Blog/Gov’t Incompetence

Stimulus Checks Sent to Deceased People

Neither my sister nor I collect Social Security. Nevertheless, she received a check in the mail made out to my deceased mother, and it says “DECD” for [...]

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Typos On Deaths Intentional or Just Typos?

The flu deaths in 2015 were about 2500 whereas COVID is claimed to be about 1300. Then on top of that, the Swiss government reported the death of a 9-year-old girl [...]

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Whistleblowers

People who stand up to the overwhelming corruption that has seized control of our lives through the offices of government are demonized, arrested, killed, or thrown [...]

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Will We Starve? Do Politicians Even Understand What They Are Doing?

QUESTION: Dear Sir, Best of health to you and your family. What i observe and it is amazing is that every-day-ordinary people like me, are very worried but they are [...]

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CDC is a Private Organization – Not Government!

  Some people have questioned my concern over both the CDC and John Hopkins University is a PRIVATE organization where the CDC accepts private funding – [...]

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Is Bloomberg Behind the John Hopkins University Virus Map that Has Scared the World?

Some people have wondered who is behind the John Hopkins University map. Is there a political connection or is this just academic incompetence? I believe it clearly [...]

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I was told – Read your Own Book!

I had a very interesting conversation about what appears to be a grab for power with someone high up. I was told: Read tour own book! I concluded in the [...]

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Something is Just Not Right Here

COMMENT:  Trying times. The news just seems to keep getting worse. Not the actual news about the virus itself, but rather, the wake of destruction left behind the [...]

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What Happens when the People are Confronted by a Government Financial System that Crumbles before their eyes?

Congress has been out to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The national debt keeps growing reaching around $23 trillion, yet Congress as an institution points fingers [...]

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