A united front action would be good. If you are in the US should you write to Andy Biggs? As of this moment I’m a registered Republican. I don’t know if that would make a difference.

Because I am I’m on FB with a local state delegate whom I can talk to directly. What should I send her?

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Thank you so much for this evening (My Greece time zone) Zoom meeting. Truly appreciated the face to face. Massive thanks.

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It is unfortunate that zoom is an advertised WEF partnered organization.


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Just wondering what is the utility if knowing what's going to happen when our own representatives are ignoring us? If we go to the streets and to protest and refuse to burn down homes and businesses of the poor and African American. The Police pepper spray and beat us for wanting a secure America for ALL.

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Hi James,

I was on your earlier spaces today and enjoyed it very much. I have a question. You mentioned Trump had given Gavi a ton of money and that he was involved in the IHR amendments that Biden inherited them as well as most republicans in his admin applauded them. Do you have where I can go to learn more about that?? If that’s true we have really big issues. Most think Trumps a good guy but if this is true he can’t be. For me this was like you dropped the final bomb for me. My spidey senses have been tingling for awhile now with Trump. I need to verify this for myself.


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I don't have medical expertise, but I will attend and offer whatever help I can. Thank you for your dedication to truth and action.

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Keep up the good work James, and everyone else fighting this battle.

Countries need their own autonomy in relation to health,

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Screw the WHO, I love that one.

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A Letter to a Generation -- REMEMBER MARIO SAVIO?

The current horrors will not be stopped by politicians and/or lawyers. Those efforts were tried unsuccessfully during the Vietnam era, which you may be too young to remember. They will never work today despite thoughtful analytical essays, websites, petitions, conferences, etc.

Here is a little history from a guy turning 90 this year. There was a "dress rehersal" for Vietnam around 20 years earlier in Korea that somewhat affected my own life. All "civilized" efforts and actions to stop the massive bloodshed in Vietnam failed utterly. Jim Rhodes, Ohio's State Auditor, for whom I saved a Sunday NY Times (where I worked on weekends at Cole's Pharmacy in north Columbus, Ohio) after moving up from Auditor to becoming Ohio's governor, called out the Ohio National Guard that shot and killed 4 students, wounding eight or nine others, at Kent State University where there was a small anti-war demonstration.

Believe it or not, the public was overwhelmingly against the students, not the Guard. The war went on. The famous Peace Symbol was viewed as despicable. Given that atmosphere, how in heck could that war be brought to an end? But it was.

College students held military draft cards. When any war protest arose they were happy to support it. Many fled to Canada to avoid being drafted and sent to the jungles of Vietnam. The antiwar protest was a campus centered thing. Starting at the Univ. of Wisconsin, it spread to the large state colleges, and then to Berkeley in CA, Columbia in NYC, and elsewhere. Christian clerics became outspoken protesters, throwing animal blood around a draft board office. People chained themselves to columns of government bldgs in DC, riots erupted and violence (against property, not humans) erupted throughout the country.

That is what was required to finally stop the war. VIOLENCE AND LOTS OF IT. I left my job, taking earned vacation time in NYC to return to my college (Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio), growing a ponytail, and joined the kids. There used to be a photo of me online with a burning police car in the background (maybe it is still there, I might search for it). Of course, nice conservative Americans were horrified and unsupportive. BUT IT STOPPED THE WAR. Here is how:

Every year a bill came up in Congress to fund the war. It was euphemistically titled something like "funding for aid to South Vietnam". Guess what! When then President Ford sent it back for signing, he was shocked and amazed that the politicians (although compromized as ever) declined to sign it and there was no more money to continue the war. Simple as that.

You might wonder, why did the guys in Congress not sign the bill, as usual? Here is the simple reason: THEY WERE TERRIFIED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES IF THEY SIGNED IT. Their hometowns were partially ablaze. We did that. VIOLENCE STOPPED THE BLOODSHED, not philosophy, peace marches, essays (The NY Review of Books had great anti-war articles by Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, and others), not car signs, T-shirts, etc. Without the VIOLENCE who knows how much further and longer the Pentagon's war chiefs, the CIA, and the U.S. Congress would have gone even after more than fifty thousand young men had been killed and tens of thousands more injured and crippled in other ways.

Ruling war-mongers and supporting corporations were getting richer. Since then it has been disclosed that U.S. corporations, supported by their bankers, made and financed equipment for the enemy that killed U.S. troops, just as they had done during WW2. (If you require confirmation, read the research of Antony Sutton (www.bigeye.org/antonysutton.htm), who was attacked by the IRS (which is in the picture today, as usual).

We don't need petitions, a vote, lawsuits, etc. More talk, in fact, just encourages the bastards, letting them know that all is well for them. We need to do the job through online recruitment and positive action regardless of what others think or say. There are enough persons using the internet today that when this program becomes unacceptable to the usual suspects we will have provided the seeds for massive organized resistance. Perhaps violence (against property only) will be unnecessary. However, remember the Vietnam era. Look up the speech by Mario Savio in California. It is applicable again today.

Young Americans came together, Whites, Blacks, Jews, Gentiles, Hispanics, Asians, etc. Those who valued laws, encoded in our U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights, confirmed the fundamental rights given to us, not from any government, but that come from God, "to institute new Government" when necessary by assembling in justifiable anger. An upcoming civil-rights movement was supported by many former Vietnam war protesters who had learned to come together for the purpose of compelling persons in authority to take heed.

There is a difference between cops who try to protect property and those who find an opportunity to beat up angry citizens. These are again "the times that try mens' souls". We MUST respond in numbers, defending ourselves when necessary, for our own lives as well as for the lives of our companions, our children, their children and for future generations, not only on this continent but throughout the world.

Note: Just so you don't have to look it up, here are Mario Savio's closing remarks:

There is a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can't take part; you can't even passively take part, and you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you've got to make it stop. And you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it, that unless you're free, the machine will be prevented from working at all!

Are YOU going to help us? Study and broadcast these two sites:

newswatch.org and www.bigeye.org/internet.htm

Let the Internet Fix America!

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Can I send you my book and get your feedback?

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Ok maybe I got the times wrong. I thought the 1st one was around 12noon for Pacific and then 7pm for the 2nd one. I am wanting the time for NZ time zone.

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Jan 31Liked by James Roguski

Is the daily zoom 1st meeting on today?

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Jan 30Liked by James Roguski

James have you thought about doing a spaces?? Spontaneous or planned??

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Hard to believe any nurse will recommend shots after seeing first hand all injuries and sudden unexplained death. In the end, we will have to say NO to the tyrannts.

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The WHO’s definition of health is “death and slavery for all.”

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