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Perhaps the most heartbreaking and damaging of all of the betrayals over the last two years are the ones by our healthcare providers. >95% have completely folded to the narrative on masks, vaccines, etc. and most have become militantly supportive of the regime. Good luck finding a single pediatrician in the US right now who doesn't recommend vaccines for *every* child (the one we've seen for nearly 20 years is 100% on board) or any physician who will even acknowledge natural immunity. They have all been more than cowardly in this; their actions have been criminal and they should all be held accountable for what they have done.

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Which is why, right now, I cannot imagine ever, ever trusting any doctor again. We are on our own. Act accordingly. As a happy accident, I've discovered that before Big Pharma, doctors routinely and effectively used a LOT of different herbal remedies. Check out Stephen Buhner, the American eclectics, and traditional Chinese medicine. There's a great deal that you can do for yourself. Reliance on modern western medicine has taken away our power and confidence to research and help ourselves.

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I know this is probably an unwelcome diversion, but replace "any doctor" with "any Catholic bishop" and it works just as well for me.

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Not unwelcome, Fred. I'm not Catholic, but I did happen to be looking for a new church when this circus started. Gave up. Because all I see are church leaders recommending that everyone get vaxxed. It is utterly disgraceful how Christian church leaders have remained silent, or taken the oppressing side, during this debacle.

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Agreed. I was horrified to see that Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse had set up vaccine clinics in NC! I'm afraid about what it's going to take for some of these people to wake up.

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"I'm afraid about what it's going to take for some of these people to wake up"

Death, or serious harm, I would imagine.

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Already my thinking, which is why I'm afraid. I just don't know how much though as so many deaths and injuries are already being denied or dismissed.

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Same here, Birdingmom. I had always liked him, until now.

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Very true. I just had a conversation with my father about his final wishes. He is not sick but it suddenly dawned on me that he was a lifelong, staunch Catholic but the church left him. I wasn’t sure if he still wanted a Catholic funeral. Sadly, he does not. I do not blame him. As he said, the Church left him during the Obama years. Oh how I wish he could get back all those donations, every week, for decades. It’s terribly sad. Our long line of staunch Catholics in my family that stretches back to the late 1800s is done.

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I hope he has not lost his hope in Christ. He is the real mediator and the only one any of us can pin any hope on at all.

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He has not and never will. I am so grateful I was raised Catholic and went to Catholic school when it meant something. A wonderful foundation for life. Unchanged interior religious life.

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A relief! Nice to read something good today. I AM sorry about how he must feel though. Betrayal I am sure.

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I agree with you. After many disappointments I left the Catholic and episcopal churches. No more organized religion for me. I pray to God before I get out of bed and a few times during the day He and I have private conversations. It’s my faith that gets me through.

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Archbishop Vigano seems to have his head on straight. He is regularly speaking out against the narrative. Therefore there will be many thousands of others.

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Abp. Viganó is a true hero of these final days.

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I should probably mention that I'm still Catholic and will always be Catholic, because I believe it is the truth.

Furthermore, we know from Jesus Himself that in the last days He would have to shorten the time of the Apocalypse or else there would be no one left who believes.

So apostates like our Vatican II (anti-) pope, bishops and priests are not a surprise, just a HUGE disappointment.

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There are other Christians besides Catholics. I could never join your church as it currently is, but I know there are many Christians within it. Peace!

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What church could you join, or remain in, as it currently is?

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Only the Church founded by Our Lord Jesus at Mt. 16:18: the Holy Roman Catholic Church, which He founded upon the Rock of Peter, and personally gave it His authority.

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My own, which is small-o orthodox.

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Yes. Viganó is awesome.

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The greatest takeaway from the last two years is how desperately we need to return to self-suffiency. Medicine, media, education, etc… blow the whole damn thing up. It starts in your own home first. We’ve now learned who our true friends are and which family members have our backs.

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This is the way. Keep the things on hand that you can to care for yourself at home. Learn to grow a garden, even if just in pots. Someone I think in this thread wanted yearly checkup tests. You can now order many blood tests online. Many health problems come from what we eat, we just have to pay more attention. The 1939 Back to Eden book is interesting in that he tells you which foods may be affecting you in different ways. More was recognized back then about nutrition. One look at the USDA food pyramid will tell you that we are no better for government intervention in that.

