Famous Democrat consultant: FDA knew vaccine not safe and effective

Longtime Democratic consultant and feminist author Naomi Wolf has teamed with health experts and attorneys to mobilize people to pore through the thousands of documents on the Pfizer vaccine trials that the FDA was forced to release through a lawsuit. On Monday, she summarized for Steve Bannon on “War Room” the biggest news from the…

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‘Be courageous and proclaim the joy of Easter!’, Pope Francis

On the Monday in the Octave of Easter, Pope Francis encourages us to take to heart the Risen Lord’s reassuring words, “Do not be afraid”, and to share the joy of Easter as witnesses to the truth sets us free.

By Thaddeus Jones

Pope Francis spoke to pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square on a brilliant Spring morning the day after Easter ahead of the recitation of the Regina Coeli.

The Pope reflected on the day’s Gospel reading, which recounts when the Risen Jesus appeared to the women who went to his tomb, saying two things to them that we too can take to heart.

Do not be afraid

The Pope explained that the Risen Lord first reassured the women by saying “Do not be afraid.”

Those comforting words, said the Pope, recognize how fear can paralyze us all – whether of death, dying, sickness or life’s tribulations.

And who better than Jesus who conquered death can tell us convincingly not to be afraid, the Pope pointed out, saying the Lord “invites us to come out of the tomb of our fears,” knowing full well how fear always lurks at the door of the heart, but also letting us know that He experienced and overcame death and accompanies us forever. The Pope underscored, “fear not” and “come out of the tombs of our fears, since our fears are like tombs, they bury us.”

Go and tell others

Jesus then told the women at the tomb to “Go and tell my brethren to go to Galilee, and there they will see me.”

Pope Francis said we are also invited to “go and tell” others this Good News – to break loose of the fear that can surround us – and go forth and tell others about the overwhelming joy of the Lord’s resurrection and hope for all of us.

The Pope observed that we may think this requires special skills or abilities, but just like the women in the Gospel account, we should hear the Lord’s invitation, let go of any doubts, and go forth and proclaim the joy that cannot be kept to onself and multiplies when sharing it.

“If we open ourselves and carry the Gospel, our hearts will open and overcome fear.”

Challenging counter-proclamation

The Pope warned that falsehoods can be encountered and present obstacles to proclaiming and sharing the Gospel.

He recalled how the soldiers in the Gospel account accepted money to testify falsely that the Lord had not risen, but that His body was stolen from the tomb, making a type of “counter-proclamation.” The Pope warned how the power of money and adoration of it here goes against the Gospel.

And this concealment or opposition to the truth presents a challenge we too can face, he added, saying it leads back to the tomb, whereas Jesus wants us to come out of our tombs of falsehood and dependency.

Sometimes today we might be scandalized by lies uncovered about people or society, Pope Francis observed, but he said we must look inside ourselves also and name our own falsehoods we harbour and allow the light of the Risen Jesus to dispel this darkness in our hearts.

The Lord wishes for us to be “transparent and luminous witnesses to the joy of the Gospel”, and “the truth that will make you free.”

Pope Francis concluded by asking that the Blessed Mother “help us overcome our fears and give us passion for the truth.”

Leadership Caffeine™—The 4 C’s + D Formula for Great One-on-Ones

I’m on record describing one-on-ones as some of the most valuable real estate on a manager’s calendar. These sessions are opportunities to engage, share ideas, identify plans to eliminate obstacles and frankly, in this stressful world, just connect. Unfortunately, from my workshop and client surveys, the manager and employee one-on-ones are some of the most frequently canceled or misused meetings.

This is a problem.

Note to managers everywhere: one-on-ones with your team members are not discretionary, optional, or expendable. Skip lunch, cancel that status update, connect early or late, just connect. If you are building value into these sessions as outlined below, you both will be excited for the opportunity to engage.

The Four C’s of Great One-on-Ones:

Busy managers need a simple device to remember how to frame one-on-one discussions with team members. Clients describe the Four C’s formula as effective and easy to use.

Use One-on-Ones for

1. Context

The focus here is on reminding your team member why their work matters. Spend time showcasing how their priorities fit into the group’s/function’s priorities and look for opportunities to leverage and obstacles to remove. We do our best work when we have context for it, and your reinforcement here is essential.

