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The following program is sponsored by What's Right, What's Left Ministries and is responsible for its content. I am Pastor Ernie Sanders, the voice of the Christian Resistance. Stay tuned, my radio broadcast, What's Right, What's Left is coming up right now.

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I can tune into your show and hear the unvarnished truth. Thank you. This is What's Right, What's Left with Pastor Ernie Sanders. Good evening and welcome to another edition of What's Right, What's Left on this 22nd day of June.

Right? And tonight we have on the board Courageous Craig. Good evening everybody. And it's Wendy Wilson Wednesday. That's right, Wendy Wilson Wednesday. And we have Wendy. Are you there, Wendy? I'm here, Pastor. Good evening. Good evening, young lady. We got a lot to talk about tonight. A lot.

And, but first we're, we have some very serious things to do. One of them is I wanted to give our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of Joe Sulek. Joe Sulek was a longtime, longtime friend for many, many years. He was active. He was a pro-life activist. He would come out and he was one of the missionaries to the unborn.

He would come out to the abortion mills even in his senior years. And Joe was about 88, I believe. And he went home to be with the Lord Monday. And so, Joe, we, we're going to miss you a lot.

And I know that the last couple of years your health has not been very good, but, but you stood in there and you fought a good fight and you ran a good race. And again, our most sincere condolences to Joe and his family. Also, I wanted to say tonight we have Tracy who has, there in Texas and she's in the hospital and she's got some kidney failures and she's in serious condition and they've asked for prayer for her. So, we're going to say a prayer for Tracy right now. Heavenly Father, Lord God, we don't know all of the, we don't know all of the situation, but we do know that her family is requesting that she has prayer. She's not in good condition, so we just want to hold Tracy up and ask Father God, Lord, that you might touch her, Lord, that she might be healed. And we're told that she, she knows you, that she's a Christian. And so, we just would, again, hold her up and ask Father God, Lord, that you would bless her with all of the blessings that you would have for her and that you would touch her and that she would be healed.

And Lord, now, and I want to say amen. Now, I want to say too, we have another very serious situation, but I'm going to wait to the bottom of the hour when John McTernan joins us and gives us the entire story. Folks, John Holman who has been one of the, well, one of the contributors, co-host of this radio program every Friday night for a long time, John Holman died today. And he was, then he was, he was brought back to life and then apparently he died again and they have not been able to resuscitate him, but they've been on.

From the last I heard today, this morning, he was on the equipment to save, to try to just keep him going, but more information, I'm going to wait to the bottom of the hour until John McTernan joins us because he has more on the story. And so, we'll tell you then, but we want to pray for John Holman's family, his wife and his family and just ask, Lord, Heavenly Father, Lord God, that you would be a comfort to the wife and the family at this time, Lord, and again, you would be there, be a comfort to them and again our most sincere condolences. In Jesus' name we pray. Amen.

Amen. We'll be hearing more when John calls in tonight at the bottom of the hour. Now, anyhow, we want to get started tonight. We have Wendy Wilson with us and now is a good time to stock up with natural, real natural medicines, folks.

And we'll give you this phone number out during, over the program tonight, but it's 866-229-3663. You see the way things are going. You need to stock up on food, water, medicine, real natural medicines, okay, and guns and ammo because our nation is being pushed.

They're trying to, the communist collective, the death mob, the death mob, the corruption, they're pushing this nation to a civil war. So, Wendy, I encourage the folks to do, to use good common sense, stock up, and again, Wendy's number is 866-229-3663. I would get the natural medicines while you can because that may be hard to do, too, as we get closer to the Lord's return and closer to what's happening here. So, with that, Wendy, the title of the message was The Fatherhood of God and Man, The Fatherhood of God and Man. And we started out with The Fatherhood of God as we should go with God first, huh? And so we talked about the fatherhood, him being the fatherhood, the father, the natural father of all men, the fatherhood of Israel, and the fatherhood of the Gentiles, and the Gentiles of the Christians. So, tonight we're going to pick it up with the duties of a father toward his children, the duties of a father toward his children.

And we're going to start in Genesis 37, Genesis 37, and we're going to pick it up with verse 3. And so here, now Israel loved Joseph, Israel was Jacob, it was another name for Jacob was Israel, loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age, and he made him a coat of many colors. And when his brethren saw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and they could not speak peaceably unto him.

