"We are weathering a great storm presently, in one of the most acute situations which your planet has ever encountered, and if this is something you cannot see, then maybe you have been concentrating on your work “below decks”. There is no possibility of “jumping ship”, because this will involve certain death. Contemplate how you fit into the global crew, and whether you are playing a valuable part in this community which is going through a very dangerous phase. Your integrity is required, your creative energy is required, your courage and compassion are required. Investigate your lives and assess whether you are in the right position, or whether there is any way in which you can improve to assist “plain sailing”" (MORE INSIDE)
Since the bill usurps states' rights to determine their own election laws, constitutional scholars believe it would not get past the courts. If this bill becomes law and the courts do allow it, it would not only mean election reform but also an altering of the nation's identity as a federation of states with independent internal affairs. Paul Murano
Ever since Covid-19 made landfall in January of 2020, America's 664 billionaires saw their collective worth explode to $4.2 trillion, a staggering 44 percent increase from just one year earlier. If ever there was a media story worth pursuing this was it. After all, that historic money grab was fueled by millions of hardworking Americans suddenly being ordered to shelter in place as their small businesses went up in proverbial flames. At the same time, monster companies like Amazon, WalMart and Louis Vuitton, ranked "essential" and apparently impervious to pandemic, happily filled the void. Instead of providing a critical assessment of that corporate takeover, the media ran defense for the robber barons, indulging the CEOs as though they were Roman emperors returning home in triumph from military plunder abroad. US News & World Report, for example, apparently confusing the outbreak of a deadly disease with a sporting event, called guys like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates "the biggest winners of the coronavirus pandemic." So much for critical journalism. Robert Bridge
She also related a similar story regarding a JAMA study which she personally examined and characterized as "complete garbage," to the extent that it had "almost like shaken me to my core" that such a piece of work could be published in a credible medical journal. Getting to the bottom of the cause of this, Gold observed "when you look into it more deeply it turns out," that "really the only advertisers" for such medical journals, "are pharmaceutical companies." Thus, these journals must "bow" to the desires of these big pharma corporations. She made reference to a video of the former health minister of France, Philippe Douste-Blazy, who revealed on a French news program that he was present at a meeting where the heads of at least two of the most prestigious medical journals in the world, The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine, "admitted that they have to do what the pharmaceutical companies say." Patrick Delaney
State governors, not Federal authorities, have legal control over public health emergencies. Stay-at-home orders were issued by nearly all state governors. Republican governors were slower to adopt stay-at-home orders, if they did so at all, while Democrat governors issued stay-at-home orders of long duration. Political party affiliation was shown to be the most important predictor of state mandates to wear face masks. ....... In the end, political operatives needed deaths to frighten the public into acceptance of these draconian measures. Without scrutiny by the nation's politically slanted news press, fear of death spread rapidly. Reports of shipping containers in hospital parking lots filled with dead bodies that could not be accommodated in hospital morgues was one fear-mongering publicity stunt. Bill Sardi
Daily Beast reporter Spencer Ackerman, joked that the plane isn't really a failure since "It very successfully transfers hundreds of billions of dollars of your money to defense contractors." Congress approved the purchase of 93 of the fighters, at $100 million or so on average, in the 2021 Pentagon funding bill. ......... The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter was supposed to be that "something" all along. Lockheed Martin originally promised a single platform that could replace all other aircraft in US service, with shared parts making production cheaper and maintenance easier. Instead, the F-35 ended up split into three distinct variants, all of which are experiencing chronic performance issues - and a price tag to make even the Pentagon blush. R.T.
"We are a nation of immigrants and there are wonderful people who come here and come here legally. There's a right way to come," the Texas senator said. "But today's Democratic Party has been radicalized where they're you know, they're not even willing to enforce the law against violent criminals who are committing horrific crimes." Wendell Husebo
If there seems to be a confusion or complexity in the writing that was not there before, it is because we are striving to come upon the boundary line where words fail. Heh heh... I can see it now, a river of words coming to the brink and then falling away into boundless space. Words are what we have, but there would be no words without thoughts, and there would be no thoughts worth having without inspiration, and there would be no inspiration without the angels of God, and there would be no angels without God, who orchestrated this entire drama for his entertainment. It is a fine thing when one is able to entertain God, who spends all his time watching and simply being, while we act as expressions of his thought in living articulation. Les Visible
Ron: The operation using COVID-19 as cover must eliminate the satanic ritual abuse, torture, muder and cannabilism of children and adults. This planet and her inhabitants cannot survive this demonic situation any longer.
What does it mean if President Trump has a communication platform that rivals, even exceeds Facebook, Twitter, and the rest ? What does it mean instantly to have a fired-up following of 80 million people with one mind ? Well, let's leave that for another post, but it ain't good news for Mitch McConnell or Ben Sasse. There's something happening here, and it feels like good news. The Big Tech, Swamp Dweller, RINO crowd have fired every weapon they have. Other than clear election fraud to elect a person in early-stage dementia, they have little to show for it. It's our turn. Jay Valentine
Still, I can't shake the feeling that perhaps we've reached a crossroad, maybe gone past it. That digital addiction has become the real lockdown, hiding in plain sight, weaponized on behalf of the ruling class. And as I stated in the beginning, their agenda relies heavily on pumping up the drug. So, might our ultimate liberation depend on getting unplugged, or at least moving in that direction ? Extreme measures that lead us back to community and to love ? David Perez