2. Connection

While “context” breathes life into daily work and a person’s key activities, Connection is about tying the work to the bigger picture. Spend time reviewing KPIs and organizational goals and sharing updates on your firm’s strategy with your team members. Use this time to review their work on their big goals (rocks) and share ideas and insights.

And yes, particularly in remote working situations, the term Connection also means just that—to connect. Try my favorite question for this: How are you? Or, a sibling: How are you doing? Make sure to listen fiercely and dial-up your empathy. If someone is having a tough time, you serve as a pressure relief valve or a workplace life ring.

3. Coaching

Effective managers are always coaching on the fly (based on observation). Yet, one-on-ones offer opportunities to slow down and identify what’s working for the individual and where additional support, training, or experience might help. While you never want to save up feedback—it’s best served as close to the observed behavior as possible—one-on-ones are ideal for reviewing the progress on issues identified in prior feedback conversations.

4. Career

Contrary to the formal evaluation, goal setting, and career discussion schedule found in many firms, real career support occurs on-the-fly and opportunistically.

If you observe someone fired up about a particular project, use part of the one-on-one to explore the individual’s interest in doing more of that specific activity. Your team member who loves learning or thrives as part of a group might want more of this type of work. Use one-on-ones to compare notes and identify opportunities that appeal to their interests.

The Ever-Important “D” of Great One-on-Ones

Dialog.

Great one-on-ones like quality feedback and coaching sessions are always a dialog. Learn to use questions as your primary toolset and show your genuine curiosity about the experiences and challenges of your team members. Spend more time asking and listening than talking, and your team member will feel respected and valued. And you’ll be surprised at what you’ll learn about them and the challenges in the business.

The Bottom-Line for Now:

It’s easy to remember: context, connection, coaching, and career. Add the “d” for dialog, and you’ve got the blueprint for quality one-on-one sessions. Now, just make sure you’ve got the frequency portion right. Ask your team member how often they want to connect in these sessions and follow their guidance. Let them know you are there for them. And make sure you adjust your calendar to fit their needs. After all, one-on-ones are your responsibility for their benefit.

The Ignored Views of Cardinal Sarah on Russia and the West

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Why does the West want to annihilate what it built in the first place? The real enemy of the West is the West itself, its imperviousness to God and to spiritual values, which resembles a process of lethal self-destruction.
—Robert Cardinal Sarah, The Day Is Now Far Spent

By this point, the contours of the Viganò debate are pretty clear. Where Archbishop Viganò blames an expansionist NATO and post-Christian West for the war in Ukraine, His Excellency’s critics believe he is not only whitewashing the harsh realities of Vladimir Putin’s regime but also ignoring key points of just war doctrine. As the archbishop often employs apocalyptic language to describe the convoluted machinations of globalists, there is also concern that he is turning into an eccentric conspiracy theorist. Rather than add to the already sizable volume of commentary either for or against Archbishop Viganò, it seems to me more interesting to note that in one sense he is not alone. That is, he is not the only churchman—or even the highest ranking—who has, on occasion, “looked East” to remedy “the errors of the West.”

Indeed, among observant Catholics it would be hard to find a living churchman more universally esteemed than Robert Cardinal Sarah. A Francophone native of Guinea, Cardinal Sarah has been characterized by no less a luminary than George Weigel as “a bright shining light,” one whose “faith illuminates the path to authentic Catholic reform.” For the most part, other Catholic commentators seem to share this view. Yet most who have heaped praises upon the cardinal have consistently and conspicuously ignored how dramatically the cardinal’s worldview clashes with that of America’s conservative Catholic establishment. It is not even as if the cardinal’s inconvenient views were curtly dismissed; no, they were not even acknowledged.

For instance, back in 2019 when Cardinal Sarah’s book The Day Is Now Far Spent came out, this writer was struck not only by the book’s emphatic and repeated condemnation of finance capitalism and globalization but also by the utter lack of interest reviewers exhibited toward this part of the book. Pointed statements like “Globalized humanity, without borders, is a hell,” were unambiguous, and surely relevant to the fiery controversies which were still roiling in the wake of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Few Catholic journalists have so much as alluded to such remarks.

