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Mar 30·edited Apr 1Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Never forget what this administration knowingly did to us. When the Covid “pandemic” began we were all certainly at a disadvantage. Behind their curtains Fauci and his team of charlatans had designed a virus. They had made plans to frighten the populations. They knew this would allow them to push through a vaccine without proper testing. They knew of the adverse reactions. They knew it would cause deaths, heart attacks, heart damage, strokes, blood clots, cancers, auto immune disease, etc.. They knew it was not effective. They knew all of this and they also knew the public was unaware of their greedy evil plans. We all were sucker punched, (sucker punch; also known as a cheap shot, coward punch, a punch made without warning while the recipient is distracted allowing no time for preparation or defense). It’s always the punch you don’t see that knocks you down. We all must never forget what this government and the medical establishment did to us. Are eyes are open now. Where this began is not as important as where we allow this to end. Their war against us continues but now we are aware of their plans. Now we must stay vigilant and fight them with all we have. We can never allow this same administration to illegally sign our sovereignty over to a foreign Chinese run unelected non American body. I will never willingly climb onto their cattle cars. J.Goodrich

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We were not at so bad a disadvantage as to not be able to see what they were doing at the outset. As I have belabored many times, the information about both a cruise liner and a US aircraft carrier were out there telling us this bug was neither as infectious nor as deadly as advertised and hence all those draconian efforts were pure b.s..and you did not need a medical degree to see it.

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Mar 30·edited Mar 30

Yes, I noticed that too.

One of the biggest tells for me was for most of Africa covid seemed to be a relative non-issue. Why? In Africa, malaria is a big problem in most areas so the people there take prophylactic doses of..... wait for it.... Hydroxychloroquine, you know, the stuff PDJT said might help with covid way back when it first started looking like a problem. As you may recall he was roundly ridiculed for this suggestion. So, of course the lefty PTB immediately set about making hydroxychloroquine ( and later, Ivermectin) virtually impossible to get and thousands died unnecessarily while they waited helplessly for the miracle vaccine that wasn't, to show up.

This is why I believe a Nuremburg treaty/trials 2.0 needs to begin today. Yesterday would have been better. The perpetrators of this Atrocity need to be put where they can never unleash something this evil ever again.

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Certainly many of us figured it out but so many bit their hook and were frightened by this establishments deceptions. Most of the people at a business I do much work at wouldn’t come near me. They wouldn’t be in the same room even the same house. Their plan to absolutely frighten people worked. To this day I still see people driving alone with masks on or in grocery stores. People are still volunteering their arm to be injected with dangerous DNA altering chemicals. Their act is not over.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Because the people who could have made an impact on this subject before the blinders were applied did little to nothing and allowed that ignorance based terror to be built and employed. This also points to the degree of lack of curiosity by the general public to investigate such information on their on.

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You need a sheep flock to better understand human nature.

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The comment is only partly tongue in cheek. The flock moves in response to the leader. If you need to move the flock, you need to move the leader. Even when a ewe is bleating distress, unless a young lamb, the flock itself mostly ignores it. Call the leader, and they all follow.

Grafting is a term among shepherds for skinning a dead lamb, and placing the skin over a "bummer" or lamb who is still alive, but it's own mother has discarded it. The idea is to confuse the new ewe to accept the rejected lamb and nurse it. Kinda a wolf in sheep's clothing.

Which describes the DNC and the party. They grafted a completely new set of guidelines to a new leader, and the flock has followed. No longer concerns of free speech, the US constitution, war opposition, freedom of most sorts, etc. We must graft new leaders.

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he difference between Humans and Animals ? Animals would never allow the dumbest ones to lead the Pack

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The truth is slowing emerging and is changing mind sets. We went from about 4 out of 5 accepting the injections that change the blue print of life to 1 in 5. Unfortunately, I see the volume picking up on spreading the word that a new viral invasion is on it's way. How else can they expect the billions and billions being invested in unproven RNA/DNA injections return profit to Gates and other billionaires, politicians and etc. who are all in on this human lab rat experiment.

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Moderna has announced they have 5 new modified-mRNA products on the way. Two are well advanced through their trials. One has to suspect Pfizer and others are advancing along similar lines for human and animal products.

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They are moving at warp speed!

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You bet!

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My 70 year old sister in law has to be one of the most uninformed, gullible people on the planet. She got the first 3 shots, but even she decided she was done after three of them!

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Masks seem to have come out more openly in the last few weeks. The people wearing them look like scared rabbits.

