September 20, 2023

September 19, 2023

Please Come to Trump's Trial

Timothy Birdnow

Sung to the tune of Crosby, Stills, and Nash's Chicago:

Donald Trump is bound and gagged
as lies pour from witness chairs
Won't you please come to his trial
just to sing (you stool pigeons).
In a land that's known for freedom
there is none for orange hair
Won't you please come to the trial
we will burn some witches there

We can flay the creep
bury him so deep
we're just dying to convict him

Politicians sit and smile they all want him to be gone
Won't you please come to his trial it's just wrong
Don't ask Jack to fight fair 'cause he'll turn the other ear
won't you please come to his trial so the Democrats can cheer

We can flay the creep
bury him so deep
we're just dying to convict him

(It's dying)
If you believe in justice
(It's dying)
If you believe in freedom
(It's dying)
Let a man live his own life
(It's dying)
Rights and law, who needs them

slam the jail house door

Donald Trump must not be free I hope the day comes soon
Won't you soon come to the trial just to see how much wwe wound
we'll go after him all morning, in the day and afternoon
won't you please come to his trial
we'll hit him like a monsoon

We can flay the creep
bury him so deep
we're just dying to convict him

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Smith's Attempt to Gag Trump

Jonathan Turley


Jack Smith waited for late Friday to file a sweeping motion seeking to gag Trump in referencing witnesses and attorneys in the case. While calling it "narrowly tailored," it would effectively bar Trump from discussing the case in the midst of a presidential campaign...

...The order would prohibit Trump from making statements "regarding the identity, testimony, or credibility of prospective witnesses" and "statements about any party, witness, attorney, court personnel, or potential jurors that are disparaging and inflammatory, or intimidating."

...So after fighting to try Trump in the middle of the presidential election, Smith is seeking to curtail him from discussing one of the most important issues in the campaign. No one would argue with a bar on disparaging witnesses. However, some of the witnesses and parties are political figures...

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$300 a Week for Invasion

Timothy Birdnow

There needs to be a tax revolt in California. Everyone should stop paying taxes to the state over this.

California Senate has approved a measure to provide $300 weekly checks to each illegal immigrant

Steven Chase observes:

California Senate has approved a measure to provide $300 weekly checks to each illegal immigrant. The bill, known as Senate Bill 227, was passed unanimously by Democrats.
The checks would be distributed by California’s unemployment insurance fund, which ADMITS being defrauded of approximately $31 BILLION during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This measure comes at a time when the state is facing a significant budget deficit.

Think I am joking? I am not.

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Weissman Prosecuted for Withholding Evidence

Timothy Birdnow

Deputy FBI director Andrew Weissman is facing serious ethics charges in New York.

Weissman, you may remember, was point man for Robert Mueller in his witch hunt probe of President Trump in the early years of the Trump Presidency.


Serious ethical charges against FBI Deputy Director Andrew Weissmann are pending before the First Judicial Department Disciplinary Committee in New York. The charges arise from his role in hiding evidence favorable to the defense when he was a federal prosecutor leading the Enron Task Force.The Department of Justice is handling his defense.

According to the DOJ, there was no violation of the rules of ethics, even if Weissmann "plainly suppressed” evidence favorable to the defense—as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that the Enron Task Force did. Mr. Weissmann, who also serves as General Counsel to the FBI, has pitched his entire ethics defense on the claim that the Rules of Professional Conduct require prosecutors to disclose to the defense team only information that is both favorable and"material.” That may be the standard for reversing a criminal conviction under the Supreme Court’s 1963 decision inBrady v. Maryland, but the ethical rules require more.

Any notion that the Rules of Professional Conduct merely codify or mirror Brady, and do not press beyond it,would be a majorNEWS FLASHto anyone even moderately familiar with legal ethics. The text of the rule (usually aparagraphof Rule 3.8, Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor), explicitly requires prosecutors "to make timely disclosure to the defense of all evidence or information known to the prosecutor that tends to negate the guilt of the accused.” What part of "all” is confusing to the Department of Justice?

