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There’s A Lot Of, Hey, Homes Only Go Up In Value

A report from the Wichita Eagle in Kansas. “A new study identifies Wichita as one of the most rapidly cooling housing markets in the country. The median listing price for a Wichita home actually fell by 7.28% from summer 2020 to summer 2021. Wichita ranks fifth among U.S. housing markets that have cooled from the pandemic boom behind Milwaukee, Wisconsin (-17.38%), Winston-Salem, North Carolina (-12.36%), Greensboro, North Carolina (-11.76%) and Columbus, Ohio (-7.44%).”

From KHSB on Missouri. “There is still much more demand than supply in the real estate market around Kansas City, Missouri, but Tony Conant, president of the Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, believes the market is showing signs of cooling. Conant prefaces it by explaining the market is still very hot, but homes are now lasting days on the market, when earlier in the year it was hours.”

“He’s also seen fewer bidders on new listings. Possibly a sign of buyer fatigue – when buyers are tired of competing for new listings. ‘After you lose eight or 10 [bids, you start to think], ‘Maybe now is not the right time.’ I would tell you, buyers, that are out there who’ve been frustrated before, maybe take another look,’ Conant pointed out.”

From Colorado Public Radio. “Home sales in the Denver metro are slowing, giving some buyers a chance to jump into what has been a highly competitive market for more than a year. ‘Sellers have basked in the control seat for so long that it can be hard to set reasonable expectations,’ realtor Amanda Snitker wrote in the report, advising homeowners to prepare for a slower sales process.”

The Oregonian. “Owners hesitated to sell during the coronavirus pandemic. But that is changing. Sellers who waited to list their property are jumping into the market while it’s hot, bumping up inventory. Traditional home buyers who need time to go through the mortgage process can tempt sellers with a higher price, which an appraisal might not support, or get creative by promising sellers a signing bonus or charitable donation in their name.”

“But Kurt Misar, a broker with NW Property Advisors, cautions buyers against acquiring a property at an inflated price that doesn’t provide protection of owner equity if the market were to fall. ‘It can get eaten up quickly, as it was in 2006-2007, putting the home value below the bank debt,’ he said. And starting the cycle all over again.”

From The Signal in California. “‘The local home market typically starts to slow around this time of year, though these remain unusual times,’ said Nicole Stinson, chair of the Santa Clarita Valley Division Council of the SRAR. ‘We’re still seeing strong sales, many with multiple offers, yet the pace appears to be slowing slightly, even as more homes hit the market. The increase in inventory is slight and comes primarily in single-family homes, yet even a few more homes listed for sale may ease upward pressure on resales prices.'”

“While multiple offers and high prices are still the norm, Stinson noted that she’s seeing the market cool off a bit, adding, ‘We are for sure shifting from a market that just a month or two ago was crazy.'”

From News.com.au on California. “The famed Beverly House, once proclaimed as ‘the most famous mansion in the world’ has sold, well kinda, after $200 million was slashed from its asking price. Yes. Two. Hundred. Million. Dollars.”

From CBC News in Canada. “New numbers from Equifax this week confirmed what housing market watchers have known for a while now: Canadians are addicted to mortgage debt. Canadians took out 410,000 home loans in the second quarter. That’s the biggest quarterly jump on record, up 60 per cent compared to the same period a year earlier. The average price of a Canadian resale home topped $716,000 in March. While average prices have come down a little since then, they’re still well ahead of where they were before the pandemic.”

“Prices that go up forever may make homeowners sleep soundly in their heavily leveraged bedrooms, but many of those paper gains are built on a foundation of debt. There aren’t just more mortgages than ever out there — they’re also bigger than ever, too. The average new home loan was for $355,000 during the quarter, Equifax says. That’s also the highest level on record, and an increase of 20 per cent compared to where we were a year ago.”

“All in all, Canadians now owe more than $2.15 trillion in consumer debt, more than the value of Canada’s entire economy.”

“Adam Eljerbi owns a number of homes in London, Ont., half of which he bought in the past year alone. In an interview, he said he thinks buyers in some markets may be getting in over their heads because of a need to ‘keep up with the Joneses,’ as he put it. ‘There’s a lot of speculative behaviour,’ he said. ‘There’s a lot of, hey, homes only go up in value.'”

From Stoke on Trent Live in the UK. “House prices have soared as the supply has struggled to keep up wit the growing demand. But despite the lack of competition, some homes can be difficult to sell. In North Staffordshire, there are some houses that have been listed online for as long as two years. Longton three-bed – £61,000. This property was first listed on the property website in August 2019 for £77,500.”

