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MustafaJones 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m not saying using free stuff as an incentive for vaccination is excessive government pressure. However what I am saying is that governments are still pushing way too hard for vaccines for a relatively harmless virus. Maybe things are a bit different in the US but I cannot think of a single instance where my state or federal government tried to motivate people to vaccinate by giving free stuff as a “bribe”. I remember when very well when they discovered the HPV vaccine that could prevent cervical cancer, (a far deadlier ailment) and all they did was run some ads saying “hey people should get this”, the same went for the flu vaccine So to me this whole “bribe” thing is a bid foreign and seems very strange especially in relation to the current pandemic.

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MustafaJones 8 points ago +8 / -0

So accurate reporting on Burn Loot Murder’s activity is “smearing”? Do modern reporters even know what ethics mean anymore?

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MustafaJones 2 points ago +2 / -0

Funny how they say “German” but when you open the link it clearly says: “Turken und Araben”. How long before the right gets blamed for this?

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MustafaJones 10 points ago +10 / -0

Granted this isn’t all that bad compared to shit like vaccine passports but still, why the need for a bribe in the first place? If the WuFlu is as bad as the government says, and the vaccine is really as effective as they say, why the need for a bribe? Normally this wouldn’t rustle anyone’s jimmies but considering the controversy around the WuFlu I’d say the governments motives here need to be questioned.

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MustafaJones 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yup, the fact that so many governments have to either bribe or force by law people to take this supposed “cure” is really, really telling.

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MustafaJones 8 points ago +8 / -0

It’s utterly disgusting that people in the media promote censorship. They are also subject to those rules, and one day it will come back to bite them.

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MustafaJones 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mean if it’s a trademark of the Red Cross they have the right to protect their logo. I doubt Apple or Tesla would be happy if their logos suddenly appeared in games and other media without their approval. Don’t most games just a green or generic cross for health anyway? To me it’s not too big of a gripe.

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MustafaJones 14 points ago +14 / -0

Just don’t pay these fines. Here in Australia the vast majority of fines issued during the lockdown were voided after the lockdowns were lifted. Practically anyone who challenged the fines in court won.

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MustafaJones 23 points ago +23 / -0

It’s sad that people these days get far more outraged over a guy ODing during an arrest than over police blowing up a guy’s kid with a flash bang. The difference, the latter was white. I guess racism is alive in a way, just not the way people think.

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MustafaJones 4 points ago +4 / -0

Of course they don’t. If BLM really wanted blacks people to stop dying they would have to put the responsibility on black men, who do most of the killing. And we all know that’s not gonna happen because if there’s one thing these leftist groups can’t take is responsibility.

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MustafaJones 6 points ago +6 / -0

That’s what i don’t get as well. If you have to tell people that you’re black because they can’t tell from looking does that really count? I mean how is that any different from a someone claiming to be a native Indian because they are 1:128th cherokee? It’s clear Megan is pulling the race card when it suits her to advance her own career.

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MustafaJones 4 points ago +4 / -0

The fact that a university doesn’t understand how the 1st amendment works is a very troubling indictment against the American education system.

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MustafaJones 8 points ago +8 / -0

There’s already a massive problem with subpar pilots taking to the skies. In fact substandard pilots have already caused several fatal crashes as a result of airlines either failing to properly check up on the people they are hiring or just cheaping out on pilots. The last thing the world of aviation needs is diversity hire pilots, that’s literally a recipe for disaster. Thousands of lives will be at risk.

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MustafaJones 12 points ago +12 / -0

Judging by how toxic most e-celebs turn out to be in real life they are going to loose most of their main content creators.

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MustafaJones 22 points ago +22 / -0

This is going to be terrible for aviation safety. Airplanes is one of those places where ability ought to be of the utmost importance. Inflight fires, engine failures and gravity don’t care about diversity.

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MustafaJones 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well even an incredibly broken clock like Pierre Delecto can be right sometimes.

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MustafaJones 10 points ago +11 / -1

I don’t think it’s just sci-fi related but rather space related. It seems that going to space just makes people want unity. All the NASA guys and astronauts seemed to have that perspective during Apollo and all that and I guess the sci-fi writers just took it and ran with it.

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MustafaJones 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know compared to JoePedo’s America Russia seems like a nice place these days.

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MustafaJones 9 points ago +9 / -0

Mass hysteria is back and it’s back with a vengeance it seems. How retarded do you have to be to get envious over a questionably safe shot for a virus with a 99%+ survival rate?

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MustafaJones 2 points ago +3 / -1

Man people have become a bunch of real sensitive faggots these days. How weak are these guys. They literally wouldn’t survive on the internet a decade ago. Anyone else remember what MW2 lobby chat was like?

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MustafaJones 4 points ago +4 / -0

Oh boo boo, what a massive crybully. Maybe next time she’d tried to smear another persons good name she’d think about repercussions. Or maybe just hit an artery. Either way is good really.

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