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    Two weeks ago during the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, Sen Rand Paul told Anthony Fauci to resign, after accusing him of responsibility for the entire Covid-19 pandemic.

    Three times, Rand Paul has cross-examined Anthony Fauci, actually getting him to lie to Congress – and not one time has Rand Paul delivered the knock-out blow and presented the copious felony evidence he has in his possession nor has he gotten the Capitol Police and the FBI to cuff Fauci and perp walk him out of the Capitol building.

    Rand Paul and others have everything they need to arrest Fauci but all we get are these toothless theatrics before these committees. The only thing Sen Paul seems to do with these hearings is to use them to raise money for his campaign.

    As David Martin says, “That’s monetizing an act of terror. That’s not being a Patriot.”

    During an electrifying talk given by Dr David Martin that we ran recently, David very rightly said:

    “On our watch, we should not let a single attorney general or US attorney; we should not let a single elected official, we should not let a single public health officer get away with any public statement that does not confirm that this is a bioweapons program meant to destroy, maim and kill the Citizens of the United States and the people of the world.”

    The first person with such standing to start moving somewhat this direction is Lt Gen Michael Flynn. Although he is not currently serving in a government position. He correctly identifies COVID as a pretext to implement the Great Reset into global Communism and he understands this threat better than any other politician that I’ve heard speak to this.

    Flynn’s message is simple: Get involved in your local government – and take it back!

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    • General Flynn, Capitalism Rages War against the Poor & the Middle Class. It also Rages Trade War around the World. It is the flip side of Communism.

    • People that don’t want to be involved in “politics” probably don’ realize that you could substitute the word for “policies” and that is exactly what can and will affect your life/business.

    • Watch out for Gen Flynn. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If you go to YouTube channel Catholisa41 Lusieux you will view 4 uploads that speak about the deception of Flynn. Please the NWO and Freemasons he is aligned with and the evil New Age. He is not a Roman Catholic as he spews but a New Ager heretic. Please go watch these videos on this YouTube channel.

    • Gen Flynn; With all respects due to you I have to correct you. America was NEVER intended to be a democracy! It CANNOT be both a democracy AND a Constitutional Republic as they are totally dissimilar and incompatible.

      PLEASE stop spreading this lie told to us for decades by the same criminal cabal you correctly call out as being the enemy.

    • While the MSM condemns the use of ivermectin, the most populated state in India just declared they are officially COVID free after promoting widespread use of the safe, proven medicine. In addition to this, Ivermectin attaches to covid spikes and prevents them from binding to ACE2. Get your Ivermectin today while you still can! https://ivmpharmacy.com

    • Trump should have nailed Fauci when he was in office. Big fail. Dr Martin has the conspiracy covered, completely.

    • if you know the structure and that we the people are the creditors in commerce, not debtors you know who paid for all of this and that those we paid to serve us run amok now

    • If General Flynn cares so much about the Constitution, Republic and Bill of Rights then why is he listed as a member of the Jesuit run senatus consultum alongside the most tyrannical leaders in the world.

      Proof:
      senatusconsultum.eu/Society/

      • Thanks for that link. Just a quick look and I’m convinced it’s a site the Elites would construct to again Lie and Brainwash people. If you look through the Society tab it looks like a Who’s Who of War criminals!!

    • Some time ago within an email I sent out to my friends I made this statement: “I’m not particularly interested in politics or the political system but I do find the political characters and their stories, and especially how those characters and their stories are interpreted by others, to be, at times, somewhat fascinating.”

      One of my friends sent me this reply: “I am always fascinated when people say they are not much interested in politics, although I understand the disgust with the whole Establishment Political Class – The Swamp as Trump calls it. I think we tend to forget the alternative. One of my heroes, now dead, was Charles Krauthammer because he had clarity of thought. He wrote a book, mostly a collection of his articles, titled Things That Matter. Here is a lengthy excerpt from the preface of that book:”

