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Thanks, The WJS asking these questions is almost disorienting for me. Could be a very good sign indeed.

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The Wall Street Journal hates Trump. I don't trust them any more as a legitimate news source. They have tilted left.

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The Wall street Journal censors it's own subscriber's comments.

I used to be a WSJ paid subscriber. They regularly censored not just my comments, but I noticed comments by others with a conservative point of view would be disappeared. I non-renewed my subscription, and then progressively wrote the different layers of management to complain about their censorship and explain why I wasn't renewing. Silence. Finally got a reply from some low-level flunkie named Louise Story. She engaged while ignoring what I was saying for a couple of cycles of emails. "We'd love to have you back!" When I finally got her to understand, she wrote me the WSJ doesn't publish defamatory comments. I replied, all the things I wrote about the Democrat party were factual. "Defamatory" means "false." My comments weren't defamatory.

I'm not going to pay someone to censor me. Haven't paid to get through WSJ's paywall for years.

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Jul 5, 2022·edited Jul 5, 2022

In case anyone's wondering what caused WSJ to censor me, see below. A verbatim copy. They censored me 8/19/19. After the last couple of years, it seems so dated now.

If you vote Democrat you're voting for:

1. Males competing in women's sports.

2. Forcing teenage schoolboys to share a locker room with females.

3. Threatening to fire school employees who don't enforce the policy described in 2. above.

4. Allowing a juvenile who has made multiple threats to shoot up a school to continue attending the school without doing anything to keep him from killing 17 people. Bonus: The FBI is warned in advance but does nothing.

5. Murdering babies moments before they are born.

6. Open, uncontrolled borders.

7. Kicking students accused of sexual assault out of college without allowing them to confront their accuser, be represented by an attorney, or even be informed of the details of the charge.

8. Having the FBI and CIA spy on your political opponent based on unverified claims.

9. Making a false police report about being roughed up by MAGA hat-wearing racists, and not facing any consequences. Bonus: The district attorney seals the records of your crime.

10. Allowing people to defecate in public places, and instead of arresting them, sending government employees to clean up after them.

11. Being denied admission to a university in favor of someone who scored 400 points less on the SAT.

12. Accusing bakery owners of racism for trying to stop someone from boosting a bottle of wine from their store.

13. Violent assault of a journalist at a public event where the authorities expect violence from a domestic terrorist organization wearing masks, and no one is charged.

14. Granting immunity from prosecution to associates of a high-ranking government official under investigation for violating the law in her handling of our nation's secrets, and not getting any incriminating testimony in return.

15. Reporting a 5-year-old boy with autism to the Department of Child Protection Services for sexual harassment after he reportedly kissed a fellow child on the cheek and hugged another classmate.

16. Police arresting a 12-year-old girl and charging her with a felony for pointing a ‘Finger Gun’ at classmates

17. A major city school system reviewing it's math curriculum with an eye toward taking the “racism” out of math.

18. Allowing people who have committed felonies in their own countries to move to this country.

19. Allowing illegal immigrants who have been deported because they committed felonies in this country to return. And having the U.S government pay for the plane ticket.

20. Drag Queen Story Time for children 2-5 at your local school or library.

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Thanks.

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There is much truth in many of those comments. Alas, even if they all could be proven true, the sad truth is that most forums (like WSJ) are private property and the owner or his agents have every right to choose what stays visible. Yes it's censorship, but it's (probably) not a public forum and no First Amendment rights need apply.

I fully commiserate; I have been censored too on several platforms. I've been permanently banned from two. I voluntarily have exiled myself from many because they are too heavy handed in their moderation.

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I don't disagree with anything you wrote.

But if they're going to censor people for phony reasons, I want as many people as possible to know the kind of newspaper they truly are- which is, pretending to be fair and balanced (to borrow a phrase), while in reality erasing fact-based criticism of one of the political parties.

I acknowledge my own bias, so I have now way of knowing if they similarly cover for the other party. But somehow, I doubt it.

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From a quick read, WSJ did a half-ass job in identifying the FDA's motives- "But the FDA conspicuously lowered its standards to approve Covid vaccines for toddlers. Why? Perhaps it felt pressure from the White House as well as anxious parents. "

Seriously, when has the government in recent times responded to pressure from parents? Remember how they met with the teachers unions to get THEIR input on re-opening schools, but AFAIK, didn't do jack to get parents' input.

