COVID Was A Test Of Character.

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COVID and the jabs were a test to find out who the cowards are. Your friends and family members who turned on you then are the people you won't be able to count on during a real crisis.

Do You Know What's In A Vaccine?

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Here are some ingredients commonly found in vaccines: aborted fetal cells, aluminum, animal parts, mercury, E. coli, Polysorbate 20, Polysorbate 80, spermicide, EDTA,  insect cells, latex, pig blood, Sorbitol, detergent, Beta-Propiolactone, monkey kidney cells, genetically modified yeast, glutaraldehyde, barium, formaldehyde, soy, monosodium glutamate, Tri(n) Butylphosphate, antibiotics, animal & bacterial DNA, antifreeze, plus a mixture of proprietary ingredients that Big Pharma isn't required to tell you about since they're protected as "trade secrets". 

Do any of these ingredients belong in injections we're told are "safe and effective"? No, they don't. But then, there are NO safe vaccines, and the effectiveness of any of them is questionable at best.

To find more information and resources on vaccine risks, go to

The Plan: From COVID-19 to Technocracy.

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Using a compilation of video clips, Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond shows us what the so-called "elites" have planned for all of us, by taking advantage of the COVID psyop to transform humanity into digitally controlled zombies.

If they succeed, your thoughts will no longer be your own, and your life will be constantly monitored and manipulated to suit the whims of the technocrats and the wealthy families who finance them.

The Inhumanity Of Donald Trump.

Let's get this out of the way first: like most living, breathing, legitimate voters, I voted for Donald Trump in 2020. I didn't vote at all in 2016. I knew Hillary was fake and corrupt, but I couldn't work out my feelings about Trump back then. I had a nagging feeling he was going to let us down in a big way, so I stayed home. But after four years of watching him at least attempt to do good things for America while the Communists and their Democratic Party allies worked endlessly to tear him apart, my opinion of Trump began to change. By 2020 he had won me over, and I enthusiastically gave him my support and my vote.

But since then my enthusiasm has been slipping away, mostly due to the words coming out of his own mouth. 

Trump's positions on two issues are so callous and insensitive I have to wonder just how decent and moral a man he really is.

The first issue is his unrepentant stance on the covid vaccines. When he announced Operation Warp Speed, even his critics were hopeful the program would be a success. And when the vaccines reached the market in record time, we trusted they would be as "safe and effective" as promised. But it didn't take long before reports began coming in about horrible side effects and deaths among the jabbed. Many of us saw early-on that something was seriously wrong with the vaccines, but the media suppressed the carnage while the government continued its "safe and effective" propaganda. And Trump's support for the vaccines continued even after he left office in 2021. The body count kept growing, with CDC reports indicating tens of thousands of victims of vaccine harm. But Trump didn't warn us. He didn't tell us to stop getting vaccinated. He kept on being a cheerleader for the jabs, even when the death toll surpassed 34,000 people in the US alone, plus hundreds of thousands who were seriously injured but haven't (yet) died.

In late 2021 Trump said "I came up with a vaccine, with three vaccines, all are very, very good.," referring to the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots. He didn't mention the risks. He didn't mention the injuries. He didn't mention the dead.

At a rally in Alabama, Trump told the crowd “I recommend, take the vaccines. I did it. It’s good. Take the vaccines.”

In an interview he told Candace Owens, "People aren’t dying when they take the vaccine.” But people were dying, and people are still dying from Trump's experimental vaccines. And to this day in 2023, he still hasn't acknowledged the harm being done nor apologized to any of its victims or the families of the dead.

As if Trump's insensitivity on the vaccine issue isn't enough, he's now stumbled into another controversy that makes him look cold and out of touch. On April 18 he posted a video on his Truth Social account titled "Homelessness Plan." 

In it, Trump said "the homeless, the drug-addicted, and the violent and dangerously deranged" had ruined America's cities, "turn every park and sidewalk into a place for them to squat and do drugs. When I'm back in the White House, we will use every tool, lever, and authority" to "end the scourge of homelessness and make our cities clean and safe and beautiful once again."

How would he do this? "Working with states, we will ban urban camping wherever possible…. We will then open up large parcels of inexpensive land; bring in doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, and drug rehab specialists; and create tent cities where the homeless can be relocated and their problems identified."

Let's unpack this. He calls homelessness a "scourge", which is essentially saying the homeless themselves are a scourge. We've all seen homeless encampments in big cities and no one would argue that they're good for the communities they exist in. But Trump is implying the homeless aren't quite human and need to be cleared out of the cities in which they live, the same cities where they likely grew up, and still have family, friends, and some level of support. His plan makes poverty a crime, punishable by losing one's right to live freely without government interference. Do the homeless use drugs? Some do, but not all of them. And while drug abuse can cause homelessness, it's also true that homelessness often leads to drug abuse. When people lose hope, they find ways to numb the pain. Are the homeless "violent and dangerously deranged"? No more so than the general population. Most, in fact, prefer to stay calm to avoid any encounters with the police.

