CORONA New Botswana variant, 32 'horrific' mutations. most evolved strain EVER and could be 'worse than Delta'; may have emerged in an HIV patient

Doomer Doug

TB Fanatic
The primary vector for AIDS was heat, fluids and blood, which is why physical sodomy triggered it.

This is a multiyear bio weapon attack which china has released globally. It is increasing with all sorts of secondary impacts like stillborn babies now. The ride is just getting starting. The chinese bioweapon experts are excellent. Be patient since the both the virus and the "vaccine" are just getting going world wide.
You watch England but my eye is on the shanghai leak, ie botswana.
 

flying screwdriver

Veteran Member
Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa a lot of the people there routinely take Hydroxychloroquine for Malaria prophylaxis and Ivermectin for treating various internal parasites (i.e. worms) they have there. But of course you know that "officially" those meds are dangerous and don't work to treat Covid!! (also the most heavily populated province in India has also knocked Covid out using these medications....but that doesn't count either) [/sarc off]
Guess what does prevent COVID, and reduces complications? Not a medication anyone here will be lining up for.

I have to take this.
Yes it’s a problem.
No, I didn’t do whatever you think I had to do to have this problem.
And I don’t want to hear it.

Now that’s out of the way...

Tenofovir-based PrEP for COVID-19: an untapped opportunity?

As the data bore out over time, however, there was little evidence that HIV increased COVID-19 risk in settings with good access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) [1]. Furthermore, observational studies of people with HIV (PWH) and in-vitro studies yielded intriguing results around the potential activity of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) against COVID-19. TDF in combination with emtricitabine (FTC), TDF/FTC (Truvada®), is used worldwide for HIV treatment and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
Given our 30 years of experience treating HIV and a deep bench of available therapies, why not examine more ART agents—particularly TDF—in early adaptive trials?

One possible explanation is that TDF is generic, meaning that it lacks a commercial sponsor and has fewer available pathways for investigation.
 

The Snack Artist

Veteran Member
I think you have something there. Scare the holy hell out of everyone, including pet kittens and puppies, and they will vote for the one that can save them. The sheep will forget about freedom, and just blindly accept whatever security the MSM says they will get. Plus, many of the unvaxed will be lined up like cattle at a slaughter house waiting for their turn at the vax shots that they already know do not work.

My understanding of AIDS, from readings quite a while back, they were trying to trace its beginnings to patient zero, that is the first person to ever be known to have had it. My memory tells me they traced it to an already deceased person, from Africa, that was known to be from a tribal area that had relations with monkeys. It was a slow start at spreading, but took off with needle users and homosexuals. I'm not trying to be a smart ass or racist, this is what I honestly recall. If I'm wrong, please correct me.
You're a smart ass and a racist.
 

Melodi

Disaster Cat
And here we go, breaking on Sky News UK....
COVID-19: New UK travel restrictions for six African countries as B.1.1.529 variant called 'worst one we've seen so far'
Mutations in the B.1.1.529 variant are likely to evade the immune response generated by prior infection and vaccination, UK experts say.
Thursday 25 November 2021 21:10, UK


Why you can trust Sky News
Britain is bringing in travel restrictions for six African countries due to a new COVID variant which UK experts have called the "worst one we've seen so far".

Health Secretary Sajid Javid tweeted: "UKHSA (UK Health Security Agency) is investigating a new variant. More data is needed but we're taking precautions now.

"From noon tomorrow six African countries will be added to the red list, flights will be temporarily banned, and UK travellers must quarantine."

Flights from South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Zimbabwe will be suspended.

Mr Javid said the new B.1.1.529 variant identified in South Africa "may be more transmissible" than the Delta strain and added "the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective".

The UKHSA says it is the "worst one we've seen so far" and has a spike protein which is "dramatically" different to the original COVID strain - and has double the amount of mutations of the Delta variant.

These mutations are likely to evade the immune response generated by prior infection and vaccination, they say.
Tom Peacock, a virologist at Imperial College London, branded the mutations "really awful" but said cases were currently "super low".

Spike proteins are what viruses use to get into human cells, and some vaccines work by training the body to recognise the spikes and neutralise them.

Mutations on the spike could therefore potentially prove problematic.

But with only a handful of recorded cases - three in Botswana, around 53 in South Africa and one in Hong Kong from someone who travelled from South Africa - scientists are hopeful it can be contained.

