Thinking Points, July 13, 2022
CERN, the Good Citizen, the bad cat, Paul Kingsnorth, RCTs, gardening, myo, Pfizer cigarettes in kids
Here are my latest thinking points:
It’s worth a try.
Modified quote from the Good Citizen on Substack:
“The purpose of the Internet is not to liberate information for society, but to isolate individuals into trackable data units so that their ideas, behaviors, and beliefs can be easily harvested, managed, and directed to support the totalitarian aims of the global elite."
In a just world, El Gato Malo would win the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting and the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his epidemiological work.
Check out Paul Kingsnorth
Recently I was delighted to discover the writings of Paul Kingsnorth. He's a British novelist living in Ireland who is doing really good writing and thinking about the current Pharma/WEF assault on humanity. I just finished a collection of his essays titled The Vaccine Moment that are available for free on his website. His writing is similar to CJ Hopkins, Mattias Desment, and Charles Eisenstein. Kingsnorth’s writing is biting without being acidic, emotional but not raw — he takes readers on a heartfelt journey of exploration. The Vaccine Moment is exactly the sort of text you could use to reach a newbie who is on the fence and looking to learn more.
2022 was the end of RCTs
The media will say or do anything to protect the cartel.
If Covid-19 caused myocarditis, the numbers from 2020 would have been much higher
A quick summary of the FDA & CDC meetings from June:
Blessings to all of the warriors. 🙌
Prayers for everyone trying to keep it together amidst the largest psyops in history. 🙏
In the comments, please let me know what’s on your mind.