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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pure blood wombs will be worth their weight in gold.

Finally someone else says it. There's no value in pure blood sperm if you don't have a healthy womb to grow it in. We were screwed before the clot shots. IIRC 1/5 child-bearing women in the west suffered from infertility (no pregnancy after 12 months of trying if under 35). This was before the shot. Anecdotally, two of my friends took 2 years of trying before they successfully birthed a child. One had a miscarriage. And those are just the ones trying, the others are all "cool wine aunts" afaik

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DrinktheCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Info on homesteading, agriculture= just get the Back to Basics book by the Reader's Digest. It tells you all the homesteading and domestic skills you need to know, no electricity required to view it. I just made their basic white bread recipe yesterday, and while it took almost 6 hours to make and cool, it turned out better than any bread you can get in a store.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've also heard them called mudfossils and there is a channel on yt called Mudfossil University who dives deep into the why and how

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DrinktheCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's about as close as an admittance as we'll ever get. You know how these people are, even if they get caught in a bold-faced lie, they'll just never talk about it again.

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DrinktheCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm also wondering what's hindering milk supply. It's a big problem that no one talks about and there's no treatment for it. All the teas, herbs, and other "tricks" do nothing. I think 40% of women eventually resort to formula, which I suppose is why there's been no research into why modern women can't make milk for their babies.

finally admit milk was fine

Really? All I saw was "No, your child is not a baby goat, expert pediatricians say..."

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very interesting, thank you. What's up with the marine algae oils? Is that for omega oils without using an actual food source like fish?

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Downvoted but you're not wrong? The airport in my town is unrecognizable compared to the native population due to all the diversity hires.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +3 / -1

Amen, brother! I noticed it, too. There was a gloating post here the other day referencing some real obscure occult garbage, with images to boot. And there's fear-mongering posts peddling known lies like space.

Guard yourselves, fellow Believers. Some images and ideas don't need to be entertained.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mounds were built over or attributed to other people and turned into protected lands. We're told "indigenous" people who haven't progressed beyond a hut were once Earth terra-formers. And they stacked all those rocks up, too.

What I especially like about the American giants were that 1, they were supposedly red-headed and 2, they were found up and down the east coast, Midwest and all the way out to California. They were prolific.

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DrinktheCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

In my neck of the woods, not only did they outlaw digging up mounds, they made a folklore around it. If you dig up the mounds, you'll be cursed and something will happen like a bridge collapse.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wonder what happened in 2017, a new series of shots?

Just yesterday I was reading a Beatrix Potter story to my child, written in the late 1800s. In the story, the mother cat is having visitors but her kittens lose all their clothes. She puts them in their room and tells her visitors that they can't come out because they have the measles. So not only was measles common enough to use it as an excuse, but it was benign enough that the visitors wouldn't want to leave.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm sorry that happened to you, brother in Christ. FWIW personal testimonies from the vaccine-damaged convinced me to stop vaccinating my child and the 2 I've had after him have had no shots at all.

The Lord can also use all things for His purpose, how incredible is that? In your case, the evil empire sought to crush you with this subversive weapon, but instead you were led to Christ Jesus. Praise be to God, another soul saved!

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DrinktheCovfefe 4 points ago +5 / -1

20k karma account banned? Good for you. Every time I get banned from a sub for wrong think, I insult the mods but I haven't gotten my whole account banned yet. Reddit's conspiracy subs are a travesty. Even the smaller subs created to avoid shills are infested.

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DrinktheCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

I haven't seen American Moon yet but I've been flat earth pilled for a few years now. No way did that thing travel anywhere, it's janky as can be and looks like a prop for a high school musical production set in space. NASA is a money-laundering organization IMO. According to Biblical cosmology, in the end times, the sky will roll back like a scroll and the heavenly hosts (stars) will join the battle of Armageddon.

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DrinktheCovfefe 1 point ago +2 / -1

You mean an apparatus made of black construction paper, tin foil, and bits of string hanging down isn't capable of interplanetary travel?

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DrinktheCovfefe 7 points ago +8 / -1

Jesus was so vocal about sharing the Truth it got Him killed. The Pharisees and Jews wanted him to be quiet, too, but instead of staying dead He came back to life.

OP didn't even mention Jesus, but if He's on your heart and mind there are plenty of believers who would be happy to tell you about him or you can try saying a prayer yourself.

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DrinktheCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

Imagine being a liberal against big pharma or a conservative against government overreach, all to change your mind in 2021. The last 2 years have been so surprising.

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DrinktheCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

It took a while to read all the parts (so many small children running around!) but here goes:

My background is in this field and I was also saved about 3 years ago. I've also taken my fair share of psychedelics, so I have first-hand experience with hallucinations. This author is incredibly spot-on. His best argument IMO is that the voices have a pattern to them, they are not random/mixed as one would expect with hallucinations. The content also has a sinister, destructive element to it which results in social alienation and destruction of one's support systems (ie divorce, loss of job, homelessness).

Then there's the strange phenomena of medication non compliance. If the symptoms are that distressing, why would they not take their meds regardless of the side effects? For comparison, depression meds have the side effects of loss of libido, weight gain, and feeling dull or numb, and I would argue that depression is not nearly as bad as hearing disembodied voices with the most negative content, but depressed people still take their meds because the benefits outweigh the side effects.

On the Christian side of the house, there's a preacher who also works in this realm, Frank Hammond, who wrote Pugs in the Parlor which is his argument that schizophrenia and other mental illnesses are demon possession. TL;DR bad experiences in childhood open you up to destructive coping mechanisms that invite demons. He has a deliverance process but I haven't gotten that far yet.

Finally, the industry of mental health and social work is so ineffective and stubborn, you have to wonder if the proponents don't have their own agenda. Keep people sick -> more loosh/continued insurance payments?

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DrinktheCovfefe 12 points ago +12 / -0

Good analogy

SNL made a skit like this back when they were still funny - Almost Pizza

https://youtu.be/KLHRjaUBb3o

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

imaginary people that may feel excluded.

For real. I don't even think trans-identified women are the ones sqwaking about being excluded. As far as I can tell it's males and overly-woke "allies"

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's such inversion of femininity, it's a wonder more people don't see it.

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DrinktheCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Btw, I wish someone would call me one of those slurs, I'm so ready for it

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