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As a fed, an IG once told me there are three kinds of whistle blowers. The first, and most believable, is anonymous and provides documentation. The next is someone who has to testify. The IG said no matter how clean and exemplary their background they will be attacked and discredited. The third is one who claims to be a whistleblower but has a troubled work history: whether they speak truth or not, they are tainted with the possibility they are just trying to save their jobs.

I whistle blew twice, anonymously with documentation. There was an angry attempt in one instance to find out who did it, and it was terrifying as he stormed in demanding to know if I “did it.” I lied and played dumb. I can't imagine the horror of being treated as these medical whistle blowers have been by so many actors along with the physical damage done to them. I reject the notion whistleblowing is in the “genes,” however. As the concerns stated in the article by pharma companies, there is every reason for a person gaslighted and damaged to go on the warpath speaking truth.

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I am really glad you shared this. I am going to pin your comment, and I'm guessing you can really relate to the talk about whistleblowers I shared.

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Thanks for all the hard work on your end. Read this article today on my spring break. I’m actively being sued by the ACLU here in Arkansas for treating inmates for Covid and was investigated by the state medical board for eight months before getting cleared. At our large county jail we have treated over two thousand cases with zero deaths and only a single two day hospitalization of an inmate. We’ve treated over twelve thousand cases at my clinics with 27 known deaths. Looking for someone to help share our story to add to the true Covid narrative that is trying to be birthed.

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Dr Karas, I am aghast that the ACLU is suing you! There was no concrete similarity between your actions in dispensing helpful medications, and the actions of the experimenters at Tuskeege; they both involved secrecy, theirs to hide wrongdoing, and yours, to hide correct medical practice, using something to save lives.

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Here in AL prisons, the inoculation was given without proper consent to any prisoner who wanted to be in the work release program. Those poor guys. “Horrible” just doesn’t cover it. (I’m not sure if all Prison population had to take it, or just the work release guys.)

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Mar 14, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Thank you for that post on your experience and IG advice. I dealt with an IG just once years ago as a federal program officer when it became clear that a grantee employee had committed a small fraud. The Principal Investigator alerted me immediately upon discovery, as an employee got overwhelmed and made up a few data forms to complete the work. The IG was very reasonable and it was negotiated how the research site would go back and gather new data without grant funds to make amends. I am charmed now by how seriously this matter was taken on all sides, the integrity of the PI, and full effort made to keep the study pristine over a handful of data forms falsified--compare that to the scale of the fraud of pharma and the indifference of the federal government currently. Where are the IG's now by the way?

Agree that anonymity with good data and documentation focuses attention on the complaint and not the whistleblower. A group should get together and write a book as a manual and guide to whistle blowing--do's and don'ts and lessons learned, getting commentary from famous ones and perhaps from reporters dealing with anonymous sources who would give advice. We live in a world where rules, traditions and their respect and enforcement have been upended, and effective and orderly whistle blowing will become a more important tool for keeping society safe and civilized.

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Mar 14, 2023·edited Aug 22, 2023

I applaud you for taking the law seriously.

In one instance of lawbreaking I sent info to the IG, and the response and correction were swift. But in the case of the person trying to find who "did it," I sent a copy to the congresssional committee overseeing the agency. He was charged by the agency to write internal procedures on a recent law, which he was doing in a manner to abrogate the law. Several of us were asked in strict confidence to review it. (When the committee got it, they called and carved him and the agency a new one).

What many people don't know is that when a law is passed, agencies typically have to issue regulations which have public comment. But agencies also have to create internal procedures that typically won't see the light of day. Thinking about most of the whistle blowing going on lately, much has been about leaked internal procedures.

There are many more whistle blowers than the public thinks. A lot of what reporters and congress "discover" is really from whistle blowers when you stop and think about what you're hearing in the news. Of course, as you say, there has to be someone interested in the information, so a whistle blower needs to consider recipients who will have some sort of stake in the matter.

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This is exactly the problem that animated Justice Amy Coney Barrett, to push her colleagues to grant certiorari in the Loper Bright Enterprises case. Agency officials have too much discretion to modify the effect of a law by the regulations they write. If enough of them gang up, they can block a law from ever taking effect. The pinch point at which this happens, is that the agency officials will claim the law is ambiguous on some point, then "fill in" the alleged ambiguity with a regulatory "interpretation". One public interest group, DownsizeDC.org, actually proposed that all federal regulations be returned to Congress for a yea-or-nay vote before taking effect, in a proposal they call the Write The Laws Act. The Loper complaint proposes a less-drastic remedy: If litigation results from a regulation, courts should be free to review the legality of the regulation. De novo review of regulations has gotten more difficult since the 1975 ruling in NRDC v Chevron and corruption in regulatory agencies, with former regulators retiring to become K Street lobbyists for the corporations they recently regulated, becoming a disturbing conflict of interest. Commissioned officers of the armed forces must stay retired for five years before campaigning for federal elective office, but lobbyists have no such limit. So I hope SCOTUS put on their thinking caps and put some more room for judicial review of regulations in the case law. When an honest whistleblower gets treated like a traitor, his boss is thinking of himself as a king and not a public servant. We can't have that. Thank you, Mouzer, for cat-scratching the bum.

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Interesting, maybe it would work. Clearly this country is no longer of, by, and for the people.

My understanding is congress can review regulations under the Congressional Review Act of 1996 but there are so many regs they don't bother unless it hit the news or there is a lot of pushback. That plus congress often deliberately makes vague laws precisely so they can blame the agencies for doing exactly what congress often really wanted but didn't want their constituents to know their real stand. There is a lot of game playing going on.

Most of congressional time is spend fund raising, which is why their work week is so short. Staff does most of the work. If I could make only one change, I think I would have an amendment that permitted citizens to vote, perhaps annually or twice a year, to veto laws. Some studies show only about 1/5 of laws passed are wanted by citizens. I'm sure there would be difficulties with that approach, but I like the idea of more direct involvement of citizens. We had a structure closer to the people for senators through the state legislatures until the 17th amendment. Now Senators can shuck and jive for 5 of 6 years as most of what they do is forgotten.

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Interpretation, rule-making, enforcement standards are all ways to skirt the intent of the law. The bigger government gets with more laws the more opportunities for endless workarounds. Would love to have known more colleagues like you Mouzer while in government, it was a lonely place in some respects despite being around people constantly.

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So true. I wish I had known you, and who knows, maybe I did, 😊

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Crossed paths perhaps!