Wendy, you know, this, when we take a look at Joseph's family here, we see a dysfunctional family. Did parents ever outwardly show favoritism? Now, look, it's a natural thing, it's just something that you can't help often, that you're going to love one child more than another. But in doing that as a parent, and you know, because you're a parent, as I am, should you ever, in other words, outwardly show favoritism towards children other than for their behavior?

Well, no, but we're all very much in effect, and we may not realize we're doing certain things. And you also interact with children differently based on the child's unique, being unique and different. So your approach is, and you may be different based on the child's temperament, but you know, the Bible says don't provoke your children, too. Well, so in this case here, you know, it's not an unusual thing for the youngest child, the baby child, sometimes to be spoiled, you know?

And here, in this case, this child, he, well, he didn't have, you might say he didn't have really good human or person skills when it comes to communication. And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told his brethren, and they hated him yet the more. And he said it to them, here I pray you this dream, which I have dreamed, for behold, we were binding sheaves in the field, and lo, my sheaf arose and stood upright, and behold, your sheaves stood around about and made upseance to my sheaf.

And the brethren said to him, shalt thou indeed reign over us, or shalt thou indeed have dominion over us? And they hated him yet more for his dreams and for his words. Was it a, was that a kind of a smart thing for the youngest brother, to tell his older brothers, he got 11 of them there? It was kind of naive of Joseph to just share that and get offended. But it seems to me, I could be wrong, Joseph was more of an intellectual, he was more introverted and very bright, I believe. Well, and he, he was honest, but he didn't use his people skills very well, did he? Okay, look, you're the youngest of 12 brothers, the last thing you want to tell, or 11 brothers, the last thing you want to do is get them all angry at you, right?

Yeah, yeah. And so, and he dreamed, he had another dream, and he told his brethren, and he said, behold, I've dreamed a dream more, and behold, the sun and the moon and the 11 stars made up scenes to me. And he told it to his father, okay, now this is where he really goes, goes wrong here, and he told it to his father and to his brethren, and his father rebuked him and said unto him, what is this dream that thou has dreamed? Shall I and thy mother and thy brethren indeed come and bow down ourselves to, unto thee, to the earth? And his brothers envied him, but his father observed the saying, now why do you think, why do you think that Jacob wasn't more harsh, and when he observed the saying of his young, of Joseph? What was the saying?

Well, the saying was that the father and his brethren were all going to bow down to him. Oh, the saying of his dream, okay. Yeah. Well, I guess, yeah, he reflected a little bit and thought, you know, well, because God does communicate by dreams sometimes, so you're probably wondering what plans must the Lord have in store for him. It seemed like Jacob had some of those dreams himself, didn't he? Yeah, yeah. Okay, so then he understood that God communicated with dreams, and when he heard this, he was thinking, hmm, I'm wondering what, if there's something to all this, right? Right, yeah. Well, here we see that his brothers, this caused his brothers to be so jealous, they were willing to, they wanted to kill him, but the one brother said, no, let's not do that, let's not do that, okay. And so they sold him into slavery, didn't they?

Yeah, they did. Now Joseph was, he was one of those people, did you ever come across people that are, and I mean it's a good quality to be honest, okay, and say what you mean, but, and there are people that will say the right thing, but they'll do it at the wrong time in the wrong place. Do you ever see that? Right.

They just don't have, well, I guess what you would call street, people's skills, yeah. Right. And so here, Joseph was that way, and so he gets sold and he ends up in Potiphar's house, and so Potiphar had a wife, and nowadays they would call him a hot wife, or what they would call a cougar, right?

Oh, yeah. And so she, she had plans for her and Joseph, which Joseph didn't go along with, so Joseph was very, was honest about it. You heard the old saying, a woman scorned, there's no, hell hath no fury, and so she had, she was, she was angry at him, she wanted to get revenge because he, you know, he turned her down, and he rejected her, and so he ended up spending more than half his life in prison as he grew up before he got out, and did his dream come to pass? Yes, it did. How many years was he in prison?

