Are you sure you want to follow science?

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I have a better idea. How about stopping the taking of vaccines and other drugs that are causing cancer?

Dr. Reizer


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5 thoughts on “Are you sure you want to follow science?

  1. lhakes12 October 9, 2022 / 2:30 pm

    I beg to differ with those scientist’s claim, John.
    Arrrrrrgh! And I do scream when I see a centipede. Bugs have always creeped me out!
    And if you ever watched the TV show Survivor, they have had contestents eat bugs for competition. Which repulsed me! And maybe other people as well because they have not been doing that as much on that show anymore. Although maybe they will start up again?

    And I just watched a video from WEF Insider which states we humans have a natural aversion when it comes to insects. Plus, they had a few other things to say.


    “Our natural inclination to recoil when a bug is anywhere near us could be our brains warning us that these things could bite, sting, infect or even poison us. But the bug eating agenda is no joke. The goal is to normalize and even glamorize the consumption of bugs. Celebrities are eating bugs on camera. (Nicole Kidman is shown glamorously consuming what she refers to as micro livestock that includes live hornworms, crickets and grasshoppers.) And schools are forcing students to eat bugs in class.
    While insects might show good nutritional value on paper, they might be outright toxic to the human body. Studies found that they can harbor parasites, affect the immune system, trigger allergies, and deplete vitamins from the body. Despite these glaring issues, the elite is going full-stream ahead with this agenda.”

    • Dr. John Reizer October 9, 2022 / 3:04 pm

      Most of what we see or read in the mainstream media is mind-control programming. It is dripped into our subconscious mind daily and the assault is nonstop.

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa! 👍🙂


  2. Kenneth T. October 10, 2022 / 1:03 am

    Bbbbut… bugs are free — AND if food prices don’t stop going up, they’ll be the only thing we can afford.
    Nobody knows how many bugs I’ve eaten in my lifetime.
    I’m not ready for it… yet. But to do it purposely is just mind over matter.


    • lhakes12 October 9, 2022 / 9:29 pm

      Oh my, Kenneth! I am going to have to agree with John’s response! 😂


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