So Weissman hid exculpatory evidence. How many other such cases are there? Inquiring minds want to know.

But of course even if Jack Smith or Alvin Bragg or Big Fani get caught, it will be after the election when it will no longer matter.

The Democrats are willing to risk it.

In times past nobody tried to weaponize the law because it was a double-edged sword, easily weaponized by the enemy. Everyone understood that. But the GOOP has gone into complete surrender mode and the Democrats know they can do this and there will be limited response (if any) from  the cowards in the GOP.

Why not do it? When there is no price to be paid there is no reason not to do so.

I'm encouraged to see this, especially in  the extremely liberal state of New York.

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Arguing with Idiots; Globalism and Climate Edition

Timothy Birdnow

In an argument with a stupid liberal (but I repeat myself) he accused me of being mean and saying my attitude won't "redeem Mankind".

We were discussing my 2008 article The Right to Mobility and he just couldn't take it.

I told him if he needed a redeemer he should try Jesus and not government.

I also directed him to these words from his own side, which follow.

Paul Chevalier says:

Your coherency-challenged priggish tirades actively avoid addressing details of arguments presented, instead they deflect into comically transparent talking points and disingenuous strawman false characterizations, spiraling down into a raging hatred of the "enemy”, wandering off into nugatory non-sequiturs (Maui? seriously?)

And again, you've missed the irony of anyone reflecting hateful rhetoric back to you(aka "can dish it out but can’t take it”). What these threads expose is that your entire online persona unerringly devolves into a tiresome incessant fact-avoidant diatribe against the evil bogeyman you’ve been brainwashed to hate, the "Left". It might never dawn on you that what you’re really doing is furthering polarization, and are assuredly known to IRA as an asset that they can easily feed propaganda to via your predictable "news” sources, knowing you’ll eagerly parrot them and further their work at division and undermining of our democracy. They’d willingly pay you to do more of the same, if they aren’t already doing so.That’s about as un-American as can be.
to quote Bertrand Russell, Human Society in Ethics and Politics:
"When you hate, you generate a reciprocal hate. When individuals hate each other, the harm is finite; but when great groups of nations hate each other, the harm may be infinite and absolute. Do not fall back upon the thought that those whom you hate deserve to be hated. I do not know whether anybody deserves to be hated, but I do know that hatred of those whom we believe to be evil is not what will redeem mankind.”


This after he had attacked me, calling me a racist to one of his friends (which he posted accidentally and deleted.)

This after he said:

"Timothy Birdnow Aside from the palaverous hate-filled ramblings assembled from the talking points of worst of the worst extremist media outlets, can you explain whether your core claim of "refusing our right to drill for oil" is a patent falsehood known to you and you're just spouting it for some pathetically otiose agenda, or if you actually give credence to it out of factual ignorance. Please ponder a couple of thoughts: 1: what percentage of U.S. petroleum drilling is done on private vs public lands, and 2: How many drilling leases for public lands are currently approved for energy companies, where those companies are choosing not to exercise them? Simple facts like those (and many others) trivially neuter your simple-minded and rage-blinded meretricious blatherings"

And cautioned his friend Craig Ball:

Keeping distance is prudent. Anything suggesting more than an arm's-length association with toxic extremist persona risks jeopardizing not just clearances.

I retort:


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War Dances

Nikki Grace

What happened to Elon Musk this past week showcases how completely unhinged and dangerous U.S. policy to Ukraine has become.

The condemnation began when the Washington Post published excerpts from a new biography on Musk revealing that he turned down a Ukrainian request to help launch a major sneak attack in September 2022 on the Crimean port of Sevastopol.

There were numerous, legitimate reasons why Musk refused to activate his Starlink internet services for Ukraine to carry out the unprecedented, surprise attack on Russian naval vessels: Musk was providing terminals to Ukraine for free; he was not on a military contract at that time; the late-night request came directly from the Ukrainian—not American—govern ment; and Starlink had never been activated over Crimea because of U.S. sanctions on Russia.

