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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Excellent summary of what’s happened. Thank you for being one of the first to speak out and continuing to fight the good fight!

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They didn't listen to Dr. McCollough, here's praying they will listen to you.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Wow! What an undertaking. Your summary is astounding - to anyone with an open mind. Your determination to place yourself in the Headwinds of this corruption is truly remarkable. How can our freedom of speech be so degraded? We know leaders like you are scarce. And appreciate that the courage to defend the truth at what has been costly to you, Jill and your family is truly heroic. My gratitude for your integrity in a time when it is much needed is boundless.

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Ditto. Absolutely masterful. And this ....

"It is my opinion as a specialist in regulatory affairs that the rights of the FDA to regulate pharmaceuticals arises from the federal rights to regulate interstate commerce. It is my opinion that these rights do not extend to practices such as pharmaceutical compounding in which the commerce is restricted to within state boundaries."

The breadth and controlling importance of this point cannot be overstated.

We are so lucky to have you, Jill and the emerging cohort as thought leaders in this mutual awakening to the human problems infiltrating the executive and corrupting the internal governance of our most important institutions, knowledge networks and regulating agencies.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

The feds use federal funds, grants, etc. (borrowed money we are all on the hook for) to coerce compliance with federal unconstitutional mandates. States, local government and private entities need to reject all such funds. It may be financially painful, but necessary to maintain state and individual freedom. We need a convention of the states to rein in the federal government by reasserting our United States Constitution which greatly limited the power of the federal government.

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I so agree!

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The federal government has far too much power which is fueled by the ability to tax, to spend money, and to spend money it does not possess. I think that the executive branch needs to go back to something much closer to the founders' original intent. The congress would immediately lose power if its monetary powers were reduced. The courts are broken as well but I am less sure as to how they can be fixed.

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A balanced budget and a limitation of debt amendment to the Constitution is needed. Eliminating most of not all of the unconstitutional alphabet agencies would drastically reduce the federal budget. Congress could do these things now without amending the Constitution if it had the will. The Supreme Court needs to only look at the plain language of the Constitution when deliberating. Way too much time and effort is wasted on researching precedents many, if not most, departed from the language and intent of the Constitution.

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Convention of States.....its being worked on and has been for sometime...check out the website...quite a few States have joined....need total of 34 States.

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Yes, I just started reading about this and think the timing is right … so many folks are fed up with government overreach and are not confident that the Republicans will have the fortitude to do the tough work of getting us back on track. This would put both parties on notice that they need to adhere to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

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Be careful what you wish for.

The power behind the curtain is in cahoots with the wolf in the shadows and the vulture overhead. They are ever patient, monied and well prepared.

Remember the final scene in the movie Braveheart?

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Please elaborate

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Jun 28, 2022·edited Jun 28, 2022

The movie Braveheart tells an important and timeless human story. Our ancestral historical human norm is cruel oligarchy. These oligarchies tend to form more sophisticated forms of polygarchy. The great lesson of human history is the harvesting of the individual by the oligarchy.

As knowledge and technology evolve, humans adapt and invent devices. A most significant device was the invention of the organization; the institution, the corporation.

All forms of a corporate "corpus" are concretized forms of governance, invented and adapted to a particular purpose. These "soft machines" have been a profound source of human tragedy and mistreatment. They are but zombies. Forgive them for they know not what they do. Actually, they do nothing. Employees are responsible for doing the harm.

In recent decades, human knowledge of humans and humanity has been refined and enhanced by advances in technology. One of the most important areas of learning involved the clinical recognition and study of personality disorders and the identification of syndromic malignancies of narcissism.

We are now, mutually, being forced to come to grips with the magnitudes of pathology spontaneously forming in and between institutional constructions, be they corporations or governance mechanisms of any form. Foremost among the phenomena to be learned and mitigated is the remarkable propensity for these Zombie entities to concentrate and select for oligarchy in the upper tier of the entity via the de facto concentration of sociopathy introduced and operated by the high-functioning mentally ill.

The entity inescapably serves as a filter where natural selection does its thing and produces its ironies. The most ambitious and talented pathologicals will compete for power and advancement without burden of good faith or mutualism. They will be selected for. As they concentrate, those of good faith and mutualism are increasingly selected against until the entity falls into an enveloping sepsis of willful maladministration.

