Sunday Weekly Review
“The planet is fine. The people are fucked.” ~ George Carlin
The main story this week was the terrible earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. Disasters like this should demonstrate the best of humanity, but in this case, they demonstrated how divided and inhuman we have become. While initially primarily from Bulgaria, Turkey received immediate help. Western countries sent aid despite their reservations. Syria was initially only helped by the Russians. People from all over the world who wanted to send money discovered that they couldn't because of the sanctions imposed on Syria. Nobody remembers what sanctions are about but these sanctions stop the saving of innocent lives.
Can humanity sink any lower?!
Look at this elderly man from Bulgaria. The "perfect" life of being in the European Union provides him with a pension that allows him to live only on bread, unable to afford heating or medications. Nonetheless, he wanted to make a donation to the earthquake victims.
Translation: “So, this man from Veliko Tarnovo, who gets a minimum pension, today went to donate 7 BGN for the victims of the earthquake... However, he was told that they do not accept money, only food and he went to buy something for 7 BGN... "People suffered a lot" - says the man through tears and can not continue...I don't know how it is in the world, but to know how it is here...”
This man may be poor, but he is human.
Unlike those from The Grammys, a freak show supported by even bigger freaks who have a history of killing people, including newborns.
We witnessed another freak show this week. The Ukrainian drugged puppet went to Europe to demand more money. People on Twitter believe Zelensky is a war criminal, but our service men and women continue to applaud him. How can we put a stop to it? I've given the answer numerous times!
It is revolting that while the poor try to help earthquake victims, “it” and the other European politicians are living at large and plotting how to make all of us even poorer.
This father from the Hauts-de-France region of France, for example, says that his children's school cannot afford proper heating and that medicines are in short supply.
Translation: “Today is 9 February, 2023. Behind me is the primary school where my daughter attends. At 2 p.m. the school called, asking us to pick up the children because the heating had been turned off. It is now 8 C° during school hours. It turns out that we give money left and right, we give the "Legion of Honour" (yesterday Macron gave it to Zelensky), but we cannot heat our schools. On the top of it, my little child, who is 3, got sick. The doctor throws up his hands because there is no medicine. This is France today... This is misery ..!”
Meanwhile in Canada
“Justin Trudeau has threatened Provincial Premiers that he will cut off healthcare funding unless they agree to Digital ID. This Digital ID system will allow government to control every aspect of your life.
Healthcare funding comes from taxpayers, so they should simply refuse to pay taxes and request a refund.
Provincial premiers have an opportunity to speak out for their constituents.
In Germany, children require a PCR test to receive hospital treatment, and if they do not have one, even life-saving treatments are denied. The PCR test is unreliable and excruciatingly painful. On top of that, the justification for the PCR test, the SARS-CoV-2 sequence, has been removed from the German infection protection act.
So, what's the reasoning behind it?
There is only one answer. Medical doctors enjoy abusing their patients, including children, and we are just a money machines for them. Hospitals continue to profit from people who test positive.
It's no surprise that people no longer trust medical professionals.
WHO has returned to old gold flu scare tactics.
During my PhD, I discovered a possible flu-blocking substance.
Of course, this will not happen. The “solution” will be an mRNA flu “vaccine”.
Just another psyop.
And here's another part of it. Remember when it was said that eggs were bad for your heart?
Reality distortion increases obedience and makes people more susceptible to lies. They have no concept of good or bad. Hollywood, TV shows, and news outlets put a lot of effort into it.
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated on February 11th. I reintroduced a fantastic one. It is Elisabeth Bugie, a woman who helped discover streptomycin, the first antibiotic against tuberculosis. She also laid the groundwork for the cultivation of Streptomyces bacteria. Her protocols are still in use today. My article about her is the second most popular on search engines, following Wikipedia's, which was created as a result of my article. Her story is fascinating. Take a look at it.
Today I will finish with it…
“A dog and a cat that lost their owners in the Turkish earthquake found each other and are now inseparable.”
Consider it once more. Due to sham sanctions, the United States and the European Union have prevented helping Syria..... These two animals, from species which dislike each other, are more human than we are.
If you pay taxes, you are equally culpable in these atrocities.
If you say nothing, you are also supporting it.
If you do nothing, you are part this inhuman world.
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