Sunday, December 31, 2023

Jacinda Ardern as it really is

 Yeah...that was some adjudication. First, fall from grace, all the way. The adreno stops working, the hormone drugs stop working, and now the world sees a shell of a rotten soul that has murdered tens of thousands. I remember that one.

And now, this is the result.

Only thing left and everyone knows what that is.

At least it's playing it out to the very end, damnation and all. 

Okay then.

Best thing about being awakened is...


Cargo ship carrying burning lithium-ion batteries kept offshore of Alaska port

 It started in Vietnam. It was going to San Diego, so why, if we are on a globe, did it travel to Alaska? Because on a flat earth, a straight line from Vietnam to San Diego runs right by the Gulf of Alaska, that's why. It's been sitting offshore burning since christmas day. And they cannot put it out. 

Also, these lithium batts are bombs waiting...just detonate. And if you KNOW the frequency of Lithium, you can remotely get it to combust with a transmitter set to the right frequency and with enough amplitude. Like the kind of power 5G towers have.

So what's to prevent some psychopath from sending that signal out in a city, where every lithium powered cell phone, laptop, bike, and car is waiting like a sabotuer to destroy?



A large cargo ship with a fire in its hold is being kept 2 miles (3.22 kilometers) offshore of an Alaska port as a precaution while efforts are undertaken to extinguish the flames, the U.S. Coast Guard said Saturday.

There were no injuries to the 19 crew members aboard the Genius Star XI, which was carrying a load of lithium-ion batteries across the Pacific Ocean from Vietnam to San Diego, the guard's Alaska district said in a release.

The fire started on Christmas Day in cargo hold No. 1, a spokesperson for ship owner Wisdom Marine Group said in a statement. The crew released carbon dioxide into the hold and sealed it over concerns of an explosion.

Kiss your 160k goodbye. Hope the occupants got out in the ten seconds they had to get out. The fumes of this stuff is considered instantly fatal.

FROZEN ELECTRIC BUSES don't work in cold weather

 And...when the finally put a gun and force everyone into EV hell, the power will be turned off at critical times so you can't go anywhere. EVs don't work in snow and ice. People with EVs learn this the hard way, every single winter.

Friday, December 29, 2023

Square Clouds - chemsoup with graphene and cell towers

Operation Warp speed and genocide Filled With Bluetooth Signals As Dead Vaccinated Emit MAC Addresses From The Grave
At 24:00 it shows the unvaccinated but swabbed giving off bluetooth signals.

Many phones have probably been "patched" to prevent detecting vaxxies with bluetooth
More threads

Intra-Body Nano Network

Scanning for vaxxies

Thursday, December 28, 2023



Died Suddenly. The chinese CDC guy at the end of the video died as well.

Shill for the vax, die from the vax.

black invasion battalions in arizona


Canaanite rape and murder children for sexual gratification and to serve Lucifer. If they don't mind weeping, open sores on their face and hands....


Nasty witches do it all.



Wednesday, December 27, 2023

demon trans phreaks after kids

Kwanzaa is a fake holiday created by a vicious killer in 1966

Today our half-Jamaican, half-Indian Vice President has elected to acknowledge a fake holiday invented by a communist fed, violent pervert, and convicted criminal Ronald McKinley Everett, also known by his adopted LARP moniker Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga.

Mr. Karenga was one of the founders of an extremist black separatist movement called “US Organization” which the FBI funded as part of its efforts to stir conflict in black political groups (Sound familiar?)

This eventually resulted in murderous conflict with the Black Panthers.
Karenga was later in life sentenced to up to 10 years in prison for assaulting women. The testimony alleged that women were “stripped naked & beaten with an electrical cord.”

He also apparently hit people on the head with toasters, & put a hot soldering iron in a woman’s mouth.
Karenga invented Kwanzaa in 1966 to racialize Americans & divorce blacks from a strong tie to broader American culture—their Christian faith.

