FBI Whistleblower Speaks; FBI Misconduct

FBI Whistleblower Speaks Out Amid Concerns the Agency Has Become Politicized

Suspended FBI special agent Steve Friend discusses why he came forward as a whistleblower, and what’s unfolded since. In September, Friend asserted that the FBI was violating policies and constitutional rights. He alleged that the FBI was deceptively handling Jan. 6 cases and cooking the books on domestic terrorism numbers, among other violations. He said his concerns were ignored by supervisors. Friend was later suspended pending an investigation.

 

MSM US station OAN drops red pill about NAZI WAR CRIMES in Ukraine

Ukraine A US Money Laundering Scheme; V-Safe Indicates The Vaccine Should be Taken Off The Market

This veteran explains the cabals’ lies on Ukraine

Putin rules out further major strikes on Ukraine for now

Most of the sites targeted by Russia have been hit, the president explained
Putin rules out further major strikes on Ukraine for now

There is currently no need for additional large-scale missile strikes on Ukrainian targets, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.

During a press conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, he explained that the Russian military is now pursuing other objectives, as only seven of some 29 targets designated by Russia’s Defense Ministry were not hit in a bombardment earlier this week.

“But these objects are being finished off gradually. There is no need for major strikes, at least for now,” Putin said.

On Wednesday, Ukraine’s Energy Minister German Galushchenko revealed that about 30% of the country’s energy facilities were damaged in two consecutive days of Russian strikes, according to CNN.

Putin said Moscow does not have the intention of destroying Ukraine as a country, and the current situation is a response to hostile actions taken by Kiev. He explained that if Ukraine had not blocked the water supply to the nearly two and a half million people living in Crimea, Russian forces would not have had to enter the country to open it back up.

“If they hadn’t done this, there wouldn’t have been other counteractions,” the President noted, adding that the recent attack on the Crimea Bridge is now also forcing Moscow to “think ten times” about how important it is for Russia to establish a link with Crimea across Ukrainian territory.

Asked whether or not he regretted the decision to launch a military offensive against Ukraine, Putin stressed that “everything that is happening today is unpleasant, to put it mildly.” Nonetheless, the Russian leader insisted that “all of this would have happened a little later, but only in worse conditions for us,” arguing that Moscow’s actions were timely and correct.

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

In February 2022, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics, which have since joined the Russian Federation, as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked.


US Sending $725 Million More in Weapons to Ukraine

By Naveen Athrappully

October 15, 2022 Updated: October 15, 2022

The Department of Defense (DOD) has announced that the United States will provide $725 million in additional security assistance to meet Ukraine’s “critical security and defense needs” as it battles a Russian invasion.

”This authorization is the Biden Administration’s 23rd drawdown of equipment from DoD inventories for Ukraine since August 2021. The United States has delivered unprecedented security assistance to Ukraine and will continue to work with allies and partners to ensure Ukraine has the support it needs,” said an Oct. 14 DOD press release.

As part of the assistance, the United States will hand over 23,000 155mm artillery rounds, 5,000 155mm rounds of Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) Systems, 500 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds, and additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS).

Ukraine will also receive 5,000 anti-tank weapons, over 200 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs), High-speed Anti-radiation missiles (HARMs), small arms and over 2,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition, and medical supplies.

Since January 2021, the United States has committed over $18.2 billion in security assistance to Ukraine, of which $17.6 billion was spent after Russia invaded the country in late February. Since 2014, the United States has spent more than $20.3 billion on Ukraine’s security.

The DOD announcement follows Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s meeting with defense ministers from almost 50 nations at the Ukraine Defense Contact Group this week in which the leaders committed to providing the war-torn country with necessary security assistance.

Spain has committed to offering four HAWK launchers to boost Ukraine’s air defense while Germany has delivered the first of four IRIS-T air-defense systems it has promised to Kyiv.

Ukraine’s Cost of War, NATO Application

During the recent Second Ministerial Roundtable Discussion for Support to Ukraine in Washington, D.C., IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva praised Ukrainian authorities for having done “an impressive job” in managing the country’s economy at a difficult time.

Ukraine’s financing needs are expected to remain strong throughout the year. “The external financing requirement will remain large as long as the war is ongoing. Our current thinking is that the financing requirements will be around US$3–US$4 billion per month in 2023,” Georgieva said.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has appealed to international donors for more contributions. The country is in need of around $38 billion to $55 billion to cover the estimated budget deficit next year.

Meanwhile, Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Alexander Venediktov has warned that admitting Ukraine into NATO could trigger a World War III.

On Sept. 30, Zelensky announced that his country has applied to join the NATO military alliance. The application came after Russia annexed four partially occupied Ukraine regions of Kherson, Luhansk, Donetsk, and Zaporizhzhya.

Naveen Athrappully

Naveen Athrappully  is a news reporter covering business and world events at The Epoch Times.

Press conference after Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla refused to answer in front of European Parliament

Juan O Savin Update; Russia Warns of ‘Direct Military Clash’ with US

She tells it like it is.

Juan O Savin “Watch The Water” 8/15/22

16 Aug, 2022 09:02

Russia warns of ‘direct military clash’ with US

The continued confrontation between the two powers could lead to unpredictable results, Russia’s US embassy warns
Russia warns of ‘direct military clash’ with US

Washington’s behavior on the world stage risks direct conflict between the nuclear states, the Russian embassy in the US has warned.

“Today, the United States continues to act with no regard to other countries’ security and interests, which contributes to an increase in nuclear risks,” the embassy said in a statement on its Telegram channel.

