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  1. 18 hours ago, keith2011 said:

     In case you were not aware of the weather, it reached over 40 C even in the UK and regularly over 35 in most of Northern Europe this summer, add to that the complete failure to cope with such temperatures of the AC in most transport systems and perhaps that might give you a hint. Its a fucking uncomfortable nuisance basically, and as more people see others flouting the law which is not enforced the more will think it must be OK.

     

    18 hours ago, silty1 said:

     

    That all a fucking depends on where the government is telling you to wear a mask.  Crowded buses and hospitals and old folks homes, fine.  Outdoors?  That should be optional.  

     

    I see, you are the ones who were running the red traffic light 100 years ago and got hit by a car. Because the government is not going to tell me how to walk. 

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  2. 50 minutes ago, silty1 said:

    Could it be that the majority are fed up with restrictions and just want to lead a normal life?

     

    What is the problem to wear a mask in a fucking northern Europe? 

     

    Last winter we were in Italy and noticed that a lot of people, including police, were wearing masks outdoors. We also put it on, so to not to be fined. However, there was no outdoor mask mandate in that town, people just wore it because it was freezing cold outside. So, we were wearing masks, too, it was comfortable to do it. 

     

    In the Middle East, it is another story. In 2020 there was an outdoor mask mandate at 35 C centigrade for a month, and it was enforced. 

    That was absurd, and soon it was canceled. 

     

     

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  3. 2 hours ago, Tap said:

    This is completely untrue, why do you post things like this?

    For the same reason the fraudsters write E-Mails in broken German (English, French, whatever their target speaks). They claim to be from Deutsche Bank support and create a page that looks exactly like Deutsche Bank, so why they cannot hire someone on Hartz IV who speaks better German?

     

    Because they don't want you to press the button, you are waste of time for them. They want stupid people as their "clients", and grammar is the first filter. They are looking for people who will not notice anything.

     

     

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  4. 6 hours ago, Mr.Bear said:

    Chart and table of the Israel birth rate from 1950 to 2022. United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100.

    • The current birth rate for Israel in 2022 is 19.248 births per 1000 people, a 1.49% decline from 2021.
    • The birth rate for Israel in 2021 was 19.539 births per 1000 people, a 1.47% decline from 2020.
    • The birth rate for Israel in 2020 was 19.830 births per 1000 people, a 1.45% decline from 2019.
    • The birth rate for Israel in 2019 was 20.121 births per 1000 people, a 1.43% decline from 2018.

    You love to make yourself a clown, don't you? What is birth per 1000 people?

    Israel is a country with a lot of children, and the number of children is increasing year after year. This is logical that the number of new births per capita is decreasing because babies cannot give birth, they need at least 18 years to do that.

     

    For you as a kid:

    2019 1000 people give birth to 20 babies, that will be 20 birth per 1000 people

    2020 1020 people give birth to 20 babies, that will be 19.6 births per 1000 people

    DECREASE!!!

     

    What a joke you are, Mr HIV

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  5. 7 hours ago, Mr.Bear said:

    Keep it, you will need it to answer why are so many stillbirth.

    Oh no, you got me. Stillbirth!

     

    30.12.2021 (everyone is vaccinated): 184`000 infants were born

    https://www.cbs.gov.il/en/mediarelease/pages/2021/population-of-israel-on-the-eve-of-2022.aspx

     

    31.12.2020 (only old people are being vaccinated): 176`000 infants were born

    https://www.cbs.gov.il/en/mediarelease/Pages/2020/Population-of-Israel-on-the-Eve-of-2021.aspx

     

    31.12.2019 (COVID-19 starts in China): 177`000 infants were born

    https://www.cbs.gov.il/en/mediarelease/Pages/2019/Population-of-Israel-on-the-Eve-of-2020.aspx

     

    Unbelievable, we see that vaccination works, there are 8000 more babies born in 2021 than in 2020!

     

    You forecast for the end of 2022?