I'm pretty sure Dr. Malone has explained in one of his substacks why the FDA had such urgency to approve the vaccine for children. It is one of the requirements to get past the EUA, and achieve full approval.

Why can't the geniuses at WSJ figure that out?

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I had a nearly similar experience.

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I subscribed to the WSJ for 20 years. When the WSJ endorsed Hillary in 2016 I knew they had turned left and are not a legitimate news source. Sad. The WSJ is compromised at the top and will never recover.

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I still get email alerts from them including the titles of the day's editorials. It's very clear from the titles and the first sentence where their political loyalties lie. For the first year they defended Biden. Now that is untenable, they are distancing themselves. but they still dislike Trump in particular, and conservatives in the main.

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Sometimes you have to work with what you have. The WSJ is the most reasonable major newspaper that we have now. They have a range of views and they are not into censorship so I give them a break. They are the most promising paper of the pack.

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Jul 5, 2022·edited Jul 5, 2022

You're wrong Elagabalus. They ARE into censoring. See my post below.

I didn't even get into WSJ's journalism. The news items are clearly written by young people with no adult supervision. Where are the editors? It was common to see things included as "fact" that aren't actually true. Example: "Extreme weather events (droughts, heat waves, hurricanes, tornadoes, wild fires) are getting worse." I'm sure you believe that's true, but it's not.

If you want to argue about it, please post a link with showing a graph or table going back at least 100 years showing a clear increase in any of those things.

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Well, Mr Incarnate I mostly agree with your list of democrat sins below, but it is sort of a manifesto rather than a response to an article. Anyhow, I was talking about censorship in their articles. They seem to represent both lib and conservative viewpoints. They don't force everyone to agree.

The idea that it is your opponents who must present evidence and not you isn't a fair way to argue. You have no evidence for your strongly held beliefs? I too am dubious about global warming. Dailyskeptic.org is a good place to find studies and such.

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Jul 5, 2022·edited Jul 5, 2022

" ... a manifesto, rather that a response to an article..."

It's true, it was a collection of observations that I accumulated over time, updating with each new outrage. Don't see how it fits the description of a manifesto, as you put it.

I didn't just throw it out there, like that person who interjects something into a conversation that everybody else was talking about ten minutes ago, and then the conversation moved on. Whenever I posted it, it was always in response to the article. There were plenty of opportunities.

I do have evidence for my strongly held beliefs. I've seen the graphs and charts. It's amazing how the things that "everybody just knows" are often not true. And even more amazing how they show up in "journalistic" publications, where at least when print was still in vogue, the editors would take care to avoid including factoids that weren't demonstrably true.

"They seem to represent both lib and conservative viewpoints." True for WSJ's editorials. Manifestly untrue for their journalism. It was all left-wing stuff. No room for argument.

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Editing is censorship. Articles are selected and edited. They are still better than most other papers out there but they are not the newspaper they were. Not by a long shot. They bought into Trump Derangement Syndrome and it destroyed their judgement.

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On the other hand, the email I just received from Medicare is pushing seniors to pressure family members:

"Talk with your family about getting the little ones vaccinated. In case you missed it, CDC now recommends COVID-19 vaccines for everyone 6 months and older, and boosters for everyone 5 years and older."

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

They are peddling fear.

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They are peddling insanity.

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Just got the same SICKENING email which I couldn’t delete fast enough!!!! 🤬😡🤬

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Me too 🤬

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Same here. Just got the Medicare email. It's not enough that Medicare now sends ME emails urging the vax. Now they want me to meddle in my grandchildren's' affairs. And I followed the link in the email to "six things to know about Covid-19 vaccines for children." The six things are utterly false or crazy. Like saying it is just fine to give the child multiple vaccines at the same time and that children should get the vax even if they have already had Covid, and that Covid can cause serious damage to children and that side effects, if any, or mild to non-existent. How can they know that? It also says that the child vax dose is much smaller, but is based strictly on age, not weight. How insane is that?

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Jul 5, 2022·edited Jul 5, 2022

My grown children and I have been sharing information about the virus and the "vaccines" for almost 2 years now. They are not vaccinated and they're are not going to get their children vaccinated for COVID.

Interesting, the other grandmother is a Democrat, a Biden supporter and has bought into the "vaccine" lunacy. She's a well educated woman with a science and medical background. None so stupid as the over educated.