“The [US’] steps to further engage in a hybrid confrontation with Russia in the context of the Ukrainian crisis are fraught with unpredictable escalation and a direct military clash of nuclear powers.”

The embassy noted that Washington has recently withdrawn from two key arms control agreements, the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, which banned certain classes of land-based missiles, and the 1992 Treaty on Open Skies, which allowed for surveillance flights over each other’s territories.

The embassy urged the US to “take a closer look at its own nuclear policy instead of making unfounded accusations against the countries whose worldviews do not coincide with the American ones.”

“Our country faithfully fulfills its obligations as a nuclear-weapon state and makes every effort to reduce nuclear risks,” the diplomats said.

No need for nuclear weapons in Ukraine – Moscow

Read more  No need for nuclear weapons in Ukraine – Moscow

The statement comes after the US accused Moscow of using the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine as cover for its soldiers. The plant, the largest in Europe, was seized by Russian troops during the early stages of Moscow’s military operation in Ukraine, which was launched in late February. It continues to operate with Ukrainian personnel under Russian control.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called Russia’s action at the facility “the height of irresponsibility.” Russia and Ukraine, meanwhile, have been accusing each other of shelling the plant. According to Moscow, artillery fire by Ukrainians forces caused several fires and partial power outages this month.

Russia initiated a UN Security Council meeting last week regarding the situation around the Zaporozhye power plant. Russian envoy Vassily Nebenzia said that Moscow supports the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to inspect the facility as quickly as possible.

Exposing the Corruption; FBI Exposed in Kidnapping Plot; The Great Vaccine Scare Reaches Fever Pitch; The ‘Real Cause’ of Global Disorder

Exposing the Corruption

The Great Vaccine Scare Reaches Fever Pitch

BY JOSEPH MERCOLA  AUGUST 4, 2022

During the COVID-19 pandemic, virtually no one was spared from the Great Vaccine Scare – hysteria about any and all vaccine criticism. Investigative journalist Paul Thacker details how most anyone who dares to critique vaccines is quickly silenced.

The topic of vaccines has always been controversial, but it reached a fever pitch during the COVID-19 pandemic, when it became sacrilegious to speak out against them, or even question their safety and efficacy.

In 2021, investigative journalist Paul Thacker became a target of what he calls “the Great Vaccine Scare — hysteria about any and all vaccine criticism,”1 after he wrote an article published in The BMJ, titled, “COVID-19: Researcher Blows the Whistle on Data Integrity Issues in Pfizer’s Vaccine Trial.”2

The article, it should be noted, was thorough, accurate and “based on dozens of internal company documents, photos, audio recordings and emails.”3

It was so well done that it earned Thacker a nomination as a finalist for the Steve Connor Award for Investigative Science Journalism, presented by the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW). An ABSW judge described the article as, “A very good story on a sensitive issue that was reported responsibly, it very clearly spells out why the story mattered.”4

Fact Checkers Pounce, Label Factual Info ‘Misinformation’

Thacker’s investigation details a series of problems with laboratory management and quality control checks by Pfizer subcontractor Ventavia Research Group, which was testing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.

Regional director Brook Jackson, formerly employed by Ventavia, said she witnessed falsified data, unblinded patients, inadequately trained vaccinators and lack of proper follow-up on adverse events that were reported. After notifying Ventavia about her concerns repeatedly, she made a complaint to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration — and was fired the same day.5 Other former Ventavia employees spoke of similar issues. According to Thacker’s report:6

“One said that she had worked on over four dozen clinical trials in her career, including many large trials, but had never experienced such a “helter skelter” work environment as with Ventavia on Pfizer’s trial … She added that during her time at Ventavia the company expected a federal audit but that this never came.

After Jackson left the company problems persisted at Ventavia, this employee said. In several cases Ventavia lacked enough employees to swab all trial participants who reported covid-like symptoms, to test for infection.

Laboratory confirmed symptomatic covid-19 was the trial’s primary endpoint, the employee noted. (An FDA review memorandum released in August this year states that across the full trial swabs were not taken from 477 people with suspected cases of symptomatic covid-19.) ‘I don’t think it was good clean data,’ the employee said of the data Ventavia generated for the Pfizer trial. ‘It’s a crazy mess.’”

Soon after Thacker’s investigative piece was published in BMJ, it was “fact checked” by a group called Lead Stories, which referred to the investigation as a “hoax alert” in the related URL. Along with “correcting” statements that Thacker did not make, Lead Stories disparaged the investigation for “missing context,” but as investigative reporter Matt Taibbi explained, “‘Missing context’ has become a term to disparage reporting that is true but inconvenient.”7

Lead Stories took further issue with The BMJ investigation because it was shared by people such as Dr. Robert Malone and Robert F. Kennedy, who themselves have been targeted by fake fact checkers. Taibbi added:8

“The real issue with Thacker’s piece is that it went viral and was retweeted by the wrong people. As Lead Stories noted with marked disapproval, some of those sharers included the likes of Dr. Robert Malone and Robert F. Kennedy. To them, this clearly showed that the article was bad somehow, but the problem was, there was nothing to say the story was untrue.”

Thacker also called the “fact check” against his BMJ investigation “insane,” telling Taibbi, “Here’s what they do. They’re not fact checking facts. What they’re doing is checking narratives. They can’t say that your facts are wrong, so it’s like, ‘Aha, there’s no context.’ Or, ‘It’s misleading.’ But that’s not a fact check. You just don’t like the story.”9 Meanwhile, writing in The Disinformation Chronicle, Thacker explained:10

“After The BMJ published my investigation, we ran into a political buzzsaw from Facebook, which labeled the article “misinformation” even though they could find no factual errors. Facebook’s awkward political response spurred editors at The BMJ to send Mark Zuckerberg an open letter11 complaining about his “inaccurate, incompetent and irresponsible” fact check.”