I believe he was in, if I remember right, for about 20 years. That's a long time. Yeah. And so, anyhow, so there you go, now, now the thing here was love. Okay, this was, a father was to love his children, that's one, one of the duties of a father is to love his children, how, where did that come in here, what was the, the love here in this? Well, the father seemed to show more favoritism to Joseph, and it just didn't sit well with the other boys, so, in order to equal the playing field, they got rid of the one that they were jealous of.

Right. And so, his, his, his job was to try to show them, to try to show that love equally, huh? And, here was, and so he made, you're right about that, you know, I've, I've seen families where, you know, the youngest gets away with more, you know, yeah, yeah, yeah, we've, definitely, that's definitely usually the way it is, yeah.

And so, you ever wonder why that is, is it just because, you know, you're, you're, you're, you're getting older and you're, you just don't want to put forth the effort, what is that? Well, I've done some, you know, some studies in that, where it seems like the first born male, the first born male is usually someone who looks towards their very goal oriented, their goal, they end up usually being engineers or, in a case, you know, very goal and, and pretty usually, now this isn't a, in all cases, but this, there's a tendency in this direction, where the, usually like the middle, the middle, let's say you had four or three or four sons, and he's usually an entrepreneur, and, you know, he's usually more the middle son, usually gets involved, and this is, again, like I said, one of the studies we had, and the youngest usually stays at home, lives at home the longest, leaves the, the house the latest, and usually does not, is not that motivated as the other two. And so, that's according to the study that I read, and so, yeah, and, you know, and when I think about that, when I start thinking about some of the families, I know that kind of applies in a lot of cases.

And so, now, let's go over to instruct. Let's go over to Proverbs chapter one, and in Proverbs chapter one, we're going to read this, My son, hear the instruction of thy father, and forsake not the law of thy mother, for they shall be an ornament of grace unto thy head, and chains about thy neck. Okay, so here, when we take a look at that, he's instructing the father, instructing the son, and to, well, one of the things when he talks about, and forsake not the law of thy mother. What do you think he means by laws of thy mother?

Probably respecting the wife, the mother, you can tell a lot about people and how they treat their other family members, their parents, you know. Yeah, do you, is there a tendency for women to favor their sons more than their daughters, and a tendency for the fathers to favor the daughters more than the mothers? Yeah, it's a tendency for that, mhm.

Okay, so here, yeah, I've seen that a lot too. So here, the instruction of thy father, the instruction of thy father, as we see, that God has given man, the father, the position of the head of the house, and the son and the wife, both are supposed to listen to the instructions of the father. What do you think that is? Well somebody has to be a leader, you know, and the head of the house, and then the woman is the helpmate under him, and if you've got two of them in agreement, they're very strong and they can raise a family very well. Okay, so we see that God made man in his image, and he made woman in the image of man, and then he made man and woman in his image, so we see something interesting there. Here and then the woman was taken out of the man to be at his side, okay, as the helpmate, and the children were to obey their parents, right? Right.

And so that's where he comes when he says, and forsake not the law of thy mother, for thy shall be an ornament of grace unto thy head, and chains about thy neck. You know, what are some of the ways do you think that mothers are much better at instructing their children in some areas, where it comes to, I don't know, having what they call the mothering instinct, or you know, taking care of the children, wiping their nose, I mean, do you think that's what he's talking about in those areas where mom says, wash your hands? Yeah, probably, you know, the hand that rocks the cradle, right? Yeah. So, so definitely, yeah, moms, you know, you've probably heard they're better at multitasking, typically not all men can multitask, and some men are good at it, but I don't know, observation through people I've seen, men are a little bit more quick tempered, a little bit more of a hothead, women are seeing, they seem to be more patient with young children, I think. Yeah, yeah, I would agree, I saw an example that multitasking, it was an interesting thing some years ago, I had taken my boy out, we were going out, my son and I, we went camping, and when we, there was this little, like a little country restaurant and country store, and as we went to get some breakfast, we sat outside, there was a very, there was a small room and a table, and it had about ten men sitting at that table, and these were pastors in there, and one was, one would be speaking, they would take turns, and outside that, this little room, sat their wives, and their wives were all on these tables, there was like four of them, and as, if you look inside, you saw the glass, the one man would speak and the other would listen, but the women were all talking at the same time, and I was, I was watched at one table where you had these four women, and at the other table behind them, you had another four women, and they were all talking at the same time, and the one woman who was talking to the three at her table, lays back, and she's, she's talking, she's answering the ones behind her, in other words, she was not only in the conversation with the three at her table, but she was listening to the ones behind her, and I said, I said, I showed my son, I said, you see this, and he said, how do they do that, and I said, I don't know how they do that, you know, but, but, Well, think about it, think about it, you know, you got a kid on your hip, your manor, you're talking on the phone, you're helping them with homework, it's, yeah, you just find a way to do all that stuff, you know, I can remember, my oldest boy, when he was 10, was modeling for Belk's, and I had to drive him to modeling appointments, but he was also being homeschooled, and I can remember, he had an audition for a TV commercial, and I had to drive him all the way to the beach area, which was a four hour drive, and so, on the way there, I taught a couple of lessons, and then he had the audition, and then on the way back, I taught more lessons, driving, and teaching, at the same time.

