“Violence creates many more social problems than it solves…. If they succumb to the temptation of using violence in their struggle, unborn generations will be the recipients of a long and desolate night of bitterness, and our chief legacy to the future will be an endless reign of meaningless chaos. Violence isn’t the way.”—Martin Luther King […]This Way Lies Madness: The Summer of Hate Meets the Age of Intolerance
I have a second child on the way in a few weeks!! A few days ago, my wife found some U.S. bond bought for her when she was born. My mom had created a money market fund for my son that was 3%. When I was a kid – you could go into a bank […]How I would advise my children today on how to invest: how 2020 changed everything
Source – off-guardian.org
– “…We were told the virus would kill millions in the US alone, and that was false. We were told lockdowns would make it go away, and that was false. We were told we would only be confined until the rate of new cases leveled off, and that was false…Most unforgivably of all, we were told — and told, and told — that morality was entirely on the side of the democracy-destroyers. That was a lie of breathtaking proportions”
SM:...We are here to WATCH over you – Assume full fetal position….
Lies, Damned Lies, & COVID-19 – By Michael Lesher
Growing up as I did in the Cold War, I still experience a special kind of shudder whenever I come across an anecdote like that of Katya Soldak, whose Soviet nursery school teacher once showed her class a photograph clipped from a Western newspaper, “depicting skinny…
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Characterized by how they respond to information, modern societies are made up of four archetypes of people — idiots, zealots, elitists and patriots. Idiots refuse information, zealots refute information, elitists misuse information and patriots seek and distribute information. These archetypes are true of patriarchal societies around the world, and has probably been the case since Homo habilis was a […]Idiots, Zealots, Elitists and Patriots: The 4 Monkeys of Modern Society
There is an ancient adage and image that depicts the thinking and being of people through a series of archetypal monkeys; Hear no evil, see no evil, and speak no evil. Commonly known as The Wise Monkeys or The Three Wise Monkeys they are typically depicted sitting next to each other in a row. One covers its eyes, […]The Fourth Monkey; the true wise man
“What’s been most striking to me is just how one-sided the rules are when Americans take on their own government…. It has been dismaying to learn the extent to which rules and laws shield the government from accountability for its abuses—or even lawbreaking…. It’s been a long and frightening lesson…. The rules seem rigged to […]The System Is Rigged: Qualified Immunity Is How the Police State Stays in Power
History has shown they will follow their masters orders – even so far as putting their own brothers and sisters into the ground… unless “WE THE PEOPLE” live and move as one – we will never overcome.
Dr. Richard Day taught at Mount Sinai from 1968 until he retired in 1971. Earlier he had been national medical director of Planned Parenthood (1965-1968); professor and chairman of the department of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh (1956 to 1965); professor and chairman of the department of pediatrics in the Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn (1953 to 1956) and associate professor at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University (1935 to 1953) | New York Times Obituary, June 16, 1989
On March 20th, 1969, the late Dr Lawrence Dunegan (1923-2004) attended an astonishing lecture at a meeting of the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society. The lecturer was Dr Richard Day (1905-1989), who at the time was Professor of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai Medical School in New York. Day had previously served as Medical Director of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Dr Dunegan had been a student of Dr Day…
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Iowa State University defines biohazardous waste as “All biologically contaminated waste that could potentially cause harm to humans, domestic or wild animals or plants. Examples include human and animal blood, tissues, and certain body fluids, recombinant DNA, and human, animal or plant pathogens.”
“Infectious waste is waste that is (or has potential to be) contaminated and can spread diseases, viruses, and bacteria. It is common in places that deal with plant and animal tissues and fluids, pathogens, and recombinant DNA.”
What I want to know is where the hell are all the biohazardous waste trash cans located at?
I haven’t seen any – AND if this blasted virus is so bad… then masks and gloves NEED TO BE PUT in the proper place.
I would hate for all this (potentially) contamination to be continuously spread around.
Ready for a huge heady rush of nostalgia? Check out this amazing compilation of ’80s movie clips arranged into a trilogy of trailers… and then see if you don’t want to go back to do an ’80s movie marathon right after (don’t worry, we’ve got a few suggestions for you!):A Fantastic Journey Through The ’80s Movies
There’s a need for an updated quote from the book Nineteen Eighty-Four
“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.” ~George Orwell
It wouldn’t take much effort
***who is up to the challenge?***
Source – themindunleashed.com – “…The team discovered that children living in areas with a majority of the population receiving fluoridated water from public water systems “tended to have a greater proportion of children and adolescents diagnosed with ADHD. ” The researchers concluded that: this study has empirically demonstrated an association between more widespread exposure to […]COVER-UP: In a Historic Court Case, the ‘Fluoride Cover-Up’ Will Soon Be Exposed
“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”— George Santayana
Watch and see: this debate over police brutality and accountability is about to get politicized into an election-year referendum on who should occupy the White House.
Don’t fall for it.
The Deep State, the powers-that-be, want us to turn this into a race war, but this is about so much more than systemic racism. This is the oldest con game in the books, the magician’s sleight of hand that keeps you focused on the shell game in front of you while your wallet is being picked clean by ruffians in your midst.
It’s the Reichstag Fire all over again.
It was February 1933, a month before national elections in Germany, and the Nazis weren’t expected to win. So they engineered a way to win: they began by infiltrating the police and granting police powers to their…
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