Be Not Afraid

You MUST find a half our to watch this video! [29:59]

Steve Jalsevec wrote at LifeSite, that this “video by Dave Cullen, the Irish Internet blogger whom I consider to be one of the more well-informed, brilliant, and bluntly honest research analysts on the Wuhan virus crisis … is a half-hour blockbuster. You absolutely MUST take the time to watch it.

Cullen astutely takes viewers through a series of charts, text excerpts, and video statements by various notable persons related to the pandemic. In the process, he presents what I consider to be a very solid case for the title of this blog post [People behind COVID scam are ‘deeply cruel, evil, and psychotic people’]. …

Folks, if you continue to believe the lies that you are being fed by most of the media, liberal political leaders, and by your governments and health ministries, then we are heading for a never-in-history level of grief, loss of freedoms and tyranny all over the world that you cannot now even imagine.

Yes, it is that serious.”


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7 responses to “Be Not Afraid

  1. The top “Trust in the Lord” pic reminded me of a poster-meme, which I cannot find in a quick search, captioned something like, “Trust in the Lord… but it’s still not a good idea to stand on the edge of a cliff.”

    I found an illustration that especially emphasizes this:

    The one you used is, of course, properly reassuring.

    Did you know? Forms of the word “fool” appear 78 times in Proverbs (KJV anyway).


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  2. chrissythehyphenated

    That picture … oh. my. goodness. Have I ever told you I’m afraid of HEIGHTS!? ACK!

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          You two are soooo not funny! LOL

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          • Talk about fear of heights and dangling feet off cliffs…

            Decades ago, for my now-departed Uncle & Aunt’s 50th anniversary, family gathered in Fairbanks! (Getting there when the sun’s up all night – it was quite a trip.)

            One day we took several vehicles and loads of folks – and many kids – on a long drive up to a park with a good view of Mt McKinley. I drove an extended van with a crowd of young’n’ cousins.

            Loonnng drive. As soon as we parked, doors flew open and kids spilled out like an explosion, scattering up and across the hills, much to the horror of the adults, but it was just mostly gentle hillside, and everyone was eventually accounted for.) I say mostly because…

            At one point, I see my late eldest brother, with one of our young sons (age six), sitting ‘way out on a scary precipice! Kinda-wild son was giggling with fear-joy. I was aways off, praying that my brother was as conscientious about my son’s safety as I thought he could be. I didn’t want to yell at them or anything, it was too late to stop them, so I just… started filming.

            Somewhere, there is video of the two of them sitting there, then slowly, carefully, crawling back over the rocky cliff-face to more reliable ground.

            There may even be an audible release of breath from me at that point.

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