“While many properties on this list have not budged on their price point, this one has been reduced not once, not twice, but three times. In December 2020, the price was reduced by £5,500, then by a further £2,000 in May 2021, and finally last month it was reduced by £9,000 to £61,000. That’s a price drop of £16,500 since it was first listed over two years ago. It was last sold for £62,800 in October 2017, so the sellers are facing a loss with the hefty price reduction.”

From The Age in Australia. “At almost $1.3 million, Lee Lits was expecting a lot more from the luxury apartment into which she poured her life savings. But in April, just months after moving into her new Caulfield home, the single mother of three discovered that water was regularly streaming down the insides of her windows and pooling in the carpet when it rained. It got worse: in July, she discovered that black mould was growing on the ceilings, curtains and carpets in every room.”

“‘It’s terrible living like this,’ she said. ‘I’m worried about our health.'”

A large, industrial fan has been whirring in her home all day and night in an effort to dry it out, but the problems persist. After repeatedly contacting her developer and builder, they sent out two building inspectors who concluded the mould was caused by condensation from Ms Lits not opening her windows enough. But independent mould and leak experts employed by Ms Lits believe it’s due to poor waterproofing.”

“Her situation is not unique, with more than 50 per cent of Victorian apartment owners reporting that they live in homes with building defects, according to a new survey of 3593 people by Australian Apartment Advocacy. Water penetration from outside, poor waterproofing, defective plumbing and structural cracking were among the most-common defects. The survey found that resolving these issues was complicated, time-consuming and exhausting, with just 16 per cent of recipients reporting that someone had accepted responsibility for all their defects.”

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  1. ‘Sellers have basked in the control seat for so long that it can be hard to set reasonable expectations’

    That Subaru isn’t going to pay for itself, right Amanda?

    1. When was the last time you saw a chick driving a beater? Though come to think of it, you don’t see many beaters these days period.

        1. I drive a total POS that I don’t bother locking anymore, but my daughter and wife drive reliable low mileage Honda EX-L trim level cars.

    2. “Amanda Snitker wrote in the report, advising homeowners to prepare for a slower sales process.”

      Can you imagine what it’s like reading this “report”? 🤣🤣🤣

      Not to mention taking “advisories” issued by realtors seriously.

      1. …. and if I were that misfortunate that I had to commit fraud for a living, I sure as #@$ wouldn’t put anything in writing. Even emails.

  2. ‘At almost $1.3 million, Lee Lits was expecting a lot more from the luxury apartment into which she poured her life savings. …It’s terrible living like this’

    A winnah!

    1. And it gets worse…

      Real estate debacle…single mothers affected!!!

      “But in April, just months after moving into her new Caulfield home, the single mother of three discovered that water was regularly streaming down the insides of her windows and pooling in the carpet when it rained. It got worse: in July, she discovered that black mould was growing on the ceilings, curtains and carpets in every room.”

    2. “Ms Lits does not want to identify her apartment, builder or developer because she fears it will devalue her property.”

      Yep…sell it when Spring arrives!

  3. ‘We are for sure shifting from a market that just a month or two ago was crazy’

    Gosh, I hope no one overborrowed (is that a word?) when it was crazy.

    BTW Signal staff, it’s likely she said “fer sure”. I’ve heard that many times from Californians.

    1. “Gosh, I hope no one overborrowed (is that a word?) when it was crazy.”

      No such word, no such concept. Come see me if you have any doubts, any doubts at all. Bring with you a list of marketable body parts and include a photo or two of your good-looking teen-aged daughter if you have one or – better yet! – bring with you your teen-aged daughter gerself and possibly we can work out a Back Room Special.

      1. gerself = herself.

        Gerself is not a word (yet) but I’ll be happy to declare it to be one as a bonus for you signing a few well selected papers.

      2. include a photo or two of your good-looking teen-aged daughter if you have one or – better yet! – bring with you your teen-aged daughter gerself and possibly we can work out a Back Room Special.

        A bit creepy, to be honest.

  4. ‘Prices that go up forever may make homeowners sleep soundly in their heavily leveraged bedrooms, but many of those paper gains are built on a foundation of debt. There aren’t just more mortgages than ever out there — they’re also bigger than ever, too. The average new home loan was for $355,000 during the quarter, Equifax says. That’s also the highest level on record, and an increase of 20 per cent compared to where we were a year ago’

    I’ll have some more on this tomorrow. K-dns have an economy completely based on buying and selling each other shacks. I realize that means they’re fooked, but there’s no other way it could turn out.

    ‘Adam Eljerbi owns a number of homes in London, Ont., half of which he bought in the past year alone’

    He he…

    1. “K-dns have an economy completely based on buying and selling each other shacks.”

      At ever-rising prices. This is where the money is made, how wealth is created.

      Ever-rising prices creates ever-rising equity wealth. The prices are paid for with money that one does not have, in fact this money does not even exist until it is borrowed into existence, which means the wealth does not exist until the higher price is paid using this money that is borrowed into existence.

