“Have you wondered why more people died this year of Covid than in all of 2020? According to Johns Hopkins, Covid killed 353, 000 people in the United States in 2020. But in just 10 months in 2021, 390,000 people have died. How can that be? After all:
- Many of the extremely vulnerable have already died
- The experts say Delta is not as lethal as the original Wuhan infection
- 100 million people (according to the CDC) have already survived Covid and now have natural immunity
- And 190 million people have been double-vaxxed
These are four reasons why deaths should be decreasing. But they’re not decreasing, they’re increasing.
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From a great article at Doist:
- Choose a concept to learn. Select a topic you’re interested in learning about and write it at the top of a blank page in a notebook.
- Teach it to yourself or someone else. Write everything you know about a topic out as if you were explaining it to yourself. Alternately, actually teach it to someone else.
- Return to the source material if you get stuck. Go back to whatever you’re learning from – a book, lecture notes, podcast – and fill the gaps in your knowledge.
- Simplify your explanations and create analogies. Streamline your notes and explanation, further clarifying the topic until it seems obvious. Additionally, think of analogies that feel intuitive.
A lot of the strategies are easily implemented with ToDoist.
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These questions have been developed by Gary Kohls, MD. Dr. Kohls [send him mail] is a retired physician from Duluth, MN, USA. In the decade prior to his retirement, he practiced what could best be described as “holistic (non-drug) and preventive mental health care”. Since his retirement, he has written a weekly column for the Duluth Reader, an alternative newsweekly magazine. His columns mostly deal with the dangers of American imperialism, friendly fascism, corporatism, militarism, racism, and the dangers of Big Pharma, psychiatric drugging, the over-vaccinating of children and other movements that threaten American democracy, civility, health and longevity and the future of the planet. Many of his columns are archived at Duluthreader.com, Globalresearch.ca or at Transcend.org.
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As your employee, I am requesting that you review this document, provide the requisite information (item 14), and sign the form, in regards to your (proposed) requirement that I be inoculated with one of Big Pharma’s experimental Covid-19 vaccines.
NOTE TO INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE US MILITARY: The statements below apply tostudents or members of the US Military who are also threatened with being vaccinated – against their will – with experimental vaccines that have not yet been tested for long-term safety or efficacy.
1) If I agree to receive an EUA (experimental) Covid-19 injection, does my employee health insurance plan provide
complete coverage should I experience an adverse even, or even death?
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For many years the trend towards overt hostility towards Christian families has been clear, but the pandemic and mask/vaccine mandates have revealed the threat in an undeniable way.
Many Christians have discovered that where they live is directly correlated with the threat to their livelihood and liberties.
In the near future it may even be a threat to your physical freedom.
Most Americans, and indeed, those from the developed world, now have the ability to live and work almost anywhere. This begs the question; why not choose a place to live that provides the greatest opportunities for your family to flourish with the least threats to faith and freedom?
Along these lines, I’ve created a series of worksheets in Google Sheets with the goal of developing a logical approach to analyzing potential locations for raising a family. I’ve provided the template and offer many questions I feel are relevant, and you can edit/add to these with the data points you think are relevant.
For example, I believe if you evaluate living in a rural ‘red’ county in a ‘red’ state, you will find that these locations are much more conducive to family life than living in an urban ‘blue’ county in a ‘blue’ state.
You might see the risk as such that just living in rural America is not safe enough…so I’ve made it easy to evaluate others countries as well.
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