#18 COVID Weaponized Narrative

Weaponized questions combat weaponized narratives. Mark Crispin Miller explains COVID propaganda https://off-guardian.org/2021/07/26/watch-perspectives-on-the-pandemic-17/ https://off-guardian.org/2021/08/20/watch-perspectives-on-the-pandemic-18/ Follow the links to Off-Guardian to watch these videos. Ask questions, demand answers. These and other videos can also be viewed on Odysee at "Perspectives on the Pandemic" https://odysee.com/@PerspectivesOnThePandemic:f

#17 Weaponzied Questions

THE QUESTION IS A WEAPON AND A SHIELD Hindsight is 2020. I didn’t ask the right questions from the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Would our lives be different today had I done so? No. But if thousands or even millions of New Yorkers, Americans and citizens of the Earth had started asking questions... Continue Reading →

# 16 Kids, COVID, and Animals

Before taking a vaccine or drug of any kind, these are some control-savvy questions you might want to ask. Do I really need it?If I do need it, does it work?If it works, is it safe?Will the benefits outweigh the risks? Parents must also ask these questions on behalf of their children. As we have... Continue Reading →


Image borrowed from Off Guardian https://off-guardian.org/2021/05/05/covid-vaccines-necessity-efficacy-and-safety/ WHICH IS THE GREATER THREAT TO KIDS: THE VIRUS OR THE VACCINE? KIDS AND COVID19 VIRUS DEATHS 488 children have died between March, 2020 and July 9, 2021 (time span 16 months) Ages 0-4 164 children Ages 5-17 324 children https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#demographics KIDS AND COVID19 VACCINE DEATHS Thirteen deaths of... Continue Reading →


Parents and Guardians, Do NOT let your kids get a COVID19 vaccine...UNLESS... ...You have personal access to the results of Phase 1, 2, 3 and 4 COVID19 vaccine clinical trials in children under the age of 18. Clinical trials and their individual phases are a very important part of clinical research. They allow the safety... Continue Reading →

# 13 A Promise to Anne

I read The Diary of Anne Frank more than half a century ago. At the time, I was about the same age that she was when she wrote it—somewhere between thirteen and fifteen. I remember wondering how she would have felt had she known that her most private thoughts would be someday available to millions... Continue Reading →

#12 Johnny and the Dead Bolt

“Johnny is in Mom’s bathroom and won’t come out!” At fifteen, with the permanent title of Big Sister in Charge, I was the first to receive the news delivered in typical tattletale cadence by Little Dale, the next oldest kid after me. I sighed and interrupted the much-more-important business of attempting to hide a soon-to-be... Continue Reading →


Graffiti on Steel, storefront security door, April 2020, NY. Humans communicate with symbols.  The most popular are words, numbers, and images.  Here you see a photograph of an art form known as graffiti, or street art.  It consists of a cartoon-like character—perhaps a shark (?); a forbidden word—sometimes referred to as the F-word; and a... Continue Reading →

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