the fact that wearing one probably won't protect you from contracting the illness. Of course, it's considered a social norm in some cultures to wear a face mask somewhat regularly. In China, Japan, and South Korea, face masks may be worn to reduce risks associated with air pollution. They may also be worn as a way to protect others from illness in collectivist cultures. Yet more and more people are walking around wearing face masks, even as suppliers increase the prices. So why do so many people want to cover up their faces if it doesn't help? It actually has more to do with their mental health than their physical health.

We grow comfortable with the risks we take on a regular basis. Perhaps you drive your car every day. You likely don't feel scared when you get behind the wheel. You might even reply to text messages occasionally or forget to buckle up when driving. But according to statistics, driving a car is a big risk. You have about a one in 103 chance of dying in a car crash. It just doesn't feel scary because it's a familiar risk you take. The coronavirus isn't familiar. So you're uncomfortable with the risk of contracting it, and possibly dying from it. You likely have a bigger fear of it than of crashing your car. Media consumption also fuels fears. Whether scrolling through social media or flipping through channels, reports about death tolls and the speed at which coronavirus is spreading are everywhere. The more content consumed, the more likely you are to overestimate chances of contracting the coronavirus — and the more likely your anxiety levels will skyrocket.

When we feel anxious about something, we become desperate to gain some sense of control over the situation. It's a phenomenon psychologists call the "illusion of control." And research shows we often make strange decisions based on our perceived level of control. For example, research shows most people think they are less likely to get into an accident when driving a car, as opposed to being the passenger. Being in the driver's seat makes people think they can prevent accidents — even though it doesn't really guarantee this at all. Similarly, studies also show that people think they have a better chance of winning the lottery when they pick their own numbers, as opposed to allowing the computer to pick for them. Even though the numbers are drawn randomly, people are more likely to assume that having more control (picking their own numbers) increases their chances of success.

When it comes to the coronavirus, most of us likely feel we have little control over whether we contract it. And little is known about what might happen if we get it. Wearing a face mask is one way to convince ourselves that we have some control over it. We tell ourselves, "Wearing this mask decreases my chances of getting sick." This, in turn, reduces our anxiety. Rather than idly waiting for something bad to happen, we feel better if we take some sort of action. Even if the action isn't helpful, we have a way of fooling ourselves into believing that our behavior has control over the outcome. Interestingly, research also reveals the tendency to overcompensate when there are "safeguards" in place.

https://www.businessinsider.com/face-masks-wont-help-avoid-illness-so-why-wear-them-mental-health#we-overcompensate-when-safeguards-are-in-place-3
http://archive.is/j8ZVZ
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Reader 05/22/2020 (Fri) 00:53:42 Id: 259d68 [Preview] No.15954 del
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There was a typo where I didn't state 1.5 grams per cubic centimeter on the average fabric density of cloth. It's fixed now.


Reader 05/26/2020 (Tue) 19:05:41 [Preview] No.15960 del
Face mask protects you from facial recognition cameras.


Reader 06/06/2020 (Sat) 08:27:43 [Preview] No.15999 del
I thought everyone in the world knew this already; its plastered on every youtube video concerning the use of face masks. We wear face masks because it tells others that we are at least taking some precautions in preventing the people around us from getting the virus. This helps others trust us more. Course there are more ways to spread the virus but with how easy it is to transfer illnesses through saliva I would rather have the people around me covered.
Not too sure about how reliable face masks are from preventing the people around you from getting sick, but personally I use an industry grade face mask from my last chemical engineering job.