Most importantly, Musk was concerned that enabling the attack could result in serious "conflict escalation". He worried that he was being asked to turn on Starlink for a "Pearl Harbor like attack" and had no wish to "proactively take part in a major act of war", possibly provoking a Russian nuclear response.

In response to this nuclear aversion, Musk was called "evil" by a high-level Ukrainian official and "traitor" by American war enthusiasts.

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September 18, 2023

Some Of The Loudest Advocated Of 'The Voice' Have Tenuous Claims Of Indigeniety

James Doogue

Thomas Mayo is just another example. Thomas Mayo, is a signatory to the Uluru Statement from the Heart, author of the Voice to Parliament Handbook and member of the government’s Referendum Working Group. Yet his mother comes from European stock and his father's great grandfather was a Philippine/Malay who 'colonised' the Toress Strait Islands in the 1800's.

But should any Australian have rights and privileges above other Australians based on hereditary status? Aren't modern democracies all around the world moving away from hereditary rights? Yet The Voice will install rights and privileges to Australians who claim to have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestry in perpetuity.

In Thomas Mayo's own words, the Voice is the first step in introducing treaties including reparations and special rights in perpetuity.

Roger Large explains to Thomas Mayo why he went from a soft YES to firm NO voter in the upcoming ferendumk.

Thomas and me — Dark Emu Exposed - And the Assault on Australian History

Tim adds:

He needs to hook up with Elizabeth Warren; they could play at being minorities together.

The reality is neither native Americans nor Australian Aborigines or Torres Islanders did anything with the land and, as in the Little Red Hen, now want to eat the goodies made by someone else, and are trying to take it through identity politics.

I agree James; this is a return to the old idea of a two-class system, only they flipped the classes, placing minorities at the top of the pyramid.

You cannot possibly justify giving such special privileges to a minority group and still maintain equality under the law. The Law is supposed to treat everyone equally and allow them to find their own level. This seeks to artificially buttress the minorities in favor of the white people - a gross civil rights violation.

If someone claims to want a fair deal in life they cannot expect to get it by cheating someone else out of a fair shake. That is what the Voice will do.

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The High Cost of Illegals

Diane Kimura

FAIR’s most recent comprehensive fiscal cost study showed that illegal aliens and their U.S.-born children impose a net annual cost of $150.6 billion per year on American taxpayers as of the beginning of 2023.

According to the previous (2017) cost study, the annual net cost of illegal migration was approximately $116 billion.[2] This means that in the short span of 5 years, the annual cost to American taxpayers has increased by nearly $35 billion.

When further adjusted for the increased illegal alien population growth demonstrated by this report, taxpayers are being set up for annual spending to the tune of $163 billion and counting. This burden will only continue to grow due to the Biden administration’ s open-borders policies.

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Iran Expels Inspectors

Lew Ricker

Who would have thought this would happen?

Iran Expels More UN Nuclear Inspectors After US Releases $6 Billion in Frozen Iranian Funds

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Green Sahara

Timothy Birdnow

So if the Sahara periodically turns green because of orbital precession, why do we dismiss such a forcing for the modest planetary warming we saw in the late 20th and early 21st centuries?

The Sahara’s Secret Past: When Deserts Turned Green


A pioneering study has unveiled new insights into the humid phases in North Africa over the last 800,000 years, explaining why the Sahara Desert periodically transformed green.

The study, recently published in the journal Nature Communications, showed periodic wet phases in the Sahara were driven by changes in Earth’s orbit around the Sun and were suppressed during the ice ages.

For the first time, climate scientists simulated the historic intervals of ‘greening’ of the Sahara, offering evidence for how the timing and intensity of these humid events were also influenced remotely by the effects of large, distant, high-latitude ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere.

Lead author Dr Edward Armstrong, a climate scientist at the University of Helsinki and the University of Bristol, said: "The cyclic transformation of the Sahara Desert into savannah and woodland ecosystems is one of the most remarkable environmental changes on the planet.