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I like that CMCM, (scared rabbits on Or near Easter!!!

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Apr 1·edited Apr 1

I still struggle to understand why so many people were not in the least bit suspicious. My son and his girlfriend were at UC Davis in CA (with a huge Chinese student population) in the fall of 2019, and they both got very sick as did a great number of students there, and the student health center doctors were clueless. But people got better. My son's girlfriend has asthma, and she suffered worse than did our son, and at one point she had to go to the E.R. where she was given a nebulizer to take home for treatments, and a course of ivermectin. So I had observed all that going on a couple of months before the cruise ship illnesses. So when all the governmental lying began, I had already read and observed a lot and even suspected after the fact that I myself might have had something that was possibly covid in late February of 2020...it was weird and different from anything I've had before, but not horribly so, and I recovered without any medication. By March 2020 I was reading a lot and learned about things that seemed very odd, to say the least...I read fairly continually from that point on and have scientific/medical interests anyway, so I was learning a lot from the beginning. My overwhelming reaction to the governmental fiasco was that things didn't make sense, not considering things I'd read early on but which strangely disappeared from the internet, and things I myself had observed directly about the circulating illnesses.

Yet so many people around me were not in the least bit suspicious and were clamoring for some sort of treatment or vaccine. Long before the vaccines were publicly available I had decided to not get near them. One reason was also that I was fairly certain I might have had covid myself back in March '20, so I felt reasonably that I had immunity. That proved to be true because I never again got anything, and have remained completely healthy since that time even when surrounded by a fair number of sick people.

I had followed the cruise liner and Seattle nursing home stories from early 2020, but all that mysteriously dropped off the radar fairly early on, and the governmental narrative just got weirder and weirder and less and less believable. I'm grateful I maintained my initial skepticism and avoided all shots, as did my husband, two adult children, and 2 of my 3 grandkids.

What has surprised me the most is the sheer numbers of people who fell for the lies and just didn't question much of anything. My 3 siblings rushed out to get the shots as soon as they could and I was astonished at how brainwashed they were about it all. They didn't want to read anything that was contrary to the government narrative.

I'm 74 and this has been the weirdest few years of my life.

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Great post CMCM, a while back I was walking my dogs on a Saturday morning. My neighbor was on his front porch so I said Hi Tony I haven’t seen you in a while. Tony is an Air Force pilot veteran, very intelligent, and conservative, he said oh I had Covid and Karen (his wife) had locked me in the bedroom for 3 weeks leaving food outside the door and then I’d come out and get it. I spoke to my doctor and he said you’re lucky you got the 4th shot 3 weeks before getting sick because you really could have got really sick. I kept walking and said well I’m glad you’re over it, but I couldn’t help but think how ridiculous the whole conversation was. He takes a 4th “vaccine” and 3 weeks later comes down with the illness it’s supposed to prevent. he is very smart but I went into my house and felt more sure than ever not taking those shots was the right thing. CMCM at the very beginning of the virus I think I got Covid also. I had 1 night where I got chills but never really got sick so to say but felt I got immunity at the very beginning. I remember that night not knowing if it would turn into a deadly illness, but as fast as it came it went. I didn’t get sick for probably 2 years I went to visit my mother in law at Framingham hospital in Mass. (not a great place) and we all got sick. I got over it quickly my wife who is a nurse and was forced to take 3 shots was sick for months. I agree with you the past 3 years have been the strangest years of my life. I hope things someday get back to normal…

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Your post here simply proves that “smart” is more than good grades or high scores on tests. Sadly those criteria often move people into positions the should not have

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From my neighbors lips to his doctors. I never got the overused quote “you’re lucky you got the vaccine before you got the illness” bit. I wonder if the doctors 500 dollar check had cleared his account before he said it,(again).

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I have a BS in Biology. I, at the very least, know the difference between a bacterium and a virus. I knew something was up when they said a mask like that would help stop transmission. Yeah, no. So why did all the medical people/doctors go along with this charade? Those of us less educated look(ed) to them for guidance, but they were frightened for their jobs and livelihoods, too. We have been played by these demons for centuries.

I say begin by dismantling The Fed/Central Banks. The rest of society will cave.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Yes, James. It is more important where we allow this to end. Excellent statement!

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I agree!

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Being outdoors and working with your hands in the soil and fresh air, kinda chases away the blues and negativity, of what Empirical Admins do to their own people. I want the well lived life! You can EAT ZE BUGS 100 years from now. And who the hell needs 5G/6G/7G BS ??