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I just ran across this reading a news article: "Empower Oversight Whistleblowers & Research (EMPOWR) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization dedicated to enhancing independent oversight of government and corporate wrongdoing. EMPOWR works to help insiders document and report corruption to the proper authorities while also seeking to hold authorities accountable to act on those report"

https://empowr.us/mission/

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Interesting as a resource. Would be curious to know more of their track record. Some of it would be confidential. So many of these nonprofits are the opposite of what they claim to be, would be cautious. The educational portion of their mission should be made general and anonymously. But in today's world this firm should be brimming with clients and landmark cases. Where are all the whistle blowers as Steve Kirsch keeps asking?

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Mar 18, 2023·edited Mar 18, 2023

I heard about them on Just The News. They seemed legit from this article. https://justthenews.com/accountability/watchdogs/watchdog-asks-doj-ig-clarify-plans-fbi-whistleblower-interview

IMO an effective whistle blower needs two things: 1) proof of wrongdoing/crime and 2) a party who has a stake in going after that wrongdoing. If both are not there, it all dies and can even blow back on the whistleblower.

For me, the IG was concerned with a law already broken, while the committee had a stake in a law they created and got passed. As no law had been broken yet, I could not have sent the one about procedures to the IG. In both cases, I had documents that let me remain anonymous and knew the parties would have interest.

My observation is law enforcement, reporters, and those damaged by wrongdoing (such as withholding Brady evidence) are the interested parties who might act on the information to get it righted.

For vaccine injuries or other misdeeds, to whom would you blow the whistle? Steve Kirsch got some data from an anonymous whistle blower, as I recall, last month or so. It was an amazing thing, but I don't recall it went anywhere other than this community of doctors and interested public. Steve has been effective also about pilots, but that result has been offset by the ESG hiring argument.

When I look at the man who was bragging about gain of function outed by Project Veritas, his abject terror finding out he was filmed shows the danger he clearly knew he was in. If you haven't seen it, I recommend it. IMO that is what many whistleblowers in pharma expect.

A potential whistleblower has to balance the risk of danger with the probability of results. It is unclear to me at this time anything other than a blip in the news has happened to pharma about the gain of function. And a blip in the news is far more than we see for most.

It is one reason I see no real point in Kirsch sending all these letters to parties like the head of FDA who have no interest in engaging, correcting or admitting anything. Nor do I see congress having interest in pharma misdeeds as most of them have received contributions. The sorts of lawsuits that have been going on from states and other groups have been far more successful.

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@Mouzer: Steve Kirsch just wrote another article, this time on flu vaccine and its under reported dangers, also citing an anonymous HHS employee who gave him the needed data to complete the analysis.

https://open.substack.com/pub/stevekirsch/p/the-flu-vaccine-is-too-deadly-to?r=c8vqx&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

The Project Veritas story is becoming intensely complicated as, by some accounts, such as with the deep dive independent journalist investigator George Webb has taken. It now appears Jordon Walker played a pre-planned and specified role of terrified employee set to be discovered. That is why the whole performance is so bizarre and overplayed. It was meant to be dramatic and showy. Walker was apparently a non completer of a medical school residency and wholly unqualified for the position he was titled with at Pfizer. He did have a drama and dance background. He floated around other roles and the Boston Consulting Group known for their work in dark territory. Walker's supervisor is far more interesting and the real story, also bizarre and confusing, likely intentionally to be part of her cover story meant to obfuscate. George Webb travels the world to where the story is and finds endless fascinating leads and dots to connect. His communication style is often cryptic, disjointed, hurried, full of typos. So I get exasperated with that. Yet there are many facts Webb has found that are undeniable and astounding; how one weaves a story from it could be open to more interpretation, discussion, making better sense of data with careful timelines placing data points, or further verification, especially requesting comment from those involved as professional journalists do. When Webb uses information he has gathered to make predictions, as around early events in Ukraine as they involved the biolabs, he was spot on.

So the information warfare scheme we are in the middle of includes inserting chaos agents and elements into place to confuse the public about what might be learned from secret footage or whistle blowers. This strategy has become a layer of the camouflage.

Acting as a true whistle blower in today's landscape would be a frightening and daunting place to be. That warning is being amplified, loud and clear.

https://open.substack.com/pub/georgewebb/p/okeefe-v-webb-sensational-v-real?r=c8vqx&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

https://open.substack.com/pub/georgewebb/p/everywhere-all-at-once-shuang-sarah?r=c8vqx&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

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Mar 18, 2023·edited Mar 19, 2023

Thanks. I will check out the links as PV is apparently not a good example of the danger whistle blowers face. As you know, their lives can be ruined or lost.

I saw Kirsch's post about vaccine data. The first element of whistleblowing has been met: a wrong doing has been identified and outed. I do not see the second: an interested party takes action to fix the situation. Now, it may be someone will use this data to take action, and there is that potential value in SK's post. But if no action is taken to fix the situation, it dies here on substack.

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We now live in a world where "Traps" are set for folks that are hurt and in need of real solid advice. Unfortunately it's the opposite of help.

It's the oldest confidence switcheroo game of turn and burn em.

Be very careful who you think is so trusting, as this world is in turmoil .

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They’ll attack and discredit, deplatform and censor the author. They should write the book anyway.

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I've gone over the heads of bad actors a number of times, for example, in a company I worked for that supposedly encourages that. One time was to go to corporate on a manager who recommended a high end customer who wanted crabgrass addressed in his lawn told him to go to where illegals are picked up and they "will know what to do". The report got filtered back to the company and confidentiality was not protected. Or you leave an anonymous review of a company or product which may do some good by informing other consumers to be alert.

The really painful whistleblowing is as we see in some of Gresham's works, such as "The Pelican Brief". There is a reason he gave up the practice of law.

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Mar 14, 2023·edited Mar 14, 2023

True. The safest way is to have solid documentation and remain anonymous. I was lucky in the one case as there were others who might have "done it."

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I’ve never understood why anyone would volunteer to be part of a drug trial. Those that do are more trusting of Pharma and the government than I.

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If you believe in the system it's very understandable, and a lot of people believe in it until they suffer a massive betrayal from it.

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And so many young people think they are invincible. Life teaches a few lessons soon enough.

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and I often see them after that lesson happens :(

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Bingo. I was very strong , active and healthy. Every one around me would get tired and I rarely even got tired. I thought I was special and could get over anything.

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So proud of you Olivia for telling your story and for getting so much evidence! Especially the doc on hidden camera. I've been urging people to do this for 2 years. Bravo and move over Project Veritas.

