General Discussion, Saturday, November 19, 2022

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33 Responses to General Discussion, Saturday, November 19, 2022

  1. Lucille says:

    Have a lovely Saturday!

    Autumn Occurrences….

    Baker Lake, near East Bolton, Quebec, Canada…

    There was no caption except “England.” It’s such a beautiful scene I just couldn’t let it remain un-posted…click to enlarge…

    Chatfield Reservoir, Littleton, Colorado…

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  2. Lucille says:

    There’s A Genius Street Artist Running Loose In New York, And Let’s Hope Nobody Catches Him

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  3. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids!

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  4. auscitizenmom says:

    Good mornin’/afternoon All. It’s a heat wave. We are up to 15*. And, it is overcast, so it probably won’t get much warmer. It looks like New York is really getting hit with snow.

    I don’t see too many people outside now, except to walk their doggies and then quickly back into their apartment. Loki is getting bored because she has nothing to bark at. 🙄

    Well, try to stay warm.

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  5. Stella says:

    This is horrifying. If I can find the YouTube video, I will post it.

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    • Stella says:

      More videos. This is from a year ago. Did you see it then, because I didn’t?

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    • Lucille says:

      What possible good could come out of something so awful? What were they trying to accomplish? What else are they doing that hasn’t gone public yet?

      We all need to make a decision about whether we would allow a doctor to prescribe a treatment or order an operation which might be life-saving for us but has been perfected via torture of innocents. And how could we find out if such medicines or procedures had been the result of horrific experiments since so much is being hidden?

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      That is horrible. I can’t even imagine who would be able to do something like that.

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      • Stella says:

        I would like to know why.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Me, too.

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        • Reflection says:

          Hers’s a snippet of an article from Judicial Watch two years ago. It’s information you should know, but for those who love both children and animals, be careful. This information is disturbing. Infanticide for profit should always be disturbing.

          https://www.judicialwatch.org/tom-fittons-weekly-update/128160/

          “ABR has been the subject of criminal referrals from House and Senate committees investigating whether Planned Parenthood or any other entity was illegally profiting from the handling of fetal tissue from aborted babies.

          Federal law regulates the purchase and acceptance of human fetal tissue for research purposes. It is unlawful to knowingly transfer fetal tissue for profit. According to the records, agency officials concluded in March 2018 that: “Federal regulations for the protection of human subjects do not apply to above named activity.”

          The records include a November 2009 “Request for Review of Research Activity Involving Human Subjects” with the protocol title “Study of HIV infection and vaccine protection in mice reconstituted with a human immune system” that describes the development of a “cohort” of humanized mice using human fetal tissue:

          Recent reports have demonstrated that immunodeficient mice reconstituted with 17-19 week old human fetal tissue develop a human immune system and are susceptible to HIV infection and disease. The goal of this project proposal is to create such humanized mice to study the role of immune cell subsets and virus-neutralizing antibodies in vaccine protection. The experiments will entail the development of a cohort of mice all reconstituted with the same human cells so as to be histocompatible. This will require transplantation of the mice with 1 mm3 pieces of fetal thymus as well as reconstitution with stem cells isolated from cord blood and liver. Once the humanized mice have been established, some will be vaccinated to prime distinct subsets of immune cells. Immune cell subsets from vaccinated mice will be adoptively transferred into naive mice, which will then be infected with HIV to test the antiviral activity of the immune cells. The goal of these experiments is to establish correlates of immunity against HIV.”

          The use of fetal scalps grafted to mice is done for the same reason, the make the mice react more like humans in experiments.

          But let’s just call it “unrestricted reproductive freedom”, and “medical waste” and sell it to the masses…

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  6. Stella says:

    The Canadian government has become insane.

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    • Lucille says:

      It is totally insane to demand such injections. And Trudeau likely get the psychiatric medications from China, trying to make up to Xi for talking publicly about what he and Xi had discussed. Their health system is so overwhelmed across the nation and they are going to force this issue, too!

      One of my nieces has been on a provincial list to get a complete hysterectomy for three months now after multiple malignant tumors were found. No operation appointment date on the horizon. She’s completely vaxxed and boosted; so the delay can’t be for any non-compliance reason.

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  7. Lucille says:

    Michael Yon @MichaelYon
    Nov 19, 2022 at 3:02pm – from Phoenix Airport

    Of Interest: Gas Explosion Russia
    19 November 2022

    Heading to Texas. Numerous significant items on the board.

    The latest war in Europe is turning into what many of us warned about. Out of control. Unpredictable. Bad for everyone other than profiteers.