Without asking, this seems to answer the question: "Where do people like Tony Fauci come from?"

In more advanced states of institutional disease, the for profit entities become septic and die. Their morbidity may go on for decades until the money runs out, but they eventually go bankrupt and die. When they don't, they become like Zombies.

Sometimes diseased institutions will merge with a healthy one by weaving a grand seduction. One might consider the Boeing/McDonell Douglass merger which apparently devastated the Boeing executive culture and resulted in serial failures where Boeing had excelled before the merger transformed the executive culture and moved the conquering McDonnell executives to Chicago all expenses paid under the Boeing flag.

So what of the state of executives and executive culture that prevail and accumulate at the top of any governance entity? Whatever its original intended purpose, it behaves as a human filter that selects for certain human characteristics. In the executive, the consequences of a diseased filter typically results in institutional sepsis, which is pernicious and readily established as bad actors institutionally selected for are also high-functioning, well skilled, often shamelessly entitled and incapable of meaningful remorse.

Among this high-functioning cohort, pathologies of narcissism are common. Among the least pathological are the grandiose and the communal narcissistic disorders. Among the worst are the covert and malignant narcissists. The healthy narcissists are selected against. As the sepsis weaves its way into the upper tiers of the institution, healthy actors who are high functioning become increasingly horrified by what they see around them and they find a way to leave to escape what they see coming.

Through this process the pathology is systematically concentrated and the sepsis increases in its virulence and human toll. The great problem occurs when the Zombie has an endless supply of money, drawing from philanthropy, from massive trusts or endowments, or in the very worst of cases, from the compulsory taxation of others. These zombies don't die. They select for a sustainable and self perpetuating culture of ruling sociopaths. They can go on for centuries, and have.

Eventually the sociopaths will select for dominate ruling psychopath. Once the institutional sepsis takes hold and the Zombie takes form, only a psychopath can effectively rule a coven of sociopaths, as nothing else so effectively terrifies them into obedient collective action.

The movie Braveheart embodies a nearly ideal and readily grasped nexus for the interplay of these forces which fulminate in an ancient lesson graphically taught at the film's end.

Remember Sondheim: "The history of the world, my sweet, is who gets eaten and who gets to eat.

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Jun 28, 2022·edited Jun 28, 2022

This is a remarkable comment, I'm blown away. I'm really glad you posted this, as I've been wondering for these last two years how it's possible that such malignant like-minded people can be gathered in one place, and work in such concert. In your opinion do they recognize similar narcissistic or other traits in each other very early on through some "tell", and a fax machine-like connection occurs when they sense a fellow traveller, or does it all take time, with grooming, and "winners" only eventually show themselves? I'm in a specialty field of the arts that has many odd and eccentric characters, with not a few high-functioning narcissists, thankfully without much power over others, and no "concretized corpus" (!) where they can craft and trade their malignancies to make a company profit. But I've found that my longest friendships (within this field) are all men who have 2 or 3 brothers and no sisters, and our group (only I am aware of this similarity) see the world in the same basic way. This might just be an odd coincidence, but I've often wondered if there is (or can be) a subconscious sub-clinical connection that instantly hints at a simpatico, good or bad, the bad possessing a capacity for the venal sociopathic behavior these Fauci types seem to be enjoying without consequence. I've wondered this because until I read your comment, I couldn't for the life of me understand how these days there seems to be so many "up there" who don't give a damn about, say, some kid locked out of his inner city school.

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Jun 26, 2022·edited Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

"Applied creatively" indeed.

I was able to understand Point III as a layperson and it summarized your previous two posts Part 1 and 2 that really took us into the weeds and hard for a layperson to follow without your interpretations.

Release the TruthLion!!

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr Malone, thank you so much again for your tireless service in your work. As Bannon says 'you are the tip of the spear' and I can see that in your recommendations that you are really turning the tide from the sick unhealthy Titanic Ship that we are on and its diabolical course. Without HONEST appraisal in addressing how this covid crisis has been navigated with the corrupted captains of the Health Industry, we are crashing into a disastrous iceberg! Instead, you are breathing new life by recommending grand opportunities to revitalize Texas (and others States), to leave the corrupted globalists agenda -that of the sneaky private-public 'partnership'. Losing democracy and freedom is a huge national security issue!

