Les Crispi
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So 75 percent of deaths were with really, really, really sick people, which is what happens with every respiratory illness death.

Have you noticed that people are over Covid now, and that the government is starting to be more honest about the numbers. Do you know why?

Another crisis is coming this year.

Most likely a financial one, and the world will decide to move to digital currencies. In …More
So 75 percent of deaths were with really, really, really sick people, which is what happens with every respiratory illness death.

Have you noticed that people are over Covid now, and that the government is starting to be more honest about the numbers. Do you know why?

Another crisis is coming this year.

Most likely a financial one, and the world will decide to move to digital currencies. In order to access your bank account and spend money it will all be digitized and you'll have to show your proof of vaccination. The argument will be that since the vaccines don't work, but act as a therapeutic, what's the harm? And many people, desperate to eat and buy things, will have to get a vaccine and be tracked (Mark of the Beast).

This will further help thin out the herd. THose that don't get vaxxed will further be shunned as the lowest of castes. They won't have the 5g smartphone with their 5g digital pass; or they won't have their implanted digital pass. The pressure will be immense. Get your digital ID and vax, and probably die or get sick and dependent on Big Pharma /Gov. Or starve.

THey've already war gamed this (In Israel in December). Which means it's right around the corner. In fact, these "war games" are more like dress rehearsals.

Things are slowing down now with Covid. Omicron is a head cold. But we have to keep the chaos and fear going. We are entering a more naked power grab than the one before.

CDC Finally Admits 75 Percent of COVID Deaths Happen in Patients "With at least Four or More Comorb…

This issue has always been at the heart of the internal data that was never turned over for review. For two years people have wanted to know the …
SHJ-IHM
So we still don't know how many had ZERO comorbidities?
occasnltrvlr
Well, maybe you don't, but the CDC does. They've published comorbidity data from the beginning. Fewer than 6% (cited as "over 5%") of people in the US counted as "Covid-19" deaths had zero comorbidities, and can be said to have died from Covid-19.

COVID-19 Provisional Counts - Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics
Ultraviolet
"Another crisis is coming this year. Most likely a financial one," Joao was predicting that for last year. :P Vague predictions of "crisis" can apply to anything so they always come true.
Les Crispi
Well, since I said the financial crisis will involve digital currency and a move to it regarding the lack of Covid vaxxine push efficacy, mine is not as vague. I appreciate your comment. No one is telling you to believe me, and thank God we live in a world where indeed, we can express our opinions.

The world is also going to end. No one knows when. But Jesus certainly didn't want us not to look …More
Well, since I said the financial crisis will involve digital currency and a move to it regarding the lack of Covid vaxxine push efficacy, mine is not as vague. I appreciate your comment. No one is telling you to believe me, and thank God we live in a world where indeed, we can express our opinions.

The world is also going to end. No one knows when. But Jesus certainly didn't want us not to look for it. Or not take note of bad things happening.

Off you go.
Ultraviolet
" since I said the financial crisis will involve digital currency and a move to it…"

You said no such thing. You wrote: "Another crisis is coming this year.

Most likely a financial one, and the world will decide to move to digital currencies."

"and the world…" is not "because the world…"

You did say "another crisis is coming this year". and you did say "most likely a financial one" But …More
" since I said the financial crisis will involve digital currency and a move to it…"

You said no such thing. You wrote: "Another crisis is coming this year.

Most likely a financial one, and the world will decide to move to digital currencies."

"and the world…" is not "because the world…"

You did say "another crisis is coming this year". and you did say "most likely a financial one" But you didn't give the cause of the crisis. The second half of the sentence " and the world will decide to move to digital currencies." shows what else will be happening this year. Not what will be causing the crisis.

So yes, your prediction is just as vague. Off you go, Jimmy. :)
Les Crispi
I guess you like being pedantic. And that's OK. Because what I said in toto is exactly what I said. And most people understand that. I think you too. You just don't agree with it. And that's fine too.
Ultraviolet
You might guess that but you'd be incorrect. I like avoiding hysteria. I fully agree with you that what you said as a whole is what you said. I'm certainly not claiming anyone else said it. Rather, I'm questioning its accuracy. Since I'm certain you don't have a poll backing what "most people understand" about what you wrote well... that's a No True Scottsman Fallacy.
Les Crispi
Well, it's easy to question the accuracy of a prediction. That's why they're predictions. You could've simply said "I disagree" and here's why, etc.