Francois Balloux, professor of computational systems biology at University College London, said it should be closely monitored but "there is no reason to get overly concerned, unless it starts going up in frequency in the near future".

World Health Organisation's experts are meeting on Friday to assess the variant, which on Wednesday was classed a variant under monitoring (VUM).

If it's upgraded to a variant of concern (VOC) it could be given a name from the Greek alphabet.

However, it could also be classed as a less serious variant of interest (VOI), indicating it has characteristics that may affect factors such as transmissibility and disease severity.
 

The Snack Artist

Veteran Member
This is going to be the reason for the next lockdown. The complete destruction of society. This is some serious stuff they're about to pull.

There doesn't have to be a flu. They can SAY there's a flu. That's all they need to put the Jack boot on your face. If you let them.

Whatchoo going to do about it? Nothing. Baaaaaa!

Does anyone care about a flu or whatever with a more than 98% surviveability rate?

They won't take me though. I'm too virtuous. Bwahaha!
 
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Ku Commando

Veteran Member
article DOES NOT say if it makes anyone sick or is deadly (unless I missed that part)
As the virus mutates, the variants become more virulent [ transmission ] but less deadly.....leading to herd immunity.

Until the vaccine.....which trains the immune system to look for / act on the older version of the virus. The vaxxed are in great danger of succumbing to the variants because their altered immune system won't act on the latest variant......while the unvaxxed will develop herd immunity to the variant......but will get blamed & incarcerated by thetyrants

I could be wrong......but this my best dead reckoning
 

naegling62

Veteran Member
And here we go, breaking on Sky News UK....
COVID-19: New UK travel restrictions for six African countries as B.1.1.529 variant called 'worst one we've seen so far'
Mutations in the B.1.1.529 variant are likely to evade the immune response generated by prior infection and vaccination, UK experts say.
Thursday 25 November 2021 21:10, UK


Why you can trust Sky News
Britain is bringing in travel restrictions for six African countries due to a new COVID variant which UK experts have called the "worst one we've seen so far".

Health Secretary Sajid Javid tweeted: "UKHSA (UK Health Security Agency) is investigating a new variant. More data is needed but we're taking precautions now.

"From noon tomorrow six African countries will be added to the red list, flights will be temporarily banned, and UK travellers must quarantine."

Flights from South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Zimbabwe will be suspended.

Mr Javid said the new B.1.1.529 variant identified in South Africa "may be more transmissible" than the Delta strain and added "the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective".

The UKHSA says it is the "worst one we've seen so far" and has a spike protein which is "dramatically" different to the original COVID strain - and has double the amount of mutations of the Delta variant.

These mutations are likely to evade the immune response generated by prior infection and vaccination, they say.
Tom Peacock, a virologist at Imperial College London, branded the mutations "really awful" but said cases were currently "super low".

Spike proteins are what viruses use to get into human cells, and some vaccines work by training the body to recognise the spikes and neutralise them.

Mutations on the spike could therefore potentially prove problematic.

But with only a handful of recorded cases - three in Botswana, around 53 in South Africa and one in Hong Kong from someone who travelled from South Africa - scientists are hopeful it can be contained.

Francois Balloux, professor of computational systems biology at University College London, said it should be closely monitored but "there is no reason to get overly concerned, unless it starts going up in frequency in the near future".

World Health Organisation's experts are meeting on Friday to assess the variant, which on Wednesday was classed a variant under monitoring (VUM).

If it's upgraded to a variant of concern (VOC) it could be given a name from the Greek alphabet.

However, it could also be classed as a less serious variant of interest (VOI), indicating it has characteristics that may affect factors such as transmissibility and disease severity.
Good call. US should follow.
 

Doomer Doug

TB Fanatic
Banning flights from africa NOW is a bit retarded. Sheesh, plug and play with a mutating virus can lead to increased ease of transmission and a higher lethality.

In virgin fields, ie never exposed to a new mutation, you can get very high kill rates because nobody has been exposed to that particlar virus.
Look at what smallpox did 1763 after the French and Indian war.
I think that is what gates and fausci and the chinese are going for now.

A new mutation of the virus, having interacted with the vaccine to increase infections, and then turning into a seeker that exploits the damaged immune system. You watch as it roams around the body destroying organs etc.
The chinese are genius in how they enhanced/gain of functioned both the original virus, plus the vaccines, and now it is ALL mutating by itself. China opened pandora's box and now it is, this virus/vaccine?, prion, spike mutated blob beyond human understanding.

