You begin by saying, "we as humans." You end by saying, "we tell Woodrow Wilson and his intellectual progeny to go to hell." I sincerely hope the two "we"'s are different, though I cannot see how you meant otherwise. Besides the obvious fact that it is now too late to tell Wilson to go anywhere, least of all hell, I for one am not in the habit of telling anyone to go to hell, and certainly not just because someone has a different view than I do about a preamble to a document, even an important one. I do not appreciate your attempt to include me in your irreligious rant. Your ending, therefore, is in very bad taste, and I invite you to get it changed.

For the record, Woodrow Wilson, for all his flaws, was the son of a pastor that was also the son of a pastor. While that means nothing in and of itself, it does hint at Wilson's religion, and since avoiding hell is not based on one's view of the Declaration, there is a good chance he is not where you have tried to send him.

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Dear Jessica,

I appreciate you taking the time to read my essay.

You are obviously correct in your quote of the Declaration.

I did not intentionally avoid referencing God. That's what I had in mind in discussing how our nature is endowed. But perhaps I could have made that more explicit.

I greatly respect your work. I am in the NYC area and it is eerie how so few seem concerned about where all the names and bodies are from that 10 week period in the spring 2020.

I hope you continue your work.


Christopher Grenda

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Quoting the Declaration of Independence:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

We are born free, with certain unalienable rights endowed by God, not merely from “nature”.

They are natural rights by the grace and will of God.

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Public health (and epidemiology) appear invariably constrained by a faux-scientific statistical tool, the blurred lens of the generalised cohort of collectivism, a lens of alleged probability. Further an anti-scientific coerced dependence upon germ theory has led to a dystopian distortion of natural reality and a absurd reductionism that fails to exclude other many possible causes of ill health. Statistical outputs, whether significant or not can only serve to masquerade with alleged clinical significance at n=1. Comparing the view from two ends of a biological and moral telescope - the generalisable cohort and statistical collective, or the individual case and the sanctity of a person....the choice appears rational and obvious. The thing is, such an approach demands far more intelligence, detailed study and science. It also appears less well suited to rank exploitation, commercialism and frank tyranny.

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A Future Vaccine to Prevent Knowledge of Soul and Spirit

From The Fall of the Spirits of Darkness (Bristol: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1993; GA 177), p. 85.

October 7, 1917

85 – “The time will come – and it may not be far off – when quite different tendencies will come up at a congress like the one held in 1912 and people will say: It is pathological for people to even think in terms of spirit and soul. ‘Sound’ people will speak of nothing but the body. It will be considered a sign of illness for anyone to arrive at the idea of any such thing as a spirit or a soul. People who think like that will be considered to be sick and – you can be quite sure of it – a medicine will be found for this. . . . The soul will be made non-existent with the aid of a drug. Taking a ‘sound point of view,’ people will invent a vaccine to influence the organism as early as possible, preferably as soon as it is born, so that this human body never even gets the idea that there is a soul and spirit.

“. . . the heirs of modern materialism will look for the vaccine to make the body ‘healthy,’ that is, make its constitution such that this body no longer talks of such rubbish as soul and spirit, but takes a ‘sound’ view of the forces which live in engines and in chemistry and let planets and suns arise from nebulae in the cosmos. Materialistic physicians will be asked to drive the souls out of humanity.”

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Superb. Yes, yes, yes. That return to reverence for these, our natural, God-given rights. A piece that touches on this, urging the move away from reverence for the governing document of the central government, the Constitution, and back to the Declaration: https://shethinksliberty.substack.com/p/everyday-is-the-day-to-remember-reaffirm

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A brilliant ‘essay’, if I may call it that. However, in describing our natural attributes we are born with, the name of God, the giver of our created attributes, is omitted. By the same token, those in politics and the health systems who reject our humanity, do so because they reject the existence of God, who instills in us respect, love and compassion for our fellow human beings.

“Without God, what am I but a guide to my own downfall.” (St. Augustine)

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It is God (Creator in the Declaration of Independence) who endows “certain unalienable rights.”

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Very interesting, well done, and so close. You never mention God, though the Christian understanding of the Founders is the basis for what they wrote. The Bible also explains your conundrum about imperfect immunity during life, even at birth.

We humans, in the persons of Adam and Eve, were perfect, before The Fall, but when sin entered the world, it entered everything - there was death; "thorns and thistles;" pain in childbirth; and, presumably, disease.

*Natural* rights come from "Nature and Nature's God:" "the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them." [Declaration of Independence]

Our equal moral status as humans derives from God: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain [meaning 'sure,' not 'select'] unalienable Rights...." [Declaration of Independence] We are created by our Creator, and we are created equal, with our rights coming from God, not man, and certainly not from governments.

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This is refreshing PANDA Uncut. It’s all the way in. The answer is cutting ties with all abominations that are pretending to be overlords.

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A standing ovation worthy piece.👏👏👏

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All vaccines damage the immune system to a lesser or greater degree.

The mRNA injections are poison to reduce world population by causing early deaths across all age groups and reduction in fertility, courtesy of Albert Bourla, head of Pfizer

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All vaccines are poison. Vaccines create disease.

Anyone who has studied the topic in depth knows that every aspect of the "vaccine story", starting in the 1800's up to present, is complete fraud. Vaccines have done nothing but harm people and line the pockets of the medical establishment and their investors.

Vaccines are barbaric- all of them.

There has never been a product of any kind so filled with historical misinformation, purposeful deception and outright fraud. The belief that injecting synthetic chemicals made by habitually criminal companies who profit from perpetual disease somehow produces health is not only ridiculous and unproven— it is a foundational teaching of a dangerous religious cult that western medicine has become.

For those who have studied the "vaccine imperative" in-depth it is also known that the "diseases" vaccines are allegedly designed to "prevent" are created by the very same system that sells the vaccine as the "cure" for that "disease."

All of this is by design- it's called racketeering.

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