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Bad news by the bucket-load

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My inbox always greets me with the latest slew of developments in the roll out and manifestation of the so called ‘vaccine’ – actually a bio-weapon for the compromise of our immune system. It varies from day to day but here is this morning’s selection of headlines:

Just sickening, these I’m All Right Jacks clamouring for Plan B

It’s shameful using Colin Powell’s death to demonise anti-vaxxers

The Covid testimony of Dr Peter McCullough – Part 4: Malfeasance and abusing Mother Nature

TV’s Dr Hilary Jones: Compensate vaccine victims promptly

The biggest church demolition job since Henry VIII

Big Pharma Owns the World

The Vaccine: A Religious Exemption for the Whole World

The Covid Conspiracy Is Real and It Has US in Its Grasp

America Is Now a Kleptocrapocracy

It’s Time To Disobey Covid Mandates

J’Accuse! The Gene-Based “Vaccines” Are Killing People.

Common Vaccine Injection Mistake Can Kill Heart Muscle Cells

Ivermectin for Colorectal Antitumor Properties

Move Over, SARS-CoV-2 – More Lethal Version on Its Way

“…we see clotting – not from virus, but from spike from the vaccine itself…”

Food rationing to be announced in America… here’s what to expect in 2022

Vaccination Rates Not Linked to Lower COVID Rates, Epidemiology Paper Finds

Please note that the above list is half of the news feeds received between 10pm last night and  8am this morning.

For unknown reasons my burden is to archive all these manifestations of doom ‘for the record’, or posterity, so that when and if this madness is over we can look back and wonder what hypnotised us in to accepting such a situation.

Do you not get the message that something so serious is afoot that the future of homo sapiens is at stake. If we go on at this rate there will not be any humans left by 2030?

How are we supposed to keep up our morale?

I have part  of the answer.   When I wrote the above I had not left the house since the previous evening.  I went out for a comfort food breakfast which involved going through a field. I felt immediately lifted. I reckon a large part of the answer is to develop a relationship with nature. Nature is like a wise and loving friend. Do you believe that trees speak to you? if not, why not. They are sentient. They communicate with each other so why not with us.

A friend of Francoise (my wife) met someone in her painting class who likes embroidery. The friend invited her to her house to enjoy the craft together. Only one problem – the friend is a firm believer. She has had her two jabs and the booster. She saw on the media that the number of ‘cases’ is increasing so it is no longer safe to go to Bath. Will the friend shed the products of her compromised immune system to Francoise? Probably not but its the fear that is difficult to live with.

This ‘pandemic’ or ‘casedemic’ is certainly dividing people.

New phase in my diary writing – Day one

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From now on I shall be writing about the world as I see it from the Christian point of view including self development and how I see the whole co**vid thing. Day to day matters are less important especially as another fake lockdown comes upon us. If there is one sure thing, we are all going to suffer with deaths, restrictions and shortages this winter. I write from the UK.

I attempt to read the bible – or at least a commentary – each day.  I received a good message via the Internet on the topic of suffering.

I find the bible is good source of in-spiration and the message below sums up what our attitude should be very eloquently

Why Can We Hope in the Midst of Suffering?

Based on the following verses, we discover the Bible instructs to have hope in suffering because:

Our sufferings are “light and momentary” and “are achieving for us an eternal glory” (2 Corinthians 4:17). Paul reassures that when viewed from eternity, our pain will appear short-lived.

God is with us through every trial. “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles…” (2 Corinthians 1:3-4).

Suffering produces a mature faith. “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything” (James 1:2-4 NIV).

Christ gives us His peace. “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33 NIV).

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Last night – Wednesday 20th October 2021 – I attended a local history evening at a local village, Oakhill. The whole was carefully and meticulously presented and I enjoyed it.  The one horror story was that the majority of those attending wore masks. Not the pathetic blue ones  but industrial sized fairly air-tight masks which must reduce oxygen intake and prevent exhalation of carbon dioxide by at least 10%. I saw a lady who could hardly stand – the must have been about 80, struggling to breathe. What torture these people are enduring and for why.