It's like that Disney movie Fantasia where Mickey mouse couldn't turn off the mops and cleaning bucket.
 

Doomer Doug

TB Fanatic
Well what do ya know? Right on schedule bingo, bango, bongo and here we are.


Futures Tumble Amid Sudden Fears Over "Dramatically" New Covid Strain With "Extremely High Number" Of Mutations
Tyler Durden's Photo

BY TYLER DURDEN
THURSDAY, NOV 25, 2021 - 09:00 PM
Futures are sliding on Thursday night when, with most US traders snoring in a tryptophan coma, the world is suddenly freaking out, and algos are hitting bids, amid fears that a new coronavirus strain detected in South Africa, known as B.1.1529, reportedly carries an "extremely high number" of mutations and is “clearly very different” from previous incarnations, which may drive further waves of disease by evading the body’s defenses South African scientists said.
Medics at an infectious-disease unit in South Africa, where a new strain of COVID is spreading quickly
Translation: a new wave of restrictions, more lockdowns, and - eventually - trillions in new stimmies are coming... an outcome so "unexpected", we rhetorically asked if this was the endgame just one week ago.

According to the Guardian, only 10 cases in three countries have been confirmed by genomic sequencing (and up to 100 suspected), but that is more than enough for the Pharma-Government complex to set the wheels of widespread social panic and future lockdowns in motion and, according to the liberal outlet, "the variant has sparked serious concern among some researchers because a number of the mutations may help the virus evade immunity." Which of course is a polite way for Bill Gates to suggest you panic.
According to reports, the new B.1.1.529 variant has 32 mutations in the spike protein, the part of the virus that most vaccines use to prime the immune system against Covid. Mutations in the spike protein make it harder for immune cells to attack the pathogen, just as so many vaccine skeptics have been warning for the past year when making the point that taking inefficient medications shoved down the population's throats (such as those from Pfizer and Moderna) that do not serve as real vaccines but merely paliatives, will only lead to more dangerous and weaponized versions of the virus.
That's precisely what is happening now.
The variant was first spotted in Botswana, where three cases have now been sequenced. Six more have been confirmed in South Africa, and one in Hong Kong in a traveller returning from South Africa.

Botswana’s health ministry confirmed in a statement that four cases of the new variant were detected in people who were all fully vaccinated. All four were tested before their planned travel. One sample was also detected in Hong Kong, carried by a traveler from South Africa, South African scientists said.
 

Ragnarok

On and On, South of Heaven
As the virus mutates, the variants become more virulent [ transmission ] but less deadly.....leading to herd immunity.
Not exactly.

You have to look up the medical definition of "virulent".

They are not necessarily less deadly ( but that COULD happen ).

Definition of virulent
1a : marked by a rapid, severe, and destructive course a virulent infection. b : able to overcome bodily defensive mechanisms : markedly pathogenic virulent bacteria.
This thread goes into it more but a couple quotes that stand out:

"Inadvertently, this made it easier for the most virulent strains to survive. Such strains would normally kill their hosts so quickly that they’d die out"

"The experiment suggests that a leaky vaccine can cause recipients to become incubators and carriers of dangerous strains."
 

Vegas321

Live free and survive
Just watched South Park, "Post Covid". The episode is based on Covid lasting 40 years.
Looks like, once again. The creators, may have nailed another one...
Welcome to a AIDS meets Covid variant. This could be a real bad one
 

Melodi

Disaster Cat
EU seeks to stop air travel from southern Africa over Covid variant
Updated / Friday, 26 Nov 2021 08:06

Growing concern over discovery of B.1.1.529 variant (stock image)

Growing concern over discovery of B.1.1.529 variant (stock image)

The European Union aims to stop air travel from the southern African region amid rising concern about a new Covid-19 variant detected in South Africa, EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen has said.

In a post on Twitter, she said: "The Commission will propose, in close coordination with Member States, to activate the emergency brake to stop air travel from the southern African region due to the variant of concern B.1.1.529."

The variant has a "very unusual constellation" of mutations, which are concerning because they could help it evade the body's immune response and make it more transmissible, South African scientists say

Earlier, South Africa's foreign ministry said Britain's decision to ban flights from South Africa over the variant "seems to have been rushed" as even the World Health Organization is yet to advise on the next steps.

