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Reader Board owner 04/30/2018 (Mon) 23:01 Id: 3aeba1 [Preview] No. 8261 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Get your archives here

Primary archive, much better organized: https://archive.fo/https://endchan.xyz/news/*

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Donate by BitCoin: 18SMo6egCSLEpCDqiW8vJQmwiM5uTxwHH8

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Reader 03/22/2023 (Wed) 14:38 Id: df02b1 [Preview] No.20341 del
MOD: what I would highly recommend doing is locking this place down when you are away at work: allowing no one to post. In the early mornings you can moderate the board for a couple hours, or whatever spare time you have, allowing a window of time for people to post some news and comments, while getting rid of any garbage spam, and then lock up the entire board again when logging off. You could name the times it will not be locked down and supervised here. I know this is frustrating but this is what that evil bastard does, he ruins everything for everyone on purpose and worse he finds it funny.

Reader 03/22/2023 (Wed) 15:30 Id: 54233a [Preview] No.20347 del
He can't destroy anything with his minor repetitive pestering. I've seen it all before. I've dealt with it all before and I've come across worse. Everyone here with a sane mind sees he's full of shit. I'm not giving him that kind of win by locking the entire board.

Reader 03/22/2023 (Wed) 16:37 Id: ab1cf6 [Preview] No.20387 del
Yah, I get why it would be a loss if it were to be locked most of the day. Perhaps you could just stickie some of the most recent news and rotate in time? He'd likely spam those news threads but easy enough to remove his spam plus it's evident why he targets these kinds of b-o-a-r-d-s: too much truth to be seen. Almost guarantee he is on a payroll from some agency to do what he does all day.

Reader Board owner 03/22/2023 (Wed) 21:53 Id: 54233a [Preview] No.20420 del
I have an office with a laptop during downtime but also random stretches of busy hours. During those hours today, Johnny jew's pestering was removed thanks to an Admin I probably shouldn't mention by username to keep his name out of the hate spam. It's a good idea to tick the 'Global' choice in reports for when I can't be here.

Reader 03/25/2023 (Sat) 16:03 Id: f966ee [Preview] No.20444 del
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Dude it's fine. Don't give him any attention, report his spam and forget it

LMAO did WE personally do something to this guy? Why's he posting so often? He seems like the type of guy that most people like to avoid irl.

Also, someone just posted some stupid shit right now, if the Johnny Neptune is a fag's around to delete.

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Reader 03/25/2023 (Sat) 23:08 Id: f3ae19 [Preview] No. 20446 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

He also doesn't seem to realize I regularly post all of my pertinent personal information online, just to prove but none of you has the knowledge or testicles required to do anything with it.

Reader 03/26/2023 (Sun) 00:38 Id: 285ef1 [Preview] No.20447 del
Nobody gives a shit about you you boring attention whoring retard

CANT EVEN DOX... UNEMPLOYED O.P. HAS NO GIRLGRIEND Reader 03/25/2023 (Sat) 14:05 Id: 18ba3f [Preview] No. 20429 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Andrew Lawrence McGovern (Johnny Neptune)

632 Arlington Pl

Huber, GA 31201

(478) 342-1536


Wendy Brown

1042 Shadow Ln

Nashville, TN 37206

(740) 685-8465

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Reader 03/25/2023 (Sat) 22:56 Id: 7c510e [Preview] No.20445 del
When you post garbage like a crazy person ... YOU WIN!!!
For some reason.

Essays On Population Reader 03/23/2023 (Thu) 18:40 Id: 676542 [Preview] No. 20426 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The pain of advancing age really sucks.

Japan life expectancy is 85, which is the only thing staving off their Population Collapse. Worldwide, more adult diapers are made than infant diapers. I've known since I was a kid, growing up reading Thomas Malthus and being in societies that had policies severely limiting the amount of children one could have, that the Boomers Are Wrong about Overpopulation. We are heading for a MASSIVE POPULATION COLLAPSE in the next 20 years. We better pray for AI to be benevolent and create robots to take care of our old asses because not enough young people will exist to enslave themselves to taking care of the elderly. We gotta fix the minds of young people too. They're insane from listening to confused Elite Boomers who actually think there's an "overpopulation problem" and that all "Humans Are bad, mmmkay?" They're completely wrong and stuck in an old paradigm.

