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Magnets sticking to people? I’ve not seen all the compilations of it happening, but I’ve seen some videos that force me to stop and think. But then I chose to read some of the fact-checker sites, their attempt at rebutting the videos. Let me share what I found with regards to the fact-checker sites.

And now I’ll share the videos that make me stop and think.

Now there is currently a “Not on the Beeb” channel on Youtube, and the videos are there too. You can get to it via the following link: I share that just in case there are some Youtube addicts out there, although I loathe to direct people to Youtube. Whatever.

Ok, now onto what this post is about.

I want to focus on Reuters’ attempt at fact-checking the magnet evidence, especially its conclusion.

In case you can’t see the image, it says:

VERDICT: False. Experts say vaccinated individuals cannot experience magnetism at the injection site.

Does anyone besides me find this conclusion unconvincing, especially after watching such videos as the ones I presented? They simply say it cannot happen. But the videos show it happening. What am I supposed to do with that? My eyes show me something. I see no reason to doubt. A so-called “fact-checker” says it can’t happen. What am I supposed to do with that? Believe my eyes and reasoning, or trust the “fact-checker?”

Why am I even writing about this stuff? It’s got nothing to do with the basic level of the seven laws. But of course, on the deeper level, the law of Justice teaches that it is the responsibility of the individual to be cognizant of morality and divine law enough to judge what he witnesses. And I believe it is a universal principle that an individual has to judge correctly in all matters of life. So what is my issue here?

Maybe it’s the same issue that’s been riding me for a while: how much trust can be given to “experts?” In fact, I think one of my problems here is that I think I’m being duped by titles and names. The articles present above are said to be that of “Fact-checkers” who are fact-checking. On a very basic level, I’m not dealing with fact-checkers, as if they have some authority or special gift that sets them apart from any common pleb. It’s just a man or woman with a written opinion. That’s it. And on that level, why should I give a damn about some pleb with an opinion? A person who crowns himself king isn’t necessarily a king, neither does he have any authority under which I must submit. A person or company that dubs himself or itself “fact-checker” isn’t necessarily a fact-checker, neither does he nor it have any place to take away my own responsibility to judge things properly. These companies and writers have no sign of trustworthiness or infallibility. So it’s my responsibility to dispense with the false throne of correctness upon which they have.

The “fact-checker”: Here, let me check the claims for you and come to conclusions for you.
Me: I give you no permission to do my thinking for me. I neither know you nor trust you to do my thinking for me. In fact, I didn’t ask for your aid. Your attempt to do it for me in some well-meaning manner can be seen as a usurpation of my own faculties, an imposition! You can take your apparent good intentions and leave me alone!

That’s the clean version.

After reading the following article ( and also checking for myself those who fund such self-appointed “fact checkers,” I soon saw a catalogue of more untrustworthy would-be tyrants, such as Google, Facebook and others, those who take your data and, in essence, use it against you. Why on God’s green earth would I give an ounce of trust to those who have financial ties with such entities and then claim to be “independent?” My God, no!

The simple fact is that if I give my mind away to others, then it is theirs to control. I thereby submit to mind-control. Hell no! Even if I make wrong decisions with my own mind, then at least I can take full responsibility, unlike some immature mind that will blame the controllers.

It’s about responsibility.

But looking at the videos, after pushing away the stupidity of the mind-controlling “ministry of truth” (see the book, 1984), I’m still at a loss. Why? Why is it happening to some people (not all)? Since the body doesn’t naturally hold such magnetism, then what has gone on inside the body at the site of the experimental gene therapy injection (EGTI)? It’s interesting to see that those affected don’t seem too bothered. In a way, I understand: “what could I do about it anyway?” But in another way, the very nature of part of their own body has been changed, altered. The artificial EGTI as left an arcane mark in their body. They didn’t care what was in it. They just wanted to protect others by accepting the superficial narrative and allowing themselves to be injected, willingly, with the unknown and, for the most, untested. Just more good intentions leading who knows where, although I already have a good idea where many good intentions lead.

There is a straight way in front of a man. But its ends are the ways of death.

Mishlei (proverbs) 14:12


The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

I don’t know what it all means. But I doubt it’s gonna end well.

By hesedyahu

I'm a gentile living in UK, a person who has chosen to take upon himself the responsibility God has given to all gentiles. God is the greatest aspect of my life and He has blessed me with a family.

I used to be a christian, but I learnt the errors of my ways.

I love music. I love to play it on the instruments I can play, I love to close my eyes and feel the groove of it. I could call myself a singer and a songwriter ... And that would be accurate.

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One reply on “Fact-checkers?”

I’ve seen the videos, I’ve seen the fact checkers

It’s very suspicious when one Google this issue, the “fact” checkers are the first sites to pop up

That does ring some alarm bells

Plus all the excuses the fact checker sites uses look very difficult to hold up to scrutiny

Such as: “It’s just some tape or glue their using” or “It’s just coins sticking to a sweaty arm”

The only way to prove this conclusively it’s to get a large number of people who’ve recieved the injection to go on a stage and have the audience test for themselves

It is my contention that many of those who received the injection actually got a placebo instead

Others died shortly after

I predict that any others will get very sick and/or die within months or even years

Of course, it will all be dismissed as “coincidence”

Many public figures have unashamedly declared that this is a phase 3 trial for an experimental drug unlike the world has ever seen

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