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Covidian Cult Initiates Human Sacrifice; No Mercy, No Bodily Integrity!

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The tragic case of Dereck Kovick being denied a liver transplant unless he receives a COVID 19 Vaccination is a demonstration of just how dangerous the Covidian Cult has become. A paramount characteristic of all cults is the disintegration of the individual in favor of an intangible and idealistic and utopian, yet never realized cause. In this case “100% vaccination.” Everything about the response to this entire pandemic has run counter to the very thing our nation was founded upon: individual rights.

In today’s world of failed schools and the masses all but begging to be turned into slaves, most don’t know or appreciate that we based the system of government in the United States on the concept of securing individual rights. The US Constitution is “the law of the land’ and it is important to examine and not ignore it in times of government overreach. We do not consider the preamble of the Constitution to be law. It is a set of principles that introduces us to the rest of the document.

Among those principles is a commitment to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” This is an important phrase in our Constitution because our Founding Fathers sought to create a government whose purpose was not to distribute individual rights, but to “secure” them. It is clear, not only in the preamble, but in other parts of the document, that the purpose of government is to protect our rights. Most of our founding fathers and the population they represented were properly distrustful of government power, having just experienced tyranny and a revolutionary war for hard fought independence. They rightfully saw government power as a monster and created our Constitution and its amendments as a chain to hold that monster at bay. It is this very thinking that led to the writing of the Bill of Rights. The title itself speaks volumes. “Bill of Rights” was not called “Granting of Rights” (for example) because it was recognized that our rights are given to us by our creator, not by a king or any other authoritarian body.

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It is not a coincidence that the very First Amendment begins with the phrase “Congress shall make no law…” This clarifies that the Bill of Rights is intended as a restriction upon what the government may do. It doesn’t say “People can speak freely.” It says “Congress shall make no law…” This phrase sets the tone for the first 10 Amendments for a reason, the federal government exists solely to “secure the blessing of liberty.”

A private property owner or a private business has every right to require proof of vaccination if they so wish. Those unwilling to be vaccinated can choose not to work for or enter the establishment. They may end up finding a different employer or a different business to deal with. However, requiring vaccines as a condition of attending political events, public areas (such as the roads and airways), or religious services runs afoul of the 1st, 4th, and 14th Amendments. Further, it has long been common law that even the touching of one person by another without consent and without legal justification was a battery.

The Supreme Court in Union Pacific Railroad Co V. Botsford held that “no right is held more sacred, or is more carefully guarded, by the common law, than the right of every individual to the possession and control of his own person, free from all restraint or interference of others, unless by clear and unquestionable authority of law.” This is known as “bodily integrity” and it is the requirement that informed consent is required for medical treatment. Even those in a vegetative state are granted bodily integrity. The US Supreme court has a history of ruling that the right of self-determination should not be lost merely because an individual cannot sense a violation of it, the court has held that incompetent individuals keep a right to refuse treatment. It has also held that such a right could be exercised by a surrogate decision maker. The common-law doctrine of informed consent is viewed as encompassing the right of a competent individual to refuse medical treatment.

Even prisoners have bodily integrity protections. In Washington V Harper, the Supreme court ruled that prisoners possess “a significant liberty interest in avoiding the unwanted administration of antipsychotic drugs under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Even in the left’s favorite Supreme Court ruling of all time, Roe V. Wade, it was argued that “a State’s interest in the protection of life falls short of justifying any plenary override of individual liberty claims . . . ” Is the left now so concerned with saving lives via vaccination and masks that they will disregard the language of Roe V Wade?

As I have written previously, with the authoritarian left’s well documented endorsement of people and policies that have led to so much death over the course history, it is ironic that they now seem concerned with preventing people from getting sick and dying from COVID-19. If they aren’t careful, they might get labeled “Pro-Life.” The only thing the left cares about, and ever will really care about, is power and control. Destroying the individual rights that our Constitution was designed to protect through scare tactics and a vaccine mandate is just their latest attempt at collectivist rule. And while the left’s collectivist dream of everyone being vaccinated is forced upon anyone and everyone regardless of their religious beliefs, or their individual health circumstances; innocent men like Dereck Kovick are offered up for sacrifice on the left’s latest altar of cultish intolerance.

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Conservative Justices are Still in Danger. Joe Biden Could Change That Today

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Just because the Supreme Court ruling that overturns Roe v. Wade has finally been issued, it doesn’t mean the lives of the court’s conversative justices are any safer from pro-abortion extremists.

The President could immediately use the bully pulpit to minimize any threat to the lives of those sitting on the bench. It’s something he should have done weeks ago but should certainly do in the wake of the Dobbs. v. Jackson ruling.

