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  • BOMBSHELL: New Zealand Whistleblower Exposes COVID Mass Genocide Plan

    12/02/2023 7:17:44 AM PST · 95 of 100
    Grampa Dave to E. Pluribus Unum


    Berlin Nazis know how the propaganda game works.

    Trump was lied to by shadow government officials, and he believed them.

    There was no such thing as “Operation Warp Speed.”

    They had the virus and vaccine on the shelf ten years before they released it.

    They couldn’t get it approved because the test animals all died.

    They did not tell Trump any of this.

  • Dr. McCullough: A Systematic Review Of Autopsy Findings In Deaths After COVID-19 Vaccination

    12/01/2023 10:15:33 AM PST · 11 of 11
    Grampa Dave to RandFan

    New Zealand Government Data Suggests Alarming Pfizer Death Rate
    BY J.R. BruningJ.R. BRUNING DECEMBER 1, 2023


    A statistician has come forward with disturbing information that, if correct, will promote doubt on the safety of mRNA vaccination for decades into the future. The whistleblower was involved with building and implementing the New Zealand government database vaccine payment system, a ‘pay per dose system’ that would remit payments to vaccination providers.

    In an interview with New Zealand journalist and lawyer Liz Gunn, and using a false name of Winston Smith, the statistician states that

    “Science is all about being sceptical and curious at the same time. We shouldn’t be criticised for being sceptical, we shouldn’t be vilified for having a different opinion. We should be allowed to have that.

    Smith explained by way of introduction ‘I’m not anti-vax. I helped build the vaccination system. But I am pro-choice and I do believe in [the] fundamental freedoms of humans, and that we should not have a procedure forced onto us because of a mandate just to keep our jobs. That is against everything I stand for. It is a huge overreach by the government.’

    Smith’s work also involved data analysis. Smith had noticed discrepancies almost immediately the system went live with people dying within a week of being injected.

    Looking at the government data, he ran a query to identify days when more than one hundred and twenty people died in New Zealand. Historic peaks above this level, as Smith demonstrates, are rare. This normal distribution of deaths at this level is only rarely exceeded on the occasional day, or for disaster events, such as the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, mosque shooting in 2017, or an unusually bad influenza season.

    In the small country of New Zealand, daily mortality levels that exceed one hundred and twenty could plausibly be considered to be a signal of a disaster event that should trigger public discussion and controversy.

    New Zealand had a highly unusual winter flu season in June-July 2019, and no days exceeded the harm-signal level in 2020.


  • Both the poor and rich are cutting back on spending, with 92% of Americans tightening their belts.

    12/01/2023 8:57:21 AM PST · 28 of 30
    Grampa Dave to fatboy

    Great work and a positive story!

    Keep up the good work, and thanks for sharing your story!

  • Biden faces MUTINY over Israel war: State Department insiders warn of 'remarkable and unprecedented' internal turmoil over White House's support for Jerusalem

    12/01/2023 8:36:50 AM PST · 47 of 53
    Grampa Dave to Highest Authority

    “Great news! Now they have letters with signatures of communist insiders.”

    Mossad, now has a list of those in our government, who hate Israel, 24/7.

  • Both the poor and rich are cutting back on spending, with 92% of Americans tightening their belts.

    12/01/2023 7:11:54 AM PST · 25 of 30
    Grampa Dave to davikkm

    “Both the poor and rich are cutting back on spending, with 92% of Americans tightening their belts.”

    My wife and I are in our 80’s and are not poor nor rich.

    Since Biden became our resident, we have cut back on many things.

    One of our heirs got our Honda Ridgeline, and we are down to
    our 20 year old Lexus. We sold or gave away our many kayaks
    and fishing boat/engine/trailer and other items being insured and their upkeep costs.

    My wife isn’t going to a monthly expensive ladies lunch.

    We seldom eat out or buy take home food.

    Each week my wife checks the flyer for our grocery store. Usable items really on sale which can be stored or frozen are bought and stored.

    Our monthly purchases at Costco take advantage of items with longer shelf life and really good prices.

    With some basic home adaptations, our PGE bill has plunged and is constantly rated as an energy efficient home.

    We have not “gone on vacation” for close to 3 years as the good nightly rates are now, 3+ times pre Covid.

    Our few if/when needed new clothing items are bought from Costco or Amazon on sale.

  • Biden DOJ Collects List of Every Person Who Followed, Retweeted or Mentioned Donald Trump on Twitter

    12/01/2023 6:16:49 AM PST · 54 of 57
    Grampa Dave to laplata
    Posting on FR qualifies you to to be on one or more lists.

    Easy to get current posts, a history of postings as well as a Home Page.

  • Investigative journalist: The real villains in DOJs prosecution of Trump and his supporters are the DC judges

    11/30/2023 9:49:14 AM PST · 20 of 25
    Grampa Dave to Pete Dovgan

    Her actions aren’t just illegal, in this setting they amount to treason.