      What could go wrong? Nothing can go wrong. Come into my bank and let us have a chat.

      1. Well, Mr Banker the demand for comedian bankers isn’t going to be that high when everything crashes in a big way. I’m just suggesting that you should save money for a rainy day, but money will buy a lot less.
        And people might want to stone Bankers when the SHTF , so I would suggest getting some guns. You know I’m just saying this because you need to beef up your running skills.

        1. I’ve always wondered why people blame bankers. I have never gotten a loan. Have no credit history. Don’t need it. Seeing a banker is their choice. Then they blame the banker because they decided to take a loan? Scapegoating.

          1. It’s more like blaming a rigged fraudulent banking and debt system. Back in the good old days when people had to qualify for loans, it was a better World. When they eliminated the Glass – Steagal Act , it just because a big Casino of fraud and debt creation, than being pawned off to the Government.
            So, while the individual is responsible for their choices, the rigged and fraudulent systems end up costing everybody in the end, even if you never took out a loan in your life.
            Just like in 1929, even people who never bought stock or engaged in speculation were wiped out of their life savings when the Banks failed because of the Great Stock Market Crash.

    2. ‘ K-dns have an economy completely based on buying and selling each other shacks.’

      lol, I remember someone once pointing out that was how alpaca farming worked too

  5. An honest realtor????

    “But Kurt Misar, a broker with NW Property Advisors, cautions buyers against acquiring a property at an inflated price that doesn’t provide protection of owner equity if the market were to fall. ‘It can get eaten up quickly, as it was in 2006-2007, putting the home value below the bank debt,’ he said. And starting the cycle all over again.”

    1. On YT there are a couple honest realtors (well, at least they say the right things – maybe they rip you off if you actually work with them!):

      Check out Scott Walters and Jason Walter. Scott is basically a bear, Jason is more balanced and uses data to come to often bearish conclusions.

      1. I would never go to a GED realtor for any market information. Ever. They are not qualified to be advising on markets. They can’t even answer a basic AMPS question. They have zero knowledge of the properties they sell except for the granite counter tops and then proceed to tell you [me] how I can live in what may be my own home. Insulting idiots.

        1. One here steers all closings to one big law firm that has a monopoly on the local market. In return the winner gets a trip to Paris. (Yuk). No title companies, vague contractual terms basically writing a blank check to the lawyers with unspecified terms of all sorts. My ex was a GS banker and caught every micro move they made.

          1. “No title companies…”

            When I bought a FSBO house the lender required a Title company to clear any unforeseen liens against the property; it’s compulsory.

  6. Or letters to feed the squirrels…

    Holy fook.

    “Traditional home buyers who need time to go through the mortgage process can tempt sellers with a higher price, which an appraisal might not support, or get creative by promising sellers a signing bonus or charitable donation in their name.”

  7. Is that alot of Canadian pesos?

    At least wages are keeping up…

    “There aren’t just more mortgages than ever out there — they’re also bigger than ever, too. The average new home loan was for $355,000 during the quarter, Equifax says. That’s also the highest level on record, and an increase of 20 per cent compared to where we were a year ago.”

  8. I know I shouldn’t worry about what other people are doing, but the apartment complex we are in is older and the units are undergoing renovations. We are in an un-remodeled unit but that didn’t stop the new management company from sending us a lease renewal offer with an increase of $250 a month. I posted about this before and we decided to move out but anyway…

    They guys that are doing the remodeling have taken over the end of the street with dumpsters and equipment. They appear to be living in one or more of the apartments since the buses are parked here overnight.

    Here’s a pic:
    https://ibb.co/4S11KQ1

    Note that I’m in SC and the bus has a TX plate. Further note that there’s only one plate between the two. Just don’t drive them both at the same time!

    I don’t have anything against the workers, and who knows maybe I’m way off base and everything is all on the up and up. But I doubt it. I think the reality is that these vehicles aren’t properly registered or insured. Most of the workers are probably here illegally and being paid under the table. I think whatever occupancy rate rules these apartments have are being knowingly violated by the owners to house the workers.

    So what’s my problem? None of my business right? Correct I guess, except I just got a $25 late fee for the registration on a 21 year old pickup that sits around doing nothing 90% of the time. As my wife said, “pay the registration on time and you won’t get a late fee”. Yup, true again. Not the point though. Why is it setup like this at all? How about you collect it all at the pump? At least that way it’s use based, can be opted out of by not driving, and me and the illegals are both paying.

    I don’t like a lot of the rules, but I go along to get along. It’s being made to feel like a sucker that really doesn’t sit well with me.

  9. Well if you boil a lot of water sometimes it will condense in a corner or on full length windows. So its a plausible answer.

