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New RCT Study Finds Vaccine Risk Outweighs “COVID” Risk, Inflation Lies & Heart Attack Cover Up

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5 Replies to “New RCT Study Finds Vaccine Risk Outweighs “COVID” Risk, Inflation Lies & Heart Attack Cover Up

  1. I love that you’re doing this format!

    Seriously, I’ve been thinking for more than a year about what kind of content is the ideal thing to watch (what is healthiest, what comes closest to natural human experience).

    In real life, what do our eyes see? How do we process information?

    -Well, there are no cut scenes, it’s all one long take.
    – we learn information from other humans in real life through conversation
    -two people talking uncut is great

    Other types of videos I’ve thought are close to the ideal:
    -walking around cities (uncut) (not applicable to your type of show, but I imagine in the past humans walked around a lot)
    -whatever makes your screen as close to looking through a window as possible (meaning: single camera on for an uncut scene).

    Not trying to tell you how to run your show, but I actually think multiple cameras are not the best thing.

    (In real life, one doesn’t see one person only (in your entire field of vision), and then instantaneously change to seeing the other person only. You see both the whole time, and you turn your head or your gaze.)

    So a single camera is more ideal imo.

    With regards to showing articles on screen: that technically wouldn’t be ideal according to this theory

    (unless the only thing ever on screen was the article),

    (However, it’s much better to be able to see the article to know where you guys got the information, so an exception to the theory is necessary in this case (or maybe the theory itself is not perfect.)


    Separate aspect of this: with regards to propaganda:

    It’s much more difficult for ‘the powers that be’ to control messaging if what people watch are long, uncut conversations.

    The main tool of propagandists is ‘the character’.

    People receive information from other humans. Other humans are the real source of information. That’s why facts don’t matter to people unless the information is coming from another human. (Someone they trust (for example, fauci)).

    In long, uncut, conversations, we get to see better what people are really like.

    Politicians and other major sources (like the Anderson coopers of the world) almost never appear in long, uncut conversations because they have to maintain a facade, a ‘character’. The maintenance of those characters is necessary to deliver information to the masses. You have be your real self in a long, uncut conversation. That’s why they almost never do it.

  2. Couple points to consider.
    First off, I have to agree that most supplements are a waste of money, assuming that your food is nutritious enough, but also because most supplements are not in bio appropriate forms making them difficult to absorb…or not very bio-available. Manufactures attempt to bind the nutrients(supplements) to amino acids so that your body thinks it is food and works at absorbing it. Because most supplements are not in bio available forms, the amount has to be much greater…or wasted.
    Eat a carrot, grown in healthy soil and you easily absorb the vitamin A. Eat brewers yeast and you get many B vitamins. Eat an orange or rose hips or even a layer of whale skin and you get bio-available vitamin C, eat cod liver oil and you get proper vitamin D, eat nuts and you get E, etc….
    There are better supplements that are very healthy, both bio-appropriate for a human and in bio-available forms; you just need to understand what to look for. As you pointed out, even organic grown is no guarantee of getting enough of all nutrients. If Mg, for example, is not present in the living soil, the plants may look healthy(or not) but now you too are lacking in this very important mineral.

    IMO, an opinion I have held for decades, the very first thing a real doctor should do, is test for mineral and trace mineral levels, and correct this via diet or natural supplements. Also testing for heavy metal contaminants, and any other chemicals that do not belong.
    When mineral and trace mineral levels are good, then test for vitamin levels. This would be very bad for the medical professions profits, mind you.
    If your supplements are from things that were living and were not extracted to the point of no longer being food, then you have a good supplement. A product like Enerfood for one example, is made up of super foods, from living things, and has the nutrients naturally bonded to amino acids, so your body recognizes this as food and easily absorbs it, requiring less of the nutrient.

    My other points are regarding Polio and Anthrax. Assuming the polio virus exists, humanity has lived with this for possibility millions of years without issue. “They” can find it anywhere they want to, especially misusing PCR.
    Same thing for anthrax, it is throughout the environment; “they” can find it everywhere especially by misusing PCR. Anthrax was also never much of an issue till screwed with, weaponized.

    IMO almost all cases where someone was harmed by “polio” it was actually environmental contamination and vaccines.

  3. Also, the two party illusion is difficult to maintain with long, uncut conversations.

    The reason for this is that in real life nobody is all good or all bad. Only ‘characters’ can be all good or all bad. If you see real human beings having real conversations, you’ll see all sorts of levels of and variety of what people are like, but none of them will be absolute heroes or villains.

    In order to maintain the two party illusion, they need ‘characters’ that are absolute heroes and absolute villains. You don’t see that when you’re watching a long uncut conversation.

    No characters, no heroes and villains, no two party illusion

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