Happy Easter Friends and Crew! Rand

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One way or another the repeat route is being planed, waiting for orders to release as it was done before, the pharmaceutical are working overtime because the population has to be reduced in all the parts of the world in one way or..... it is the Globalism command not just here but around the world, how is it that a small group of so called people in Europe have such power to dominate all the people again, like it was in 1939 Deja Vu describes the eerie feeling that a new experience is familiar, in this case just look what we have in congress we even got them a nice name the squad leftist members are now telling the white house, the democrats what to do, they all have us in there hands and totally ignoring everything that this land is being invaded this is all in the plan, am not wondering over crimes are going all over the country and murder is happening maybe not high enough in numbers need some more killings before we demand chances while it seems the law of land and the constitution are not valid anymore they are working hard to redo them in there favored we are hearing from the younger folks by saying it is to old needs to be changed to our time we live in, my question is what are the republicans in congress doing besides talking all the time it is going to change for the better are they waiting until November hoping no mishaps happening to does voting machines I am sure some of them are retiring 2024 and some already announced it, all I have to say is hmmm now I wonder are they included in those precious Dollar under or above the table for good work done meaning involvement just curious. I was not born here, and came to America in marriage we meet in Germany been here almost 18 years, I was born and growing up in East Germany we escaped to West Germany, we there think back have learned what Propaganda is, in what my Opa (Grandpa) always told us in how to recognize what it means now more then ever understood in what is happening in today scenario all around us.

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It’s really amazing Ute that the past mirrors the present in so many ways. There are so many parallels that we see with 1930’s Germany; censorship, propaganda, and experimenting medically on people with chemicals as a start. Mao’s 1949 revolution in China where they took land from land owners and made a new system of distribution system in favor of peasants and landless poor. They eliminated history and removed all memories of historic China. If you control the past you will control the future. They divided the population rich and poor not unlike the way the left here divides us into race. The more we see in America the more I notice it goes back thousands of years even similar to many biblical stories. Eventually I think the system will breakdown and I hope somehow good will eventually rise above much misery and suffering that is coming.

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If they are so interested in the “health of ecosystems” how is it they push windmills and mirror farms for energy when they DESTROY ENVIRONMENTS, KILL OFF NUMEROUS PREDATORY BIRD AND BAT POPULATIONS, NOT TO MENTION ANIMALS’ GROUND HABITATS AND ALTER MIGRATING ANIMALS’ ROUTES, INCLUDING SEA-LIFE WHEN THE DAMN THINGS ARE IN THE OCEAN! Those Mirror Farms incinerate birds into puffs of smoke as they fly over those mirrors. Horrible deaths! Those forms of energy production are expensive, inefficient and need thousands and thousands of acres of precious land. And we are supposed to believe they actually CARE about the environment? NO! They only care about the MONEY we would be requires to dole out to the U.N.!

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In our local area in South Central Texas, tens of thousands of acres of once productive farm land have been covered over with solar panels. Much of it was due to the government subsidies offered for "green energy". Earlier this month a hail storm destroyed many thousands of these solar panels. The neighbor community is left with the question of what environmental impact there will be on the soil and water supply. The solar panels came from China and who knows what they were made of. Some of the investors were foreign and were interested in it for the generous subsidies they received. They are not likely to face up to their responsibility to clean up the mess.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Not one bit of the green boondoggle would exist without subsides. None of these things are financially viable on their own. If they were, they'd be appearing on their own without any gov't encouragement.

I have no issue with someone who wishes to use solar and wind to power their own home. This has been done quite successfully before, albeit with some let's say lifestyle changes for the average on grid homestead. However, solar and wind just do not scale up well to supply needed power density to support most industrial applications. Battery storage for this is a huge problem.

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I think you are describing the pharmaceutical industry, esp the vax section w/ regard to subsidy...

My country tis of thee,

sweet land of subsidy,

of thee I sing.

A refrain from I believe Roan and Martin's Laughin in the 1960's, maybe Shel Silverstein, long before the Pharma-Kennedy moves of the 80's.

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Well, not intentionally, but you're right, it sure fits.

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Where is the governor on this? The Ag Comm? Soil studies need to done ASAP and follow up legislation disallowing absentee owners/ lessors from polluting the land thusly

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Folks been asking where Abbott has been for some time….about a whole bunch if topics.

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Solar "farms" ruin the land for ag for over 20 yrs just by destroying the bacterial community.-Wa Dept AG And we have not begun to look at effects on the soil by the rare earth metals by still intact panels. And this is not considering the exploded solar "farms" from hailstorms which we are seeing throughout TX this spring.

