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How to stop the iatrogenocide
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I. The last war
The last time we fought a war against fascism (World War II) the task was very straightforward. We had to:
1.) Declare war (get the American people bought into the idea that we needed to go to war); and then
2.) Build tanks, ships, planes, and ammunition faster than the Japanese and Germans (and develop the atom bomb before any other nation).
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor solved the first problem. (I’ll leave it to others to debate whether President Roosevelt knew or should have known that a Japanese attack was imminent.) Japan bombed Pearl Harbor because they thought that they could win the war in the Pacific before the U.S. could rebuilt its fleet. They badly miscalculated.
Increasing industrial production was easier than it would seem. The U.S. had massive industrial capacity that it was not using because of the Great Depression. The Roosevelt administration and Congress were already keen on Keynesian spending to stimulate demand. The declaration of war gave Congress the freedom to increase federal spending by 10x and funnel it into the war machine.
The U.S. Department of Defense did a great job of converting smaller manufacturers, including Food Machinery Corporation (FMC), from producing tin cans to manufacturing tanks. The U.S. brought women into the manufacturing workforce who produced higher quality weapons than the slave labor used by the Germans. And in developing the atom bomb, the U.S. benefitted from an influx of many of the best physicists in the world who fled Hitler’s Germany.
In the end, World War II was a race between the three most industrialized countries in the world to see which country could increase its manufacturing capacity the fastest. The U.S. won that race in a rout.
The point is, the U.S. knew exactly what it needed to do and then it just became a question of implementing the plan.
II. The war ahead
Unfortunately, the challenges we face in overthrowing Pharma fascism are likely much greater than those we confronted in World War II.
The United States government itself now works on behalf of Pharma — the industry that is trying to enslave us via vaccine injury.
The pharmaceutical industry has also captured the governments of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the European Union.
So there is no obvious state actor that we can turn to in order to fight back against Pharma fascism. We also lack a military and the unlimited borrowing capacity of the U.S. government.
We have not yet declared war. The pharmaceutical industry is engaged in iatrogenocide against people throughout the developed world. Yet too often our strategy seems to consist of yelling at Pharma on social media.
Pharma’s vast global propaganda campaign is working — most people don’t even know that the iatrogenocide is happening and they eagerly drive themselves to their (stochastic) extermination appointments.
The larger problem we face is that even if people realized what was happening, it is not clear to me that we would know what to do next. Let me try to briefly sketch what’s going well and what I think the movement needs to work on.
The freedom movement has a great media strategy:
The Defender by Children’s Health Defense;
The Highwire with Del Bigtree;
The Substackers where Joseph Mercola, Jeff Childers, Steve Kirsch, Alex Berenson, Paul Alexander, el gato malo, eugyppius, Emerald Robinson, Pierre Kory, Katherine Watt, me!, Margaret Anna Alice, CJ Hopkins, James Lyons-Weiler, Justin Hart, Tessa Lena, a Midwestern Doctor, Igor Chudov, Robert Malone, Mark Crispin Miller, Meryl Nass, Tess Lawrie, Mathew Crawford, William Makis, and Tom Renz are among the top 100 most-read politics/U.S. politics/health politics newsletters in the world.
We have a solid legal strategy. Prior to Covid the courts were not kind to us and the movement rarely won a case. But since the start of Covid and with the emergence of Aaron Siri as one of the greatest jurists in American history, our side is starting to win regularly in the courts.
In Missouri v. Biden the lower courts ruled that the Biden administration violated the First Amendment by censoring medical freedom voices on social media. Now that case is before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The NY Supreme Court struck down the state’s Covid vaccine mandate in a case funded by Children’s Health Defense and led by Sujata Gibson.
We have the beginnings of a political strategy with Robert Kennedy Jr. running for president as an independent and Ron DeSantis running for the Republican nomination. Also, the Informed Consent Network has launched ICAN Legislate, a 501(c)(4) to do political work across the country. Lots of state-based groups are already 501(c)(4)’s doing fantastic electoral work.
We should definitely keep doing everything that we are currently doing and also increase our commitment. One can make a strong case that media, legal, and politics are our tanks, ships, and planes to win the war against Pharma fascism. It seems to me then that those who are able should make as much money as possible and send the largest donations possible to:
The Informed Consent Action Network that always punches above its weight and had the foresight to hire Siri Glimstad LLP which has become the most extraordinary law firm in the world.
The Brownstone Institute that has become the think tank for the movement and supports many innovative lawsuits including the landmark case by Bobbie Anne Flower Cox against the NY quarantine camp policy.
Stand for Health Freedom that coordinates political campaigns nationally and at the state level across the country.
National Vaccine Information Center that has done brilliant work for medical freedom for four decades.
Your favorite Substackers. 😉
But I am wary of a top-down only strategy. I would like to identify additional steps that we can all take to undermine Pharma fascism. In the movement for LGBT equality in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) we knitted a lot of rainbow scarves and sent them to every pastor who had a vote. That worked incredibly well and it is a big reason why we won.
What is something that everyone in the movement could do (other than just giving money and voting) that would measurably improve our odds of winning? Should we:
Knit purple scarves in honor of the vaccine injured and send them to every judge, elected official, and reporter in the country?
Plant organic victory gardens in our front yards and give away free food to neighbors with bags that say, “Organic food brought to you by the movement for medical freedom”?
Picket outside the offices of ob/gyns and pediatricians with signs designed by Joshua Coleman warning parents (and soon-to-be parents) about the dangers of vaccines?
Organize peaceful sit-ins at the NIH, FDA, CDC, and state health departments to protest their disastrous vaccine policies?
In the movement we often say, “Be Brave!” “Resist!” “Do not comply!” Now I think that it is imperative for us to come up with tangible tasks, that everyone can do, that embody those sentiments.
When you think about the war against Pharma fascism, what one activity, if consistently applied, would help us to turn the tide?
And then my next question is — if we do that, will it be enough to win the war?
Blessings to the warriors. 🙌
Prayers for everyone fighting to stop the iatrogenocide. 🙏
Huzzah for everyone building the alternative society our hearts know is possible. ✊
In the comments, please share your responses to the questions above or anything else that is on your mind.
As always, I welcome any corrections.