” Spilling beans and cans of worms. Goddess bless the stubborn.~AW”

 Spilling beans and cans of worms. Goddess bless the stubborn.~AW

Also: A fascinating and vital interview with Dr. Judy Mikovits on London Real:

About half way through there’s the query “What are we to do with the blacks?” in the context of vaccines and autism in children. All of this interview is necessary information, but this aside is worth following up. Have black children been deliberately targeted, via vaccines, in America, as well as in Africa?

I should not care, I suppose, that Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai and Dr. Rashid Buttar, and Dr. Vandana Shiva, are brown.  (Please Google) But I do care primarily because it is a delight to hear news that deeply matters from the part of humanity that is rarely listened to. The “colored” part.  We are usually just dragged along to our doom: wars,  enslavement, chemical experiments, loss of health and housing etc., as if we are the same as other “dumb” creatures of earth who neither speak nor have opportunity to resist. (Video removed.)

Listening to these three is an extraordinary experience.  Brilliance is beautiful in itself, but coupled with courage it is irresistible.

Both Drs. Ayyadurai and Buttar voted for Donald Trump, which raises the grownup question:  What impact if any does this have on their Science?  And judgement?  I discovered Dr. Buttar on YouTube but he may have been removed. Try London Real if you cannot find him there.   He is a remarkable teacher with a passionate intent to bring us up to speed on our own health. He feels exactly like a relative.