Jun 7, 2023
Have you ever wondered how much of the pandemic narrative was true? Have you questioned the science, data, and the policies that have been imposed on us in the name of public health? If you are looking for answers, you are not alone. Countless people around the world are waking up to the reality that we have been lied to and manipulated by those in power. This is why The End of COVID, an upcoming free educational experience, is here to expose the truth about COVID-19 and empower you to reclaim your health and freedom. The show is over—the end of COVID and every pandemic.
In this week’s solo cast, Dr. Stan will discuss the amazing efforts and work that went into the creation of The End of COVID. He will discuss his insights and discoveries about life and health gained from the four sessions he moderated and two interview sessions. Stay tuned for a more enlightening episode of Dr. Stan's solocast.
“Most people are unaware that the moms of vaccine-injured children who have been pushing for this in state capitals, legislators' offices, NIH, CDC, and CIP meetings nearly everywhere today are part of the movement for health freedom. This freedom of choice is informed consent, fighting for their children.”
“Speaking truth to power with the intention to uplift and inspire those in power is what conviction is about. Silence is complicity, and it's not just about shouting from the mountaintop, condemning and bringing down people; rather, it's about speaking truth to power so that we can prepare ourselves for what may potentially come in the future.”
Why are so many people, especially parents, joining the health freedom movement? They are fighting for their vaccine-injured children. Though it's not easy to fight for something, everything will be worth it in the end.
When you have conviction, you are driven by your inner convictions and willing to stand up for what you believe in, even if facing challenges or opposition. Choosing conviction over complacency means actively pursuing your beliefs and goals, even if it requires effort, risk, or discomfort. Embracing conviction makes you more likely to make a difference and contribute to the greater good.
[03:24] Acts 1,2 & 3
[04:38] Episode 35 with Dr. Pete Chambers, Dr. Theresa Long and Dr. Sam Siegel
[08:44] Episode 40: Voices of the Victim
[11:36] Episode 45: Detoxification
[18:16] Episode 60: The Agenda of the great reset, digital IDs, transhumanism
[18:31] Episode 64: Convictions over Complacency
[25:32] Episode 70: The true history of Western Education with David James Rodriguez.
[26:47] Episode 71: The journey home with Derek Kramer
[27:16] Episode 72: What is the way forward
[29:02] Episode 82: The Mystery of Water
[30:37] Episode 84: The new cell biology with Dr. Tom Cowan
We witnessed our families, a large number of our friends, and our entire community held captive by what has occurred over the past few years. In the process, we have learned to always do your best to empower, lift, and inspire people. A big part of what we offer to this movement is the re-humanization of individuals who have essentially been marginalized and demonized, especially those who have been hurt.
If you put any effort into this movement, you will be a part of the change in human awareness that is creating the mental toughness, physical flexibility, and spiritual strength for this spiritual conflict we are currently facing.
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