But what you did was set yourself as the arbiter of truth and lies, and used someone else here as an example. That's a problem, because you don't know what is true and what isn't, either. I made a prediction.

Every day we make judgments. You rely …More
Well, it's easy to question the accuracy of a prediction. That's why they're predictions. You could've simply said "I disagree" and here's why, etc.

But what you did was set yourself as the arbiter of truth and lies, and used someone else here as an example. That's a problem, because you don't know what is true and what isn't, either. I made a prediction.

Every day we make judgments. You rely on yours, I'll rely on mine. But I certainly don't operate by what polls say. I can go to San Francisco, make a poll of 1000 people , then compare it to a poll from , oh, Charleston, WV and their views on gay marriage might be completely different. What kind of nonsense is it that I have to have a poll?

And why do I have to satisfy your requirements anyway? You're a nobody like the rest of us. Except you like to be pedantic.

This is just my opinion, but when you say you like avoiding "hysteria" you are saying you like avoiding scary thoughts. Unless, apparently, they're poll-tested.

Well, this isn't your personal forum. It's for everyone. You don't have to agree with me, but dispense with the idea you possess some authority or insight you don't have.

Jesus: "Yes, you must eat my real body and drink my real blood."
Ultraviolet: "I'm trying to avoid hysteria, can you poll test this first?"

You would've made a terrible disciple. Trust in Jesus. He'll give you insight and calm your fear. Just don't take it out on the rest of us.

THat's all I'll write about this. Off you go.
Ultraviolet
"But what you did was set yourself as the arbiter of truth and lies…"

Entirely untrue. I haven't accused you or even Joao of telling a lie or that their prediction was a lie. You malign unjustly. I pointed out he made the same sort of finanical crisis predictions last year and they didn't come true. Now you are making vague predictions with even less support. A falsehood is not a lie unless you …More
"But what you did was set yourself as the arbiter of truth and lies…"

Entirely untrue. I haven't accused you or even Joao of telling a lie or that their prediction was a lie. You malign unjustly. I pointed out he made the same sort of finanical crisis predictions last year and they didn't come true. Now you are making vague predictions with even less support. A falsehood is not a lie unless you know it is false.

"because you don't know what is true and what isn't, either."

How fortunate I made no such claim. I know what is likely and unlikely, though and what is vague and what is precise.

"I made a prediction."

…and it's vague enough to apply to anything, which hardly merits making it in the first place. For example, where I live I can confidently predict it will snow this month, but snow is not a blizzard.

"But I certainly don't operate by what polls say."

Polls are useful for backing claims about what "most people" supposedly know. Since you don't have any support for your claim it's baseless.

"And why do I have to satisfy your requirements anyway?"

You don't. But when you don't supply proof for your claim when challenged to do so, you look foolish when I point that out.

" You're a nobody like the rest of us. Except you like to be pedantic."

…and this sort of attempted one up-manship from you contradicts the claim I'm an exception. :P

"Well, this isn't your personal forum. It's for everyone."

Agreed and everyone can commment on everyone else's comments.

"but dispense with the idea you possess some authority or insight you don't have."

Well., that's where you're wrong. :D I'm GTV's Self-Appointed Official Seer and I have a 100% accuracy rate on all of my formal predictions. :D That is to say, when I predict something will happen it always does. If it doesn't I will delete my account. Unlike you and Joao, I offer a guarantee. I also don't make woeful predictions about the finance world that don't come true. Joao does. You're making a similar one with zip backing it.

Your lame "Jesus" dialogue is a failed example for a failed position.

Comparing yourself to Christ by comparison, no less.

"Trust in Jesus. He'll give you insight and calm your fear. Just don't take it out on the rest of us."

I have every right to trust Jesus because He is the Son of God. I have every right to question you because you are not.
joseph333333
Here is your next crisis, at least in the planning stage.
EXCLUSIVE IMF, 10 countries simulate cyberattack on global financial system
Laura Yunque
I couldn't agree more. They are basically telling us that they have been lying these last two years - surprise! But the question is why? I think we may see an avalanche of vaxx deaths which will cause chaos across the board.