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Updated: Feb 17, 2023

Just Like with Project Veritas Board of Directors – AFLDS Board Tries to Remove Dr. Simone Gold from Organization She Founded to Defend Medical Freedom

In a hostile takeover bid, the AFLDS Board of Directors is attempting to remove Dr. Simone Gold from the organization she founded and worked tirelessly for to defend medical freedom and civil rights.

Dr. Gold had entrusted certain individuals with protecting AFLDS while she was enduring an unjust prison sentence, but upon her return, she discovered they had acted corruptly, and attempted to gain operational control of the organization, unjustly trying to fire most of the existing staff—nearly 50 workers, even threatening some with lawsuits.

When Dr. Gold confronted the Board privately and urged them to correct this, they refused and retaliated against her with a public smear campaign of startling false accusations. The dispute is now in litigation; the judge in the case confirmed the allegations against Dr. Gold were false, and advised the Board to find an amicable resolution with Dr. Gold.


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If you remove her from her position we will demand our money back.

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On Wednesday, Elon Musk spoke at the World Government Summit and warned of the dangers of a one-world government.

The CEO of Twitter, SpaceX, and Tesla spoke via video at the Dubai-based conference, “The World Government Summit 2023,” under the theme of “Shaping Future Governments.”

“I know this is called the World Government Summit, but I think we should be maybe a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government,” Musk said.

“We want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having, frankly — this may sound a little odd — too much cooperation between governments,” he continued.

Elon Musk warned that if the singular world government will be imposed, it could lead to civilizational collapse. He suggested that the world needs “some amount of civilizational diversity.”

“I think we want to be a little bit cautious about being too much of a single civilization, because if we are too much of a single civilization, then the whole thing may collapse,”

“Obviously not suggesting war or anything like that, but I think we want to be a little bit wary of actually cooperating too much. It sounds a little odd, but we want to have some amount of civilizational diversity, such that if something does go wrong with some part of civilization, that the whole thing doesn’t collapse and humanity keeps moving forward,”

“Seemed like the right venue,” Musk later tweeted.

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If the shoe fits:

Even the establishment is bailing ship...

Twice as many killed by the vax

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According to the Geneva Convention, what is the difference between hostilities happening that are not in a officially declared war, and when it is in an officially declared war? Are countries like the United States or is NATO still Bound by the Geneva Convention? Can hospitals be targeted?

The Geneva Conventions are a set of international treaties that establish the standards of international humanitarian law for the treatment of the victims of armed conflict. The Conventions apply to all armed conflicts, whether international or non-international, and irrespective of whether the conflict is recognized as a state of war. Therefore, the Conventions apply regardless of whether a conflict is in an officially declared war or not. In other words, the Conventions apply to all situations of armed conflict, whether between states, or between a state and non-state actors, or between non-state actors, such as insurgent or rebel groups.

Countries like the United States and members of NATO are bound by the Geneva Conventions as parties to these treaties. As such, they are required to comply with the Conventions' provisions on the humane treatment of prisoners of war, the wounded and sick, and civilians. Any violations of the Conventions may result in legal consequences under international law.

The protection of medical personnel, facilities, and transports is a fundamental principle of international humanitarian law and is enshrined in the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols.

Under the Geneva Conventions, parties to a conflict are required to respect and protect medical personnel, facilities, and transports. This includes ensuring that they are not attacked, damaged, or destroyed. The deliberate targeting of a hospital that is treating enemy soldiers would be a clear violation of this obligation.

Moreover, the deliberate targeting of a hospital may also constitute a war crime, which is a serious violation of international humanitarian law. War crimes are prosecuted by national and international courts, and those responsible can be held accountable for their actions.

In summary, it would be a serious violation of the Geneva Conventions to deliberately attack a hospital that is treating enemy soldiers, regardless of whether the war is declared or not, and regardless of who provides the coordinates for the missiles.


The Inane Press Conference by our Military Heads

If you are still wondering why the United States failed to prevail in Iraq and Afghanistan, especially Afghanistan, all you need to do is watch Tuesday’s press conference of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group in Brussels, Belgium. What a veritable clown show! The remarks by Lloyd Austin and General Mark Milley revealed two guys with an iron grip on delusion and a total lack of self-awareness.

The audacity of these two failed military leaders to pretend they are qualified to offer advice to Ukraine on how to fight a first-world military when their own dismal military records show they failed to defeat a bunch of goat herders and tribesmen that had no combat air, no helicopters and no artillery is the definition of chutzpah. It would be funny were it not for the slaughter underway in Ukraine.

Looks like NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Mark Milley are not on the same page. Jens made this uncomfortable (but truthful) admission yesterday:
“It is clear that we are in a race of logistics,” he said. “The war in Ukraine is consuming an enormous amount of munitions and depleting allied stockpiles.” Mr. Stoltenberg said Ukrainian troops are expending ammo at “many times higher” than the current rate of production for NATO members. The situation is putting pressure on allied defense industries. He said the waiting time for large caliber ammunition — such as shells for the 155mm howitzers sent by the U.S. — has increased from 12 to 28 months, on average. “Orders placed today would only be delivered 2½ years later. So we need to ramp up production and invest in our production capacity,” Mr. Stoltenberg told reporters at NATO headquarters.

Ukraine, with the help of the West, is sleepwalking into the slaughterhouse. Ukraine and NATO’s refusal to wake up and grasp the reality of what is happening is likely to lead to the destruction of both.

For the full analysis see:

Not since the huge battles of the Second World War has artillery been used so ferociously and intensively as it is now in Ukraine. At times, Russia has been firing a staggering 20,000 artillery shells a day.

Ukraine has been letting loose an average of 5,000 to 6,000 a day.

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