There is no scientific proof of a virus called “COVID-19”
As no new virus has been scientifically proved to exist per accepted scientific protocols, there is no way of know how this mythical non existent “COVID-19” is transmitted.
As no one has a clue how this non existent, at the very least non proved to exist scientifically “virus” is spread, no one knows if a real anti-virus mask would stop said mythical transmission of the non existent virus.
I taught CBRD, Chemical Biological Radiology Defense, I studied Microbiology under a Military Virologist.
Therefore I can tell you that mythical virus can go into, through any orifice on your body!
Two things to remember here.
Don’t forget your COVID-19 BUTT PLUG.
The Ole Texican Dog!
‘No Surge In COVID Two Weeks After Mask Mandate Lifted In Texas’
Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, issued an executive order (pdf) that went into effect on March 10 to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. Although the government’s statewide mask mandate was lifted, individual businesses were still able to “limit capacity” or impose mask mandates at their own choosing.
But in Austin and Travis County, residents 10 years or older still have to wear a mask outside their home after a district judge refused to grant Attorney General Ken Paxton a restraining order that would have ended a mask mandate enforced by Travis County and Austin city officials. The trial is set to take place on March 26.
Texas had been witnessing a downward trend in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations prior to Abbott’s announcement ending the restrictions.
(MYTHICAL CREATURES PERHAPS A DRAGON OR UNICORN NEXT?)
It is my personal opinion Texicans will not get their God Given Natural Law Rights back until the occupying war criminal USA corporation is run out of the Occupied Republic of Texas.
At which time I expect war crime trials to be held for yankee carpetbaggers and Texican Scalawags who have played in the great whores bed of evil against Texicans.
The Ole Texican Dog!
Currently, in the Lone Star State, you can go to jail for peacefully walking down the street, minding your own business, with your handgun in a holster – simply because you failed to jump through government hoops and ask for a permit.
This is the case even if you have had extensive training, you are behaving in a perfectly safe manner, and you have never committed any other crime.
That’s because in 1871, the Texas Legislature banned the carry of handguns outside of one’s property. Although subsequent legislatures have carved out exceptions to the ban – most notably in 1995, instituting the License to Carry program to allow certain people carry in public – that general prohibition is still on the books.
By contrast, 32 other states recognize the right of anyone who can legally possess firearms to carry a handgun, openly (visible), in public, without having to obtain a permit. And 18 of those states don’t care whether your shirt is on the inside or outside of your gun; they welcome either open or concealed carry of handguns without a permit for legal gun owners.
Even right here in Texas, legal gun owners can carry rifles and shotguns in public without a permit.
To say that Texas is behind the curve on handgun carry is a gross exaggeration.
Although some legislators have touted “significant” gun rights wins in the past few years, that claim is laughable. The most far-reaching bill that has passed recently was licensed open carry – a bill in which Texas joined 44 other states who had already declared that license holders wouldn’t go to jail if their shirt was on the wrong side of their gun. That’s hardly monumental policy.
The last session’s most significant “win” for gun rights was Constitutional Carry for Disasters. Unfortunately, the bill was so narrow and insignificant that it failed to even apply at all during the ongoing pandemic disaster.
That’s why this Thursday’s hearing is so significant. Multiple Constitutional Carry bills are on the agenda. These bills would recognize the right of honest Texans – those who can legally possess a firearm – to carry a handgun, open or concealed, with no permit required.
In other words, you wouldn’t risk going to jail simply because you failed to jump through government hoops and ask permission before carrying your handgun.
Legislators are already receiving floods of emails and phone calls on these bills – from Texans on both sides of the issue. Because the Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee has the authority to decide whether to move the bill forward, it is important for them to hear from Texans.
Fortunately, it is easier than ever this year for gun owners to voice an opinion.
As always, Texans can call or email the committee members. This is quick and easy; a staff member will take your call or read your email and record your position on the bills. It’s important to call and email because this helps legislators understand how many Texans actually want them to fight for gun rights.
This year, however, the Texas House has a new system allowing online comments. All Texans can submit written comments online in favor of Constitutional Carry bills (HB 1238, HB 1911, HB 1927, and HB 2900). The comment form is open from now until the end of the hearing. These comments become a part of public records after the hearing, so it is critical for gun owners to show a strong presence.
Also, anyone can sacrifice a day to come to Austin for the hearing can speak for 2 minutes to show support for Constitutional Carry bills. GOA Texas is coordinating carpools and keeping volunteers up-to-date via text messages when you let them know you want to attend the hearing. See their tips for writing your testimony.
This is your opportunity to look the committee members in the eyes, share your story, and tell them why it is critical for them to pass Constitutional for the safety and security of the great state of Texas. While it’s a big trip for some, it’s a trivial sacrifice in comparison to our Texian history of the Battle of Gonzales, the Alamo Defenders, and others who lived and died for the cause of liberty.
It’s no secret that Texas boasts millions of gun owners who most certainly claim to care about protecting their rights. Now is the time for them to show up and make their voice heard.
First I posted the piece from my JCC site.
