Greenwald: Liberals welcome Bush’s Al Qaeda smear of their political enemies

George Bush was once castigated by liberals as a new Hitler, a war criminal, and a primitive imbecile who stole not one but two elections. Yet they swooned for him on 9/11 because he gave them what they most crave: the view that Al Qaeda is comparable to those who protested at the Capitol on 1/6.

The big lies tend to pile on each other too fast for casual observers to notice the absurdity.   As intended.

Former Professor of Ethics Dr Julie Ponesse provides essential lesson on courage and integrity

In a video that has gone viral, Dr. Ponesse, who holds a Ph.D. in ethics, delivered an emotional message about vaccine mandates.

“Today, I’m going to teach you a brief lesson on a universally accepted ethics of coercing people into medical procedures,” Ponesse said in a video she recorded. “I’ll be the example.”

“My employer has just mandated that I must get a vaccine for COVID-19,” the professor said. “If I want to keep working at my job as a professor, I have to take this vaccine.”

“Here’s my conundrum. My school employs me to be an authority on the subject of ethics. I hold a Ph.D. in ethics and ancient philosophy and I’m here to tell you, it’s ethically wrong to coerce someone to take a vaccine,” she said. “If it happens to you, you don’t have to do it. If you don’t want a COVID vaccine, don’t take one. End of discussion. It’s your own business.”…

If this video is no longer available, just search the web for her name – Julie Ponesse. I am sure people will continue to post this video in various locations.

Peter Breggin interviews Peter McCullough: Covid vaccine breakthrough info

Peter A. McCullough MD, MPH is the best source of vaccine information in the world. And this interview with me covers the most important issues: Vaccines do not protect against COVID and especially against Delta and other variants. Many hospitals have very sick COVID patients who have been fully vaccinated beforehand. Children need to get natural immunity. I believe there is good scientific justification for suggesting healthy children should have COVID parties to provide themselves the best chance of lifetime immunity to all the COVID-19 variants. Doctors and even entire nations like India that use proper early treatment such as advised by Dr. McCullough and Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko have very little problem with the Delta variant, which is now the main one in the U.S.

With over 13,000 reports to the CDC about death from the COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 vaccines now have the highest death rate of any vaccines in history. Indeed, the average total vaccine deaths reported each year to the CDC, before COVID-19, was a grand total of a little more than 100 a year. In other words, the COVID-19 vaccines have approximately 100 times more reports of death per year than the average reports for all other vaccines combined. In the past, individual vaccines have been taken off the market for as little as 12 to 50 reported deaths. COVID-19 vaccine deaths are catastrophic and, worst yet, reported deaths reflect only a small fraction of actual vaccine deaths in the community.

During the interview with Dr. McCullough, I occasionally fill in with information about how and why the global predators are stopping Western nations from using early treatments while pushing failed and extremely lethal vaccines.

There are few if any other interviews or sources where you can get such full and up-to-date vaccine coverage as in this presentation and discussion.

https://www.wearetheprey.com/

https://www.truthforhealth.org/

https://breggin.com/coronavirus-resource-center/

Constitution Day 2021: It’s Time to Make America Free Again

“That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary. There wasn’t even any rioting in the streets. People stayed home at night, watching television, looking for some direction. There wasn’t even an enemy you could put your finger on.”—Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale

The Constitution of the United States represents the classic solution to one of humankind’s greatest political problems: that is, how does a small group of states combine into a strong union without the states losing their individual powers and surrendering their control over local affairs?

The fifty-five delegates who convened in Philadelphia during the sweltering summer of 1787 answered this question with a document that called for a federal plan of government, a system of separation of powers with checks and balances, and a procedure for orderly change to meet the needs and exigencies of future generations.

In an ultimate sense, the Constitution confirmed the proposition that original power resided in the people—not, however, in the people as a whole but in their capacity as people of the several states.  To bring forth the requisite union, the people through the states would transfer some of their powers to the new federal government.  All powers not reserved by the people in explicit state constitutional limitations remained in the state governments.

Although the Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787, the fear of the new federal government was so strong that a “bill of rights” was demanded and became an eventuality.

