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"Having a transgender child is like having a vegan cat. We all know who is making the decisions." -youtube comment

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Speaking of which, what are the odds that all of these celebrities have children with such a rare condition as transgenderism:

https://tritorch.com/celebrity

May I have 'Devil Worshipers' for $1000 Alex?

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I asked my husband where we were going to move after we read yesterday's C&C...Uganda or Russia?

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It’s the new virtue signaling. Remember when it was adopting an African child? If you do it “right” you can have both # Madonna

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Brad Pitt and Angelina

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Sandra Bullock.

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Did they really want a different child? What is wrong with these parents? Or is they want be the COOL parents to their friends?

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I hate to say it, but transgenderism progresses naturally from the normalization of homosexuality. This is nothing new. In ancient Rome and Greece, the same thing happened. The surgery is much more sophisticated these days, but that's about all that's different.

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You dont know much about homosexuality do you? Except what someone else who knows nothing has told you perhaps. Gay men and women are made by the same Creator who made you and are simply attracted to the same sex for their partner. Homosexuality has been around as long as humankind and is also found among all other species. The majority of pedophiles are heterosexual and when there is molestation it occurs nearly always in the home by a relative.

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I know what I know mostly from over 35 years of practice as a clinical psychologist with a specialty in psychodiagnostics and from working with many homosexuals. I don't disagree with a lot of what you say, except that we are not another species, but are human, which makes us qualitatively different, and just because homosexuality has always been with us does not mean it is not a problem, for the individual who is same-sex attracted as well as for the people around him or her. To try to make it not so has turned out to be folly.

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It's mostly mentally disturbed men who are sexual deviants that are extreme peeping toms; to say it mildly. And those civilizations get destroyed from within first then outside male dominated forces finish them off.

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I would argue that it's an ideological, actually a theological problem to start off with. Once you separate sex from its actual function, to create children and then to bond their parents so they're raised in supportive families in which their conscience is properly formed, then you're off and running to sexual deviance and the elimination of male and female as primary, ontologically valid features of reality.

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They have to pay to play.. sacrificed children for the fame... and to push the agenda... and of course the social media attention

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the parents and grandparents have all been used as steppingstones to get to this point they will "naturally" oblige to the movement and disfiguration surgery

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Dean Martin was once asked how many children he had and he replied 3, 1 of each... this sickness has been running rampant in Smell A for many many years.

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My S-I-L had a vegan cat...it was the most miserable, unhealthy, pathetic thing I'd seen...it was given a diet that did not fit its natural state and was constantly at the vet...sounds just like our trans kids...

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You hit the ugly "nail" on its head, Lisa! Cats are CARNIVORES and eat ONLY MEAT in the natural world. In OUR world--poor canine furriends! They're either overweight and under nourished or starved to death by "vegan" humans. DISGUSTING isn't it!

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That is animal abuse. Cats require meat! I'm sure poor kitty will be dying a slow, horrible death. :(

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Poor kitty was forced 😢it’s an absolutely unnatural diet for a car. While some people are doing fine with vegan diets with proper supplementation this diet is not good for everyone. Some people actually feel better and look better when they start consuming meat. It just shows there is no one diet, food OR drug that has the same effect on everyone as some “ public health experts” seem to think.

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Yeah. A loony "mom" who is a mental case. All the attention is about her. They are users and abusers.

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Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

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Reminds me of The Sixth Sense. Makes me so sad & angry.

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yes, but again this was preceded by tilling the youthful soils of sexualities and genders for the past 70 years in schools, pop-culture, media, "social" media, churches and ministries, psychology, all Western culture and countries so that a boy waking up feeling "gay" or girlie that day is NORMAL, and thinking that leads to a mind that wants to be the opposite gender and even genital removal surgery becomes the "New and Improved Normal". Like any NORMAL tattoo or piercing for a teen, and what supportive, tolerant, open-minded parent wouldn't want to enable and care for their child in this condition? Science and medicine affirm it; religion and republicans, and grandparents should as well.

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The Wokies, Marxist one an all, have conjured up a Fake World, and asked to believe it as our own 'truth'. And in this way, Marxism is a Magic Trick ... and a manufactured phantom for hiding the Hidden Hand of a hideous control agenda.

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I can't even joke about it. I only get mad as hell.

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Oregon senators are still on walkout - 27 days I think? I support them 100%. The news isn’t even reporting on it correctly - calling it an abortion issue! No, it is a parental rights issue. HB2002 makes it illegal for a doctor to tell you that your child (of any age) is getting an abortion or transitioning... and that’s just one aspect of it. Talk about mad as hell... this is a hill to die on. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻✝️

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So proud of the 'Oregon 13'. Politicians with principles, very rare today.

Right Speaker McCarthy??

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Righteous anger

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Me too. I’m so distressed I can only be with people in select situations.

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Walking away from immoral or insane behavior or speech is the right thing to do. The only thing more correct is to criticize it openly. The reason that this madness is becoming so prevalent is that no one is pushing back.

Lest we forget, Jesus was not always nice, unless you consider harsh criticism, threats, and occasional table toppling acts of kindness, which they can be. Put differently, the tolerance of error is not helpful and often harmful to others.

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Accurate.

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The cat can free itself by catching a mouse. The child, not so much.

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Well....there are matches, sunlight and magnifying glasses. Just hope the kid doesn't get any funky ideas.

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Yes😢

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A cat can be held captive by a mouse?

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I’m not sure what your question is. The presumption is the cat would swallow the mouse, thereby, escaping the bounds of veganism.