He wanted to “give Blacks an alternative to the existing holiday…rather than simply imitate the practice of the dominant society."
The 7 principles of Kwanzaa are : Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, & Faith.

Read the reasoning of these values, none are grounded in a deep love of country, family, or faith. Rather all are designed to whip up racial foment.
Today Karenga enjoys a sinecure as the Chair of the Africana Studies department at California State University, Long Beach.

There he uses the state funds granted to him to teach blacks to hate America and whites to hate themselves.
The hilarity of all of this is of course the idea that Vice President Kamala Devi Harris ever celebrated Kwanzaa. As the great @AnnCoulter says every year, boy I’d love to see a picture of her highly educated, culturally British and Brahmin parents lighting Kwanzaa candles.
Kwanzaa is in some ways the perfect regime holiday. It gives our ruling class the appearance of respecting the transcendent & traditional, all while underwriting their profane political goals & requiring none of the sacrifice or devotion that true worship & thanksgiving require

Tuesday, December 26, 2023



Sounds legit - way things are


1920's Earliest of Disney cartoons using electricity to make men into phags

Dead system mouthpiece demanded cops fired and camps for unvaxxies NOW DEAD

 Amazing how all these vax pushers are mostly dead now. Almost like there was a curse against them.

No, we're fine. But divisions of your kind have taken the dirt nap. And you know what happens after that, snapper head.


TESTING 4 WATER SOURCES - only distilled water remains pure

Monday, December 25, 2023

Fireball-over-the-Pacific-Shot-Bighorn Operation Dominic - nuking the dome

The vax weapon is killing me…..cries I want my LIFE BACK

American Farmer Caught Aircraft Spraying Above His Farm and Home

Expect severe ugly inbound. Destroying the food supply and self sufficiency.

they destroyed 9,000 bells after WW2

I have an old very old book with illustrations of many churches of Europe done by a clairvoyant and the forms made around these churches are exactly what he's describing.




Friday, December 22, 2023

Skylab The Apollo hoax they pulled but hoped you would forget

 This video makes it so VERY OBVIOUS they faked the whole thing with minitures and wires. 

This is the Apollo stuff they wished they had never pulled on the public. It's why they hide it. Have a good laugh. Shre with others.

Here is how you can test some everyday products. Real or Fake

Because they sell us poison for food. They want us all DEAD. Really.

It's why they do it. To erase us from Earth.

Because of these crimes and others, here comes judgment. Severe and most Final Judgment.


Wednesday, December 20, 2023

Israeli real estate firm to build housing for Israeli citizens in Gaza

Why Flat Earth Matters to us all

“Superstar” trans activist arrested for raping two young boys…


The transvestite, transgender, transsexual movement is often in the headlines for troubling reasons. It appears that almost every new report involves an instance of violence or assault connected to someone from this group. What’s even more alarming is the recent trend of high-profile figures within the movement being arrested for extremely serious and disturbing offenses. For example, a popular LGBTQ male activist by the name of Kendall Stephens, who “identifies” as a woman, was recently arrested for allegedly raping two young boys. Kendall was charged with rape, involuntary deviant sexual intercourse, unlawful contact with minors, corruption of minors, unlawful contact with minors, indecent assault against people less than 13 years of age, obscenity to minors, and endangering the welfare of children.

Sadly, this type of story no longer surprises anyone; it’s becoming quite commonplace. What’s truly shocking is the apparent lack of interest from the left in stopping it. In fact, they’re encouraging it.

Notice how this local news story refers to this man accused of boy rape as “she” and “her.”

Incredible stupidity.

ABC 6:

A prominent LGBTQ+ activist in Philadelphia was arrested on Monday after authorities allege she raped two young boys.

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General filed the charges against 37-year-old Kendall Stephens.

Sources tell Action News Stephens raped two boys under the age of 13. Further details on the investigation have not been released.


A judge set its bail at $250,000 and her next court appearance is scheduled for December 29.

