May I have your attention, please? What I am writing in this post is essential, and I want to make sure that readers comprehend the following words accurately.
What I and others like me running alternative media websites do daily comes with significant risk. That risk has multiplied 100 times or more over the past 20 months. I am not overly dramatic when I write that this is not an easy website to keep up and run. The time alone required to make all of what you see and read on NoFakeNews come to fruition is challenging.
I spend on average 50 — 60 hours per week writing content and doing maintenance work on the website without receiving any compensation whatsoever. I field questions on and offline and try to answer plenty of emails and other messages that come my way to the best of my abilities.
A friend of mine recently asked me why I continue to publish NoFakeNews in its current format. He’s an Internet-savvy person who explained that he could take my platform to an entirely new level of performance. According to this individual, I could become “financially independent” if I let him make a few minor adjustments to how I run the domain.
I told my friend that I am not running NoFakeNews to make money and that I have never monetized the platform and do not plan to do so in the future. He arched his eyes upward and asked, “Why in the world do you commit to doing all this work (50 — 60 hours per week) and get nothing in return?”
I explained that I do get things in return, which is more important to me than money. Some things in life need to be done regardless of whether or not money is exchanged for the work performed.
I am a primary healthcare provider who owns a license to practice my professional discipline. In the United States, the license I have is precious. I routinely work fifteen hours each week seeing patients and am compensated very well for my time and expertise.
Ironically, I receive no monetary compensation for my hours writing and producing articles on NoFakeNews. Everything, in the end, seems to balance itself out.
I write and write and write articles because I, like others, am trying to save lives. That’s what NoFakeNews is all about. That is why I spend all hours of the day trying to wake up and inform people about worldly machinations — to save lives! I can assure you that I don’t write the articles I write to improve my professional image in my community or improve my professional resume.
Many people have labeled me as a conspiracy theorist, a nut, a lunatic, a pseudo-scientific practitioner, and some other labels that I will refrain from publishing. I think that you probably understand what I am writing.
This morning, I received two separate emails from visitors asking me why I miscommunicated that The Target List movie was free on Amazon Prime when it costs $3.99 for an eleven-minute film. One of the authors wanted to know why he should pay $3.99 for a short film when he could buy a full-length one for the same price.
It took me about two hours to calm down before I replied to the senders of the emails because I was incensed. Calmly, I explained that sometimes people need to do things regardless of the costs and time involved.
I also explained that there’s a more significant agenda concerning The Target List film than the purchase price to watch the movie.
If you frequent this website and have not rented or watched the film, ask yourself why? What are you waiting for? If you are not going to become a part of the solution to what is happening in the world, please do not visit NoFakeNews. Please don’t complain about the price of a movie to me in an anonymous email. I have more important things to do with my time than answering stupid questions about the price of a movie! That’s the way I feel about it.
This article is not meant to be directed to 99 percent of the people who frequent NoFakeNews. Your support of the website and everything else has been phenomenal over the years. And for that, I thank all of you.
The Target List Movie: Our Success is in Your Hands!
My goal is to educate the public about the machinations in organized medicine and the pharmaceutical industrial complex. One film is not going to change the world overnight. But one film can be a starting point for waking up and alerting people about corruption. We have to start somewhere, and doing so through the medium of motion pictures is a great place to begin.
To continue our creative mission, we need people like the visitors who come to NoFakeNews to spend $3.99 and eleven minutes to help the project grow legs and become the success we have envisioned.
If possible, please rate the film on the official IMDB page as well as the platform you purchase or rent the movie from. (Thank you so much!)
Dr. John Reizer