Conspiracy Constipation

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

Would you blindly take a pill or vaccine without knowing precisely what was in it, just because a doctor or “Professional Health Practitioner” told you to?

YES!
You see this??  Education teaches you this in chemistry and biology.  Knowing this, why the fuck would you think that you know more than someone who spent years studying and learning, and actually knows what these words mean.

IT CONTAINS MORE THAN 4,000 CHEMICALS, AND HAS SPREAD INTO EVERY HUMAN BODY ON EARTH

Among its components are formaldehyde, acetone, ethanol, ketone bodies, dihydrogen monoxide, tryptophan, urea, dehydroepiandrosterone, Hexosephosphate P, and at least 20 kinds of acids.

Nearly every chemical constituent will, in certain concentrations, kill children and adults.

Chemical compounds within it are used in yoga mats, explosives, warfare, and industrial applications.

It is now so pervasive, that every human baby is born with high concentrations of it in his or her tiny body.

Healthcare workers, pharmaceutical companies, and governments conspire to spend Billions of dollars each year, to maintain or increase its presence in ordinary citizens.

IT’S YOUR OWN BLOOD – DUMMY!

Don’t be alarmed by words you don’t understand, or people who want to scare you on Facebook, because they’re bored or stupid, or both.  Read!  Understand!  Reduce the stupid!

Science! It reduces the stupid.

So, get your head out of your a…. Get the shot – both shots!  Wear the damned mask to protect you and everyone else.  It’s not wearing one that makes you look stupid – and selfish, and inconsiderate.  Soon we’ll be able to go back to Shoney’s for Early Bird Dinner.  Don’t worry – Be happy.  Trust the experts.  They really do know more than your cousin Shelly on Twitter.  😳

47 thoughts on “Conspiracy Constipation

  1. Jack Sutter says:

    Call me what you want, think what you want of me, I’m not wearing your stupid masks anymore and I’m not getting the shot either. What exactly do you think you’re going to get about it? Call me names? 😂👌

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  2. Rivergirl says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the most destructive part of Trump’s legacy is the undermining of our faith in science. The minute Covid became political we were doomed.

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    • Archon's Den says:

      America officially became doomed when there were enough amateur redneck (Glorious lack of sophistication) voters to get him elected. He is not the cause of the slide, merely the visible symptom, like a boil indicates the underlying blood poisoning that causes it. 😦 😯

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  3. Jim Wheeler says:

    Sorry to admit it, but I live in SW Missouri, probably the worst area in the state that has the lowest per-capita vaccination rate in the whole country. People here seem normal and the culture is polite and tolerant, but beneath the surface there is distrust of science and a an obstinate distrust of authority. This is not a general lack of intelligence, it is a cultural meme that is being exploited for political power. It is no coincidence that this area is often called the buckle of the bible belt.

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    • Archon's Den says:

      I’ve often said that it revolves around ego and insecurity. I see it most often with religion/Christianity, but it applies to all other facets of life. Matt Dillahunty, moderator of the Atheist Experience podcast, asks, “What does it feel like when you’re wrong??! Exactly the same as when you think that you’re right.” 😳
      Rule of Logic makes a good point with the Asimov quote. 🙂

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    • Jack Sutter says:

      The people there are normal, you’re having yourself a head trip because you’re hung up on vaccine nonsense. Maybe you should talk to someone, get some help, you’re jumping at shadows and making very condescending, unfair assumptions about the reasoning behind why the people around you aren’t getting vaccinated. Maybe you’re right into their stupid, OR… maybe you’re missing something they’re NOT.

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      • Jim Wheeler says:

        Mr. Sutter, my opinion of the local culture here has nothing to do with my ego. People here are as intelligent and kind as anywhere, perhaps more so where “kind” is concerned. But there is an important distinction between trust in authority and trust in science. Vaccination is likely the most momentous development in the history of medicine, something we all should have learned in school. My midwestern parents did the right thing by getting me vaccinated against childhood diseases, especially polio. Medical science was never politically partisan in those days, but it sure is now. Those like yourself are doing society a disservice by giving lip service to vaccine distrust. .