"Our immediate concern is the damage that this decision will cause to both the tourism industries and businesses of both countries," Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor said in a statement.

He said South Africa would engage with British authorities to try to get them to reconsider their decision.

Britain said the variant was considered by scientists to be the most significant one yet found and so it needed to ascertain whether or not it made vaccines ineffective.

Defending a ban on flights from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Eswatini, transport minister Grant Shapps said that the lesson of Covid was that early action was essential.

The UK Health Security Agency said that the variant - called B.1.1.529 - has a spike protein that was dramatically different to the one in the original coronavirus that Covid-19 vaccines are based on.



Latest coronavirus stories

Health minister Sajid Javid said the new variant "may be more transmissible" than the Delta strain and "the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective".

While no cases have been found in Britain, officials raised concern over a rapid rise in cases in South Africa.

Anyone who has arrived from the country in the last ten days will be invited to come forward and take a test by the UK Health Security Agency.

At the moment, around 500 and 700 people are travelling to the UK from South Africa each day, but it is expected this figure could increase as the Christmas period begins.

The variant has not yet been given the title "variant of concern" in the UK, but one senior UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) expert said: "This is the worst variant we have seen so far."

Only 59 confirmed cases have been identified in South Africa, Hong Kong and Botswana.

The variant has over 30 mutations - around twice as many as the Delta variant - which could potentially make it more transmissible and evade the protection given by prior infection or vaccination.

Experts from the UKHSA have been advising ministers on the issue.

A number of scientists have expressed serious concern over the variant due to the significant number of mutations in the spike protein.

One senior scientist said: "One of our major worries is this virus spike protein is so dramatically different to the virus spike that was in the original Wuhan strain, and therefore in our vaccines, that it has a great cause of concern."

Experts from the World Health Organization are meeting with South African officials today to assess the evolving situation in the country.

"The concern is that when you have so many mutations, it can have an impact on how the virus behaves," Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead on Covid-19, said at a virtual press briefing yesterday.

The variant could eventually be given the moniker "Nu" - with the most concerning variants given named after the Greek alphabet.

In a statement last night, Department of Health said it has been monitoring the variant and said Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly is "deeply concerned".

A Professor of Immunology at Dublin City University said there is not much information yet on the variant, but vaccine companies have been able to tweak vaccines to become more specific to target variants as they arise.

Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, Professor Christine Loscher said one of this new variant's mutations is similar to the one in Alpha and Delta, which might make it spread faster.

She said it has become dominant in a small number of cases and she would not be surprised if the World Health Organization raised it as a "variant of concern" in a few days.

Germany will declare South Africa a virus variant area, a health ministry source said.

The decision, which will come into effect from tonight, will mean airlines will be allowed to fly only Germans to Germany from South Africa, according to the source.

Returning Germans, even those who are vaccinated, will then have to spend14 days in quarantine.

"This newly discovered variant worries us. That is why weare acting pro-actively and early here," Health Minister JensSpahn said. "The last thing we need now is a new variant beingintroduced that causes even more problems."

Additional reporting PA


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wvstuck

Only worry about what you can control!
:) Just sitting here early this morning, having a nice Ivermectin Cocktail to chase down some Vitamin D, trying to catch up on all the world news. Hope everyone has a wonderful Friday.

I'm going to live or I'm going to die, there seems to be no in between.

I really think those that have had an actual case of Covid are the one faring the best right now. Not many stories on "He had a bad case of Covid in the beginning and he caught it again and it killed him". Maybe I missed those stories and I'm wrong.
 

Oreally

Veteran Member
EU seeks to stop air travel from southern Africa over Covid variant
Updated / Friday, 26 Nov 2021 08:06

Growing concern over discovery of B.1.1.529 variant (stock image)

Growing concern over discovery of B.1.1.529 variant (stock image)

The European Union aims to stop air travel from the southern African region amid rising concern about a new Covid-19 variant detected in South Africa, EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen has said.

In a post on Twitter, she said: "The Commission will propose, in close coordination with Member States, to activate the emergency brake to stop air travel from the southern African region due to the variant of concern B.1.1.529."

The variant has a "very unusual constellation" of mutations, which are concerning because they could help it evade the body's immune response and make it more transmissible, South African scientists say

Earlier, South Africa's foreign ministry said Britain's decision to ban flights from South Africa over the variant "seems to have been rushed" as even the World Health Organization is yet to advise on the next steps.