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>>15999
>Not too sure about how reliable face masks are from preventing the people around you from getting sick
0%. They're illusions of safety. Virologists wear full environment suits when dealing with deadly viruses for a reason. https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/85814
"The authors pointed to earlier research showing particles 0.04 to 0.2 μm "can penetrate surgical masks." For the coronavirus responsible for SARS, particles were estimated to be within that range at 0.08 to 0.14 μm, they said." (μm = micrometer) That means SARS-CoV-2 particles are between 8/100ths to 14/100ths of a single micrometer. Saliva particles begin at 0.06 of micrometer, that is 6/100ths and up. Every saliva particle above 0.08 will penetrate those masks.
https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-1342
"The median viral loads after coughs without a mask, with a surgical mask, and with a cotton mask were 2.56 log copies/mL, 2.42 log copies/mL, and 1.85 log copies/mL, respectively. All swabs from the outer mask surfaces of the masks were positive for SARS–CoV-2, whereas most swabs from the inner mask surfaces were negative" + "Neither surgical nor cotton masks effectively filtered SARS–CoV-2 during coughs by infected patients."
Clearly, 4/100ths to 20/100ths of a micrometer can penetrate surgical masks. Coffee filters filter 20 microns and up. Dishtowels/washcloths filter 60% of 10/100ths of a micron and up, leaving 40% you're taking in. Average T-shirt cloth filters 30% of airborne particles 50 microns and higher. And >>15951 displays the common disposable masks provided by corporations which filter 3 microns+. Your natural mucociliary clearance filters 2.5 microns and above on it's own. Anything filtering above that amount is completely useless. Coffee filters, cloth masks, corporate provided disposable masks = pointless. They're placebos.


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>>15960
This is the only reason I wear one now, before it wasn't accepted.



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KIKE Merkel's Foreign Minister, a Leftist, Openly Sides With US Rioters Against Police Reader 06/07/2020 (Sun) 20:41:54 Id: b82438 [Preview] No. 16006 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The left-wing Social Democrat foreign minister in Germany, Heiko Maas, joins with left-wingers everywhere in criticising the behavior of law enforcement in the United States. Although the FRG (Federal Republic) is the least democratic state in Europe, with its notorious “Paragraph 130” that excludes anything related in any way to the National Socialist regime of 1933-45 from the general freedoms of speech and association guaranteed by German Basic law, Maas expressed concern for American democracy on Tuesday.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Tuesday said peaceful protests against police brutality in the United States were "more than legitimate" and called for press freedom for those covering the demonstrations. (Deutsche Welle.com) Since there is no press freedom in Germany, due to the above mentioned Paragraph 130, of which Maas fully approves, he is simply making a show of support for the mass protests and his hopes that a Biden administration will succeed the Trump administration, ushering in a more “progressive” American leadershop that will put us back into the Paris Climate Accord, the Iran Nuclear deal and the WHO, which Donald Trump removed the US from. At a news conference, Maas called the violent US demonstrations of burning and looting over the past 5-6 nights, “peaceful protests” and said that he “can only express the hope that the peaceful protests don't turn violent, and even more the hope that they will have an impact." By impact, he means to bring about better race relations, except that what he calls “better” is better not asked. He tweeted the same message on Tuesday.

Deutsche Welle reporter involved in dispute with Minneapolis police
“Democratic states under the rule of law have to meet the highest standards when it comes to protecting freedom of press," Maas added. "Any violence that occurs in this context not only has to be criticized — above all it has to be properly followed up and investigated so that journalists are protected when they are doing their work." (DW)
The trouble with that is, todays so-called journalists are actually propagandists with a very distinct left-wing bias to their reporting, and news outlets like Deutsche Welle or CNN are most definitely putting out propaganda, not neutral straight reporting. Everything is tinged with the liberal bias, and much is painted boldly with favoring one party, politician, or interpretation of events outright. Maas told DW, "We remain firmly committed: Journalists must be able to carry out their task, which is independent coverage of events, without endangering their safety." I question their independent coverage, which is my right to do, and would remind the foreign minister to look to his own 'democracy' before trying to force others to adolpt his own sold-out, 'one world' views. Meddler Maas said his office will contact US officials about the incident involving the DW reporter Stefan Simons, but nothing will come of it because the police were not in the wrong in ordering Simons to move out of the location he was in. It is their city, especially when they're engaged in anti-riot enforcement.

https://russia-insider.com/en/merkels-foreign-minister-leftist-openly-sides-us-rioters-against-police/ri30545
http://archive.is/wi9ql



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New York Has Roughly Half the COVID-19 Cases in the US Reader 03/29/2020 (Sun) 15:57:55 Id: ece224 [Preview] No. 15761 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Even though I firmly believe that the coronavirus is a totally overhyped problem, it is still a problem. New York State and in particular New York City has been hit quite hard. They currently have roughly half of all coronavirus cases in the country.