This man became a local “trans star” after he went to a news station and claimed he was attacked for dressing up like a woman. From that moment on, the media played a significant role in elevating this monster, likely providing him with the credibility and influence he needed to become the accused predator he is today.

It looks like left-wing politicians also helped elevate this evil man.

Libs of TikTok:

Meet Kendall Stephens, a prominent trans activist who was just arrested in Philly on charges of r*ping 2 minors. Kendall campaigned for the Governor of PA (D). Kendall also supported the Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner (D). He’s also friendly with Sen. Bob Casey (D) and calls him an “ally.” Kendall faces a list of charges including r*pe and assault of minors.

With friends like this in the media and government, the American people don’t need enemies.

Monday, December 18, 2023

The Worst Day that is Edom


  • If you cannot laugh at yourself, your soul might be stunted.
  • If you require others to act like your mental illness is real to them too, your soul might be stunted.
  • If you have a level four hissy fit because there is obvious humor all around us, your soul might be stunted.
  • If you require a DEFENSE LEAGUE because your evil acts are so very heinous, your soul is definitely stunted in the extreme and you are a living danger to all around you.
  • If... 


Sunday, December 17, 2023

12 days

 Dec 25

My dearest darling Edward,

What a wonderful surprise has just greeted me! That sweet partridge, in that lovely little pear-tree; what an enchanting, romantic, poetic present!

Bless you, and thank you.

Your deeply loving


Dec. 26

Beloved Edward,

The two turtle-doves arrived this morning, and are cooing away in pear-tree as I write. I'm so touched and grateful!

With undying love, as always,


Dec. 27

My darling Edward,

You do think of the most original presents! Who ever thought of sending anybody three French hens? Do they really come all theway from France? It's a pity we have no chicken coops, but I expect we'll find some.

Anyway, thank you so much; they are lovely.

Your devoted Emily.

Dec. 28

Dearest Edward,

What a surprise! Four calling birds arrived this morning. They are very sweet, even if they do call rather loudly, they make telephoning almost impossible - but I expect they'll calm down when they get used to their new home. Anyway, I'm very grateful, of course I am. Ed? I am getting some weird, creepy vibe I cannot explain. Everything okay?

Love from Emily.

Dec. 29

Dearest Edward,

The postman has just delivered five most beautiful gold rings, one for each finger, and all fitting perfectly! A really lovelypresent! Lovelier, in a way, than birds, which do take rather a lot of looking after. The four that arrived yesterday are still making a terrible row, and I'm afraid none of us got much sleep last night. Mother says she wants to use the rings to "wring" their necks. Mother has such a sense of humor. This time she's only joking, I think, but I do know what she means. I drove by your house last night. Seems you moved. Why would that be? And now, your phone is disconnected. 

Still, I love the rings.

Bless you,


Dec. 30

Dear Edward,

Whatever I expected to find when I opened the front door this morning, it certainly wasn't six socking great geese laying eggs all over the porch. Frankly, I rather hoped that you had stopped sending me birds. We have no room for them, and they've already ruined the croquet lawn. I know you meant well, but let's call a halt, shall we? Nothing for nothing, but this whole bird thing is frankly psychotic. Another bird and I'm getting out the shotgun. This whole thing has got me spotting everytime I sit down now. Bastard.



Dec. 31


I thought I said NO MORE BIRDS. This morning I woke up to find no more than seven swans, all trying to get into our tiny goldfish pond. I'd rather not think what's happened to the goldfish. The whole house seems to be full of birds, to say nothing of what they leave behind them, so please, please, stop! How would you like your head stuffed in a bag full of spiders? 


Your Emily.

Jan. 1 

Frankly, I prefer the birds. What am I to do with eight milkmaids? And their cows! Is this some kind of a joke? If so, I'm afraid I don't find it very amusing. Here's the deal, F** brother and some of his friends want you to drop by for a chat. Come alone. 


