I recently read The Stranger by Albert Camus. The main character, for some critics, is admirably stoic, not willing to bend his will to the absurdity of life, faithful to his nihilistic ideals. Some think that Merusault does a heroic job of controlling or ignoring his human emotions because of his firm belief that nothingContinue reading “Albert Camus’ The Stranger is a Stranger to Things of the Spirit”
When I came across the World Economic Forum’s article titled “A Māori lens on AI: how indigenous cultures can help keep us grounded,” I got that sick feeling in my stomach that always comes with a taste of the New World Order. The article asks, “So, what if AI could be embedded with the valuesContinue reading “The WEF is using indigenous cultures to promote collectivism and solidify its control”
The cornerstone of the nationwide hospital treatment protocol handed down by Fauci and the NIH is the antiviral drug remdesivir, which reportedly “can kill SARS-CoV-2 in a petri dish under experimental conditions.”1 A study in the New England Journal of Medicine, Remdesivir for the Treatment of Covid-19 — Final Report, found that “remdesivir was superiorContinue reading “Remdesivir survival rate only 5% better than placebo: Study”
“Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and give unto God what is God’s.” Luke 20:25 “For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.” 1 Corinthians 6:20 I am accepting the religious exemption from the vaccine mandate for teachers in the State of Washington.Continue reading “My acceptance of a religious exemption from the vaccines”
After nearly 150 views on my webpage, my account on Medium was suspended because they said my questions presented a risk of potential harm to persons or public health.
You will read in the annals of our history that our fore-bearers from all lands on the earth came to the United States to practice their religions freely without undue interference from government. While true that people in chains could not have made that journey for religious freedom, nevertheless, the record shows that many peopleContinue reading “Religious-exemption only policies reveal the need for religion”
This is a true story copied directly from a recent email by ChinaAid. I have changed the names to Americanize it and embellished the story with the mention of Facebook instead of Wechat. I figure we might as well get used to hearing what our future sounds like.
On August 9, 2021, third-term governor of Washington State, Jay Inslee, announced a draconian vaccine mandate for state employees and healthcare workers. I’ve compiled a list of serious questions I’d like to ask the governor. If he or any of his staff or any doctors on anyone from the CDC can answer them satisfactorily, I might actually consider taking the stupid shot.
When it was first published on June 24, 2021, it said that the number of hospital admissions was 853,000, and the percentage of hospitalized people who had been vaccinated was 0.1%. Just five days later, when other outlets like USA Today had picked up on it and written their stories, the AP corrected its numbers. It just so happens that there had been only 107,000 people in the hospital with Covid when AP did its analysis, not 853,000.
Am I the only one who feels like we’re in a Men in Black movie? Watching the weirdness of 2020 (Covid, BLM and the election) was like witnessing an alien invasion. A slimy monster from another world, probably hell, ravaged our cities, decimating lives, shutting down businesses, and slobbering all over the place. Then, asContinue reading “The most dangerous side effect of the Covid-19 vaccines”