For the child, however, once the breasts or testies have been removed there is never an avenue for escape.

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The common housecat can't swallow a mouse.

What would the escape be from?

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LOL

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Comprehensive Sexuality Education programs were developed by masons to increase infertile sex: http://StopCSE.org

There's a plan to murder 95% of the global population.

Start taking some redpills and doing your own homework by searching the following in duckduckgo.com or presearch.com:

- Both Churchill and Roosevelt were masons and plotted to get the reluctant USA into the war by provoking the Japs and letting Pearl Harbor (all fleet defenseless in there, no radar warning in outer islands)

- 9/11: 2 "planes", yet all 7 World Trade Center towers destroyed, not the closer towers not belonging to World Trade Center, and the owner with his 2 grown up sieblings failed to show up for work (never did)...

- J6: The fake riot was mason-planned, incited and guided by FBI agents, who broke into the Capitol !!!

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/j6-what-you-need-to-know

It's such a mason manual that they organized the same play in Brazil when it was proven that the voting machines owned by mason Soros, were rigged:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/the-2020-american-coup

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/dominion-over-us

- COVID was designed as a primer for lethal COVID haccines:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/the-real-covid-timeline

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/not-vaccine-not-gene-therapy-just

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/what-do-bioweapons-have-to-do-with

- Wake up videos:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/wake-up-videos

- It's genocide for depopulation:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/depop-vaccines-no-myth

- It’s the masons, who create counterfeited currencies (trillions of dollars and EUROS) and bought the listed corporations, media, healthcare, universities, parties and political careers:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/david-rockefeller-illuminati

ex-illuminati Ronald Bernard's confessions:

http://youtu.be/JAhnCdXqPww

Now are you ready?

The full PLAN exposed:

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/the-plan-revealed

16 laws we need to exit Prison Planet

Politics got us in, politics is the way out ... after prayers!

https://scientificprogress.substack.com/p/laws-to-exit-planet-prison

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I have a relative who reached 33rd degree, and he finally awakened to the evil. He left, but to this day refuses to even speak about them, he lives in fear for his life now. The lower masons have not a clue.

It is an evil organization.

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Anything thing that must be done in secret (darkness) is always suspect! Proverbs always recommends Light!!

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It took him quite a bit: if I recall correctly, they are required to step on the Crucifix at the 12°, yet if they refuse, they are still upgraded, hoping to make them more evil along the way.

This is what happened to your uncle. He was invited to a special meeting:

http://youtu.be/JAhnCdXqPww

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kudos to you for posting that. I have seen too many other videos like this, and read many many more articles. Unless and until the normies are willing to watch and face up to the fact this is the glue that binds the Khazarians and their minions who believe they have a divine right to rule us, these horrors will never stop To those who say "I don't want to watch that", I remind them that all it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to stand by and do nothing.

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I felt such evil watching that I had to stop. I couldn't finish it.

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Oh, dear God…..

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Give this a watch, CStone, word is getting out:

https://bitchute.com/video/XYQnYBgMjEyu [1:48min]

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Will soon post about that:

Masonic Pedophilia

“The FRANKLIN SCANDAL is the story of a nationwide pedophile ring that pandered children to a cabal of the rich and powerful. The ring’s pimps were a pair of political powerbrokers who had access to the highest levels of our government. Nebraska legislators attempted to expose the network in 1989 and 1990, but the legislators' efforts were followed by a rash of mysterious deaths and the overpowering responses of federal and local law enforcement, including the FBI and Justice Department, which effected an immaculate cover-up of the trafficking network.”1

The ritual of “ascension” (meant descension) to the 33rd degree involves a child bride. Videos are even more satanic.2

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The Franklin scandal actually made MSM pages for a brief time. This also involved the infamous Boy's Town orphanage in Nebraska. Want to know it's most infamous alumni? Charles Manson. Who knows what hell he was exposed to. Explains a lot, doesn't it?

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I have to believe that it is so, an evil organization. And organized in cells (degrees) of learning 'the Craft'. And I have to wonder, what does learning 'craft' have to do with learning Scripture. One thing that I well remember, the role on the Continental European Lodges in fomenting the French Revolution, an entirely anti-clerical affair. I have to believe, then and now, the Money Power is behind it.

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aren't they just Shriners, Rotarians, Elks, or Oddfellows? that's the "media" analysis after much rigorous journalistic investigation. Or...could it be a touch more cultish than that? Hmmm

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A HS friend posted a photo with the Freemason symbol in it. (Tried to paste it but can’t) I had no idea he was a member but recall he was a bit aloof. The message said “Be good to people. You will be remembered for your kindness…” 😳

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In a lot of cases, this is true. But depending on age, a lot less than we might think. I am the mom of a transgender child....I 100% oppose transitioning and refused any interventions until age 18. This is so clearly mental illness, but any help with the depression/anxiety she was dealing with also came with “loving” affirmative care. Finding a provider that does not subscribe to affirmative care is nearly impossible (and the trans world is super in-the-know on that, warning my child how horrible mental health providers that don’t subscribe to affirmative care are). I’m certain I bare some blame but as a conservative Christian mom who sent this child to a Classical Christian school for 3-years, homeschooled for 8, and then finally a public school for the last 2, I certainly wasn’t promoting or encouraging my child to identify as the opposite sex.

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Recent years have been hard on the kids in public and even private school, and the ideology is very strong in schools and online. My teen got taken by the trans cult too, and I had never imagined that would be an issue in our lives.