Jan. 2

Look here, Edward,

This has gone far enough. You say you're sending me nine ladies dancing. All I can say is, judging from the way they dance, they're certainly not ladies - these skanks have stunk up the house something fierce and even the neighbors are projectile vomiting in their yard. The village just isn't accustomed to seeing a regiment of shameless viragos, with nothing on but their lipstick, cavorting round the green, and it's Mother and I who get the blame. If you value our friendship, which I do (less and less), kindly stop this ridiculous behaviour at once!


Jan. 3

As I write this letter, ten disgusting old men are prancing up and down all over what used to be the garden with those nasty whores you sent over earlier-most of what they are doing is against laws in this state Mister! They are even having a go at the geese and the swans and the cows got it too. And several of them, I have just noticed, are taking inexcusable liberties with the milkmaids. Meanwhile the neighbours are trying to have us evicted. I shall never speak to you again. I only hope that I will see you one day so that the universe can be restored to balance and all things made right. I dream of emptying large caliber weapons in your general direction.


Jan. 4

This is the last straw! I have sold the house and hired hit men! John wick took one look around and offered services for free! The place had become something between a menagerie and a madhouse, and a man from the council has just declared it unfit for habitation. At least Mother has been spared this last outrage; they took her away yesterday afternoon in an ambulance to a home for the bewildered. I hope you're satisfied. Wick kills with pencils you know.

Jan. 5


Our client, Miss Emily Wilbraham, instructs me to inform you that with the arrival on her premises at 7:30 this morning of the entire percussion section of the London Symphony Orchestra, and several of their friends, she has no course left open to her but to seek an injunction to prevent you importuning her further. I am making arrangements for the return of much assorted livestock. She has entered an institution for a much needed rest. The police want to talk with you.

I am, Sir, yours faithfully,

G. Creep



joe rogan CIA false hoax campaign against apollo and flat earth awareness

They build these deep set mini concrete bunkers for the camera, which is fixed. There are hundreds of these still out there from those days. The cameras are encased in a lead box, that was some 2.5" thick. All this was and is, run remotely. Folks with Geiger counters went out that way - area is saturated with radiation, can't stay there long or ELSE. Joe Rogan /CIA is trying to create false hoaxes to discredit the apollo moon landings fakes and flat earth awareness. 

Dude...CIA guys are pushing this, every time. Why are you trusting the enemy for truth when they are incapable of it. If its on a Joe Rogan show, there is an agenda.

Just go downwind of the old Mercury site with a pancake geiger counter. Look at all the dead stuff everywhere, no audible animal life, a deathly silence.

Rogan is Edomite CIA.

All the guys pushing this are CIA, every time you look. The fake CIA truthers on bithell are pushing this to kill flat earth and other awakenings. Radiation from heavy earth elements is real; fallen angel tech.

It's a sly, subtle campaign. And it's failing, unlike FE and Fake moon landings, among fake space and all that. It's a test of spiritual awareness and many of you are falling for this load of shite.

Now, at Lookout mountain laboratories in Hollywood, back in the day, they edited in things to spice up the shots, as they do in cinema to this very day. That was their mistake, trying to spice up the shots, as they do.

Because think - if  you believe this, what is the first thing that happens? You start doubting your new awareness in other awakenings, which is what we see. When Fukushima went off the waters for years off Ventura, which I faithfully tracked, was off the charts and didn't go back down until 2018. Fukushima nuke plant meltdowns were in 2011. That's radiation. From nuclear reactions. As all the nuclear reactors in the world do to this day. But, they don't want you thinking, just


  • The same people pushing this are
  • Elon rocket fanboys
  • hate flat earth biblical truth
  • shill for globetard stuff always
  • are NASA/Apollo shills 

 Frankly, it's both a spiritual and IQ test, given that radiation at these sites, even hundreds of miles downwind, is clearly evident to anyone will to take a drive for a few days. The death veil over the land is that heavy.

Man takes care of dozens of stray dogs providing food and shelter


Saturday, December 16, 2023

5000 illegal aliens per day are released into America

There are over a dozen different groups, from different lands, sent here for their "project mayhem." Each in different zones, sent to these zones on purpose, to ignite the big boogey.