Harassment for Voicing Vaccine Concerns Now Commonplace

Anyone who dares to question or criticize vaccinations is at risk of being harassed in today’s climate. Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a consultant cardiologist and chairman of public health collaboration in the U.K., is among those targeted for sharing science relating to COVID-19 shot side effects. Malhotra has earned some notoriety for speaking about the underlying factors that make certain people more vulnerable to COVID-19 — namely lifestyle-related diseases driven by poor diet.12

This aspect of prevention via a long-term healthy lifestyle, which could save lives in future pandemics, is another tenet that’s ignored by the dominant narrative. However, in June 2022, Malhotra was invited to speak at a “side event during a meeting of the British Medical Association.”13

“Just so we’re all clear — because people seem to freak out,” Thacker wrote, “Malhotra was NOT giving a talk FOR the British Medical Association (BMA). It was a talk for some international physicians, who happened to have their meeting during a BMA event.”14 The talk was based on the importance of evidence-based medicine and included information about historical corruption in the pharmaceutical industry.

The talk was not about vaccine side effects, per se, but Malhotra did mention a preprint article that found Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 shots are associated with an increased risk of serious adverse events of special interest.15 The excess risk of these adverse events exceeded the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization compared to the placebo group.

Malhotra received praise for his talk, and the next day was presented with a Champion of Preventive Medicine award by the chair of the BMA, who had also attended Malhotra’s talk. Soon after, the harassment started. According to Thacker:16

“Just so that we’re all clear — because people seem to freak out — Malhotra was NOT given a British Medical Association award. The person who gave it to him, just happens to also be Chair of the BMA.

Malhotra later tweeted a photo of himself receiving the award … and that’s when panic set in and hysteria began — good night, and good luck — like something out of a movie. Running around with their hair on fire, several prominent physicians began texting Malhotra to take down his tweet, which he then did.”

BMA then issued a statement about the kerfuffle, to ensure all were aware that Malhotra’s award was not a BMA award, and his views were not endorsed by the BMA.17

“If you’re reading this and scratching your head wondering how a tweet could rip a hole in the vaccine universe, thank yourself for not falling under the spell of vaccine magic where minor denunciations must be warded off with counter enchantments and press release potions,” Thacker wrote. “‘There’s a lot of money and many careers behind these vaccines,’ Malhotra told me.”18

Inconvenient Science Silenced by Twitter

Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson was also a victim of vaccine hysteria: His Twitter account was suspended when he posted this scientifically accurate information:19

“It doesn’t stop infection. Or transmission. Don’t think of it as a vaccine. Think of it — at best — as a therapeutic with a limited window of efficacy and terrible side effect profile that must be dosed IN ADVANCE OF ILLNESS. And we want to mandate it? Insanity.”

Berenson filed a lawsuit against Twitter for labeling the tweet as misleading and canceling his account. The case has since been resolved, with Twitter acknowledging that the tweets should not have led to a suspension. When his account was reinstated, Berenson tweeted the exact same message, which this time escaped Twitter’s “misinformation” flag.

Dr. Meryl Nass was similarly censored by Twitter after she tweeted the findings of a preprint study by Israeli scientists, which looked into the immunogenicity and efficacy of a fourth COVID-19 mRNA shot.20 It showed that while antibody titers were high, efficacy was low — “strong evidence,” she tweeted, “that titers are useless at predicting efficacy.” In a show of the hypocrisy of vaccine hysterics, Thacker explained:21

“Nass told me she does not understand how she desecrated vaccine magic. ‘I guess you have to ask Twitter that,’ she emailed me. However, her sacrilege seems to involve repeating the study’s conclusions that antibody titers do not correlate with vaccine protection.

Oddly enough, former CDC Director Tom Frieden made this exact same point22 last September to The BMJ, ‘We don’t know that antibody level is what determines protection.’”

Politics Put Ahead of Science in Booster Rollout

In another disturbing example of the narrative taking priority over science, Dr. Marion Gruber, director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccines Research & Review (OVRR) and OVRR deputy director Dr. Philip Krause both left their positions near the end of 2021, citing frustration that the CDC is involved in decisions that should be left up to the FDA, and that the White House announced booster shots were coming before the FDA had finished its reviews of the booster shots.23,24

Both Gruber and Krause were authors of an article published in The Lancet, which stated, “the currently available evidence does not show the need for widespread use of booster vaccination in populations that have received an effective primary vaccination regimen.”25

Harvard professor Martin Kulldorff, a member of the FDA’s Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee, was also punished by the CDC — which removed him from its advisory committee on vaccines — when he stated a COVID-19 clinical trial should not have been paused. Twitter then censored him when he tweeted that people with prior natural COVID-19 infection and children do not need COVID-19 shots.26

Steve Kirsch, executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, has also been vilified for speaking out against vaccines, and he has proof, in the form of a timeline of changes made to his Wikipedia page, which went from describing him as a “good guy,” including his 2003 humanitarian award, to painting him as a “menace to society.” “Because I’m a threat, it’s important to discredit me,” he wrote.27,28

When an exposé by The New York Times revealed in February 2022 that the CDC hasn’t published most of the data it’s been collecting during the pandemic,29 the CDC stated it was due to fear that the information might be misinterpreted.30

“Let’s be clear,” Kirsch wrote. “The only way the vaccine data could be interpreted as ineffective by us ‘misinformation spreaders’ is if the data shows the vaccines don’t work … The truth is the data didn’t support their narrative so they hid it. Do you think they would hide the data if it showed the vaccines worked? Of course not! … CDC admits it withheld data from the public because they didn’t want to create vaccine hesitancy.”31

In these unprecedented times, it’s clear that government agencies and the media are intent on sharing only the official narrative — not the truth about COVID-19 shots.