A recent study reveals that North African humid periods, when the Sahara Desert turned green, occurred due to Earth’s orbital precession around the Sun and were suppressed during ice ages. This research, utilizing a new climate model, advances the understanding of these humid periods and the significant environmental changes in the Sahara.

A pioneering study has unveiled new insights into the humid phases in North Africa over the last 800,000 years, explaining why the Sahara Desert periodically transformed green.

The study, recently published in the journal Nature Communications, showed periodic wet phases in the Sahara were driven by changes in Earth’s orbit around the Sun and were suppressed during the ice ages.

For the first time, climate scientists simulated the historic intervals of ‘greening’ of the Sahara, offering evidence for how the timing and intensity of these humid events were also influenced remotely by the effects of large, distant, high-latitude ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere.

Lead author Dr Edward Armstrong, a climate scientist at the University of Helsinki and the University of Bristol, said: "The cyclic transformation of the Sahara Desert into savannah and woodland ecosystems is one of the most remarkable environmental changes on the planet.

"Our study is one of the first climate modeling studies to simulate the African Humid Periods with comparable magnitude to what the palaeoclimate observations indicate, revealing why and when these events occurred.”

There is widespread evidence that the Sahara was periodically vegetated in the past, with the proliferation of rivers, lakes, and water-dependent animals such as hippos, before it became what is now desert. These North African Humid Periods may have been crucial in providing vegetated corridors out of Africa, allowing the dispersal of various species, including early humans, around the world.

The so-called ‘greenings’ are thought to have been driven by changes in Earth’s orbital conditions, specifically Earth’s orbital precession. Precession refers to how Earth wobbles on its axis, which influences seasonality (i.e. the seasonal contrast) over an approximate 21,000-year cycle. These changes in precession determine the amount of energy received by the Earth in different seasons, which in turn controls the strength of the African Monsoon and the spread of vegetation across this vast region.
Changes of Vegetation Between Humid and Arid Phases in North Africa

Changes of vegetation between humid and arid phases in North Africa. Vegetation zones are based on the minimum precipitation requirements of each vegetation type. Credit: Jani Närhi / University of Helsinki

A major barrier to understanding these events is that the majority of climate models have been unable to simulate the amplitude of these humid periods, so the specific mechanisms driving them have remained uncertain.


The results confirm the North African Humid Periods occurred every 21,000 years and were determined by changes in Earth’s orbital precession. This caused warmer summers in the Northern Hemisphere, which intensified the strength of the West African Monsoon system and increased Saharan precipitation, resulting in the spread of savannah-type vegetation across the desert.

The findings also show the humid periods did not occur during the ice ages when there were large glacial ice sheets covering much of the high latitudes. This is because these vast ice sheets cooled the atmosphere and suppressed the tendency for the African monsoon system to expand. This highlights a major teleconnection between these distant regions, which may have restricted the dispersal of species, including humans, out of Africa during the glacial periods of the last 800,000 years.

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Both Herodotus in 440 BC and Strabo in 23 AD discussed this greening in their writings, which suggests that there is cyclical increases in rainfall in the region.

So, warmer summers in the Northern Hemisphere led to this greening. And all without carbon dioxide. Amazing! This warming related to the Earth's orbit.

But, but,'s all industrial emissions and we're all going to DIEEEEEEE.....

BTW this directly contradicts the ridiculous claims that it is industrial emissions causing the greening in the Sahara.

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Iron in the Fire

Timothy Birdnow

Iron in the mantle may have had a profound impact on the Earth's atmosphere.

From Core to Crust: The Significance of Magma’s Oxidation in Earth’s Formation


The early Earth’s highly oxidized mantle could have led to a Venus-like surface environment. The present state of the upper mantle may have been influenced by metallic iron from materials added after Earth’s formation.

How has the atmosphere and mantle oxidation state of the Earth changed?