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It's good to recognize the damage caused where solar is installed, but also recognize all of the damage and pollution outsourced to Africa for the minerals and China for the manufacturing.

Actors and politicians flying to climate conferences on private jets is a perfect reflection of this movement.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Mother Earth has been refined over millions of years to create a balance between all living things. Unfortunately, the medicine man, the techno man and the globalists believe they can improve on Mother Earth in a twinkle of celestial time. Unfortunately, it will accelerate the demise of all living things. Key component is reshaping the DNA of life it self.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Indeed.... Where are the tree huggers on this? In the past environmentalists would have been stuck to this issue like crap to a blanket. Another case of lefty double standards.

Another problem is the stated goal of "saving the environment" is not the real goal these (WEF/U.N./leftys) people are after. What they really want is to disrupt the world economy to the point that the people are broke, scared and shivering in the dark, begging the gov't for scraps of benevolence. In other words, unable to effectively retaliate against the taking of their sovereignty.

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Some of the tree huggers are fighting back. the very founder of Greenpeace for one. There are lawsuits and they are winning some.

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Yes, Shellenberger, Matt Taibe and friends are doing some great work uncovering this evil. Kudos to them for changing sides so to speak.

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Suspect it's more than money. They want power to deploy us (future) transhuman subjects to deliver according to their desires. No oppositions.

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Spot on.

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Mar 30·edited Mar 31Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Well and thoughtfully laid out.

Despite my best efforts, I sometimes find legislation difficult to track. As far as I can tell, HR4665, "Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2024," passed by the House last September, was rolled up into the recent $1.2T spending package. This bill (HR4665) contained this anti-WHO language under Section 7048:

“(k) World Health Organization.— None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available by this Act may be made available for the World Health Organization.

(l) International Conventions.—None of the funds provided by this Act shall be made available to implement or support any international convention, agreement, protocol, legal instrument, or agreed outcome with legal force drafted by the intergovernmental negotiating body of the World Health Assembly or any other United Nations body until such instrument has been subject to the requirements of article II, section 2, clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the advice and consent of the Senate, with two-thirds of Senators concurring.”

I note that after HR4665 passage, this language has been removed (see HRes1102). Further, Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL), who introduced HR4665, voted Yea on the spending package with the language removed!

I was recently invited to a residential event (3/25) with my rep and House Majority Leader Steve Scalise as a guest. Each spoke, beginning minutes after I arrived at the non-VIP scheduled time, and both were out the door within minutes after concluding. They were gone before I had any opportunity to speak or shake hands. That all cost me $500. I have resolved not to do this again.

My pleas on this subject to rep and senators go unsatisfactorily answered. I think dissident goals will have to be achieved in some other way.

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I did not know that 7048 had been changed. I thought it was strange that the Left would have left it in there.

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Items k and l were removed. I looked up 7048 under Hres1102 at congress(dot)gov or at clerk(dot)house(dot)gov.

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Thanks James. I'm going to quit posting any more references to what is in a bill I thought was passed. Geeze reminds me of state legislatures doing a gut and replace.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I also predict, within 20 years, all those mirror farms, wind farms and solar farms will be nothing more than giant blights on the landscape…..like abandoned cemeteries. Broken and fallen mirror and fan blades will liter the landscape and we will look upon our stupidity for generations to come as no one, NO ONE, will pony up to spend the billions or trillions it will cost to clean up the mess we are making!

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There is no doubt what-so-ever, that after the globalist have us in 15 minutes cities, living in bondage, peddling bicycles for our electricity, that the oil and gas will be gushing out to support their family's future posterity for hundreds of generations.

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You were missed

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Awe sucks . . . I have not been able to get to my email - said problem is on the server side. Looks like the second time the server owners have merged with another company and go live and work on the fallout afterwards. Been off and on all of last week.

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Bummer. We had time-warner til it ducked behind a curtain and popped up as spectrum. And after a few years of not liking it we switched to a local that was a long time supplier of rural telephone service and have been pretty satisfied. But annoyed as blazes by nearly daily junk from spectrum in the mailbox. The houston chronicle was even worse after we dropped them after becoming so bad canaries wouldn’t poop on them…almost nightly phone calls urging resubscription. Some businesses can be super annoying.