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I know that I was so ill-prepared for it...I thought I was doing the right things along the way, exposing her to the realities of the world and then explaining how we view these things as Christians. Maybe I was actually putting ideas into her head instead. I am so sorry you are also dealing with this. And I hope you are navigating it and your relationship with your child better than I’ve been able to❤️

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I am sorry. 😥🙏 Never stop praying for your child.

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Thank you! My prayer life has been shaken for sure (If I believe God answers prayers (I do), but this one hasn’t been answered, does it mean I was wrong about God or that I’m double-minded in my prayers or I really don’t believe God will answer my prayer or I’m not asking in faith or, or, or....this goes on and on and on and I feel defeated before I ever begin talking to God)...yet each day I start anew and resolve to continue to pray (or try to pray)

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Heartbreaking.

I'm not a mental health professional. Probably a badge of honor. That said, I'm so so suspicious that there might be some hidden trauma in these children's lives. Trauma covers a w i d e spectrum. What one child experiences as trauma may roll off another's back. There's also the possibility of things we don't like to think about. I have heard first hand stories of survivors of abuse. I'm thinking in particular of denials by the mothers when they were told, and complete ignorance of the mother because the girl was fearful something would happen if she told. Not saying this worst is the case, just that gender dysphoria might -might- have its roots in something hidden. Something to explore?

I hope you're taking care of Heather in the midst of your own trauma. You are living through trauma. You know that, right? You must be overwhelmed at times. Different issues but I had a difficult child. Childhood trauma I could do nothing about. It took more than a decade for her to sort things out, but she got on the road. Still sorting 20 years later. Not my journey. I feel for her but can't live her life for her. I neglected to take care of me for *years*. Do take care of Heather. Neglect her and there won't be the proper resources to offer your child. 2¢

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I understand. ❤️ From personal experience with an issue I had with my child, it took many, many years of frustration, depression, many prayers (of my devout mother as well), and many tears for my prayer to be answered.

In my tradition, we also pray to certain saints for their intercession on our behalf, and also to the sweet mother of Christ for her motherly intercession prayers. As a mother, she is especially understanding of our sorrows.. I personally find her special place in Heaven comforting.

Never give up. Take it day by day.

May God bless you and comfort you sweet lady.

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I'm so sorry for what you are going through. If there is need for repentance; ask God; I'm sure He will direct you to what; if anything; you (And your husband?) need to repent of; and never stop praying. Don't try to figure out all of the 'what if's'; the issue is too big to try to figure out; GOD knows what the ROOT cause of all of this is; trust Him to take care of it. Continue to show your child God's unfailing love along with His Truth. "Don't grow weary in well-doing."

"Having done ALL; STAND."

We are in a battle such as the world has never seen; a battle between deception and God's Truth; right and wrong; and the enemy NEVER sleeps. But God doesn't either; and because of Christ's finished work on the cross; all those who are born-again through and into Him also win. But it IS a BATTLE; a continuous one that must be pressed into until a victory is seen.

God has given us free will; including your child; but "It's not God's will that ANY should perish; but that ALL should come to repentance"; and I will believe God to be ready; willing; and able to save; sanctify; heal, and deliver your child.

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at least the "vegan cat" can still hunt for mice, but a transgendered child has been mutilated without being able to give properly informed consent that will affect its lifetime!

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That's so funny, I can't remember what video I was watching but I JUST saw that comment a couple of days ago!! I laughed out loud at it too. :-)

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What a *fantastic* observation. If only it were not too long for a T-shirt ...

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Now there's a real Un-Happy CAT IN THE HAT! In Spanish El gato in a Sombrero.

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Spot on.

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How would a genetic carnivore become a vegan?

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Forcibly.

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By necessity.

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much the same way a male can become a female and a female a male. IMPOSSIBLE

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Cosmetics such as genitalia are the only indicators not subject to laboratory conformation.

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Jun 2, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

The problem with catching cancer before symptoms is that not all cancer will kill you. Many cancers are very slow growing cancers that people will die with and not from. This has a huge effect on quality of life. If you are aggressively treating a non aggressive cancer your quality of life will suffer. Modern medicine is great....except when it’s not.

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My family member was just killed by surgery to remove a tumor that the doctors *believed* would become malignant. The narrative is that he died “due to complications from surgery.” No, the doctors and hospital killed him.

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Dee - I am so very sorry for your loss.

My journey of extreme skepticism of the medical monopoly, & bureaucracy etc began in 1986. A team of supposedly well-respected nephrologists wanted “exploratory surgery” for my mom who was 66 at the time. She had a blocked kidney & thankfully I had the presence of mind to stand firm for less invasive procedures (a stent in the “kinked” ureter did the trick.) I was blessed to have her for another 30 years to age 96. Also, I had at the time a very knowledgeable & brilliant Applied Kinesiologist who had some very astute interventions that I should inquire of the surgeons before they did what they do. (I was so naive - his statement that surgeon’s are “knife happy” was an eye-opener). I am thankful for surgeon’s who do perform amazing, “necessary” life-saving surgery. It is the corporatist hospital system that is so destructive because it IS big business. And, of course, Bigg Harmass has contributed to our health systems’ demise.

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And don’t be fooled by “nonprofit” hospitals either. Hospitals are where people go to die.

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and I don't believe there is such a thing as a non-profit hospital

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Not for profit hospitals get huge deals from the government if they agree to do some gratis work in the community they are located. Their books show that money coming in is used for payroll, improvements, and additions. A little extra book work for big benefits.

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Absolutely.