    However, the DOJ and FBI are probably giving her congratulations right now.

  • GOP Rep. Clay Higgins BOMBSHELL: Over 200 FBI Agents/Assets 'Dressed as Trump Supporters' on Jan. 6

    11/30/2023 9:20:11 AM PST · 39 of 74
    Grampa Dave to 1Old Pro


  • The White House Goes Rogue: Secret Surveillance Program Breaks All the Laws

    11/30/2023 8:27:47 AM PST · 17 of 47
    Grampa Dave to Basket_of_Deplorables

    Contacting U.S. Senators

    senators › senators-contact
    (202) 224-3121.

    Contact · Leadership & Officers · Former Senators · Qualifications & Terms of Service · Facts & Milestones · States. Can’t Find Your Senator?

  • Counseling A Gaslit Nation

    11/28/2023 5:55:39 PM PST · 3 of 10
    Grampa Dave to CFW

    Thanks for posting this.

    I discovered Brownstone a few months ago, and it is my news wrap up in the morning.

    The opeds like this one are incredible.

    I don’t go there until about halfway through my second cup of freshly brewed coffee. ...

  • Amazon smiles as it overtakes delivery giants UPS and FedEx as the new leader in private shipping

    11/28/2023 9:16:42 AM PST · 11 of 26
    Grampa Dave to Dr. Zzyzx

    About a year ago we replaced our old and small mailbox.

    A relative, whose business is 100% on order and delivered to you, recommended getting the larger mailbox.

    So we got the big one and had it installed.

    We get in the mailbox deliveries from UPS and other delivery services via the postal system.

  • Amazon smiles as it overtakes delivery giants UPS and FedEx as the new leader in private shipping

    11/28/2023 9:09:22 AM PST · 10 of 26
    Grampa Dave to Twotone

    Most of our Amazon prime orders used to be here in 1-2 days.

    Now it is often 3-5 days

    Their smaller delivery vans have been replaced with an almost Bus sized delivery vehicle using an electric motor.

    We still get a few weird deliveries at night.

  • Seniors aging in place causes surge in spare bedrooms: Report

    11/28/2023 8:19:54 AM PST · 156 of 156
    Grampa Dave to Trump Girl Kit Cat

    “I am a senior that has sold my home downsized to a 1 bedroom one bath condo on a golf course lots of activities, lots of ducks and geese, AND no upkeep!”s

    You sound like one of my younger cousins, he is only 81, and his wife is 80.

    Both were college profs in snow belt cities in the winter and high humidity in the summer. Their joke re the good weather. It happened between labor day and Veterans day.

    Both are avid golfers and played on highschool and college teams. Their brothers and sisters were also golfers and really bad freeloaders.

    So, this cousin and his wife bought a small 1 BR condo on a Florida Key golf course. It has a small kitchen with a small gas stovetop and a microwave. He grills most dinners, and they often lunch at the club.

    They don’t own a car and use a golf cart to go to the small store in the club house or to meetings.

    Their grandkids ages 20-30+ are worse freeloaders than their parents. This keeps them away.

    My cousin and his wife joke about publishing a book on how to live as seniors without your freeloading relatives.

  • Seniors aging in place causes surge in spare bedrooms: Report

    11/28/2023 7:25:00 AM PST · 155 of 156
    Grampa Dave to EBH

    Call 415-449-3700
    Learn the Six Steps to Aging In Place Gracefully
    Studies show that 90% of older adults say they wish to stay in their homes as they age. If you are one of them it’s time to make a plan for aging in place!

    Senior woman aging in place happily and drinking tea

    Here are six steps you can take to set yourself up to age in place:

    1. Complete a home safety check
    One of the first things you can do is make sure your house, apartment or townhouse is set up to be a safe and easy place for you to get around. Do a home safety check to reduce your future risk of an accident or a fall. AARP has identified several easy modifications that will ensure your home is safe. These include non-slip floor surfaces, grab bars in bathrooms, lever-handled doorknobs, and personal alert systems that enable you to call for help in emergencies.

    2. Prioritize your health
    Keeping yourself in good physical shape is crucial in helping you remain independent at home for as long as possible. Maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle which includes a balanced diet, regular exercise, and minimized stress can help you ward off serious health conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, dementia, and depression.

    3. Make a plan for transportation
    It’s important to be able to get out and about in your community, and driving yourself is only one of many options to get you where you need to go. Look into what public transportation is available to you, talk to friends and family about how they may be able to help with rides, and familiarize yourself with local taxi companies or ride sharing services such as Lyft.

