Inside Largest Amish/Mennonite Community – First Impressions

Read more on this subject: CommunitiesNews Story Source: Peter Santenello – YouTube.com

In the heartland of America is a special place the beats to a different drum. Holmes County, Ohio is arguably home to the biggest Amish and Mennonite community in … Continue reading

Why You Can't Trust What the FDA Says About Ivermectin

Read more on this subject: Drugs and Medications
News Story Source: Covid-19 Up
Most people in the United States have not heard of ivermectin even though it’s been around for more than 30 years and is one of the most distributed drugs on Earth, with more than 2.5 billion doses given out globally over the last 30 years.

Many Americans first started to learn about ivermectin in December 2020 when Dr. Pierre Kory testified in front of the Homeland Security Committee and gave an impassioned testimony about the medicine as a treatment for COVID-19, but the backlash against his position soon arrived.

On March 5, the FDA published a statement online entitled Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19. You may think that the statement would discuss the FDA’s research on the effectiveness and safety of ivermectin, a cheap generic drug whose patent expired in 1996, but instead their statement was a masterful sleight of hand, as it does not say what most people think it says.

Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug? – WSJ

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3 Ways Scientists Say Ivermectin Can Fight COVID-19

Read more on this subject: Drugs and Medications
News Story Source: Covid-19 Up
@COVID19Up: Rarely is a drug discovered that works in so many different pathways as ivermectin. The medicine appears to work in at least three different ways to fight COVID-19 including as an anti-inflammatory, as a block for the spike protein, and as an antiviral.

The following is an excerpt from “Ivermectin, antiviral properties and COVID-19: a possible new mechanism of action,” an article in Naunyn-Schmiedeberg’s Archives of Pharmacology, the nearly 150-year old official journal of the German Society of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology.

“Ivermectin is a versatile drug with unique characteristics, which make it interesting also for basic and applied research (in particular for drug repurposing): it seems to reveal an antibacterial … antiviral, and anticancer activity ….”

Three Mechanisms of Action

1. Anti-Inflammatory Ivermectin

The key word above is “versatile.” Ivermectin works on different levels s
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Declare Your Independence

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock – Radio Radio/Video Program on 2021-09-16
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Cathy and Rylla Smith

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CDC changes definitions of "vaccine" and "vaccination" to cover up lie about vac

Read more on this subject: CDC-Center for Disease Control
News Story Source: Natural News – Arsenio Toledo
(Natural News) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is busy changing its definition of “vaccine” and “vaccination” just as more fully vaccinated people continue to get infected and spread the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

Up until recently, the definition of vaccine on the CDC’s website read: “A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease.” On Tuesday, Sept. 7, the definition became: “A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.”

The CDC has also changed its definition of the word vaccination. Before 2015, the definition was: “Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent the disease.” From 2015 to August this year, vaccination was: “The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.” Just recently, the CDC changed th
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The Illusion Of Getting Rich While Producing Nothing

Read more on this subject: Economic Theory
News Story Source: Zero Hedge
Of all the mass delusions running rampant in the culture, none is more spectacularly delusional than the conviction that we can all get fabulously rich from speculation while producing nothing. The key characteristic of speculation is that it produces nothing: it doesn’t generate any new goods or services, boost productivity or increase the functionality of real-world essentials.

Like all mass delusions, the greater the disconnect from reality, the greater the appeal. Mass delusions gain their escape velocity by leaving any ties to real-world limitations behind, and by igniting the most powerful booster to human euphoric confidence known, greed.

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Rival Koreas test missiles hours apart, raising tensions

Read more on this subject: Korea/North Korea
News Story Source: PRI.org
South Korea’s presidential office said the country conducted its first submarine-launched ballistic missile test. It said the domestically built missile flew from a submarine and hit its designated target while President Moon Jae-in and other top officials looked on.

Moon said improvements in the country’s missile capabilities would serve as “a sure deterrence against North Korean provocation.”

Earlier Wednesday, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea. Those launches came two days after the North said it fired a newly developed cruise missile, its first weapons test in six months.

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States And Communities Can Fight Back Against Tyranny And Lawlessness

Read more on this subject: States’ Rights
News Story Source: Technocracy.News
TN declared war on Technocracy in 2018, but few responded. However, given today’s global pandemic of tyranny, many are recognizing that we must fight back whether we like it or not. This is not a war that we started or desired, but it is clear that Technocrats at all levels are being exposed for what they are: tyrants.

There are positive solutions to fight back. TN has said for years that the battle must be local, defending communities, cities, towns, counties, etc. States also have incredible resources and power if they can be moved to use them. Whatever, it necessitates that millions of Americans rise up and forcefully reject Technocracy. ? TN Editor

A war is coming. I have heard it argued that this war must be avoided; that it is “exactly what the establishment wants.” I disagree. I think globalists like those at the World Economic Forum certainly want enough chaos to provide cover for the implementation of their global “Reset” agenda, but the
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The War On Cash Is Very Real, Not Just Speculation

Read more on this subject: Surveillance
News Story Source: Technocracy.News
Technocracy’s total surveillance ideology demands that anonymous cash transactions be removed from the economic system. Why? Because what cannot be monitored cannot be controlled, and cash transactions cannot be monitored! Thus, the future economy is being fully digitalized. ? TN Editor

In our bizarre economy, we hear many things, and ideas are constantly being thrown out to us. This all tends to flow together and help us develop a strategy as to how we should cope with the changing times. One thing we continue to hear is that a war is being waged to eliminate cash. Not only are most people going along with this but many have embraced the notion.

Some people view carrying cash as dangerous or burdensome. This also dovetails with their desire to spend more than they can afford, when using a credit card it is far easier to continue spending money you do not have. All things considered, when asked, is the war on cash a real thing being directed from those on high, sadly we
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