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Hospice is often a sanitized comforting form of euthanizing via water and food deprivation and pain killing administration. Why NOT just legalize it and end the pretend means to the same end? I'm not saying it's evil nor that we just give a family member a prescription to administer it; just a cautionary commentary and a rhetorical question. It's something most all of us must confront and proceed through. Perhaps in the whole of humanity's history we are at the very BEST place for this? I wrestle some however. I don't have THE answer but don't suggest that really anyone does i just recoiled some with the pat answers and conversations from the hospice center employee(s). But i wouldn't desire that occupation as a full time long term career either.

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It may seem to be just that but when a person is dying they don’t need to eat. Even when a person dies at home they aren’t interested in food. My mom died in hospice. A couple of weeks before she went to hospice she had no interest in food. In hospice, fluids were provided intravenously along with pain meds and undoubtedly sedatives to ease the anxiety. My BIL died at home using hospice and without the pain meds it would have been horrible to deal with for my SIL. My uncle is at home now with hospice and while he’s still able to eat he has no appetite. He’s been supplied with pain meds when he needs them but is not looking forward to “needing” them. While we all will suffer to a lesser or greater degree, it seems only humane to ease the pain and passage of our loved ones. I’m thankful I didn’t have to see my mom writhing in pain.

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Interesting, because my SIL told my MIL on the way to Hospice that this was it, there was no coming out again. My MIL was super thin, but her main problem was from a stroke she had years before and she could not really speak coherently. It took her two weeks to die and they said she was not allowed food or drink, although they did swipe a moist sponge on a stick through her mouth once in a while. My hubby and sisters sat there and sang and held her hand and thought it was all fine. I had to leave, I could not witness the long slow (and what must have been angonizing internally) death march. I feel to this day it was planned and sanctioned societal murder. Horrifying.

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Amen, it's an internal struggle of my own coming to terms with the entirety of the process and the systems we've instituted along with it; watching a loved one decline and suffer and being unable to help is a difficult reality.

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WP William - have you ever helped a loved one die at home?

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i'm not applying anything universally; assisting in the dying/exiting process is noble especially when immediate and loving family is involved. Yes it's not a pretty or peaceful process esp with pain and suffering and the nonstop attention and care required

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‘I experienced this with an estranged, troubled destitute brother who had sustained a suspicious (to me) head wound. I arrived at the hospital to find him totally unresponsive due to morphine that was given anytime he made a move or sound. No water or food. He lived several days beyond the projected time of death. It killed me to see him this way.

But apparently there are different levels of hospice, due to one’s means I suppose. A fairly well off Priest that I know was declared to have gone into hospice care about 4 months ago and is yet alive. Obviously he receives nutrition and water. And people have visited him and he was fairly lucid.

The whole process is very disturbing to me. Particularly that it seems to be different for different classes of people.

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some "patients" in this situation seem to cry out for their end while others seem to cry out to not want to be terminated in this fashion; it's not our realm of expertise so we tend to relinquish oversight and control to those who express kindness sympathy and the professional answers that dismiss our fears and questions and disarm our objections

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My Grandma said that about hospitals!

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Thank you, San. I am so angry. He was a fit 73 year old man who was very proactive about his health because he’s the sole caregiver for his disabled wife. I don’t know what will happen to her now because she’s incapable of living on her own. I’m 1,000 miles away so there’s not much I can do, especially since I refuse to fly with vaxxed pilots.

Good to hear you saved your mom from surgery trauma. My sister is a (now retired) nurse. She told me decades ago, “Don’t go to a surgeon unless you want surgery.”

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💔

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San, you write: "thankfully I had the presence of mind to stand firm for less invasive procedures". Unfortunately the way the system works now, unless you have an advocate in your corner who can stand up to the doctors you are done. I am thankful that two years ago my wife was able to argue in my favor when I was in hospital for an operation.

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Peter - you are sooo right- I became her advocate for 27 years. Thankful for anyone who is an advocate for better healthcare for their family or friends. Lord knows - they are so crucial nowadays

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I'm so sorry. Whatever happened to their mantra first do no harm?

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'do no harm to their bank account'

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They took the Hippocritic Oath😂

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That went out the window a while ago. All about the money and following orders.

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They left out the “no.”

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My 1st thought about D’Souza whose no problem disfiguring children for a false narrative built around a mental illness of gender dysphoria. With the right support with this disorder, we can keep these kids healthy and prevent suicidal ideation.

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Great idea Chelie but follow the money. That's the mantra.

Later Jay

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Depends on one’s definition of “harm.”

To them, everything has risks and benefits. They alleged that the risks were small and the benefit of not having a potentially cancerous tumor was immense. To them, this death is sad and unfortunate, but a very unfortunate risk that one must be willing to accept while hoping for a good outcome.

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That's awful. My thoughts and prayers 🙏 to you and your family. ❤️

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My daughter agreed to exploratory surgery after years of constant kidney issues. The urologist( who was there also) offered to take out an atrophied kidney ( that was still functioning) and “ clean up” her other kidney. These people are monsters. And whatever happened to DO NO HARM.

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Horrid. So sorry Dee.

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I am so sorry! Medical malpractice (which comes in MANY forms) seems to be the #1 cause of death in our country. So very sad.

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modern med unfortunately is all about overtreating everything. A cold does not need a doctor, if you are desperate enough and still go, the cold that heals in a week will take a month or more to heal, and you will end up bedridden on antibiotics. Had a friend suffer it out like that.