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  6. 4 hours ago, Mr.Bear said:

    Mr. HIV, you have proven not being able to read simple pieces of text, you still haven't explained me what was written in the article about the vaccine and HIV. I am sure Prof. Zvika Granot did not say what you claim he said because you can't read.

     

    And now: if you tried to learn a bit of biology you would know that pregnant vaccinated mothers share the vaccine antibodies with their children, so they are born vaccinated. In this case, of course, no reason to vaccinate once more.

     

    The number of vaccinated newborns is very high, but since they were vaccinated via their mothers, they are not in the statistics.

     

    Take the microphone from the floor, Mr. HIV

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  7. There is no sense in discussing any facts with them over and over again.

     

    We are a small and isolated country that was the first in the world to be fully vaccinated. Our population is growing, and the housing prices are skyrocketing.

     

    All our neighbors want us dead, in particular unvaxxed Palestinians want us dead.

     

    If there was even a single problem with the vaccine, we would have noticed it. We are not suicidal, really.

     

    No need to continue this bullshit.

     

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  8. On 8/7/2022, 7:27:42, HH_Sailor said:

    Visitors to a Kibbutz told me that they were pure communism. At least that is what I heard in the '80s

     

    It's the only example I can think of where

    communism does not equate to a dictatorship.

     

    Maybe @yorkeau can expand?

     

     

     

    This was true in the past, but most kibbutzim have been privatized by now. Very few "kibbutz with ideology" remained. 

     

    Kibbutzim (plural) were pretty unique because they were founded by immigrants (mostly from Europe) on a deserted land. In contrast, collective farms in Ukraine (USSR times), Poland or East Germany were founded on confiscated land, and in the USSR people were forced to work in those farms, they were basically slaves: no government IDs, no freedom to move to another farm or freedom to work in a town. Slavery in the USSR ended in 1972, farm workers got IDs and were treated as other USSR citizens with all the (non) freedoms applied. 

     

    In contrast, kibbutz members were free to be their members or free to leave the kibbutz. They got:

    1. a job, but all income was paid into kibbutz.

    2. housing and food for free. I don't know about healthcare. I guess the kibbutz paid into health insurance, so all members were covered. 

    3. Kibbutzim had several cars for the members to use for free.

    4. AFAIK there were no kindergartens, all women took care of all children, including not their own. They also had to work, of course. 

     

    For the outside world, a kibbutz was an agricultural company that sold its products on a free market. 

     

    Did that work? Since very few kibbutzim "with ideology" remained, the answer is no. It worked well in 1930-1950s when Israel was like an African country, and collective farming gave the members financial stability in life. Nowadays there are better options than to work on a farm. Nowadays kibbutzim are like gated communities that accept outsider families to live there, but not to work. 

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  9. 16 minutes ago, Mr.Bear said:

    I never stated that the virus doesn't exist, I stated that I may be immune.

     

    "I never said that guns do not kill, I just deny the mass shootings". 

     

    You deny that this virus caused an extreme death toll and long COVID, so how is that different from denying mass shootings? 

     

    My dad (75) was sick before vaccines, he got mild symptoms, but very severe long COVID hitting his muscles. For one month he could barely walk. You deny the existence of my dad...

     

     

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  10. 7 hours ago, keith2011 said:

     

    Even better, and that from a jury in Texas!

    You can claim there is no virus, it is invisible for a John Depp from Austin, but claiming there was no shooting and that your son was not shot is a red line even in Texas.

     

     

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  11. Two good news:

    1. Generalstaatsanwaltschaft München has opened investigation against one Querdenker from Upper Bavaria who is suspected in murdering the Austrian doctor.

    https://www.br.de/nachrichten/deutschland-welt/fall-kellermayr-generalstaatsanwaltschaft-muenchen-ermittelt,TDYx802

     

    2. Antivaxx doctor from Garmisch jailed for 2 years for issuing fake mask exception certificates. Generally, in Germany you don't go to jail if the crime is not violent, and you're first time offender. The only reason why the judge did not issue punishment on probation was refusal of the doctor to admit being guilty.