I pray for your health. My previously healthy mom received a diagnosis of aggressive lung cancer after her 2nd shot. Tumors in both lungs. She didn't connect it to vaxx but I sent her other stories and yours. Hopefully it will deter her from more boosters.

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Thank you for praying 🙏

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Hi Olivia! I really appreciate you commenting here. Please let me know if there is anything you think I should change or add into this piece.

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Good wishes to you. May you heal and quickly.

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I have a high degree of sensitivity to pretty much any drug, so couldn’t even consider an unknown one. That colors my whole opinion of trials and drugs in general.

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You mean as massive as ending up dead?

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That's one possibility (assuming it happened to a close relative) but I was primarily referring to permanent disability in this context.

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I’m out

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Actually I knew agenda 21 was happening. It's a complex reason why I did the trial

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I'd be willing to participate in a study if it didn't involve me taking any medicine. I'd be willing to even give a sample of my blood or maybe even plasma if I get paid for it. If it was a "psychological" study, I promise I will skew the results -- hmmm, I guess that disqualifies me.

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I would never allow myself to be in an "experiment" and that is why I refused the jab from the get-go. I tried to suggest similar to loved ones and others, but they would have none of it. Like lemmings over a cliff, like sheeps being sheparded, like cattle to slaughter, they all lined up and said - "give it to me". No wonder the "control group" just said, oh yes, give me the medicine so efficacious.

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Sad, sad state of affairs, but the truth is revealing itself, and I suspect some sheep might be turning into hyena. Some cattle turning into lions. Some lemmings deciding to not comply.

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I sure wouldn't want to be one of the few perpetuated this crime of the millennia, because we know who you are, those of us who pay attention, and we demand justice and so do the hyenas, the lions, and the lemmings.

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Not kidding around.

BK

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Do you realize that when they are taking a "blood sample," they are stealing your DNA?

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I am not sure if this happens, but I know it does with the commercial companies like 23&me or ancestry.com which is why I never used them.

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Hey Doc, love your reporting! Thank you! Something (maybe) relevant to this discussion of stealing DNA…I’ve been curious for years about a local bioengineering firm near me that has bought up 4 prominent, unaffiliated, upscale restaurants in the same geographical area. My conspiratorial mind has always found this to be odd. I’ve discussed it with a few close associates, but they quickly brushed it off as just being a common tactic amongst corporate enterprises to broaden their portfolios. And I understand that logic. But do you think there may be a SLIGHT possibility that the parent company may be secretly using these restaurants to collect consumer data (i.e. dietary habits of the affluent , for example), or DNA samples from utensils? I may just be paranoid, but my gut has always found the situation to be extremely odd. The bio company comes in as a silent, majority owner of each restaurant, so the general public would have absolutely no clue that there were ownership changes to any of the restaurants. Any thoughts, opinions or insights would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Gwschick - my first thought was different..that the bio companies plan to use the restaurants to put something in the food served at the restaurant. I know that may sound like paranoia, but can we really put anything past these people? I don’t think we can assume anything any more.

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Cathleen, I never considered your viewpoint but it’s equally concerning, and perhaps even more feasible than mine. I no longer have ANY faith whatsoever in our regulatory agencies, and believe the bio corps/bigpharma are capable of doing whatever they choose as they suffer no ramifications. As long as our politicians continue to sell us out to foreign and domestic lobbyists, I’ll continue to believe NONE OF THEM!!! Thanks for your reply.

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Interesting thought. Theoretically they could cause a certain Pharma product to be injested and to then track the person through some means like credit card and try to gather evidence from a distance. With so much high tech tracking I don't think these things are out of range of the possible. Especially with Bourla and Gates talking about injestable trackable pills and vaxxes.

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To me, it looks like whatever can be done, someone will do it. Considering that "healthcare" agents have been eager to sell everything they have on a patient for decades, it's only logical to assume that at a time, when personal DNA has become essential to control people (at least those with the self-assembling graphene nanocomputers in them by injection, although alternative delivery systems have been developed in the last two years, so the injections are just about moot) remotely through 5G or comparable technologies, it stands to reason that DNA samples might be even mandatory to submit to the "authorities," but I find it more likely that the operation remains less visible, if it's "only" sold to "research facilities."

When I had to renew my life term life insurance three years ago, it took me three months to find a company that wouldn't draw my blood and even they waited another six months until the policy was authorized to remain active (of course, they charged me for the six months as well).

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I've never seen proof DNA sequencing is done with routine blood draws. It's entirely possible; I just have never seen it.

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It is only logical conjecturing. I don't think such stuff would ever be publicized.

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According to the latest development, the DNA can be downloaded from specific persons:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/targeting-and-controlling-individuals

As for the human-AI interface, it looks like it's altered protein that the body accepts first, then it might modify neighboring tissues enough that the body starts to treat itself as a foreign agent. Experiments with modified protein have been going on for several decades, and whatever reached, and is reaching, the public, might be accidental lab leak or, most likely, a public experiment:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/what-do-peanut-allergy-lyme-and-arthritis

As for the full link between the central AI and humans, the future is here:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/ai-makes-the-world-go-round

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They already got it and I could give a flip.

I got nothing to hide.

Plus, even if you have "the code" you don't have the soul.

BK

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Sorry to hear that. However, if you don't have graphene in your blood, you cannot be personally tracked or targeted. I'm not sure if that description matches anyone by now, because delivery systems are now majestic:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/still-thinking-about-the-vials

It is still possible to do more than nothing:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/the-most-important-thing-anyone-can

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A very wise man countered that very posture I took when he mentioned the chemtrails, which are laced with it. I know, because I take air samples up here in the northern Commiefornia coastal redwoods (daily initially) and examined every one under high magnification. Your lungs store (and pass) the graphene into the body. (It must be said that, though the ground is saturated and there is zero dust in the air, that dust falls from the sky in insane quantities, day and night. Sometime the fog that rolls in is faintly the color of bloody urine, just like the particulate I've collected.

Now, the unique signature of the lungs might be enough to make your radar signature unique, though I'm unsure of self assembling nano particulate and whether they are in the air samples (I magnify to only 2500X dry, under dark and light, field viewing)

Maybe yes, maybe no.

I decided to rely on Christ whose word says "Do not worry if you drink poison, it shall not harm you" (as he dispatched the disciples out into the world).

If God is for me, who can be against me (that matters)?

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I would love to know what you have found under the microscope. I know people in san diego a while back found all the components of fly ash (a waste component of burning coal)

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Can't one get graphene through the air, food, the water, the chemtrails, etc.? Are we not otherwise bombarded, other than via the injection?