I have 2 videos to support my claim:

First of all, many young people in Western countries are confused about their Identity, and many are unable to recognize Objective TRUTH.

Case In Point: https://bitchute.com/video/-Mu6rABgK9A/

And yes, AI is a huge threat to humanity and survival of the species. But Population Collapse is too; and unless we do something about it, WE ARE DOOMED.

Watch Elon Musk explain it: https://bitchute.com/video/07bX0esL5Jw4/

'Woke' Corporations, and Western Governments controlled by the Globalist Elite, keep pushing the idea that humans are bad for the environment, when it is THEM Polluting the Planet with their policies and Corporate Industrial Practices. Yes, we need change, and we need to Pollute Less, however...

> For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?

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I'll Just Leave This Here...


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This a Top/Down Enforced Religious Ideology related to Transexualism & Transhumanism.

Here's a VERY Interesting Monologue...


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Federal Reserve To Print Another $2 Trillion To Bailout Corrupt Insolvent Stooges, Further Devaluing Dollar Reader 03/17/2023 (Fri) 18:14 Id: 722db9 [Preview] No. 20096 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Federal Reserve To Print Another $2 Trillion To Bailout Corrupt Insolvent Stooges, Further Devaluing Dollar

RELATED: >>>/news/20020

To save the criminal bankers, the private Federal Reserve is expected to inject another $2 trillion into the United States banking system, which is certain to trigger hyperinflation.

Strategists at JPMorgan Chase, one of America’s kingpin banks, have been discussing what the Fed’s new “emergency” lending program will entail now that Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and numerous other lenders have gone under.

Called the Bank Term Funding Program, this emergency mechanism is designed to sweep under the rug all the financial corruption that got us into this mess in the first place, punishing the common man with even higher inflation and a lower standard of living.

“The usage of the Fed’s Bank Term Funding Program is likely to be big,” JPMorgan strategists wrote in a client note on Wednesday.

The reason why these JPMorgan analysts are throwing out the $2 trillion figure is because that is the maximum usage amount that was established – at least until the powers that be decide to up it even more, much like they do to the debt ceiling every time it is reached.

Currently, the U.S. banking system as a whole is said to hold reserves of around $3 trillion, most of which is held by the largest banks. Smaller banks, many of them in even worse shape than the big guys, are the likeliest candidates to take advantage of the Bank Term Funding Program.

SVB was considered a mid-sized bank, as were the other banks we were told about that collapsed around the same time. SVB took a $1.8 billion loss on a forced $21 billion bond liquidation, which prompted the now-failed bank to ask for $2.25 billion in new capital to fill the gap.

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Reader 03/23/2023 (Thu) 12:59 Id: f74070 [Preview] No.20425 del
This picture is not such correct as presented, to mah opinion. Though there was some circulation of paper money much earlier, but they were representing some weight of metals. "Empty" money was appeared much later, in the beginning of 20 century (afaik). Previous forms were particulary binded to some metal mass. Despite this the comparsion was presented as for the "same money forms" all along.

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Rely On Medicare? Be Ready To Be CUT OFF Thanks To AI Technocracy Reader 03/22/2023 (Wed) 17:57 Id: 35339e [Preview] No. 20391 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Rely On Medicare? Be Ready To Be CUT OFF Thanks To AI Technocracy

No longer are actual human doctors making personalized decisions in patient care for elderly people on Medicare. Instead, artificial intelligence (AI) roJohnny Neptune is a fagts are deciding who lives and who dies: https://www.statnews.com/2023/03/13/medicare-advantage-plans-denial-artificial-intelligence/

The inevitable outcome of Barack Hussein Obama’s infamous death panels, AI-driven medicine is fast becoming the norm, not only for seniors but for everyone. If you are on Medicare, beware: things are getting uglier by the day in terms of being an absolute Orwellian nightmare.

Take the case of Frances Walter, an 85-year-old Wisconsin woman with a shattered left shoulder and a respiratory condition who was forced out of her nursing home by an AI algorithm that decided she only needed to stay there for 16.6 days. On day 17, her Medicare Advantage insurer, Security Health Plan, cut off payment for her care in accordance with the algorithm, even though she was not yet healed.

Walter was forced to return home to her apartment where she lives alone – this despite medical notes dating back to June 2019 that show Walter’s pain was extreme, and she could no longer dress herself, go to the bathroom, or even push a walker without assistance.

