Steps 10 and 11: Corrupt Healthcare, Food, and Energy Supplies

 

12-Step Totalitarian Program: Step 1: Corrupt Education
Step 2: Corrupt Language
Step 3: Corrupt Science and Religion
Steps 4&5: Corrupt History, the U.S. Founding, Natural Law, and the U.S. Constitution
Steps 6&7: Corrupt Journalism, the Arts, and Money
Steps 8&9: Corrupt Separation of Powers, Elections, and Law Enforcement

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Step #10: Corrupt Healthcare

Obamacare was a true abomination. No real debate. No real opportunity for citizens to have a say. It was crammed down our throats.

Why?

Because one of the most powerful powers of totalitarians is to deny people proper healthcare.

Left-wing activists used to warn against Big Pharma. Oh, for the good ol’ days. Now the mainstream medical establishment, despite some wonderful innovations and life-saving procedures, doubles down on prescribing drugs for everything.

I had the good fortune of having one doctor at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation tell me the truth. When I asked him, at least 25 years my junior, what the root cause was of a certain ailment he had diagnosed, he replied, “I don’t do root causes. I prescribe pills.”

There’s lots of money in drugs and vaccines and all the new stuff with weird names that pop up on all those short ads on YouTube with a playful active family and the suggestion to “Ask your doctor about Arbitraer.”

Once you control health, you control life and death, and justify delays in providing services. And if you can find an excuse to get rid of the independent minds of nurses and doctors in hospitals (No vaccine? No job.), you can replace care with administrators who only know how to toe the line.

If you are my age, you will remember getting a handful of vaccines as a kid. Today? Kids get 10x as many. You know, because it’s great profits for docs and pharma, er, no, wait, it’s because if ONE child dies out of 10,000, it’s better that all get vaccinated and all costs are obscured by health insurance.

Because without health insurance, there is actual disclosure of actual costs that leads to accountability and we cannot have accountability to threaten profits.

If you refuse to seek out the interviews of those banned on YouTube and other platforms, those whose biographies are “updated” in Wikipedia to remove their authority, then you are subject to partial truths that support lies.

Please watch the two Robert Malone interviews with Candace Owens on the Daily Wire.

At the very minimum, listen closely to those opposing your views and weigh what they are saying.

Here are some more voices that are worth your time:

Ricochet member Susan Quinn: “CDC Health Emergency Extension Could Be the Least of Our Problems”

And you may have missed this little post from Ricochet member iWe: “CDC_Approval: 75% of boys show heart inflammation.”

And Ricochet member Unsk: Major Pharmacies are now denying prescriptions written by Doctors to treat covid, but the FDA has given them the right to ‘prescribe’ Pfizer’s troubled Paxlovid over the counter.”

Swiss Policy Research: “Professor Ehud Qimron, Ministry of Health, It’s Time to Admit Failure”

The Conservative Treehouse on more hidden truths about Covid. Many studies linked here.

Health authorities can no longer be trusted. There is simply too much money going around in the midst of reputation destruction. So those with a conscience have a choice: Go with the lies, or allow your life and livelihood to be destroyed.

Totalitarians are okay with that.

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CORRUPT HEALTHCARE
STATUS AS OF 2022: GOAL ACHIEVED

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Step #11: Corrupt Food and Energy Supplies

I apologize. At this point, I can’t help but get a bit snarky.

Sure, all those food processing plants being destroyed in the space of months is an accident.

Sure, all those calls for us to eat insects instead of meat and dairy is not a form of grooming us away from beef.

Sure, all the water being denied farmers in California for their crops (while providing plenty to almond growers for almond milk, which coincidentally replaces real milk) is an accident.

Sure, California passing laws in the past couple of years affecting truckers and resulting in container ships sitting off the coast of California unloaded is an accident.

Sure, truckers being denied permission to drive and denied essential services is an accident (search “truckers denied”).

Sure, farmers being denied needed chemicals, fertilizer (h/t Ricochet member OccupantCDN), and China behaving badly with exporting fertilizer is just an accident.

Sure, taking the U.S. from oil independence to oil dependence so we can blame the Ukraine war and Russia instead of a plan to gain control over people is an accident.