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I do not believe it's possible to see graphene with most microscopes; it's far too small.

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Lots of things are "available" from the air. For one, a newly-injected breathed on me once, and I was sick for about eight months.

It is the hydrogel that makes graphene last, but graphene was present in the muzzles and in the PCR "tests," too. I would say, food and drinks, probably. Obviously, in all the injections, including the Russian and the Chinese, but the operation is complex.

The chemtrails are even nastier:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/plasmic-material-on-the-windshield

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Well, look I checked out your place and if you check out mine then I'll share more, but I'll tell this.

I've donated blood many times and so they have my blood.

I've been to the hospital a few times, but not lately, but they have my blood.

I spit in a container one time - I wouldn't do it again, but I did it and what is done is done.

I've had my thumb print taken, and I've been held against my will.

Oh well, live and learn, but yes those who perpetuated this crime upon all of humanity, I concluded at the end of 2022, that they are literally evil, so I know who the opponents are and I know there are only but a few of them, and I know they will get justice up close and personal.

How could you know this might be a fair question, and all I can say is it is a matter of faith.

So, post at my place and then maybe I will post at yours. You go first.

BK

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They can take a DNA even from a breathalyzer.

As long as one has a job that requires a security clearance, they have the fingerprints.

As for gardening, I consider it plausible, but not likely:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/do-not-comply-no-kidding

They surely are evil. :)

Look, you respond to an e-mail that sends you a notification about a new post by me, and we can communicate directly.

I always try to help fellow authors.

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What do make of claims that different companies give back different results from the same samples. Or to claims to be able to fabricate or change DNA samples.

There is a huge dependency of those who have the funding and training to access and use specialised equipment. Or - how much do you trust experts?

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You have to build your own image of what's going on.

Whatever is in the same line, is probably true, but all I or you can have is conjecturing.

Funding doesn't matter anymore.

I have never trusted an "expert" in my life. After all, I am one. :)

For more, please, check out my previous articles. Sadly, they are usually several days, weeks, or even months ahead...

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yes, but the images are accepted meanings - ie genes protein patterns (actually within structured or crystalline informational gel-water) are taken as the physical coding determiner for inheritances and building blocks of life. The mapping out of which (running on corporately funded technology) effectively officiates & owns access to and manipulation of scientifically and thus legally defined life.

Not sure what "is in the same line' refers to.

I hold for qualities of knowing that cannot be defined in image and concept that ARE resonance of a true communication, and so can be recognised and if need be given some form of reference. I see this as our true Inherence. And in that sense you know your self as no one else can.

But predictive control seeks the persistence of an image of life and existence as a self-construct through which to define meanings or significance as a sense of a personal judgements that exclude or dissociate.

The specialising focus can be seen as a search for knowledge - yet clearly fragments or compartmentalises to break communication as a segregated domain in conflict or competition with others for significance and access to funding. So biased to operate to maintain funding or wages or social support as frame of focus - as 'survival'.

I didn't mean you specifically - how much do we think or frame our thought and values in terms inherited and acquired from 'experts'?

So much of what science frames us in is outside the scope of direct experience or rests on highly trained ways of thinking and seeing, that at best are only one way of perceiving, but not THE reality.

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Believers await a turn at the baptismal, acolytes of science at the altar of the needle. Observation of life and how everything works so harmoniously is enough for the wise (not the highest IQ...) to appreciate that we are in a created place.

I'm understanding more each day that "knowing a lot" doesn't equate to smartness, or necessarily, intelligence. It is wisdom that links all these factors into a benefit for the learned and those who are bolstered by those wise sages.

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Modern medicine has so many characteristics of organized religions.

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How about organized crime/mafia instead?!?

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Same here. I won’t even take “approved” medications. Look at the list that have been pulled. Or better yet, look at the listed side effects of those still approved. No thanks. I enjoy living without medical induced injury or death. I’ll just eat more kale, thank you very much.

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One of my many rules is to never use a medication that has not been on the market for at least 7 years because it seems to take that long to catch the dangerous ones (plus they are much more likely to admit if it is dangerous once the patent runs out and pharma can no longer make a lot of money from it).

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I've heard this from other sources as well. It sounds like a wise rule to operate under.

My rule of thumb is that most medication are poisonous, even if it has some positive benefits (that are generally temporary in nature). Look at Tylenol... It's been on the market for decades and it's just now coming out about how poisonous it is. Or at least people are just now becoming more aware. It probably has all the warnings on the insert, which we all throw away without reading or if we do rea it, we ignore because those only happen to "other people". My friends and I took it all the time during pregnancy and gave it to our kids like candy because we thought it was totally safe. (This was of course before I was aware of how dangerous most medications are. Back when I trusted the medical field.) Tylenol is not allowed in my home.

There are certainly times where medication is necessary, but prevention is a much better strategy before one gets to the point of needing medication, for multiple reasons, so that's my rule, being on the patient end of the doctor/patient relationship.

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Some species of kale is very high in oxalates which can cause kidney stones as they are crystals. They also can be stored all over the body. I know, I had them in spades thanks to a diet high in them for years. Spinach, kale, dark chocolate, cocoa, almonds etc, in fact by eating a "healthy diet" I caused myself untold health issues. Just sayin'.

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I love Kale but whenever I write about it I will have to touch on the oxalate issue.

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My research lead me to understand that there is bacteria in the gut that can break down oxalates. It's true that not everyone has the bacteria that break it down. I try to promote health in my microbiome by eating in a way that is very beneficial to microbial balance but yes, some people can have adverse effects from certain healthy foods. I try to keep my diet varied but always filled with whole foods of all kinds and lots of fermented foods. Seems to be doing the trick for me. Sorry that you suffered from those foods. That stinks. Sometimes figuring out diet is a real pain.

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Some suspect that part of the issue with the oxalates is that plants use them to bind heavy metals, and they thus serve as a way for those heavy metals to get into you. That said oxalates are one of the many causes of chronic disease most people don't know about...and which I think are really unfair because the one thing you want to believe about diet is that vegetables are good for you.

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I will always believe that vegetables are healthy, in general. I suspect that the real problem lies generally in how modern technological advances have changed the human body’s ability to digest and use food as well as it’s ability to remove waste/toxins. Our gut microbial diversity is just a fraction of what it used to be a hundred years ago. If you compare the microbial diversity in the gut of a person living in an industrialized nation to that of someone living more primitively, they blow us out of the water. Stick them in an industrialized setting and it only takes a few weeks for their microbial diversity to drop to match that of the industrialized persons gut. This is why I suspect people are popping up all over the place with intolerances to things like gluten, casein, lactose, oxalates, phytic acid, night shade vegetables etc. I don’t think it’s the food, I think it’s the assault on our microbiome.