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Antibiotics! So, back when I was a youngster, under the age of 5, I suffered from recurring tonsillitis. I’m sure I received lots of penicillin but the ear and throat infections were endless. Finally, our family doctor suggested I have a tonsillectomy. Tonsils and maybe adenoids were removed. Since that time I have never had a serious sore throat or ear infection. The doctor did not up my prescriptions or suggest tubes in my ears. He just yanked out the whole shebang. I am almost 73 years old and have been mostly healthy since 1956 when I had what used to be a common childhood surgery. It seems that now days doctors very seldom recommend tonsillectomies. Could it be that they are relying heavily on antibiotics? Anyone have any thoughts on this? Am I crazy?

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My daughter had recurrent tonsillitis and strep throat. We think sleep apnea too. We had her tonsils and adenoids taken out a few months ago. I hope we did the right thing. Your story gives me hope! Ps Kids still get their tonsils taken out regularly.

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I would be interested to know how your daughter's health changes, for better or worse. I remember vividly being very ill with almost chronic sore throats. I never attended kindergarten because I was always so sick. Since the tonsillectomy I have been pretty darned healthy. I had all the childhood illnesses (measles, mumps, chicken pox) and I've had colds and the flu a couple of times but no more tonsillitis or ear infections. I hope your daughter has the same results.

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I really hope so, too. Kids do still get tonsils out but not like when I was a kid. The doctor advised my mom to have my tonsils out and, while he was at it, he also yanked out my little sister’s tonsils. 2 for the price of one!

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I think in the US they still remove the tonsils. I was in Belgium, had the tonsils peeled but not removed, with the same effect. I read somewhere that tonsils keep allergies at bay. So I am glad I still have mine. 12 years ago I had tonsillitis probably from driving in an overheated car with my mouth open! Only had it once and lasted only a couple days, yes, with antibiotics, because the herbal treatments don't seem to work for that. I also seem to have had quite a few ear infections but was not even 4 when they did the surgery and do not remember. A cousin about 30 had hers removed in Belgium this winter and said it is the worst pain she ever had, and she has undergone several surgeries already, throat is one big open oozing wound. Surgery at adult age is quite dangerous

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When I was a kid in the 1950s, getting tonsils removed was almost a fad, as I look back at it. It seems like half the kids I knew had them out at some point in the 6 to 12 age range. I always thought it was odd. Thank goodness I never succumbed to that!

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That sounds horrible. Glad I had it done while I still healed quickly. I have had very few allergies. Mostly poison ivy and various insects and mites (like chiggers!)

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glad you excaped the allergies. I get lots of insect bites, mostly mosquitoes and horseflies, and some smaller insects, spiders and ants. Friends think I eat too much sugar LOL that I must smell sweet. Chiggers and fleas do not bite me, and so far so good with the poison ivy. Yes we were lucky we have barely a memory of the whole surgery. In fact all I remember is they gave me lots of ice cream!

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That’s so funny! That’s what I remember most, too (and applesauce).

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BINGO!

Oftentimes, quality of life involves not knowing every little thing that's going on inside you.

Let your body take care of itself. Just help it by giving it the basics--and by minimizing unnecessary medical stress.

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I’m starting to live more and more like my grandmother. I wish I’d paid more attention as a youngster when I she tried to teach me things. I saw an interview in which a Native American was lamenting the loss of her culture and she said that it only takes 2 generations for knowledge to be lost. That is so true. How did people survive 3,000 years ago without medical interventions. And we tend to think that they were sickly and had poor quality of life but look around , do we look healthy?

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Write down what you can remember from your grandmother. Ask others who knew her, if they are still around.

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best advise anyone can get. Medical mistakes are the #2 cause of death in the US. Truth be told, most of the cancer deaths are doctor induced, and many of the heart deaths. So, what I am saying is by far the leading cause of death in this country is doctors, incredible though it may seem.

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Cancer comes and goes....if they see it during a test, you're down for major medical intervention. Eating a diet rich in sugar will cause cancer to show up in tests especially if sugar is eaten night before, but if you fast and starve the sugar, the cancer likely won't be picked up! It's diet people!

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I’m 80. I learned some years ago to only buy what’s sold around the outside walls of the super market. Do not shop up and down the aisles. That is where the poison is sold. Otherwise known as processed foods.

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And buy what is around the walls as well. Most fruits and vegetables, cheeses, yogurt, etc., are around the walls.

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Unfortunately now bill gates is also poisoning the organic fruit w “a peel”

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I agree with you 100%. Plus all the processed foods. I stopped eating all desserts last year & honestly this is the best I ever felt!

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Yes! I used to use a lot of sugar in my coffee, cut it by 3/4 and I'm am abslutely shocked at how I feel. Soon I'll be down to zero sugar!

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I really need to make this a goal for myself. My husband gave up sugar in his coffee a few Lents ago and he says he doesn't miss it at all.

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The first day was weird. I absolutely love my coffee but by cutting the sugar I didn't even crave the second cup. By the time I cut the sugar down to a 1/4 of my normal, I started to love my second and third cup again. The first 3 days was the worst and now I can't imagine what it would taste like if I went back to my old sugar amount. I'd probably gag...LOL

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Way to go!!! I cut sugar out of my coffee years ago. You won’t miss it I promise! Keep up the great work as you’ll only start to feel more better!

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Quick! I need a dermatologist who doesn't blindly follow the protocols. I went to a local doc because of a suspicious spot on my cheek. I was told it was not cancer, then the doctor looked at my face using what appeared to be a simple flashlight, and found two spots on my nose. They were biopsied and said to be squamous cell cancer. I am supposed to have MOHS surgery on June 9 to remove these invisible cancer spots. In the past I would have accepted this without question, but after covid, I can't help but wonder if the doctor is following a protocol which may not make any sense. On the other hand, if I ignore it and it gets bigger, maybe even visible, I will have bigger scars when it is removed.

