“Real change is difficult at the beginning, but gorgeous at the end. Change begins the moment you get the courage and step outside your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.” ― Roy T. Bennett
"We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to write circuitry for cells and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers…"
The only reason that you're not in a medical police state is that Governor DeSantis isn't using many of these laws. They're sitting on the books, dormant, waiting to be abused by a future administration.
Unlike the prescription drugs that most Americans are saddled with, Medicare late enrollment penalties do not have an expiration date; they are for life, or for as long as the individual carries Medicare.
We have to make some noise about these Florida laws that could snatch our liberties away in the next "emergency." Our letters to the governor aren't getting to the top of the pile. We need the press talking about this, which will only happen if this open letter goes viral.
Above left: Raymond Cocteau, the fake doctor who outlawed the handshake in Demolition Man (1993). Above right: Anthony Fauci, the fake doctor who said “I don’t think we should ever shake hands again” in the Journal podcast (2020). Blog post banner: the touchless high-five that is a running gag throughout the movie.
“Most of the funding Gates provides to the WHO is tied to specific agendas of the [Gates] foundation. That means that the WHO cannot itself set global health priorities, and it is beholden to a largely unaccountable private actor."
“So this is the crucial revolution, and COVID is critical because this is what convinces people to accept, to legitimize, total biometric surveillance. If we want to stop this epidemic, we need not just to monitor people; we need to monitor what’s happening under the skin.” Wait, what? I thought I was a god. But no...
Governments love crises because people in fear are more willing to give up freedoms for promises that the government will take care of them. After 9/11, Americans surrendered their civil liberties for the PATRIOT Act’s hollow promises of security.
To force an individual against their will to receive a medical treatment with known potential and dangerous side effects is immoral, and any attempt to categorize someone as immoral for refusing the shot is dangerous!