The connection between a planet’s interior and its surface plays a pivotal role in comprehending the formation of a planet’s surface environment. The distribution of ferrous (Fe2+) and ferric (Fe3+) iron in the mantles of rocky planets determines the oxidation state of the mantle. This, in turn, influences the composition of volcanic gases and the mantle’s capacity to store volatiles, including critical, life-essential elements like hydrogen and carbon.

Therefore, determining the distribution of Fe2+ and Fe3+ in the mantle immediately after its formation offers crucial information about the surface environment prior to life emergence and the beginnings of habitable planets.

End excerpt.

So, apparently the mantle irons out our atmospheric problems!

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How Vision Works

Timothy Birdnow

How many Aussie academics does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Biological Masterpiece – Evolution Wired Human Brains To Act Like Supercompute

"combines prior knowledge with new evidence to make intelligent guesswork." Gee; it took THREE universities to figure that out! Anybody off the street could have told them that.

In point of fact we developed computer technology to do this precisely because we instinctively understood that 's how our brains work. There was a mechanism we were trying to replicate. That we hit on the logical solution should not surprise us; it's what works in this universe.

I don't mean to be overly critical here. I know they want to actually find a way to work out the math for all this. I am pointing out that common sense - that oft-neglected and despised concept - in the end proves the rule.

BTW How can such a system evolve via random mutations? The brain architecture has to be in place for it to work in the first place.

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September 16, 2023

FBI Tampered with Background Checks to Screw Trump

Timothy Birdnow

The FBI denied Trump his chosen nominees to make him impotent and thwart the agenda of the duly elected President.

Report: The FBI Illegally Politicized Background Investigations For Republican Presidential Nominees


A recent report published by America First Legal (AFL) details how the FBI weaponized the federal background investigation process to deny Republican presidents — specifically Donald Trump — the ability to make political appointments in an "institution-wide” violation of the Privacy Act, the Paperwork Reduction Act, and other federal statutes. Institutional disregard for the FBI Manual of Investigative Operations and Guidelines (MIOG) further contributed to this.

It alleges that during the Trump administration, the FBI illegally conducted politically biased background checks to sabotage potential appointees with selectively "unsubstantiated” and "derogatory” information.

And given Mitch McConnell wouldn't recess the Senate for much of the time, keeping it offically in session so Trump couldn't make recess appointments, one must wonder if the RINO wing wasn't colluding with the FBI to stop Trump.

A free country? America is now as bad a despotate as any. Softer approach but in the end the power of the state only serves the tyrants.

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Origins of the Earth's Magnetic Field

Richard Cronin

It is known that four important non-metals reside inside the Mantle of all planets, bound to metals.

Carbon, Sulfur, Oxygen, Hydrogen.

Under the extreme heat and pressure at the Core-Mantle Boundary (2900 km down), Iron Sulfides melt, producing molten Iron for the Outer Core while the lighter Sulfur fraction percolates upward to react with oxygen furnished from the conversion of Iron Oxide into H phase Iron. Sulfur is oxidized (burned) and the entire spectrum of sulfur-based acids are formed in the Lower Mantle.

At approx. 350 km down in the Upper Mantle there are huge reservoirs of molten carbonate minerals. The sulfur-based acids percolating up from the Lower Mantle decompose the massive carbonate layers to generate immeasurable amounts of CO and CO2, vastly exceeding any human activity. Researchers from the Univ. of London have determined that a carbonate reservoir lies beneath Yellowstone that covers and area larger than Mexico and varies 25 to 70 km thick. They further estimate than if just 1% of this carbonate layer were to decompose it would be equivalent to burning 2.3 trillion barrels of oil. Mind you that Yellowstone is only one of 40 to 50 similar "hot spots” in the world. All of these described reactions are exothermic (give off heat). None of these geochemical reactions have been included in the heat balance of the Earth.

The molten Iron/Nickel Outer Core is important in providing our magnetic field. Of course, the magnetic field deflects cosmic rays and the solar wind so Earth maintains its atmosphere as well as protects life on the surface from radiation.