Gab would not show the thieving USA pirate flag, but instead showed the confederate flag as that is a symbol on the site.
My great grandfather shot invading gang raping little southern children to death yankee “soldiers” under the pirate flag above, when he was not praying with confederate soldiers dying from being murdered by the invading USA War Criminals.
I am damn proud of the Confederate Battle flag, but we were discussing the war crimes of the USA Today, not 159 years ago.
So I switched it to my Texas site, they still will not show the USA pirate flag, they show the Texas Flag.
As you can see, trying to post anything else was locked down because gab shits their pants when the war crimes of Israhell and their blackmailed bitch the USA are shown to folks.
You might also note Gab would not show Voodoo Vaccine Bill Gates Standing Next to his best Buttie Mossad Jeffery the Child Rape Pimp in the lower post.
Truth seems to make Gab $#it their unmentionables.
So how is an enemy of the American people which censors the truth from Americans, an “alternative” or “opposition” platform.
The funding probably came from Mossad or CIA to start the site.
The Ole Dog!
While Syria’s oil resources are modest compared to some of its neighbours, they have been sufficient to guarantee the country’s energy self-sufficiency, and to earn Damascus a modest income from exports. Since 2011, much of these resources have been damaged or looted, first by jihadists and then by the US and their Kurdish allies.
90 percent of Syria’s oil resources are under the control of Washington and its allies, Oil Minister Bassam Touma has revealed.
“Americans and their allies are targeting the Syrian oil wealth and its tankers just like pirates,” Touma said, speaking to Syrian News Channel on Thursday, his remarks translated into English by PressTV.
“What has happened all through the war in Syria has not happened in any country, in terms of preventing us from tapping our wealth and at the same time stopping basic commodities from reaching our country,” Touma added.
The minister estimated direct and indirect damage to Syria’s oil sector of over $92 billion, and stressed that the sector has been targeted deliberately by the country’s enemies because it is a key source of income for the country’s economy.
Touma said Damascus is looking at increasing the exploration of oil reserves in the country’s territorial waters in the Mediterranean, but admitted that such exploration is expensive and time consuming, and requires “calm and stable logistical conditions.”
JUST A WARNING TO THOSE YOUNG KNIGHTS OUT THERE TRYING TO SAVE THE FAIR MAIDENS IN DISTRESS.
I AM AN OLE DOG SO I KNOW THESE THINGS, BUT FAR TOO OFTEN THE BRAVE SELF-LESS KNIGHT TRYING TO SAVE THE FAIR MAIDEN FROM THE DRAGON, FINDS THE MAIDEN IS IN LEAGUE WITH THE DRAGON.
YOUNG, BRAVE KNIGHT, SAVE YOURSELF FROM THE “FAIR MAIDEN”.
MEXICO CITY — For years now, dozens of pro-marijuana activists have gathered in front of Mexico’s Congressional building on Reforma Avenue in the largest city in the Americas to spark up and tacitly remind lawmakers of a landmark 2012 ruling by the country’s Supreme Court, that declared a ban on recreational marijuana to be unconstitutional.
Just shy of a decade later, the precedent created by that historic decision is on the brink of a full flowering as the lower house of the Mexican Congress approved the federal regulation of cannabis by a 316 to 129 vote on Wednesday. The legislation is expected to pass easily in the Senate and be signed into law by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in short order.
Nearly four years after Mexico’s legalization of medical marijuana, extending legal status to recreational use will make it the principal marijuana market in North America and, possibly, the world. The implications for commercial interests on both sides of the border are considerable and American businesses, in particular, are keeping a close eye on developments south of the border
While dispensaries might not start popping up next to the neighborhood convenience store just yet, hemp – ganja’s less psychedelic cousin – could represent an immediate and lucrative market opportunity after the law is officially on the books, according to Raul Elizalde, CEO of HempMeds.
Hemp’s many industrial and biodegradable uses have been largely proscribed throughout the global supply chain of industrial goods in the twentieth century and remain so as a result of several factors that encompass everything from the emergence of synthetic fibers like Nylon, competing interests from paper production monopolies, to the persistence of racist, colonialist attitudes among wealthy elites, who have used the prohibition of marijuana and other natural substances to target the indigenous cultures that stand in the way of their global resource extraction projects.
A medieval approach
Texans who received their electricity through wholesale provider Griddy have been absolved of the sky-high rates they were forced to pay, state Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Tuesday. Some 24,000 Griddy customers will be relieved of the charges for $29.1 million in unpaid electrical bills after the AG sued Griddy under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act following a week of record cold temperatures last month.
The five-day cold snap that saw some Texas residents hit with electricity prices of up to $9,000 per megawatt-hour – a rate over 100 times higher than the normal $25-$30 – added a profound layer of insult to the injury Texans were already suffering under the unseasonably frigid conditions. Paxton’s lawsuit released Griddy’s former customers from the utility’s bankruptcy, and the AG’s office is also reportedly working with the defunct utility to obtain “relief” for Texans who had already paid the wildly inflated energy bills in whole or part.