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Anne: ask friends for a holistic dermatologist and get a second opinion from that doc! That's my best advice - I pray you get just what you need to calm your fear and help you to think CLEARLY. PRAY without ceasing also - that's my REALLY best advice!

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Thank you! I am a follower of Christ, so I am praying. Your response might be one of the answers to my prayer.

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Do keep us all posted on your journey through this "valley" experience, Anne---we're all "family" here at C & C Army!!

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We need more Holistic doctors. If people know of them, they need to share that information with others. Many would even travel a distance to see them.

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For now, I believe Ann should get a second opinion from a dermatologist that is recommended to her by a friend or family member that she trusts. There ARE directories online that she can check for "holistic MD's" and "naturopathic physicians"...I've done that myself and they're very comprehensive.

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Robin Openshaw has an article about black goo which her grandmother used to use and that she has successfully used on skin cancers. She has a substack.

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Just checked 'black salve'--find that we MUST NOT use it on skin ---it's corrosive (and doctor med treatments are not damaging?) especially, we must not use it for skin cancers. Sounds to me like the FDA admitting that it works effectively for that purpose. And to my delight--the main ingredient is bloodroot---two plants of which I set out in my garden a year ago.

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Sounds like ‘bloodroot’. I used this on a very old big beloved dog who developed a lot of ugly tags/warts. Vet didn’t really recommend surgery given his advanced age, but drew up a plan and it would have cost $1,400.

I did research, found bloodroot (Native American remedy) and it worked wonders. Restored him to his handsome self for the last couple of years. He so enjoyed all the ladies stopping to say how ‘beautiful’ he was! Indiana Jones was a one of a kind canine.

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yes--her 'black salve'--though I think she didn't state what it was composed of (I was looking for that info)

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She did not state what it was, but there is a link to purchase it.

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That’s a tough choice. My husband had a small spot on his nose. It was biopsied and came back as basal cell. The dermatologist told him he needed Mohs surgery. Of course, she used the C word which scared him into doing it. By the time of the surgery, you couldn’t even see where it had been. There was no way I could talk him out of going through with it because he was frightened by the “cancer” diagnosis. The Mohs surgery took all day and I was appalled at how they butchered his nose. He looked disfigured. I’ve since read that some dermatologists don’t do Mohs unless it comes back.

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Mother's dermatologist removed basal cell first and then after reoccurrence sent her for Moh's. This dermatologist works for an independent practice. The hospital-affiliated practices seem much more eager to pu$h $surgical procedure$$$$.

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Yup, this was a Mayo Clinic dermatologist.

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Yep. Ran into the same thing with the eye Dr. When we switched to the independent practice the eye $urgery does not seem so urgent.

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My mom had a spot on her cheek when she was in her late 80s, and it just wouldn't totally heal and go away, and then it sometimes bled a bit too. Her doctor at Kaiser just brushed it off as a big nothing. Finally my sister and I accompanied her to a doctor visit and demanded they more seriously check it out. Turned out it was cancer, and she got the Mohs surgery from a doctor who was actually quite wonderful. We sat in the room with her while he did the surgery, and we watched it. By 6 to 8 months later you couldn't tell she had had the surgery, there was no scar at all.

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During a MOHS procedure the surgeon removes thin layers of skin one layer at a time, and examines each layer under a microscope to determine if any cancer remains. This procedure continues until only cancer-free tissue remains.

Good your M.D. was meticulous and found the spots. I wish you well !

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Well, first of all, you can reschedule the surgery. The spots aren’t going to grow that fast, most likely.

That gives you time to read, research, and get a second or third opinion.

You say it is currently invisible? I would definitely do some research and see if you can find out how many of these invisible spots eventually become visible. And over what period of time? How do they KNOW that these invisible spots don’t come and go all the time?

I’m not saying they do or don’t. I have no idea. But after the last three years, I would press the pause button to ask some questions.

Check out Thomas Seyfried’s work with ketogenic diets and cancer. And Tucker Goodrich’s work discussing vegetable oils and cancer, specifically skin cancer. Maybe with diet you can change this. And by all means please don’t use chemical sunscreens. 🙏🏻

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I think I will reschedule. How do they know what to cut if it can't be seen??? Maybe I'm stupid, but it doesn't make sense to me. When I had endometrial cancer 15 years ago I was told I needed chemo, but not radiation. Then, at my last chemo appointment, the oncologist recommended radiation. I prayed and researched and decided against it. The radiation oncologist told me if I did not undergo radiation and the cancer came back, I would die. I took my chances and here I am, doing fine as far as I know. The fact that I had cancer is actually one reason I didn't get the covid jab. I heard early on about incidences of people in remission having a recurrence.

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I've had both basal and squamous cell carcinomas removed so many times I've lost count, but the only one that left an ugly scar was the one done with the MOHS procedure, and it took hours. That one was a squamous cell and so tiny I had to really try hard to see it. I wish I had it cut out, or even burned off instead, but the dermatologist swore it was my best option. No, it wasn't. It was their most lucrative option. I will not ever go that route again. Whatever option you choose just know that they check for clean margins always when cutting it out to make sure it's all gone. With MOHS, they take as little as possible until they get clean margins, therefore their claims of it being the better choice. Bologna! On my left forearm and hand I've had 2 squamous and I belive 5 basal removed, all surgically and 1 was MOHS. The MOHS is the only one that left a scar. That's just my hand and forearm. Also, most dermatologist have a reconstructive surgeon that works with them. I highly recommend you go that route as the dermatologist is only going to cut it to remove it. A good one will use a cosmetic surgeon to close up, at least.

