This article is me ranting about the social engineering experiment we’re all currently living under during this season of pandemic. Since I don’t want you to think I’m a full-fledged conspiracy nut, throughout my rant, I’ve inserted hyperlinks that explain my various reasons for feeling the way I do. For most of them you can just read the synopsis at the top to get the jist, but some you’ll probably want to read for yourself.
Am I a conspiracy nut?
I'll let you decide.
July is wrapping up and I'm not gonna lie, I'm more than a little bummed over how all the fourth of July celebrations were cancelled. Having a national holiday's traditional celebrations cancelled due to Covid was bad enough, but what really depresses me is thinking about how this will affect Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations.
All of this is making me reassess how I celebrate anything. Covid is making me reassess a lot of things, even who and what I believe on the news. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/07/14/coronavirus-death-curve.aspx?cid_source=prnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20200714Z1&et_cid=DM593405&et_rid=916042788
Let’s be honest here, the media is loving the public fear. When was the last time anyone was watching the news this closely, paying such close attention to what the serious faced reporters had to say?
Due to personal experience, I’m suspicious of the medical profession in general.
I rely on a handful of natural web sites for medical advice whenever needed and so far I’ve never been steered wrong by my own research.
Earlier this month, I was reminded of another aspect of why I’m suspicious of the medical profession. This video which I’ve provided a link for here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N35yqI0cpMo was made by Dr. Brain Proctor of McKinney Texas, this nine minute and forty two second video is of Dr. Proctor telling how he has successfully treated his patients who tested positive for Covid-19 and not waiting to treat patients who showed symptoms but hadn't taken tests or had not received results yet. Part of what makes his protocol so controversial is that he gave everyone outpatient care; he has kept all of his patients home and out of the hospital. This little video received so much attention; YouTube saw fit to take it down a few days later for “Dangerous Content”.
There was so much public outcry about it, someone re-posted it and it has remained up ever since.
He’s not the only medical professional to speak out about alternative medical treatments that are more effective than standard care and get slammed for it.
You may have heard of Dr. Vladimir Zelenko of Monroe New York whose treatment protocol is similar to Dr. Proctors. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/07/15/hydroxychloroquine-for-coronavirus.aspx?cid_source=prnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20200715Z1&mid=DM593404&rid=916824406
All this talk about the race for a vaccine just sets my nerves on edge. I am incensed at the National Childhood Vaccine injury Act of 1986, commonly known as the Vaccine Act which gives vaccine manufacturers full legal immunity for any deaths their products cause. https://thevaccinereaction.org/2020/05/why-operation-warp-speed-could-be-deadly/ They are only required to give compensation for deaths caused by their products. They find it cheaper to pay damages for a brain damaged child than it is to make their vaccines safer.
There has even been a movie made about it, “1986: The Act”, showcasing how companies that make vaccines cannot be sued in a jury trial.
Dr. Judy Mikovits in the mini documentary “Plandemic” tells how she was censored for speaking out against bad vaccine manufacturing practices and how easy it would be to make vaccines both safer and more effective. She was later blacklisted for her views by none other than Dr. Anthony Fauci. She has since written a book, “Plague of Corruption: Restoring Faith in in the Promise of Science”. If you’re thinking this is all conspiracy theory, read through the sources and references section at the bottom of the article and judge for yourself. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/05/20/plandemic-documentary.aspx
A more recent example of medical censorship is Erin Olszewski, an veteran army nurse from Florida who went to help at Elmhurst Hospital in New York during the height of the Covid-19 outbreak there and later became a whistle blower about the bad medical practices she witnessed there. The video included in the article has been highly censored so watch it while you can. (Fyi- if you choose to watch the video, you might want to grab a tissue first.) https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/06/27/elmhurst-hospital-coronavirus.aspx
Why would anyone stop medical professionals from speaking out against safer, more effective medical treatments during a Global Pandemic? The following article showcases the relationship between Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates, who is making Billions (more) off all the current panic and how the World Health Organization, to which he is a huge contributor, (he gives them more money than the U.K.), is helping him do it.