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Insanity! 😡😡😡

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#HandsOffOurChildren - #NoMoreInjections WANTED - Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci for Bio-crimes, Fraud, Extortion, Crimes Against Humanity, Coercion and Murder!

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The time is now!

Dr. Mark Trozzi - Fauci lied, people died | NIH coronavirus creation in Wuhan

¨If the police or military do not take Fauci and others into custody, then I pray that US militia do and fulfill their lawful right and duty.

The National Institutes of Health has stunningly admitted to funding gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses at China’s Wuhan lab — despite Dr. Anthony Fauci repeatedly insisting to Congress that no such thing happened; and it being a crime for him to finance this banned research.

It is clearly long over-due for the police or military to take Fauci, Peter Daszak, executives at Eco Alliance and others into custody. If not, we pray for US militia to succeed in fulfilling their lawful right and duty.¨ https://drtrozzi.org/2022/07/04/fauci-lied-people-died-nih-coronavirus-creation-in-wuhan/

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Citizen’s Arrest Laws by State https://solutions-institute.org/tools/citizens-arrest-laws-by-state/

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Fascinating info.

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Careful, would-be "patriots." You might want to look into how citizen's arrest worked out for the trio that intercepted Ahmaud Arbery just over two years ago. As a member of the Protected Class, he was dubbed a "jogger" by the media. I shall leave for you to decide if a man who wears work boots, rides the bus to a different neighborhood, and apparently liked to visit unoccupied homes at night can be rightly dubbed a jogger. Even granting the likely truth of the premise that he was up to no good, he shouldn't have had to pay for it with his life.

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Yes!

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

The Birchers don’t look so crazy now, do they?

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I remember my husband and I engaging in conversation with Lyndon LaRouche supporters around 1980. Their ideas seemed so far-fetched back then, but now?!

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Way back in the 1980s, my long retired parents lived in a rural county. I was still legally a resident but lived elsewhere (Military). In some election, we wanted to do a "protest" vote so we agreed in advance to vote for LaRouche. Of course we didn't support him, but he was perhaps the most colorful of several independents in the field. When the paper published the election results, LaRouche had three votes in the whole country (of several thousand voters). Our family got a chuckle out of knowing who the three probably were.

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They got painted crazy, early on. Smeared, even. But they're still around, so the last laugh hasn't yet been had.

Very impressed to see the Food Not Bombs guy telling it like it is. A well-rounded roundup!

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Way back in 1979-80, I went to a few John Birch Society meetings upon invitation from a friend who was a member. I subscribed to their magazine for awhile. All in all, pretty reasonable conservative/libertarian stuff. I never joined though, because I am not a joiner. I read John Welch's book about Eisenhower. That was a bit of a stretch to claim he was a hidden Communist, but even so, there was a lot of facts about Eisenhower that did look a bit sketchy. I have not kept up with their position about Covid or vaccines. Sounds like they are on the right track though if they have invited Dr. Malone.

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This is very important.

2 and 3 year olds who have been vaccinated are having seizures.

https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/two-and-3-year-old-kids-with-seizures?utm_source=%2Finbox&utm_medium=reader2

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Growing up in Sweden under a socialist system and on the doorstep of USSR, it became clear to me in my 20s that the Marxist agenda operates on a very different timeline than the West. It’s all about the long game and they realized that the only way to take down the west was from within. Infiltrating the education system and media was brilliant. Recruiting billionaires like Soros and Gates to a globalist agenda, was a masterstroke as well. Now you have funding and can develop the “Inverted Totalitarianism” – which has been described so eloquently here. Whether Marxist or Corporatist, it’s all about a small group of elites controlling the rest of the population.

The lockdowns and selective permissions for businesses to operate has destroyed the small business world and wiped out generational wealth to an extent rarely, if ever seen. The obvious manipulation of oil, which drives inflation, is the next step that will destroy untold more households. Vaccines that would normally never be approved are now pushed beyond any sentient person’s understanding – therefore it’s about following the money and control. I’m still struggling with how to fight this in the most effective way. Very much enjoy reading Dr. Malone’s insightful emails, which gives me some hope.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Well said. I would only add that Michael Hudson, noted economist, has said that food is also being manipulated big time. Prices are rising and yet farmers are getting paid less. It's the distribution middlemen leveraging a crisis situation to increase profits.