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Complete agreement. This crisis has exposed the dangers of intertwining government payments with healthcare.

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Or in other words, Obamacare.

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Thanks for the recos. I also have "Where There Is No Doctor" on my Amazon list. Written for like Peace Corps volunteers in third-world countries. I feel that unless I am unconscious or in excrutiating pain, I do not want to go to the doctor anymore. Not that they'd let me in anyway (unvaxxed).

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For herb resources, I highly recommend 1st Chinese Herbs (US-based), Pacific Botanicals, and Woodland Essence.

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I highly recommend Back to Eden by Jethro Kloss, originally written in 1939. For kitties etc., Herbs for Pets by Wulff and Tilford.

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Tbh, the pets book is great for humans, too. My soul dog, a black lab mix named Molly Belle (slightly older than 18 when she died), led me down a holistic path. This made me very aware of “Franken” foods, pharmaceuticals and skepticism of the medical establishment. Dr. Martin Goldstein’s book The Nature of Animal Healing has a chapter on “The Dubious Legacy of Vaccines.”

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Thank you just ordered both!

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Agreed, all of our local doctors went all in. Pharmacists would not fill prescriptions for ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine. Whatever happened to do no harm?

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Problem with "do no harm" is that the definition of "harm". To the typical doctor, "harm" now means rejecting the vaxx, not wearing masks, taking "unapproved medicines"; the latter, however, has been an issue for decades.

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They interpreted “Do no harm … to my license and livelihood.”

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Basically. And in certain cases, "Do no harm...to all the sweet, sweet kickbacks I receive for selling out my profession."

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This is very true. One of the reasons for this is that very few physicians are still in private practice. One of the greatest impetuses for this change was Obamacare, which so increased the regulatory and cost burdens to the point doctors became mere employees. Now they must follow the orders of bureaucrats and administrators, and defy them at their peril.

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And we see how Obamacare was put in place to take away choice from individuals, families and doctors. They’re playing the long game and we are too scared to be brave for one single day!

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Thank you for that. My daughter and I were just discussing yesterday how few docs are in independent practice now, but I never knew the reason. Seems the plandemic was many, many years in the making...

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What was really eye-opening for me, was back in 2012 I went to my orthopedic surgeon for a follow-up, and I had to fill out new paperwork because his practice was being absorbed by a healthcare corp. When I asked him about it, he said "Yup, after 27 years in private practice, I'm now just an employee". He actually shared, at great length, the cost structures and regulations that were put in place by ACA that precipitated his decision. Same thing happened to my primary care doctor. He told me that in a couple of years almost no doctors would be in private practice, and that was the way the government wanted it, "so they can control what we do".

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My cardiologist and my PCP are still staunchly in private practice and they’re damn proud of it. Rebels. 👍

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Ugh! Thanks for the explanation.

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We have had almost 60 years of it in Canada. 1984, "The Canada Health Act" was imposed to break physicians' independence, and has worked well. As any other government promise, it has not made Canada "healthier."

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Big Pharma has been methodically destroying all competition for 100 years. They are truly satanic.

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Absolutely the goal of Obamacare. Now everyone is under the umbrella of a hospital because the paperwork was too costly and burdensome. Toe the line or lose your income. We only have 2 insurance companies to choose from, rationed healthcare. Raul Emmanuel got his wish…John MCCain sealed the deal.

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Exactly, Snowdog. You nailed it. Independent doctors are almost impossible to find.

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Exactly right. We handed over medical judgment from the physician to CMS.

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Yes, we know to distrust politicians because their loyalties belong to whoever lines their pockets, but doctors? Now it’s obvious, they too are beholden to who line their pockets, they no longer live by the Hippocratic Oath, just their bank accounts.

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Did you read the profile in Courage of Dr. Tess Lawrie today over at Margaret Anna Alice's Substack? It presents the stark realities of the lined pocket - and in Dr. Lawrie's case - those who bravely confront it. It is worth a read: https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/profiles-in-courage-dr-tess-lawrie

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NO. Those of you who have deliberately avoided chiropractors, acupuncturists and naturopathic physicians for your primary healthcare are now finding out what a huge mistake you have made. The naturopathic medical curriculum includes the entire conventional medical school curriculum, which is why we must pass USMLE clinical board exams in every area of medicine for licensing, and that is only half of it. The other half of the curriculum comprises nutrition, botanical medicine and other natural modalities. We talk about and support natural immunity all the time. Here is my most recent article on it: https://colleenhuber.substack.com/p/immunology-1011

That is why you will see 60+ year old athletes in our professions. We walk our talk. I am not referring by the way to the "alt med" prostitutes who fawn over vaccines on Facebook. I am talking about the very real alternative healthcare practitioners, including functional MDs, who are in every state.