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That was supposed to be awe shucks... I still get postal mail from Dish and emails to sign back up for internet and cable TV. I use Go Brolly line-of-site wireless for my internet connection, and it appears that I could go with the local phone provider or my electricity provider for that. My email is tied to my website, so I used to use Microsoft Exchange as an email link between my website host server and me. My old pc crashed so all the programs went with it - I can no longer get to my website because Microsoft won't let me use the program that I used to create my website on my newer computer. I have not paid for Microsoft Exchanged on my newer computer, so I rely on the host server's limited 'webmail'. It sucks.

They all want your business, but they don't care to be competitive.

When you pay for your email account it is not as likely you are their product.

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Glad you are back

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I too missed you Shelley!!!

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

When are we going to wake up and remove ourselves from the U.N.

We are supporting the demise of our own sovereignty!

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Just wanted to post this link to "Climate Change, The Movie". This documentary does a very nice job of debunking the lefty's climate change narrative.

https://rumble.com/v4kl0dn-climate-the-movie-the-cold-truth-martin-durkin.html

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you for the information! When you really think about it, you can become quite frightened. But then we have all fallen prey to the fear factor. The question is, which fear factor? Fear of subjects “they” want us to fear such as climate change or pandemics? Or fear of what this is doing to the freedoms we have in our own country? Hopefully more of us will wake up to subterfuge that is really going on. Fallout is a great program and I look forward to each one.

Love the farm tutorial and the cheeky emu!!

Happy Easter Drs Malone!

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"Fear" of gun violence, too. We watch GBNews, and the UK has had a recent spate of horrific knife attacks. Reminds me of the scene in Indiana Jones when the dude is threatening the prof with his sword...

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Mar 30·edited Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you so much for sharing this. Watched last night. Passed it along to my radio guy, in case he isnt still subscribed. You (pl) hit it out of the park! You folks, Jan and his crew are an excellent team. Your message is vital! Super delivery! Couldn't be clearer. Keep us posted on ways we can help in defeating these appalling efforts. Thank you all for all you are doing! Looking forward to all you(so to speak) have in the can to present to us.

Have a great day!

Bestest always ♡♡♡

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Thank you Jean!

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My daughter has extensive gardens in Missouri. They installed a system of light sensitive sensors and sprinklers. When the deer or other animal approaches, they get surprised by a sudden shower and retreat.

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This is brilliant!

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Oops... I meant motion sensors. Be sure to turn them off when YOU go in the garden, or you'll get a cold shower as well.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Our planter boxes are full, I laughed out loud when Jill asked for another box, because I had just asked Paul to build another box 5 minutes prior to watching your video. I love your simple 2 X 4 spacer. It scratches my OCD itch! I keep wanting to add just another variety! Watching the cabbage leaves curl into heads somehow makes the world seem safer for a moment. Getting dirty fingernails is very therapeutic.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

My husband and I listened very carefully to the unfoldment of the program. This whole multi-layered topic is complicated and the hidden factors are not seen without an explanation such as yours and Jan. The implications of these treaties can go unnoticed and most are. Just the relevance of what a treaty imposes is not understood by most. Thank you for bringing yet another piece to light. (To see the emu and Jill and you in your element is so refreshing, as well as the innocence of Jan.)

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Thank you DD!

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Happy Easter Dr's Malone. You are loved. Our tree that usually blooms early may is blooming.

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Mar 30·edited Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

As for the pests (and maybe for the deer) I am having some real success by mixing peppermint and spearmint oil with water and using a wanded pressure sprayer to spray the periphery of my raised beds. I also already know the entry points into our yard that the pests seem to prefer, so I spray those areas, too. Frankly, the garden smells great to us (peppermint/spearmint), but the smell keeps the pests away.

I don't know about the deer. I would spray the wood on top of the raised bed frequently and let the oils soak into the wood. As the deer approach the bed, they'll likely smell the peripheral wood and decide against going further.

One other thing I have done with success. If you use cinder blocks for the raised bed, fill the block's holes with soil and grow various aromatic herbs. Same basic thing... pests do not like the smell.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you, Robert and Jill and Jan! Not only educational, but a relaxing and delightful break from the politics watching you plant the veg bed! Keep up the great work! <3

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Wonderful video clip of spring planting! Emu and goose capping it all off! Yes!

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Loved the inspirational video -- Love Epoch Times -- even love the background music.

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Mar 30Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Jill seems like an amazing, dare I say, “better half? ☺️ Thanks for the great tips! We are almost done with our new home, which has a whole house generator, and other “prepping” stuff. So I’ll be happy if we get our tomatoes in! lol But next year I def wanna do the raised beds! 👌

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