“Of course, none of the science writers working at mainstream outlets — New York Times Science Desk, Nature Magazine, Scientific American, Science Magazine and UnDark Magazine — have done an Edward R. Murrow and spoken out in alarm and dismay about this state of fear and paranoia,” Thacker noted. “Oh no! Most science writers are too busy doing their scicomm — helping and supporting the government to promote their position on vaccine policies.”32

Originally published August 02, 2022 on Mercola.com

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4 Aug, 2022 16:46

Kremlin points to ‘real cause’ of global disorder

Global stability was undermined by the 2014 Western-orchestrated coup d’état in Ukraine, the Kremlin said

 

The original source of the contemporary threat to the global order was the 2014 Maidan coup in Kiev, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed on Thursday. Peskov was pushing back on assertions made by NATO’s secretary-general that Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine was to blame for a major shake-up.

“The real threat to the world order and the situation in the world and … in Europe comes from the coup that took place in Ukraine in 2014, which was carefully orchestrated by, among others, NATO countries, despite the guarantees that the foreign ministers of a number of countries had provided. Hence the threat and danger to the world order,” he stressed.

According to Peskov, tensions in Europe have been stoked by aggressive NATO policies and encroachment toward Russia’s borders.

“This situation has been maturing for several decades and in many ways it was fueled by the aggressive policies NATO pursued towards our country as they brought their infrastructure closer to Russia. This created additional threats for us,” Peskov noted, explaining that, faced with such reality, Moscow had no choice but to take action.

On Thursday, NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the Ukraine conflict is the “most dangerous situation in Europe since World War Two,” and the West must do its best to stop Russia from winning. With that, he vowed to continue to support Kiev with arms and other types of aid.

Moscow has repeatedly warned the West against sending weapons to Kiev, saying it only prolongs the conflict, increases the number of casualties, and will result in long-term consequences.

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

In February 2022, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked.

JFK to 9/11 Everything Is A Rich Man’s Trick (Documentary)

This is the best and most comprehensive documentary I have ever seen . It  logically and concisely  lays out  how the power structure of the world works from WWI to modern times. No one should be surprised of the CIA involvement. This should be mandatory viewing for  every person on the planet especially people of the United States.   It is long, but worth of the time for those seeking the truth. The world is not as it seems. Please share!

JFK to 9/11 Everything Is A Rich Man s Trick (Documentary)

 

Scooby Doo; Medical Tyranny Discussion; Ancient Egyptians in Grand Canyon  

Scooby Doo tells us who is behind the Vaccines
Medical Tyranny Discussion

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The world is not as it seems. The veil is being lifted for all to see. Jesus said in the Gospel of Thomas, “Recognize what is in your sight, and that which is hidden from you will become plain to you . For there is nothing hidden which will not become manifest.”

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Woman Watched Doctors Save Her Life From Outside Her Body — After Predicting She’d Die Giving Birth

BY CATHERINE YANG TIMEJULY 15, 2022

 

Stephanie Arnold was already a mother to two young girls, but when she became pregnant with her third child, she had a bad feeling.

It wasn’t pregnancy jitters; it wasn’t fear of the unknown — it was a premonition.

“I knew 100 percent I was going to die giving birth to my son,” Arnold told Today. She told everyone — her friends, her family, her doctors. She made public posts — goodbye letters — on social media, and she knew months before her due date that she was going to die on the operating table.

‘I told everyone who would listen.’

Where was this coming from? Why was she being morbid?

Friends and family were worried about her, and doctors didn’t quite believe her, dismissing her concerns as just nerves.

But it wasn’t just that; Arnold knew very specifically that she was going to die on the operating table, suffer kidney failure, and even need a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus). It was like she had a precise but horrible vision of what was to come.

One of the last people she told was her anesthesiologist during her last medical consultation before her delivery.

It felt like a useless phone call wherein Arnold received no help; the anesthesiologist had walked her through what recovery would look like, and then Arnold asked what would happen in the very specific case that things played out like her vision.

“She said she was startled by it,” Arnold said.

But even though Arnold hung up feeling like the anesthesiologist didn’t help, it ended up being the crucial tie-breaker.

The anesthesiologist ended up flagging Arnold’s file and incorporating extra blood and a crash cart in her operating room.

It ended up making all the difference.

Arnold ended up delivering a healthy baby boy earlier than her due date. She started bleeding and had to be rushed to the hospital. She said goodbye to her 18-month-old daughter through her tears, knowing it would be the last time she would see her.

And then things ended up playing out exactly like her vision. Three seconds after her son was born, she died.

Epoch Times Photo
(Courtesy of Stephanie Arnold and @stepharnold37)
Epoch Times Photo
(Courtesy of Stephanie Arnold and @stepharnold37)

Arnold flatlined for 37 seconds, and during that time, she saw the medical staff who sprang into action, she saw which nurse was giving her CPR, she saw what was going on with her daughter down the hall in another room, she saw her anesthesiologist at the foot of her bed, and she saw her doctor standing beside her saying over and over again, “This can’t be happening. This can’t be happening.”