The biggest factors that have obliterated our microbial diversity is cesarean births, infant formula, medications, processed food diets and

environmental toxins (cleaning supplies, beauty supplies, chemicals in manufactured items, fumes from off gassing etc).

There was a company that was doing research on oxalates in the diet and they were actively developing a probiotic to reseed the gut with a bacteria that has the ability to degrade oxalic acid. I’m not sure if they were successful but if I come across the company again, I’ll post the link.

My theory may be incorrect but it’s what I believe is happening.

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Agreed. The primary issue is neuro-toxicity. This harms gut flora and fauna especially bacteria, creating imbalance. The yeasts in gut are symbiotic with bacteria. The yeast provide CO2 which the bacteria love as anaerobic. If bacteria die the yeasts take over which can eventually be fatal.

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Indeed, especially as 'vegetables' could be written 'Ve get ables', i.e. they enable us to do things.

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I decided awhile back, from all the “studies” constantly flip flopping on the same food being good, then bad, then good, that all foods can kill you eventually, from broccoli to bacon fat fried bread (yum), some more than others based on your personal genetics which is irrelevant because there’s no way to know which ones, so I’m just not gonna eat too much of any one thing and eat lots of many different things. Lol. Survival by food dilution.

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I hear you. It’s confusing when they keep changing their mind on what is going to kill you. I personally decided that the one thing everyone agrees on is that processed food is bad. So I stick with natural food that is only processed in ways that increase nutrition and I avoid the garbage (processed seed oils, processed sugar and grains, food additives, processed meat etc)

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Good point. Processed foods seem to consistently be reported as bad and for a number of reasons.

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My sister made a good observation and said she tries to keep a rainbow diet, i.e. foods of different colours. I have tended to do that myself as it is more fun and food should fun (but unpoisoned with Nazi chemicals).

Of course food comes out much the same colour in the end unless for example you eat too much beetroot!

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I have a bottle of ibuprofen for emergencies but when that is gone, I won’t replace it. It has some pretty nasty side effects even though it’s a “safe and effective” over the counter medication.

I am trying willow bark extract as a pain reliever instead. Took a couple of spills on snow and ice and need *something* that works. Gotta love a Wisconsin winter!!!

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Ibuprofen causes so many different issues and sadly most people don't know the majority of them.

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?Internal bleeding? - if so, I do.

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I think I’m just going to take my bottle to my local drug collection site rather than use it again

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Willow bark extract… I’m always looking for options. I’ve heard something about St. John’s wort…??

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At some point I am going to try and write a series on the effective natural pain killers.

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I would love to see a wiki (MiraHeze has free platform to start on) that details how to make and extract as MANY AS POSSIBLE of the 100 top medications needed for social healthcare. Preferably the safe and effective ones that are over the counter. I would like the procedures for making them to be as simple as possible using only natural raw materials and simple apparatus and heat and electricity.

Basically how many treatments could be made reliably in a zombie appocalypse.

Granted many drugs are fermented from GMO yeasts or bacteria but there are many that predate the time of GMO. Even Ivermectin is made from a bacteria broth. Aspirin is a less irritating form of willow bark tea and should be possible to do in a basement. From light reading it seems that the bad reputation that aspirin has is a result of it being too cheap and new fever remedies being on the market needing some fear promotion.

Vitamin-D3 is made from extract of Lanolin that is UVB irradiated but requires many steps and traditionally some more exotic solvents. I would love to have a way to prepare enough Vitamin-D3 for personal use from lanolin (sheep wool grease/wax/oil).

There are many botanical extracts that are direct precursors to popular patent medicines and these should be promoted so people can take charge of their own health.

Ending the use of refined sugars and most omega-6 rich seed oils would also save money and should be part of yearly school program.

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The difficulty in synthesizing pharmaceutical drugs varies greatly (e.g., ivermectin vs hydroxychloroquine).

That said, there are viable ways to get many of the medications you need or functional equivilants without the modern medical infrastructure.

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Poll your readers on ivermectin and their experience with it.

See if you encounter any connection between reduction of symptoms and dosing schedule. Guessing you will.

Which segues to a nice post action debriefing on the ivermectin battle: the brightest the world had to offer still got had like a bull by a dancing cape. Efficacy can always be fought by an unserious counterparty and a non-discerning audience. Individual experience, however, is quite the opposite. One who takes a pill and sees pain fade away won’t be dissuaded of that “fact”. Word of mouth will sell the experience. Only thing standing in the way is safety, and if acetaminophen was THE only State Authorized treatment for outpatient covid, then ivermectin ache-reducer goes head to head on safety data with acetaminophen. Even Fauci has no retort to that. Anecdotal? “Ha, friends say try it, we believe them. Why not? Doesn’t HAVE to work. Besides, its safety record isn’t any worse than the State Authorized treatment or ibuprofen!”

Absent a pain reliever (presuming they nix acetaminophen in sympathy with ivermectin ban), they’d leave the public without anything, and that might just have been enough public pressure on doctors to consider prescribing ivermectin. Maybe not. But it would definitely have shifted the battle line to pain relief instead of efficacy as antiviral.

Hint: if ivermectin was reliably reducing symptoms, it either acted as a pain reliever (demonstrable chemistry) or NOT. In such case, it must arguably be working against the insult causing the pain. Short cut to efficacy?

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Excellent! 👍🏼

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I’ve heard St Johns wort is helpful for depression. Willow bark extract is an ingredient of aspirin. Or rather, aspirin was developed from willow bark. I bought mine from NOW Vitamins. Family-owned American company that tells you where the supplement was manufactured.

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I believe St Johns wort in most cases has a better benefit/risk ratio than the existing antidepressants...which makes it a shame so few people know of it.

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I took Zoloft for a period for anxiety. Never again. It’s got terrible side effects.

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My wife prepares about a dozen different herbal and botanical extracts, St. John's Wort is one of them.

Easy to do for most. Fill a jar with plant matter, pour in vodka to cover. Close and keep in the dark for a week or two, inverting and shaking a bit every other day. For dry matter 40% vodka is enough as the concentration is maintained, for fresh plant matter 60% is better as it is diluted a bit by the moisture and probably closer to 40% after extraction. When complete drain and squeeze out as much as possible. You can use a coffee filter to take out remaining particles unless you had a latex plant (dandelion) that will block the filter paper. The extract is self preserving due to high alcohol content and can be dispensed from brown dropper bottles. The best part is that your doctor will not meddle in your dosing because he has no idea what to do (except in rare cases like naturopaths).

