Following the Science?

 

EVERYONE from clergy to politicians have repeatedly said we must “follow the science”.

But have lockdowns, PCR testing, social distancing, masking, and “vaccination” actually been following the science? In this powerful exposé by award winning documentarian Mark Mallett, you’ll hear renowned scientists explain how the path we’re on may not be “following the science” at all… but a path to unspeakable sorrows.Continue reading

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Not a Moral Obligation

 

Man tends by nature toward the truth.
He is obliged to honor and bear witness to it…
Men could not live with one another if there were not mutual confidence
that they were being truthful to one another.
Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), n. 2467, 2469

 

ARE you being pressured by your company, school board, spouse or even bishop to be vaccinated? The information in this article will give you clear, legal, and moral grounds, should it be your choice, to reject forced inoculation.Continue reading

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Grave Warnings

 

Mark Mallett is a former television reporter with CTV Edmonton and award-winning documentarian and the author of The Final Confrontation and The Now Word.


 

IT is increasingly the mantra of our generation — the “go to” phrase to seemingly end all discussions, resolve all problems, and calm all troubled waters: “Follow the science.” During this pandemic, you hear politicians breathlessly evoke it, bishops repeating it, laity wielding it and social media proclaiming it. The problem is that some of the most credible voices in the fields of virology, immunology, microbiology, etc. today are being silenced, suppressed, censored or ignored at this hour. Hence, “follow the science” de facto means “follow the narrative.”

And that is potentially catastrophic if the narrative is not ethically grounded.Continue reading

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