August 11, 2021 | By Del Bigtree | TheHighwire |


“Dr. Rancourt obtained his BSc, MSc and PhD degrees in physics, and he held post-doctoral research positions at prestigious institutions in France and The Netherlands before being a physics professor and lead scientist at the University of Ottawa for 23 years. He currently writes about medicine, COVID-19, individual health, climate change, geopolitics, civil rights, political theory, sociology … and has written over 100 peer-reviewed-journal articles in technical areas of science and technology. Here he explains the real science behind masks.”

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Review of scientific reports of harms caused by face masks, up to February 2021




Why Is The Pentagon Attempting to Mandate Pfizer’s Graphene Oxide Jabs for Our Military?

Please support our brave American men and women military service members to make their own health decisions. No vaxx mandates! Sign the petition now.

August 23, 2021 | Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge | Source

Pentagon To Mandate Covid Vaccine For All Service Members; One-Third Have Refused Jab

“Hours after the Pfizer vaccine was granted full FDA approval, the Pentagon announced that it was set to require vaccinations for all service members.

Except, around one-third of US service members have refused the jab. In July, between 60% and 70% of personnel were fully vaccinated – with the Navy being the most vaccinated and the Marines being the least, according to the Washington Post.”

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Ex- Pfizer Whistleblower Karen Kingston, provides source documentation proving Graphene Oxide, poisonous to humans, is in the shot.



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DEADLY SHOTS! Former Pfizer Employee Confirms Poison in COVID ‘Vaccine’


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Tell Schools/Universities No Vaccine Mandates for Children/Young Adults!

June 23, 2021 | Children’s Health Defense | Source

“No vaccine mandates for children and young adults!

Tell schools and universities in your state why it’s a bad idea to give COVID-19 vaccines to children.

Schools and universities are considering mandates now. Today, the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) said that there is ‘likely’ a link between heart inflammation and Pfizer, Moderna COVID Vaccines. During the meeting, the committee members acknowledged 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds, and said mRNA COVID vaccines should carry a warning statement. Overall, the officials emphasized that the benefits of COVID vaccines outweigh the risks. Physicians and other public commenters strongly disagreed accusing the CDC of exaggerating the risk to young people of COVID, and minimizing the risk of the COVID vaccines.

There is no time to wait. Let’s raise our voices now while we can affect policy change. Tell schools and universities in your state to avoid the lawsuit that will inevitably come if they mandate the COVID-19 vaccination or discriminate against children who aren’t vaccinated. Ask them to come down on the side of medical freedom.


Here is a spreadsheet containing a list of over 300 universities that are considering mandates. The first tab at the bottom goes to University Systems. The second tab provides information for emailing and mailing to over 300  individual universities. The university list may not be complete as these mandate attempts are spreading quickly so check your local schools if you don’t find them on the list. (We are counting on you to find your local grade school(s) email addresses.) Send a letter, email or both to each university and school in your area. It doesn’t matter if your child is in grade school or college, each mandate encourages others. We need to stop them all in their tracks.


CHD has two letters already written—a short version and a longer version—that you are free to copy or use components of to make this as quick and easy as possible. (Additionally, our Mandates Took Kit includes a wealth of information and resources to assist you in opposing vaccine mandates that are likely being considered in your state’s legislature.)

What we know now about COVID-19 and children:

  • Almost 100% of kids don’t suffer from severe COVID. In fact, many have no symptoms at all. Thus, they may have already had COVID which is another excellent reason not to get the vaccine.
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that young people should not take the vaccine.
  • A concerning number of young people, especially those under 30, are suffering from myocarditis (heart inflammation), blood clots, low platelets and more following COVID-19 vaccination.
  • The risks of COVID-19 vaccination adverse outcomes certainly outweigh the benefits to children and young adults who are considered low risk populations.
  • Parental rights to make independent, informed decisions regarding their children’s medical interventions, including vaccines, are being threatened.
  • Some scientists have raised concerns that the safety risk of COVID-19 vaccinations have been underestimated. As of June 11, there have been 352,386 adverse events including 5,993 deaths following COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Clinical trials in children and young adults are ongoing and will not be completed for at least one year.
  • Not a single published study has demonstrated that patients who have had a prior COVID-19 infection benefit from the vaccination. So why recommend all kids get the shot?

We Need Your Impact

School and university officials should not have the ability to mandate any medical procedures including vaccinations. In this case, the long-term effects upon humans of any age from this experimental vaccine are unknown. The policy is reckless and unwarranted, especially given the fact that there are many successful COVID-19 treatments available.

We’re at a critical stage in being able to impact the course of this widespread attempt to seize our rights so send your letters today!

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Are COVID vaccines riskier than advertised?”shot a warning to CDC officials and ended with this paragraph:

Public-health authorities are making a mistake and risking the public’s trust by not being forthcoming about the possibility of harm from certain vaccine side effects. There will be lasting consequences from mingling political partisanship and science during the management of a public-health crisis.”