Sure, moving people off fossil fuels, which allow independent energy choices, to electric cars, electricity controlled by the state which already is being used to tell people not to charge their cars is an accident.

Weird how all these “accidents” align with totalitarian goals. But that is an accident.

Totalitarians like Stalin and Mao love creating famines by disrupting food and energy supplies. Check the history. The basics of living must be controlled to control people.

And if you don’t think a famine is in store for this country, if you continue to believe that all this is happening due to ignorance and mere ideological bullheadedness, you are not paying attention.

It’s not a global conspiracy because they are not trying to hide what they are doing. Yes, useful idiots are ignorant and bullheadedly ideological. But they are tools of the consciously manipulative and ideologically-driven addicts to power.

Don’t be a tool.

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CORRUPT FOOD AND ENERGY SUPPLIES
STATUS AS OF 2022: GOAL ACHIEVED

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Coming soon: Step #12: Corrupt Individualism

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  1. JoelB Member
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    How can so many be blind to all of this? Especially now.

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  2. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    I

    JoelB (View Comment):

    How can so many be blind to all of this? Especially now.

    It’s how we’re built:

    https://ricochet.com/924194/blind-sports-and-the-secret-of-the-reticular-activating-system/

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  3. Arahant Member
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    JoelB (View Comment):

    How can so many be blind to all of this? Especially now.

    They don’t want to believe. They would rather believe in unicorns and fairies than human nature.

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  4. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    JoelB (View Comment):

    How can so many be blind to all of this? Especially now.

    They don’t want to believe. They would rather believe in unicorns and fairies than human nature.

    What has made so many especially devoted to the Left’s causes is the notion that their attitudes are about caring and tolerance and the love of humanity.

    It also greatly  buffered the Cause when to deviate even an iota from the Grand Plan of Diversity and Tolerance allowed all your friends and social contacts to tell you “although you have hidden it well, we now see that you are a racist – it is as clear as day.”

    And now that plan for Diversity and Tolerance has evolved from the idea that every mom with a crying baby at the border must be let in, to the concept that the proper pronouns must be on the tip of your tongue, although – as even  SNL comedians used to freely point out -how the hell do we know who Pat is?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdV3VomzKdI

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  5. Rodin Member
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    No one put in line for the guillotine wants to see the guillotine.

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  6. Kevin Schulte Member
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    Rodin (View Comment):

    No one put in line for the guillotine wants to see the guillotine.

    I vote for republicans first, let the Dem’s see what’s coming . 

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  7. Arahant Member
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    Kevin Schulte (View Comment):
    I vote for republicans first, let the Dem’s see what’s coming . 

    That’s usually the way it works.

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  8. Saint Augustine Member
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    Mark Alexander:

    Because without health insurance, there is actual disclosure of actual costs that leads to accountability and we cannot have accountability to threaten profits.

    That’s what we call “insurance” now.

    “The Democrats Eliminated Health Insurance.”  That was the popular part of Obamacare.

    The comments noted at the end of that post point to a good introduction to the long, sordid history of the corruption of healthcare funding in America.

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  9. Saint Augustine Member
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    Mark Alexander:

    Sure, all those food processing plants being destroyed in the space of months is an accident.

    Where can I find comparative data on how often that sort of thing happened in, for example, 2015 or 2019?

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  10. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander:

    Sure, all those food processing plants being destroyed in the space of months is an accident.

    Where can I find comparative data on how often that sort of thing happened in, for example, 2015 or 2019?

    This may help you think it through. The question may be, With a large enough number of plants, at what point does the number of fires etc.  become significant?

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  11. Saint Augustine Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander:

    Sure, all those food processing plants being destroyed in the space of months is an accident.

    Where can I find comparative data on how often that sort of thing happened in, for example, 2015 or 2019?

    This may help you think it through. The question may be, With a large enough number of plants, at what point does the number of fires etc. become significant?

    I think I’ve seen that one before. It doesn’t look very helpful–not for my question. Unless I commit to spending Heaven knows how much time for every nothing-to-see-here URL, it’s not going to be easy to find the answer I want.  Heaven only knows which if any of these guys will even include that information.