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A christian naturopath doc prescribed me ivermectin. Brave soul these days. I am forever grateful.

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My PCP was a holistic doc. I went to him for over 30 years. He quit during the Covid shutdown. His staff said he was fed up with all the crap and retired. During my miserable bout with Bell’s palsy he treated me holistically. Saved me from total permanent paralyzation. God how I miss that man.

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This is so important! People should understand, walking away from the now clearly morally bankrupt and bureaucratically indentured allopathic establishment doesn't mean just vanishing into the wilderness. Well-established alternatives have always been here for us.

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Yes, well said. We've been here all the time

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Thank you for this! I was never sure what a naturopathic doctor actually was. Will be looking for one locally, now.

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Perhaps your physician gets most of his opinions from watching CNN? My mother used to think what a Dr. said was directly from GOD. Doctors I've been to to get my yearly check-up went to Med school to afford a big house and a membership at the Country Club. They have their training and a prescription pad. Most know more about the latest models of golf clubs than they do about Covid, but in their defense, where would you expect them to find out the facts about Covid, the same site the media fact checkers use?

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No, Harry, I would, at least, expect them to do as much work as I did. I’m no doctor but even I smelled a rat early on.

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"Doctors I've been to get my yearly check-up...."

We might want to start with the ridiculous over-reliance on the medical establishment as well as their shrouded masters, Big Pharma.

No one needs 11 Rx's. Unless you have a chronic condition no one needs annual physician's appointments - except for your physician's boat payments. The boat ain't gonna pay for itself.

Nancy Reagan was right: just say NO.

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My insurance doesn't require a primary care physician. Getting my yearly blood screening, which can spot problems early, has been difficult, because when I pick a Dr. for that they all want to ask too many questions and fill out my life story on paper. When I explain I just want a blood test which they can do by getting out their prescription pad and sending me to Quest Diagnostics. I have actually been shown the door by one Dr. who took offense when he could sense my attitude which I admit (but was polite about) was comparable to someone looking to get the oil and filter changed in their car. I finally got the Dr. who did my colonoscopy to write the prescription and when the results came back to him, they never called me. After a few weeks I called them and the receptionist sent me the detailed report. I spent a lot of time and effort getting something so simple done, and had already paid for.

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There are a number of online sites where you can select the blood tests you want, print it and take it to Quest. I don't have insurance here in the U.S. but the cost is very reasonable. I have used RequestAtest.com. If I see a problem in the results, I might consider a doctor, but probably a naturopath. There are other sites where you can get a prescription for common issues - uti etc.

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BTW, some friends who have had cancer have nothing but praise for the care they have received in a hospital setting. I understand there are lots of dedicated specialists who have dedicated their lives to their work. I doubt you'll find that type doing primary care with a shared practice in a strip mall of Dr. offices.

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Happy my kid, who works in behavioral health and was never shut down, that she stuck with her gut, had conversations with her superiors even though pushed into a corner at times, and won (still has her job but subject to testing). She loves her job, and love the kids who get "thrown away" (wards of the state most of them) to make this type of sacrifice. But the shot- no- she was ready to quit. I am so proud of her.

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sucky to have to be tested, with her knowledge she can note the cycles of the test, over a certain number and the false positives are drastically increased.....

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Haven’t played with it yet but perhaps the answer is here?

Search Open Payments

Search for payments made by drug and medical device companies to physicians and teaching hospitals.

Open Payments data is from January 2014 through December 31, 2020. See our about page for more information. https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov/

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There are ways around this reporting, just FYI. This is manipulated data. Every physician knows how to manipulate what is reported. This was a nice attempt by Grassley, et al, but as with all things it can be circumnavigated.