Arnold’s blood wasn’t clotting, she had a heart attack, her kidneys were failing, and she had to get a hysterectomy just like she had seen in her premonition. The human body usually has 20 units of blood — she was given 60 units.

If the extra blood and crash cart hadn’t been on hand, Arnold would not have been resurrected.

It turned out she had an amniotic fluid embolism — where the amniotic fluid gets into the mother’s bloodstream, a rare 1-in-40,000 occurrence, and Arnold happened to be allergic to the fluid, causing a horrific reaction.

When Arnold came out of her medically induced coma, she was traumatized. Everything she feared would happen came to pass, and she ended up seeking therapy to help work through it.

‘I woke up … and I cried, and I cried, and I cried.’

But out of those regression therapy sessions, Arnold learned that she knew a lot of things she shouldn’t have been able to know.

Later, when she asked her doctor whether she’d said “This can’t be happening,” her doctor was shocked. She told Arnold that she did, but only in her head.

Arnold had known what her husband was wearing even though he had been getting off a plane and nowhere near her; she’d known what her daughter was doing down the hall; what the doctors and nurses were doing during the 37 seconds where she was technically dead. There was no way for her to have been conscious or aware of any of that.

Epoch Times Photo
(Courtesy of Stephanie Arnold and @stepharnold37)

She had had an out-of-body experience.

“I have no explanation of it all,” one of her doctors told her.

‘I can’t give you a medical explanation for all of this. You need to go spiritual.’

What really sealed Arnold’s belief that she’d had a spiritual near-death and out-of-body experience was one little boy she saw during those seconds.

There was a little boy who looked a lot like her childhood girlfriend, and she supposed that it could have been her brother who had passed away as a child. Except she’d never met this boy.

During this time, the little boy told Arnold, “Tell my sister that I miss the way she twirled my hair.”

It made no sense to her, but during Arnold’s recovery, she called up her friend to ask if this meant anything to her.

When she did, her friend dropped the phone and just broke down crying.

She told Arnold, “I used to do it every night to put him to sleep.”

As a child, Arnold was intuitive to the point of practically having premonitions, but it went away as she got older. But the months leading up to her third pregnancy cranked her sensitivity up high.

She did her research thoroughly afterward as well. She sorted through many near-death experiences and read what other experts had to say for or against these theories while making up her mind.

Epoch Times Photo
(Courtesy of Stephanie Arnold and @stepharnold37)

Her own doctors had told her that, normally, someone in her situation would not have survived, or if they did there was such a high chance of lasting neurological damage, and none of it happened to Arnold.

Then she compiled her research and her interview with her doctors in the aftermath and wrote a book, titled “37 Seconds,” to tell her story.

Arnold knew what she saw had to be true.

She had gone through a traumatic experience, and the months leading up to it were terrifying, but she came out the other side feeling blessed.

“Not a day goes by that I don’t feel blessed. Not a day goes by that I don’t appreciate life,” she said.

Find out more about Stephanie Arnold at her website stephaniearnold.net, or check out her book “37 Seconds” at Amazon.

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Doctor Scott Young on Nesara

 

…Each moment and certainly each diurnal period of the bodily incarnation offers death and rebirth to one which is attempting to use the catalyst which is offered it. – Law Of One 81.13

Geo-Political Update; What is Happening Inside Hospitals; WHO demands return of Covid masks; On the Spiritual Side

Weekly Geo-Political News and Analysis

Abe, Johnson Fall, Biden and Macron next as Khazarian Mafia  takedown continues. The world is not as it seems and we cannot separate the physical and metaphysical worlds. The following report provides updates of what is happening in the greatest spiritual battle the world has even known.



Meanwhile, WHO Demands return of the face diaper and social distancing.  We know the elections are coming up in the United States and if Deep State loses control in the US, then they lose control of the world. 

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the coronavirus pandemic was nowhere near over
WHO demands return of Covid masks

Speaking during a weekly briefing, Tedros stated that “the virus is running freely, and countries are not effectively managing the disease.” With the WHO concluding last week that the virus remains a ‘Public Health Emergency of International Concern’, Tedros asserted that the pandemic was “nowhere near over.”

During the week of July 4-10, 2022, over 5.7 million new cases of Covid-19 were reported, a 6% increase compared to the previous week. Deaths, however, have remained relatively flat throughout this summer, with just over 9,800 reported in the week leading up to July 4, five times fewer than the same week last year.

Tedros called on national authorities to step up their efforts in “communicating risk” to the public, and called for a return of “public health social measures like masking, distancing and ventilation.”

Mask mandates and social distancing requirements were largely abandoned earlier this year, although some countries – among them China and South Korea – still require face masks in most public settings.

VACCINES & SAFETY

Fauci Concedes COVID-19 Vaccines ‘Don’t Protect Overly Well’ Against Infection

By Jack Phillips

White House COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci conceded Wednesday morning that COVID-19 vaccines don’t protect “overly well” against the virus.

Speaking during a Fox News interview, Fauci told host Neil Cavuto that “one of the things that’s clear from the data [is] that … vaccines—because of the high degree of transmissibility of this virus—don’t protect overly well, as it were, against infection.”

But Fauci said later that the vaccines “protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death” before he made note of his recent COVID-19 diagnosis.

“At my age, being vaccinated and boosted, even though it didn’t protect me against infection, I feel confident that it made a major role in protecting me from progressing to severe disease,” said Fauci, who is 81 and has worked in various capacities in the federal government since the late 1960s. He’s also headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since the Reagan administration.

