Military Health Database: Livestreaming the Full Story and VSRF Talk
The Vaccine Wars Part LIX
Yesterday I joined in with the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation for a chat about the Defense Medical Epidemiological Database (DMED).
The discussion largely centered around the issue of vaccine mandates, though we spent a few minutes discussing what information we could glean from the military health databases.
I mentioned at that time the plan to go live tonight to cover the full breadth of the data and the story behind it. After an extremely long week of 18-20 hour work days with more meetings than I can count, I was fully exhausted, so I'm pushing that livestream back until Sunday evening at 7 PM EST. My apologies for the delay and for anyone who planned to watch tonight. One more night of too little sleep just wasn't in the cards. When the migraine arrives, it just takes over.
The Military and the The Troops
As an aside, during the VSRF meeting, somebody in the audience posted a comment that boils down to, "The military is an awful killing machine, why support them?" I want to address this thought now.
Separate the politics from the people.
In some cases, that may be impossible, but I don't think so in this case. I know dozens of people who do serve or have served in the military. This might come to a shock to some people, but most of them do not support most wars and are particularly opposed to most all of the U.S. war-making of recent times—and we are often talking about "The Forever Wars" in the Middle East.
Most members of the U.S. military intend to serve their country and each other. Many, including Liam Madden whom I interviewed a few weeks back, are fully aware that the military gets used as a tool by a combination of politicians and corrupt interests. This includes even large scale participation in the world's most disturbing black market activities. Changes need to be made.
Let's be real, the military attracts a few psychopaths. There are even rumors of such individuals being sifted for (I am working on an article about how this is done in military intelligence) in order to create small groups willing to engage in activities most Americans would find abhorrent. At the end of the day, it's best that we have those with a moral conscience who intend their training in the methods of violence to defend the Constitution to have as much power and responsibility as possible in order to serve as a backstop. This makes an issue like vaccine mandates even more important. As I said during my discussion with Zach, Anna, Pete, and Steve (paraphrased), "They're creating an Asch conformity experiment by removing those soldiers who would be most likely to understand and not follow an unlawful order," such as an order to turn their weapons on the American people based on extra-legal governance.
It is best if the largest possible proportion of moral people faithful to the Constitution first, and who understand the obligation to disobey illegal orders, remain in the U.S. military.
We are better off working with those members of the military, current and former, who want to restore the system to something better controlled by the people. Better that we spend our energy that way than demonizing members of the armed forces who are also otherwise members of our communities.
This livestream will include a lot of twists and turns, including evidence that continues to pile up that one or more intelligence operatives have been involved in crafting narratives.