Here’s the question that needs to be asked of President Biden or his spokesperson today:

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“As you know, a man with the intent to kill Justice Kavanaugh was arrested outside his home a few weeks ago. The pro-choice group, Jane’s Revenge, has committed many recent acts of violence and is now threatening a night of rage in response to today’s SCOTUS ruling. If, God forbid, a pro-choice extremist were to assassinate a sitting justice, how would the President think about filling such a vacancy?”

That answer should be simple:

“Obviously, this is a horrible hypothetical which reasonable Americans of all parties hope never comes to fruition. That said, it’s a fair question given today’s heated political climate and one he has thought about deeply. In such a terrible situation, the President would nominate a new appointee that looks as much like the deceased justice as possible. Beliefs, age, temperament – all of it. Were a conservative justice to suffer such harm, the President would ask Republicans to find that matching replacement, whom he would then nominate. Those rare, few extremists who might think to do harm to sitting members of the court must know they will never gain a political advantage through such an act of violence. I would hope that leading Republicans would make a similar pledge regarding the next time they hold the White House, that this thinking will become the unwritten and well understood rule here in D.C.. It is one of the few concepts that members of both parties should be able to commit to with full voice.”

This message has to be plain and, given the political climate, it must be stated ASAP.

Would a Biden white house make such a statement? Doubtful, given the left’s tacit support of the violence it likes through its refusal to condemn Jane’s Revenge, BLM riots, etc.

So be it. If Joe Biden won’t answer the question clearly, it should then be forced upon him. How?

By asking the same hypothetical of all leading national GOP figures. Take this same question straight to Trump, DeSantis, Noem, Haley, etc. and let’s see what they say.

I have a lot of hope they would all answer that question correctly and convincingly, but let’s find out.

Joe Biden told us he would be a unifying figure. Is he capable of finally delivering on that promise for the first time, at a moment when it’s needed most?

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Tech Tools Leading to Our Fast-Forward Future

Researchers will likely develop nearly every tech tool you’ve seen in science-fiction movies and television

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Lowell Catlett, a retired professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business, observes that all the high tech products on your desk and in your home will soon be antiques from a capability stand point. The almighty chip grows smaller and more powerful, and thanks to advanced microscopics, they’re proceeding towards a time in which the chip will be no thicker than a fraction of a human hair. In fact, microscopic motors today are no thicker than a human hair!

A World of Marvels

Scientists and engineers will likely soon develop nearly every technology you’ve ever seen in sci-fi movies, Superman comics, and all of the versions of Star Trek. Many miraculous breakthroughs are available now, but simply are not cost-effective for the masses. Existing sunglasses – far beyond the ill-fated Google Glass – allow you to watch any television show while you’re wearing them, wherever you are.

As “sun glass” technology is perfected, future models can be built right into your eye. You’ll automatically have protection from sun glare as daylight levels change. Laser technology in sunglasses for U.S. Air Force pilots will enable them to fire missiles or operate plane controls through their eye movements!

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Professor Catlett says, “Once you combine laser and computer technology, you’re able to read smart books – books that know when you’ve lingered on a word and hence, don’t understand its meaning.” So, then and there, while you’ve got your magic sunglasses on and are reading this book, a synonym pops up on the screen.

Instant Updates

Well-funded fire and police departments will equip each of their officers with such sunglasses to instantaneously give them updated information in the field. A firefighter entering a burning building could be told to turn left to safety, rather than right. A police officer could be told that the bridge is out 50 yards ahead and to take a hard right into the sandbank.

One day, politicians will be fitted with such technology. A new algorithm for identifying thumb prints, ten times faster than what currently exists, is nearly ready. Hence, about 30 seconds after you look at someone across a room his name will spell out in the corner of one of your lenses. No more forgetting old what’s-his-name.

Every sales force worth its salt will be outfitted with such lenses. Imagine, you walk into a new company, you don’t know a soul, and soon enough you’re greeting everyone by his/her first name. Until the technology is widely known, you’ll be regarded as some type of wizard.

Think Your Way Through It

The electronic headband, an emerging product, allows you to think your way to everything you want to do in your home. Sitting in your armchair, you’ll be able to lock the doors. You’ll be able to start your coffee maker. Want the television on or off? You’ve got it. Same with the lights. Refrigerator door. Windows up or down.

If you want to write a letter to your sister in Des Moines, you’ll only need to think the letter. You’ll be able to “program” your personal computer, write, and e-mail the message simply through your thoughts.

Soon, jet pilots flying billion dollar planes will be able to sit in the cockpit, think about what they want to do next, and have the plane be totally responsive. “Ultimately,” says Catlett, “machinery will be totally user-friendly. No instructions, no need to speak, no need to do anything, just think what you want to do.”

The Ubiquitous Computer

The world will enter a stage of the “ubiquitous computer.” Computers will be all around you, anywhere you go, built into the side of walls. They’ll be so powerful and all encompassing that they’ll be virtually invisible.

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