Fauci then said it’s because of the vaccination that it is “very likely why I had a relatively mild course.”

Natural Immunity

The official’s comments come just days after a bombshell study revealed that natural immunity, or the immunity conferred via a previous COVID-19 infection, provides superior protection against the virus when compared with vaccines.

Researchers in Qatar said that individuals who survived a COVID-19 infection and weren’t vaccinated had very high protection against severe or fatal disease.

“Effectiveness of primary infection against severe, critical, or fatal COVID-19 reinfection was 97.3 percent … irrespective of the variant of primary infection or reinfection, and with no evidence for waning. Similar results were found in sub-group analyses for those ≥50 years of age,” Dr. Laith Abu-Raddad of Weill Cornell Medicine–Qatar wrote.

But the researchers noted that both natural and artificial immunity conferred via vaccines waned over time. People who were previously infected with COVID-19 and were not vaccinated had half the risks of reinfection as compared to those that were vaccinated with two doses but not infected.

During an interview with the Washington Post this week, Fauci suggested that Americans aged 5 to 50 should be allowed to get a second booster shot.

The federal government, he argued, “need[s] to allow people who are under 50 to get their second booster shot, since it may have been months since many of them got their first booster.”

“If I got my third shot [in 2021], it is very likely the immunity is waning,” Fauci proclaimed.

Marina Zhang contributed to this report.


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An Irreversible Decision; Wisconsin Supreme Court: Ballot Drop Boxes Are Illegal; Dutch Farmers’ Protests; Dropping Vaccines and Here Is The Reason

An Irreversible Decision: Once You’ve Been Vaccinated, You Cannot Become Unvaccinated

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: “The types of things that this injection does, binding the spike protein to the surface of your cells, making an antibody, which means you’re sensitized to that forever. Once you’ve been vaccinated, it is the mark. You cannot become unvaccinated. This is an irreversible thing.”

“Put your hands in God and not in these pharmaceuticals.”

 

Breaking!!!!

Wisconsin Supreme Court: Ballot Drop Boxes Are Illegal

By Zachary Stieber
July 8, 2022 Updated: July 8, 2022

Drop boxes that enable people to drop off ballots cast by themselves and others are illegal under Wisconsin law, the state’s Supreme Court ruled on July 8.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) in two documents in 2020 said drop boxes can not only be utilized, but that they can be unstaffed and permanent. Further, the agency said “a family member or another person” can drop off a ballot on behalf of a voter.

The guidance was problematic because Wisconsin law states that a voter is the only individual who can deliver their ballot, either in person or via mail, a lawsuit filed last year stated.

In the ruling on Friday, a Wisconsin Supreme Court majority agreed.

“We hold the documents are invalid because ballot drop boxes are illegal under Wisconsin statutes,” Justice Rebecca Bradley wrote in the majority opinion.  “An absentee ballot must be returned by mail or the voter must personally deliver it to the municipal clerk at the clerk’s office or a designated alternate site.”

The decision upheld a circuit court ruling that concluded an elector must “personally mail” his or her ballot and that there are only two lawful methods for casting an absentee ballot. Those are mailing the ballot and delivering it in person.

“Because WEC’s memos conflict with these statutory directives, they are invalid,” Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote in a concurring opinion.

The memos were promulgated by the WEC in response to questions from local election clerks amid the COVID-9 pandemic.

“This decision provides substantial clarity on the legal status of absentee ballot drop boxes and ballot harvesting. While the question of whether an agent may mail an absentee ballot remains open, Wisconsin voters can have confidence that state law, not guidance from the Wisconsin Elections Commission, has the final word on how Wisconsin elections are conducted,” Rick Esenberg, president and counsel for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, told The Epoch Times in an email.

The institute brought the case.

Dissent

Three justices dissented, including Justice Ann Walsh Bradley.

Writing for the minority, Bradley said a drop box “is a simple and perfectly legal solution to make voting easier, especially in the midst of a global pandemic.”

“But it is apparently a bridge too far for a majority of this court, which once again rejects a practice that would expand voter participation,” she added.

Bradley took issue with allowing two Wisconsin voters to challenge the guidance.

“Taken to its logical conclusion, the majority/lead opinion indicates that any registered voter would seemingly have standing to challenge any election law. The impact of such a broad conception of voter standing is breathtaking and especially acute at a time of increasing, unfounded challenges to election results and election administrators,” she wrote.

Zachary Stieber

REPORTER

Become Ungovernable: Eva Vlaardingerbroek Breaks Down Why the Dutch Farmers’ Protests Are So Pivotal

Become Ungovernable: Eva Vlaardingerbroek Breaks Down Why the Dutch Farmers’ Protests Are So Pivotal

“It’s very clear that the government is not doing this because of a nitrogen crisis, they’re doing this because they want these farmers’ land.”

I am Dropping Vaccines and Here is Why

Pedophilia Rampart In Governments? Children Are Being Indoctrinated Not Educated; Big Pharma Paid $24 Million to 1 Percent of US Oncologists; Near-Death Experiences

Is pedophilia running rampart in the world governments? Decide for yourself.

Our Children are being Indoctrinated Not Educated. The video below explains


Meanwhile 

Big Pharma Paid $24 Million to 1 Percent of US Oncologists, Many in High-Profile Positions: Study

Authors say findings identify risk of ‘real conflict of interest’
By Marina Zhang
July 6, 2022 Updated: July 6, 2022

One percent of U.S. cancer doctors, many with leadership roles in hospitals, academia, national health institutes, and guideline-making, received over $24 million in payments from cancer pharmaceutical companies in 2018, according to a new study by Queen’s University in Canada.