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Jun 28, 2022·edited Jun 28, 2022

SCOTUS just handed them a great big turd pie.

“Bayer respectfully disagrees with the Supreme Court’s decision,” the company said in a statement.

“The company believes that the decision undermines the ability of companies to rely on official actions taken by expert regulatory agencies,” it added, referring to a 2020 federal finding that Roundup’s active ingredient is not risky.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/bayer-supreme-court-roundup-lawsuit-cancer/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=1d645395-a488-4240-8b39-9b303d83b1db

This is a big deal with far reaching impact on corporate assumptions of conferred immunity by fiat of friendly federal agency purview.

The certainty on which they have built their predatory and abusive economic behavior is no longer so certain. A regulatory agency cannot indemnify a regulated cohort from unconscionable behavior, damages arising from unlawful defects or unlawful deceptions, or unilaterally justify such actions, behaviors and resulting harms as may occur in interstate commerce, the public commons or the channels of trade.

This ruling may have just doomed the pirate ship USS COVID that so lucratively set sail in service to Big Pharma, Big Med and Big Hospital. The entire pirate fleet is now imperiled and perhaps imperiled in a way they did not expect when they set sail in pursuit of their grand schemes of great plunder, greater riches and enormous mountains of gold.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Give em hell, Harry...er, Robert!! Hats off to you and prayers, too!!

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I will pray for you tomorrow. I got chills reading that!!! Brilliant and courageous statements of FACT. I would say more, your patience in explaining basic science of immunology is truly amazing. Thank you for doing your Job!! Thanks to Jill as well, I know this is collaborative effort of deep thought and perseverance.. THANK YOU. Isabella and family and friends. !!!

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Prayers being said that eyes will open and ears will hear. Thank you for your service to this country!

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Outstanding article on the Federal Government exceeding their constitutional authorities through threats and intimidation to achieve political outcomes over the health of citizens, and it cannot be stated enough, this practice is knowing, willing & with intent pure evil.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you

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Bravo !!!

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I think a particularly impressive line of argument was to underline the attack on the State's responsibilities by Federal entities and exhorting the Texan authorities to take back control. It is a matter of restoring pride in the Texan State.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Wow!! And there you have it, cut to the chase info! Thank you, Dr. Malone!!!

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I am literally taking deep breaths.. incredible work will take a short break. wow.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

GO GET "EM, Doc!

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Bravo Doc. Would have liked to see mention of NIH failure to limit funding for gain of function research, and USA failure to fully investigate origins of the recent corona viral pandemic - including inadvertent or intentional lab development or leak.

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Unfortunately, this is out of scope from what their question was for me to answer. But I agree with you.

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Jun 26, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Well then give'em hell within the scope. Bravo again.

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Yes. don't say WUHAN. of GOF.. got it. :)

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This is super important that the players in this fiasco that are still unaccounted for-Baric, Daszak, Fauci et al.

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I completely agree. But it is not an issue for the Texas state senate to address.

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I would say “corrupt” instead of weaponized and “corruption” instead of politicization…the left may try to defend politicization and weaponization but would have a harder time defending corruption IMHO

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Perhaps also consider "unfaithful politicization" and "bad faith characterization" when such is appropriately descriptive.

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I guess...I don't understand why there aren't teams of lawyers working on this issue...Big Pharma has deep pockets just like Big Oil and Big Tobacco.

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Jun 28, 2022·edited Jun 28, 2022

There are, but there is unspoken secret about the domestic US lawyer community. Most are trained as reductionists to approach thought mechanically. Those with this aptitude tend to be rather inept at capturing and visualizing biological systems and their interplay. Many also, though they are trained to think mechanistically, have remarkably poor mechanical aptitudes. That irony always amazed me.

To gain training in the law can be arduous and complex, but as it relates to the knowledge and technology that animates the human economy and technology associated with it, training in the law is not much of an education.

Most law school graduates will still be first in line to get the next mRNA booster available; mask on; some threatening to sue whomever fails to keep more than 6 feet away.

Lawyers. They get paid to be that way.

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