Well, if anybody could do it, it would be you, alright? He goes on to say, my son of sinners enticed he could set thou not, here's where the instruction comes in, if they say come with us and let us lay weight for blood, let us lurk privately for the innocent without cause, let us swallow them up alive as the grave and whole as those that go down to the pit, we shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil, cast in thy lot among us, let us all have one person, that's socialism and communism, there, my son, walk not in the ways with them, and refrain thy foot from their past, so what is he telling them here? He's telling them here, they have nothing to do, and have nothing to do with this world, he's telling them to, he's instructing them, the Father was to instruct them in values, in morals, in priorities, and to teach them to have a deep reverence, the most important thing is to bring them up in the ammunition of the Lord and have a deep reverence for God, and so, and then to instruct their children in the same manner, and so, hey tight, we'll be back right after this with more. He was born of Elizabeth, the son of Zachariah, sent by God the Father to proclaim the Messiah, he was as bold as a lion, he knew no fear, an awesome man, and a coat of camel hair, big John, big Baptist John, big John, in the wilderness of Judea, you could hear him there, he was preaching repentance, it was very loud and clear, oh generation of vipers who have warned you to flee from the wrath to come, better listen Pharisee, he preached to the sinner, the thief and the liar, only one way out of that burning lake of fire, the truth thundered forth from this righteous man, and those that believed found the promised land, big Baptist John, chosen by the Father to baptize the son, it was there in the Jordan, this awesome thing was done, the Holy Ghost ascended as if it were a dove, a mighty voice thundered from heaven above, this is my son in whom I am well pleased, John his friend, none greater than he, he told all the people about God the son, he never quit preaching till the job was done, big Baptist John, now two thousand years later the story is still being told, how he was thrown into prison for being so bold, he was martyred for God, to him it was an honor, he earned himself a mansion, heaven way out yonder, big John, now John's enemies they perished in the shame, but John took his place in the saints hall of fame, now in heaven above the angels understood, when John preached repentance, he sure did good, Baptist John, now there's one thing John wants you to know, it's a fearful matter to lose your own soul, to call upon the Lord while you still can, better take the advice of this mighty righteous man, big Baptist John, big Baptist John, big Baptist John, big Baptist John, big Baptist John, big Baptist John, and we were waiting on John McTernan to call in and give us an update on John Holman, and well while we're waiting on that, Wendy, what were you, I'm going to turn you loose, but just before we do, John McTernan, if he does call in to give us an update, we'll have to go to that, I wanted to say this too, I really appreciate, I really do appreciate all you folks that have been calling in, begging us not to go off the air there in Tampa and San Diego and Atlanta, believe me, we want to stay on as much as you want us on, my promise is we will do everything within our power to stay on there, I know I'm getting a lot of phone calls and people are saying you know, we don't want you to go, we want you to stay, and I will do all I can, here's what you do right now for us, keep us in prayer on this, and here's why, when you give your notice like this and we were forced to do that, then that air time becomes open for sale to other people, and we're hoping that the cases that we don't have, that we can, I'm going to be talking with come, well let me see here, probably Monday, and I'm going to see, between now and then, we really need to get a good turnout, if you folks have gotten your nose letter and your return envelopes, if you could mail them in early, mail them in early, I know sometimes you wait until the end of the month or whatever, but mail them in early, that will help us a lot, if we can get that, but I will be talking and I promise you, I will do everything we can to stay on those stations, we don't want to go off, we've made a lot of friends, I hear from you guys out there all the time, so pray for us, pray for us, would you do that, okay, and that the Lord will guide us in this here, now we have John McKernan is here with us now, John, give us the update on John Holman if you can. Yeah, I talked to his wife earlier, Pastor Ernie, and it was a real serious heart attack, they have him on life support, and his heart is not working, they have a pump circulating the blood, and they're going to wait for two or three days, this is the latest, to take a look at his heart to see how much damage was done, and if it can be repaired, so that's the latest, he's in a coma, and on life support. Would you lead us in a prayer for him, lead us in a prayer for John, and also for the Lord to be a comforter to his family? Yes, especially his mother, especially his mother's mother. John's mother is still alive?

