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COVID – 19

Posted by treefrog @ 23:24 on July 10, 2020  

i still don’t know anybody who has been sick with the coronavirus.  i have a pretty wide circle of acquaintances.  i personally know 400 or 500 people.  friends, family, business associates, other members of a fellowship, neighbors, etc.

all the people who have been sick with the bat – clap are people i have not met.

All the info about covid you may want from a Swiss Doctor

Posted by newtogold @ 21:25 on July 10, 2020  

Thanks go out to Fully as I borrowed this from him. Filled with references backing each and every assertion. A treasure chest of info on what is the real deal IMHO. https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/

Richard640 @ 15:33 re: Tesla

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:50 on July 10, 2020  

Must be those Robinhood folks I keep hearing about. They rob from themselves to give to the banks and brokers. 🙂

Not a great day for the PM shares but the week as a whole was pretty good. The HUI hasn’t been here for a long time.

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:35 on July 10, 2020  

Have a great weekend everyone!

Mr.Copper @ 15:15

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:24 on July 10, 2020  

Interesting stuff going on. Let’s hope we never have the “trimming” that takes out most of the population. If Globalization and the NWO have taken a fatal blow I’ll be the first to stand up and cheer!


Richard640 @ 15:40

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:18 on July 10, 2020  

On the way Rich.

‘We’re All Truly Blessed’ to Have Trump, …..Head of “GOYA FOODS “

Posted by Ororeef @ 17:11 on July 10, 2020  

boycott of Goya Foods

THESE Idiots would bite the hand that FEEDS THEM

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 12: Chrissy Teigen speaks onstage at the 2018 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards: Women Rise on November 12, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Glamour)
Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Glamour

Chrissy Teigen is pushing a boycott of Goya Foods after the company’s CEO praised President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday.  Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda and actor John Leguizamo echoed her calls to boycott the maker of Latino food products.

COT Report – Interesting

Posted by Buygold @ 16:06 on July 10, 2020  

Looks like the funds are more active than the banksters


Ipso–sorry I couldn’t find it–please just send to my e-mail address the address

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:40 on July 10, 2020  


Is that a bell I hear ringing? Tsla up over $1500=+ $126 today–Bell weather Apple up 42 cents…

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:33 on July 10, 2020  

or maybe I just have bats in my belfry….snort!

TSLA’s now as big as JPMorgan… and TSLA is now bigger than Ford + GM + BMW + Daimler + Volkswagen combined

@ipso facto re Chinese health official now admits ‘unknown pneumonia more deadly

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:15 on July 10, 2020  

Such a strange coincidence. World War I a people herd trimming before the next “game”. World War II another human herd trimming for the next agenda after that war. And here we are, another human herd trimming at the start of next new, new world order game.

Everybody knows the New World Order after 1945 has ended. I knew at 9/11/01 the beginning of the end of that 1945 one. Also note WW II ended with a huge climax herd trimming in Japan. Like shooting a deer with an arrow. Was it dead when the arrow hit, or two hours and a mile away. Was the NWO dead at 9/11? Or now with the Virus. I say globalization got it’s fatal blow on nine eleven.

A New World Order for the Coronavirus Era Is Emerging …


In July 1945, at the close of World War II, the leaders of the U.S., Great Britain and the Soviet Union gathered at a Prussian royal palace in Potsdam outside the conquered German capital to hammer out the new global order. The seeds were sown for the Cold War.

As visitors in face masks ponder the consequences of those decisions at a new exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of the conference, the geopolitical map of the world is again being redrawn. This time, it’s a result of the coronavirus, which German Chancellor Angela Merkel has described as the biggest challenge of the postwar era.
Trends that were already discernible pre-Covid-19 have intensified and accelerated. “A lot of structural problems in the international order are becoming much more glaringly apparent,” History is littered with unintended consequences
The pandemic hasn’t so much changed the world as “thrown a brutal spotlight on the flaws, deficiencies and the disrepair both for the international order and national order,”
Populism and its scorn for experts has been exposed.

