By Mary Holland, J.D. | The Defender
This article was originally published by The Defender — Children’s Health Defense’s News & Views Website.
Last week, I binge-watched CHD.TV’s premiere of “COVID Unmasked.” This four-part series is a must-see!
I am not a huge TV fan, but now that CHD.TV is on Roku (wow!), I settled down on my living room couch to watch all the episodes — and it was worth it!
The series picks out key highlights, clips and quotes from the COVID-19 nightmare with narration that sparkles with irony and sarcasm — such as when the film points out that not only was the coronavirus predicted decades ago, but even its origin from a “wet market” in China was “foretold.”
But the series isn’t just a chronicle. It delves deeply into some of the personalities behind COVID-19 — including Bill Gates — comparing Gates’ empire-building to that of John D. Rockefeller, who was perhaps the first modern-day globalist.
Part 2 of “COVID Unmasked” compares Nazi medical experiments with COVID-19 protocols. It explores the Nuremberg Code, which prohibits precisely what became commonplace during COVID-19 — compulsory medical experiments without informed consent.
Part 3 addresses worldwide censorship and the intentional destruction of the doctor-patient relationship.
The series shows us exactly what a confidence game like COVID-19 entails — providing scenes from movies where characters reveal how it’s done. A typical con starts with something reasonable, yet quickly moves the victim, almost unnoticeably, to a place that the person would never have tolerated at the beginning.
The COVID-19 con started with “just two weeks” and “just masks” and “just distancing” and then moved rapidly to truly extraordinary deprivations of freedom — ankle bracelets, anal swabbing, implanted microchips, infrared temperature scanning, robotic mask patrols in Japan, vaccine passports and quarantine camps.
Several clips depict Yuval Noah Harari, a key guru of “The Great Reset,” explaining that we humans are merely “hackable animals” whose free will does not exist. This episode ends with an extraordinary quotation from Aldous Huxley, author of “Brave New World.”
Although Huxley wrote the novel in 1932, he refined his thinking in 1961, including this prescient prediction, made during a speech to the Tavistock Group, at the California Medical School in Berkeley, California:
“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship with tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods.
“And this seems to be the final revolution.”
Importantly, the film outlines what we can do to stand up for the Constitution and our rights. First, find out who your county sheriff is. Second, meet that person with others and send him or her Part 4 of “COVID Unmasked,” with examples of sheriffs who defended the U.S. Constitution during COVID-19.
Part 4 also highlights footage from demonstrations in Europe where police joined with protestors, taking off helmets in solidarity. There are vignettes of parents standing up for their children at school board meetings, reviling mindless orders to mask young children.
Catherine Austin Fitts, publisher of “The Solari Report,” encapsulates the two competing visions at the end — the vision of human freedom endowed by our Creator as expressed in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence versus a technocratic vision of humans as natural resources or “hackable animals.”
The stark choice still lies ahead — to uphold our rights and bring law enforcement to our side or to succumb to despotism. The film depicts this choice in beautiful scenes from contact sports — basketball, soccer, hockey — athletes manifesting freedom contrasted with a COVID-19 vision made permanent: fear, isolation, separation and transhumanist degradation.
The four-part series is a wonderful achievement. I am grateful and proud that Steve Miller, its creator, invited CHD.TV to host the premiere.
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