Common sense has prevailed over clown world in this case.
That's because anti-vaxxers tend to be soccer moms on Facebook who have bought into "home remedy" tripe and now subject their kids to the beliefs of quacks. See also this: https://fionaolearyblog.wordpress.com/2018/07/20/mms-cd-protocol-is-child-abuse-fact/
What's ironic is that the anti-vax movement has a point and that harmful chemicals do exist in some vaccines. However, they go so far off the deep end by rejecting all vaccines (which are probably the single greatest reason life expectancy has risen) that they sabotage any moderate call for investigation simply out of association.
Nonetheless, anti-vaxxers themselves are a tiny threat compared to a very powerful movement seeking to make government the supreme arbiter of personal health. Once that happens, it very well could inject the entire population with poison and nothing could be done.
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(((they))) don't really care about U.S.
MMS is quackery, but not all who are anti-vax are soccer moms
He never said they were. It's just that there's a significant portion of the anti-vax movement that makes the entire group look bad. Bad apples, and all that.
His point (the one I was responding to) was that anti-vaxxers tend to be FB soccer moms who don't
go around bitching about vaccines, so I don't see what you're getting at
1- In the address field type: about:config
2- In the search field type: xpinstall
3- Change the values shown to: false
4- It may be necessary in the addons tab to Disable and Reenable them again to make them work.
FireFox truly fucked up there. I wonder how many will switch to Opera or any of the other Chromium based browsers. Loosing all your addons is not a good thing. So many people rely on addons to keep ads away and protect them in various ways.
>>220644>Be me>Posting this here so that someone might understand.>Joseph, Robert, Janet, and Wally bunch of jokers.>I just left the family reunion, so my uncle and his son might pull a fast one on me.>Here I am heading back home when my entire junk and ass are on fire, claws digging in.>Speed is a priority. I can't check what's going on here. The engine and music blasting to cover the pain.>But then a guy covered my eyes.>He wanted to play guess who. I could barely hear him.>I'm screaming all the names I could think of.>I keep going until I can see.>We crashed. I could see him now. I knew this guy!>He keeps saying something, but I can't understand.>I wake up sweat covered. Grahams always calm me down especially with milk like how grandma made it.>When suddenly I remember that the phone bill is due today. It was just shocking how clear I remember that, and a craving for some fried chicken.>Here I am in my new room with great wifi, but it's always loud, and the people aren't that considerate.
"You hear me!">Every day now.
"-ong and everythi-">The ice machine is churning again with that hum.
"-ing along!">Everything goes silent for a few moments.>He's whispering something.>I open my mouth to ask why, but something else comes out.>His voice thunders with mine.
"Everything You Know is Wrong!"
Not really news but interesting either ways, popular youtube with (~500K subs) goes full redpill:-https://youtu.be/oFMG-YAiePU
searching "jew nose" in satartpage seacrch and get an image that doesnt talk about jew nose but is a link to this article, where is no mention of noses.. but a pic.
Britain's main opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn (L) speaking during a general election campaign speech in central London on May 26, 2017 and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) speaking at the launch of the Scottish manifesto in Edinburgh on May 19, 2017. (AFP PHOTO / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS AND Dan Kitwood) guess the jewhttps://www.timesofisrael.com/britains-jews-want-to-see-may-in-june-but-will-corbyn-rain-on-her-parade/
King Nigger is going down! mass chimp outs http://archive.is/FoRaJ
golems attacking each other.>The incident with #NatashaTynes is a perfect example of why we all need to have an intersectional approach to racism. Self identifying as a minority does not mean you cannot opress others.https://heavy.com/news/2019/05/natasha-tynes/
Removing civil rights is the new "civil rigths fight" according to Cory "Spartacus" Booker.
>Booker compares gun control fight to Civil Rights movement
>2020 presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker is optimistic about his comprehensive gun control proposal's chances of success despite the partisan pushback it received in the week following its release, and compared to the potential battle over its implementation to the civil rights movement in an interview on "This Week" that aired Sunday. >On Monday, Booker announced his sweeping gun control plan, which includes calls for universal background checks, an assault weapon ban, a safety training program and mandatory gun licensing and registration. The proposals were swiftly met with resistance from Republicans, but the New Jersey senator said Saturday, just days after school shootings in Colorado and Georgia, that he could not continue to stand by as gun violence became "normalized." http://archive.is/ziTMJ
Even by respecting the official narrative, why the fuck poland?
>>221524>why the fuck poland?
