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"You are with me !"

This child marks a line in the sand in this insane Covid Civil War.

Picture of Calvin Luther Martin, PhD

Calvin Luther Martin, PhD

October 22, 2021

You and I have a very real, personal

responsibility to this child.

Yes, this very child.

It is this:
"You Are with Me!" (Kevin Carden)
Don't you dare harm this child with your jab!

And don't you dare let anyone else do so!

This child is a line in the sand in this insane Covid Civil War.

It's time for all the Pfizer-addicted vaxxers to drop their

fucking hypodermic needles and go into rehab!

“It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were thrown into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.” (Luke 17:2, New King James Version).

Two thousand years ago, a wise man spoke these lines. You don’t have to be a Christian or a Muslim or any other religion to be overwhelmed by the wisdom of these words. (I don’t call myself a Christian. At the same time, I don’t call myself not a Christian. I’m interested in faith and grace and goodness. Whoever and whatever practices it, I’m all for it.)

Someone with an MD or PhD degree, or someone claiming

to be some bullshit called a "government official,"

needs to have a millstone hung around his neck and be

dropped into the sea for killing this boy

and for the incalculable harm, including death, to all these other people.

5 thoughts on ““You are with me!””

  1. This is a belated response to the collective comments and replies posted in this thread. Words fail me as I watch the horrors unfolding in Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Germany, and now the U.K. — and as toxic “vaccines” are being mandated for children in the U.S. Who among us (other than the perpetrators themselves) could have imagined any of this two years ago?

    I share DeplorableOne’s desperation over the state of the U.S., and I resonate with Calvin’s response to it. Having done what I could in the years after 9/11 to resist the imperialist agenda on the one hand while attempting to co-create alternative possibilities on the other, I became vividly aware not only of the corruption and intransigence of “government” but also of the (willful) ignorance of the general public. While it’s true that many Americans have been working two and three jobs just to stay afloat in recent years, I fear that our culture has become so focused on material reality that we’ve lost track of who we are, what we’re doing, and what we’re responsible for in the grander scheme of things.

    Practically every one of the (left-leaning) friends and colleagues I worked with for two decades has now fallen by the wayside in the past two years. They’re all so blinded by their hatred of Trump, their fear of COVID, and their allegiance to established institutions that they can’t (won’t) see the larger tyranny bearing down on all of us. In the meantime, U.S. elections as we know them are — as Calvin has said — a farce. I, too, will no longer participate; I voted for third-party candidates in 2012 and 2016, and I abstained altogether in 2020.

    The debacle of the 2016 election and the paralyzing divisions that followed from it led me to see the U.S. as essentially ungovernable in its present form. I imagined the country splitting, eventually, into regions that were more manageable in size and more congruent in orientation than the behemoth we have now — maybe, also, completely different in governance from anything known hitherto.

    That leads me to “Eskimos Won’t Talk About Bears,” which I’m delighted to hear about and look forward to reading. There’s something fundamentally amiss about the way we (Americans particularly, but maybe all of “western civilization” and the Global North) have been living, and the come-uppance is upon us. Whether that come-uppance derives from a “virus” or from the totalitarian measures implemented in response to it, the fact is that all systems appear to be in free-fall and it’s up to us (those of us who are left) to co-create something new. I just pray that we’ll have the wisdom to anchor ourselves in a deeper consciousness than the one we presently inhabit. This blog seems to be a welcome step in that direction!

  2. Hi,

    I am a Christian and could tell of true-to-me-as-it-gets encounters with the Holy Spirit long ago that (He?) ended up guiding my life and thoughts and perceptions for decades now. I’ve had long held distrust of many things I’ve read and observed in media mass or otherwise, and government institutions and academia, and I always wondered why was I “getting it” while others were being duped by what I perceived to be blatant lies and deceptions.

    You can imagine that in today’s toxic atmosphere my instinct of distrust and my bewilderment has risen exponentially. I gave up on church a long time ago, as I saw blatant manipulation to fuel utter greed being exhibited by leaders and a blind trust and sheep-like approval by my fellow attendees that I found mind boggling.

    I still consider myself a very active believer despite this. God will judge, I’m sure. I feel that my training by the Spirit and my subsequent observations throughout my lifetime both in and out of church have led me to believe the world’s/nation’s population is being delivered into a very church-like, all consuming cult replete with saint-like apostles like Fauci and Gates and sinners and unwashed like the unvaccinated.

    I suppose I said all that to say (if you made it this far?) that I was pleased to stumble upon your website and to say that people like you are doing quite a (heroic) valuable service to gather and disseminate information of great importance and that you have a very effective and interesting way of making good points. I feel drawn in. It’s as if I’m having a fascinating discussion with a very interesting person.

