This week in review

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I’m not in the mood to expand too much on this topic anymore, at least not at the moment. Personally there’s a few words I could go the rest of my life without hearing again. But, I did find this to be a good article that captured many of my observations and thoughts. I haven’t had much to share in this thread lately, because as I sit here and shake my head side to side, I realize my thoughts are not at all mainstream, and generally not popular.

I look occasionally at another forum I used to belong to, that has a number of people whose posts I occasionally enjoy, but the few who have posted anywhere’s near the same as I myself would, they get shot down, their threads get moved to “proven hoaxes”. I have much to say about that. You don’t have to agree with me, but I am so tired of people who have made themselves the expert, the authority figures, who absolutely know they are right. I don’t know if I’m right. I just want to be able to express myself without censoring, and everyone should be able to examine all aspects and make up their own minds. We all have the right to be wrong, and obviously, everyone can’t be absolutely right. Generally only right about certain aspects of things. An open mind is essential, but not common.

I also see a lot of “group think” and not so subtle conformity techniques being applied in various ways, and I do admit it’s something that immediately grates me the wrong way. No, I will not give away my sovereign rights as a spiritual and physical being here, to any outside authority figure, nor will I be guilted or shamed into compliance. I recognize those techniques, as they are only slightly more sophisticated than what I endured during my youth. So, yes, I see the many signs of mass mind control happening all around me, and reserve the right to describe what I see (and decline to acquiesce to their requests, LOL).


Tucker Carlson: We were lied to about coronavirus and the mass lockdowns. Here's the proof

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker- ... -the-proof?
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Agreed. The video pretty much nails it ... this is a takeover by the Left/Communist. Goal = One World Government. This is not about a virus.

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I know there are all kinds of things going on in the world. One being an unprecedented amount of pedophilia coming to light, showing how it is probably more of an epidemic than the big V. But unfortunately you will not hear much about it on the lame stream media. And, as I have no doubt there is much more to come, on a number of fronts, especially with this being an election year here in the US, I will share a few articles I have come across to illustrate just how far they are willing to go to achieve their ultimate goals, which have absolutely nothing to do with genuine concern about our health, safety, and well being. As I look back on the forum over the last five plus years, I see that it is kind of a time capsule about what is going on, and feel it will be interesting to reflect on in the future.

An interesting article I thought:
Connecting the Dots: Glyphosate and COVID-19
https://jennifermargulis.net/glyphosate ... onnection/?


And a few links that illustrate just how ludicrous they are willing to get:

California bans singing, chanting in houses of worship
https://kutv.com/news/coronavirus/calif ... of-worship?


Couples should wear face masks during sex, new study insists
https://nypost.com/2020/06/02/couples-s ... y-insists/?


Head Of Emergency Management Says Texans Should Wear Masks Inside Their Own Homes
https://humansarefree.com/2020/07/head- ... homes.html


And this pretty much preps us up for this to truly become the “new normal”:

Coronavirus expert says Americans will be wearing masks for ‘several years’
https://www.foxnews.com/us/coronavirus- ... eral-years?


And lastly, in case you were interested in getting one:

COVI-PASS™
The World's most secure Digital Health Passport, built on patented technology, awarded the 'Seal of Excellence' by the European Commission and being used by various United Nations Projects.
https://www.covipass.com/?
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Just thought I would share another zinger I ran across....

Try ‘glory holes’ for safer sex during coronavirus, B.C. CDC says
https://globalnews.ca/news/7204384/coro ... holes-sex/?


I’ll add this one too, just because. What ya gonna do when they come for you.....?

Ankle monitors used to isolate couple after wife tests positive for COVID-19

https://news4sanantonio.com/news/nation ... 07-19-2020?

(And all because she refused to sign a paper that was questionable in what she was being asked to agree to - and yet they are releasing inmates from prison early, supposedly to combat the big V)
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Spiritwind wrote:
Fri Jul 24, 2020 3:26 pm
Just thought I would share another zinger I ran across....

Try ‘glory holes’ for safer sex during coronavirus, B.C. CDC says
https://globalnews.ca/news/7204384/coro ... holes-sex/?


I’ll add this one too, just because. What ya gonna do when they come for you.....?

Ankle monitors used to isolate couple after wife tests positive for COVID-19

https://news4sanantonio.com/news/nation ... 07-19-2020?

(And all because she refused to sign a paper that was questionable in what she was being asked to agree to - and yet they are releasing inmates from prison early, supposedly to combat the big V)
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You know, Moonlight, even though you are right, it isn’t really funny because they aren’t really joking, but sometimes that’s the only way I just keep going. Our sense of humor is vital, and sometimes laughing when you feel like crying can help move the energy. It’s hard to fathom, but there truly are those who have no humor at all. And that really IS sad!


Just when I wonder what next? Of course, you’ve probably heard about Fauci’s suggestion that goggles, too, might be a good idea. I know this isn’t really funny, but, seriously? (I bet shrinks are going to be busy for decades trying to sort this mess out!) So, might as well just get an apparatus that covers the whole head.

Coronavirus can HIDE in human EARS, new research finds
https://www.rt.com/news/496616-coronavi ... e-in-ears/
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There is so much going on, and much of it is shocking. I never thought I would see this time come. I knew it was coming, but thought I would be gone before it did. Wishful thinking, I guess. I don’t hardly even want to post anymore, but keep trudging on, for some reason. I was talking with a friend yesterday about the psychological toll and affects this is having on our psyches, which you don’t hear many talk about. And “they” are only getting started. For those with eyes to see, now is a VERY good time to find your “people”! People you can be yourself around, people who’ve got your back. The handful of local people I’ve gotten to know much better the last couple years are like a lifeline for me. Don’t know what I’d do without them. And even more shocking are those that have moved out of my life, who seem to have got the “virus”, but not the one everybody is talking about. Just watched the Matrix movie again last night, for the first time in years. Seems like agent Smith’s are coming out of the woodwork....

Can you say shades of China..... (not posting the whole article here either)

Colorado Bill Would Require “Re-Education” Classes for Parents Who Refuse Coronavirus Vaccine (from June 2020)

https://www.lifenews.com/2020/06/09/col ... s-vaccine/?
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