Xanthippa [S] 1 point ago

Comparing what has finished happening (past flu) to what is just getting started is foolish and irresponsible.

Also, the death toll from the Wuhan flu in China may be closet 15 million already:


It is difficult for us to comprehend just how deeply integrated into Chnese life the smart phones are: you cannot buy anything without paying using your smart phone, so the government can track everyone at all times. This video shows just how essential a smart phone is for survival in China:


Xanthippa [S] 0 points ago

This virus kills 1/5 elderly people. The younger you are, the safer you are.

However, if you know more than 5 elderly people, chances are you will know someone who will have died from the Wuhan flu.

Xanthippa [S] 2 points ago

Plus the media is hoping to scare people from going to vote - might get the virus if you go vote!

Xanthippa [S] 6 points ago

This site focuses on providing links to various sources that deal with dangers to our Western civilization.


'Reader's links' is where anyone can post links to various stories (often over a 100 a day), then the most important ones get made into a separate post.

Interesting reading.

Also, RAIR Foundation: https://rairfoundation.com/

Xanthippa [S] 2 points ago

Free healthcare is when doctors and nurses work for free, no pay. And use meds given to them for free by big Pharma. In hospitals that are built by builders for free, out of the goodness of their hearts, lit and heated by free, donated electricity...and so on.

Xanthippa [S] 17 points ago

Don't forget that we have bio-degradable plastics.

Even compostable plastics.

Why not just switch to these?

Because it was never about the plastic or the environment: it was always about control and virtue signalling.

Xanthippa [S] 22 points ago

Suicide is such a terrible thing, especially in someone so young. My prayers are with you and your family...

I don't know if this will be of any comfort, but, there may be a genetic component to predisposition to suicide. In one bloodline on my mother's side of the family, every 2nd generation, 1/3 of young people committed suicide. Yes, it skips a generation.

I am in 'the suicide generation' (and, yes, some of my cousins have committed suicide when young), and, well, I reasoned it out that it is my genes that are the problem (not the circumstances) and that if I gave in to them (the bad genes), I would lose - and I am too stubborn to lose. I also tried to impart this lesson to my kids, just in case.

I don't know if this attitude/lesson could help your surviving cousins and I offer it only in the sincere hope that it might do some good...

Xanthippa [S] 32 points ago

Same here!

Was so thankful for TD, and they took my family away from me.

Now I will move here.