 No, in 2022, a curse was placed against Disney, as there was against Target, Buttwiper,  a few others. Looked what happened to them. And the brand will never reach people as it once did, no matter how much they fake the numbers and lie about stats or sales records, as they have resorted to doing, to keep their stock values from cratering so hard, they get delisted from the stock exchange.

Tesla has a curse on it now. Watch. 

Hey Elon! That's for slamming rockets into the Dome of Earth. Trying to earn brownie points with the beast will get you nothing, because with a judgment from Heaven on you, you are of no value to him. The more your name, face, and presence is in the world - take note - is seen, published, or heard, the greater the inborn resentment, mistrust, and outright sense of danger will be the world's reaction to anything with your name on it, or face, or anything Tesla, SpaceHex, anything.

You don't have to do a thing. Laugh aloud. Real loud. Put up the illusion of bravado and daring only makes things worse. In fact, for giggles, double down on everything you are doing. I mean it. Go all out.


It all happens faster that way and we won't have to wait. One of those winter wonders folks will be talking about.

And, there is NOT A THING you can do about it. Ever. 

You can watch, however, as your very existence becomes as loathsome to regular people unaffiliated with the beast in ANY WAY as Buttwiper the ex beer giant. In fact, the resentment and growing mistrust will beget destructive acts against any and all of your branded enterprises. There will be a time, very soon, when people drive by old Tesla car dealers with no product, broken windows, weeds growing in parking lots.

Maybe you can open a Hollywood video store? You know, relive your heady days when you were a rising star, not a sinking mill stone? You can rent old VHS tapes, with Friday night specials. Make a personal appearance or two, see if anyone shows up without a rope? 

And those starlink balloon sats. Over 1,000 lost in the last 3 months. And those launches that blow your stuff up. Do another launch; we all could use a good flat earth laugh against you globetard satanic shills.

Maybe you can go to Devon Island where they film all the fake Mars stuff and walk around in a genuine buzz armstrong space suit..."space" hahahahaha...and pretend you are a great explorer on Mars, zipping about in a Tesla Truck that gets stuck in the tundra twice a day. You can do that. I know! Film and put it out as a B movie and sell tickets. I'd pay to watch that.


Surgery? Vax Weapon? You are bugged

 I have this machine. It sweeps signals very well. It doesn't get them all, but WIFI and BLUETOOTH and other cell freqs, no problem.

Make a plaster of neodymium magnets and put over site - the big magnets, 1 inch diameter. Worked on a few people I know. Takes about 30 seconds because nano tech has no shielding.

Nickelodeon Canaanite 'Dan Schneider' made Ariana Grande perform sex acts and filmed them



Plastic Recycling - It's All a Scam Folks

 They do it to push the fake climate hoax agenda, since 1990.

dead vax shill compilation

vax deaths one month in England

 Mass murdering, genocidal phreaks. Safe and Effective - safe for the killers who do not get the weapon - effective at killing nephy and gentiles.

Texas has reported only 34 abortions this year vs 50,000 abortions in 2020

 Texas doctors, women and lawyers have been asking the state for nearly two years to clarify what is and what is not allowed understrict, overlapping abortion bans. Lawmakers passed a bill this year that makes some exceptions to the bans clearer, but it wasn’t enough to help doctors decide whether they could legally give a Dallas woman, Kate Cox, an abortion.

Ms. Cox sought permission to end her pregnancy after she learned that her fetus had a fatal genetic condition. A district court judge said she qualified for a medical exception to the bans, but Texas Supreme Court overturned that decision this week.

Before the court ruled, Ms. Cox left the state for the procedure, as thousands of Texas women had already done. Her case reveals the dynamics of abortion politics in Texas: For abortion opponents, including the state’s Republican leaders, confusion and fear among doctors has succeeded in preventing nearly all abortions, even in cases of serious pregnancy complications, and there is little incentive to change course.