I agree that having more doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, and drug rehab specialists would be helpful, but these resources need to be available where people are right now. Rounding people up and shipping them off like cattle to government-run tent cities is inhumane and reminiscent of how the Nazi's treated the Jews and anyone else they considered to be undesirable. Trump's plan completely ignores that the United States has an affordable housing shortage of nearly 7 million homes. It ignores that rents across the country have nearly doubled in the past year while wages have remained stagnant. It ignores that local zoning regulations and building codes, along with inflation, have made the cost of home construction prohibitively high. Cheaper options such as tiny houses and mobile homes are banned in many cities, leaving low income earners few choices other than sleeping in their cars or living in tents. Here in the world's richest nation, we have senior citizens being evicted due to staggering rent increases, with nowhere to go. Trump would force them onto a bus and ship them to a tent city where they would live with all the other undesirables...the drug addicted, the violent, the dangerously deranged.

Trump's plan is the most immoral, inhumane, out of touch proposal I've ever heard from a man who seriously thinks he deserves to sit in the White House again. Combined with his shockingly insensitive and unapologetic stance on the covid vaccines, I have to wonder if he truly has the moral character to make America great again.

We need to find out before November 2024.

Emergency Alert: You Are Living Under Tyranny.

Emergency Alert! We've fucked the economy, massacred your elderly, poisoned you with killer jabs, flooded you with illegal invaders, destroyed your livelihoods and your kid's futures.


Biased Poll Tries To Prop Up The Medical Industrial Complex.

"70% of doctors say COVID misinformation has negatively impacted patients' health" screams the headline on an article published at 'The Hill' news site and republished nationwide on Nexstar's network of local news stations. The headline stank of fascist propaganda, so I read further. 

"More than 80 percent of physicians polled said that there is a problem with misinformation when it comes to both COVID-19 vaccines and COVID-19 treatments. The physicians polled largely agreed on the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, with more than 90 percent saying that the vaccines are safe and effective."

Since we now know from multiple credible sources that the COVID vaccines are neither safe nor effective, I had to wonder what was going on with this story and the poll that led to it. In addition to trying to boost the reputation of the jabs and slander the doctors who oppose them, the article also made the false claim that Ivermectin is "untested".

So where did this poll come from? It was conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of the de Beaumont Foundation. I had never heard of the de Beaumont Foundation so I did a little digging. The foundation's mission statement says: "Our mission is to advance policy, build partnerships, and strengthen public health to create communities where people can achieve their best possible health." That's rather vague and the rest of their "About Us" page is equally unrevealing. But looking at the overall site I got the impression that the foundation is a left-leaning, big government, big pharma organization that exists to push official narratives and turn them into government policies. Their leftist roots are hinted at in the bio for foundation President & CEO Brian C. Castrucci, who, in June of 2022 wrote an article entitled "In Virginia, a Reminder of the Threats to Anti-Racism Efforts". The article is just another typical Marxist rant about systemic racism and white privilege. Castrucci writes: "Any white person — I am one — must accept that even if we don’t believe ourselves to be racist, the system is. We must admit the reality of white privilege — that while all people have struggles, the color of our skin was not a burden we’ve had to overcome." 

It's easy, and wise, to ignore Castrucci and the foundation he leads. But the claims made in the poll need to be discussed. 

First, based on the tone of the de Beaumont Foundation's website, it seems obvious that any poll they finance is likely being done to advance an agenda, in this case, advancing big pharma and the entire Rockefeller-influenced medical system. I question how their pollsters found so many doctors who still claim the COVID vaccines are safe and effective when the most conservative data we have from the CDC shows there have been 34,819 deaths and almost 195,000 hospitalizations as a result of the jabs. Many say the data is under-reported and the real numbers could be 10 times higher. Medical professionals all over the world know this, except miraculously the ones polled by Morning Consult. 

And I've heard interviews with many doctors of various specialties and they all admitted that they received almost no training in vaccines while in medical school except they were told that vaccines are safe and they need to promote them. Doctors don't know what they're injecting into people and the scientific data they have comes from the same pharmaceutical companies that profit from vaccine sales. So how can doctors say they're "safe and effective" when they really don't know much about them?

Another part of the poll said that "misinformation is also a problem in the area of dietary supplements". But as with vaccines, doctors receive virtually no training on nutrition and dietary supplements while in medical school. If they know anything, they learned it on their own. The medical industrial complex doesn't want us healthy; they want us to be regular, repeat customers for life. And they want us to be propagandized into thinking vaccines and ongoing monthly doses of prescription drugs are what we need to avoid horrible diseases and an early death. 

Polls such as the one by Morning Consult and the de Beaumont Foundation are part of the propaganda the industry needs to keep profits growing while also promoting the agenda of government intervention and socialist healthcare. 

Critical thinkers will avoid these suspicious polls and seek the truth by doing their own research. Unfortunately most people aren't critical thinkers and are easily led astray by skilled manipulators using the news media to spread what is truly "misinformation".

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