CNN: "There were over 74,000 cases of coronavirus in the United States as of Thursday midday. About half were in New York — almost 10 times more than any other state. Why has the outbreak hit New York so much harder than other places? Health experts said the answers are largely specific to the New York metropolitan area — its density and population, primarily — but they are also a warning to other states that think they may be spared. New York is the epicenter for now, but Covid-19 will not stop there."

The latest numbers show that New York has by far the most coronavirus cases. Far more than any other state. New Jersey has the second highest number of cases and they are geographically located right next to New York. So why does New York have so many cases? Well, it is worth mentioning that New York and New York City in particular has a very large population of Jews. Thanks to the work of prominent German politicians like Adolf Hitler, we know that Jews are a filthy race of people who live in filthy dwellings. Just look at these Jews. As we can see, they are a disgusting and demonic race of rats who originate from the pits of hell. Considering how dirty and disgusting these Jews are, would it not be safe to assume that their filthy dwellings and poor hygiene played a major role in helping spread COVID-19?

In my view, this is something that should be immediately investigated by the federal government. The Jewish problem aside, New York’s politicians were of no help. They were claiming that people who had questions about the coronavirus were racists. A point of which Tucker Carlson recently covered on his cable news show. And just a few weeks ago, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio was telling people to go out on the town even as it was becoming apparent that the coronavirus was going to be an issue. But maybe we should thank De Blasio and these other politicians. Their retarded handling of the situation resulted in the death of this Holocaust hoaxing kike.

It’s also likely that other Holocaust hoaxing kikes will die from the coronavirus and that is a very good thing. In fact, maybe De Blasio and these other politicians intentionally said and did the dumbest things imaginable because they wanted the coronavirus to kill all the Jews that live in New York City. But let’s be clear. The fact that the biggest problem with the coronavirus is in an area where lots of Jews live is a link that absolutely needs to be looked into. If there is a link, and I fully suspect that there is, we need to immediately round up all Jews and put them in FEMA camps. High quality FEMA camps with very large shower rooms so they can be cleaned and less likely to spread this horrible infection. It is a sacrifice these Jews must make if America is to survive into the future. And considering that Jews claim they are loyal to America before any other country, I have no doubt that these Jews would be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice.

https://infostormer.com/new-york-has-roughly-half-the-covid-19-cases-in-the-us/
http://archive.is/juAUJ


Reader 06/01/2020 (Mon) 06:41:13 Id: d30a1e [Preview] No.15976 del
why already. i fucking hate jew york. keep the virus going spread it around more. lets convince the jews to kill themselves


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>>15976
It's been 2 months since that article. New York is the most infected state with 370,770 confirmed cases and 29,784 deaths. They have more deaths than all of fucking Brazil, the 2nd most infected. The United States is the most infected nation in the world, as there's now 1,790,191 cases and 104,383 deaths. No other even comes close to 790 thousand cases, much less a million and 790 thousand.


Reader 06/02/2020 (Tue) 23:32:59 Id: 747a68 [Preview] No.15984 del
>>15976
Maybe it's just a really unsanitary city. Heard it's really filthy there.

>>15977
New york is pretty much done for after this, one can assume



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Fauci Turned Trump Reader 05/15/2020 (Fri) 03:36:27 Id: 8ee7cf [Preview] No. 15928 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Using the army for vaccinations is unacceptable.
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Reader 05/18/2020 (Mon) 12:46:30 Id: 55156e [Preview] No.15942 del
>>15941
>durr I'm not talking about America but all up on Trump's dick
Trump is the President of America, you fucking retard. I just showed you exactly how he did not respond to curb the spread of Covid-19. America is unlucky alright, to have that piece of shit ignorant wealthy kike in office.


