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Patreon Deletes TLAV, Huge Mask Study Confirms Dangers, Vaccine Passports & Our Runaway Government

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"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see." - John Lennon Driven by a desire for accuracy, chef and independent news stalwart Ryan Cristián has a passion for the Truth. As a recent recipient of the Serena Shim Award For Uncompromising Integrity In Journalism, he understands that Americans want their news to be transparent, devoid of the opulence frothed out by today's corporate media. A cultured and insightful man with a worldly sense, Ryan's unjaded approach offers common sense to the individual racked by the ambiguous news cycle - a vicious and manipulative merry-go-round that keeps trenchant minds at a manageable distance from the truth. Avid writer & editor by day, Truth seeker by night, Ryan's reality defines what it means to be current.

15 Replies to “Patreon Deletes TLAV, Huge Mask Study Confirms Dangers, Vaccine Passports & Our Runaway Government

  1. Hi Ryan, I’d just like to thank you for all the work you do and the info you pass on. I am in Scotland ( looking like North Korea ) and i’m so pissed at my fellow Scots, they are like high school first graders, it is saddening to watch them all comply. Keep fighting the good fight man. 😉

  2. keep up the great honest work yall do, i get your rss feed as well and i listen and check 2 or three times a day for the most unbiased facts in this galaxy, THANKYOU Ryan,whittney and Derrick and everyone who makes this possible.🌻 dont forget to start your gardens.

  3. Regarding the ridiculous electric bills in Texas during the recent winter weather, the federal Department of Energy was responsible for the blackouts AND the high prices for those whose power didn’t go out.


    Texas’ power plants typically operate below capacity to meet emissions standards. Federal law makes increasing output without permission a crime. Increasing output without asking permission can result in jail time. Increasing output after asking permission and not receiving it will result in severe fines.

    I’m not a Trump fan, but while Trump was in office there was an executive order barring the Department of Energy from punishing power generators for turning up power output as needed. That was eliminated when Biden took office.

    ERCOT knew bad weather was on the way and requested permission to increase output to meet demand. The above linked document is the federal Department of Energy’s response to ERCOT. DoE replied they could increase output… AFTER exhausting all options, including imports from other power generators, that wouldn’t increase emissions. This resulted in rolling blackouts in all the states above Texas as power generators in those states prioritized Texas because they could gouge them. If ERCOT did exhaust all those options, DoE ordered ERCOT to charge $1,500/MWh minimum for increased power output. They normally charged $50/MWh.

    The relevant parts of order 202-21-1 starts on the last sentence on page two and goes through about the middle of page 3.

  4. I am on your side of things, generally, but when you flack something like “Huge Mask Study Confirms Dangers,” why don’t you prominently and obviously make a link to the source available in the show page? I trust that you are a bona fide purveyor of information, but regardless, I like to look at original source material. This has happened multiple times — you provide a juicy headline but finding a followup link on the show page proves difficult or impossible. That said — thank you for what you are doing!

    1. Okay Mark, I am not trying to be rude, but there are only 4 links clearly listed under the “masks” section within the links. Are you honestly telling me you can’t take the time to look through 4 links that are chronologically posted? I have, without fail, posted every link I have ever discussed. How much more prominent does this need to be my friend? On top of that, very few post links at all, and yet I get flak for not posting them just right? Truly, even 50 links would take what, 10 minutes to click through? And they are posted in order of appearance. Again, all due respect, but I think you need to look inward on this one. Please don’t let this drive you away from watching. I do my best with the limited resources I have to provide as much help as I can. Yet I am just one person.

      1. Yeah, laziness on my part, born of limited time to spend in any one place. On second look, that particular link was obvious enough. Not sure why I didn’t see it to first time — I did look. More generally, I guess I was thinking that some readers would benefit from a “headline links” section near the top. There are always going to be people/instances where the desire to follow up on a specific “breaking news” item is high but time is short. But I agree, as long as the link is in the big list and the gist of the headline snippet is reflected in the link text, that is perfectly fine, regardless of the positioning. FWIW, I ran a website with similar goals for a decade or so before I burned out, so I know how difficult it is to do what you do, and I very much appreciate your energy and persistence.

  5. Amazing work, Ryan. Just want to mention about the part regarding teen suicide and lockdown- a lot of the young people who are not doing well (depression, anxiety, suicide) are struggling because they are in abusive households. School is often these kids’ “safe place,” but with the lockdown, the dysfunction and abuse of their family environments are pushing kids to the edge. Kids in happy, functional homes are actually not altogether unhappy with the lockdown/not having to go to school. Just something to keep in mind (ie the lockdown/school closures is just exacerbating the effects of an already stressful/abusive home environments).

    1. Tina, I appreciate and agree with what you are stating in this comment. However, when I read this I found my forehead hitting the Red Emergency Button for Humanity as I had never framed the home-un-schooling alternative in the way your comment allowed me to depressingly do: that the public school-prisons are “safe place” from the abusive families. Oh my. As a Voluntaryist and Resource and Mentor for Home-Un-Schoolers, (, I also do Parent Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.) in the attempt to break the cycle of Obedience to Authority nurtured by the evolutionarily shaped Authoritarian Human Family and thus to get parents to see the bars of the prison they and they children are in. However, smacked in the face by your true words, I am left shaking my head and holding onto a frayed rope of hope. Yet…I go individual by individual towards “When no one obeys, no one rules”.

  6. As a lifelong Voluntaryist, thank you Cristian for your consistent dedication to what I term “Responsible Freedom”. Your energetic, reasonable sarcasm for the oblivious obvious of the mainstream (sewer?) propaganda and logical analysis of the daily information on the “Totalitarian Takeover Attempt” as I term the New World Order,, is greatly looked forward to and appreciated. I donate. Keep up your good work for the Good of Humanity. We are only as free as we take the responsibility to be. We need more like you.

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