Chinese health official now admits ‘unknown pneumonia more deadly than coronavirus’ that is ‘sweeping’ Kazakhstan is actually ‘likely to be Covid-19’

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:48 on July 10, 2020  


goldielocks @ 13:05

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:16 on July 10, 2020  

You bet goldie!

The generosity and support of our group is amazing! 🙂

Richard640 @ 12:53

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:14 on July 10, 2020  

We appreciate your support!

Email to the toodemoon address at the bottom of the right sidebar for contact info.


Posted by goldielocks @ 13:05 on July 10, 2020  

Thanks for letting me know that you mail was in reply or wouldn’t of seen it.

I’m in for a c-note…lemme know where to send my rubber check….or PayPal?

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:53 on July 10, 2020  

Tesla Employees Will Gladly Build Police Cruisers

Posted by eeos @ 12:39 on July 10, 2020  

Safe, Fast, Economical, Low Maintenance Cost, Fleetworthy Vehicles that are going to steamroll gas engine cars coming soon. Soon to be built in a right to work state without those retarded UAW morons on the assembly line


Posted by ipso facto @ 12:23 on July 10, 2020  

“China … wind up on a forced organ donor list that makes the Donner party look like humane.”

LOL would be more funny if not true!

Out for a bit

Ororeef @ 12:10

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:20 on July 10, 2020  

Turks are meddling there with no valid claim. They’re a monkey wrench thrown into development of the gas.

With Turkey in Nato and our supposed ally and us having the Incirlik base it’s a complicated situation.


Posted by goldielocks @ 12:18 on July 10, 2020  

I wonder what kind of people Ford is hiring? They’ll take the whole company down with them. They should be fired because you can’t trust them now. If you have fast food workers messing with their food and drinks you could have auto workers messing with their cars. Just more useful idiots helping dictators like China. I wonder if they know what China would do with them and wind up on a forced organ donor list that makes the Donner party look like humane survival. Although like Germany people knew about it but didn’t do anything. They have millions in their concentration camps as well as Korea. Wonder how they let that get started look at these useful idiots.

ipso facto @ 11:41 on July 10, 2020 The Gas fields are south of Cyprus to Egypt east to Israel

Posted by Ororeef @ 12:10 on July 10, 2020  


There some Turks at North end of cypress all of South is GREEK.!  Erdogan has no real claim on Gas Fields ,Island Population is 89 % Greek..

ipso facto @ 11:30 on July 10, 2020

Posted by Ororeef @ 11:42 on July 10, 2020  

FIRING them NOW !  …before it spreads like wildfire from these crazies …It will spread and destroy every company ..KILL it NOW ! its a disease !

Hire private police forces to protect the loyal workers from intimidation ..Who owns that company anyhow ? Assert your rights to private property  !

Ororeef @ 11:33

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:41 on July 10, 2020  

Erdogan is a thorn in the butt of the world! If he was a reasonable person he could be doing great things for his country … but instead he is an aggressor to his neighbors.

Don’t do business in PNG!

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:35 on July 10, 2020  

Barrick Gold escalates dispute with PNG over Porgera mine

Canada’s Barrick Gold (TSX: ABX) (NYSE: GOLD) has served a dispute notice to the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government over the country’s refusal to renew a licence for Porgera mine.

The world’s second-largest gold producer argues that PNG’s decision to reject the application for the lease extension violated a bilateral investment treaty between the country and Australia, as well as international law governing foreign investment.

Barrick and its Chinese partner, Zijin Mining, temporarily halted operations at the mine in Enga Province late in April. The move followed Prime Minister James Marape’s refusal to renew Porgera’s permit on environmental and social concerns.


The Toronto-based miner noted such rejection was publicly announced without notifying the mine manager, Barrick Niugini Limited, or following appropriate processes.

more https://www.mining.com/barrick-gold-escalates-dispute-with-png-over-porgera-mine/

ipso facto @ 10:19 on July 10, 2020

Posted by Ororeef @ 11:33 on July 10, 2020  

EGYPT and Israel should send a message to TURKS  ..WE developed Eastern Med GAS exploration ..go HOME your not welcome here.

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