    Ms Lits not opening her windows enough.

    1. Washington Post Opinion — Doctors should be allowed to give priority to vaccinated patients when resources are scarce (9/3/2021):

      “I’m going to come right out and say it: In situations where hospitals are overwhelmed and resources such as intensive care beds or ventilators are scarce, vaccinated patients should be given priority over those who have refused vaccination without a legitimate medical or religious reason …

      But the coronavirus pandemic, the development of a highly effective vaccine, and the emergence of a core of vaccine resisters along with an infectious new variant have combined to change the ethical calculus. Those who insist on refusing the vaccine for no reason are not in the same moral position of the smoker with lung cancer or the drunk driver. In situations where resources are scarce and hard choices must be made, they are not entitled to the same no-questions-asked, no-holds-barred medical care as others who behaved more responsibly …

      Vaccine resisters are different. Their refusal to take the shot doesn’t just affect their own health — it poses a known risk to the health of others, especially now, with the spread of the delta variant. To decline to be vaccinated is to fail to live up to your duty to your community. And it should mean that you forfeit — if necessary — your claim to equal medical treatment.”

      https://archive.is/hGKmK

      Globalists gonna globe.

    2. Its baffling to me how how people could want a communist style dictorship , where the concept of social justice is everyone is the same.

      First, it wouldn’t be very creative, really boring . Everybody walking around being collectively the same, as if that wouldn’t be torture to the human spirit.
      Its a ideology of turning people into slave like drones rather than individuals acting in their own interest and pursuit of happiness. The Dictorship makes your choice for you, and you just obey .

      But , if you have been brainwashed into the idea that social justice means everyone should be collectively the same and get the same, and think the same , than your a coward who thinks Big Brother is going to make you safe as a drone like slave.
      The last two years has been a good preview into how it would be like to be under a communist style Dictorship by Monopolies and psychopaths. Line up for your shot and don’t ask questions because your doing it for the col!active.

      A bunch of fetus like babies who don’t want to fly , but be stuck in group think slavery.

      1. They really do. My Reddit comments the other day on /r/TheHandmaidsTale/ re censorship and my surprise at their support of banning /r/NoNewNormal testifies to it. They banned me this morning, petty tyrants that they are; I’m devastated 🤣

  10. “A new study identifies Wichita as one of the most rapidly cooling housing markets in the country. The median listing price for a Wichita home actually fell by 7.28% from summer 2020 to summer 2021.

    B…b…but I thought it was different this time.

  11. When globalist propaganda mouthpieces start spewing “opinion” articles on how to go about disarming free people, rest assured, globalist Quslings like the Biden regime already have their marching orders. Reminder: the 2nd Amendment is the cornerstone for the Constitution & Bill of Rights; disarm the populace, and the Democrat-Bolsheviks are free to take their tyrannical control freak impulses and globalist agendas to Soviet-like extremes.

    How to Persuade Americans to Give Up Their Guns

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/10/responsible-gun-ownership-is-a-lie/619811/

    When the coronavirus pandemic struck last year, people throughout the developed world raced to buy toilet paper, bottled water, yeast for baking bread, and other basic necessities. Americans also stocked up on guns. They bought more than 23 million firearms in 2020, up 65 percent from 2019. First-time gun purchases were notably high. The surge has not abated in 2021. In January, Americans bought 4.3 million guns, a monthly record.

  12. Wa? If Israel had a “hugely successful vaccine roll-out,” why is it now dealing with a new wave of COVID-19 infections? One of these things is not like the other (per The Narrative).

    Israel is planning to administer FOURTH Covid shot which could be adjusted to fight new variants as country battles wave of infections despite hugely successful vaccine roll-out

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9959811/Israel-planning-administer-FOURTH-Covid-vaccine-adjusted-fight-new-variants.html

    Israel is set to begin preparations to administer fourth doses of the coronavirusvaccines as the country deals with soaring cases despite its trail-blazing roll-out of jabs.

    The country’s national coronavirus czar Salman Zarka said the country needs to prepare for a fourth injection, which could be modified to better protect against new variants of the virus.

    1. Oh, stop it with the “waa”s and the faked surprised pikachu faces already. We’ve always known that the vaccines would need to be tweaked for variants.* The scientists are trying to hit a moving target with crooked arrows that begin to disintegrate 3/4 of the way to the target. And they they have to immunize an ENTIRE population, of all ages, at the same time. There is no way the scientists could have done this 100% perfectly right on the first try. You may as well ask Wilbur and Orville to build a Concorde.

      Three years from now, I think we’re going to have this all figured out. My guess is we’ll have a single shot with a single booster after six months, and it will cover the final variants.

      And if you’re in the mood to count shots and boosters, go take a look at the CDC’s childhood immunization schedule and count how many shots your kids need to build immunity, even after decades of vaccine research. Hint: polio needs FOUR shots.

