I think they're joined or created a secret society. There's absolutely NO doubt about it.

Clintons involved with Podesta, who is involved in occultic practices like spirit cooking ... and take a look at his, uh, art tastes: disgusting and vile!

And there's ample evidence he was up to no good in Rome many decades ago.

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Just now registering to Chuck Missler 2001 CD (an MP3 file!) on Biotech. Oh my goodness, how smart and prescient he was.. Koinonia Institute no long has it listed.. Sounds fishy to me about the leaders today now that Missler has died. Clearly here in Texas with all the Repubs voting to impeach Paxton, we have some enemy turncoat RINOs posing as Republicans. They have unleashed a very quiet and strong response they never will understand.

I say "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

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"The most terrifying force of death, comes from the hands of men who wanted to be left alone. They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and

those they love. They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They

know, that the moment they fight back, their lives as they have lived them, are over.

The moment the men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against

those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror. TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people's door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy... but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the men who just wanted to be left alone."

- Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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Off topic

I have an alternate view on lung physiology that dismisses the notion of oxygen and carbon dioxide gaseous exchange

The article is titled

We breathe air not oxygen

I take you though all the steps that lead to this statement

Including how oxygen is manufactured

How oxygen is calibrated

Eg medical oxygen has 67parts per million of water contamination

Why oxygen is toxic, dehydrates and damages the alveoli

Lung physiology requires the air at the alveoli to reach 100% humidity

Can you see the problem?

The new take on lung physiology:

The lungs rehydrate the passing RBCs with iso tonic saline solution as they pass through the alveoli capillary beds

RBCs change from dark contracted dehydrated to plump bright hydrated form as they soak up the iso tonic saline solution the bursting alveoli bubbles throw upon the capillary sac

The airway mucosa conditions the breathe with salt and moisture

Find the article


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You are right about so many things..eg medical oxygenator is not safe for flying with in airplanes because the water in it can freeze at the cold temperatures! And yes, Oxygen has a bimodal toxicity score.. too little you die, too much, you die. As for dehydration, a proper medical set up includes a humidifier and the airway from the nares down to the alveoli "hydrate the air" Our plasma is isotonic also containing proteins etc. there may be some back and forth with the fluids, but generally the RBCs are not dehydrate before they enter the lungs. The cytokine storm I mentioned damages the walls of the alveoli and the capillaries by WBC degranulation and release of inflammatory enzymes which destroy cells etc. Keep reading and studying! And KEEP writing on substack. Wonderful discussions.

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I don't know if we allowed it or not ... but they have taken substantial control over the country. On NO level can we get the Jabb cancelled. That's not because the Jabb is awesome, and that our elected leaders don't know what a disaster it is. It's because they are unable to get it stopped.

That much to me seems is obvious.

We are not in control of the levers of gov't authority anymore.

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And here are the new Redcoats that will show up at our front door some day just like Sam Whittemore’s, if they haven’t already. Rosa Koire was a Paul Revere.


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Often it takes 100-200 years to see the results of a given social system play out, whether it be Protestantism, American Secularism, Liberalism, etc.

The intelligent observer has to conclude that there were serious errors contained in the Founding of America, and that our current problems aren't deviations but logical extensions of the founding...or at least errors in America's founding.

It was hoped that separating power into three distinct branches -- Legislative, Executive, and Judicial -- would prevent the genocidal tyranny we see today.

It didn't work. It didn't come close to working. The Three "separate" branches see themselves as ONE branch working in concert.

There was NEVER such tyranny in pre-revolutionary France, who cheered the American Revolution and humbling of the English Crown.

But the Jacobins of both continents celebrated.

Time for us to revisit this lie.

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No it works, we-the-people allowed the administrative state to usurp it. The Federalist Papers address this. BTW, the French didn’t just cheer, they bought in materially. And lastly, who are you calling a Jacobin?

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Probably the best example of Jacobin Shock Troops would be Antifa: they riot, burn, propagandize, and recruit other disaffected young adults (and they show up around the country, always coordinated and with money to support themselves -- and apparent allegiances with politicians and elitists, somehow). I'd say BLM, also: they've got occultic ties, advocate homo relationships, and they wish for the destruction of the human family and society. Some Think Tanks and Foundations are also a part of the Jacobin umbrella.

If you want to find out who they are, then look for those who HATE the Catholic/Christian religion, and agitate for substantial social transformation (for almost any reason), then it's a safe bet the organization has Jacobin tendencies or affiliations.

That's pretty consistent with the historical goals of Jacobinism.

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all I can say is - spot on. Amen - thanks for the comments. As to the NGOs and 501c3's and democrats. wow. If I said what I have seen here in Texas, I might as well do the FBI line up. it is ugly, socialist and evil.

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Thanks for the clarification. With that said, the DOJ, FBI, NIH/CDC, and other 3-Letters of the current administration, as well as NGOs like the SPLC fit.

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