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Interesting. My ex had MOHS done on his face but no clean margins. He is now undergoing chemo for the “skin cancer”. SMH. Of course he is well jabbed… 🙄

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I'm so sorry to hear that. I will pray for his complete healing from both the cancer and the jabs.

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Look into bloodroot tinctures or salves. You have to do your own research, but you can find them on Etsy.

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Look into vitamin c and frankincense oil

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I had a spot on my nose that would heal and then come back. Delt with it for a couple of years. Last yr showed my dermatologist and she just froze it. It hasn't come back.

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Maybe AI is the reason tptb didn't care how many medical staff die from the shots. They are replaceable to them. Useful idiots.

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AI definitely cannot replace good doctoring, which is super-rare these days anyway.

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All of our specialists (that we’ve had for 25+ years) have retired in these last 3 years. I was also forced to find a new PCP (after 20+ years) and after what I experienced during the summer of Covid 2020...I have very little faith in the medical system...in fact, I’m quite skeptical and leery all together. Hospitals (once a place of healing and care) are now places to be feared and avoided. It’s sad that this our medical system in America! Don’t even get me started on the education system, the financial system, the legal system, etc...I could write a book lol!

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Agree. Rare.

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I think you are absolutely right! We would be obsolete if the evil ones succeed. They won’t.

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Indeed. I get these life-screening adverts in the mail (you’ve seen them) that peddle the idea that getting yourself screened before you have any symptoms will put you ahead of the game in diagnosing and applying remedies beforehand. Well, catching cancer early on is definitely a big plus. But, according to my doc who insisted I never fall for it over 10 years ago, you might get false-positive readings that may take you down an emotional rabbit-hole, not to mention a costly one. May we be blessed with discernment.

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Oh yeah, that Lifeline traveling circus crap. So many people that I know fall for it! It’s a money-making bunch of hooey.

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I walked away from the medical establishment with supposedly "manageable but incurable" cancer. And I'm just fine. Hmmmm....

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Like all the lovely people walking around who survived recommendations that they be aborted. My wonderful 22 year old grandson is one of them.

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Excessive PCR cycles yield positive, get ur dadgum jabs NOW!! No, thanks to all those pre symptomatic tests.

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I read on the Cochrane site years ago that cancer cells come come and go in our bodies with some regularity. Linus Pauling cured advanced cancers with vitamin C. The Banerji's in India cure cancer with ayurvedic therapies. Electromagnetic radiation can exacerbate cancer.

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MRI'S primarily utilize ionizing radiation and, are therefore, cancer-causing/accelerating.

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MRIs do not use ionizing radiation. You may be thinking of CT scans.

https://www.nibib.nih.gov/science-education/science-topics/magnetic-resonance-imaging-mri

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Just part of the plan to cull the population

There's a plan to murder 95% of the global population.

Start taking some redpills and doing your own homework by searching the following in duckduckgo.com or presearch.com:

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catching cancer early means you are a bigger money maker for big pharma. they can get you on cancer drugs that kill you earlier.

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Agree. Also, cancer is a metabolic disease that is actually often cured with diet and lifestyle changes, though it needs to be caught early. Beyond that in our cancer journey(that we are still on) has uncovered the subjective nature of 'pathology' and how inaccurate they are. Even with a 50% inaccuracy (our doctor has admitted this to us several times), these tests are what often drives the flowchart of what 'care' you are offered. I personally know people who have had life altering surgery to later find out that the 'mass' was benign! Be very wary of the 'Standard of Care' and do your research.

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A young man who is a friend of my son in law had his health destroyed when they took out his entire thyroid because there was a ‘spot’ on it. Which was benign. 😡

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That is ridiculous, of course. I am sorry for him! The more we experience, and are exposed to the field of medicine, the more sorcery we see. :(

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It's worse than that. Many cancers / tumors are killed by the body before they ever get to be a problem. This is especially true with lumps in the breast.

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Excellent point! Also, attitude and outlook are important to our quality of life. Can you imagine knowing you have a non-aggressive cancer that could potentially turn cancerous? I'd feel as if I were a ticking time-bomb which would put my mind and body in a continual state of anxiety and stress--that couldn't be good for any ailment.

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Jeff as a pastor I have found that pride events evoke a wide range of emotions. To add to all this 31% of evangelicals support pride events and think it's time to change Christian ethics on this topic. They say Jesus would be marching with them waving a rainbow flag. They use the line that Jesus dined with sinners. The problem is they miss the point that Jesus met people where they were at but never participated in the sin. We are all sinners in need of God's grace. God abhors all sin.

The only difference is as a Christian we call on the Holy Spirit to help us overcome our sinfulness, we don't have parade to celebrate it. I love everyone and everyone is welcome in the church once you accept Christ you are supposed to sever ways with the old life an begin a new. Pastors have spent so much time shouting GRACE but whispering repentance. Saved by God's grace is true but we must repent and put down our wicked ways. Loving someone means showing them they are taking a path of self-destruction.

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Dennis, I believe many evangelicals (and Catholics) have cleaved Jesus' instructions into two parts, and discarded the one which is harder to follow. Dozens of times, our Lord spoke to sinners, saying "You are forgiven" (part one). "Now go and sin no more" (part two, the hard part). Certain pastors have discovered they can increase the size of their congregations by omitting part two. And we all know that head count defines pastoral success, don't we ....