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Agreed and as I understand Gates is buying up large swaths of land and will lease back with restrictions of what can be produced. Don't know how much of this is true, perhaps someone can provide information on this. If they can make people afraid of food supply, you're not far from anarchy.

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Only 2nd hand info. In the first place, we may not like the super wealthy buying up land, but they are likely within their right. Of course they will be looking to profit from that land somehow. I don't know, but I see no reason why the lessor could not reserve the right to dictate the use, e.g. the lessor is limited to certain crops. Surely there are legitimate reasons. For example, some crops are hard on the soil (e.g. tobacco) as compared to soybeans. I've heard claims in the past that "farmer's" banks would not loan to certain farmers, based upon the intended use of the farm, e.g. natural vs. chemical fertilizer or pest treatments.

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Jul 5, 2022·edited Jul 5, 2022

Hej. My parents were born and raised in Sweden. They saw the coming socialism and immigrated to America in 1949. I was raised with dinner table discussions of everything you are saying!

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To a large degree, it is the very openness of democracy that made it highly vulnerable to takeover. I'll leave it an open question whether a lot of it was deliberate. Beyond all doubt, the then-Soviet Union and no doubt other foreign governments would exercise whatever methods they could, to ideologically influence other nations. In the USA, there was a huge amount of immigration from Eastern Europe dating back to (at least) the 1930s. Many of these were of an ethnicity/religion that propriety forbids me from mentioning. 🤫 (I know a few of you saying, "Oh come on, Doorknob, say it, I believe I know whom you are referring to.") But nay, I shall hold my tongue.

While they're not the only ones of course, it is historically true that these folk were/are highly talented, often well educated and thus a natural choice for university professors and other positions of power. I'll will grudgingly admit that many of these, even that mystery group that often encountered ostracism, brought outstanding talents in business, the sciences, the arts and so forth. To say that their presence brought us many blessings would be an understatement. Alas, everything comes with a price, however.

Many of them also brought radical political views of the day, especially those prevalent in Eastern Europe at the turn of the (20th) century, Marxist - communist - socialist. Thus began the "march through the institutions" of the West. Again, I'm not saying it was all directed covertly by the Soviets, but they certainly supported where and when they could. Too, many of these immigrants probably honestly and openly believed in their ideals. But the important thing is that they influenced, "corrupted" if you prefer, everyone and everything they came in contact with. They were the professors who trained future minds that went into government, business and academia.

Most Western nations were sitting ducks for such "infiltration." It's the very freedoms we enjoy that make us vulnerable. And I don't see any ethical defense against it. Plenty of unethical ones, witness Argentina's "dirty war" of mid-20th century, merely one of several US supported covert ops to discourage leftists way back when. Disappearing tens of thousands of people without any benefit of due process seems rather incompatible with a nation's claim of being a democracy, does it not?

So there you have at least one plausible (?) view of history. Again, it's not necessarily a grand conspiracy directed from a bunker in the Alps somewhere or by a gold fingered fiend in his tropical volcano island lair. In large measure, we're seeing the dissemination of ideas over a long period. Some good results, but many very bad I think. To steal pithy words from another, the trend has been in motion for many lifetimes and it won't be reversed within ours. But we may see some of the damage.

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Thanks for this view of immigrants and higher education. I'm having trouble understanding one aspect of it. Is exposure to radical political views necessarily a bad thing? Presumably, college is the place for exploration and healthy debate. I can see how we were vulnerable to the very presence of professors with such points of view. But are you also saying we were vulnerable in that students at this level are not mature enough to sift through political arguments and make up their own minds about what makes sense to them? Is that the sense in which we were "sitting ducks"?

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The problem is that “the academy” slowly rid itself of opposing views, so students eventually only heard the radical views. So much for diversity!

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According to Richard Wolff, who has spent his whole adult life from the 1960s onward earning degrees in economics and teaching economics at the college level, it is the "radical views" that pretty much disappeared from the curricula; Marxist - communist - socialist.

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But it never seems to break through. The propaganda is so strong. But it's true there is no more left/right divide - it's authoritarian or freedom. When the yellow jackets were marching in the streets of Paris, I went to one and asked "why are there FIVE marches in Paris" ? I was told politics. So I gave a speech at the end of the march (with a bullhorn) telling them all they needed to FORGET POLITICS and rally around FREEDOM. They applauded but nothing changed.