    Editor’s response: How delighted I was to read this!

    Tim (if I may), I recently finished writing a book on “language as physics.” Click here for the cover draft. And here for the preface.

    It will surprise you to know that Jesus of Nazareth is taken seriously in this book — away more seriously than scholars take him. Away more seriously than the phony church takes him. Away more seriously than Christians take him. He is featured in this book, along with Nietzsche, Hegel, Heidegger, Descartes, Wittgenstein, von Humboldt, Schopenhauer, Einstein, Bohr, Bohm, Schrodinger, Jung, Thoreau, and St. Paul, among others. He is in there with Yup’ik Eskimo, Kalahari Bushman, and Navajo philosophy and physics. He is in there with Rilke, Wallace Stevens, and T. S. Eliot. Out of this list, he is the sole human who “gets it.”

    Gets it? Yeah, the only individual in this list who grasped the way reality really and truly works and who actually lived it. Bohm and others grasped it, though only in theory. Jesus lived it.

    This is not a Christian apologetic. It is a book on physics, language, and consciousness, including the neurobiology of consciousness. It is an essay on the deep physics of the gift, on the centrality of the gift to being truly human. The gift and faith. The two are joined at the hip, of course.

    As you look over the cover, note the comments by readers of the ms. Note their credentials. Dr. Jonathan Brent, former Editor-in-Chief at Yale University Press, wrote in an email, “This is not a case of my understanding this book: this book understands me.”

    When the ms. is ready to post online as an eBook, I’ll let you know. You should read it. (It will also be published as a paperback.) When you read it, it will blow your circuits–I hope. You will see reality differently. You will experience it the way Jesus did, and you won’t be the same.

  3. Jim Wiegand - Wildlife Biologist

    “If it ain’t broke, why fix it?” This is exactly what is happening with our children and this Nazi Covid madness.

    These kids are not sick and these vaccines, with serious side effects, are altering the development of their much needed natural immunity.

  4. I thought we should have put a stop to this madness when Trump was still commander-in-chief. He had the power to make all of us effective at that time.

    I am still prepared to stand against these maniacs, but we have no organization and therefore no individual support. I cannot stand alone. If we are not successful with a round of fair elections over the next 3 years, there truly is but one course left, and I fear we have already missed our best opportunity.

    Editor’s response: Trump as commander-in-chief? In name, only. Milley was head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. If you have not read about Milley’s (post-Trump) treason, it’s worth doing. Makes one wonder what treason he was committing while Trump was still President. I suppose historians will figure this out someday.

    Then, again, Milley isn’t a real soldier. He’s a panty-waist Princeton graduate, not a West Pointer or one of the other academies. This is why he’s “woke” and all that bullshit.

    The most troubling issue is elections. They’re worthless, certainly at the presidential level and almost certainly at the congressional level. Certainly at the gubernatorial level, as well, at least in NYS and Calif.

    Ponder this for several minutes. The tragedy of last November was not so much Trump losing, but the stupendous egregious plain-as-day tsunami fraud. Fake ballots. Fake voters. Fake voting machine data. As you read the news from the last week or so, we’re headed into a repeat performance in 2 weeks.

    The vote in America is dead. A farce. Charade. I have vowed to my wife that I will not vote again. Yes, including next month. Why? To keep my human dignity (what shreds I have left). My wife disagrees with me, by the way. I understand her argument (which you can easily guess and, yes, it has merit). Refusal to vote is just my thing; I’m not evangelical about it.

    Anyhow, America is over as a nation. I would argue the nation, such as it was, ended with the Civil War. That’s a conversation for another time. You may want to read a letter I wrote to my Congresswoman, Elise Stefanik, shortly after last year’s presidential election. Click here. It focuses on the vote.

  5. Could not be more poignant. More true.

    Snuffing children via jabs, using living foetuses as experimental material: You could not make this up.

    How many circles of hell were there in Dante’s “Inferno”?

    Editor’s response: Dante described 9 circles of hell in the “Inferno.” The people who murder children with the vax, or, for that matter, who murder anyone with the vax, wind up in the Seventh Circle, described above.

    If Dante got it right, there are going to be loads of medical doctors and PhD scientists in that boiling cauldron. Note the crowd Dante witnesses therein: all the tyrants and other self-aggrandizing bullies who thought their agenda was worth the slaughter they perpetrated.

    “So they are immersed in the boiling blood [clots] forever, each according to the degree of his guilt” — writes Dante, with an interpolation by me.

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