• Quote of the week

    “Let’s just be clear, this is not a vaccine in response to a virus. This was a virus, or a purported virus, [made] as an excuse to get a universal vaccine into every human on this planet; They’re trying to kill billions of us. This is really at the level of human crisis. I mean, we’re in an extinction-level event. And we can’t let these guys pull it off."
    ― Dr. Lee Merritt

    Past Quotes of the Week

You Need To Know This: 12-Page Document On The Roll-Out Of MedBeds

by Nicole Morgan MedBeds could change the face of medicine forever. These amazing beds can repair the body in a way we’ve never seen. WHAT IS A MED BED? 1. Med Beds. They use a technology to transform your body to its optimum health by using the original codes in your DNA. …

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The Metaverse – What Psychopath Zuckerberg Is Really Trying To Sell You

The concept of the metaverse is quickly becoming a buzzword in technology and business which is being embraced by Facebook Mark Zuckerberg who recently rebranded the company to META and wants to be known for building this new format for reality, the metaverse. But what does it mean?  Currently, the metaverse is a…

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MUSICAL CULT CONTROL: THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION’S WAR ON CONSCIOUSNESS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF A=44OHZ STANDARD TUNING

The Hidden Power of Universal Frequency and Vibration Contrary to popular opinion, the most powerful “hard” science influencing society, politics, and economics is behavioral science. This generally neglected fact enables advertising agencies, social engineers, marketing firms, and the persuasive media, to direct people, like cattle, most profitably. “I think the subject…

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“I’m Tired of America Wasting Our Blood and Treasure”: The Strange Ascent of Betsy DeVos and Erik Prince | Vanity Fair

Since the 1970s, the DeVos family has been quietly advancing a plan to make government act more like a private business. Now, they appear ready to take the next step. Betsy DeVos “[Among] her big ‘accomplishments,’” says Diane Ravitch, the N.Y.U. professor and respected education historian, “have been reversing civil-rights…

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