      ———-
      *actually I predict that the next generation vaccine is going to be designed not for a specific variant, but for a mix of the specific surviving beneficial (to the virus) mutations.

      1. I predict that there will be no next generation of vaccines. The fraudsters and gangsters of the vaccine scam are going to get exposed for their crimes against humanity for killer cures that are worse than the disease.

        1. no next generation of vaccines

          I’ve wondered about that. The immunity for natural COVID infection is presumably better and longer-lasting) than any vaccine, and kids are very well equipped to handle a natural COVID infection when they are young. So it’s not outlandish to theorize that the best course of action could eventually NO action; that is, to allow kids to be naturally infected and develop immunity at a COVID party and therefore not be in danger as an adult. Of course, this would be years down the road, because all the adults still need to work through this virus over the next few years, and we would have to confirm that the virus doesn’t come back later in life, like chicken pox re-emerging as shingles.

          1. Talk about delusion… You’re yapping about chicken-pox parties. Lol, clownish. According to the WHO (June 2020 update), if I don’t have the vaxx for chicken-pox then I don’t have ‘natural immunity’, regardless of the fact that I had it when I was 7. Your incessant need to defend whatever these things are is getting old.

            -Freddy

          2. According to the WHO (June 2020 update), if I don’t have the vaxx for chicken-pox then I don’t have ‘natural immunity’,

            This is news to me. I had chicken pox twice, thanks. I needed two mild cases of pox to get the immunity that I don’t have, I guess. I guess they’re pushing the chicken pox vax now?

            And I’m not having a “delusion.” I am theorizing on what might be an eventual best option.

          3. “We’ve always known that the vaccines would need to be tweaked for variants.*”

            What in the flying F are you talking about???

            Is that just like “we’ve always known” that face masks didn’t really provide protection in a pandemic until Fauci and Walensky said they did? And then, “we’ve always known” 2 masks worn at the same time provided much more protection, especially for those poor kids playing outside?? Oh, and “we’ve always known” that there is no damn thing as herd immunity unless your “vaccinated”, right? I mean the WHO wouldn’t change the definition in the midst of a pandemic just for $hits and giggles would they? Oh, and “we’ve always known” that “vaccines” provide immunity right?? Walensky TOLD US THAT! Ask Israel how that’s going.

      2. Three years from now, I think we’re going to have this all figured out.

        Welcome to “two weeks to flatten the curve.”

  13. If prices are going up forever that doesn’t explain my Redfin daily reductions-only filter results email, which I carefully tuned and set up last December and was dead silent until July. Now it triggers almost daily with 1-5 properties (Folsom, CA). Of these, most are NOT the usual $1-$5K “hey we’re still here” reduction bumps, but are $20 – $40K deductions.

    It’s tunnel vision this early (bulls cry “seasonal!”), but these emails make me think the crash is actually already underway.

    If you haven’t yet set up a daily email like this for your market with one of the sites, I would encourage you to do so, it should be quite entertaining.

  14. Enjoying my second year of not watching the messaging the Globalists put out through the Social Justice Warriors who play, broadcast and advertise in and on College Football games. It has been much easier to quit than it was to quit smoking Marlboros 6 years ago or drinking alcohol 32 years ago along with the various casual drugs that went along with it in the late 70s to early 80s.

    Instead of watching whatever protests on the field and the We’re all in this together get your jab commercials more than likely in between the mixed race couple selling their used car https://youtu.be/qZStx2R6ZHA or a Warren Buffet owned Geico, “Clogging Problem” commercial
    https://youtu.be/W4mRFIHPBWE I have detailed my 2020 Chevy RST (not the the 2003 F -250 it’s allowed to live here for what it can haul not how it looks) got a workout in, completed half of the continuing education online course I am required to take every 2 years to keep my construction license and I am about to go cut the front lawn (had to fire my lawn hombre who showed up half the time or less but expected to be paid as if he showed up every week)

    I look forward to what I will accomplish next weekend when for the second year in a row, I don’t watch the NFL.

  15. ‘I’m not going to go on debunking the narrative. The point is, the facts are all available. Not from “conspiracy theorist” websites. From mainstream outlets and medical experts. From the Center for F*cking Disease Control.’

    ‘Which does not matter in the least, not to the members of the Covidian Cult. Facts do not matter to totalitarians and cult members. What matters is loyalty to the cult or the party.’

    ‘Which means we have a serious problem, those of us to whom facts still matter, and who have been trying to use them to convince the Covidian cultists that they are wrong about the virus … for going on eight months at this point.’

