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  • Destroying Women, Poisoning Breast Milk, Murdering Babies; and Hiding the Truth

    09/19/2022 10:32:20 PM PDT · 30 of 38
    EternalHope to null and void

    Add me to your list.


    (or I’ll report you to the mods...) :)

  • Republican survivor of Trump-backed primary challenge, represents dying breed in GOP

    08/23/2022 7:58:56 AM PDT · 19 of 22
    EternalHope to cotton1706

    I live in Washington state, although not in Newhouse’s district. Our state “Republican” party is not MAGA.

    Newhouse won because the Washington state “Republican” party made sure the ACTUAL Republican/Trump vote was split among many candidates. The RINO vote for Newhouse was NOT split, of course, which is the only reason Newhouse beat Trump.

    Culp, endorsed by President Trump, was an excellent candidate. If I lived in Newhouse’s district I would NOT vote for him in the general. Given our state “Republican” party leaders, it’s probably the only way to get rid of him.

  • The God you can’t make up

    07/12/2022 2:37:45 PM PDT · 17 of 26
    EternalHope to Heartlander

    Good article. Thanks for posting.

    As for the complaint about “most” churches preaching the “health and wealth” gospel, this is a classic example of making a mountain out of a mole hill. There is no doubt that some churches DO preach this. Whether it is “most” vs. “some” is not the point. To focus on this is to ignore the point of the article.

    Side note and personal opinion: In my view the “health and wealth” doctrine is extraordinarily damaging. In essence it is luring in people with the hope of earthly reward. In other words, bribing people to “believe”. For the many who do not become healthy and wealthy, what next?

  • New York City Airs Nuclear Attack Public Service Announcement

    07/11/2022 2:31:20 PM PDT · 66 of 85
    EternalHope to Rinnwald

    We live in a valley in a semi rural area about 50 miles north of Seattle. Washington state has a lot of targets, but none of them would get us. Except one.

    Gotta disagree with your target priority list. Personally, I think Jim Creek would be the first target around here to get hit.

    An air burst over Jim Creek would be close to us, and “line of sight” from my back yard.

    Yep. Toast.

  • The Future – Post 2032 – A New Beginning?

    07/06/2022 12:39:40 PM PDT · 10 of 12
    EternalHope to bitt

    Great article! Thanks for posting.

    I think Mr. Armstrong was too specific on when the next collapse will occur. He predicts 2032. Personally, I don’t think things will hold together that long.

    As most people know, an avalanche starts small but quickly grows into something that destroys everything in its path. In my opinion the start of a world wide avalanche has already begun.

    In my opinion, a necessary prelude to the economic/social collapse that has already started has been the collapse of morality that has already occurred.

    Christianity laid the foundation for our civilization today. “Humanism” in various forms has replaced it. But Humanism has proven it cannot even define what is right and wrong, much less create a sustainable moral code.

    So, in my opinion, the only thing that can stop the coming collapse is a major Christian revival.

    Unless we happen to be in the End Times, I think that is more likely AFTER a collapse than before. It takes a LOT to force people to change their core beliefs.

  • World War 3 is already underway as EUROPE does the unthinkable | Redacted with Clayton Morris (Video)

    07/05/2022 12:04:22 AM PDT · 110 of 133
    EternalHope to patriotfury

    Good post.

    And I’m sure I’m not the only one.

  • We Must Never Forget

    06/21/2022 9:02:47 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    EternalHope to Heartlander

    Good, thoughtful, article.

    Thanks for posting.

    Unfortunately, the author is overly optimistic about a key point. He states that the truth always comes out.

    In my opinion the truth does NOT always come out, and even if does it cannot be counted on to come out in time. In this particular case the truth has NOT (yet?) come out for most people. And it is now too late. The damage has been done and cannot be undone. The most we can hope for now is that the people who did this to us will be held accountable some time in the future.

  • BREAKING: Did Lithuania Light the Fuse on World War III?

    06/19/2022 9:18:36 AM PDT · 125 of 143
    EternalHope to WoofDog123
    Historically, starting a war has offered a number of angles to change an unattractive domestic political situation.

    There are a lot of possible reasons for what Lithuania has done, including this.

    We can speculate, but no one on this forum has the inside information required to actually know for sure.

    About all we can say for sure is that what Lithuania did is a definite escalation, and a response by Russia is probable.

    That said, my personal opinion is that you are right. It may not be the ONLY reason, but in my opinion the people pulling Biden's strings expect a response by Russia, and plan to use that response to further their own political objectives.

    They are playing with fire. They do not care.

  • BREAKING: Did Lithuania Light the Fuse on World War III?