    Ukraine is NOT our ally. Mr. T-shirt Zelensky tried to bait NATO into heavy strikes on Russia after claiming Russia attacked Poland. Ukraine killed at least two Polish citizens with missile strike and blamed Russia. Was the missile strike accidental? I do not know. The lies were intentional.

    Take down those Ukraine flags. Our border is wide open. We are being invaded through Texas and across all our borders.

    https://nypost.com/2022/11/19/explosion-reported-outside-petersburg/

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  8. auscitizenmom says:

    I may see why Montanans voted agains LR-131, that was to protect aborted alive babies. I went to the mailbox this morning and there was a big ad in it by a doctor against it. It says”LRo-131 threatens doctors and nurses with a felony, a $50,000 fine and up to 20 years in prison for offering compassionate care to families dealing with pregnancy complications.”

    “The Montana Medical Association, more than 700 Montana health care providers, the Montana chapters of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and many others all stand against LR-131, which attempts to criminalize the practice of medicine.”

    LR-131 is extreme, unnecessary, and harmful. Vote NO on LR-131.”

    I looked up Compassion for Montana Families”.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      On that site it says:

      “Existing state and federal laws already require doctors and nurses to administer all appropriate medical care, but LR-131 would be an extreme government mandate that allows politicians to interfere with deeply personal and difficult medical decisions that should be left between families and their healthcare providers.

      LR-131 threatens doctors and nurses with a felony, a $50,000 fine, and up to 20 years in prison for offering compassionate care to families dealing with pregnancy complications, including lethal fetal abnormalities.

      In heartbreaking instances where an infant cannot survive, LR-131 deprives grieving parents of the right to comfort or baptize their child.”

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      • Reflection says:

        It seems that legislation is sometimes written with intentional critical flaws, so that legislators can say “We tried”. But they do not introduce better proposals. They cover by saying that the original proposals were unacceptable to voters.

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      • Lucille says:

        The slippery slope is in effect here, imo. While the penalties the bill’s opponents cite seem terrible–the fines, the potential imprisonment–frankly, I don’t believe their concern is all that altruistic. Abortion is a huge industry making billions around the world. There are more and more medical doctors who don’t believe in the credo, “First, do no harm.” They believe it is outmoded and go to great lengths to disparage or downplay the words. I recently read such a treatise from Harvard. So, what is the ultimate goal?

        Well, we already know that the goal of those who perform abortions is to have the absolute right to abort a child up to the day of birth, regardless of whether the child is healthy or disabled. In their eyes, the only person to be considered or compassionate toward is the mother. In some states, the goal is to be able to kill a child not only on the day of birth but afterwards for a number of days.

        Opponents say the bill “…attempts to criminalize the practice of medicine.” That’s an extremely broad brush they are using and is, to me, a sign that they are being less than honest. Since I’ve not read the bill, I can’t comment on the specifics of the defeated proposed law. However, the opponents’ commentary seems to be unrealistic regarding the attitude of those who seek abortions. For whatever reason, a parent is attempting to take the life of the child away from him.

        Choosing to kill a child who was born alive during an abortion is wrong. Withholding physical warmth to the child, neglecting him and leaving him to die alone and unwanted or giving him a poison to cause him to die is wrong. Actually there is no other word for it than “murder.” And that is what the proponents of the bill apparently were trying to address.

        Please don’t think I’m attacking your concerns, aus. My feelings about abortion are strong. Within my family four–perhaps five–women have had abortions. I know the reasons they gave and I continue to care about them and remember with love those who have died. But the fact remains that aunts or uncles or nieces or nephews who could have had their lives spared, never got their chance to be all they could be. Gone forever, with no one even knowing their names.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Oh, goodness, those are not my concerns. I just was trying to answer the question, “Why did Montana vote agains the bill.” I think it is because they were led to believe things about it that weren’t true, like a compassionate mother could not have the baby Christened.” What? I wonder how many abortive mothers want the aborted baby christened in the first place. I am not sure how many lies were in that write up against the bill. I posted a copy of the actual bill a few days ago, I think. I had to read it very carefully several times to be sure what it said and I thought it was fine.

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          • Lucille says:

            My apologies for misunderstanding your “I may see why Montanans voted against LR-131” comment. And I agree fully re most folks voting against the bill because they likely didn’t understand it and believed the opponents’ propaganda. Plus it’s doubtful that women seeking abortions are particularly concerned about baptizing their aborted children.

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    • Stella says:

      A bill like this passed in Michigan too.

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