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Wow, you got 13 Likes?!

You're so influential.

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Hey Mark. Go fuck yourself.

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I mean what’s the point of such a comment really if I am so uninfluential.

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I’d just like to note that currently both Sasha Latypova and Frances Leader are both trolling the comments ↴ but that both have also banned me from their pages so as I am not able to do the same on their pages. If you want free speech in the future well I figure you should be able to see that both have played their hand and it’s one of restricted speech, effectively no speech, rather than free speech. Both despoil the Western tradition of that (even if that itself is not as it should be).

Communists in other words.

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yup, you can't write stuff on my page. How very sad.

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Yep as I said, communist. How very sad.

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I’m going to throw something else into the mix. There is no Sasha Latypova. AI or fake identity?

My reasons are that she is proving very resistant to a search on beenverified.com

So is Len Zheleznyak (business partner) & Mikael Totterman (husband)

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No, Len Zheleznyak is an employee. A young PhD. It's hilarious how you get your panties in a twist over Len.

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LOL. Have you told Mikael about this?

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I know projection when I see it, Sasha….

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Well that's strange - I just clicked on your beenverified.com link above & I'm blocked.

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Are you using a VPN?

It blocked me quite often. Also if you’re not on a US IP you may find it difficult.

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I had been wondering if her copious paintings were AI…..

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People who bought my original paintings know that they are not AI. Don't you think they would have complained about that? Lol, you are a hilarious idiot.

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i said that I was wondering if they were. As there were a lot of them. I even figured on you being AI at one stage and have not completely ruled that out. Might be a part of what is going on. A 2000 word essay takes many hours of work. And I havn’t checked your output but Paul Alexander puts out too many posts per day for them to be all his work.

My wife, more into art than I am, figures that your... paintings are quite good by the way. Who may I ask is Tatyana Latypova who has a similar style of art, relation?

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Prodigious output whilst dealing with everyday life is sure to put one far to the right of the bell curve. I'm seeing lots of red and orange flags, but now that your archaeological diggings have uncovered a membership list...hrrrrm. Why would SL squabble with Desmet over an article [suicidal society] that isn't expressing new ideas (congruent sentiments were expressed in the 30s, and even 19th century)?? Aren't these doctorate level academics? yet some of the exchanges resemble childish outbursts.

It does start to look like a coordinated Emotional Sink. And one wonders whether "Brownstone" is less about construction materials and more like some scatological in-joke.

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good. you should see more flags. may I suggest yellow ochre and alizarin crimson?

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I guess you and Frances have worked out how much fluoride is actually in the water here. And how mineral deficient the soils are. NZ is not the paradise it pretends to be. It's safer to drink imported canned beer. ;-)

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Yet you’ve decided to hang out here in the same place that Fast Eddy recently hung up on, migrating to your home country. The big one is overdue by the way, it will likely flatten Queenstown.

Anyway my fight is not with you, I even agree with you about minerals, fluoride and maybe even the canned beer.

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who is Frances?

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Frances Leader, who is also on the receiving end of Richard's investigative obsessions. I'm hoping Richard will take a break, smoke a lot of weed, and read Umberto Eco's "Foucault's Pendulum". It's a marvellous literary cure for paranoia.

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May 8·edited May 8Author

To give more detail there is only one Len Zheleznyak coming up and he’s the guy at Google. There is no Len Zheleznyak coming up in Rochestor.

In regards to Mikael Totterman there is one coming up in Rochester at a different address but he is also only 22yo. There are no other instances of that name in the US.

Regarding Sasha there are no Sasha or Alexandra Latypovas coming up anywhere in the US.

There are probably a few likely explanations, I’ve given out two possible ones, AI or fake. The other possibility is that all their names have been scrubbed from such databases. Why though?

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May 9·edited May 9Author

After a bit more investigation I’m not sure why they’re resistant to these searches. But maybe it’s down to fake addresses rather than fake names. Home is the Napa Valley and not Rochester or Stateline, Nevada.

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I am glad that stupid trolls like you can't find information about me or my family, because I protect my privacy for this specific reason.

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I’m not a troll, Sasha. I see that Fast Eddy was on to you in 2022. I regret that he beat me to it.

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Also only one Len Zheleznyak I’ll remind you. And he’s a Google engineer living in Colorado. Who’s the fascimile that you have with you?

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Ranches = vineyards in Makael speak. LOL.

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We have both, a vineyard and a ranch. They are in different states. LMAO.