    But your question is fine, of course.  A good step in the direction of clarity.  I expect the answer is “A point long since passed earlier this year.”

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  12. Eugene Kriegsmann Member
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    There is no question that totalitarianism is the goal of the left. In my many years of teaching I was able to exercise almost complete autonomy in the way I ran my classroom. Over the years, as the administration of Seattle Schools moved further and further to the left in fits and starts, the changes in building administration also changed from a style of allowing teachers to run their classrooms in their own individual manner to more and more micromanagement by principals. During the last seven or eight years I saw a much more directed action in the form of forcing out older, more experienced teachers and their replacement with younger teachers more easily shaped and specifically beholden to the principal. The same was the case of the vice principals who were also much younger and less experienced. Meanwhile, budgets and funds specifically assigned to individual departments were frequently raided by the principal and reallocated to his particular priorities.

    In an environment such as that the likelihood that the “academic and social” priorities of the principal inevitably get soaked into the entire building, and the children are spoon-fed whatever that agenda on a daily basis. 

    I remember only too well that before I ever was aware of the Trayvon Martin case that posters made by kids in their language arts classes stating that he had been killed for his Skittles began showing up on the walls of our hallways. Once I had educated myself about the actual event I was appalled that such nonsense was being allowed to be posted, but I was also appalled that no other faculty member seemed the least bit aware or concerned about the issue of politicizing of an issue and then propagandizing it to middle school children. It is highly unlikely that children in the building, other than the ten assigned to me, were ever presented with any other interpretation of the events. It was just part of an ongoing attempt to breakdown any sense of justice or respect for law and the Constitution.

    This can have only one purpose, the complete destruction of our democratic republic and its replacement with a nation of mindless drones unable to think for themselves or conceive of any interpretation of events which contradicts the “party line.” How effective that was became obvious during the last two years with the absurd adherence of so many to the Covid narrative and rules of engagement. I do not believe that at any time in the history of this country would there have been such as complete capitulation to authority as there was and, for many, continues to be. We are closer to being a totalitarian state than at any time in our history. This is the way the left works. We see it in microcosm in the slow extinction of gun rights, but in macrocosm it is the true course of leftism.

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  13. I Walton Member
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    The article is dead on and folks here see what’s coming, but many think we’ll win the election then fix matters.  They are already in a position to deny fair elections.  They did it last time and were endorsed even though we held the Presidency.    So it’s going to be fair this time?  Will we endorse it again?  Or just complain?   We’ll know in November and I hope there is some planning going on now  because they will attempt to crush everything and may succeed should we not be prepared.    The big bucks behind the whole corrupt top do not understand much, the Chinese who support the whole thing understand their own objectives, but  don’t have a long future either, so we’re racing against time as well as the bureaucrats, the giant companies, and the Chinese.  We need to be prepared for them to steal the election.  We won’t pull out so much as take charge of our borders and use funds otherwise sent to Washington to do so with reserves for any military that joins the states where they’re located. 

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  14. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Eugene Kriegsmann (View Comment):

    There is no question that totalitarianism is the goal of the left. In my many years of teaching I was able to exercise almost complete autonomy in the way I ran my classroom. Over the years, as the administration of Seattle Schools moved further and further to the left in fits and starts, the changes in building administration also changed from a style of allowing teachers to run their classrooms in their own individual manner to more and more micromanagement by principals. During the last seven or eight years I saw a much more directed action in the form of forcing out older, more experienced teachers and their replacement with younger teachers more easily shaped and specifically beholden to the principal. The same was the case of the vice principals who were also much younger and less experienced. Meanwhile, budgets and funds specifically assigned to individual departments were frequently raided by the principal and reallocated to his particular priorities.

    In an environment such as that the likelihood that the “academic and social” priorities of the principal inevitably get soaked into the entire building, and the children are spoon-fed whatever that agenda on a daily basis.

