Did the democrat liberal socialist really cancel Thanksgiving?

Mr Laurier

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You're the closet marxist.
Given that I'm not a marxist... I'm not the closest marxist.
So you are still stuck with a question you refuse to answer.
What lie? Thats the fourth time I asked

Edited to add. Misread "closet" as "closest".
Both are wrong, but details count
 
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Reepicheep

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Around 3500 to 3600 according to health Canada.
How many who do not die, are unable to return to normal life after?
So far this flu season, there have been 17 confirmed cases of the flu in Canada, none of which are in my province of Alberta, so it appears that the precautions Canadians are taken because of COVID have pretty well eliminated the flu.
 

Mr Laurier

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So far this flu season, there have been 17 confirmed cases of the flu in Canada, none of which are in my province of Alberta, so it appears that the precautions Canadians are taken because of COVID have pretty well eliminated the flu.
I am not surprised.
 

Reepicheep

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I am not surprised.

I'm starting to think that, even after COVID is under control, it makes sense for Canadians to voluntarily adopt the wearing of masks in public during flu season. That is what the people in (for example) Korea and Japan do. We wouldn't need to go overboard about it, but I'm thinking that, in the future, I may wear a mask in winter if I'm in a crowded grocery store, but probably not when I attend church. And, once air travel is common again, I think I'll wear a mask in airports and while on planes. Certainly, I expect that seeing people wearing masks won't be a rare event in Canada, like it used to be prior to COVID.

Even before COVID, many (perhaps most) shopping centers and grocery stores in Edmonton had hand sanitizer available at entrances. I never used to sanitize my hands, but in the future I'll certainly do so at every opportunity. Think back to when none of us wore seatbelts, now I can't imagine driving anywhere without first buckling in. The same thing may happen, to a certain extent, with masks and hand sanitizer.
 

Mr Laurier

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I'm starting to think that, even after COVID is under control, it makes sense for Canadians to voluntarily adopt the wearing of masks in public during flu season. That is what the people in (for example) Korea and Japan do. We wouldn't need to go overboard about it, but I'm thinking that, in the future, I may wear a mask in winter if I'm in a crowded grocery store, but probably not when I attend church. And, once air travel is common again, I think I'll wear a mask in airports and while on planes. Certainly, I expect that seeing people wearing masks won't be a rare event in Canada, like it used to be prior to COVID.

Even before COVID, many (perhaps most) shopping centers and grocery stores in Edmonton had hand sanitizer available at entrances. I never used to sanitize my hands, but in the future I'll certainly do so at every opportunity. Think back to when none of us wore seatbelts, now I can't imagine driving anywhere without first buckling in. The same thing may happen, to a certain extent, with masks and hand sanitizer.
indeed. Progress is ongoing
 

DeSanto

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Let’s just look at overall deaths (regardless of cause) compared to previous years.

That should be enough for people to question the hysteria we are witnessing.
 

CrowCross

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Given that I'm not a marxist... I'm not the closest marxist.
So you are still stuck with a question you refuse to answer.
What lie? Thats the fourth time I asked

Edited to add. Misread "closet" as "closest".
Both are wrong, but details count
I read your anti-capitalist the post the other day..you're a marxist.
 

Mr Laurier

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I read your anti-capitalist the post the other day..you're a marxist.
Thats not how it works.
A marxist, by deffinition, believes that an elite class must govern the proletariate. That this class is defined by formal education, rather than wealth or bloodline, is not important. Its still the idea that the proletariat cannot govern ourselves.
A notion I reject.
Therefore, I cannot be a marxist.
 

Mr Laurier

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You have to admit..the beaches without them was nice.
Wouldn't know.
I assume some women missed the bulge in the front. And all that comes with that.

Edited to add.
I've never been a speedo person myself. Preferring the loose fit trunks. I like good beer. Alas after a few decades, beer causes an expansive gut... which does not look good with a speedo. Of course ladies like that too. Just a different set of ladies.
 
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Harry Leggs

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CrowCross

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Wouldn't know.
I assume some women missed the bulge in the front. And all that comes with that.

Edited to add.
I've never been a speedo person myself. Preferring the loose fit trunks. I like good beer. Alas after a few decades, beer causes an expansive gut... which does not look good with a speedo. Of course ladies like that too. Just a different set of ladies.
It's called a dad-bod
 

DeSanto

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Harry Leggs

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See above (post# 129)

Notice the stat is death involving COVID not death from COVID. The C-19 numbers are inflated. The current from all causes is 2,521,952. Your overall average was 2,835,903. #134. No big jump in deaths in 2020. The stats do not support C-19 as the third leading cause of deaths in the United States or a big spike in deaths in 2020 due to C-19. Dude it is not there.

While they inflate the C-19 numbers the overall all cause death count remains steady. That is not what we would expect to see if there are a 232,639 C-19 deaths from 2/20 to 11/20. Looks like a scam. The overall death count should be far higher. Those extra deaths would not be there in 17, 18, and 2019 because C-19 showed up in January 2020.
 
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DeSanto

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Notice the stat is death involving COVID not death from COVID. The C-19 numbers are inflated. The current from all causes is 2,521,952. Your overall average was 2,835,903. #134. No big jump in deaths in 2020. The stats do not support C-19 as the third leading cause of deaths in the United States or a big spike in deaths in 2020 due to C-19. Dude it is not there.

While they inflate the C-19 numbers the overall all cause death count remains steady. That is not what we would expect to see if there are a 232,639 C-19 deaths from 2/20 to 11/20. Looks like a scam. The overall death count should be far higher. Those extra deaths would not be there in 17, 18, and 2019 because C-19 showed up in January 2020.
Psychological terrorism
 

Harry Leggs

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Psychological terrorism

Incentivize Hospitals

One way to boost COVID-19 infection and patient numbers is to reward hospitals to classify patients as coronavirus patients.

$5,000 per Medicare patient

$13,000 per coronavirus patient

$39,000 per patient on ventilator

Iovine, John. Scamdemic - The COVID-19 Agenda (p. 161). Images SI Inc.. Kindle Edition.

 
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