    06/18/2022 11:14:41 PM PDT · 54 of 143
    EternalHope to Zhang Fei

    Minor quibble: Whatever the next step is, I expect it to be over in less than a year.

    Aside from that, you’ve got a deal.

  • BREAKING: Did Lithuania Light the Fuse on World War III?

    06/18/2022 10:54:55 PM PDT · 42 of 143
    EternalHope to bitt

    1. Lithuania HAD to have cleared this with NATO/U.S. prior to doing this.

    2. Russia is almost certain to respond to this. Forcefully.

    3. This could very easily/predictably result in war between NATO/U.S. and Russia.

    4. NATO/U.S. knew this.

    5. Since the European members of NATO are hopelessly weak, a logical conclusion is that whoever pulls Biden’s strings is trying to provoke outright war with Russia.

    6. Lots of possible reasons, none of them good. Some of them very, very bad.

  • Doctors ‘baffled’ by a ‘mysterious’ new ‘sudden death syndrome’ killing healthy young people

    06/18/2022 11:28:00 AM PDT · 94 of 99
    EternalHope to Red Badger

    Excellent article.

    Thanks for posting.

  • Standard test for multiple myeloma provides clues of a rare, more deadly type (Simple reinterpretation of normal protein electrophoresis test identifies IgD myeloma variant early for better treatment)

    05/19/2022 2:52:37 PM PDT · 3 of 3
    EternalHope to ConservativeMind

    VERY interesting.

    My wife is a long term multiple myeloma survivor.

    She was diagnosed very late, but survived because of TWO autologous stem cell transplants. Since then she’s had pretty much every new treatment for multiple myeloma. It relapses, she gets a new treatment, it is brought under control, rinse and repeat.

    HOWEVER, her most recent labs show what we and her oncologist suspect is two separate myeloma clones (a second clone is rare, but happens with myeloma patients that have been treated heavily, and survived as long as she has). I had not heard of this particular variant, but her recent labs are consistent with what is described here.

    Regardless, it appears treatment for the new variant described in this article would be the same as she is currently getting to bring her most recent relapse under control.

    So, in a practical sense, this is worthwhile information but not something that will change what we are currently doing.

    Thanks for posting!

  • It Was All There in the EUA. Why Couldn’t They See it?

    01/29/2022 7:37:20 PM PST · 2 of 62
    EternalHope to E. Pluribus Unum

    I suggest reading the linked article.

    The EUA is interesting reading.

    BUT, the most interesting part was the author’s attempt to assess why the information he easily found on the Internet had been so completely ignored. It was thought provoking, and could explain at least part of what has gone wrong in our country.

  • Threat Matrix 2021

    12/20/2021 4:26:09 PM PST · 779 of 789
    EternalHope to Godzilla


    And, as soon as you feel up to it, looking forward to more of your excellent analysis.


    12/17/2021 2:18:58 PM PST · 25 of 77
    EternalHope to Brookhaven

    I’m on Xfinity, in Washington state.

    It will not load for me.

    The “Connection timed out”....

  • Threat Matrix 2021

    12/09/2021 12:46:22 PM PST · 758 of 789
    EternalHope to Godzilla

    An additional thought:

    I didn’t mention Israel/Iran in my previous post, but that area could also become relevant in the near term.

    Iran and Israel have their own agenda and time table. Iran intends to destroy Israel, and is close to having the nukes to do so (assuming they could be delivered, no easy task). Israel has no intention of letting Iran get nukes.

    In a worst case scenario war would erupt in the Middle East at the same time Russia attacked Ukraine and China attacked Taiwan. (An all out war between Iran and Israel would most likely include other nations in the area as well, and could potentially draw Russia in via Syria.)

    If Israel is winning, Iran would almost certainly activate their sleeper cells in the U.S.

    This, plus my previous post, could explain the seemingly stupid and irrational statements recently made by some high level politicians in the U.S. threatening first use of nuclear weapons.

    None of us know the future, especially me. What I’ve speculated about COULD happen, but that does not mean it actually will.

    We live in “interesting times”. (That’s an ancient Chinese curse..)

  • Threat Matrix 2021

    12/09/2021 10:28:13 AM PST · 756 of 789
    EternalHope to Godzilla

    As usual, your comments and analysis are much appreciated.

    A few additional thoughts:

    Russia would not be doing what they are doing militarily near the border with Ukraine unless they expected to gain something from it. Thus far it seems they have gained nothing.

    The steps they have taken cost an unknown amount but are not free. And they create a negative impression of Russia in much of the world.

    The negative impression may adversely affect Russia in a business sense.

    It is even possible the Russian buildup will lead to increased military spending in the parts of Europe that feel threatened. (Talk is cheap, so I would not expect Germany, France, and the UK to actually do anything.)