Wow. Yeah, she's 95, sharp as can be, and she's a widow, and John was always there for her and taking care of her needs and that, so this is a big loss, a big shock to his mother. She must have been very young when he was born then, so alright, well go ahead and lead us into that prayer. Yeah, Father, we have Brother John before you, Lord, and he's your servant, he loves you, he greatly honors your word, I mean, I don't know really anyone that honors your word more than him, Lord, I've learned a lot with him through the years, and now, Lord, this is a great time of need, he has had a heart attack, and it's going to take a couple days for this to settle out to see exactly what's happened, and Lord, you didn't take him right away, and I'm asking, Lord, that you spare him for more, Lord, you spare him for more time, Lord, and that you would bless his mother and comfort her, I'm sure she's in shock, the Lord was speaking directly to John's heart, that you would, by the power of the Holy Spirit, restore his heart so it would function normally again, that's what we're asking, that the power of the Holy Spirit would move, Lord, through him there, and touch and heal his heart in Jesus' name. Amen.

In Jesus' name, amen. Pastor Ernie, I was talking to him Monday, and he said his pulse would not come down, he had a high pulse, and he was concerned about it, so he went to the doctor yesterday, and I didn't hear from him after he went to the doctor, and then this morning I was notified by his wife, and the way she texted me, the way it was, was John died, but through CPR they brought him back, and he's in the hospital now, she doesn't know what's going on, but she did say he died, and they brought him back through CPR. Well, he did call me last Friday, he called me and said he was not able to do the program, he was not feeling very good, he was seriously ill, and that was last Friday, so all righty, well, all you folks out there, if you'll keep John in prayer, I know we'd appreciate it, and I know John would appreciate it, we would, you know, prayer is important, very important.