The utility filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, after the state’s grid operator ERCOT billed it for $29 million, a sum it could not afford to pay. The utility claimed it had no choice but to lay off 15 of its 30 employees in late February following the storm.
Texas’ grid is not connected to those of other states and during the extreme cold snap, wholesale electricity prices soared – a catastrophic situation for Texans unaware they were being billed at the inflated rate for an entire week. While some customers got stuck paying Griddy’s highly inflated rate, others were able to switch to other providers selling electricity at the fixed rate most Texas electric customers pay.
MORE OCCUPATION yankee LIES AND BULL $#IT:
Locals can make their fantasies a reality with a brand new attraction at the San Antonio Zoo.
In Dragon Forest, which opened on March 12, visitors journey through a medieval kingdom and meet its 15 resident dragons.
Embracing the renaissance faire spirit, Dragon Forest has great food like turkey legs, kettle corn and Bavarian nuts on offer, as well as Butter Beer and Dragon’s Blood to drink.
Dragon Forest is open on select days through the end of October. The Dragon Forest Standard ticket is $10 dollars per guest and sold separately from zoo admission. Members can purchase the standard ticket for a discounted price of $8.
For the full Dragon Forest and zoo experience, guests can purchase a combo ticket for $38.99 for adults and $34.99 for children.
THESE PIG FORNICATING RATSCHILD’S THIRTY SHEKEL POLITICAL PROSTITUTES MAKING WAR ON HUMANITY’S CHILDREN WITH ARBITRARY RULES FOR A VIRUS NOT SCIENTIFICALLY PROVED TO EXIT SHOULD HAVE JESUS THE CHRIST THERAPY FOR THOSE WHO HARM GOD’S LITTLE ONES.
I COMMEND THE ADMINISTRATION AT THIS OCCUPIED Republic of Texas SCHOOL DISTRICT.
I COMMEND THE ADMINISTRATION AT THIS OCCUPIED Republic of Texas SCHOOL DISTRICT.
The Ole Dog!—————-
‘“OUR KIDS HAVE THRIVED” THE TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT THAT NEVER REQUIRED MASK OR SOCIAL DISTANCING’
There were no social media posts, emails to parents or hastily scheduled school board meetings at the Peaster Independent School District after Governor Greg Abbott announced the end to state mask orders last week.
The rural school district in Parker County, northwest of Weatherford, never made masks an issue for students or staff this school year. Wear one, or don’t.
It has not distanced students inside classroom. No one has been placed into a mandatory quarantine. Homecoming happened on schedule. The pancake dinner, fall festival, sports and concerts all took place as planned.
The result, according to Superintendent Lance Johnson, has been a higher enrollment and average daily attendance numbers ahead of last year.
Johnson also said district data shows most students are on track to finish the school year on grade level, closing the learning gap that occurred when schools shut down last spring.
“Our kids have thrived and our teachers have thrived,” he said. “And it’s just been real eye opening to see how we’ve done things different than other schools.”
Johnson has frequently found himself on the phone, or in meetings with other school district leaders or legislative staff members, interested in how the district of about 1,400 students has managed an approach opposite to conventional school health policies.
He tells them there’s no magic to it.
“It’s real simple. We’ve just done it,” he said. “It’s not that difficult if you really put the needs of kids first.”
After the initial experience with virtual learning last year, PISD did what many districts did, surveying families on what type of learning they would be comfortable with.
Fifty-five percent indicated they would still send their children to school if masks and six feet of social distancing were required at all grade levels. That jumped to 86% participation though, if school was offered as close to the traditional model as possible.
“Our teachers and our school board and our community just stood in solidarity to say you know what, we’re going to do what’s best for kids,” Johnson said. “And what’s best for kids is having them in school, learning, in a traditional school model.”
Students returned to school on time in August. Johnson said the district fully supported anyone wearing masks. Anyone who did not, was assumed to be exercising an allowed medical or religious exemption.
There were no cases of COVID-19, he said, during the first 10 weeks of school. Cases did start to occur during the fall among students, and staff. State data shows at least three reported by staff members. Johnson estimated total cases could have approached 10, but acknowledged some cases could have gone unreported.
There were campus shutdown policies in place for consecutive days of high absenteeism, but it was not used. There were just a dozen more teacher absences in the fall, than during the same period in 2019.
The rural setting of Peaster may have offered an advantage.
Johnson points out families still regularly travel into Weatherford and Fort Worth, however.
The district is smaller, with just three school campuses, but space is relative he said. Peaster isn’t putting kids into larger buildings.
There was heavy initial criticism of the approach, and it lasted into the fall, including a complaint to the Texas Education Agency. The Weatherford Democrat reported in October the agency reviewed the complaint and took no action on it.
Monday, just eight students were still utilizing virtual learning. Johnson believes other districts could do the same thing Peaster is doing.
“18 months ago what we’re doing to kids would’ve been criminal,” he said. “And here we are fighting going back to that model, fighting letting kids be kids, and letting kids socialize and letting them have a normal school year.”