"Our immediate concern is the damage that this decision will cause to both the tourism industries and businesses of both countries," Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor said in a statement.

He said South Africa would engage with British authorities to try to get them to reconsider their decision.

Britain said the variant was considered by scientists to be the most significant one yet found and so it needed to ascertain whether or not it made vaccines ineffective.

Defending a ban on flights from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Eswatini, transport minister Grant Shapps said that the lesson of Covid was that early action was essential.

The UK Health Security Agency said that the variant - called B.1.1.529 - has a spike protein that was dramatically different to the one in the original coronavirus that Covid-19 vaccines are based on.



Latest coronavirus stories

Health minister Sajid Javid said the new variant "may be more transmissible" than the Delta strain and "the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective".

While no cases have been found in Britain, officials raised concern over a rapid rise in cases in South Africa.

Anyone who has arrived from the country in the last ten days will be invited to come forward and take a test by the UK Health Security Agency.

At the moment, around 500 and 700 people are travelling to the UK from South Africa each day, but it is expected this figure could increase as the Christmas period begins.

The variant has not yet been given the title "variant of concern" in the UK, but one senior UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) expert said: "This is the worst variant we have seen so far."

Only 59 confirmed cases have been identified in South Africa, Hong Kong and Botswana.

The variant has over 30 mutations - around twice as many as the Delta variant - which could potentially make it more transmissible and evade the protection given by prior infection or vaccination.

Experts from the UKHSA have been advising ministers on the issue.

A number of scientists have expressed serious concern over the variant due to the significant number of mutations in the spike protein.

One senior scientist said: "One of our major worries is this virus spike protein is so dramatically different to the virus spike that was in the original Wuhan strain, and therefore in our vaccines, that it has a great cause of concern."

Experts from the World Health Organization are meeting with South African officials today to assess the evolving situation in the country.

"The concern is that when you have so many mutations, it can have an impact on how the virus behaves," Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead on Covid-19, said at a virtual press briefing yesterday.

The variant could eventually be given the moniker "Nu" - with the most concerning variants given named after the Greek alphabet.

In a statement last night, Department of Health said it has been monitoring the variant and said Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly is "deeply concerned".

A Professor of Immunology at Dublin City University said there is not much information yet on the variant, but vaccine companies have been able to tweak vaccines to become more specific to target variants as they arise.

Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, Professor Christine Loscher said one of this new variant's mutations is similar to the one in Alpha and Delta, which might make it spread faster.

She said it has become dominant in a small number of cases and she would not be surprised if the World Health Organization raised it as a "variant of concern" in a few days.

Germany will declare South Africa a virus variant area, a health ministry source said.

The decision, which will come into effect from tonight, will mean airlines will be allowed to fly only Germans to Germany from South Africa, according to the source.

Returning Germans, even those who are vaccinated, will then have to spend14 days in quarantine.

"This newly discovered variant worries us. That is why weare acting pro-actively and early here," Health Minister JensSpahn said. "The last thing we need now is a new variant beingintroduced that causes even more problems."

Additional reporting PA


More stories on
as if stopping flights is going to do any real good. maybe slow down it's spread for a couple of weeks, at best.

so, by late spring at the latest, it is going to be everywhere.
 

wvstuck

Only worry about what you can control!
Well...It's been over 6 months now...and what can I say...I'm still here with no issues from the Pfizer vax. I did catch a cold of for a couple days...and one day I had a mild headache over those 6 months. Yearly checkup and bloodwork was A+; no ER or hospital trips for anything.

So ummmm...yeah.
Did you get Lot 1, 2 or 3?
 

naegling62

Veteran Member
Ok, they say South Africa is where there's a problem with Nu. Let's watch:

Screenshot_20211126-074046.png

If that spike represents all the other front sides, this is going to one heck of a wave.

November 1st they had a 349 7 day moving average. November 25th 3,655.
 
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Melodi

Disaster Cat
Now reported in Belgium, it's not just for Africa anymore! Oh, and whoever is orchestrating this little scenario needs a news editor. I mean how lazy can you get, the "Nu" variant? That sounds like something that was on the project proposal that the secretary forgot to replace with say Zed or Zombie, and just left it as well you know "New Virus."

