Yes – It’s could be over. Trump’s recent claim, that the covid vaccine developed in his presidency was “one of the greatest achievements of mankind”, seems to put him firmly in the same camp as Biden and the Globalists.
In a December 2021 interview, Trump stated that “The vaccines work – If you take the vaccine you are protected” and “People aren’t dying when they take the vaccine.” The interview is discussed at length on NaturalNews.
Great achievements don’t kill tens of thousands of people
Mike Adams, aka the Health Ranger, is the food scientist responsible for Naturalnews.com. He has been consistently anti-vax and if anything pro-Trump. But in a compelling podcast, he sees that the Freedom Movement has been tricked, that Trump is just another actor in the Globalists’ drama, and that we should expect nothing from him.
Trump supported Geo-engineering
If the vaccine was not enough, it turn out the Trump gave the go-ahead for geo-engineering in 2017 according to the Guardian. Money was then poured into it, as per technologyreview.
For Freedom lovers, Geo-engineering is putting heavy metal nano-particles in the atmosphere that are breathed in by us, turning us into receptors and more easily controlled by 5G
Trump supported 5G
Even worse, Trump supported the roll out of 5G according to the trumpwhitehouse.archives. For many freedom lovers, 5G is seen as the tool to enforce total surveillance at least, and possibly mind control. It is difficult to see how Trump’s 5G can be benign.
A Ray of Hope for Freedom Lovers?
Basically Trump pushed forward the three most controversial projects – the vaccine, geo-engineering and 5G. But there are some who still say that Trump is a good thing, principally Kerry Cassidy. Click Project Camelot for her take on it all.
No – The earth is round as evidenced by the many round the world sailors
There is only one explanation as to how a sailor can sail eastwards constantly and end up where he started…
The Earth must be Round
See below the route map for the Round the World Race.
In days of old, ships would have a crow’s nest, so the lookout could see over the horizon. The man in the crows nest was always the one to shout “Land Hoe”, when land came in to sight, because he could see further than the helmsman at sea level.