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Thank you for the tip! 🙏🏽💖

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Hope you feel better very soon! Can relate. I'm in Alaska. haha!

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So cold!

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Thanks. I’ve gone through many winters without injury. This year has sucked!

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And you will be 'kale and hearty'!.

Kale is good for potassium. And K is initial for chemical potassium on periodic table.

https://healthwholeness.com/potassium/high-potassium-foods/

19 is atomic number of potassium.

COVID 19 means lots of things inc. C Or VItamin D. " vitamins C & D. D-3 as supplement is considered best with K-2 a vitamin.

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You offered your comment because you believed it helpful and as a participation something worthwhile. ;-)

Those who perceive their government and pharma based medical interventions as benign and protective have yet to meet or accept the shadow of a focus that conceals more than it reveals. In some ways an infantile strategy to use the 'Parent' or Leader as a way to avoid growing self responsibility. The flip side is the adolescent of blaming the same as a means to avoid growing self-responsibility.

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In my opinion, the sole purpose of any "gubment" is to facilitate collective learning for those "governed". If a gubment fails in that, then it shows that it is flawed from the perspective of the collective citizens of said gubment.

I believe that is where many are now with respect to their supposed "gubment".

Tis a shame - but rumor I heard is the folks in France have just about had enough of flawed gubment.

https://www.sott.net/article/478333-UK-Hundreds-of-thousands-strike-over-working-conditions-includes-govt-border-force-nurses-lawyers-teachers-transport-workers-journalists

Regards,

BK

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Here is another link about trash building up in France.

Really - one thing is connected to the other and all these things are not coincidental - they happen at the same time because they are related. Tis evident.

https://www.sott.net/article/478334-7000-tonnes-of-foul-smelling-garbage-pile-up-in-Paris-as-9-day-strike-extended-for-another-5-days#comment455799

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As proof that I'm President of the Country Bumkins Association, let me present this. I used to have this PhD type fella up the street from me in my neighborhood, and he and I knew each other over the years, over the decades in a way. Anywho, about 2 years ago, maybe 3, I was walking my dog and the topic of "jabs" somehow came up in the conversation, and my concluding statement to him as I slapped my own ass (on one side only) and walked away with my dog was: "I ain't taking no jab and I don't care if you think I'm a country bumpkin, cause I had schooling proper Mr. PhD know-it-all, and I chose not be part of the experiment - get a clue you postmodernist dimwit"......

OK, I admit I didn't say all of that, but I did slap my butt in exasperation to how so many PhD's turned themselves into dimwits......

Pathetic and speaks to the power of mammon I reckon.

BK

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I already left a comment at your place.

Looks good to me....maybe I'll subscribe, but my limit is 16.

Regards,

BK

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no, no tis "gubment" not gooberment - hey what is your deal?

Do you want membership in the "Country Bumpkins Association"

I'm the president and I'll let you in if you have merit!

Ha, ha.

BK

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Nope. Each country bumpkin stands on his own merit, but if you want in, then fine - here is your country bumpkin badge......now, when you get it, slap your ass (one side only but you choose which) and proclaim:

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I am proud to be a Country Bumpkin....

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If you do that hombre - you are in! Still - one badge per one person.

ha, ha.

BK

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This is Olivia. You have no idea what goes on in other people's minds .

I thought the mnrna would NOT cause autism in children like traditional vaccines do. I was optimistic but not trusting. I also thought the trial vaccines would be much safer than the vaccines for the public.

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Hey Olivia - way to go!

Are you the same "Olivia" .......oh don't answer - that question is rhetorical and you know whenever somebody asks you a question, you can almost always respond simply:

"I don't answer questions"....

But good on you if you are the Olivia I think you may be!

I hope you know, just like the fine Mw Doc, there are many of us who "got your back" and who know you didn't deserve to be treated the way you have been - neither did the rest of us, but you got more than your fair share and then after-the-fact they pretended they didn't harm you directly - I can't abide that.

Now, I think you are actually pretty close to me being I live in the Carolina's myself, and I want you to know there are some of us who truly respect and appreciate your courage - so keep up your efforts - they are appreciated.

BK

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Yep. I'm that Olivia . Thanks for your kind words 💜

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Hi Olivia, I don't need to know what goes on in other people's minds!

But we all think we know or think things to be what they arent - sometimes to amusement other times shock.

My emphasis is on freeing our mind enough to be curious about our thinking - not witchhunting blame.

Frome my own POV I could see no possible benefit set against every possible harm.

Just the fact of being deceived and coerced into doing something we would not otherwise consent to is a context for me of self-betrayal to ignore. But then I've been curious for a long time and not nearly so invested in the medical as health, the contagion as threat, the Media as anything but manipulative, the list goes on.

I have a niece in law who volunteered for pfizer trial, her father and her are both civicly dutiful - do your bit for society etc and assume there is every kind of safety and oversight in place- that there is not.

As a result of talking with him, he recommended she leave - which she did after 1 spike.

My mind reels on this if I go into it. For the most part I and others find that communication is impossible with an unwillingness to see or know.

I cant predict one future as humanity splits into different streams that don't mix. But i hold that we have a freedom to think and interact & to experience our result, but always of a nature or awareness that remains un-coverable, as the field of knowing that cannot be itself defined or controlled. So I sense only part of us is focused in our world or lifetime of unfolding experience - and rebalance and realignment to the whole is not death!

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Traditional "vaccines" are all poisons and intentionally so. Ultimately, there is nothing to "try," because "vaccination" is based on fraudulent science. One of the Doctor's first and best publications substantiates that:

https://amidwesterndoctor.substack.com/p/the-smallpox-pandemic-response-was

However, mRNA is a red herring:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/why-not-mrna

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Dr Ryan Cole did not find graphene in the 100 vials he tested.

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Conspiracy No More: Pfizer Documents Reveal That Pfizer 'Vaccines' Contain GRAPHENE OXIDE

One of the reasons why Pfizer wanted to HIDE their documents for 75 Years

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/conspiracy-no-more-pfizer-documents?publication_id=581065&post_id=109500294&isFreemail=true

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OK. Yeah Dr Cole only had a hundred or so vials out of billions .

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I guess, he is the wrong person to ask, but not all batches contained the same:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/still-thinking-about-the-vials

Not that it matters anymore.