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Early on I sent out an SOS to a doctor friend...no reply...here is that again, for reflection..In February, 2021, Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D. and a number of his colleagues warned the European Medicines Agency about the potential danger of blood clots and cerebral vein thrombosis in millions of people receiving experimental gene-based injections. STILL ON YOUTUBE TODAY!!! a suprise

https://youtu.be/pyPjAfNNA-U Perspectives on the Pandemic | "Blood Clots and Beyond" . Feburary 2021

The only responses i got were that I just dont understand numbers, from a male relative, and how sad and misled I was being. Such silence now.

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They won't early treat. How many would have been saved? 85%? How many wouldn't have suffered as much? 100%.

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In Australia some doctors are refusing to see unvaccinated patients and refusing to see children if their parents are unvaccinated. This includes cancer and other life saving treatments. In one state they have banned transplants for unvaccinated patients. I hope they are held accountable eventually.

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My mammogram facility will not care for you unless you’re vaxxed. Read it!! They will turn you and your life threatening breast cancer issue away if you are not jabbed with a trial therapeutic of which long term affects are unknown. TURN YOU AWAY!! Ffs🤦‍♀️

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Wow, people have lost their humanity. Like the word itself is no longer in existence.

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They will be. It's just a matter of time.

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The charge is nothing less than mass murder.

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I had to reread the text conversation I had with a “friend” the other day to make sure it really happened. How he started off by saying he was vaxxed simply so he could continue his comfortable existence, then how he thought saying NO was a futile act, then how being the oppressor is not necessarily bad if you’re on the side of the oppressor and finally that my anger towards being lied to and the unnecessary suffering and deaths caused was unwarranted. An image flashed through my mind: I was hiding and my “friend” was pointing out to the police where. The ease with which people have rolled over to the farcical narrative pedalled by the media has been blinding to us all. It takes all of five minutes to prove what they are saying is wrong. But wrong doesn’t mean anything anymore. We live in a post-fact world it seems where the line is no longer drawn through truth but merely what is popular and convenient.

Astounded Down Under

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I said before—- these people would out Anne Frank. No question in my mind.

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We've all cut some old "friends" loose over this. You have to, to stay sane.

https://markoshinskie8de.substack.com/p/mocking-coronamania

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I’ve cut loose some friends and family and I’m far better off for it!

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It's because the line was never drawn through truth, it just happened to overlap with it much more than it does now.

This is a new, destructive filter (sometimes also called a v-meme) that simply strays farther from observable reality than other filters. But whether or not its truthful isn't the design consideration.

https://www.bookdepository.com/Win-Bigly-Scott-Adams/9780735219731

https://empathy.guru/so-whats-a-v-meme/ (I find some of this too simplistic but there you go)

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We do not live in a post-fact world.

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You may not, but the vast majority do. In fact the despise the truth.

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Because the Truth is not in them (I should add).

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It's more accurate to say we live in a post-truth culture, but refusal to look at facts is part of that.

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President Kennedy was fond of quoting Dante that ‘the hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who, in a time of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality.’”

           From Foreword, by Robert F. Kennedy of  Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy.

“We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentors, not the tormented. Wherever anyone is persecuted for their race or political views, that place must become the center of the universe.” Elie Wiesel, acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize, 1986

"Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph."   -Haile Selassie

I have a lifelong interest in courage, cowardice and bystanders, motivated by awareness of the Holocaust, - did some research on psychology of the courageous personality.

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"The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." - Albert Einstein

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That is merely a subset of evil. If you stand by quietly as people are run thru the woodchipper it is evil.

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That is one of the Einstein quotes I cited in “Letter to a Scientifically-Minded Friend” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-a-scientifically-minded)!

Only the version I have is slightly different:

“The world is in greater peril from those who tolerate or encourage evil than from those who actually commit it.”

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Love your quotes and quite coincidental since I just launched my Profiles in Courage series (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/profiles-in-courage-dr-tess-lawrie), as noted in my comment above :-)

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I am so pleased to discover you! Another kindred spirit. I will subscribe. I love your post.

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What an honor to welcome you to my blossoming Substack community, Diane, and you are on my list to profile! :-)

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I was thinking that when I was reading your earlier post here.

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Thank you. I subscribed.

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How wonderful to welcome you, Momo, and I am deeply grateful for your support! 🙏

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I conduct trauma trainings, and regardless of the number of people who receive invites, only 10-12 show up. The people who show, whether professionals or not, show the same profile- high levels of anxiety/depression and teetering on post trauma and freeze response. Their coping skills completely overwhelmed, so even when they c an opening to get off the sinking ship, they can't 🥺

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Thanks for that point and you important work

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Every word you wrote is pure gold

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Todah, Good to connect

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"In the end we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."