Intended to protect the citizenry’s fundamental rights or “first liberties” against usurpation by the newly created federal government, the Bill of Rights—the first ten amendments of the Constitution—is essentially a list of immunities from interference by the federal government.

Unfortunately, although the Bill of Rights was adopted as a means of protecting the people against government tyranny, in America today, the government does whatever it wants, freedom be damned.

“We the people” have been terrorized, traumatized, and tricked into a semi-permanent state of compliance by a government that cares nothing for our lives or our liberties.

The bogeyman’s names and faces have changed over time (terrorism, the war on drugs, illegal immigration, a viral pandemic, and more to come), but the end result remains the same: in the so-called name of national security, the Constitution has been steadily chipped away at, undermined, eroded, whittled down, and generally discarded with the support of Congress, the White House, and the courts.

A recitation of the Bill of Rights—set against a backdrop of government surveillance, militarized police, SWAT team raids, asset forfeiture, eminent domain, overcriminalization, armed surveillance drones, whole body scanners, stop and frisk searches, vaccine mandates, travel lockdowns, and the like (all sanctioned by Congress, the White House, and the courts)—would understandably sound more like a eulogy to freedoms lost than an affirmation of rights we truly possess.

What we are left with today is but a shadow of the robust document adopted more than two centuries ago. Sadly, most of the damage has been inflicted upon the Bill of Rights.

Here is what it means to live under the Constitution, post-9/11 and in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic.

The First Amendment is supposed to protect the freedom to speak your mind, assemble and protest nonviolently without being bridled by the government. It also protects the freedom of the media, as well as the right to worship and pray without interference. In other words, Americans should not be silenced by the government. To the founders, all of America was a free speech zone.

Despite the clear protections found in the First Amendment, the freedoms described therein are under constant assault. Increasingly, Americans are being arrested and charged with bogus “contempt of cop” charges such as “disrupting the peace” or “resisting arrest” for daring to film police officers engaged in harassment or abusive practices. Journalists are being prosecuted for reporting on whistleblowers. States are passing legislation to muzzle reporting on cruel and abusive corporate practices. Religious ministries are being fined for attempting to feed and house the homeless. Protesters are being tear-gassed, beaten, arrested and forced into “free speech zones.” And under the guise of “government speech,” the courts have reasoned that the government can discriminate freely against any First Amendment activity that takes place within a so-called government forum.

The Second Amendment was intended to guarantee “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” Essentially, this amendment was intended to give the citizenry the means to resist tyrannical government. Yet while gun ownership has been recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court as an individual citizen right, Americans remain powerless to defend themselves against SWAT team raids and government agents armed to the teeth with military weapons better suited to the battlefield. As such, this amendment has been rendered nearly null and void.

The Third Amendment reinforces the principle that civilian-elected officials are superior to the military by prohibiting the military from entering any citizen’s home without “the consent of the owner.” With the police increasingly training like the military, acting like the military, and posing as military forces—complete with heavily armed SWAT teams, military weapons, assault vehicles, etc.—it is clear that we now have what the founders feared most—a standing army on American soil.

The Fourth Amendment prohibits government agents from conducting surveillance on you or touching you or invading you, unless they have some evidence that you’re up to something criminal. In other words, the Fourth Amendment ensures privacy and bodily integrity. Unfortunately, the Fourth Amendment has suffered the greatest damage in recent years and has been all but eviscerated by an unwarranted expansion of police powers that include strip searches and even anal and vaginal searches of citizens, surveillance (corporate and otherwise) and intrusions justified in the name of fighting terrorism, as well as the outsourcing of otherwise illegal activities to private contractors.

The Fifth Amendment and the Sixth Amendment work in tandem. These amendments supposedly ensure that you are innocent until proven guilty, and government authorities cannot deprive you of your life, your liberty or your property without the right to an attorney and a fair trial before a civilian judge. However, in the new suspect society in which we live, where surveillance is the norm, these fundamental principles have been upended. Certainly, if the government can arbitrarily freeze, seize or lay claim to your property (money, land or possessions) under government asset forfeiture schemes, you have no true rights.