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By September 30, 2021 Congress will have appropriated over $2.1 trillion for the Global War on Terror

May 26, 2020 | by Andrew Lautz | National Taxpayers Union |

“Reforming the OCO Account: A Better Deal for Taxpayers, Watchdogs, and the Military”

“Congress has appropriated trillions of dollars in the past few months to economic and public health measures meant to combat the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Though the U.S. may be far from defeating the virus, there will come a time in the near future when policymakers will have to grapple with the enormous additions they have just made to the federal debt.

As federal lawmakers look to offset recent and future COVID-19 spending, one of the first places they should explore is the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) account. The OCO account, which has allowed the Departments of Defense (DoD) and State to spend above the decade-long discretionary spending caps enacted under the Budget Control Act (BCA) of 2011 (and even subsequent increases to BCA caps), has increasingly become a source for “base” DoD spending and for “enduring” costs expected to last beyond the Global War on Terror.

From September 11, 2001 through the end of fiscal year (FY) 2019, Congress appropriated over $2 trillion “in support of the broad U.S. government response to the 9/11 attacks and for other related international affairs activities.” Lawmakers made these appropriations through either the OCO/Global War on Terror (GWOT) designations or the looser emergency spending designation that preceded OCO/GWOT from 2001 through 2008.

However, in recent years an increasing share of OCO/GWOT appropriations are actually dedicated to either “base” requirements that would normally be included in DoD’s regular budget request or “enduring” requirements that are expected to outlast the immediate contingency operations OCO was designed to fund. (Throughout this paper, “base” spending refers to DoD’s annual discretionary budget.)

Executive and legislative branch policymakers share blame here. DoD sought to adhere to statutory budget caps for defense spending in its FY 2020 budget request last year, but reached a wildly unsustainable spending target of $750 billion by pouring $165 billion into its OCO request. Of this $165 billion request, 59 percent ($98 billion) was for base requirements, 21 percent ($35 billion) was for enduring requirements, and an additional four percent ($6 billion) was for the European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) – not considered a part of the Global War on Terror. Only 16 percent of the OCO request ($26 billion) was for mission-related costs in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.”

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“Indiana governor drops mask violator penalty after criticism”

July 24, 2020 | Tom Davies, Associated Press | |

“Regardless of any opinion of masks or their impact on COVID-19 good or bad, we must not deviate from the documents which protect our freedoms and liberties,” said Sheriff Dennis Quakenbush, a Republican. “We must guard them at all costs. The men and women of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will not be enforcing the mask mandate and will consider it null and void.”

Photo: Darron Cummings, AP

“INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s governor dropped a planned criminal penalty from the statewide face mask mandate that he signed Friday after objections from some law enforcement officials and conservative legislators.


The decision comes after Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb had said Wednesday in announcing the mask requirement that violators could face a misdemeanor charge, while stating that the “mask police will not be patrolling Hoosier streets.”

The executive order on the mask mandate, however, does not mention penalties and describes the move as a step to protect health during the coronavirus outbreak and help ensure that businesses remain open while allowing schools to reopen and operate safely.

“State and local health departments shall be responsible for enforcing compliance through education about the importance of wearing face coverings and dispelling myths and misconceptions about the use and/or benefits for the requirement,” the order said.

State Attorney General Curtis Hill, who is also a Republican, issued a non-binding opinion Wednesday night, saying Holcomb would be overstepping his authority and that only the Legislature could make violations a criminal offense. That opinion was in response to questions from five Republican state senators regarding Holcomb’s legal power.

The Indiana Senate’s leader praised Holcomb’s decision to drop the possible misdemeanor offense, which could have carried penalties of up to $1,000 in fines and a maximum 180 days in jail.

“Senate Republicans have been in close contact with the governor since his announcement of the new mask mandate earlier this week,” said Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray of Martinsville. “We are very pleased to see that the executive order he signed today does not include a criminal penalty for non-compliance.”

The governor’s office didn’t immediately reply to a request for comment about Holcomb’s decision.

Some conservative lawmakers criticized Holcomb’s mandate announcement for using the state’s emergency law to sidestep the Legislature, which hasn’t met since adjourning this year’s session in March just before widespread coronavirus precautions began.

Several of the state’s police chiefs and sheriffs had indicated they wouldn’t have officers respond solely to calls about face mask violators. Some said they considered Holcomb’s proposed mandate unconstitutional.

The sheriff in Hamilton County, just north of Indianapolis, said he agreed with the attorney general’s opinion that only the Legislature could make a face mask violation illegal.

“Regardless of any opinion of masks or their impact on COVID-19 good or bad, we must not deviate from the documents which protect our freedoms and liberties,” said Sheriff Dennis Quakenbush, a Republican. “We must guard them at all costs. The men and women of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will not be enforcing the mask mandate and will consider it null and void.”


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