As Dr. Ryan Cole, MD, so often states: “You cannot find that for which you do not look.” Corollary: “These are not the droids you are looking for.”

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May 26, 2022·edited May 26, 2022

If I understand this article, the DOD hires new recruits every year for hara-kiri rituals but tells them that they are serving their country!!!

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DOD doesn't just experiment on their troops but the children also. Got the first measles vaccine in 1963 when my dad was transferring to Paris, France. Didn't do a damn bit of good since France didn't use measles vaccine until 1967 and I had both kinds in 1966!

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Before the Gulf War Syndrome in 1991, I was always on the impression that the DOD was protecting the lives of its soldiers. That experience changed my view 180 degrees when they refused to even admit that the 250K affected US soldiers and 33K UK soldiers had anything to do with their deployment to Iraq or the Anthrax vaccine. Some soldiers got the Anthrax vaccines and were not deployed and still got the Gulf War Syndrome. Meaning that the DOD teamed up with the Drugs Industrial Complex (DIC) to test toxins on its soldiers.

It's really up to the population to wake up and refuse joining the military.

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No, it's time to speak up loud and strong in the streets.

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As far as I can tell, nobody has protested the below Covid-19 quackcines atrocities in the military.

Based on data from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), Renz

reported that these whistleblowers found a significant increase in registered diagnoses on DMED for miscarriages, cancer, and many other medical conditions in 2021 compared to a five-year average from 2016-2020.2 For example, at the roundtable Renz stated that registered diagnoses for neurological issues increased 10 times from a five-year average of 82,000 to 863,000 in 2021. 3 There were also increases in registered diagnoses in 2021 for the following medical conditions:4

 Hypertension – 2,181% increase

 Diseases of the nervous system – 1,048% increase

 Malignant neoplasms of esophagus – 894% increase

 Multiple sclerosis – 680% increase

 Malignant neoplasms of digestive organs – 624% increase

 Guillain-Barre syndrome – 551% increase

 Breast cancer – 487% increase

 Demyelinating – 487% increase

 Malignant neoplasms of thyroid and other endocrine glands – 474% increase

 Female infertility – 472% increase

 Pulmonary embolism – 468% increase

 Migraines – 452% increase

 Ovarian dysfunction – 437% increase

 Testicular cancer – 369% increase

 Tachycardia – 302% increase


1) Senate letter to DOD: https://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/services/files/FB6DDD42-4755-4FDC-BEE9-50E402911E02

2) https://youtu.be/ciuRLFLoLL0

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Military is barred from protests. Civilians have to do the heavy lifting. You know, like the truckers did.

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I thought they also had representatives in the Congress and Senate who vote for the $800 Billion annual DODO budget. So, the soldiers' safety doesn't matter in the Congress?

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Compilation of *145* Case Reports of Vaccine Related Myo/Pericarditis & Other Cardiac Injuries


This one wasn't included (wasn't sure if there was crossover between their retrospective data collection and case reports), but found 140 cases/139 patients/26 hospitals // 49 confirmed/91 'probable' (one patient had 2 incidents of myo):

Clinically Suspected Myocarditis Temporally Related to COVID-19 Vaccination in Adolescents and Young Adults: Suspected Myocarditis After COVID-19 Vaccination


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“5 soldiers or 0.046% (about 1 in 216 vaccine recipients) developed a clinical case of myo or pericarditis. This is over 200 times the expected rate!”

Minor point (I frequently make this mistake): 5/1081 = .004625 = .46%

If my arithmetic skills are holding up today.

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I know a few who were able to get cleared from this particular one. Another told me he didn’t take a shot. It was a fluid and kept it in his mouth til he could spit it out.

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This is yet another good reason not to enlist in the military.

I grew up on USMC and navy bases during the Vietnam war and had made up my mind by the age of 13 to never be in the military.

Military machines have had thousands of years to hone their game of taking stron, intellectually and emotionally immature young males, appealing to their many wants and needs, including idealism, and then mutating them into part of a massive and cruel killing machine.

When they get home from war, people are trained to treat them as heroes, so they are not supposed to talk about how they got PTSD from killing the 10 year old boy who was running ammunition to his big brother in the sniper-nest in Iraq.

Never tell..

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Many of us had smallpox vaccinations as children but never heard of the extent of this before. Would myocarditis be more likely in young male recruits than in children?

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1 in 216 is 0.46%, not 0.046%

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My mother died earlier this year. Only seventy two. She had many chronic illnesses, CHF was the one that ruined the last ten year of her life.

She had three bad scars from smallpox inoculation all her life.

She had stinging sensations in her arms all her life, after the inoculation against the smallpox, as a child. Did they put three inoculations in her? She did have two scars on one arm and one scar in the other. Why three doses?

She had a very bad case of measles *after* the same inoculation, she did tell me a few years ago.

She had a very bad case of myopia as a consequence of the "measles", or so said an ophthalmologist. She also had a few autoimmune disorders that limited her life. She thought that "pain" was normal. She commented once, watching a marathon on TV "I have never understood how people can do so much exercise, that must be very painful". She was always running a marathon.

At one point she had acute pancreatitis and hepatitis. Her gall bladder was surgically removed, and she got better.

She then went on to lose all the cartilage on her knees, I think due to heavy use of diclofenac. She used omeprazole for many years, was the Congestive Heart Failure caused by omeprazole?

I wonder if she would be alive and with better health had she not being subjected to smallpox inoculation.

She did not attribute her many ailments to the smallpox inoculation. I do not know what to think. I just relate the events.

I miss her a lot.

As a consolation, at least I could protect her from covid inoculations. That has cost me a lot emotionally, but protecting her from this crap has been the best thing I've done in my life. I'm sorry that other people could not help their parents to make the right decision. I am no better than them, I just got lucky that she was already very ill and no one pressured her too much. What a stupid idea to push vaccines on terminal patients. We have lost all respect, and we must recover respect whatever it takes.

My mother spent the last two years of her life without true medical attention. Emergency doctors were not the kind of care she needed. I pray that medical doctors stop their collaboration with evil.

Did my mom live with myocarditis for the six decades she lived after smallpox inoculation? I doubt it. But myocardiocytes are not the only type of cells that can be damaged, leaving lifelong sequela.

Sorry I dumped all that here.

I wish there earlier generations of Medical Doctors had had the time and knowledge to carefully record all the side effects of the smallpox campaign. Not having that historical data is hurting us. Ignorance kills! Stop the censorship!

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May 27, 2022·edited May 27, 2022

It might be prudent to ask why the military is still vaccinating for smallpox. Could it be that they are afraid someone else has smallpox stocks and might release them in a war?

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Thank you for the work you do, very much appreciated.

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IMHO, you should get on Gab to help get your messages out.

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Thank you for all you do!

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