It would take more than a year for a federal judge to fix the nightmare that the AI robots who decided Walter’s fate made. That judge ruled that Security Health Plan’s decision to obey the algorithm and cut off Walter’s coverage was “at best, speculative.”

Long story short, it was determined that Walter was owed thousands of dollars more for the care she received. And in pursuing retribution for it, she had to spend down her life savings and enroll in Medicaid just to be able to progress to the point of putting on her shoes, or getting her arm in a sling.

A STAT investigation found that while health insurance companies have been rejecting medical claims since the time when they were first concocted, the advent of AI-driven medicine has sent these denials to new heights, particularly under Medicare Advantage, which is funded by taxpayers (traditional Medicare is different).

“Behind the scenes, insurers are using unregulated predictive algorithms, under the guise of scientific rigor, to pinpoint the precise moment when they can plausibly cut off payment for an elderly patient’s treatment,” STAT reported. “The denials that follow are setting off heated disputes between doctors and insurers, often delaying treatment of seriously ill patients who are neither aware of the algorithms, nor able to question their calculations.”

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Reader 03/23/2023 (Thu) 03:03 Id: 41decf [Preview] No.20424 del
In case anyone's wondering why the signature at the bottom, I had to edit out something. OP probably knows why.

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Germany Braces For Major Strikes While France Burns With Protests Reader 03/22/2023 (Wed) 14:30 Id: 1f32dd [Preview] No. 20340 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Germany Braces For Major Strikes While France Burns With Protests

The "winter of discontent" that has been sweeping across Europe has now escalated into a "spring of discontent," with strikes and protests set to spread from France, Greece, and other surrounding countries to Germany.

According to Reuters, Germany's Verdi union and the railway and transport union EVG are preparing to unleash paralyzing strikes on the country's airports and railways next Monday.

Verdi is negotiating for 2.5 million public sector workers, including ones at airports and other public transport hubs. The union has demanded higher wages due to persistent inflation pressures. EVG is negotiating for 230,000 employees at railway company Deutsche Bahn and bus companies.

Meanwhile, a recession looms for Europe's largest economy, which finds itself in the midst of an inflationary crisis. After experiencing a 0.4% GDP contraction in the fourth quarter of 2022, it's anticipated that the economy will once again contract in the first quarter.

"German economic activity will probably fall again in the current quarter," the Bundesbank said. "However, the decline is likely to be less than in the final quarter of 2022."

Two consecutive quarters of negative growth indicate recession and come as inflation weighs heavily on consumption. The combination of the two crushes living standards and is sparking a wave of discontent.

While Germany braces for strikes and protests next week, France, Europe's third-largest economy, is already burning as President Emmanuel Macron rammed through unpopular pension reform.

With growing instability in Western nations and the threat of a broadening banking crisis, the primary concern is whether NATO is adequately equipped to handle future conflicts.

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Systemic Insolvency: Sweden's Biggest Pension Fund Loses Billions On Busted US Banks Reader 03/21/2023 (Tue) 19:44 Id: d5cb07 [Preview] No. 20316 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Systemic Insolvency: Sweden's Biggest Pension Fund Loses Billions On Busted US Banks

Yesterday's (50%) collapse in First Republic Bank shares was - in a word - 'surprising' given all the positive 'rescue' chatter and upbeat overall market sentiment post-CS 'rescue'. US Regional banks broadly speaking were having a good day, but FRC was clubbed like a baby seal despite headlines proclaiming no lessor mortal than Jamie Dimon himself was on the case to rescue the community bank.

Well, we may now know why the selling pressure was so strong as Bloomberg reports that Alecta, Swedens largest pension fund, has lost billions in the recent bank busts and started to abandon its large position in FRC last week.

“The uncertainty about First Republic’s future was too great, partly due to the fact that the lender was downgraded to junk status,” Billing said in emailed comments, after Bloomberg News obtained a copy of a written response by Alecta to the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.

Alecta said its total invested capital in First Republic stood at 9.7 billion kronor “before a sale on March 15.”

The Swedish fund had been buying First Republic shares since 2019, making it the bank’s fifth biggest shareholder.

