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We Bless Thee

giphy2For graciously accepting from me and my fellow Americans $4,000,000,000.00 a year for the last 4 decades, we bless thee.

For accepting our most sophisticated weapons technology and military systems and appropriating it for yourself without paying the American patent holders, we bless thee.

For ordering a sustained attack against a United States ship, the USS Liberty, in an attempt to drag the US into a war, killing 35 and wounding 170 American sailors, we bless thee.

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At the end of the show the hypnotist told his subjects, “Awake.”

Something unusual happened.

One of the subjects awoke all the way. This had never happened before. His name was George Nada and he blinked out at the sea of faces in the theatre, at first unaware of anything out of the ordinary. Then he noticed, spotted here and there in the crowd, the non-human faces, the faces of the Fascinators. They had been there all along, of course, but only George was really awake, so only George recognized them for what they were. He understood everything in a flash, including the fact that if he were to give any outward sign, the Fascinators would instantly command him to return to his former state, and he would obey.

He left the theatre, pushing out into the neon night, carefully avoiding any indication that he saw the green, reptilian flesh or the multiple yellow eyes of the rulers of the earth. One of them asked him, “Got a light buddy?” George gave him a light, then moved on.

At intervals along the street George saw the posters hanging with photographs of the Fascinators’ multiple eyes and various commands printed under them, such as, “Work eight hours, play eight hours, sleept eight hours,” and “Marry and Reproduce.” A TV set in the window of a store caught George’s eye, but he looked away in the nick of time. When he didn’t look at the Fascinator in the screen, he could resist the command, “Stay tuned to this station.”

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Untitled1Nobody outside of you or your family cares if you die. Same is true for me and everyone else. IF there is a link between something in the vaccines and autism in certain individuals, the people producing/selling the vaccines and paying the doctors will do everything in their power to keep that information under wraps. Everyone from the top down makes big money on vaccines from the billionaires at the top to the doctors who give them (in some instances doctors get bonuses for reaching a vaccines quota set by the company who sells the vaccines).

My daughter has autism and if there ever is proof that it was caused by a mixture of a vaccine and some kind of preexisting condition or the vaccine reacting poorly to her particular body I will never stop seeing red. Ever. I hope my daughter will eventually be high functioning and every day she reminds me of how and why she’s awesome, but that doesn’t take away the pain. I can’t talk to my kid and she can’t talk to to me. She can’t say “I love you”, only if she repeats me saying it first. Which means nothing by the way, since all she really does is copy/recite me or the TV. I doubt I’ll ever see her walk down the aisle. I doubt she’ll ever be able to move away. She’ll forever be under my roof which is sad for her, not me. Her life will most likely be stunted and other than speech therapy/early schooling etc… There’s nothing I can do about it.

I would have not vaccinated her in a heart beat. I hate that argument. “autism is better than being dead!”. Fuck you. Don’t tell me and my daughter how lucky we are just to be alive when she’s 25 still wearing diapers and unable to properly express her thoughts and feelings.

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2018-03-24

Yeah, right.

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In response to school shootings, the Soros-affiliated organization, “Women’s March,” organized and coordinated a nationwide student “walkout” to protest “guns.”

Before jumping on the bandwagon to walkout and “march,” one might ask,

  1. What exactly is being advocated?
  2. Who’s behind “Women’s March”?

1. What’s being advocated?

According to CNN, the Women’s March walkout is, “demanding that Congress take legislative action on gun control.” (https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/18/us/national-student-walkout-womens-march-trnd/index.html)

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In other words, the walkout is a protest in favor of gun control–and against the Second Amendment of the US Constitution.

The Women’s March walkout is an attempt to use our kids as publicity pawns in an ongoing public opinion war against the Second Amendment, and against the US Constitution.

  • These kids are not marching for their lives.
  • They’re just marching around to someone’s tune.

These kids have been dragged into a political struggle by adults, used as an appeal to emotion, and got an “out of school” pass to go “protest.” They’re egged on by 24/7 coverage with sensational headlines “March for our lives” “Am I Next” See the appeal to emotion?

Don’t kids deserve better than to be used as pawns?

What bothers me about the whole “March for our lives” thing, is that if people really wanted to save lives they would be marching for health care or education or something that would do a lot more to save lives and the safety of the population.

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Highly recommended . . . 

Michael Greger, M.D.

Year-in-review video presentations (about 1-2 hours each):

Explore his free website (short videos summarizing the peer-reviewed research on 100s of nutrition topics) here: NutritionFacts.org.

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