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corrbrick 1 point ago +1 / -0

This treaty, like all mandates, violates our constitutional and God-given rights. There is no way to enforce it IF people stand up to it, which is a big if. Covid would have ended anytime the populace decided to end it. We all need to wake up to our identity as free men and women.

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corrbrick 1 point ago +1 / -0

Talking specifically about Ukraine, but he does mention the use war in general as a means of generating chaos.

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well thought out analysis that confirms what we know about Ukraine as an epicenter, but also injects a bit of reality into the notion that Russian and Putin are on our side. I for one certainly needed that jab!

The Great Game goes on, and bankers are always there to egg both sides on:

War is always a distraction from economic sabotage. Even though the seeds of financial crashes are often planted and watered well in advance by central banks, the banks never get the blame because international conflicts conveniently take center stage.

And the globalists have found the same tools to be very useful:

By extension, economic crisis causes mass poverty, mass desperation, and mass hysteria, and globalists will say that these dangers require an international solution that they will happily provide in the form of centralization.

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corrbrick 1 point ago +1 / -0

This was looking promising. My fuzzy memory is that it's run into road blocks. Have you seen anything like that? I need to dig into it more, so I don't throw out something useful.

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

Clif has been sending out warnings to officials, so they will "knowingly" be breaking the law and their oaths. The trick is to figure out how to go after these leeches after the fact.

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corrbrick 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is actually what needs to happen. A suit can start with an affidavit on how you were harmed, or how they violated the law or their oath of office. Going after their surety bond seemed to work for some, but it has lost steam. Don't know why.

I have studied a lot of common law during my fight with my employer, which I eventually won. I'm still studying. I have been considering helping those who end up being hurt by the forced jabs. Your post has gives me some ideas about where to focus.

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very good interview of a true hero. Massie tells a fascinating tale. He also mentions continuity of government four or five time, and how the Fed now holds more treasuries than any other government.

It's almost like he's confirming the plan without being aware of the plan!

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Club of Rome's, 1972 depopulation manifesto, The Limits to Growth, was choke full of crises to be used to justify such actions. It was the original, humanity is the problem screed.

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corrbrick 5 points ago +5 / -0

Therefor, the federal government has no business interfering in health matters,...

Boy that one is apropos.

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

When a close friend came down with COVID-19 and had to be intubated, Wallskog decided he should get vaccinated, despite his reservations.

“I was part of the healthcare system. I believed in the system.”

Big mistake.

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corrbrick 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yet another example of politicization of a formally scientific organization.

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corrbrick 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk in 1918 stripped Finland from the Russia empire. Ukraine also used to be part of Russia. Just sayin'.

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corrbrick 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very interesting connection made in this article.

The free formula dependency crowd is far madder than the paying purchaser, that spells trouble for democrats.

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corrbrick 5 points ago +5 / -0

Overruling lower courts, the justices ruled that the restrictions on gatherings and the stay-at-home mandate Edwards imposed were unconstitutional as they applied to Spell.

Have to be a supreme level judge to figure that out. A higher level body, like We the People, might consider such things to be unconstitutional as they applied to every American.

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