…the Taliban leaders and the leaders of the Afghan government we set up were reading about Vietnam. They knew the answer to John Kerry’s question in 1971, “How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?”
That last man to die in Vietnam was not an American, but a Vietnamese soldier fighting for the Republic of Vietnam. Afghans decided they would not be the last to die in this war.
The Times story said, …”In fact, they were. Across Afghanistan the Taliban were methodically gathering strength by threatening tribal leaders in every
community they entered with warnings to surrender or die. They collected
weapons, ammunition, volunteers and money as they stormed from town to
town, province to province.”
…Finally, to ignore the fact that we are now living in what are truly some very scary times, is to deny reality. We seem to have a rather significant number of our political elite who, in exchange for a few pieces of silver, have become allies of certain foreign powers interested in bringing about the demise of our country and replacing it as the world’s sole superpower. So the time has now come for all Americans, regardless of race, religion, gender, or sexual persuasion to come together and ignore those trying so hard to divide us. We must put our petty differences aside and come together in the name of a cause that’s so much bigger than ourselves.
Every serious adverse reaction to the Covid-19 vaccines that medicine regulators in both the USA and United Kingdom have been forced to admit is occurring was predicted by the very same medicine regulators to occur before the Covid-19 vaccines were even rolled out.
The following video was released by the US Food and Drug Administration in October 2020 and the person presenting the slides within the video skips past a slide entitled ‘Draft working list of possible adverse event outcomes’ as fast as he possibly can.
Skip to the 2 hour, 33 minute mark and see for yourself…
You’ll have noticed the slide read as follows –
“FDA Safety Surveillance of COVID-19 Vaccines: DRAFT Working list of possible adverse event outcomes ***Subject to change***
All of the clotting and coagulation. All of the heart damage. All of the female reproductive issues. All of the people suffering heart attacks and strokes and people sadly dying. All of it was predicted by the medicine regulators before the jabs were even rolled out.
Even the multi-symptom inflammatory syndrome in children was predicted and it is a brand new disease where children have symptoms resembling toxic shock syndrome or Kawasaki disease, in which the coronary arteries enlarge or form aneurysms. Also common are heart inflammation with impaired heart function and low blood pressure, rash or red eyes, and gastrointestinal symptoms.
Which is why we can be certain that vaccine enhanced disease also known as antibody-dependent enhancement is occurring and will occur, because the health regulators have predicted it will do so. This is precisely why Public Health England data shows that the double vaccinated have at least a 338% higher chance of death if infected with Covid-19.
The latest PHE report shows that up to the 15th August 2021 the fully vaccinated population had suffered a total of 679 deaths. This equates to 0.9% of all confirmed infections among the fully vaccinated population. Whereas the unvaccinated population had suffered just 390 deaths equating to just 0.2% of all confirmed infections.
Source: Kristina Wong The United States ambassador in Afghanistan has fled the U.S. Embassy in Kabul for the airport, according to multiple news reports. The ambassador fleeing the embassy came after Biden administration officials insisted the embassy would remain open. According to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, the airport was “taking fire,” and Americans […]
DONALD TRUMP, 45TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:
… We were spending $42 billion a year, $42 billion. Think of it, $42 billion. I understand Russia spends $50 billion a year for their entire military. We were spending $42 billion, not 1 percent..
…And I know the Bush family will not be happy. But I believe it was the worst decision in the history of our country when we decided to go into the Middle East. It’s turned out to be quicksand. We have destroyed the Middle East. Do you think it’s better now than it was 20, 21 years ago? It’s much worse. It was a horrible decision, cost us trillions of dollars and, if you look at both sides, because I like to look at both
sides, millions and millions of lives.
And it’s no different than it was. It’s much worse, because you have to rebuild. It has been blown to pieces. The worst decision ever made was going. You could do a strike as retribution, and it could be a big
strike, as retribution for the World Trade Center, et cetera, but to get stuck in there, it was like quicksand. So, we did a terrible thing….