    ‘While it is crucial to continue reporting the facts and sharing them with as many people as possible — which is becoming increasingly difficult due to the censorship of alternative and social media — it is important to accept what we are up against. What we are up against is not a misunderstanding or a rational argument over scientific facts. It is a fanatical ideological movement. A global totalitarian movement … the first of its kind in human history.’

    https://consentfactory.org/2020/10/13/the-covidian-cult/

    Hear this, globalist scum, the day of the rope is approaching.

    1. All over CT this weekend there are signs at business entrances (big signs) saying masks are “mandatory by government order.” That’s code language to me that calls for blatant and overt non-compliance. I walked in 5 national chains with no mask and barely 5 of 10 patrons were wearing any and nobody said a thing. They may have at one point and were told go to #@$ themselves and gave up.

      Stay non-compliant.

      1. You would think that a state like Nevada (Battle Born! Rebels!) would resist. They probably are resisting outside of Vegas. Here everyone is masked. Maybe not on the Strip (haven’t been over there in a long time.) I was admonished at Trader Joe’s only five minutes in.

        Nothing’s been said to my daughter at MGM (deadline was the 31st.) If she doesn’t comply, last day of work will be Oct. 15. She still won’t discuss it, aggravating me and lousing up the atmosphere at home.

        1. Relocated to Reno at Easter 2020, right at the start of the Plandemic. The goobernator of this state sux Donkey B–ls. Whatever Gruesome Newsom pulls in Cali, this bonehead wants to follow right along. Can’t wait to get outta here. Kinda like being in East Lake Tahoe.

          BTW, i am one of the very few unmasked patrons in our TJ’s, but haven’t had any problems. My beaming smile, and pleasant demeanor always elicit a pleasant exchange with the cashiers. Who are some of the nicest folks around.

          1. goobernator of this state sux
            Lots of hate here for him, but they do obey. They even wear masks outdoors which must be a hell of a thing when it’s 110°.

  16. But in April, just months after moving into her new Caulfield home, the single mother of three discovered that water was regularly streaming down the insides of her windows and pooling in the carpet when it rained. It got worse: in July, she discovered that black mould was growing on the ceilings, curtains and carpets in every room.”

    No sympathy for the single mother of any number, especially with multiple fathers. Don’t try to burden me emotionally or financially with your bad choices.

    1. Australians get ripped off on depreciating assets just like they do here in the US.

      the poor donks….. The poor poor donks.

    2. “No sympathy for the single mother of any number, especially with multiple fathers. Don’t try to burden me emotionally or financially with your bad choices.”

      +1 I agree.

    3. No sympathy for the single mother of any number, especially with multiple fathers. Don’t try to burden me emotionally or financially with your bad choices.

      Amen.

    1. In this opinion piece:
      1. Malone outright lies about what Tedros and the WHO said.
      2. Malone lies again about how for every COVID death reported on VAERS, there are 10 — or 100, depending on how hormonal you feel that day — deaths that weren’t noticed or reported.
      3. Malone falls into doomsday talk that this virus could mutate into a superbug that could bring about the end of the human race. Right, a virus with a 99%+ survival rate and a finite number of mutations is going to evolve into one with a 0% survival rate? Even the plagues and the Ice Ages didn’t kill us off, this won’t either.
      4. Malone can’t resist reciting (again) that he invented nRNA technology, while in the next breath he hates on his own vaccine for its failing in Israel.
      5. Then he REALLY can’t resist mentioning (again) that he has been considered* for that coveted Nobel prize.

      I’ve had it with Robert Malone.

      ————
      *”Oh mighty Nobel committee, *I* invented this great vaccine 💉💉💉 … however this great vaccine of mine really shouldn’t be used because it might cause a variant which ends of the human race 😮😧😱… oh and don’t forget that this vaccine failed miserably in Israel 🕍 … but *I* still invented it, you know… Oh and don’t forget that I’m being considered for a Nobel prize for this advanced new vaccine of mine .. however, I do HUMBLY 😊 realize that I may have given up my chance at a prize 😥😥😥 because I have the courage to speak out against my own advanced invention.”

      🙄

      Tedros quote: https://www.newsweek.com/who-director-criticizes-vaccine-nationalism-again-asks-countries-forgo-booster-shots-1622063

      1. 1. Malone outright lies about what Tedros and the WHO said.

        i don’t trust that this is true. i’ve seen too much lying by the MSM to trust anything they say.

        2. Malone lies again about how for every COVID death reported on VAERS, there are 10 — or 100, depending on how hormonal you feel that day — deaths that weren’t noticed or reported.

        so you’re saying that just about every death is being accurately reported?

        3. Malone falls into doomsday talk that this virus could mutate into a superbug that could bring about the end of the human race. Right, a virus with a 99%+ survival rate and a finite number of mutations is going to evolve into one with a 0% survival rate?

        he didn’t say “0% survival rate”, you did. but if a sufficient number of people are killed off, there won’t be enough left for humanity to survive. we supposedly came close to extinction during the last ice age. ending humanity wouldn’t depend on a 0% survival rate for a virus.

