Pots and kettles, anyone?[email protected] wrote:We can assume Q.V. spends an awful amount of time glued to the internet. How do you know that lieutenant Columbo? Easy enough. Q.V. tends to respond very quickly to any posts that arise here so we can "assume" Q.V. doesn't get out a lot.
Where do you most often warn them, DB? A soapbox somewhere?I warn people often about internet use.
Q.V. is indeed being told what and how to think.
By you, apparently. While you, of course, are NOT being told what to think by the sources you consider trustworthy. Oh no, not you.
If you were actually in the Ukraine you might be less of an expert on what goes on there.
You won't see it. What, you think they're going to tell you on The News that millions of people have died, and the obvious reason for it?Possibly the only answer for us is to wait and see if the depopulation theory manifests itself.
Pfff. Feared, you say?? There are plenty of countries where people have starved to death in great numbers for decades. I've been to some of them.The real concern for population right now is Ukraine because it's a huge crop supplier. Food shortages are feared.
All this while farmers are paid more to destroy their crops than they would get for harvesting and selling.
It would have been, had the perpetrators not grossly underestimated their victims' average intelligence. I was heartened to see that on the UF original of this thread, only one in six was prepared not only to roll up his sleeves, but afterwards to tell everyone the ensuing illness "would have been worse" if he hadn't had the jabs. The fact that unjabbed people were perfectly fine throughout eluded him.The American conspiracy evangelists seem to think the vaccine is the best depopulator.