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I agree. What is really strange is that, according to this Stack, one of Maddie's parents is a nurse!

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Yes I was quite shocked to read that. Why would parents allow their healthy child to participate in this study, even worse in this case someone who has a medical background?? Maybe it's virtue signalling?

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Yes. I was surprised. The mom said she let her daughter take it because her friends were taking it, and the kids would get paid, so the daughter would make some money, plus the friends wouldn't wouldn't have to wear masks.

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You have to see it from their perspective where they really had trusted in the system.

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Uh, you seen very nice, but, no, I don't *have to see it from their perspective. I, too, trusted the system completely, absolutely, the vaccines, doctors, everything. I was the strongest on that in my entire family. I can understand that the mom made a mistake, but I would not have let my child take part in trials, even though I trusted the doctors, pharma, trials, to de their best they could at that stage, etc., because even the vaccines for which we've seen pretty good trial results, always have *some problems in trials, after the trials, there is a greater chance of even better and/or safer results from changes they have hopefully made over 7-10 years. Even very small chances of problems occurring in trials would be more than I would be willing to let my child take part in, especially for her to just get money like her friends. If *I wanted to take part as an adult, fine, but I would not let my child. I had breast cancer, and "they" wanted me to put off my surgery for 6 months to a year in a trial. I said nope, not gonna do that. I'm willing to help out if it's not an unknown risk for something that could change my health for life, but otherwise, no. People have to put themselves first.

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I’ll be in the control group

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Unfortunately if they inject you with something, you don’t know if you’re in the control group or not… Scary scenario!

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I faked it once; it's money for those who have nothing to lose...

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Aug 22, 2023·edited Aug 22, 2023

"Often in medicine, we observe this issue because doctors will insist that there is “no evidence” that an adverse reaction to a medical product could have occurred. "

Anytime your hear the words, "there is no evidence..." regardless of the subject (medicine, politics, climate change, other), that right there should set off a person's bullshit alarm.

99% of the time, there is at least SOME evidence. Often, there's more than enough to say, "This is odd, and we need to know more."

Except for studies done with exacting protocols and rigorous statistical analysis, whether the evidence rises to the level of proof is a matter of opinion, not fact.

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Big pharma is corrupt beyond anything normal people could possibly imagine.

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At some point if you get the chance to read deadly medicines and organized crime you will probably appreciate it. The (excellent) author makes a good case big pharma does many of the things classically associated with organized crime.

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When they got rid of the "control group" before the study was completed that was most telling.

When they approved another "name" of a product still not produced yet I think that was telling as well.

FRAUD from the get-go.

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I took it as a tacit admission there were going to be serious chronic issues and they did not want to have long term followup that could prove they happened.

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In reply to the Mw Doc about 12 hours ago:

Here is the "loophole" they'll say with "Scarlet O'Hara my, oh, my attitude":

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"Oh, but it was the choice of the member's in the placebo group. They chose the jab."

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Regardless, they still broke the agreement and all if it is FRAUD so evident.

BK

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You know what just occurred to me....bop my own head softly......but, if the excuse is it was a choice of the "placebo group" member, then does that not suggest that placebo group members were informed of the group they were in?

If so, ain't double-blind, and moreover, ain't worth diddily.

Tis FRAUD

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My recollection is they claimed - oh my goodness gracious me, this jab is so efficacious that it would be unethical to deny it for those in the control group.

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That is fraud and then they fucked up their own study on purpose because they didn't want the comparisons. So it is more than fraud it is malfeasance. In fact, it is more than that - it is the crime of the millennia. The perpetuators need to be hung up.

DUH!

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That's a classic excuse industry uses when they need to do something shady, but for some reason they are continually allowed to do it. What's so rediculous about it was the the EUA was contingent on them having the long term followup and not breaking the placebo, but they did anyways and the regulations were ignored.

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My impression is that they’ve become so thoroughly corrupted and have so much wealth and power, that literally no rules apply to them. That’s what is right in front of our faces, every day. It’s blatantly obvious, don’t you think?

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That seems like a fair synopsis of it.

But, they can think all they want.

Either way,

Justice must be served.

Lady Libra, the holder of the scales...

she demands it.

I give her heed.

BK

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Well, regulations are one thing, but an EUA I believe is a contract - not the same as a reg.

Although, I could be wrong, I've seen that acronym, I think I know what it stands for, but I'm not positive....still, if an EUA is a contract, it is not a regulation, and enforcement of contracts broken is typically discussed in the contract itself ironically.

BK

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Contract, regulation, law, rule, whatever. Doesn’t matter, as they don’t have to follow any of them. It’s all a farce.

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Oh contraire, they have to abide by the rules just like the rest of us.

Justice demands as such.

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No, they don't because that wasn't written into the contracts. The US DoD ordered a "prototype countermeasure" not a medical intervention under the OTA (Other Transaction Authority) contracting method. There are no requirements for clinical trials or any data follow-up. See the whistle-blower Brook Jackson's lawsuit. And Katherine Watt or Shasta Latypova's substacks.

https://sashalatypova.substack.com/p/you-cannot-contract-for-a-crime-but?utm_source=substack&utm_campaign=post_embed&utm_medium=web

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But, they aren’t. And they’re getting away with it.

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Did you know they did the EXACT same thing in the AZT "trials" during the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 80s-90s? And for the same reason, "it's unethical to let these people die without this wonder drug". Except, AZT killed way more than it helped. Sound familiar?

https://www.spin.com/2015/10/aids-and-the-azt-scandal-spin-1989-feature-sins-of-omission/

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Yup. It's so sad these things keep on repeating. One of my big missions is to try and teach the history of this so it stops being possible to keep on doing it.

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From NPR of all places....

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/02/19/969143015/long-term-studies-of-covid-19-vaccines-hurt-by-placebo-recipients-getting-immuni

Man, since "Car Talk" is no longer on NPR, I can't even listen to that place on the radio anymore because when I do it usually takes about 5 seconds until I hear a lie......of course, there is a bell curve on that and a long tail, but sad to report that NPR has been subsumed because I used to enjoy listening to it with my wife in the car when we were riding together.

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It's sad how many good organizations have had this happen to them.

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Public Radio has been completely ruined. I used to listen to it every day, for almost 40 years. Not any more. Note that in recent years, one of their major contributors is the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Corrupted to the core; all propaganda now.

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That explains a lot.

