On spraying and sociopathy
How did I miss this? I read all your articles, because you present things in a way that is
clear, hard hitting, and undeniable.
And linking it to socio/psycho pathic personalities? So relevant.
IT is true, most people that are normal do not realize the psychopaths are indeed "another" form
of human, but are not anything like us. I am learning so much, and quite a bit of it
is from you.
Thank you - truly, a heartfelt thank you.
I watched the short video about St. Louis & quickly skim-read the rest of this post. It's just too hard - too painful - to take it all in. It's shocking, & sickening, & ... apparently we lowly peasants are all just guinea pigs for the sociopaths to experiment on! What a world we live in. Sigh.
I sure hope a lot more people open this and read every word of it. I would not be surprised if big pharma wasn’t some how involved. They sure had a lot to gain from all the illnesses to come.
Wow, just wow... I just finished reading "The Most Dangerous Superstition" by Larken Rose. Interestingly, the next book in my queue to read is Clouds of Secrecy. Talk about being in tune :)
Another really nasty rabbit hole to go down is lead. I took a brief dive into that issue back in 2010-11 or so, & what I learned really horrified me. I attended several conferences with a friend (2 in Canada, 1 in the U.S.) who was very knowledgeable about the issue, & wrote a bunch of blog posts on my old site (https://www.janetsplanet.ca/). Honestly, the things human beings have been doing to one another for hundreds of years boggles the mind. I didn't used to believe in evil (I am not a person of "faith," as they say), but did finally reach that point, I guess mostly from my years in the anti-nuke movement. Slow learner. Sigh.
Thank you, brother, for revealing yet another aspect we need to understand about The Great Poisoning.
Blessings to the Warriors - past, present and emerging.
Gonna have nightmares.
I moved to Salt Lake City from New Mexico 4 years ago. I immediately noticed the lack of birds in the trees, in flight, and certainly, I rarely hear birdsong. Huge contrast to NM where I was daily able to enjoy many and a wide variety of birds in my backyard and in the wilderness. This lack of birds is not just a case in the metro area but in the mountains as well. This report today might explain why.
This morning there was a local tv news story about one, ONE, individual. "The first human case of the West Nile virus detected this year in Salt Lake County is hospitalized" as reported on Fox 13 news at 8:30 this morning. So, the powers that shouldn't be initiate preventative aerial mosquito spraying in the city. Crazy, it is almost October, doesn't sound right.
What is the book you referenced and how can I buy it?