Scientists are a bit uncertain about when Earth’s magnetic field formed. The general "consensus” is that Earth’s magnetic field formed at least 3.5 billion years ago but some evidence provided by examination of zircon minerals from Australia place the date at 4.2 billion years, about the time that anaerobic bacteria formed around hydrothermal vents. "Black smokers” form fumaroles (chimneys) comprised of metal sulfides which are the requisite for sulfur reduction, the power source for anaerobic bacteria.

The earliest photosynthetic life, Cyanobacteria, began approx. 3.5 billion years ago. This brings us to the Faint Young Sun Paradox. At that time the Sun was only 70 % as luminous as today. The Sun didn’t achieve its current luminosity until approx. 500 million years ago. I hypothesize that the initiation of solar flares drove the change in luminosity (The Sun is basically a delayed Fissoon Boost device - a separate discussion).
The Earth should not have had liquid water on the surface 4.2 to 3.5 billion years ago. The Earth should have been covered with glaciers if all we consider is warming from solar radiation. A lot of hand-waving papers claim that CO2 caused a Green House Gas effect to warm the planet. However, the latest word from NASA (in a burst of honesty) was that the GHG effect could not have warmed Earth sufficiently.

The dense atmosphere of Venus is comprised of 95 % CO2 and remainder is almost entirely sulfuric acid which forms the all-enshrouding clouds of sulfuric acids. Venus has a much weaker magnetic field than Earth but the great atmospheric density resists the solar wind so the atmosphere is preserved. The clouds of Venus rain liquid sulfuric acid. The CO2 and sulphuric acid were formed from millions of years of intense volcanism triggered by Tidal Pumping from the Sun. Astrophysicists think that Venus could still be volcanic, but certainly diminished as it has decomposed its reserviors of carbonate minerals.

Origins of Earth’s magnetic field remain a mystery

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Paxton Acquitted

Timothy Birdnow

Ken Paxton - the conservative Texas Attorney General impeached by Democrats and RINO Republicans - has been acquitted on all charges!

The Left has no fear of breaking the codes of decency for their political advantage. So why do Republicans?

And why do RINO Republicans join with democrats?

The RINO wing is the true enemy.

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FBI Unit to Stifle Free Speech

Timothy Birdnow

The FBI has established a unit  to suppress questions about the way they are treating Hunter Biden.

They specifically mention Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans.

How is this qualitatively different from anything the Stasi or KGB did?

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Trump Spanking Biden

Timothy Birdnow

Trump's spanking Biden in battleground states.

From Daily Caller:

Former President Donald Trump appears to have an advantage against President Joe Biden in 2024 among key battleground states in the 2020 election, according to a Friday poll.

The states that had the narrowest margin of victory for either candidate last cycle were Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, with Biden winning all but North Carolina. Across those key swing states, Trump is ahead of Biden 41% to 35%, and 24% of voters remain undecided, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

Among independent voters, the former president also held a slight advantage over Biden, according to the poll. Trump received 32% support among independents compared to Biden’s 30%, and 38% were undecided. Uncertain voters favored Biden over Trump at 49%

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"Gender-Affirming" Bill Passes

Timothy Birdnow

"Affirm Kids Gender" Isn't that what they are doing when they tell a boy he's n ot a girl? They are affirming his gender. I tire of the way they twist words to promote a lie. What they mean is go along with the child's delusions.

California Passes Bill That Would Require Parents to Affirm Kid's Gender

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And Behold the Pale Horse

Jack Chen

Potential spread of a real Pestilence..

An Indian outbreak of Nipah virus, which has no cure and typically kills 40-75% of those infected is being 'closely monitored' by UK health leaders, Daily Mail reports. Here’s what we need to know..

Nipah has sparked a health crisis in southern India. Here's what we know about this deadly virus | CBC News

Tim adds:

Smallpox has a mortality rate of just 35% so this is hdeadly. It is more along the lines of Marburg - lethal.

Strange how the health Nazis don't seem to worry about such things. No doubt they'll try to bring the infected here to the U.S. as Obama did with Ebola patients during the outbreak when he was president.

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