The Seventh Amendment guarantees citizens the right to a jury trial. Yet when the populace has no idea of what’s in the Constitution—civic education has virtually disappeared from most school curriculums—that inevitably translates to an ignorant jury incapable of distinguishing justice and the law from their own preconceived notions and fears. However, as a growing number of citizens are coming to realize, the power of the jury to nullify the government’s actions—and thereby help balance the scales of justice—is not to be underestimated. Jury nullification reminds the government that “we the people” retain the power to ultimately determine what laws are just.

The Eighth Amendment is similar to the Sixth in that it is supposed to protect the rights of the accused and forbid the use of cruel and unusual punishment. However, the Supreme Court’s determination that what constitutes “cruel and unusual” should be dependent on the “evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society” leaves us with little protection in the face of a society lacking in morals altogether.

The Ninth Amendment provides that other rights not enumerated in the Constitution are nonetheless retained by the people. Popular sovereignty—the belief that the power to govern flows upward from the people rather than downward from the rulers—is clearly evident in this amendment. However, it has since been turned on its head by a centralized federal government that sees itself as supreme and which continues to pass more and more laws that restrict our freedoms under the pretext that it has an “important government interest” in doing so.

As for the Tenth Amendment’s reminder that the people and the states retain every authority that is not otherwise mentioned in the Constitution, that assurance of a system of government in which power is divided among local, state and national entities has long since been rendered moot by the centralized Washington, DC, power elite—the president, Congress and the courts.

If there is any sense to be made from this recitation of freedoms lost, it is simply this: our individual freedoms have been eviscerated so that the government’s powers could be expanded.

Yet those who gave us the Constitution and the Bill of Rights believed that the government exists at the behest of its citizens. It is there to protect, defend and even enhance our freedoms, not violate them.

It was no idle happenstance that the Constitution opens with these three powerful words: “We the people.” As the Preamble proclaims:

We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this CONSTITUTION for the United States of America.

In other words, we have the power to make and break the government. We are the masters and they are the servants. We the American people—the citizenry—are the arbiters and ultimate guardians of America’s welfare, defense, liberty, laws and prosperity.

Still, it’s hard to be a good citizen if you don’t know anything about your rights or how the government is supposed to operate.

As the National Review rightly asks, “How can Americans possibly make intelligent and informed political choices if they don’t understand the fundamental structure of their government? American citizens have the right to self-government, but it seems that we increasingly lack the capacity for it.”

Americans are constitutionally illiterate.

Most citizens have little, if any, knowledge about their basic rights. And our educational system does a poor job of teaching the basic freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. For instance, a survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that a little more than one-third of respondents (36 percent) could name all three branches of the U.S. government, while another one-third (35 percent) could not name a single one.

A survey by the McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum found that only one out of a thousand adults could identify the five rights protected by the First Amendment. On the other hand, more than half (52%) of the respondents could name at least two of the characters in the animated Simpsons television family, and 20% could name all five. And although half could name none of the freedoms in the First Amendment, a majority (54%) could name at least one of the three judges on the TV program American Idol, 41% could name two and one-fourth could name all three.

It gets worse.

Many who responded to the survey had a strange conception of what was in the First Amendment. For example, 21% said the “right to own a pet” was listed someplace between “Congress shall make no law” and “redress of grievances.” Some 17% said that the First Amendment contained the “right to drive a car,” and 38% believed that “taking the Fifth” was part of the First Amendment.

Teachers and school administrators do not fare much better. A study conducted by the Center for Survey Research and Analysis found that one educator in five was unable to name any of the freedoms in the First Amendment. …

https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/constitution_day_2021_its_time_to_make_america_free_again

Sheriff Refuses to Enforce Vaccine Mandates

An Arkansas sheriff’s department says it will not enforce vaccine mandates on its staff after the Biden administration last week issued Covid-19 vaccination requirements through the US Labor Dept.

In a statement released via social media Friday, Cleburne County Sheriff Chris Brown rejected the imposition of vaccine mandates, which he compared to “dictator-like” behavior.

“I am appalled at some of the absolute dictator-like things we are seeing from the Federal Government, and several of the State Governments,” Sheriff Brown wrote.

“It is absolute tyranny, and completely abhorrent. It flies in the face of everything our country has always stood for, and is only furthering the damage and division done to the people of this wonderful nation.”…

https://www.infowars.com/posts/sheriff-refuses-to-enforce-vaccine-mandates/

Hack of British gun registration database proves again why Americans should never agree to one

(Natural News) At present, the going legal philosophy is that a federal gun registry is unconstitutional, as it is viewed as an infringement on the right to keep and bear arms.