If you’re in a hurry just read the synopsis at the top and the last four paragraphs. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/05/21/bill-gates-foundation-global-health.aspx
Do you think I sound like a conspiracy nut so far? I’m not the only one who thinks Bill Gates had become too big for his britches. The following Link is an expose article by The Nation Magazine upon which the above article is based, “Bill Gates’s Charity Paradox”. https://www.thenation.com/article/society/bill-gates-foundation-philanthropy/
What’s my point with all this? The Super Rich are getting richer from the Pandemic and thoroughly enjoying the control it's giving them. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/07/14/coronavirus-death-curve.aspx?cid_source=prnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20200714Z1&et_cid=DM593405&et_rid=916042788
We can hide in our homes, we can bathe in Purell, we can wear masks every moment of every day, but this pandemic will not end without either a massive shift in how we treat this disease such as what Dr. Proctor advocates, or everyone in the world who is susceptible to Covid- 19 catches it.
We can no longer afford to allow Doctors to make life and death decisions for us. Allowing ourselves to be overweight, obese or diabetic are luxuries we can no longer afford. There is only so much we can control in life, but our health is in our own hands. Our health is our decision to make.
If you're feeling the urge to curl into a fetal position and suck your thumb at all of this, click this link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N7EA41-yBg , I promise this one's not depressing ;-D. It’s a song by Josh Wilson that’s helped me remember what I need to keep my focus on.
Ever since the pandemic began and I lost my job, I’ve allowed my mind to wander too much, I’m scared of what will happen if I don’t find a job soon, any job at his rate. I’m going stir crazy with so little social interaction. I’m worried about my older friends and family, some of whom had painfully little social interaction and/or weren’t in the best health even before this. https://www.ccef.org/anxiety-waiting-and-the-coronavirus/
For myself I am staying home more than usual, getting sun, taking my vitamin D, Zinc, and Quercetin supplements, eating lots of meat, https://heartandsoilsupplements.com/ (Fyi- I am NOT a vegetarian) and wearing a mask only whenever a business I enter has a sign for me to do so.
Personally, I find the idea of wearing a face mask to keep corona virus at bay equal to the Cold War era advice they told kids to take shelter under a desk to hide from a nuclear bomb. It’s only an action to make us feel better, to give us some small illusion of control in the current madness we live in; it doesn’t actually block the virus. Plus, they have a down side. They can give you strep throat. This happened to my aunt. the doctor she saw said it was a common symptom of wearing a mask too much.
I feel claustrophobic every time I have to wear the thing in a grocery store and have a hard time breathing. For how I feel about the mask debate, watch the first and last video on this article, https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/07/29/do-masks-help-with-coronavirus.aspx?cid_source=prnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20200729Z1&mid=DM607362&rid=927526803
All of this leads to my biggest concern; not the disease itself so much as the governmental overreach it’s allowed. When else in history did Americans ever do something so en masse just because the government told us to? Would we be putting up with orders to wearing masks in public or social distance, if we weren’t so scared?
No matter what, death treats everyone equally. Deep down we all know this. As a Christian I’m commanded not to live in fear; that God does not mean for me to be timid, but to have a spirit of power, love and a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7).
My view about the current pandemic and what we as Christians should do about it on a practical basis is pretty well summarized in this article from FP Insider https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/03/13/christianity-epidemics-2000-years-should-i-still-go-to-church-coronavirus/
The early Christians lived through times much worse than what we’re experiencing now. On top of sadistic persecution, they were dealing with what came to be known as the Antonine Plague, a disease so virulent, whose symptoms were so terrifying, it nearly destroyed the Roman Empire. (Here is a 15 minute mini-documentary about it if your interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_q6-uLc01M).
Those early Christians helped their unbelieving friends and neighbors with whatever care they could provide, sometimes at the cost of their own lives. https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/spiritual-life/how-did-early-christians-face-pandemics.html
While the aristocrats and officials fled the diseased city of Rome, where nearly 2,000 people a day were dying, those early Christians stayed at their posts and helped their unbelieving friends and neighbors with whatever care they could provide, sometimes at the cost of their own lives. https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/spiritual-life/how-did-early-christians-face-pandemics.html
So I can either be paranoid about catching this thing, hole up in my house until all this blows over and pretend like it won’t affect me, (like those aristocrats in Edgar Allen Poe’s, “Mask of the Red Death” https://www.poemuseum.org/the-masque-of-the-red-death), or I can be like the Early Christians who took God’s words to heart, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go." - Joshua 1:9