Texas has publicly reported only 34 abortions so far this year, down from more than 50,000 in 2020, before the first of the severe restrictions went into effect.

That steep decline has occurred even though there have not yet been any prosecutions under the state bans, nor any significant lawsuits against doctors or hospitals. The mere threat of ruinous civil litigation or a lifetime in prison has been enough.

“Essentially, what we have is that no one will take responsibility,” said Molly Duane, a lawyer with the Center for Reproductive Rights who represented Ms. Cox and her doctor. “The court isn’t taking responsibility. The medical board isn’t taking responsibility. And in the meantime, doctors are more afraid than ever, and real patients’ lives hang in the balance.”

Amy O’Donnell, a spokeswoman for Texas Alliance for Life, an anti-abortion group, said in a statement that the fact that dozens of abortions have been performed in the state this year showed that the medical exceptions to the bans, while limited, were working.

“No physician has been prosecuted or disciplined for anything related to those abortions,” she said, adding that her group was grateful to the Texas Supreme Court for ruling in favor of protecting Ms. Cox’s unborn child.

In its ruling, the Texas Supreme Court sided with the state’s attorney general, Ken Paxton, who argued that exceptions to the bans were legal only when the health or life of the mother was seriously threatened, and Ms. Cox’s case did not appear to meet that standard, based on the arguments presented.

The court said that the law allowed for abortions based on a doctor’s “reasonable medical judgment.” If doctors remained confused, the court said, the Texas Medical Board could step in with guidelines.

But doctors have said that the risk of performing an abortion that they believed to be necessary but that could later be questioned by the state presented them with a stark choice: Go ahead with the procedure and risk felony prosecution, or wait until a woman’s health deteriorates to the point that no one would question the medical need.

This week’s ruling, which applied only to Ms. Cox’s current pregnancy, provided little solace for abortion rights advocates who are waiting for the court, whose nine elected members are all Republicans, to rule in a separate but related case.

That case, Zurawski v. Texas, is aimed at resolving confusion about medical exceptions more generally, and at allowing doctors to perform abortions that they deem medically necessary, and within the bounds of the law, without the fear of civil or criminal punishment.

Most of the 34 abortions reported in Texas in 2023 in were performed by medication, the method typically used in the earliest stages of pregnancy, according to state data. Only two were surgical “dilation and evacuation” procedures of the type Ms. Cox sought, which are performed in the second trimester, after 13 weeks of pregnancy. In 2020, there were nearly 2,500 such procedures in Texas.

Doctors and legal experts said the lack of clarity in the law had deterred doctors from performing abortions that they believed were necessary to preserve the health of the woman. The court found that the law does not require an imminent threat to the mother’s life, but doctors said that in practice, those were the only situations in which abortions have been performed.

“In Texas, you have to wait until the patient gets sick,” said Dr. Alireza A. Shamshirsaz, an obstetrician and fetal surgeon who left Texas for Boston last year. “But that is a dangerous game. Wait, wait, wait, while the mom gets sick, and then you do it.”

Dr. Shamshirsaz said the problem was concern about legal action, especially among hospital administrators. “Our hospital was very clear that you cannot even talk about abortion,” he said of a hospital where he had worked in Texas. “Because they don’t want to deal with the state at all. Or the courts.”

Last year, a study of patients in two Dallas hospitals found that after a restrictive Texas law went into effect in 2021, limiting most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, women facing serious complications later in pregnancy suffered because they were not allowed to end their pregnancies.

The state and its experts have argued that patients are harmed not by the state law, but by doctors’ unwillingness to perform abortions that are allowed under the law.

“A lot of the confusion and the potentially substandard care that is occurring is because the doctors have misinterpreted the law,” said Dr. Ingrid Skop, an obstetrician-gynecologist, in a deposition in the Zurawski case. “Unfortunately there has not been much guidance from the organizations that, in other less politically charged issues, have given them guidance.”