The Second Amendment doesn’t specifically prohibit a federal ‘list’ of all the guns owned by citizens, but that is likely because our founders did not envision a time when Americans would allow their central government rulers to become so tyrannical.

But there are additional reasons why Americans should always oppose a federal gun registry, especially in a time of the “internet of things” — namely, cyber warriors and black hat actors are hacking gun registry sites in England and that means every Brit on that list is now in danger.

The Register reports why this is a big deal:

The names and home addresses of 111,000 British firearm owners have been dumped online as a Google Earth-compatible CSV file that pinpoints domestic homes as likely firearm storage locations – a worst-case scenario for victims of the breach.

As an exercise in amplifying a data theft to levels that endanger public safety, the latest evolution of the Guntrader database break-in is likely to become an infosec case study in how security breaches can become worse over time as stolen information is put to ever more intrusive uses.

The breach was likely done by an animal rights group — remember that in the UK, the rights of citizens to bear arms for protection from criminals as well as from government overreach is not a recognized inalienable right — as a means of putting guns used for hunting in danger of being stolen. We know this because the database was leaked online via an animal rights activist’s blog in database form that can be imported into Google Earth so that anyone ‘interested’ in where these guns are can “contact as many [owners] as you can in your area and ask them if they are involved in shooting animals.”

So it’s a harassment campaign, for certain, but also these guns are now ‘known’ to those who would love to steal as many of them as possible….

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-09-13-british-gun-registration-database-proves-why-americans-should-never-agree.html

Before there were clot shots, there were “well baby” visits

It doesn’t speak highly of this society that adults are only starting to pay attention to out-of-control medical corruption now that their own bodies are on the line.   American children have been decimated by medical corruption, and not just via toxic vaccines.   It takes a lot of blind obedience to subject a perfectly healthy child to injections of unknown industrial effluents without a second thought.   Look around you at the supermarkets and you’ll see what mass mind control and obedience has wrought.

Aluminum Body Retention Study Exposes CDC’s Vaccine Cruelty

Exley: Satanic Elite Shuts Down World-Renowned Aluminum Expert’s Research

Mawson Study of Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated Kids Re-posted, Re-Censored

Censored: Even Low Dose Vitamin D More Effective than Vaccine Against Flu

FDA Approves A Six-in-One Vaccine Associated with Sudden Infant Death

Robert Kennedy, Jr. is right about vaccines: A medically induced ‘holocaust’ is now upon us

Coincidence: Covid-related reduction in infant vaccinations commensurate with reduction in SIDS rate

Action Alert! Let Your Elected Officials Know About CHD’s Historic Win in 5G Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit Aug. 13 ruling in favor of Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and other petitioners is a win of historic proportions.

To capitalize on this landmark win — and to protect your family, our communities and the futures of all our children — CHD is launching a campaign to inform elected officials on the federal, state and local levels about the court’s decision, and to encourage them to take immediate action to ensure objective and independent review of the scientific evidence.

You can help by contacting your elected officials. Click here to take part in CHD’s campaign to legislators. 

The court ruled that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 2019 decision that its decades-old guidelines for 5G and wireless technology protects public health is capricious, arbitrary and not evidence-based as it pertains to the non-cancer harms.

This means the current guidelines regarding wireless technology do not protect public health.

The case revealed how the FCC and U.S. Food and Drug Administration have misled the public to believe that the FCC’s safety guidelines are based on rigorous review of the science.

In fact, over the past 25 years, no proper review of the non-cancer scientific evidence has ever been conducted, despite thousands of studies showing substantial evidence of harm, including to children.

Until this decision came down, the FCC’s guidelines had provided the government safety seal of approval for 5G and wireless deployment.

Now that the judges’ decision has confirmed this seal is not evidence-based, the FCC’s current guidelines cannot be used as an assurance of safety for smart devices and wireless infrastructure.

The public must be warned and protected. Click here to take part in CHD’s campaign to legislators.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/action-alert-let-your-elected-officials-know-about-chd-historic-win-5g-case/

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