Stuck with that, they picked the appropriate Greek Letter, but part of me knows most fiction writers wouldn't use something that obvious except in satire, because usually, the audience will figure it out. We shall see (and I'm not saying there is no mutated virus, I am saying the timing of this announcement and the potential for lockdowns are fascinatingly linked to helping a number of countries in Europe do what they wanted to do anyway which was have an excuse for a lockdown. I won't be surprised if the US "finds" cases pretty soon too, or perhaps close by in Mexico or Canada...


Belgium First European Nation To Confirm Spread Of "Nu" Variant
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BY TYLER DURDEN
FRIDAY, NOV 26, 2021 - 08:34 AM
In what is becoming a nightmare for thousands of traders (and an even larger number of public health officials, we imagine), the latest COVID variant to elicit a hysterical response - the ironically named "nu" variant" - has just been confirmed in Belgium, the first European country to confirm cases of the new strain.

Two suspected cases of the new variant have been detected and confirmed in Belgium, according to local media reports. The strain was initially found in South Africa, Hong Kong, Botswana and Israel.

It's early days, but according to some the variant has already elicited major surges in infections. Enough so that news about the variant and panic about a more chaotic outlook for interest rates and the broader global economy has sent S&P 500 futures tumbling, and the VIX surging, in premarket trading, on an otherwise quiet post-Thanksgiving Friday morning, a day where markets close at 1300ET.

And rate-hike odds are already tumbling.

The Nu variant, formerly referred to as B.1.1529, was initially identified five days ago, first in Botswana, with subsequent confirmation and sequencing in South Africa where 100 cases have been confirmed. The variant has also spread to Israel and Hong Kong, according to Citi analyst Andrew Baum.

Of course, all of this comes with a pretty big asterisk: The analyst believes concern over Nu needs to be balanced against the failure of other concerning variants such as Beta to out-compete delta.

Belgium also confirmed that the "nu" cases involved a traveler who had just arrived in the country from "abroad". Already, Spain, the U, India and a handful of other nations have imposed new border restrictions, citing the new variant as the motive. Advisors in the UK have already declared the variant a serious threat (although they said the same thing about the last variant boogeyman, delta-plus).
One trader has some pretty interesting thoughts about where this is all going.
 

vector7

Veteran Member
I suppose Biden will bring the MFers here for treatment.
This is going to be the reason for the next lockdown. The complete destruction of society. This is some serious stuff they're about to pull.
And just in time to crash the still fragile economy!
"Midterm variant"
Just in time for the 2022 elections!
to set the wheels of widespread social panic and future lockdowns in motion and, according to the liberal outlet, "the variant has sparked serious concern among some researchers because a number of the mutations may help the virus evade immunity." Which of course is a polite way for Bill Gates to suggest you panic.
Translation: a new wave of restrictions, more lockdowns, and - eventually - trillions in new stimmies are coming... an outcome so "unexpected", we rhetorically asked if this was the endgame just one week ago.
 

vector7

Veteran Member
JUST IN - BioNTech/Pfizer expects lab test data on the impact of the "new variant" within 2 weeks; then decide whether the vaccine "may require an adjustment."

Of course it will require an 'adjustment'. Another booster
View: https://twitter.com/CptnCook1/status/1464217403433361434?t=zCUi3oP3HdRQIr2FdJM5Pg&s=19


The vicious cycle of the virtuous.
View: https://twitter.com/pmf/status/1464231314291404807?t=L2ZlSLc3BitlNEBudCi2XA&s=19
 

CaryC

Veteran Member
Been watching a good fictional TV Series called "Revolution".

In the second season - The Patriots (the corrupt government, Fauci, Biden, DOJ, etc.) unleash a cholera outbreak (covid), and then as people get sick and die, better known as "The Problem", they offer "The Fix" known as a vaccine. Everybody is so thankful that the Patriots are taking care of them. Better known as "The Supporters".

The rebels see it for what it is. A means to institute, by cheering, an Authoritarian Government.

Isn't it great that it's fictional?

Because if it was real someone (Pfizer) would be making billions from the government who would be purchasing the vaccine.
 

Cacheman

Let's Go Brandon!
But with only a handful of recorded cases - three in Botswana, around 53 in South Africa and one in Hong Kong from someone who travelled from South Africa - scientists are hopeful it can be contained.
There's another level 4 lab at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases in Johannesburg South Africa.
 
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