Jason Robo 
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Thought-provoking #standup #comedian laughterrorist, DJ @KMUD Comedy for a Change, not-so-trivial trivia host, #firespinner non-agro #vegan in #HumboldtCounty. Humboldt State University graduate. strictlyrevolutionary.com facebook.com/jasonrobocomic IG:strictlyrevolutionary Twitter:@strictlyrebel

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Re: “Public Health Confirms Nine New COVID-19 Cases, Matching Single Day High

If we are gonna actually do prevention work we need to ban factory farming. Dr Michael Greger's new book, "How to Survive a Pandemic" chronicles the history of animal domestication as the source of most infectious human disease. In the past 50 years factory farming has created a new era of the evolution of threats to life as we know it. A presentation from 2008 on YouTube is prophetic:

Pandemic Prevention | Infectious, Diseases, Aids, Influenza, Coronavirus
https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Whether COVID-19 came from a lab or not it is manmade and our food system is virtually a bioweapon lab. Combined with antibiotic use, 80% used for livestock, we are creating super bugs and unnaturally fatal viruses etc. Also deforestion brings these pathogens in proximity to bats which can jump species to us easier through factory farms.

Deforestation is leading to more infectious diseases in humans (NatGeo)

https://www.nationalgeograp...

Michael Osterholm, 45 yr veteran epidemiologist was warning us also for over ten years in his book "Deadliest Enemy" and our preparedness is worse than it was then. Do some research and lets get to the root of these issues otherwise something far more fatal can decimate the human population. Then it is likely nuclear power plants will meltdown and then we're really screwed. The big picture isn't pretty but shouldn't be ignored. I think we should ban factory farming here, the importation of those products as well. Vaccines take a while to develop, if ever, and won't save us if 1/3-2/3 of people are hemorrhaging blood out their orifices like the 1918 pandemic. "The Great Influenza" is a great book BTW, for decades they had no clue what happened, and they still don't.

Posted by Jason Robo on 06/25/2020 at 3:05 PM

Re: “Face Coverings Now Mandated in California

45 yr veteran epidemiologist Michael Osterholm breaks down the protocol of cloth masks having scarcely any science behind effectiveness, 3% in one study. This weekly podcast Osterholm Update is science based and nonpoliticized. Our ineptitude to have n95 masks stockpiled and ramped up in production flies in the face of his recommendations from over a decade ago. His book "Deadliest Enemy" breaks down various threats of infectious diseases and a scenario w/ influenza is pretty spot on. Osterholm says he only wears masks due to shame culture. Study shows in 7400 instances only 1 case of open air transmission. Anyways learn the science, the failures of the system, and stop infighting, otherwise we won't stop the root causes which are factory farming, antibiotic use, and deforestation. I can source all of this too. Osterholm has various NYT opeds that are better fact checked than their journalism.
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/covid-19/podcas…

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Posted by Jason Robo on 06/25/2020 at 3:02 PM

Re: “APD Chief Releases Statement on Budget Cuts, Calls for Reform and Policing

I suggest the book "The End of Policing" (available on Audible and Kindle) since the statement says to educate yourself. I assume this sentiment would be against the grain in the spirit of his form of education. Like when people insist you vote, then get pissed you don't vote they way they want you to. The history of policing is tied with KKK and racism. Here are some podcasts and news coverage video links.

16 mindblowing facts about the police:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vweMc91ra-…

Behind the Police: The History of American Police and the Ku Klux Klan
https://player.fm/series/behind-the-bastar…

The podcast Behind the Bastards linked here has a whole series on policing.

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Posted by Jason Robo on 06/24/2020 at 3:13 PM

Re: “Free COVID Testing Site in McKinleyville on June 29

Michael Osterholm, veteran epidemiologist and author of Deadliest Enemy, has a great podcast on the complications of testing. This doesn't say if it is PCR or another type of test. The weekly podcast Osterholm Update covers a lot of angles on the pandemic weekly, science based, not speculative or political. Check it out, great info.
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/covid-19/podcas…

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Posted by Jason Robo on 06/24/2020 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Corona Gardens are the New Victory Garden

This is a great DIY movement since our supply chains are nonsense and fragile. We have the ability to provide for ourselves potentially as a bioregion and this pandemic presents the opportunity and motivation to make this a reality.

Posted by Jason Robo on 06/24/2020 at 2:53 PM

Re: “Nine COVID-19 Myths

Pandemics are emerging from the factory farm systems cramming sometimes hundreds of thousands of animals in areas covered in feces, blood, and treated with antibiotics. Read Dr. Greger's How to Survive a Pandemic, new book with Coronavirus info to sterilize, how effective masks are etc and lots of history contained in this presentation. He is a funny guy, does a lot of wordplay and jokes. Also Deforestation worsens things: Deforestation is leading to more infectious diseases in humans (NatGeo)
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science…

2008: Dr. Michael Greger on Pandemic Prevention | Infectious Diseases, Aids, Influenza, Coronavirus
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G20cooZOiY…

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Posted by Jason Robo on 06/24/2020 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe Donates Sheets, Pillows to Shelters

Humboldt County Emergency Operations Center director said in a Facebook post. “We are thankful to have the Tribe as a partner who always puts the community first.”

Funny since they are trying to open up

Posted by Jason Robo on 05/15/2020 at 1:37 PM

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