The study found that 139 oncologists—representing 1 percent of all American cancer doctors—were given over $100,000 in general payments, with a median payment of around $154,000, and a total of $24.2 million.

“A payment of this magnitude creates a high risk” of conflict of interest, the authors wrote in the study, with $10,000 considered to be a significant payment by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The payments to these doctors made up 37 percent of all payments to oncologists in that year, including consulting fees, speaking fees, honoraria, and travel expenses from cancer medication companies.

“These physicians hold important leadership positions, draft treatment guidelines, and serve on journal editorial boards.”

“The findings identify a risk for perceived and real conflict of interest. Because of the leadership positions they hold, the potential impact of this small group of physicians on oncology practice and policy may be substantial,” the study’s lead author Dr. Anthony Booth told MedPage Today.

Further, the payments raise the concern that doctors may prescribe medication that is not as suitable for cancer patients, as conflict of interest “may be particularly problematic in oncology, as treatments are expensive, often have significant toxicities, and may be associated with modest benefits.”

Big Pharma Money Goes to Influential Doctors

The study authors found that 95 percent of these doctors were still practicing medicine, with many considered top-rated cancer doctors at the state or national level.

More than half—56 percent—also worked in academic settings; 31 percent worked at National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers, and a quarter—23 percent—worked at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a not-for-profit alliance of 32 leading cancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education.

Many were also in medical leadership positions with 60 and 72 percent currently or previously holding hospital leadership or faculty appointments. One quarter—24 percent—have worked on journal editorial boards, and 21 percent have held leadership posts in special associations.

In particular, 10 percent have drafted clinical practice guidelines in committees for the past 5 years.

Many committees have rules on how much an author of guidelines is allowed to receive. The NCCN will challenge members if an individual receives more than $20,000 a year, which is only one-fifth of the baseline in the study.

A previous study also showed that only 16 percent of NCCN guideline authors did not accept general industry payments with other studies showing that NCCN guideline committees have higher financial ties to the industry than other oncologists.

“Oncology specialty associations, guideline panels, and journal editorial boards should reconsider if it is appropriate for physicians with such large payments to hold these high-profile positions,” the authors wrote.

They noted that revenue from pharmaceutical oncology drugs has increased by 70 percent over the past decade, while revenue in non-oncology drug revenue has decreased by 18 percent.

At the same time, the number and value of those payments to oncologists have also increased.

The study team also identified a total of 52,441 physicians who received modest payments related to oncology drugs from 2016 to 2018, with a median of $109 in 2018.

However, previous studies have shown that even “modest payments can influence physician behavior.”


Terminal Cancer Patient ‘Immersed in God’s Mercy’ During Organ Failure Coma—Woke up 30 Hours Later With a Message

HEALTH SCIENCE

Patterns in the phenomenon of near death experiences
BY HEALTH 1+1 TIMEJULY 6, 2022

 

Anita Moorjani is a New York Times bestselling author, and she was also a terminal lymphoma patient. When she was dying, she had a near-death experience that people usually don’t go through.

At that time, Moorjani had been fighting lymphoma for four years and was terminally ill. The cancer had spread, and her body was covered in tumors, some as big as lemons. She was only 85 pounds and “looked like a skeleton with skin” as she put it.

On the morning of February 2, 2006, Moorjani fell into a coma, as her organs began to fail and shut down. Doctors informed her family and announced that she would only live for a few more hours.

During this time, something miraculous happened. Although Moorjani’s eyes were closed, and she was still in a coma, her consciousness suddenly woke up.

She described the scene, “I felt myself expanding out of my body and could see my own body in the hospital bed.” She was like an extremely lucid and omnipresent bystander, who could be everywhere and anywhere at the same time.

She felt that her soul had entered another world, and she believed it to be heaven. She saw many beings there welcoming her. It seemed that every being was immersed in God’s mercy and unconditional love, making her realize the preciousness and greatness of life itself. She traveled for a long time in this world unbounded by time or space, seeing the past and future.

She suddenly realized that her life goals and choices had been distorted, that she had dealt with everything from a fearful and negative perspective, that she had lived a heavy life, and that all this had caused her cancer. “And I actually learned that my cancer would heal quickly after I returned to my body,” she said.

After more than 30 hours of being on the verge of death, Moorjani woke up miraculously. She declared to her family at her bedside, “I’m going to get better. It’s not time for me to die.”

Four or five days later, the tumors in her body had shrunk by 70 percent; within three weeks, her cancer had disappeared without a trace; and five weeks after she woke up, Moorjani was discharged from the hospital and went home.

She said that the most important thing she learned from this near-death experience was a new understanding of the meaning of life. It made her understand how she should live.

10 Phenomena of Near-Death Experiences

Modern research on near-death experiences dates back about 50 years, in the 1970s. However, descriptions of such experiences can be found as far back as ancient Greece.

Near-death experiences (NDEs) are vivid and often life-altering experiences, many of which occur under extreme physiological conditions such as trauma, cessation of brain activity, deep general anesthesia, or cardiac arrest. According to the popular view of neuroscience, any form of consciousness or sensory experience is impossible under such conditions.