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I should know better than to laugh to myself, but that NPR article is so incriminating it is ironic. The thing is I knew they had broken the placebo group, and I suspect most readers here did as well, but I said it, so I wanted to back it up, and to find the NPR link on whim sort of that upon close reading is truly incriminating of nefarious activity, I wonder - was that a coincidence? Oh well, who cares.......but it is informative, so good I reckon.

Tell me if I'm off base.

Specifically, per the article, participants in the study all got a shot in the arm, but some shots had the material to be studied and some were innocuous. The ones got the innocuous shots were in the "placebo group" as a sort of compare and contrast in a goofy "doubly-blind" sort of way supposedly.

Regardless, they didn't follow the protocols and it is evident.

Tis FRAUD!

BK

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I know, and to think that our tax dollars pay to produce that drivel!

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It is.

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Mar 13, 2023·edited Mar 13, 2023

Hubby and I loved Click and Clack.

Public radio used to have some excellent shows.

Prairie Home Companion used to be great too, back in the days before the divide and conquer political paradigm shift happened in the culture wars.

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And here I thought it was just me that “used to like” NPR.

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Not at all :/

It's hard to believe how much the world has changed in the last 10 years.

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Definitely not. They used to have some really great content. Hubby would always listen to the news on his way to work. He loved Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me and All Things Considered.(A local morning talk radio host out here calls the latter Some Things Considered…LOL) I also think they had some of the best classical music programming out there. Really used to enjoy PBS too. I grew up on a lot of their stuff.

All in the rear view mirror now.

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Mar 14, 2023·edited Mar 14, 2023

No, they switched to jazz. I saw KUER's classical record collection in a thrift shop.

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Ditto.

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Here is what happened regarding that warp speed COVID vaccine…

Rushed, guaranteed to succeed, corruptly tested, experimental injection? ✓

That killed and maimed well-over a thousand people during the severely abbreviated trial phase? ✓

And also caused 23 spontaneous abortions and 75 serious clinical events from 270 expectant mothers during said trial? ✓

Using a highly dangerous mRNA tech that in the past killed every mouse with ADE? ✓

A tech previously untested on humans, the emergency usage of which upended over a century of vaccine safety and efficacy research? ✓

For a virus far less deadly than the lockdowns themselves? ✓

Also less deadly than the flu - which conveniently went AWOL when COVID hit the scene? ✓

For a (cold) virus they’ve been unable to cure after over a century of trying? ✓

But somehow all of a sudden, the criminal pharmaceutical companies - notorious for rampant felonious trial fraud - figured it out in less than a year? ✓

And then went on to manufacture billions of quality assured, safe and effective doses at record speed which were then lawfully distributed by the US military? ✓

People actually bought into this on a grand scale, and voluntarily injected this poison? ✓

Expanded version with embedded references here: https://tritorch.com/doormat

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Thank you for this comment and the work you put into it!

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It wasn’t rushed. That’s a ruse. The vaccine was the reason for a “pcr virus”. It was ready to go when Tedros declared a pandemic in February 2020. Lies! All lies.

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I think it was 80-90% ready to go and they just did the last 10-20% at "warp speed"

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It was apparently ready in January 2020.

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One lie too many is what I think as somebody been lied to by the gubment since the day I was born.

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That is depressing but true I reckon.

Oh well, lesson learned?

I sure hope so, but justice must be served and it will be.

Justified Retribution is how I refer to it.

It is undeniable - sort of like Karma is.

Karma in real-time is what we need.

At least those of us been paying attention.....

Hang em up.

BK

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I strongly believe in karma.

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Karma seems to me a force beyond control and to be revered and respected for what it does to keep things in balance. Not meant or intended to ever be understood, and never understood will it be I reckon, but revered and respected a wise man knows. A wise man a wise women...a wiser women, a wiser man. Karma knows seems to me, and it don't mean I ain't indignant cause I am.

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“Science,” then solves this problem it created by providing “evidence” that is more trustworthy than anyone’s individual “flawed” observations, and thus effectively silences any challenges to the institution

This sentence made me think of a book about museums I read long time ago. Historians (experts) keep pieces that do not fit the official 'history' locked in the cellars of museums. Now and then someone goes there and discovers hidden pieces and asks questions, promptly to be either silenced or fired.

Thank you for yet another great article

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This is great. Could you link me to the book? I love that point; I really believe history has been heavily distorted.

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Mar 14, 2023·edited Mar 14, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

if I remember correct it was in the books of Robert Charroux. (this was in the Von Daniken period and I was a teenager so it is some time ago LOL)

Mysteries of the Gods: Ancient Aliens Throughout Mankind's History

I certainly read this one, the others on Amazon cannot be opened to see the content list

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I think I read that book a long time ago.

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Look for "forbidden history of the Earth".

Interesting stuff if like me you enjoy reading stuff like this just becasue not because you "believe"

https://www.ancient-code.com/the-forbidden-timeline-of-earths-history-according-to-the-anunnaki/

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/esp_vida_alien_63.htm

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You might find references to such artifacts in the works of Charles Fort (see e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Fort ).

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As a teenager, I was a "security guard" during the summer at our museum. I just had to make sure people didn't jump the ropes and stuff. I spent an inordinate amount of time in "the basement". Fascinating items of all types, just stored on shelves. I never asked anyone about it because I wasn't supposed to be down there to begin with! 🙂 I've always wondered what the Smithsonian has hidden away. Lots of strange stuff they've taken to "study" and then "lost".

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I am really debating in the future if I want to write a series of the forgotten archelogical history of humanity that's been buried by the archeological community to maintain their narrative.

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Mar 14, 2023Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Yes please !!

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You would most likely enjoy the writings of Barry Fell and Stuart L Harris who are more contemporary.

Also Immanuel Velikovsky, though somewhat older and a few of his theories can no longer be substantiated but some of what he writes is more gripping than covid theatre.

They all have a genuine curiosity to find the truth instead of the narrative.

What I find delightful is the new information that comes to light that links ancient languages from 8000 BC with the Finnish language, from all over the world at a time when humans allegedly did not sail the oceans but yet somehow they have left carvings that can be translated if you use the correct language as a basis.

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:)

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As a doctor, there is so much in medical history that so few people have touched that that might be the best expose you could do.

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Velikovsky is a great read. I do not know how many of his books are still in print. I read Worlds in collision and The Sea People, but there are several more (Earth in distress - not sure if that is the English title). He did enormous research world wide but is greatly neglected by The Experts.

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That's the old ruse: create a problem that later you offer to solve. In this case, ordo ab chao.

"Science" is a bad joke; I know. I am a "scientist."

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/freaks-of-science

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