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Trolling the planet pays well I guess.

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

I got a similar vibe on reaching the end of Stakeholder Communism. Says all the right things for an hour then bam, “here are the dodgy heroes who are going to put it all right” and they’re straight out of Gatekeeper Central Casting.

https://uncut.substack.com/p/we-are-more-than-a-third-into-a-10?utm_medium=ios

What has happened in my world that I can recognise so many names on such a list, wonder about many who are not, know their schtick and instantly perceive them as likely net positives or net negatives in my kids’ futures, yet hadn’t heard of them ever in my life until 5 minutes ago? This is not heuristics, this is primal instinct, fight or flight, defend the realm, surthrival (sic) law of the jungle levels of scanning.

Denis Rancourt, please don’t be one of the psychotic snakes in the grass. I recently said you might be our greatest living scientist. What a twat that makes me if you’re actually Donald Sutherland at the end of Bodysnatchers.

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May 7Liked by Richard Seager

I think you'll find that Sasha Latypova is firmly in the no-virus camp.

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

I know she's in the no-vax camp but she has said as late as last year that "If you don't believe in viruses I feel sorry for you."

So.. Brownstone, whatevs. Wasn't aware she was involved. Good to know.

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You'll need to provide me with some evidence on that one. On the other hand, I think I need to shut the fuck up for good. I've been struggling for a while with my cognitive function, especially when I need to address complex arguments, and my memory is no longer what it once was. Still, I'm pretty sure I remember her saying more than once that no virus had ever been isolated.

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

I haven't engaged on her page properly for a while but there are always commentators arguing against the virus. I think for those on the inside of medicine it's just too much to accept.

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

No time, but I feel your pain.

Seven second video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgpka7Vfi5s

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Christine Massey on the topic.

https://christinemasseyfois.substack.com/p/virus-questions-sasha-latypova-hop

Maybe Sasha is just dumb.

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Or maybe Christine is psycho? IDK. So many questions....

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

I'll need to have a second, closer read of it later. It's been one of those days. I just had my breakfast at 6.30 pm. And I'm now going to make my lunch at 9.08 pm.

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Februrary this year

https://substack.com/@sashalatypova/note/c-49539081

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She appears to be confirming my point. She supports the attack on establishment virology.

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May 8·edited May 8Author

Here’s an outline of her views on it from Christine Massey’s fluoride site. Seems to be wanting to save viruses tbh.

https://www.fluoridefreepeel.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Sasha-Latypova-PACKAGE-2023-03-24.pdf

That rather famous Lenin quote paraphrased ‘if you want to control the opposition then you should be the opposition’ Anybody know if Sam & Mark Bailey are Bolshevik Party members?

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May 13·edited May 18Liked by Richard Seager

Thanks for sending me all that. It certainly looks, as you say, like she's lacking consistency. Reflecting on it, I'm inclined to think that maybe her position on C-19 is that the 'virus' scare is a scam, while her larger view is that viruses are real, though I'm not fully convinced I've got it right.

I'd certainly like to see a head-to-head debate between Massey et al and some of the leading proponents of virology. The insight that no virus has ever been isolated is compelling enough to warrant one. However, science can be a tricky business. No-one has ever seen a black hole, not even through a telescope, yet compelling inferences can be made that black holes do exist. Perhaps the same is true for viruses.

As a fully paid-up member of the 'scamdemic' club I'd like to mention an experience I had in September 2022. One day, I stopped to talk to my neighbour. She excitedly told me that she had finally caught the covid virus, which she had been trying to do for a while. It had been test-confirmed and she was pleased she would now have natural immunity. In response, I ran past her the usual doubts and caveats of everything she had just told me. Three days later (the standard incubation period), to my complete surprise I came down with a cold. I hadn't had one for years, and believed my supplement regimen had kept me safe from infection.

My cold happened during the reign of the Omicron variant, which was apparently a highly contagious variant. It must have been because I wasn't standing particularly close to her. Omicron was also said to be a very mild virus. This appeared to be true in my case. Most of the usual cold symptoms were present, but it was really a nothingburger infection, with the symptoms abating in a few days. However, for the next three months I felt unusually fatigued. Was this the dreaded long covid? Twenty months later, my neighbour still has this fatigue and has reported no diminution in its intensity.