Although NDEs vary from person to person, they usually have the following phenomena:

  • A feeling of comfort and absence of pain
  • A feeling of leaving the body, sometimes floating in the air and seeing one’s own body
  • The mind works more clearly and quickly than usual
  • A feeling of being pulled into a tunnel or darkness
  • Seeing a brilliant light, sometimes at the end of a tunnel
  • An overwhelming sense of peace and happiness, or unconditional love
  • The feeling of gaining unlimited knowledge
  • Looking back on one’s life, or remembering important events of the past
  • A sense of foreknowledge of future events
  • Encounters with deceased family members, relatives, friends, or religious figures

The details of Moorjani’s experience correspond to these phenomena. There are also people whose near-death experiences are different from the ones listed above and may be frightening or painful.

Causes of Near-Death Experiences

Many people describe NDEs as hallucinations from various causes. For instance, they are said to be caused by hypoxia, hypercapnia, hormone and neurotransmitter release, epilepsy, limbic lobe activation, REM intrusion, and brain dysfunction.

The most popular explanation for NDEs is the dying brain hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, NDEs are hallucinations caused by brain activity as cells begin to die.

Professor Sam Parnia, a well-known researcher of near-death experiences and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, wrote that scientifically speaking, there are no studies that provide definitive data that actually link the near-death experiences to abnormal brain states.

study conducted by researchers at the University of Oregon and published in the journal Explore in 2021 emphasized that the seemingly plausible dying brain hypothesis does not explain the full range of features that may occur during a NDE, such as why people experience disembodiment.

Furthermore, there is much evidence that people have sensory-perceptual experiences during their NDEs. However, materialism argues that consciousness arises solely from the activity of the neurons in the brain and that people do not have such sensory perceptual experiences in extreme near-death situations.

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Some people also believe that the sense of calm and blissfulness felt during the NDEs is due to the effects of drugs or even narcotics. However, study in QJM: An International Journal of Medicine suggests that this is not scientifically logical. Just as hugging can bring happiness, so can certain drugs, but it is not logical to say that the happiness from hugging is due to the drugs taken by the people who hug.

Researchers in Italy and Switzerland conducted two separate studies comparing the quality of memories of NDEs with the quality of imagined memories. Both found that memories of NDEs were inconsistent with fictitious experiences. Memories of near-death experiences were closer to memories of real-life events and appeared to be more real than real-life events.

One of the studies revealed that the brain waves when recalling NDEs are similar to the brain waves of real memories, which are different from the brain waves of imagined memories.

Near-death memories are clearer and contain more self-referential and emotional information than memories of real events and coma memories. Researchers have therefore concluded that NDEs cannot be considered as memories of imagined events.

Objectively speaking, although many phenomena of NDEs cannot be explained by the medical community, skeptics rarely accuse near-death experiencers of fabricating stories out of thin air. At least it can be said that the feeling of people having been there must have been real. NDEs are numerous and often well documented, including by reputable or respected medical professionals.

Dr. Eben Alexander is a neurosurgeon who has taught and practiced at several prestigious hospitals and colleges, including Harvard Medical School. He had a NDE after suffering from a rare form of meningitis and a severe coma. However, he later recovered in a short period of time. As he’s an expert in the field of neurology, Alexander studied his own medical history and came to the conclusion that he was in a deep coma during his near-death experience and that his brain had already shut down completely. He believed that the only explanation for what he felt and saw was that his soul was indeed detached from his body. However, this phenomenon cannot be confirmed by modern scientific testing methods.

Near-Death Experiences Can Cure Diseases?

Another impressive aspect of Moorjani’s story is that after her NDE, she was cured of her advanced lymphoma within a very short period of time, and the cancer cells disappeared from her body.

In addition to Moorjani and Alexander, many other people experience life miracles or life changes after near-death experiences. What are the reasons for these miracles?

People often report that during NDEs, their belief in the meaning of life increases. This is accompanied by a reduced fear of death, a greater sense of altruism, a greater sense of compassion and responsibility, and the ability to show greater love to others.

This type of physiological change brought about by this spiritual elevation may be one of the reasons for their improvement in illness.

Researchers of psychology, psychiatry, biobehavior, and immunology at the University of California published a joint study in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine. They followed 43 female participants and found that women who valued, or valued more than before, the search for meaning and purpose of life had more increased natural killer cell cytotoxicity (i.e. more powerful ability to kill foreign invaders) than women who did not. This implies that such individuals are also more resistant to cancer and viruses.

Natural killer cells are the body’s natural immune cells that kill a wide range of solid tumor cells and leukemia cells, as well as virus-infected cells. They act like armed police officers to capture and destroy the wrongdoers in the body. A decrease in their activity or number can lead to the development and metastasis of cancer and viral infections. In addition, many diseases, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, immunodeficiency syndrome, and certain autoimmune diseases, are also associated with natural killer cells.

The belief and appreciation of the meaning of life play an important role in maintaining and enhancing physical and mental health.

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Understanding the meaning of life leads to a more positive outlook on life and a greater sense of inner peace, which can help restore a sense of control over cancer and life. People who have lost their belief in the meaning of life tend to be reluctant to face life positively, have higher levels of depression and stress, and are less likely to get better from their illnesses.

Yale University published a study in the journal Palliative Supportive Care in 2014. In this study, by following 52 patients with advanced cancer, they found that spiritual well-being had a very strong impact on quality of life in such patients, even outweighing the impact of physical and emotional well-being.

Besides cancer, other diseases can also be greatly improved by spiritual elevation. In a study conducted by scholars from the Department of Psychology at Brigham Young University, 100 religious people between the ages of 15 and 59 found that the better the spiritual wellness, the lower the risk of heart disease-related blood pressure, inflammation, fasting glucose, and blood lipids.

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