        4. Malone can’t resist reciting (again) that he invented nRNA technology,

        he has an ego, so what? the guy in japan discovered it and campell and malone helped develop it. seems like you’re raging over minutia.

        while in the next breath he hates on his own vaccine for its failing in Israel.

        again, i don’t trust your interpretation of events. but even if you’re right, why shouldn’t he ‘hate’ that his vaccine didn’t work as expected?

        5. Then he REALLY can’t resist mentioning (again) that he has been considered* for that coveted Nobel prize.

        if only obama had only been considered* for that nobel prize.

        i know you’re not jealous, but you sound a little like it.

        I’ve had it with Robert Malone

        i doubt if you’ve swayed many against him.

        1. 1. Here is the actual quote from Tedros (link above, and I’m sure it’s on video):

          The virus will get the chance to circulate in countries with low vaccination coverage, and the Delta variant could evolve to become more virulent, and at the same time more potent variants could also emerge,

          Malone’s editorial clearly conveys that Tedros is concerned that over-vaccination could cause the rise of variants. Tedros himself clearly says that lack of vaccination could cause the rise of variants. Malone is putting the opposite words into Tedros’s mouth in order to imply that Tedros and the WHO agree with him. It’s a lie.

          2. VAERS is self-reported and not vetted. And then magnified by 100 by the anti-vaxxers.

          3. OK, so let’s say it’s 0.5% survival rate. That still leaves 5 million people in the US and Europe, plus another 10+ million in India and China. That’s still a lot of people. It needs to be much closer to 0%.

          4. Malone’s ego is leading him to lie like a rug. And since Malone is conveniently leaving out the minutia — you know, little things like … he’s not the sole inventor of the mRNA tech even though he fails to mention that when he’s shilling for that Nobel — I thought it deserved a comment. I didn’t say “rage,” you did.

          As for hating on the vaccine, Malone himself writes: that “additional jabs every four to six months. This is effectively a medical version of Russian roulette.” I don’t know what your interpretation is, but calling a vaccine Russian Roulette sounds like hating on. Malone wants it both ways. He wants credit for inventing the vaccine, but he’s downplaying the blame for when his invention fails.

          5. Obama didn’t breathe “Nobel” in every damn article and appearance on bitchute. In fact Obama had no idea.

          I’m refuting for the lurkers. How any are there?

          1. I’d love your take on the PCR test and it’s inability to distiguish between the cold, flu and ‘Covid’.

            How about it’s 90% false positive rate?

            Even Fauci knows it’s a fraud.

            Crickets.

    2. “And here’s the worst-case – but by no means low probability – scenario: By vaccinating the entire population of the country (and world) with spike protein, you risk developing a “super virus” capable of evading globally harmonized immunity and putting everyone back at high risk yet again.”

      Gotta love the Stones.

      Georgia Guidestones
      Elberton, Georgia

      IN JUNE OF 1979, A man going by the pseudonym of R.C. Christian approached the Elberton Granite Finishing Company with the task of building a monument. He said that no one was to ever know his true identity or that of the group that he was representing. He seemed to have an endless supply of money to fund the project and by the terms of the legal contract all plans had to be destroyed after completion and all information about him withheld from the public.

      In 1980, the stones were finished. They carry a tablet in front proclaiming, “Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason.” Engraved in the stones are ten guidelines meant to re-establish the planet and society, perhaps after an apocalypse. They are written in eight different languages, English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian, and among other commandments preach to:

      – Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

      – Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.

      – Balance personal rights with social duties.

      – Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature.

      https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/georgia-guidestones

  17. The globalists and their media shills are apoplectic with rage at seeing someone of Tucker Carlson’s stature call them out on their schemes to alter the demographics & voting patterns of the red states.

    CNN’s Jim Acosta slams ‘human manure spreader’ Tucker Carlson for ‘race baiting conspiracy theory’ after Fox host claimed Biden is flooding swing states with Afghan refugees to win future elections

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9959899/CNNs-Jim-Acosta-slams-human-manure-spreader-Tucker-Carlson.html

    CNN anchor Jim Acosta blasted Fox News rival Tucker Carlson as a ‘human manure spreader’ for floating a ‘race baiting conspiracy theory’ that the Biden administration was relocating Afghan refugees in swing states in order to help Democrats win future elections.

    ‘Over on Fox, human manure spreader Tucker Carlson has floated yet another race baiting conspiracy theory that tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are being sent over to this country in order to change the outcome of elections,’ Acosta, who was CNN’s chief White House correspondent during the Trump administration, said on Saturday.