     

    Well, at least this Querdenker is not a hypocrite, she has some respect from me.

    https://www.br.de/nachrichten/bayern/falsche-maskenatteste-gefaengnisstrafe-fuer-aerztin,TDXKLRI

     

    Unfortunately she got only 3 years Berufsverbot. In Israel doctors get lifelong license revokation for much milder offenses.

     

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  12. 4 hours ago, Gambatte said:

    i thought the good thing about communist, possibly the ONLY good thing, is that nobody is very poor

    Ha?

     

    How old are you? Ever heard of a country called the Soviet Union? 

     

    China is economically no more Communist (but still larger sectors of the economy are controlled by the state), but politically it still pretty much is. 

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  13. Nice try to divert the discussion, but Austrian police did nothing to a doctor who received death threats, apparently, while the criminals were from Germany (as if there is no European Arrest Warrant and as if this is not a crime both in Germany and Austria). 

     

    Querkender are untouchable for the police. 

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  14. 17 hours ago, Keleth said:

    See the thing is apart from Yorkeau (who I most times don´t agree with, especially in regards to vaccination) everyone else on here is actually afraid to say what they think.

    Not that I am afraid, I just have no words in English (or any other language) to describe the phenomenon of Jonnys. 

     

    Many Querdenker are so convinced that they are in a war with the World Evil, that they are ok to kill people, and they are genuinely happy that this doctor is dead. 

     

    Jonny is something different. Not a wanker. One can use the word "troll" but he does not spend enough energy/time to make people of TT angry, if he is a troll, must be a very lazy one. 

     

     

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  15. 12 hours ago, keith2011 said:

    You may have noticed there are almost daily reports of missile strikes on Ukrainian towns and cities far from the front lines.

    My hometown was recently shelled by artillery from the other side of the lake where the nuclear power plant is located. Basically, Ukrainian army cannot shoot back because the nuclear power plant will be hit.

     

    Parents still do not want to run to the paradise of Germany because they are too old to live in the refugee camp (and despite the strikes, it is still relatively safe). Young people are leaving, though.

     

    Back to the topic: there is 100% correlation between being an antivaxxer/Querdenker and supporting Russian fascist invasion of Ukraine. They invested a ton of money into those movements across Europe and USA for decades. And the cuckold governments did nothing to stop the Russians. Free speech absolutism and all of that.

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    3 hours ago, rammot said:

    A friend told me that her friend was able to get a discount because she taught her son for some of the required driving hours. 

    First of all, on public road that would be illegal (criminal liability + insurance will not pay in case of accident).

     

    On official Verkehrsübungsplatz you can teach your kid some basics of driving like switching gears, that will indeed save you some money, but it's not in any way replacement for the official driving lessons (that require driving in Landstrasse, city, autobahn, driving at night etc) required by the state.

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  17. 11 hours ago, keith2011 said:

    You raise an interesting point, since so many anti-vaxxers are also pro life how's that for hypocrisy?

     

    That's not hypocrisy, their position is very consistent. 

     

    They want to ban vaccination the way they are already banning abortion. 

     

    "Let the nature take its course" crowd. Ban all modern medicine and let nature decide. Very consistent. 

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  18. 1 hour ago, keith2011 said:

    But I am guessing you already knew that and were again trying to spread doubt and fear.

     

    The moment you start proving that Earth is not flat, you fall into the trap of flat earthers. 

     

    No need to negotiate with antivaccine terrorists trying to prove them wrong. Let them be right. Indeed there is a conspiracy of pharma companies who created the pandemic and then created the vaccine which kills all the world population, except the minority of antivaxxers. 

     

    Let this theory be correct. Then it is unfair that only anti-vaxxers survive, but not us. This makes me even more pro-vaccination. If the vaccine kills, everyone should die, no exceptions. 

     

    Right? 

     

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  19. 15 hours ago, Jonny said:

    Fine.  There's a risk.  But when politicians were trying to make this mandatory it would be nice to say no and be done with it. My body my choice etc.  Or does that only apply to abortion

    Abortion is not mandatory, Jonny. 

     

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