As far as I know, nobody at all saw fit to notice Cardinal Sarah’s reflections upon U.S.-Russian relations, even though said relations have been a subject of burning interest in conservative Catholic circles for some time now. It was almost as if most Catholic journalists were simply ignoring statements like the following, which could by no means be rendered into safe, conservative-establishment boilerplate:

In Russia, the Orthodox Church has to a great extent resumed its pre-1917 role as the moral foundation of society. This arouses political opposition, but also a deep hatred on the part of the post-Christian elites of the West, not only vis-à-vis Russia, but also against the Russian Orthodox Church and, by extension, against Orthodox Christianity itself. The overtly political attack that aims to pit Ukraine against the Russian Orthodox Church under the authority of Patriarch Cyril of Moscow is a dangerous, stupid provocation.

Here a number of implicit positions on the part of His Eminence should be conceded, positions with which we may or may not agree. For one thing, unlike most Americans, Cardinal Sarah does not accept the idea of a “wall of separation” between church and state. Furthermore, he does not dismiss the Russian Orthodox Church either as a KGB front or a clique of damned schismatics.

Whether right or wrong on such matters, he seems to have been aware of something long forgotten by many American Catholics now sporting Ukrainian flags: The 2014 coup, backed by the Obama administration, which overthrew Ukraine’s pro-Russian government. (If nothing else, those critical of Washington’s hysterical reaction to January 6 might find it interesting to contemplate the U.S. State Department’s support for Ukrainian regime change via organized militias, street fighting, and Molotov cocktails; the truth is that the hypocritical American elite have no problem at all with violent insurrection, provided said catastrophe happens to somebody else.)

We might also recognize that, while the cardinal’s support for Russia against a post-Christian West was not so flamboyant and extravagant as Viganò’s, it was still well beyond the pale of political correctness, even back in 2019:

John Paul II was convinced that the two lungs of Europe had to work together. Today, Western Europe is employing extraordinary means to isolate Russia. Why persist in ridiculing that great country? The West is displaying unheard-of arrogance. The spiritual and cultural heritage of the Russian Orthodox Church is unequaled. The reawakening of faith that followed the fall of Communism is an immense hope.

At this point, the support the Russian government shows for Russian Orthodoxy is treated as a mark against it, as a sign of manipulativeness. For his part, Sarah takes for granted that the preservation of a nation’s Christian heritage is a good thing, regardless of how shallow the motives of politicians. “The West seems happy to see its churches turned into gymnasiums, its Romanesque chapels fall into ruin, its religious patrimony threatened by a total desacralization. Russia, on the contrary, is spending considerable sums to restore the treasures of Orthodoxy.”

And as if to drive home his comparison, Cardinal Sarah contrasted American and Russian involvement in the Middle East, yet again in favor of the Russians:

The Obama administration tried to bring freedom to the Syrians. Today the country resembles an expanse of ruins. Without Russia’s intervention, an Islamist regime would have ended up winning the day. The Christians of that country owe their survival to Moscow. Russia played its role as protector of the Christian minorities, most of them Orthodox. The Russian government intended to defend a religion, but also a culture.

Again, all of these remarks were published several years ago, so none of this is meant to put words in His Eminence’s mouth regarding the current situation. His current Twitter account indicates—unsurprisingly—that he laments the war, and the death and destruction, and would like to see a peaceful resolution. It hardly seems plausible that he would condone the invasion of one country by another, whatever the backstory. Yet given his previous critiques, it seems likewise doubtful that he would blame the war entirely on Russia, much less that he would rally around the Western banner.

Can This Be True? HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra confirms vaccines are KILLING BLACKS and LATINOS

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(Natural News) We now have an on-the-record statement from HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra saying, “We know that vaccines are killing people of color… blacks, Latinos, indigenous people, at about two times the rate of white Americans.”

He did not stutter.

He confirmed what we’ve been warning about since day one of the vaccine depopulation drive: People of Color are being killed by covid “vaccines” at a much higher rate than Whites.

You can hear him say this in the first few seconds of this TimTruth.com compilation video that also features Jen Psaki admitting it’s all a “plandemic.”

Put another way, the experimental gene therapy injections called “vaccines” are depopulation weapons targeting all of humanity, but they disproportionately kill far more Blacks and Latinos on a per-capita basis.

Vitamin D deficiency is the single greatest factor

The reason for this is obvious: Chronic vitamin D deficiency. People of Color are rarely told that their skin pigmentation blocks sunlight-activated vitamin D synthesis in their own skin, so they live out their lives unaware of their desperate need for vitamin D supplementation.

