Why should anyone trust a liar?
Because they are a republican?
CORONA VIRUS IS NOT A POLITICAL FOOTBALL.
IT IS A KILLER.
Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
Why should anyone trust a liar?
SPANISH INFLUENZA MUCH LIKE GRIPPE;
Malady Found Not Dangerous Unless Neglected, When Pneumonia May Develop--Its History and Symptoms
SolarCross wrote:^ that's very deceptive. They may or may not be right or wrong about the risks and benefits of vaccines but "antivaxxer moms" are absolutely not motivated by an indifference or contempt for their own children. It is exactly because they care about their children that they are concerned about the safety of vaccines. The parents that don't care about their kids are the ones that let their kids get vaccinated without bothering to check the safety.
It does not help the pro-vaxxer case to be misrepresenting people, it just makes you look evil and dishonest. Why should anyone trust a liar?
ness31 wrote:Foxdemon, stop being a little troll..
The double p from grippe comes from the French word gripper apparently. To seize, snatch, grasp..makes sense.
Rancid wrote:Dr Fauci is now saying that we could see 100,000 - 200,000 deaths in the US. This is dramatically lower than the 1.2 million deaths in the US alone I recall reading about like a week to two ago..
JohnRawls wrote:Oh boy, half of all WW2 US deaths or 4 times more than the US deaths in Vietnam. Not a biggy Rancid...
Another possible threat on the horizon
The ABC's chief foreign correspondent Philip Williams has narrowed in on one particular remark of the Prime Minister's during his address from Parliament House.
During the Prime Minister’s $130 billion job support announcement came an almost throwaway comment. He warned some countries could "fall into chaos" as a result of the corona upheaval.
If true we could have more than just domestic worries to deal with. Scott Morrison didn’t mention countries by name. But it doesn’t require a massive leap of imagination to come up with a couple of nations in our region that could be seriously compromised if there was a collapse of law and order.
In which case, Australia may have an external challenge and possibly historic obligations to fulfill.
Let’s hope those scenarios remain just that, but our foreign affairs and defence strategists will be starting to think about consequences , just in case.
Drlee wrote:I have no time for his supporters. There is not a single one that I respect.
Rich wrote:Its the anti Trumpers who demand to keep troops in Iraq and Syria. Its the anti Trumpers who perpetually war monger against Russia. Yet its these same anti Trumpers that tell us that China is our friend. China is a great role model for us. Its the anti Trumpers who demanded that we keep our borders open with China. And its New York city, sanctuary city for illegals and centre of anti-Trumpism that has flooded out infection to the rest of the country.None of what you said in this paragraph is true.
Godstud wrote:None of what you said in this paragraph is true.
Godstud wrote:No one wants troops in Syria and Iraq.
Blackjack21 wrote:He's pretty much right on.Only if you ignore facts, and have a fixation with fantasy.
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