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Even more broadly, I think virtually all terms of affiliation are counterproductive right now. Unfortunately, almost every comment section is liberally sprinkled with them (no pun intended). Left, right, democrat, republican, Christian, Muslim, atheist, conservative, liberal, neo-this, neo-that, blah, blah, blah. More often than not the use of such terms only serves to dig one into a tribal position that MUST be defended no matter what. Otherwise, you won't be a card-carrying member. Meaningful conversation becomes impossible, especially as some of the terms change their meanings over time.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr. Malone,

Thank you for mentioning Paul Cudenec, he is wonderful, and he's been onto the Davos crew for a long time, too!

I had a lot of fun talking to him and going the philosophical rabbit hole.

https://tessa.substack.com/p/great-fascist-reset-winter-oak

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I'm optimistic that the recent Supreme Court decision against the EPA will be of assistance in kneecapping the federal bureaucracies being weaponized against us. The ruling certainly seems to open some new avenues of offense (defense is a losing proposition) for us against those lawless agencies.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I wasn't aware the John Birch Society was still in existence. I have written to them, inquiring regarding parking and handicap access to their August meeting. I hope to see you there.

You are walking, along with Dr. Rand Paul, Scott Atlas, Mark McDonald, and the late Vladimir Zelenko in the shoes of Socrates, Rousseau, Lafayette, and our nation's founding fathers. Bless you for all that you are and all that you do.

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Thank you for your kind worlds - those are big shoes to fit into!

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And you fill them perfectly!

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Another day in the Theater of the Absurd! If Brandon's poll number's are so low, why doesn't the vast majority of Americans rise up and take the power from the grip of the vocal minority and end this nightmare?

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According to Mattias Desmet, expert in the phenomenon of Mass Formation, about 60% of the population may have doubts about the official narrative, but their main goal is not to rock the boat.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

“I am done with the Left Right divide” is a powerful interview! Thank you for this. It’s perfect for my far left friends who are trying so hard to stay asleep 😂 I’m poking, every so often, ever so gently. If you are a vegetarian, anti-Capitalism, anti-war, four times vaccinated person, this interview will surely give you pause. This man found a mission and he LIVES it. Admirable. Thanks again Robert ❤️

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr. Malone, I want to thank you for expanding my horizons. I purchased Dr. Mattias Desmet's book, "The Psychology of Totalitarianism." It is excellent.

Since I discovered you I have also come into contact with so many top notch doctors, scientists and academics.

It's difficult to know who and what to believe, as Dr. Desmet skillfully explains, but I trust you and him and others that you are acquainted with. I consider you brave people.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Always nice to find thinkers whatever corner they come from. Works over intentions. There has always been fewer sheep dogs than sheep. Be courageous. Never give in or give up.

Lies always fail and pride comes before the fall.

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We your subscribers know what is happening but how can we break through to those who are deceiving themselves? People I know don’t seem motivated to spend any time reading anything that takes more than 30 seconds to comprehend and MSM is bombarding us with lies even using tax dollars in ad campaigns. We have been taken over by aliens from the green future.

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i struggle with this every day. I cant seem to break through to some close family members. I am going to try to get somebody to read this. I need one trusted news person to break through and write something that will take 30 secs to comprehend. It is torture because I cant stop caring about them. If I say "shots will kill your kids" they will say "Right wing talking point"

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Here's the vaccination problem in a nutshell:

Politics + Science = Politics

Evidence-based science has shown that the vaccines are harmful. But science has been co-opted by corporate and other interests. Propaganda reigns supreme. It is: "Profits over people, no matter what." The "truth" is very hard to find these days. But there is one truth that does ring clear. The ruling elites couldn't care less about the well-being of the "unwashed masses". It really does come down to humans vs technocracy.

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Today, my 2nd day back at my volunteer position after a three week exile due to my first (?) Covid-19 case, until I tested negative yesterday. I was welcomed back, including by one of the staff. We chatted briefly about my illness. She said, upon her doctor's advice, she had taken the first shots and a booster, but had had a bad reaction (high fever???) to the booster. There may not be a direct relation, but this woman had some type of a heart attack that hospitalized her and made her miss weeks of work. That is probably not typical for an apparently healthy woman in her mid 40s; in fairness I know nothing otherwise of her health history. I did "red pill" her to some degree, in just a few minutes pointing out the obvious flaws in the vaxxes and adding that I thought that Big Pharma had basically taken over the entire regulatory system and medicine too.