Ms. Cox, a 31-year-old mother of two young children who said she wanted a large family, brought her case after her fetus was diagnosed with trisomy 18, a genetic disorder that is fatal in all but rare cases.

She was believed to be the first pregnant women to seek a court-ordered abortion since Roe v. Wade was overturned last year. Shortly after her case was filed, a pregnant Kentucky woman sued to overturn that state’s bans.

Texas law does not permit abortions based on the viability or nonviability of the fetus. But Ms. Cox’s doctor, Damla Karsan, determined that carrying the pregnancy to term would threaten Ms. Cox’s health and future fertility, particularly because Ms. Cox would probably need a cesarean section, which would be her third.

One aspect of Ms. Cox’s case could end up deepening concern among doctors: how quick Mr. Paxton was to threaten Dr. Karsan with prosecution in an open letter.

The court’s ruling — which was unsigned, issued “from the court,” and included no dissents — appeared to endorse Mr. Paxton’s action, according to Laura Portuondo, a University of Houston law professor who specializes in constitutional and reproductive rights. “It permits and green-lights precisely the kind of intimidation campaign that you saw Ken Paxton doing here,” she said.

Doctors have been asking the Texas Medical Board for guidance on the medical exception issue since last year. So far, the board has not taken any action. A spokesman for the board did not respond to a request for comment.

“We don’t have clarity from this Cox ruling,” said Dr. Rick W. Snyder II, the president of the Texas Medical Association, who added that getting guidance from the medical board would not be enough. “We’re going to want legislative clarity,” he said. “We’re trying to protect physicians, so they don’t have to go to court.”

The state legislature added some legal protections this year for doctors in certain limited cases, but Dr. Snyder said that much more was needed. At the same time, he said, Ms. Cox “clearly was not” in a medical emergency. “I understand how the Supreme Court ruled the way they did, in not wanting to legislate from the bench,” he said.

Lawyers for the Center for Reproductive Rights have pushed courts in several states to adopt a “good faith” standard for assessing a doctor’s decision that a medical exception applies. Under that standard, it could be more difficult to challenge an abortion legally, experts said, because doing so would involve having to show that the doctor did not act in good faith.

The Texas law says doctors must rely on “reasonable medical judgment,” a standard that allows their decisions to be challenged more easily, by presenting testimony about what another “reasonable” doctor would do in the situation, the legal experts said. Mr. Paxton’s attorneys did just that in Ms. Cox’s case, citing Dr. Skop as an expert witness who believed that Ms. Cox’s condition did not meet the requirement for a medical exception.

“The reason that the difference matters is that it opens up the gate for bringing in competing expert witnesses,” said Ms. Portuondo, the law professor. “The state has its Rolodex of pro-life physicians who will say ‘I don’t think it is reasonable to perform this abortion.’”

Friday, December 15, 2023

Regret is the beginning of Repentance


zee media reptoid in shift with blackrock manager

the damned interviewing the damned. Not truth tellers, informing you of your impending doom. Yeah? We'll see about that. It's going to get bad for you devils.

She blinks like a machine gun, talks with her hands, tongue out, and slits. He has more control than she does.

Both are devils.

Going to slits. keeps blinking; put your hands down, your spell casting doesn't work here.


Canaanite pedophiles control all media and government

But it's okay to OPENLY HATE white people, blacks, Asians, Palestinians, et al. That's okay, because the Edomite scumbags do it. You can attack or criticize anything but the jewbies.

When you point out their evil, all of a sudden you are a HATER. Really?

Your dog whistles no longer work in the world. In fact, it makes them see you with more suspicion and wariness. As it should be.

Slaughter any kidnapped gentiles lately?


Ruins and suffering Al-Falouja UN school siege aftermath

There are no Israeli hostages. It's a fiction. A BIG lie so they can claim to keep burning down Gaza.


Run from the soon to be dead vax shills

Fake Christian - nephy imposter. Like Ken Copeland, your time is OVER.