Brief News and Call to Action, Plus Announcements
And a thank you to paid subscribers!
Two important news items I want to bring your attention to:
I am writing to ask your assistance at a critical time. Dr. Paul Marik, the medical director of the FLCCC, will be in court at 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 18, in Norfolk, Virginia. He is suing Sentara Hospital because he is forbidden from using any part of protocol to treat ICU patients with covid....
If you can make a sign and come to the General District Court at 150 St. Paul’s Boulevard in Norfolk on Thursday, please let me know. We will be assembling at 11 a.m.
This is a critical case that will either enable medical freedom in America or allow top-down corporate hospitals and big government to dictate to doctors how they can and cannot treat their patients. This case is just the beginning in the fight for health freedom...even if he wins, we need to do a lot more to secure our freedom to a) be free of forced medical treatments b) not be denied medical treatments due to politics or bureaucratic corruption.
In the second bit of important news, Alex Berenson has reported that OSHA has suspended the vaccine mandate. Spread the word as there appears to be a lot of media silence on this.
By the way, a friend of mine in Los Angeles recently caught some sort of virus that gave him a bit of mild vertigo, and he’s telling me he’s hearing of more and more people with the issue. It makes me wonder about my own bout of vertigo. Let me know if you’ve heard of anything in the comments.
Announcements and a Thank You
I was surprised with some more paid subscribers this week. THANK YOU! I don’t have the huge audience of an Alex Berenson—he keeps reminding everyone he has like 100,000 paid/unpaid subscribers total, I think I have less than 2,000 mostly unpaid and less than 10 paid—so every paid subscriber means a huge deal to me. Thanks for those who donated and no pressure on everyone else. (I know there are a lot of Substacks to support!)
I have made the purposeful decision not to put my articles, especially covid articles, behind a paywall. I am hoping some of my articles might be worth sharing to those who are not “in the choir,” and asking for money before allowing people to read would completely defeat the purpose.
While I understand that some people on Substack are trying to fund a fight, I think it actually hurts getting the word out to put up a paywall on critical articles that might help sway people’s minds and hearts. I don’t fault people for asking for money for articles – after all, they take hours and hours to write and those that involve a lot of research and number crunching might take days.
However, I’m going on the “trust the universe” plan, which is to say, if you want to donate some money via a paid subscription, that would be awesome. If not, please share my (best) articles as this helps build up readership.
How I Will Be Thanking Subscribers
With no promises as to how often or how great the quality, I had an idea that I could use the subscriber-only posts as a place to throw up some of the things I am working on, like future book content or manuals that I might be writing for a paid online course. This is a win/win as it gives subscribers an extra something while giving me more incentive to write things like manuals and books, which I keep meaning to write.
Most of this content will be entirely about holistic health and not about covid or vaccines or health policy for the most part. Some of it may be less than perfectly edited and some of it may be not of much interest to some. Some of it may be a bit “woo-woo.” I hope all that’s OK.
I’ll also throw out some freebies once in a while, or discounts to my classes.
Alternatively, if you want to support my work, you can subscribe to my still small but slowly growing Holistic Health & Wellness channel on Locals, where as a subscriber you can post your own content to the community. I also sometimes post private videos for paid subscribers (even though I have two paid as of this writing), such as portions of my online classes or outtakes that we decided not to use but may still have a lot of good info.
Future Topics – Any Suggestions?
What would you like to see me write about more? Please let me know in the comments. I am also planning on stepping out of bounds once in a while and writing some offbeat stuff, some of maybe even just for fun. I may review the new Dune vs. old Dune, for example, and I am planning on writing an esoteric analysis of Squid Games (which I confess I am not watching but I’ll explain why) and the covid crisis.
On a more practical note, I still have an article on Xlear benefits in the queue, as well as one on religious exemptions, as people keep asking about it in our Telegram channel.
That’s all for now! Thank you!