Martin Luther King

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...and it's amazing. Life is scary. Death is real. We all die. There are literally 100's, if not 1000's of "scarier" things in life besides viruses or illness. I almost slipped on the ice the other day and it could have been a life ending event for me. Should I just never leave the house if there's ice? Should I never take a shower because the tub/shower is one of the most dangerous places in a home? Should I never get in the car? Should I never... We have courage for almost every other dangerous thing in life, but all of a sudden, our courage disappears because of a hyped up "virus", when "viruses" have been with us since the dawn of time? It's baffling. And as I often say, if we don't stop this now and find our courage now, we most definitely will have something to be absolutely terrified of in the not-so-distant future. Despots owning our bodies and telling us when we can eat, work, recreate and everything else. Now *that's* definitely something to be scared of...

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Don't be silly! It's not about never leaving your house because of ice! It's about admitting that a machine will always know better than you, and can make split-milisecond observations about the terrain, weather conditions, your personal state of inner-ear balance, joint-flexibility, shoe tread, etc., and thus also admitting that you would be the weirdest kind of fool NOT to delegate all bodily control and mental observatory powers over to some program or app or chip that can simply handle the TERRIFYING ACTIVITY of walking on an icy street for you. (And as we all know machines and computers NEVER glitch or malfunction, either!) Besides, you won't mind delegating your humanity to a programmed device once your insurance company, your workplace, your educational institution, your bank, and 70% of your social circle all demand this kind of acquiescence anyway. The fines for non-compliance will be too steep, and you will be shunned for being an individualist, not a collectivist.

It IS baffling. You are right--we MUST stop this now, but I am afraid that every time I start spouting off about "personal responsibility" and "well we did just fine without apps and even a lot of modern medicine for thousands of years," I lose people with my somewhat ludd-ish views. This stance of "I'd rather take my chances on the ice" is stunningly unpopular, now.

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What more can be said? In the end the only thing to do when the horrible terrifying beast of fate comes to stare you in the face is to stare directly back. Trembling in fear and anguish serves no useful purpose. It may take you if it will, but refuse to cower before it any longer.

From a man who has stared into the face of the beast:

“We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.”

“One person, … one person of integrity, can make a difference, a difference of life and death.” - Elie Weisel

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In the final analysis history will not be kind to the cowards in the medical proffession, the MSM, the bureaucracies, and politics. Yes some are simply ignorant but many others are cowards. Knowing and being silent is complicity. We will not forget.

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Some are also loudly complicit.

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Powerful commentary. I write this from a hotel where my family is staying after losing our home and pretty much everything we own following a tornado that struck last week. We were fortunate to survive. My wife is very deep in her faith and believes that this is all part of God’s plan. I, on the other hand, see the world as an arbitrary place where bad things can happen to decent people and where a guy like Hunter Biden continues to thrive.

We moved to this state from a blue state in the hope of giving our kids a more normal life. My wife will soon be unemployed due to her company’s vaccine mandate. I still have my job but if I maintain my stance I will also soon be unemployed.

There is no doubt in my mind that Fauci, et al. Are unhinged. However, looking around at the people still adorned in their masks - even in this very red state - and talking with people to whom getting vaccinated was a natural choice regardless of any risk, I can’t but help to wonder whether any of this is worth it. Humanity is on a high bridge with a rapidly approaching freight train.

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OMG, I am so sorry for your losses. At least you suffered no loss of life. I hope you have the resources to get a re-fresh start without too much difficulty. Stuff is not the all, but it is also not the "nothing" some people claim...

Re: masks, 2 days ago nobody in my local hardware/farm store was masked. The workers have always had masks, st least hanging around their necks. But not a mask in sight.

I returned yesterday for an item I forgot. Everybody was masked, except me! Everybody!

As I write this, I'm remembering that 2 days ago, 2 women came in with masks. One looked old & sad, & I looked on her with pity. But the other was young & laughing & joking. I looked on her like she was nuts.

Now I'm wondering if she ratted out the staff...

I live in purple Maine & was literally looking at Kentucky & Tennessee as red states to move to when those tornadoes struck. I just last Tuesday deleted the homes for sale that I had linked to the week before, & decided it would be safer to shelter in place in rural Maine...