All righty, John, would you want to stay with Wendy, Wendy is a smart little woman, and she's going to tell us about some things, and so you just hang in there, and co-host with us tonight, if you would, okay, so, Ms. Wendy, take it away. Okay, well, hey John, nice to see or hear your voice, we're going to talk about preparing for the monkey pox, okay, you've heard about monkey pox, and it's been all over the media, and monkey pox is really monkeys in labs that were injected with smallpox, and they developed monkey pox, and monkey pox is similar to smallpox, but virulent, in other words, it's not as, I guess, deadly, that's another way of saying it, and the other thing is, is the monkey pox will have the same symptoms as smallpox, with one exception, it'll also have inflammatory gland issues, lymphatic glands, now, did you hear that the CDC had tried to mandate travelers to wear masks, traveling by plane, to prevent the spread of monkey pox, did you hear about that, Pastor? Yeah, I did, and I also heard that on come the 25th, which would be, I believe, would be Friday, or Saturday, they were going to, the WHO, the World Health, was going to mandate that we go back to the masks, and go back to, you know, sheltering in, and trying to push that whole control thing on us again, and now it looks like they're thinking, well, the people aren't going to fall for it again, so we'll see if they actually, go ahead. Yeah, you're exactly right, because they wanted people that traveled by plane to mask up and social distance and all that, but that didn't fly, no pun intended, people started pushing back, because they had some understanding of this disease, that it's, you know, usually transferred through body fluids, so now, of course, you've probably heard some of these infectious disease experts on the TV being interviewed, saying that you can, you can catch it through, you know, droplets, you know, breathing in droplets, that would happen in the past, or if you were taking care of somebody that was infected with smallpox in your room for a while, a long time, so that's typically how you would get it, breathing it in, is if you were a caregiver for someone sick with it, now, wanted to mention that in 1977, you probably know this, 1977, they said smallpox was abolished, they quit given the vaccine, right, and here is a quote from Amanda McIntyre, she's a professor of infectious disease and epidemiology at Australia University in New South Wales, she said, this can happen and spread around the world in weeks, we modeled our worst case scenario, as case, the impact on the world would be worse than a nuclear attack, and it would take over four years to control the epidemic, so they're priming the pump with fear, and that you're right, I think they're pushing to another lockdown and more control and all that stuff, but you know, within days of announcing this monkey pox infectious disease, the epidemiology experts in bioterrorism were already designing an outbreak scene for world leaders, so you got to remember, cooperation is pretty critical, and it is expected that world leaders and its citizens accept preventative steps, so they're going to expect people to comply like they did with COVID, Professor McIntyre says, it's critical that all efforts and resources be focused on the source of the epidemic on the area of the world which struggles to achieve containment, so anything that doesn't comply is going to be noticed, now Professor McIntyre also says in the United States, there's enough small pox vaccine on hand for all the US population, and this in itself should tell you something, right Pastor? Yeah, it should, I understood they had the, they already had a supply of this monkey pox back, I don't think they had enough for the world, but they had a supply back in 2019. Well now, the vaccines have very short shelf life, small pox, the short shelf life, now here's something interesting, in 2003, when pandemics were not quite the plot yet in our world, but they were, we were coming off the financial meltdown and things like that, there was this report from UCLA Department of Epidemiology School of Public, and it stated that due to a lack of demand, the US destroyed over 81,000 doses, which is 810 vials of small pox vaccine, and that's a thousand vials contained in those doses, and the small pox vaccine has a 90 day shelf life, an expiration date, the cost of a small pox vaccine, a non-replicating strain is $4.85, replicating strain $28.50, and administrative costs and training to distribute the vaccine is $257.44, so the US government has invested $82,560 to cover our US population with small pox vaccine, when it's prepared to use it in a short shelf life, so I believe they hope to get people vaccinated with this before the end of this year, but here's something so incredibly interesting, and Sanders and Pastor John, check this out, in 2003, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health received a million dollars to run their small pox campaign, although it didn't include the cost of the vaccine, because it was given the vaccine by the federal government, now the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease testified before the Senate panel in 2003, that the nation had 15 million doses of small pox vaccine in reserve, and that testing showed that the available vaccine would retain its potency, even if they diluted it to create as many as 75 million doses, so I thought that was an interesting statement, so if the vaccine has diluted 500%, they're saying it's still potent enough to protect you from small pox, so what that tells you is, the original dose is very toxic.

That's what it sounds like to me. Yep, yep, now according to the UCLA Department of Allergy School of Public Health, they said small pox was officially eradicated in 1977, with the last naturally occurring case reported in Somalia, but the attacks of September 11th, as well as the arrival of X-laden letters, remember those? They say, fueled fears, it has fueled fears of rogue agents attempting to use small pox as a tool of terrorism, end of quote, but here's another interesting little tidbit, so we're coming off the COVID-19 experimental vaccine thing, and, you know, that back some devastating effects, some sketchy reports of effectiveness, so now we're hearing the small pox, monkey pox, and we're saying, they're saying that the vaccine is safe, and they're going to say, well, it's not an experimental vaccine, it's been around for decades, so they're going to negate that argument, however, here's an admission from, on the small pox vaccine, this is from UCLA Department of Epidemiology, they said, the small pox inoculation campaign was hampered from its inception, first by concerns among healthcare workers over who would pay their medical bills if they felt ill from the vaccine, and whether they would be continued to get paid while recovering, so the vaccine, they say, is generally safe, but compared to immunizations widely given today, it does have a higher risk, with previous experience showing one to two recipients per million die as a result of receiving it, but I dug up other statistics faster, 29% of those vaccinated with small pox have encephalitis of the brain, swelling of the brain, and die, and 5% get what is called a vaccine necrosis, and it kills your cells, and the cells die, and you die, so those are very different statistics than one or two in a million. Well.

