A telling anagram?

Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 month, 2 weeks ago to Culture
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I have a curiously wired mind when it comes to some things. It could be most telling that the Omnicron covid variant being foisted and the next mass pandemic to compel folks to jabb and jabb again and again and again, has a curious anagram.

Omnicron = Moronic

Dr Angelique Coetzee, the South African doctor who first spotted the new Covid variant Omicron, appeared on the BBC this weekend.


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  • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Funny that they skipped Xi because it is spelled the same as the Chinese Premier only to wind up with an equally ridiculous name...
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  • Posted by $ Ben_C 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    This what viruses do - they become more contagious but less lethal over time. But then Dr. Falsie knows this because he IS the science.
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Just in time to hopefully ruin Christmas.
    Is it The Grinch? Is it Krampus?
    No, it's OMNICROM!!! Scream that with the worst scary voice you can manage.
    Remember that Dr. Fauci has just proclaimed that he anything he says is infallible because he is science.
    He should know for using our tax dollars to fund the Wuhan lab research to create Covid-19 and to torture dogs with sand fleas after cutting their vocal chords so they can't howl ear-splitting screams.
    But don't throw this and anything else up at him.
    He will just laugh and with his creepy Dr. Evil smile say "January 6" at you like he did to Senator Cruz, you deplorable racist you.
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  • Posted by Storo 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    You know, it seems like as soon as we start to get to the end of the tunnel with one virus, thereโ€™s suddenly another one that is more transmissible, maybe not stopped by current vaccines, etc. do you think the whole thing could be fiction?
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    • Posted by $ katrinam41 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      The media coverage is fiction, the "science" is fiction, the virus is real. Overblown, but real. Listening to msm, this latest version is triggering a whole new round of panic and fear for for every country in the world. Not one tiny word about South Africa doctors who say the strain is more spreadable but less virulent. Instead, the Patient Zero country is being isolated, locked out of an ever increasing ring of freaked out countries...
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  • Posted by $ Commander 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    This was in my Mercola feed this morning, in comment section.
    The French writer Sylvain Timsit published a decalogue of the strategies most frequently used by the media and by political elites to manipulate the masses. It can be adapted to the current situation. 1. Encourage distraction by promoting information overload, or when such information contains a strong emotional charge such as reporting tragic events 2. Create the problems and also the solutions as the intention to cause a specific reaction, so that this public demands measures and decision-making that solve the situation such as the loss of freedoms. 3. Appeal to gradualism by applying the changes that are important gradually, so that public and political reactions are equally gradual and easier to contain. 4. Infantilize the interlocutor by positioning the audience as a group of naive people or incapable of taking responsibility for themselves
    5. Make you think that this measure is painful but necessary, and that it is necessary to agree to it in the present although its effects will be perceived years later. 6. Position the public as a group of naive people or incapable of taking responsibility for themselves, or making critical and responsible decisions. The public effectively identifies with that position and ends up accepting the imposed measures and even supporting them with conviction. 7. Appeal more to emotions than to reflection 8. Promote complacency in mediocrity to reinforce the feeling of success and satisfaction with the situation in which we find ourselves, even if it is a precarious or unfair situation 9. Reinforce self-blame. It is being used for the unvaccinated. 10. Knowing people better than they know themselves. It is the basis of artificial and emotional
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