Lesson: This was my opportunity to "red pill" a person who knows me quite well. We may not be close friends, but my point is that one can plant seeds of doubt in the official narratives; no need to lay it on too thick.

My Dad sometimes said: "Always tell the truth, but no need to tell any more than the situation requires."

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I was just thinking that! I was telling myself (lol) that everything I say, and even my actions, are at a minimum planting seeds. We use seed planting metaphor as a way of evangelization as well. As a new gardener who started totally from seed this past spring and am still waiting for "fruit" further reinforces this concept. Great advice from your dad. thank you.

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It sounds like your communication was artfully done. I think "planting seeds" is a good orientation to have. More than that and many people will nod politely and not really listen. Well done!

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thank you , i agree. Thank you for writing this.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Very perceptive views from Keith, who lives in my town. I was just writing an editorial responding to a letter he submitted called "Santa Cruz Officials Puzzled by Reality." It's about 285 homeless tents next to the courthouse. I often walk past, sometimes into the street to avoid people sprawled on the sidewalk. An increasing number of people are talking and sometimes screaming to themselves or passersby; one threw a to-go container at food at me, provoked by the lack of food rather than me.

The "reality" Keith refers to is that hundreds more will be coming due to the economic downturn and we need to accommodate all of them because we're wealthy (meaning we have the highest discrepancy between cost of housing and median income.) The median house price has gone up to 1.5M for a bungalow, houses are going for 19% over asking price in cash offers from hedge funds, who've spent $77B so far on CA real estate. Chump change for them.

So SC is looking at an Empty Home Tax to police how many days residents are there or charge $6000, and at the "unjust legacy of Prop 13" whose repeal would make the median property tax $15K/ year. Already a home passed down--the ONLY possibility our kids have of living where they grew up--gets hit with that tax jump due to deceptive wording on a bill to "keep property taxes low for retirees." It didn't lower them for retirees, only raised them for descendants.

We also house 18,000 students (an increasing number paying a year's rent in cash from China) with UCSC's intent to raise enrollment. And with all those students, could they spare any to analyze our own vaccine data, excess mortality, and birth rates? So while I applaud Keith's epiphany on capture of the left, I think he's a MAJOR force serving the Great Reset agenda: you don't deserve to own a house unless everyone does. Rather than fix the problem and enable more homeowners, as my plan does, he's setting up a conveyor belt for Blackrock, fueled by woke guilt.

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Yeh - I know. But it is a crack in the "wall." And what I found most interesting was his turning on his fellow liberals (well deserved, BTW) and why. There is a lot to learn in that essay on how to reach the "persuadable middle").

I am trying hard lately in the substack articles and comics to reach that subset. We need them.

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Thanks for the personal reply, Robert! I completely agree. Looking at how we can change our minds is so important. I talked about it in When Did You Stop Being Wrong? Some of us are getting whiplash from changing our minds so often when we spent decades in the opposite direction, and that's a good thing!

This interview with Keith shocked me, frankly. It is a gem that you found this because no one else in my lefty circles is saying what he is except me. He says liberals "now are public about supporting forced vaccination, censorship, and the war in Ukraine"--sometimes a rare liberal will be against one or even two, but never all three.

And he identifies all the triggers for the left, not wanting to be seen as selfish, sneering at ignorant hillbillies (I'm in my Appalachian house at the moment), all the domestic abuser techniques Margaret Anna Alice identifies that were used. But mostly, the identification of resisters with Trump. For Keith, that wasn't effective because he's literally got the street-cred. For me, my book on Dismantling the Empire puts me way on the radical fringe so it didn't phase me. But Amy Goodman, who I watched religiously for a decade, talked about nothing but Trump for four years and nothing but Covid for another two. That's when I stopped watching her.

In the interest of understanding the manipulation, as a scientist, keep in the back of your mind the hypothesis that Trump may be part of the plan. Don't believe it, just entertain the possibility while you observe. Like your excellent cartoon of the car between the Dem & Rep walls, it would be good to know if we need to open the doors and get out.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thanks for the list of 100 anti fossil fuel actions. Wondering what a better Congress could do about this.

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