    1. I know I’m on the right board when someone posts a video from my favorite viking.

      Youtube ‘Angry Prepper’ for more fun.

  18. $695,000 4 bd 2,621 sqft
    608 Country Club Dr, Kingman, AZ 86401

    Date Event Price
    9/4/2021 Price change $695,000 (-9.7%) $265/sqft
    7/31/2021 Price change $770,000 (-4.9%) $294/sqft
    7/17/2021 Price change $810,000 (-1.8%) $309/sqft
    6/27/2021 Listed for sale $825,000 (+1550%) $315/sqft
    11/1/2002 Sold $50,000 $19/sqft

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/608-Country-Club-Dr-Kingman-AZ-86401/64952493_zpid/

    And the punch line:

    Zestimate: $764,100

    Look at the Zestimate history chart. Somebody is smoking artificial intelligence crack.

    1. Original owner could have made the payments by walking a few dogs and mowing some lawns. What was I thinking, working so hard in high stress jobs and living in expensive areas all these years? Stupid.

      1. “…working so hard in high stress jobs and living in expensive areas…”

        Don’t forget the daily traffic! 🙂

  19. 1976 Swine Flu Scandal: The CDC’s History of Lying About Vaccine Dangers and Effectiveness

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/1976-swine-flu-scandal-the-cdcs-history-of-lying-about-vaccine-dangers-and-effectiveness/

    Back before Big Pharma had total control of the corporate media, there were a few examples of investigative reporting that exposed the corruption in U.S. vaccination programs.

    This is a report done by Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes in 1979 about the rushed-to-market Swine Flu vaccine of 1976, and shows how the CDC cannot be trusted for truthful vaccine information.

    They lied to the American people, resulting in hundreds of people suffering from neurological disorders like Guillain–Barré syndrome who tried to sue the government for damages. More people died from the vaccine than from the Swine Flu. The vaccine was pulled from the market.

    Not only did the CDC approve this vaccine without even valid testing proving that the Swine Flu existed, they ran media campaigns claiming many famous people took the shot.

    1. My experience with the federal government is that they’re a diversity employer, the last resort for the dysfunctional who are poorly organized and struggle daily with avoidable crises. Not sure if this applies to the CDC types?

    2. Right, Mary Tyler Moore was one of the TV stars they hired to push the vaccine st the time.
      At least back in those days they took the vaccine off the market when the adverse effects started adding up..

      1. One of the jobs I had as a “yout” was at an adv/mktg agency. One time I had to call celebrities to ask if we could use their likeness on POS materials, brochures, ads for Pfizer. They weren’t curious about what the drug was, only how much it paid. A famous couple I talked to was quite nasty. Also, it’s not a good idea to ask what day a former President is available for shooting.

  20. Just saying that Dr. Malone has said that safety is the first priority when it comes to vaccines. Just because he was involved with the gene therapy technology doesn’t mean he endorsed vaccines being put out under emergency use in which short and long term safety testing was skipped. He has made this point over and over again.
    He took the vaccine when it first came out, but now he is totally against the vaccines.
    So, I think it takes some COURAGE to go against the industry he built his whole career on and tell the truth.
    They are extorting Drs that don’t support the Fauci/CNN narrative.
    After it went viral that Joe Rogan was treated with ivermectin and was cured within a couple of days, fake news went into action to discredit this effective drug.
    They put out bogus articles that a Hospital had a bunch of overdose cases of Ivermectin, that was totally false and they haven’t retracted the fraud. They put out fake news that Ivermectin is a horse de- wormer and not for humans. This fake news is in spite of fact that for 50 years this drug has been FDA approved for humans , and commonly used in many Countries, and its safe and effective.
    I think Ivermectin is turning out to be a superstar of medications in Covid treatment. They are saying it shrinks tumors also., and it only cost 10 dollars for a percription.
    Also , 10 Countries have now rejected the vaccination of Children under 16 , as well as the booster shot, but the US isn’t going to report this news, or talk about the protests taking place in Europe.
    But , I think the Fake and fraudulent news , and the outrageous threat of job loss , or the bribery that is done , is just off the charts evil, because this fraud is killing people .

    1. but now he is totally against the vaccines

      He’s not. He believes in targeted use of them in the most vulnerable populations but understands why others are totally against them. Watch the Bannons War Room piece.

  21. I meant that he was against mass vaccination of every age group.
    Dr. Malone seems pretty authentic in his statements for me.
    By the way RR, I hope you and your family are doing ok.

    1. Hubby lost his senses of smell and taste; he’s really bummed about it. Son goes back to school tomorrow. I’m still coughing.

        1. In February 2020, I had a cough at least for a month. I’m only on Day 12 of COVID. Nothing can be as bad as having pneumonia in law school in Boston in February while taking Uniform Commercial Code.

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