A little while ago el gato malo had a post about the underlying cause of the Spanish flu (I'd like to link it but I can't find it). egm believed the underlying cause was excessive aspirin intake. It certainly sounded plausible, and I've no objection to the idea that explanations of pandemics other than viruses may well be correct, at least in some cases, and who knows how many more. And Sasha may be right about the idea of beneficial viruses, if she'd only supply us with at least some inferential evidence. Maybe she has. I just haven't seen it.

Just recently I noted that Mike Yeadon said he'd delved into the virus question and now concluded they don't exist.

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Thanks for the clarification.

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On occasion she looks as if she is, as does Paul Alexander, but I dunno they both seem to be holding out. I definitely did not deserve the reaction that I received to my questioning of her in my last post. What she most definitely is, is a snob.

I’m tired of the gaslighting of anybody ‘no virus’ by that crowd. The overton window seems to allow only a few commentators in the space. I’d like to bust that open.

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I was too kind to you, asshole.

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May 8Liked by Richard Seager

Interesting about Gato Malo. Wasn't sure what was going on there.

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See my comment just above which mentions el gato malo in the last paragraph.

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The Spanish Flu was experiments on soldiers. More died that way than in battle which probably suited Fauci, whoever he was at the time, to a tee. In Europe those soldiers were tired, sick and underfed. In the US they were more harshly experimented on. Fauci himself did a paper on it back in 2008 or so and found no evidence of viruses and put the deaths down to pneumonia. Horses were experimented on as well with a complete failure to spread a disease from one horse, or human, to the other.

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May 18Liked by Richard Seager

I've finally found that el gato malo post. My memory was that the entire post was dedicated to the Spanish flu, but it doesn't look like it. The part about it starts under the photo of the squirrel. egm discounts the virus theory because the high death toll would mean that a virus acted in an evolutionary maladaptive way. The rapid onset of death and lung autopsy also discounts pneumonia. egm fingers the widespread enthusiasm for prescribing the new drug, aspirin, in what would be considered toxic megadoses today.

A look on the internet shows papers in medical journals also advancing the aspirin explanation.

It's no surprise to hear you say that even Fauci couldn't find any evidence back in 2008 to support a virus theory for the Spanish flu. As far as I can make out, everything Fauci said about viruses and immunology during the current scamdemic is contradicted by what he said on video or in print before it.

That book written by his co-conspirator, Deborah Birx, and which disappeared pretty much as soon as it was published, also revealed how they got together and simply pulled bullshit out of their arses to feed to the lamestream media. What a bunch of coprophiliacs!

https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/the-greatest-lie-told-during-covid?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

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Amazing that he can get most of that right except for "we know covid was circulating in late 2019. i’m pretty sure i had it in early dec of that year.”. Sure you did El Gato.

Sweden was also relatively sane during the pandemic but the thing was that their London School of Tropical Medicine (the root of all the problems) guy, Anders Tegnell, was telling the jabbers that Swedes could be trusted to get jabbed because they had a strong belief in their government. As the Pandemic was about the jab rather than the other way around then effectively not pissing the Swedes off was the policy to make sure that they got jabbed. And they did.

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And viruses were called germs at the time. The Spanish Flu dominated headlines in late 1918 and into 1919 and then disappeared from media for many years afterwards. You will find only a few stories on it from 1920 to 1930s and later (papers past is a good source, especially Dr Ladislau D’etre (to be or not to be?)

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/PBH19200510.2.59.5?query=spanish+flu+budapest&snippet=true

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May 7Liked by Richard Seager

that's Toby Rogers, the Chicago doctor (Feb. 2024): "...Last week I traveled to Connecticut to participate in a four-day writers’ retreat hosted by Jeffrey Tucker and the Brownstone Institute....." - https://tobyrogers.substack.com/p/the-economic-crisis-we-face

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Strange then that the photo is of the guy who did his PhD in Sydney and is allegedly trained in economics ratther than medicine. But Toby doesn’t currently interest me so much at the moment, maybe that might change.

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I wrote one article for Brownstone: https://brownstone.org/articles/the-covid-chaos-in-russia/

I think it's pretty good, actually.

I also regularly refer to Covid as "a positive PCR test"

When have I ever supported the Wuhan stuff? Please cite.

Please tell me what I've done wrong!!!!11111111

Thanks,

Riley

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Riley, the bunch of morons on this page does not deserve to be taken seriously. I am your fan.

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It looks ok Riley and has a 2021 date on it.

What I see though, above, is an attempt to mold the agenda to one where viruses are not challenged. Which leaves us with pandemics and vaccines.

I’ll remove your name from the introduction.

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