    4. Befriend technology
    You don’t need to become a computer whiz to stay in touch with friends and loved ones from all over the globe. Getting acquainted with your smartphone or digital tablet’s messaging and video screen sharing programs can help keep you connected from the comfort of your living room. You’ll also find out what’s going on in your community and access helpful services such as grocery delivery and taxi services.

    5. Look into long-term care insurance
    Getting older comes with changing health needs, and most of us who age at home will ultimately need some form of long term care. Currently, Medicare does not pay for ongoing long-term home care, so looking into alternatives such as long-term care insurance may be a good option. This type of insurance helps pay for the cost of care generally not covered by health insurance or Medicare, and it will make a big difference when the time comes to consider a caregiver at home.

    6. Make a plan for care
    Not only is it beneficial to prepare financially for any future home care needs, it also helps to have a plan for who will be there to care for you. The Seniors At Home Futures Program helps you do just this—it’s designed for healthy individuals anticipating that their needs will change as they age. By signing up now you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing who to call if a crisis occurs, or if its time to consider a little extra help at home. There is no cost to enroll.

    By taking these steps now, you will be on your way to aging in place – living the life you want at home now and in the years to come.

  • Hochul: NY will stop using terms like 'feminine hygiene,' 'sanitary napkin'

    11/27/2023 8:31:49 AM PST · 30 of 96
    Grampa Dave to lowbridge


  • 'Going to get worse': Ex-WH doctor warns pace of Biden's cognitive decline already putting US 'at great risk'

    11/26/2023 6:08:23 PM PST · 53 of 68
    Grampa Dave to Qiviut

    Our Dads died of heart failure and/or MIs. shortly after they were 70.

    Our mothers lived another 20-30 years. My mother had full mental status until her death. My wife’s mother is the one I discussed here.

    We and our siblings are aging in place and doing okay for now.

  • 'Going to get worse': Ex-WH doctor warns pace of Biden's cognitive decline already putting US 'at great risk'

    11/26/2023 4:55:54 PM PST · 30 of 68
    Grampa Dave to midwest_hiker

    It is horrible watching a parent fall ever deeper into dementia. Physically. My mother and father in law are healthy.

    But mentally, there is nobody home upstairs.

    1-5 years of watching a loved one lose it is tough.

    My MIL was a wonderful, smart and strong woman, and her dementia fooled my wife, her siblings and other relatives for over a year.

    She spent about a month with us to have her carpal tunnel syndrome repaired.

    My wife was still working, and I was the watcher and caretaker during my wifes day shifts as an RN.

    Around my wife and her friends, she seemed great, alone and around me the dementia was taking over.

    She really lost it after her wrist surgery. Again most of her losses were during the day while my wife was working.

    My wife refused to use her great RN observation skills until the last couple of days, before her mother went home.

    I tried to warn my wife’s brother and his wife, who was also an RN.

    After about 3 days/nights back home and staying with her son and DIL, they woke up to reality. She was diagnosed by her FP and a neurologist as an elderly woman, with severe dementia and getting worse daily.

    They were able to trade her 2 story home for a smaller one story home and get cash to help with the dementia expenses.

    One day she got into her car and drove miles to take a driving test for seniors and aced it.

    Then, she drove not to her current home but her previous home and her son had to come get her and her car.

    Finally, they got her into a dementia/alzheimer’s nursing home. My wife got a call from her SIL telling her to come home to say goodbye to her mother.

    My wife flew back and spent a couple of days/nights with her mother. Luckily one day her mother woke up to reality and had a great discussion with my wife for about an hour. Then she lost reality again.

    My wife flew back to our west coast home, and her mother died shortly after.

    We have seen a handful of people lose their mind totally with basically no warnings.

  • “Litigation Floodgates are Now Open” for mRNA Vaccine Injured: Comprehensive List of 90 Attorneys Around the World Available for Lawsuits Against Vaccine Manufacturers

    11/26/2023 4:10:01 PM PST · 24 of 24
    Grampa Dave to William of Barsoom

    Cynical/jaded reality covers most of us.

    The last few years of this decade has jaden us!

  • NYC Mayor Eric Adams blasts students’ ‘vile show of antisemitism’ that forced teacher to hide in office

    11/26/2023 12:11:37 PM PST · 24 of 33
    Grampa Dave to aimhigh

    Poll of U.S. college students finds most blame Hamas for ...

    NBC News › meetthepressblog › poll-...

    Oct 17, 2023 — And by race, 58% of white college students, 47% of Latinos and 36% of Black college students believe Hamas deserves blame for the attack.

  • “Litigation Floodgates are Now Open” for mRNA Vaccine Injured: Comprehensive List of 90 Attorneys Around the World Available for Lawsuits Against Vaccine Manufacturers

    11/26/2023 11:54:13 AM PST · 3 of 24
    Grampa Dave to bitt

    Thanks for posting this.

    Our Land Shark Lawyers will do their job and take out the elite trash Covid 19/BSers, financially!