The fund is reportedly facing losses of almost $2 billion as a result of a failed investment strategy that made it one of the biggest shareholders in two collapsed US banks and another that’s been caught up in the crisis (expected losses of 8.9 billion kronor and 3.2 billion kronor in Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, respectively).

The scale of the losses has become clearer after the private pension group sold all of its First Republic Bank stake at a loss of 7.5 billion kronor ($728 million), according to Chief Executive Officer Magnus Billing.

“Obviously it’s a big failure for us as an investor,” Billing said last week.

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Take A Backseat USD, Putin and Jinping Announce Yuan For Global Trade Reader 03/21/2023 (Tue) 19:04 Id: 4d3d60 [Preview] No. 20315 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Take A Backseat USD, Putin and Jinping Announce Yuan For Global Trade

In a ceremony at the Kremlin, and on the second day of Chinese leader's Xi Jinping's visit, Putin and Xi kicked off formal talks which will focus on the Ukraine crisis. They shook hands and stood side by side as their respective national anthems played, aired on state television. Following the meeting, they held a joint press conference, to be followed by a state dinner at the Kremlin.

Last night's greeting and starting 'informal' talks lasted about 4-and-a-half hours. In addition to Ukraine being high on the agenda for the ongoing summit, Xi outlined in initial comments Tuesday that China wishes to expand cooperation with Russia on trade, and hopes that Russia promotes liberalization, facilitation of trade and investment, alongside both sides maintaining security and stability of industrial and supply chains. Importantly, Xi invited Putin to travel to China at some point this year. Putin showed willingness on these points, also stressing that Russia stands ready to meet China's growing energy needs.

Putin also said his country stands ready to support Chinese business replacing Western companies inside Russia that left in the wake of the Ukraine war. "We are ready to support Chinese business in replacing Western enterprises that left Russia," Putin said.

But among the most important statements to come out of the day's formal China-Russia summit and press conference was concerning the further erasing of dollar-reliance in favor of the yuan. Putin said, "We support the use of Chinese yuan in payments between Russia and countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America," and further expressed confidence that such "forms of payments will be developed between Russian partners and their colleagues in third countries." Further:

"National currencies are more and more actively used" in the bilateral trade and two thirds of the trade turnover between Russia and China are already "made in rubles and yuan," Putin noted.

"This practice should be encouraged further" and mutual presence of financial and banking institutions on Russian and Chinese markets should be expanded, he added.

Additionally, Russia is not alone. The Iraqi central bank announced Wednesday that, for the first time, it plans to allow trade from China to be settled directly in yuan instead of the US dollar to improve access to foreign currency.

At the very moment that Xi and Putin wrapped up their meeting and transitioned to their televised joint press conference, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made a significant allegation, picking up on prior assertions from Washington.

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Biden Regime To Bailout Corrupt Clot Shot Pharma Firms Next Reader 03/21/2023 (Tue) 18:30 Id: 1f3d9e [Preview] No. 20314 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Biden Regime To Bailout Corrupt Clot Shot Pharma Firms Next

American taxpayers were already [forced to give] Moderna $10 billion for its coronavirus vaccine. If the Biden administration gets its wish, that tab could soon grow.

In a court filing last month, Department of Injustice lawyers offered to "relieve" Moderna of any liability it faces from a lawsuit that accuses the drug company of failing to pay licensing fees for technology it used to develop its vaccine during "Operation Warp Speed." Moderna has argued that the federal government should be on the hook for any legal settlement because of a stipulation in its contract that protects the company from patent litigation. The government had stayed silent on the matter until last month, when Injustice Department lawyers said that any liability that Moderna faces should "transfer" to the United States government, citing a World War I-era law that protects federal contractors from patent disputes.

While the judge handling the case recently denied the request, Moderna and the federal government could appeal the decision and put taxpayers on the hook for any legal payout. Genevant, one of the companies that sued Moderna, has already accused the drug maker of "trying to shift responsibility for its patent infringement to the U.S. taxpayer."

The government’s offer to bail out Moderna will likely not sit well with the American public or with senators when they grill Moderna’s CEO at a hearing on Wednesday. The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee invited Stéphane Bancel to testify about the company’s plans to quadruple the price of its deadly coronavirus "vaccine".

This furthermore proves America is no longer a capitalist nation, as capitalist nations tend to allow failures and bankruptcies of insolvent corrupt entities.