    I remember only too well that before I ever was aware of the Trayvon Martin case that posters made by kids in their language arts classes stating that he had been killed for his Skittles began showing up on the walls of our hallways. Once I had educated myself about the actual event I was appalled that such nonsense was being allowed to be posted, but I was also appalled that no other faculty member seemed the least bit aware or concerned about the issue of politicizing of an issue and then propagandizing it to middle school children. It is highly unlikely that children in the building, other than the ten assigned to me, were ever presented with any other interpretation of the events. It was just part of an ongoing attempt to breakdown any sense of justice or respect for law and the Constitution.

    This can have only one purpose, the complete destruction of our democratic republic and its replacement with a nation of mindless drones unable to think for themselves or conceive of any interpretation of events which contradicts the “party line.” How effective that was became obvious during the last two years with the absurd adherence of so many to the Covid narrative and rules of engagement. I do not believe that at any time in the history of this country would there have been such as complete capitulation to authority as there was and, for many, continues to be. We are closer to being a totalitarian state than at any time in our history. This is the way the left works. We see it in microcosm in the slow extinction of gun rights, but in macrocosm it is the true course of leftism.

    Hence, corrupt education is Step #1.

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  15. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander:

    Because without health insurance, there is actual disclosure of actual costs that leads to accountability and we cannot have accountability to threaten profits.

    That’s what we call “insurance” now.

    “The Democrats Eliminated Health Insurance.” That was the popular part of Obamacare.

    The comments noted at the end of that post point to a good introduction to the long, sordid history of the corruption of healthcare funding in America.

    However a close analysis of the ObamaCare quick passage shows that the Big Insurers paid a huge army of lobbyists to ensure that this plan would asil through Congress unimpeded by any type of full  discussion.

    While Obama repeatedly told journalists and various leaders of progressives and moderate Republicans that he could not intervene in what was being “written up by Congress” due to the separation of powers which restricted him as Chief Executive, the reality was otherwise.

    Many in America wanted true reform, before a new situation was thrust on us. This “Health Care Reform Measure” did nothing about true reform. But it did accomplish a great deal for the profit margins of Big Insurers.

    For instance, although you have made decent arguments about why “prior conditions” should not be eligible for inclusion in newly written health policies, the fact remains that the health insurers used the most creative and whimsical measures possible to call anything at all a prior condition. Broke your arm  while skiing as a teenager? Well it is obvious the bone cancer that has now involved the ulna in your forearm  means your bone cancer should be excluded. (Even though the bone cancer affecting your arm came about 35 years later.)

    In any event even while Obama claimed he was not part of the discussion, Rahm Emanuel and Liz Fowler worked out much of the writing of the major provisions of the 2000 page plus document that came about. (It was reported that the location that the duo used was the WH basement.) In return  for their efforts, Emanuel was able to never ever need to worry about a lack of Big Monied contributions to his successful campaign to become the mayor of Chicago. While Fowler soon held a cushy job for United health, at a fabulous salary. Just your typical Beltway quid pro quo.

    How do we know the non-reformed reform measure was to Big Industry’s liking? In addition to what Rahm and Liz saw happen to their lives, the stock prices of every major health insurer went through the roof within 48 hours of the passage of the ACA. (Oh and not only was it not a reform measure, it was not at all affordable, because much of the ability to have private insurance was, as you have noted,  no longer legal!)

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  16. Eugene Kriegsmann Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):
    Hence, corrupt education is Step #1.

    You got it! Hours and hours of idiotic workshops run by elite Blacks being paid incredible amounts of money to tell us, mostly white teachers, how we oppressed them, and if you question what they are saying you risk getting an unsatisfactory evaluation along with daily or weekly visitations from one or more of the administrators. Talk about harassment! Administrators do it with absolute style, requiring written lesson plans and all sorts other unnecessary paperwork to try to drive you out. I saw it repeatedly done to teachers who didn’t toe the mark. Worst of all, the union who should have been there to protect the teachers were deeply onboard with the program and completely useless at supporting educational freedom. When a new teacher sees this happen to a older, skilled teacher, how much chance is there that they will work to restore things that actually work like teaching reading and writing and math.

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  17. TheRightNurse, radiant figure of feminine kindness Member
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    While I largely agree about Obamacare, what vaccines are so new that children are getting 10x as many?  You do no favors to the cause with hyperbole like that. 

