Tuesday, June 1, 2021

The Most Important News Story You Haven't Heard

Here is more compelling evidence about the dangers of the Covid-19 vaccines. This should be the lead story today on every major news media outlet, but instead it's buried. You've got to wonder why? 



Interview with Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist and associate professor at University of Guelph, Ontario

Original link censored/removed from Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sis1Sddzbqk

Bryam Bridle Academic Profile


Vaccine researcher admits ‘big mistake,’ says spike protein is dangerous ‘toxin’

May 31, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — New research shows that the coronavirus spike protein from COVID-19 vaccination unexpectedly enters the bloodstream, which is a plausible explanation for thousands of reported side-effects from blood clots and heart disease to brain damage and reproductive issues, a Canadian cancer vaccine researcher said last week.


Sunday, May 30, 2021

Knowledge is Power

If you haven't been vaccinated for the coronavirus yet, please don't rush into it. Knowledge is power. Take some time to research the matter further. Don't just assume it's safe. After all it's completely experimental and not FDA approved. Anyone who takes it is basically a lab rat in this huge clinical trial, whose long-term results are completely unknown, and if anything goes wrong you can not sue, or receive any financial compensation, the pharmaceutical companies are exempt from all liability.

The most credible anti-covid-vaccination person I've found so far is Geert Vanden Bossche. I would suggest watching his videos and reading what he has to say. 



This second link I'm recommending is popular among the anti-m@skers who think Covid is a h0ax. Don't let that fact close your mind to it. As someone who is very much pro-mask and never once thought Covid was a h0ax, I just watched this video, and it was really illuminating. Don't just dismiss it as some lun@tic conspir@cy theory unless you've actually watched it and checked the sources. It's super interesting. I'm not sure what to believe at this point, but I'm still wearing my N95 mask when I go to the store, staying away from people as much as I can, and grateful that I am still able to work from home. 


The third link has been in my bookmarks for a few months now, and it's made me question the whole prospect of continuing this blog much longer. It's made me reconsider the whole thing, especially sharing pictures of myself online, and well, am thinking about maybe leaving this platform to somewhere where I have more control over what happens to my content. 

YouTube: What Facial Recognition Steals from us: 


Well, that's all for now, hope you find the time to research these links, I believe they are must see.

Saturday, March 2, 2013

The People on TV

I've spoken of the virtues of tuning into the immediacy of the moment. You know, being more mindfully aware, more fully conscious and present to whatever is happening right now. Well, what about the idiocy of the moment.

Think about it. "The idiocy of the moment." The thought occurred to me just a few minutes before while switching through the television channels and not being able to find anything worthwhile to watch, and realizing that at that particular moment in time, at least from my particular point of view, idiocy completely ruled the television airwaves. Every single channel was a medium for idiocy.

What do I mean by idiocy? Complete and utter mindlessness. Ignorance. Like babies crying, with the yearning to be fed, comforted, and held. But in this metaphorical scenario, there is no one there to hold them. No tangible way to feed them. No way to teach them, communicate with, or get through to them. All that you can do is passively watch them, crying, helplessly...and this is supposed to be entertainment?

You see, this is when you're are supposed to turn the TV off. When you realize that a) you are not being entertained, and b) you are not learning anything useful, and c) you are hating every moment of what you are seeing. Yet, you continue to watch, because you are enslaved to the boredom and the misery of this televised absurdity of life.

Television. Not all of it is bad. But very little of it is good. In many ways it is a mirror of the darkness, the confusion, and idiocy endemic to the collective consciousness of humankind. What I dislike on TV, I dislike face to face and in the flesh. People acting like ignorant, stupid assholes. Yeah, not everybody is a super intelligent, intellectually, morally, spiritually evolved, advanced form of life.

I'm not saying that I am. I lack compassion. I feel hatred in my heart more often than not. But if you are looking for the best that humanity has to offer, you are likely not going to find them on TV. Which is not to say that they'll never make an occasional appearance, but for the most part, more often than not, the people you see on TV are about as clueless and lacking in wisdom as they come.