Showing posts from March, 2020

Clarity on Corona with Sayer Ji (Soapbox Podcast March 29, 2020)

March 29, 2020   CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE SHOW GUEST: Sayer Ji Topic: Clarity on the Coronavirus This week, Cindy had the honor of interviewing natural health expert Sayer Ji of the widely followed GreenMedInfo site. Sayer talks about the problems with the lab tests that declared that Covid-19 was a "novel" Coronavirus; the best ways to deal with the crisis for families and communities; and the dangers to our health, psyches, liberty, and emotional well-being of Medical Martial Law. If you listen to only one Soapbox, or one podcast about Coronavirus, make it this very important interview! Sayer Ji is the founder of GreenMedInfo, the world’s largest open-access natural health database. He is also a reviewer at the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, the co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed, a board member of the National Health Federation, and a steering committee member of the Global Non-GMO Foundation.

Apocalypse, Snooze (Day 8 of A Sheltered Life) by Cindy Sheehan

  There are many grey areas and life is often not "choose A, or choose Z." There can be a point on the line where one is not a "virus denier," nor is one a "hysterical mess," over The Virus™ and one might fall on the letter P, or K, or something along that line. I have read a lot of doctors, virologists, epidemiologists, etc, refuting CDC and WHO stats. Stats are numbers, based on math, which is pretty science-y. Also, stats can be misleading---if you only test people with corona-like symptoms, then you are going to get a WAY HIGHER stat for morbidity. These stats must be extrapolated to the general population from which the numbers are taken.   Population samples from China, Italy, Iceland and the U.S. provide relevant evidence. On or around Jan. 31, countries sent planes to evacuate citizens from Wuhan, China. When those planes landed, the passengers were tested for Covid-19 and quarantined. After 14 days, the percentage who teste

Blue Skies (Day 6 of A Sheltered Life)

Blue Skies Day 6: A Sheltered Life I am not trying to trivialize the serious situation we find ourselves in, at all. I am just trying to provide some straws to grasp at in these dark days. It's been quite awhile since we have faced such dire circumstances, but I have a feeling we will come out the other side of this. It's up to us whether we will come out better, or worse. Almost a year and a half ago, Pacific Gas and Electric burned down an entire town and our town was covered in a dangerous blanket of toxic smoke for days (that's why I have a good mask to wear). Paradise is slowly coming back, but during our current "stay-at-home" orders, the opposite thing is happening---the skies are bluer than I have seen them in a long time. It's hard to explain, but the air seems more present than ever before. Growing up in Los Angeles in the 1960's, it wasn't too unusual to see bubbles floating around in our air and it had a bad flavor.  Ye

Medical Martial Law? with Anthony Freda (Soapbox Podcast March 22, 2020)

March 22, 2020 Guest : Anthony Freda Topic : Covid-19 and Medical Martial Law Anthony Freda Cindy and Anthony chat about Covid-19 and the police state repressions being implemented and the possible future oppression being considered.   Medical Martial Law? DOJ Requests Suspension of Certain Constitutional Rights During Coronavirus Emergency Episode 086 – Medical Martial Law The Model State Emergency Health Powers Act An Internal Pandemic Document Shows the Coronavirus Gives Trump Extraordinary Powers Operations Plan for Pandemic Response Trudeau announces restrictions on entry into Canada Trudeau announces Canadians abroad will not be allowed entry to country if they exhibit symptoms of Covid-19 Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development  (Lock Step Rockefeller Foundation scenario) Episode 228 – How to Become a Billionaire (and what to do with it) The Coronavirus and the New World Order. “War is in the Air”

Lady in a Cage (Day 4 of A Sheltered Life) by Cindy Sheehan

Cindy out for a stroll I hope this finds all my friends, comrades, and contacts in good health and as good as spirits as possible! For all the sick, suffering, nurses, and caretakers, I send all my love and best wishes!    I haven't written for a couple of days because I actually had a bit of a tumble when I was out walking the other day---I am fine, just very sore!    Anyhoo, the scuttle-butt of a possible "Medical Martial Law" and a two-week complete quarantine is very concerning.    Trust me, I don't want to spread panic, but my concern is not about contracting the Coronavirus (still don't know anyone who has it and there is some evidence that spring will kill it, anyway), what I am concerned about is the enactment of more police state repressions. I am concerned about being trapped in my home for two weeks and I think you all should be, too.   This weekend was the 17th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq (another war that Obama, now

Speaking Truth to Empire w/Dan Yaseen (March 2020 Edition)

Image speaking-truth-to-empire/ 200318-speaking-truth-to- empire-jeff-j-brown Speaking Truth to Empire on KFCF 88.1 FM independently owned and locally operated since 1975 in Fresno, California. Dan Yaseen interviews Jeff J. Brown; he is a geopolitical analyst, journalist, lecturer and the author of The China Trilogy, which consists of “ 44 Days Backpacking in China”, “China Rising – Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations ” and “China Is Communist, Dammit!-Dawn of the Red Dynasty”. They will discuss spread of Coronavirus and its geopolitical implications.  **********  

Hello from GhostVille (March19: Day one of A Sheltered Life) by Cindy Sheehan

Hello from Ghostville: (March 19: Day One of The Sheltered Life) by Cindy Sheehan I am an incurable walker---I walk to shop; I walk for fun; I walk to go visit; I walk to stay fit. I see the world at short 3.5 mph bits---usually not zooming by in a dino-mobile, texting while driving. I don't own a car, but even if I did, I can't see myself living a non-pedestrian existence.  Long before this Covid-19 virus reaction, I have seen the seedy underbelly of my town, as well as the plight of our many homeless. However,  I have also learned of the peaceful places:--near creeks, or up in the hills. I have lived here in Vacaville since 1992---I have a son buried in the town cemetery which I have also gotten to know too well. Anyway, I think the current crop of concerns began right before I was destined to take a three-city trip back east, leaving on March 6th. Even though there was not a lot of panic, yet, I decided it would be best to postpone this