A very strange article appeared on Robert Malone’s widely-read substack blog on Tuesday July 18, 2023. For anyone who doesn’t know, Malone (pictured above) is regarded by some as one of the whistle-blowing heroes of the Covid debacle, a scientist involved in developing mRNA technology who questions the safety and efficacy of the current “vaccines”, and is also a
This is still up. https://budbromley.blog/2022/02/17/dr-robert-malone-in-hawaii-in-talk-story-with-children/ See what it tells you about Dr. Malone and his Dr. wife. In the end he is still promoting vaxxes. I believe the only thing to say to kids asking about vaxxination is to run as fast as possible in the opposite direction to anyone promoting the killer jabs. Out of respect they call him Uncle, turns my stomach to hear that.
Does Malone represent a "Plan B" for global capitalism? That is, if the Liberal version fails, the Conservative version kicks in? That way they keep the pendulum of the Left/Right theater going?
They are "good" Globalists.
I stopped reading Malone after about the fifth post he wrote about his wife and his farm and his travels, in which process of reading I felt like a total loser, like I am unworthy of reading such fabulous wisdom from such an accomplished man, who actually created RNA and DNA, not the great spirit God....
I have found him "sketchy as all get out" since finding him online back in 2020. He is everywhere and he has his hands in everything. I have watched him talk about "A" as though he were in favor of it when in fact he is actually representing "B" by using careful language and by positioning himself carefully. If you listen to him talk to the children in a video made in Hawaii in 2020, about the "vaccine" verses the "virus", it is very clear what is going on there. The man is not here to help. That's my personal opinion. I don't trust him as far as I could throw him AND his grandma. (sorry grandma, you are probably cool, it's not your fault).
Gandhi encouraged the Indian population to boycott imported clothing because he saw that millions of people would lose purpose and income and community.
I forget the name of the Chinese Taoist hundreds of years ago was confronted by the beurocrats on the banks of a stream and asked he he would take a position in governing the people. His reply was " I would rather sit here squeezing mud between my toes."
We need involuntary leaders!!!!.
Some of the things he says sound eerily like they could have come from Bill Gates. Not a good look...
“These [sic] is a waste of human labor. Labor that could be put to better and more productive uses”.
I had concerns about this statement in Robert Malone's piece. The whole piece seemed to me to be written by someone who didn't really know the issues but wanted to be in on the conversation. Maybe I was being naive, but it seemed the he was ill-informed rather than intentional in his stance. Regardless, it is harmful to support a position that you don't have full knowledge on.
I am writing a piece on motherhood...thinking of calling it "Keeping the Home Fires Burning". My main point will be the undervaluing of the role of the stay-at-home mother (or parent of any kind). These women and girls are labouring for their families...what greater productivity is there??!!
I don't know too much about Malone except what he has said about himself when describing his background. According to him his father and his wife's father held significant positions within DARPA or the Pentagon.
At one point Malone had mentioned developing a different type of vaxx for COVID which would've been ludicrous since why would you need a vaxx for a scamdemic.
That being said, it's difficult to tell where anyone is really coming from as everyone is being attacked and propagandized from a "different angle," but amazingly populations who believe their ideologies are opposing are in reality being herded into the same One World Governance.
You've referenced many of the same materials I've read. I also read George Webb's Substack filled with information he and his team have dug-up about Malone and which they continue to append. Webb is compelled to continue to needle Malone who has legal law suits against Dr. Jane Ruby and Dr. Peter Breggins with his wife, Ginger for $25,000,000.00 apiece and made claims proven untrue by both in their Broadcasts. Of course, it's all a threat and his goal is to SHUT THEM BOTH DOWN...
MALONE'S ARE HIDING SOMETHING HUGE ABOUT THEMSELVES AS SO MANY AMONG THE ESTABLISHMENT RULING SCIENCE GURU'S NOW DO.
Some people talk about other people and some people talk about ideas.
Some of us think about ideas we like from another person. We take them on board, work with them, we integrate them, change them, evolve them into our world view, and move on one bit more educated than we were before. Once we have done our work on their ideas, the person who initially expressed them becomes irrelevant. They are now our ideas, thankyou.
Some of us reject some ideas from another person that we do not resonate with. We do not take them on board. We feel qualified to make that decision - the decision about how much of another person's ideas we should take on board and how much we should reject. We can actually do that; accept some ideas from a person and reject others. We do not have to agree 100% with everything they say to be able to extract what resonates and reject what does not from any single person.
It seems to me that this article is like so many - testosterone fuelled. This man is not saying exactly what I want him to say so I will kill him. And it is telling the rest of us not to trust this man and take ANYTHING he says on board. Whoopie, are we not capable ourselves of working out what does or does not resonate? Are we so irresponsible that we need one man to tell us not to trust another man, at all, to any degree? Why would we believe either, in that case?
So I ask myself, without re-reading the article, what is my "take-away" from spending my time reading this article for the first time. In what way did Paul Cudenac add value to my understanding of life. Well actually, the only thing I remember from the article is the fact of his assault on Malone. That was my only takeaway. So then I went back and re-read the article to see if I could find any ideas that add to my understanding of life. Well, yes, once I filter out the rubbish about Malone, there is a discussion hidden under there that we really DO need to have. We need to be talking about what kind of social/political/economic organisation can bring about the most desirable living conditions for the greatest number of people. Do we want more industrialization, ARE we better of with or without washing machines?
But that was lost on me. The only thing I recalled from the article is the continuation of the sport of Malone bashing. And that is all everyone else heard as well, if the comments here are anything to go by - almost all Malone bashing and none about what level of industrialization we really want. Do we want a world in which women "are put to use"? Do we really care about what Malone thinks? What do WE think? And once we know, how are we going to go about creating the system we want?
Let's leave Malone with his horses, and move on!
I have, myself, in Anno Domini 2021, washed my clothes by hand in a clear mountain stream. For several months, that was what I had available. It is not pleasant nor is it fun. If you have never had to do so, you are very blessed.
Shakers in Ohio and elsewhere invented many gadgets and tools and machines for doing work faster so they could spend more time in prayer. People have invented many things to make life easier. Otherwise they would rarely have time to read what you write.
I don't care much for Malone's way of talking about putting labour to better use. But putting it to less arduous work and having a few nice things is good. I despise the way the useless leaders want to consume the labour of others.
But I suspect that you don't want 5 billion more readers, do you? Because they would need computers to see your words. And power to run those devices.