    Kids get varicella (chicken pox), flu (maybe) and HSV (maybe).  Along with covid, that makes 4.

    In the 80’s, we got our TDaP.  Varicella wasn’t a thing yet. We got MMR.  I’m not even sure if we even got Polio, since it didn’t exist. 

    So what are you saying?  That when we make vaccine advances for illnesses that scar people and cause long term problems we shouldn’t get them because…Pharma?  That we should just relinquish children to a preventable fate?  While Gardasil has its problems,  cervical cancer has its problems as well. 

    I’m pro-vaccine (when it works), all the way.   And being so skeptical that you actively cut off your child’s nose to spite their face is against all common sense.  There’s being sensible and prudent and then there’s being contrary.

    You’ve verged into contrary.

     

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  18. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    TheRightNurse, radiant figure … (View Comment):

    While I largely agree about Obamacare, what vaccines are so new that children are getting 10x as many? You do no favors to the cause with hyperbole like that.

    Kids get varicella (chicken pox), flu (maybe) and HSV (maybe). Along with covid, that makes 4.

    In the 80’s, we got our TDaP. Varicella wasn’t a thing yet. We got MMR. I’m not even sure if we even got Polio, since it didn’t exist.

    So what are you saying? That when we make vaccine advances for illnesses that scar people and cause long term problems we shouldn’t get them because…Pharma? That we should just relinquish children to a preventable fate? While Gardasil has its problems, cervical cancer has its problems as well.

    I’m pro-vaccine (when it works), all the way. And being so skeptical that you actively cut off your child’s nose to spite their face is against all common sense. There’s being sensible and prudent and then there’s being contrary.

    You’ve verged into contrary.

     

    You’re right. I failed on that one. Living in CA jaded my vision.

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  19. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    TheRightNurse, radiant figure … (View Comment):

    While I largely agree about Obamacare, what vaccines are so new that children are getting 10x as many? You do no favors to the cause with hyperbole like that.

    Kids get varicella (chicken pox), flu (maybe) and HSV (maybe). Along with covid, that makes 4.

    In the 80’s, we got our TDaP. Varicella wasn’t a thing yet. We got MMR. I’m not even sure if we even got Polio, since it didn’t exist.

    So what are you saying? That when we make vaccine advances for illnesses that scar people and cause long term problems we shouldn’t get them because…Pharma? That we should just relinquish children to a preventable fate? While Gardasil has its problems, cervical cancer has its problems as well.

    I’m pro-vaccine (when it works), all the way. And being so skeptical that you actively cut off your child’s nose to spite their face is against all common sense. There’s being sensible and prudent and then there’s being contrary.

    You’ve verged into contrary.

     

    I would have thought that by now, given your history of taking an unproven, ill designed COV vaccine and having it affect your health maybe you would have woken up to the larger picture.

    Measles is not a killer disease. In order to  arrive at the tremendously scary statistics pediatricians use to convince parents to jab up their kids with the MMR’s, vaccine manufacturers send personnel to go off to the barrios of the poorest places south of the border where they can find huge numbers of children who do die from measles. But here is the reason for those deaths: they die from the measles because they are continually de-hydrated from chronic diarrhea, lack of clean drinking water, basic normal hygienic matters such as running hot and cold running water and soap, chronic malnutrition and oftemn these impoverished kids are infested with worms. Clean water and nourishing food would be a far better thing to offer these children, but the Pharmaceutical companies have a product to sell and a profit margin to consider, and they offer enough incentives to local officials in those god forsaken places that the kids die.

    But parents in the USA know none of this and so they get their kids jabbed up with the MMR. Because after all,  as good American citizens they have been brainwashed since Grade Six that Dr Edward Jenner advanced human health, although to do that he killed his own son off in one of his experiments!

    The current childhood schedule for children in California is 71 vaccines for any and all who attend public  kindergarten to 12 grade. This includes the rushed into development gardasil vaccine – a vaccine whose main claim to fame is that it can reduce and eliminate genital warts in two years. (Which is just about the same amount of time many of these warts actually resolve on their own.)