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Exactly. A lefty person I know tried to use part 1 on me, and when I followed up with part 2 she didn't have anything else to say.

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The Word is PERFECT and sharper than any "two edged sword"!! SO SAITH "THE WORD".

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For most pastors the answer is to your question is yes. I'm called to make disciples. I am very blessed to lead a church not focused on membership but focused on serving the Lord. I remind people that the Bible doesn't say anything about being a member of a church. It's an Ekklēsia .

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Our pastors and our church's growth both prove the truth of your statement. When the word is truthfully, clearly, boldly preached, the Lord provides the (congregational) increase. Sola scriptura.

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Yes, and Jesus didn’t come to give us a religion.

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a calling out

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Jesus alone had/has the power to save those who He knew before the beginning. We have no such power but to point them to Him. Sin kills, eternally. God hates those who despise His Word His way.

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Are many just starting to say that deviant sexual practice is not sin? So just ignore it? Really asking your opinion because I don’t know.

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There are stories across the internet of churches, many of which are ELCA or PC (USA) or Anglican or evangelical nondenominational, affirming "gay but not acted on" sexuality. Some have gone so far as to employ pastors who hew to that line. "Being homosexual is fine just so long as you do not act on your impulses". This fits into the broader definition of "carnal Christianity", wherein sinners take cover under Jesus' overarching forgiveness, but ignore His commands to repent and sin no more. From what four PCA pastors tell me, this is a growing trend - mainly in American and UK churches. But it does not end there.

The blessing of openly homosexual unions are openly dividing the Anglicans: https://religionnews.com/2023/02/16/we-cannot-walk-with-you-unless-you-repent-african-archbishops-tell-church-of-england/

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That church has been infiltrated.

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Sadly, the Catholic Church may have started that. They say you may not be able to not have same sex attraction, but it is a sin to act on it.

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Look forward to responses here.

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I’ve seen it claimed that the Bible statements in regards to perverted sex are now disproven by SCIENCE. Like the inspired writers (and the inspiration from God) were ignorant and now we know better.

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@47Yinzer “Dennis, I believe many evangelicals (and Catholics) have cleaved Jesus' instructions into two parts, and discarded the one which is harder to follow.” I would posit it’s a problem that *all* believers can fall prey to, not just evangelicals and Catholics. Is there a reason why you think those two categories are more prone to that?

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All *can* fall prey, but not *all* do so readily. Many congregations in the named denominations have made public statements supporting "carnal Christianity". Many ELCA and Anglican churches in the USA are bleeding membership. There are many comments posted by those members who fled to congregations that proclaim open belief in sola scriptura. I could introduce you to a few of these good folks up here in the Appalachian mountains of Georgia.

Listen to preaching online from pastors in various denominations. You decide who is cherry-picking the gospel.

Either it is all true as the divinely breathed word of God, or none of it is true. Fallen men do not have the luxury of abiding just by the easy commands and covenants.

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Huh--the narrow path is too tight to get into

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They probably got vaxxed too.

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Liberals always love to tell the story of how Jesus stopped the woman caught in prostitution from being stoned. They never repeat his final words to her: "Go and sin no more."

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But Jesus "never participated in the sin." Perfect.

And I doubt he encouraged it much, either.

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“Pride is a sin that affects all people and has been the cause of tremendous misery throughout human history.2 It is delusional, spiteful, and bitter, and at its root, it declares that "I don't want God to be God.0 I want to be God!" Pride becomes sinful when it is excessively self-focused and self-elevating, the opposite of the virtue of humility, which is the appropriate posture people ought to have with God. According to the Bible, pride becomes sinful when it is excessively self-focused and self-elevating.”

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So "Pride Month" is really about advertising/celebrating/broadcasting sin, even if it's only the sin of pride.

Interesting. I think I'll wear black all month in protest of sin.

God's in charge of the real rainbows, anyway.

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The very idea that they use the rainbow as a symbol is an intentional mockery of God’s promise to humanity.

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I’ve got to borrow this from another commenter.

“There is a reason the LGBTQ+ community is using the rainbow as their symbol. Blasphemy is their bread and butter. Not only that, but the intention from this symbolism is to transform the world, on their terms this time, into a gender-less, Godless, wicked society. They covet and strive to birth unnatural abominations into this world and to normalize them as an affront to the creator because they hate God with a burning passion.”

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This is a spiritual battle… we all know who wins .

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I witnessed the most beautifully vivid rainbow yesterday evening; truly magnificent!

The rainbow flag(s) are more repugnant than a pile of manure or a puddle of vomit

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Yup. Couldn't have said it any better.

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“Pride goes before destruction

and a haughty spirit before a fall”

Proverbs 16:18

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Maybe we need flags and banners with that passage on them to display during the month of June 🤔

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We could even put rainbows on them 😬

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts! I agree with you 💯! Christians are to be set apart not embracing sin. We are all sinners in need of forgiveness but the sin needs to recognized as sin against our Holy and righteous God!

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And repentance includes the sincere desire and effort to sin no more.

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Flaunting sexuality in public to get your rocks off is objectifying all of us! Just stop it! The teacher instructing students on sexual pleasuring is perversely pleasured and receiving taxpayer dollars for it! Just stop it! Stop all of it! Parents need to start parenting and so do grandparents.

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"Jesus met people where they were at but never participated in the sin."

Excellent point!

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