    So.. Given these negatives, what is Russia’s objective?

    Personally, I think Russia can see the obvious: U.S. leadership is incredibly weak and our ability to respond is nearly non-existent. If Russia wishes to annex the portions of Ukraine with substantial populations of ethnic Russians to Russia itself, what better time to do so?

    The next question is when?

    Historically, winter in that part of the world is where armies go to die. But that applies to attacks on Russia. It may not be relevant if Russia’s objective is limited to something they can quickly achieve and then stop.

    In that case, winter would work in Russia’s favor just as it has in the past. A western military response would be difficult, and the loss of Russian natural gas in western Europe would create civilian havoc.

    If Russia EVER intends to add portions of Ukraine, they cannot risk waiting until next year’s elections in the U.S. change control of Congress. Next winter would be too late. Spring and/or summer would throw away their weather advantage.

    So... My personal guess is any time between Christmas this year and the middle of next month. It is interesting that Putin very publicly stated that his military would be given two days off around New Year’s day. A statement like that could easily be designed to mislead.

    If this is limited to a Russian annexation of parts of Ukraine, the world response will be all talk and no action. It will blow over within months.

    A much worse scenario would include coordination between China and Russia. If China decides to take over Taiwan at the same time then things could spiral out of control.

    However, from China’s perspective, the same U.S. weakness would work in China’s favor. China has the additional advantage of a near strangle hold on many things used in the U.S., such as medicines and medical supplies, and the raw materials used in modern electronics. If China took over Taiwan they would gain significantly in high tech chip/circuit manufacturing as well.

    I’m sure you’re aware of all this, but I thought it might useful to put it in writing.

  • Gladys Berejiklian has been knifed by unelected lawyers and now the country has lost its ONLY decent state premier at the worst possible time, argues NIC WHITE - and for what? (Australia)

    10/01/2021 8:17:07 PM PDT · 49 of 65
    EternalHope to naturalman1975

    Thanks for the answers.

    I was about ready to write Australia off as a lost cause.

  • Gladys Berejiklian has been knifed by unelected lawyers and now the country has lost its ONLY decent state premier at the worst possible time, argues NIC WHITE - and for what? (Australia)

    10/01/2021 7:03:47 PM PDT · 45 of 65
    EternalHope to naturalman1975

    I don’t want to pick a fight with you. These are genuine questions.

    One of the things we are told about the current situation in Australia is that the information you are allowed to get is heavily censored. It is heavily censored in the U.S. also, and the problem is getting worse. But supposedly Australia is even worse than here.

    So... If you post something online in Australia that is contrary to the official state position on Covid, what will happen?

    If you do not get vaccinated what will happen?

    Are you aware of the successful protocols using ivermectin and hydroxychloraquine? Are you aware of the MANY studies that have shown these work? Are you aware of the scientific explanation for why that is so?

    Side Note: The vaccines developed using mRNA technology were approved for use in the United States without the normal testing. That could not have been done unless it was believed that no alternative existed. Alternatives clearly DO exist, but that information had to be suppressed in order to justify the lack of testing of the vaccines.

    Are you aware of the way the vaccines were tested? If so, are you aware of the MANY things that would normally have been done but were not?

    Are you aware of the massive number of serious side affects that have occurred?

  • Merck Statement on Ivermectin use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    09/08/2021 9:55:49 AM PDT · 34 of 59
    EternalHope to SoConPubbie

    To understand the Merck statement you must parse what they said very carefully.

    1. They did not do any studies themselves. They simply looked at other studies.

    2. They found no clinical evidence it worked. However, the published studies that have been done to date were NOT peer reviewed clinical studies, so OF COURSE they found nothing. Real world outcomes have been great, but they are not peer reviewed clinical studies. There may be clinical studies underway, but it will take a long time for them to finish and then go through the peer review process.

    Side Note: Hydroxychlorine has also been officially maligned. The highest profile “studies” attacking hydroxychlorine were published in The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine. Both studies have since been withdrawn. (Crickets from the media.)

    3. A “concerning lack of safety data” in the majority of studies is a meaningless statement. Any retrospective study looking at actual results will have a hard time even collecting “safety data”.

    Side Note: Since ivermectin has been approved and in safe widespread human use worldwide for many years, this has to be considered a deliberately misleading statement.

    Side Note: It has uses with animals too, but the “horse dewormer” meme in the media is deliberate misinformation. I’m sure it’s possible to take an overdose of Ivermectin, especially if you take a dose intended for horses.

    Side Note: Does anyone really think one of the major drug companies is going to dispute the official governmental and media narrative?