      “Accordingly, this book was originally going to be a collection of my writings about everything but politics. Things beautiful, mysterious, profound or just odd. Working title: There’s More to Life than Politics. But in the end I couldn’t. For a simple reason, the same reason I left psychiatry for journalism. While science, medicine, art, poetry, architecture, chess, space, sports, number theory and all things hard and beautiful promise purity, elegance and sometimes even transcendence, they are fundamentally subordinate. In the end, they must bow to the sovereignty of politics. Politics, the crooked timber of our communal lives, dominates everything because, in the end, everything—high and low and, most especially, high— lives or dies by politics. You can have the most advanced and efflorescent of cultures. Get your politics wrong, however, and everything stands to be swept away. This is not ancient history. This is Germany 1933. “Beauty is truth, truth beauty,—that is all / Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know, ” every schoolchild is fed. But even Keats—poet, romantic, early 19th-century man oblivious to the horrors of the century to come—kept quotational distance from such blissful innocence. Turns out we need to know one more thing on earth: politics—because of its capacity, when benign, to allow all around it to flourish, and its capacity, when malign, to make all around it wither. This is no abstraction. We see it in North Korea, whose deranged Stalinist politics has created a land of stunning desolation and ugliness, both spiritual and material. We saw it in China’s Cultural Revolution, a sustained act of national self-immolation, designed to dethrone, debase and destroy the highest achievements of five millennia of Chinese culture. We saw it in Taliban Afghanistan, which, just months before 9/11, marched its cadres into the Bamiyan Valley and with tanks, artillery and dynamite destroyed its magnificent cliff-carved 1,700-year-old Buddhas lest they—like kite flying and music and other things lovely—disturb the scorched-earth purity of their nihilism. Politics is the moat, the walls, beyond which lie the barbarians. Fail to keep them at bay, and everything burns. The entire 20th century with its mass political enthusiasms is a lesson in the supreme power of politics to produce ever-expanding circles of ruin. World War I not only killed more people than any previous war. The psychological shock of Europe’s senseless selfinflicted devastation forever changed Western sensibilities, practically overthrowing the classical arts, virtues and modes of thought. The Russian Revolution and its imitators (Chinese, Cuban, Vietnamese, Cambodian) tried to atomize society so thoroughly—to war against the mediating structures that stand between the individual and the state—that the most basic bonds of family, faith, fellowship and conscience came to near dissolution. Of course, the greatest demonstration of the finality of politics is the Holocaust, which in less than a decade destroyed a millennium-old civilization, sweeping away not only 6 million souls but the institutions, the culture, the very tongue of the now vanished world of European Jewry. The only power comparably destructive belongs to God. Or nature. Or, if like Jefferson you cannot quite decide, Nature’s God. Santorini was a thriving island civilization in the Mediterranean until, one morning 3,500 years ago, it simply fell into the sea. An earthquake. A volcanic eruption. The end. And yet even God cannot match the cruelty of his creation. For every Santorini, there are a hundred massacres of innocents. And that is the work of man—more particularly, the work of politics, of groups of men organized to gain and exercise power. Which in its day-to-day conduct tends not to be the most elevated of human enterprises. Machiavelli gave it an air of grandeur and glory, but Disraeli’s mordant exultation “I have climbed to the top of the greasy pole, ” best captured its quotidian essence—grubby, grasping, manipulative, demagogic, cynical. The most considered and balanced statement of politics’ place in the hierarchy of human disciplines came, naturally, from an American. “I must study politics and war, ” wrote John Adams, “that my sons may have the liberty to study mathematics and philosophy, geography, natural history, and naval architecture, navigation, commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, music, architecture, statuary, tapestry and porcelain.” Adams saw clearly that politics is the indispensable foundation for things elegant and beautiful. First and above all else, you must secure life, liberty and the right to pursue your own happiness. That’s politics done right, hard earned, often by war. And yet the glories yielded by such a successful politics lie outside itself. Its deepest purpose is to create the conditions for the cultivation of the finer things, beginning with philosophy and science, and ascending to the ever more delicate and refined arts. Note Adams’ double reference to architecture: The second generation must study naval architecture—a hybrid discipline of war, commerce and science—before the third can freely and securely study architecture for its own sake. The most optimistic implication of Adams’ dictum is that once the first generation gets the political essentials right, they remain intact to nurture the future. Yet he himself once said that “there never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” Jefferson was even less sanguine about the durability of liberty. He wrote that a constitutional revolution might be needed every 20 years. Indeed, the lesson of our history is that the task of merely maintaining strong and sturdy the structures of a constitutional order is unending, the continuing and ceaseless work of every generation.

      Note: I used to have a viable link to this preface in pdf. Unfortunately, that link is no longer working.

      • Monte, You cannot be taken serious when your a dependent on the 6 million Lie. Its already been proven in the Canadian Court in 1985 & 1988, thanks to Ernst Zundel sacrifice & Fred Leuchter an U.S. Execution Specialist. That is why Auschwitz took down the “4 million died here plaque” all the camps under Germany were Work Camps.

    • Mostly he’s spoken well, except he didn’t mention much about Trump’s flips

      We should all learn from the mistake
      If we are to select this man, we must make prepare ourselves that he will not flip

    • I thought the plan was, fix the election fraud. Trump SAID IT IN 2016. So why did they not? Either there was a reason they LET Biden win, or they are all full of bull, same old bread & circus to keep us confused. Haven’t decided which yet. Flynn was cozy with MI6, double agent or traitor to America? I am getting a little tired of Flynn, his line is starting to sound like a big con job.

    • RFK jr for President and Gen Flynn as Vice
      both honest patriots with a lot of skin in the game
      don’t know how we can wait till ’24 to fix this clown world $hit$how

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