Without adequate vitamin D, they are at far higher risk of cancer, diabetes, bone disorders (such as rickets) and even heart and cardiovascular problems. Importantly, vitamin D deficiency is strongly linked with covid mortality, and since covid “vaccines” turn the body into a spike protein bioweapons factory, the lack of vitamin D only exacerbates the death risk.

That’s why more People of Color are dying after taking the clot shot.

No one in government bothers to tell Blacks and Latinos about all this because the longstanding goal of the US government has been to achieve global ethnic cleansing to eliminate People of Color while pretending to celebrate them.

Back in the 1970s, for example, Richard Nixon’s science advisor proposed tainting America’s food exports to Africa with infertility chemicals. In the decades since, depopulation efforts have focused on abortion (targeting Black neighborhoods), deadly cancer treatments targeting Blacks, infertility chemicals in vaccines for African nations (such as Kenya), the water supply poisoning of Blacks with heavy metals, and the deliberate malnutrition of Blacks in America through numerous government programs such as the SNAP (food stamp) system that pays for processed junk food. (The program enriches junk food retailers and junk food corporations while giving black Americans cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity and more.)

In truth, the clot shot is just the latest round in the genocidal effort to exterminate Blacks in America and around the world. Sadly, far too many black people in America continue to support the very government that’s trying to exterminate them, although more and more Blacks are getting red pilled and coming to realize the truth about all this.

The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks

In 2017 — more than two years before COVID — I released a shocking documentary, “The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks.” The documentary was widely shared until YouTube banished it, once again proving that Big Tech will keep Blacks in the dark about any form of genocide targeting Blacks.

Google wants to see black people exterminated, in other words, and they aren’t afraid to censor truthful, fact-based documentaries that try to save lives. Thanks to many users, there are now multiple copies of this documentary uploaded to Brighteon.com and other alternative video platforms. Feel free to re-post on Rumble, Bitchute, Gab or other platforms:

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Learn the full truth and spread the word

The human race has been targeted for termination, and the depopulation globalists are prioritizing certain races and ethnic groups for rapid extermination. In other words, we’re all in the cross hairs, but they desperately want black and brown people to be eliminated as quickly as possible.

Could it be because Latinos, for example, are hard workers who are now turning against Biden and the Democrats because they see the devastating consequences of inflation and money printing? Joe Biden’s approval among Latinos in America is now at 29% and dropping.

Or could some of the reason be because of the $168.8 trillion in unfunded liabilities that the US government owes the American people over time? (USdebtclock.org) The only way for the US government to remain solvent is to eliminate those liabilities, which means eliminating the people who are scheduled to collect those benefits (social security, Medicare, pensions, etc.).

Now, we are living under governments around the world which are actively plotting to mass murder their own citizens using a variety of vectors:

  • Depopulation biological weapons disguised as “vaccines”
  • Engineered mass famine and starvation
  • Widespread contamination of the food supply with heavy metals, plastics and pesticides
  • The destruction of families by pushing LGBT agendas in public schools and pop culture
  • Defunding the police, allowing violence to take over many inner cities, turning them into deadly war zones (Chicago, anyone?)
  • Promoting late-term and even post-birth abortions in order to literally murder black babies after they’re born
  • Withholding lifesaving information from Blacks (about vitamin D and similar topics) through coordinated Big Tech censorship and the de-platforming of individuals who are trying to sound the alarm

New Filings in Durham Report say CIA Determined Trump-Russia Hoax Data was ‘User Created’

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Former lawyer for Clinton’s 2016 campaign, Michael Sussman, is being charged with “falsely stating to the general counsel that he was not providing the allegations to the FBI on behalf of any client” when giving false information to the FBI about a tie between then-candidate Trump and a Russian bank with ties to the Kremlin.

New filings by Durham also show he also gave false information to the CIA, having told the agency he met with the FBI, but about something “unrelated.” The information Sussman provided to both federal agencies was provided by “Tech Executive 1” identified as Rodney Joffe.

The data was used to create “an inference” and “narrative” to try and tie Trump to Russia, added Durham. In his court filing Friday, Durham added the CIA had concluded that the data Sussman gave to them was “not technically plausible” and was “user created.”

The data, gathered by Joffe, was exploited “by mining the EOP’s DNS traffic and other data for the purpose of gathering derogatory information about Donald Trump” said Durham in February.