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  20. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Since I remember getting only a handful of vaccines as a kid, the number now in CA is indeed at least 10x, but I failed in assuming that such is the case throughout the U.S.

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  21. Arahant Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Since I remember getting only a handful of vaccines as a kid, the number now in CA is indeed at least 10x, but I failed in assuming that such is the case throughout the U.S.

    I got polio, tetanus, and smallpox vaccines, I think. That was about it. We didn’t get vaccines for measles, mumps, German measles (rubella), or chicken pox. I had all of those. That was how we did it back then.

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  22. Saint Augustine Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Since I remember getting only a handful of vaccines as a kid, the number now in CA is indeed at least 10x, but I failed in assuming that such is the case throughout the U.S.

    I got polio, tetanus, and smallpox vaccines, I think. That was about it. We didn’t get vaccines for measles, mumps, German measles (rubella), or chicken pox. I had all of those. That was how we did it back then.

    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

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  23. Arahant Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

    The diseases or vaccines?

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  24. Percival Thatcher
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

    The diseases or vaccines?

    Yes.

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  25. Arahant Member
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    Percival (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

    The diseases or vaccines?

    Yes.

    But when will they come up with a vaccine for what you’ve got?

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  26. Rodin Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Since I remember getting only a handful of vaccines as a kid, the number now in CA is indeed at least 10x, but I failed in assuming that such is the case throughout the U.S.

    I got polio, tetanus, and smallpox vaccines, I think. That was about it. We didn’t get vaccines for measles, mumps, German measles (rubella), or chicken pox. I had all of those. That was how we did it back then.

    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

    I had measles and chickenpox together when I was 3. My only memory is being in an oxygen tent at the hospital. I guess today they would just stick a canula on you. Old technology.

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  27. Saint Augustine Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    I think I’ve had all those except for chicken pox.

    The diseases or vaccines?

    Vaxes. Probably not any of the diseases.

    Well, probably chicken pox, but a very mild case.

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  28. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    Mark, I discovered this interview  hot off the presses — these discussions with Dr Robert Malone and two of his “Low Lands” colleagues in the Netherlands.

    This is one of the most comprehensive educational videos on so many aspects of the situation with regards to

    1. the recently emerging field of the mRNA genetic “solution” for humanity
    2. the way that # 1 above, originally intended to perhaps address just one or two minor tweaks an individual needed, such as say, an embryo whose life would be improved if a technology existed to alter the Sickle Cell Anemia gene that  the embryo had as part and parcel of his or her DNA, but then somehow  the mRNA genetic “solution” had been shoved into the field of vaccinology
    3. this “shove” over to vaccinology would not have brought humanity to the point we are at now, where the vaccines for COVID are ineffective, counter productive and injurious to boot, if perhaps the mRNA vaccines had been properly classified as mRNA genetic experiments rather than as mere vaccines. (The simpler classification of being vaccines meant far far fewer testing was done.)
    4. the deliberate tinkering and devolution of the very language that has traditionally been used in science and especially the field of medicine, including the terms “herd immunity” “vaccines” and other important concepts
    5. the explanation of why the COVID vaccine program could not keep up with the newly emerging variants and how it is that variants keep cropping up (The COV vaccines gave our bodies such a particular schooling that tremendously emphasized the immune cells in our bodies should look specifically – and only for – the original SARS COV 2 virus, while ignoring any offshoots. While those who have remained unvaccinated have their immune systems still on high alert for all viruses – not just SARS COV 2 virus, but any similar viruses as well. This explains why just this week it has been revealed that 96% of all who have died of COVID and its variants in the UK  since the Dec 2020 vaccine release were people who had gotten their jab
    1. Link to the video is in the next comment
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  29. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    I neglected to put the video link in for my Reply #28.

    Here is the remarkable interview with Dr Theo Schetters and Robert Malone:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/raDO9C4Vq9xg/

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  30. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill (View Comment):

    I neglected to put the video link in for my Reply #28.

    Here is the remarkable interview with Dr Theo Schetters and Robert Malone:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/raDO9C4Vq9xg/

    Thanks so much. Malone embodies what medical ethics should be. 

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