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POTUS could've contained the spread. Instead, Trump called the virus a Democratic hoax, then went golfing and held rallies. This was displayed in pictures children could have understood, but apparently I have to type it down as well for an absolute retard.

Look at that. We're almost at 90 thousand dead North Americans, a number ever rising thanks to re-opening the nation. We're not yet at the "good job" of between 100,00 and 200,000. Don't worry. We'll get there soon.


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Look at that. Not even a day later and it's now at over 90 thousand dead Americans with over a million and a half cases U.S. What a fantastic fucking job this tiny hands half-brained oompa loompa of a President has done.


Reader 05/29/2020 (Fri) 21:14:51 Id: 6695be [Preview] No.15963 del
>>15947
You Americans are at a 100,000 deaths now.

Wonder how it'll look like for everyone on earth by the time the year ends


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Coronavirus: many patients reporting neurological symptoms Reader 05/11/2020 (Mon) 23:44:59 Id: 43a443 [Preview] No. 15917 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As case numbers of COVID-19 continue to rise around the world, we are starting to see an increasing number of reports of neurological symptoms. Some studies report that over a third of patients show neurological symptoms. In the vast majority of cases, COVID-19 is a respiratory infection that causes fever, aches, tiredness, sore throat, cough and, in more severe cases, shortness of breath and respiratory distress. Yet we now understand that COVID-19 can also infect cells outside of the respiratory tract and cause a wide range of symptoms from gastrointestinal disease (diarrhoea and nausea) to heart damage and blood clotting disorders. It appears that we have to add neurological symptoms to this list, too. Several recent studies have identified the presence of neurological symptoms in COVID-19 cases. Some of these studies are case reports where symptoms are observed in individuals. Several reports have described COVID-19 patients suffering from Guillain–Barré syndrome. Guillain–Barré syndrome is a neurological disorder where the immune system responds to an infection and ends up mistakenly attacking nerve cells, resulting in muscle weakness and eventually paralysis.

Other cases studies have described severe COVID-19 encephalitis (brain inflammation and swelling) and stroke in healthy young people with otherwise mild COVID-19 symptoms. Larger studies from China and France have also investigated the prevalence of neurological disorders in COVID-19 patients. These studies have shown that 36% of patients have neurological symptoms. Many of these symptoms were mild and include things like headache or dizziness that could be caused by a robust immune response. Other more specific and severe symptoms were also seen and include loss of smell or taste, muscle weakness, stroke, seizure and hallucinations. These symptoms are seen more often in severe cases, with estimates ranging from 46% to 84% of severe cases showing neurological symptoms. Changes in consciousness, such as disorientation, inattention and movement disorders, were also seen in severe cases and found to persist after recovery.

Crossing the blood-brain barrier
SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, may cause neurological disorders by directly infecting the brain or as a result of the strong activation of the immune system. Recent studies have found the novel coronavirus in the brains of fatal cases of COVID-19. It has also been suggested that infection of olfactory neurons in the nose may enable the virus to spread from the respiratory tract to the brain. Cells in the human brain express the ACE2 protein on their surface. ACE2 is a protein involved in blood pressure regulation and is the receptor the virus uses to enter and infect cells. ACE2 is also found on endothelial cells that line blood vessels. Infection of endothelial cells may allow the virus to pass from the respiratory tract to the blood and then across the blood-brain barrier into the brain. Once in the brain, replication of the virus may cause neurological disorders. SARS-CoV-2 infection also results in a very strong response by the immune system. This immune response may directly cause neurological disorders in the form of Guillain–Barré syndrome. But brain inflammation might also indirectly cause neurological damage, such as through brain swelling. And it’s associated with – though doesn’t necessarily cause – neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-many-patients-reporting-neurological-symptoms-136692
http://archive.is/havpP


Reader 05/13/2020 (Wed) 17:06:03 Id: 044c2e [Preview] No.15923 del
nigger


Reader 05/13/2020 (Wed) 22:35:02 Id: d9e0b0 [Preview] No.15924 del
It's just the flu bro.