In his filing Friday, Durham wrote he believes the government expects to “adduce evidence at trial” that will reflect that the FBI and the CIA ‘concluded that the Russian Ban 1 allegations were untrue and unsupported.”

Additionally, Durham wrote:

“For example, while the FBI did not reach an ultimate conclusion regarding the data’s accuracy or whether it might have been in whole or in part genuine, spoofed, altered, or fabricated, Agency 2 concluded in early 2017 that the Russian Bank 1 data and Russian Phone Provider 1 data was not ‘technically plausible,’ did not ‘withstand technical scrutiny,’ ‘contained gaps,’ ‘conflicted with [itself],’ and was ‘user created and not machine/tool generated.”

When Converting Hurts, Do It Anyway

Converting to Catholicism can be scary, and it can be costly. But take courage: whatever it costs you will be well worth it.

Once you’re convinced Catholicism is true, is converting really necessary? That question might sound strange to some readers. After all, if you believe that the Catholic Church really is the Church founded by Christ, why wouldn’t you convert?

Well, lots of reasons. Maybe you’re part of a solid Protestant community. Maybe converting would create serious tension in your marriage or with your parents. Maybe you would lose your job in ministry. In some of the most extreme cases, maybe you live in a country in which converting to Catholicism is a capital crime. In short, people weighing whether to become Catholic are often dealing with much more than simply answering the question, “Is it true?”

But as serious and well grounded as those hesitations may be, the Second Vatican Council doesn’t mince words:

In explicit terms [Jesus] himself affirmed the necessity of faith and baptism and thereby affirmed also the necessity of the Church, for through baptism as through a door men enter the Church. Whosoever, therefore, knowing that the Catholic Church was made necessary by Christ, would refuse to enter or to remain in it, could not be saved.

This is simply a restatement of what Catholics have been saying for two millennia. The Church is, in St. Paul’s words, Jesus’ “body, the fullness of him who fills all in all” (Eph. 1:23). To try to have Jesus without the Church is to try to have Christ the head without the body of Christ, or to put asunder what God has joined together (Matt. 19:6; Eph. 5:30-31). In short, as the Catechism puts it (795), it’s not a matter of choosing among denominations, but about accepting the “whole Christ” (Christus totus), head and body.

Significantly, we’re not talking about a person who is innocently unaware of the Catholic Church or is still trying to sort out the truth of the Catholic claim. The person who sees the truth of the Catholic claim and yet refuses to respond to it is knowingly rejecting the fullness of Christ, cutting himself off from salvation.

If that seems like a steep cost, it should. Jesus was explicit that his message might prove destabilizing for family peace (Matt. 10:34-38):

Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s foes will be those of his own household. He who loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; and he who loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me; and he who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me.

Or more pithily: “if any one comes to me and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life, he cannot be my disciple” (Luke 14:16). Jesus compares the decision to follow him to that of a king deciding to go to war against an invading army twice his size (vv. 31-33). In other words, it’s not the kind of decision one ought to make lightly. It’s going to cost something.

You might object here: “I’m not saying not to follow Jesus—I’m just saying not to become Catholic!” But the whole point is that for the person for whom Jesus has revealed the truth of the Catholic Church, remaining Protestant (or Orthodox, etc.) is to cease to follow him. It does no good to say we’re going to follow Jesus on our terms, just as it would have done Jesus’ original listeners no good to say they were going to follow the God of Abraham on their own terms. If Jesus shows you the way in which he wants you to follow him, that’s not the time to do your own thing or stay in your comfort zone. That’s the time to pick up your cross and follow him, even if he’s leading you somewhere weird and uncomfortable (like the Catholic Church).

Fortunately, though, Jesus doesn’t just tell us about the high cost of discipleship. He also promises us that these earthly costs of converting will be worth it. He tells the rich young man, “Go, sell what you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow me” (Matt. 19:21). Perhaps piqued by this mention of heavenly treasure, St. Peter then asks, “Lo, we have left everything and followed you. What then shall we have?” (v. 27). Jesus responds by promising that “every one who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands, for my name’s sake, will receive a hundredfold, and inherit eternal life” (v. 29).

In other words, discipleship isn’t just about sacrifice, but about investing, laying up for ourselves “treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes and where thieves do not break in and steal” (Matt. 6:20). Converting to Catholicism can be scary, and it can be costly. But take courage: whatever it costs you will be well worth it, both in this life and in the life to come.

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