TPTB will likely target red states for punishment, while ignoring red backyards near blue cities. A place for those behind enemy lines to sabotage from the inside out, so to speak.

Really there is no escape from this fight. Wherever you are is a place to fight from.

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Stay strong EJ. You and your family will get through this.

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Sorry to hear all that... keep moving South.

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Terrible situation/ keep moving south I agree. Florida is wide open as are most suburbs and 100% rural areas in all southern states.

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Do Not Comply. Keep up the pressure. With as small of a defiance as ignoring mask mandates (no one has asked me even when I’m the only one in a store without it), leaving a restaurant or store that does insist, spending your money elsewhere & making it be known, even if politely. Your courage may embolden someone else too. https://nypost.com/2021/12/17/boeing-suspends-vaccination-mandate-for-us-based-employees/

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Always leave a store or restaurant politely. Always. You can be a little loud ... as if you have a naturally loud voice...to ensure people hear your message. But pleasant & polite.

If you act angry or offended, you will turn off more people to your message.

In fact, if you are clever about it, by being super nice, you'll be able to speak longer without interruption & get a really compelling message through to more people. 😆

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Sí, el gato!! This is why I just launched my new Profiles in Courage series, kicking it off with Dr. Tess Lawrie (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/profiles-in-courage-dr-tess-lawrie). I cannot think of a better representation of pushback against corruption and tyranny than her fearless confrontation of Dr. Andrew “Shill” Hill.

Highlighting heroic individuals who choose integrity, freedom, and love over complicity, tyranny, and fear is inspirational and has already prompted people to start standing up and speaking out. Thank you for helping to light that fire! 🙌🔥

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Today’s Dr Mercola’s newsletter contains Dr.Jessica Rose’s work on deciphering the CDC VAERS. She asks for the immediate halt to experimental biologicals based on her findings. Just keep sending these kind of papers based on research and science to,every single person you know. Tweet, telegram etc. love substack for its freedom and well written informative data.

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I tried starting a protest and rally in my local community to protest lockdowns. Maybe 5 people showed up. I was heartbroken!

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That's ok. Don't give up. Keep going. In time you'll gather more people. Even five have a powerful voice. You did something.

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Be proud, youve done more than most. Keep up the good work.

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Smashing. We are the change we're waiting for. It's never surprising though to see how courage eludes the "experts" whose salaries and stock options depend on it. One might call them traitors.

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If only it would take 2 weeks to undo the damage. I may have this wrong but I believe it was Andy Dufresne in Shawshank redemption who was not happy with the warden's lockdown policies:

"Get busy living or get busy complying"

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There's something deeper and more pervasive going on- I conduct trauma trainings, and regardless of who/how many show, they all manifest overwhelming levels of anxiety/depression. Their coping skills completely inadequate. Just like rats in a maze experiment, even when they c an opening, they can't/won't take the exit. 🙄

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Most of us have had the same conditioning as caged animals. Most won't leave the cage even when the door is opened.

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We live in challenging times. I agree. Doctors have failed us. But over time, they've been maneuvered into the position they're in. Don't follow 'the standard of care' and you lose your medical license. Dr. Paul Marek, co-fonder of the < https://flccc.net > has just been fired. He lost the case he brought against his Hospital. He wanted to use Ivermectin to treat a critically ill patient. Remember, this is a slow motion 'coup d'etat' of global democracy. It's huge with very powerful individuals driving this. I have a friend who's married with 2 kids. He angrily responded to me by saying that only 10% really have 'choice'... while the remaining 90% are screwed. I do not agree. And I do NOT blame the Doctors, who themselves are just 'pawns' in this slow motion chess game. HEY... no excuses ! If you have to quit your job, sell your house and move to another state, or out of the country... then face up to the challenge. Yes... the Doctors bear culpability... but they're 'captured' and that doesn't excuse us from seeing this as it really is... an acting accordingly.

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Actually, Dr. Marek was using Ivermectin and other drugs to treat and save critically ill patients for over a year. In October, Sentara presented him with a list of drugs, including Ivermectin, that he could no longer use.

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Agree with much that you say....but the doctors are no more "captured" than any of the rest of us who are losing our jobs or making huge adjustments to our living circumstances. They should do the same, rather than cave on the most basic premise of their profession...."do no harm."

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