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        This isn’t the vaccine, it’s an experimental drug that doesn’t have FDA approval. I’m not anti-vax.

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      • Jim Wheeler says:

        i’m glad to hear that you are not anti-VAX. The safety and efficacy of the vaccines have been proven through millions of doses worldwide, and, the vast majority of currently hospitalized Covid patients are unvaccinated . If that is not enough reassurance, I don’t know what could be. how can you respect vaccination hesitancy in the face of that?

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        You’re a little slow, aren’t you. I’m not going to take the covid-19 vaccine, it’s not FDA-approved. Nobody should take it if they don’t feel like it, if they do, they should be free. But it’s an experimental, unapproved drug. It is not like any of the conventional vaccines you’re trying to conflate it with. You’re either being dishonest or stupid, not sure which.

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      • Archon's Den says:

        the vaccines had to go through a rigorous review to get emergency authorization, so people should not be worried that the shots don’t have full approval yet.

        The FDA released this statement:

        “The FDA recognizes that vaccines are key to ending the COVID-19 pandemic and is working as quickly as possible to review applications for full approval.

        “Although an authorization is not an FDA approval, the FDA conducted a thorough scientific evaluation of each of the authorized vaccines and can assure the public and medical community that the vaccines meet FDA’s rigorous standards for safety, effectiveness and manufacturing quality.”

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        People can be as worried as they choose to be. You make up your own mind how worried you want to be, leave others to make up their own minds.

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      • The Devil Unbound says:

        No! Not when your unwillingness of inability to accept scientific truth puts others at risk.

        You can’t ask for your rights to be respected when you openly trespass into other people’s safety.

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        Once upon a time it was a scientific truth that the Earth was flat. The way you talk about scientific truth kind of speaks to a misunderstanding of what science actually is. It’s a process, a method, NOT a set of sacred, unchallengeabke, or infallible truths.

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      • The Devil Unbound says:

        Questioning absolutely everything, especially that which has solid evidence behind it isn’t scepticism, it’s cynicism. It’s toxic and corrosive doubt.

        And even if certain scientific principles must be questioned, that can only be done by qualified individuals.

        Everything you say, even your misrepresentation of my statement, which was an ethical one not a scientific one, shows your not equipped to challenge conventional science.

        Take care.

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        😂 alrighty then 👌

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      • The Devil Unbound says:

        This “experimental” mRNA technology isn’t as experimental as conspiracy nuts are claiming. It’s not new, either, it’s been around for about 20 years.

        Full FDA approval is more about statutory and legal permission than about medical safety or proper testing.

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      • Jack Sutter says:

        It’s also not as safe as medical “experts” are claiming either, just ask one of the main guys who created mRNA technology. He’s being censored and suppressed because he’s trying to warn people that the government is misleading the public. And ask for statutory and legal permission and FDA approval, what do you think the statutes and legal Hoops revolve around? Safety and proper testing.

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      • The Devil Unbound says:

        The fact that Malone has been shown to have lied in claiming to have invented mRNA vaccines…

        It’s difficult to know where to start replying to you.

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      • Archon's Den says:

        I wouldn’t – and didn’t! His mind is made up, like many of his claims. Don’t feed the troll, and confuse him with information. 😯

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      • The Devil Unbound says:

        I see that now.

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  4. rulesoflogic says:

    “Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.’”

    ― Isaac Asimov

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  5. Newbloggycat says:

    Yes, I heard you loud and clear, GOD. 😂 Just got my 1st shot on 6th July 😌

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  6. Sightsnbytes says:

    we have both our shots now, and despite what people are saying, we don’t glow in the dark, our WiFi didn’t get any stronger, and we didn’t have any long lasting side effects. Just doing our part to end this terrible pandemic, and stop the variants….and not get sick and die… that’s the most important part.

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    • Archon's Den says:

      I – and the rest of Canada – thank you for doing your intelligent, educated, co-operative part to keep us all safe…. from COVID. Nobody can keep us safe from conspiracy theorists. 👿

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  7. The Devil Unbound says:

    Dihydrogen monoxide! Ha ha! I remember that compound causing alarm about a decade ago. Very good piece, you’ve said it all concisely and straightforwardly.

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