Reader 05/14/2020 (Thu) 02:26:27 Id: 6da2c7 [Preview] No.15925 del
Such great information here. We can really save lives if we promote the real science


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>>15924
It really isn't



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Czech Geneticist: New Coronavirus Has Signs Of Being Man-Made Reader 04/05/2020 (Sun) 00:34:37 Id: f82cf1 [Preview] No. 15773 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
PRAGUE – The well-known Czech molecular geneticist and virologist Sonia Pekova says that one cannot exclude the possibility that the coronavirus that caused the global pandemic was created artificially.

“I believe that this cannot be ruled out. It behaves very unusual. There are a finite number of viruses that infect humans in the world. We can usually guess by the symptoms of the disease which virus causes it. Of course, not 100%, but we can say: if the symptoms look like this, then this is most likely some kind of flu virus, when diarrhea is another type of virus, when a rash is one where we are looking for herpes viruses. Therefore, when we know that the disease is caused by a coronavirus, it will have a certain course. But this coronavirus has a completely different picture, it’s like a new type of disease,” she said.

According to the virologist, the opposite view is not established by an article by American scientists, which states without clear evidence that the artificial origin of this virus is ‘completely excluded’. “This article was published in the highly reputable journal Nature Medicine. She said it is undoubtedly very well and carefully written. However, it is entirely devoted to the structural genes of this virus and does not mention a word about its regulatory region. "Indian scientists, by the way, found structures similar to the structures of HIV, just in the structural part of the virus – to what extent this is true, I’m not in the position to say to you. But be that as it may, the article in Nature Medicine does not consider the regulatory region of this coronavirus at all, but it seems to me that the change in the genocode of this virus is located in this regulatory region, ” Pekova clarified.

https://www.fort-russ.com/2020/04/czech-geneticist-new-coronavirus-has-signs-of-being-man-made/
http://archive.is/zPcRm


DrKralle 04/08/2020 (Wed) 18:17:06 Id: f34efc [Preview] No.15780 del
... the report of the Indian researchers.


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>>15780
"In molecular biology, insertional mutagenesis is the creation of mutations of DNA by addition of one or more base pairs. Such insertional mutations can occur naturally, mediated by viruses or transposons, or can be artificially created for research purposes in the lab.
>Results: Uncanny similarity of novel inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag
>We then translated the aligned genome and found that these inserts are present in all Wuhan 2019-nCoV viruses except the 2019-nCoV virus of Bat as a host
>Intrigued by the 4 highly conserved inserts unique to 2019-nCoV we wanted to understand their origin
>Surprisingly, each of the four inserts aligned with short segments of the Human immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV-1) proteins.
>However, it is unlikely that all 4 inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike glycoprotein fortuitously match with 2 key structural proteins of an unrelated virus (HIV-1).
>To our surprise, these sequence insertions were not only absent in S protein of SARS but were also not observed in any other member of the Coronaviridae family
>This is startling as it is quite unlikely for a virus to have acquired such unique insertions naturally in a short duration of time.
>The genome sequence from the recent 28 clinical isolates showed that the sequence coding for these insertions are conserved amongst all these isolates.
>This indicates that these insertions have been preferably acquired by the 2019-nCoV, providing it with additional survival and infectivity advantage.
>Since surface proteins are responsible for host tropism, changes in these proteins imply a change in host specificity of the virus.
>According to reports from China, there has been a gain of host specificity in case 2019-nCoV as the virus was originally known to infect animals and not humans but after the mutations, it has gained tropism to humans as well.
>Further, this structural change might have also increased the range of host cells that 2019-nCoV can infect.