It is the next target to milk reparations. In other words, the kikes are using their control on the American government to pressure the Polish elite to pay.
>Cuba begins widespread rationing due to shortages
>The Cuban government announced Friday it is launching widespread rationing of chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap and other basic products in the face of a grave economic crisis. Commerce Minister Betsy Díaz Velázquez told the state-run Cuban News Agency that various forms of rationing would be employed in order to deal with shortages of staple foods.>Díaz blamed the hardening of the U.S. trade embargo by the Trump administration. Economists give equal or greater blame to a plunge in aid from Venezuela, where the collapse of the state-run oil company has led to a nearly two-thirds cut in shipments of subsidized fuel that Cuba used for power and to earn hard currency on the open market.
>Cuba imports roughly two-thirds of its food at an annual cost of more than $2 billion and brief shortages of individual products have been common for years. In recent months, a growing number of products have started to go missing for days or weeks at a time, and long lines have sprung up within minutes of the appearance of scarce products like chicken or flour.
>Limited rationing of certain products has already begun in many parts of the country, with stores limiting the number of items like bottles of cooking oil that a single shopper can purchase. The policy announced by Díaz appears to go further and apply the same standards across the country of 11 million people.>Díaz said chicken will now be sold in limited quantities. Low-priced soap, rice, bean, peas and eggs will now only be sold in limited quantities per person and controlled through the national system of ration books, she said.
>The latest shortages and rationing appear to mark the end of a phase of relative prosperity but conditions are nowhere close to the deprivation of what is known as Cuba's "special period." Cuba's highest leaders say there will be no return to the worst days of the post-Soviet depression because the island has diversified its economy and built trade ties with countries around the world. http://archive.is/N0AcL
Evicting leftists would make the USA so much happier
>Supreme Court’s conservatives overturn precedent as liberals ask ‘which cases the court will overrule next’
>The Supreme Court’s conservative majority overturned a 41-year-old precedent Monday>The issue in Monday’s 5 to 4 ruling was one of limited impact: whether states have sovereign immunity from private lawsuits in the courts of other states. In 1979, the Supreme Court ruled that there is no constitutional right to such immunity, although states are free to extend it to one another and often do. >But the court’s conservative majority overruled that decision, saying there was an implied right in the Constitution that means states “could not be haled involuntarily before each other’s courts,” in the words of Justice Clarence Thomas, who wrote Monday’s decision.
>Thomas acknowledged the departure from the legal doctrine of stare decisis, in which courts are to abide by settled law without a compelling reason to overrule the decision. >But he said the court’s decision four decades ago in Nevada v. Hall “is contrary to our constitutional design and the understanding of sovereign immunity shared by the states that ratified the Constitution. Stare decisis does not compel continued adherence to this erroneous precedent.”
>Gorsuch and Kavanaugh joined Thomas in the majority, along with Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. >Adhering to precedent dominated the oral arguments in the case. Two of the court’s most experienced practitioners recounted the founding of the union and the framing of the Constitution, and both claimed that the notion of state sovereignty was on their side. >Thomas sided with the view that “the states’ sovereign immunity is a historically rooted principle embedded in the text and structure of the Constitution.” >He conceded that it was not explicitly set out in the text of the document. However, “there are many other constitutional doctrines that are not spelled out in the Constitution but are nevertheless implicit in its structure and supported by historical practice,” he wrote.
>Breyer wrote for liberal justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. >Breyer countered that the arguments on the other side are just as compelling, and that there was no reason to junk a precedent that has hardly proved unworkable. There have been only 14 cases of states being involuntarily called into another state’s courts, he said. >“Stare decisis requires us to follow Hall, not overrule it,” Breyer wrote, mentioning one of the court’s decisions upholding abortion rights as an example. “What could the justification be in this case? The majority doesn’t find one.”
>In reality, both conservatives and liberals find justification for overturning precedent when they see a compelling need. But lately, liberal justices have been especially protective of precedent, fearing the court’s conservative majority. http://archive.is/mvSpS
sheboon kills disabled boomer by pushing him off the bus. being a 20 year old in the 60s, I bet this boomer was all for dem cibil rights and cultural enrichment. it's sad but the irony is unavoidable. I hope Euro boomers realize this is their fate if cultural enrichment isn't stopped and reversed. https://news3lv.com/news/local/police-release-video-of
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I hope they get caught and sentenced to long prison terms in the Philippines. And if they flee to the US the extradition treaty between the US and the Philippines will come to good use.