Mm-hmm. So, do you know what the side effects are from the pox virus? No, I'll bet McKernan don't know. Well apparently, itching, swollen lymph nodes, sore armpit at the injection site, and you know, sore arm at the injection site, fever, headaches, aches, rash, fatigue, the life threatening reactions are acute eczema, rash, no one with eczema should ever get this vaccine, they will die from an extreme case of eczema, got to remember your skin is the largest organ of the body, also necrosis, ulceration in the skin, encephalitis, brain swelling, and death, now do you know there's a hemorrhagic small pox version of the virus, did you know that? No, I didn't know that. Okay, so if you get small pox, you get those sores all over your body, those sores in that instance would bleed, okay, now the thing to remember is, you know, God's given us some herbs that have inhibitors to hemorrhagic fever viruses, and also the small pox, okay, now the Native American Indians discovered an herb or a plant that has an inhibitor to small pox, and how do you suppose they discovered that, Pastor? Well, I don't know how they discovered that, but they probably, I know that the small pox was spread through, and what was the other that was spread through, that was brought over here from Europe, and the Indians were infected with that, and there was a unique virus to them, you're right, it was a European virus, they had never seen it before, but the Native American Indians always relied on natural plants for wellness, so remember they got blankets that were laced with small pox for me?

Yeah, they had fleas, I think, that were in the blankets that helped spread it. And so they had to find something pretty quickly, so they're the ones that discovered the pitch pitcher's plant has a natural inhibitor to small pox, and I was looking up some research on small pox clinical trials, and here it is, Public Library of Science, this is 2012, where they say in a nutshell, when they put small pox in a petri dish, the virus, and then they introduced the pitcher plant, it destroyed the small pox. But whatever made them think, to begin with, that this pitcher plant might do that, do you think that they just said, look, we know that something out there has got to do it, and they just started trying different plants? They may have, but here's the interesting thing about the pitcher plant, it's of the genus family as the Venus flytrap plant, you know what the Venus flytrap plant is, right? Yeah, yeah, I used to have one of those when I was a kid. Okay, so the pitcher's plant got its name because it grows into a shape, it looks like a spout to a pitcher, okay, you pour water in a pitcher. And they're basically kind of the same kind of colors as your Venus flytrap, they're bright green, a little bit of orange or red or yellow, they're very much an ornamental plant, and that's how they're grown today, they're not really grown as bulk medicinals, you know, they're grown as ornamentals, so they're kind of hard to get because of that very reason.

Now we were able to get some of these plants, roots, and seeds from the pitcher's plant, and we've put together a formula which we hope to release in a couple of weeks. Very, very good. This is what I was telling people, they need to stock up on that. John, are you still there with us? Is John still... Is John? John, are you...

I'm here, best friend. Oh yeah, okay. Can you get me out of here?

Oh, I was wondering, you know, because you haven't said anything, and... Well, what am I going to say, I'm just absorbing things. All right, well I thought you might have some questions, you know, because, you know, here... Now this is an amazing thing, so you're preparing, you're going to get your medicine, your real natural medicine, and you're going to have a dose of this when they start, in case they start trying to dump the monkey pox on us. From what I understand about the monkey pox, it's spread, 98% of them are spread by sodomites, and homosexual acts. Well, there's your body fluids, you know, again. So, and the other thing is, remember we mentioned the hemorrhagic version of smallpox? So, Gentian root has an inhibitor to hemorrhagic fevers, Ebola, the hemorrhagic smallpox, so you've got Gentian root too. Now we already have that, basically been used for a long time as a digestive aid.

It helps prevent overeating, it also helps food move out of the stomach in a timely manner, but it also has this wonderful inhibitor to hemorrhagic viruses. Yeah, who would have known? And now, people ought to really get your catalog, because what Wendy's saying out there, folks, in her little catalog, she explains all of these things, the different herbs and the different that you need for, you know, like I'm just looking here, she's got a pandemic kit to protect yourself from mutating pathogens that are resistant to anti-german site herbs or immune boosting herbs, you know, and the kit, she has all of this stuff, she's got American ginseng, euthanasia, anyhow, so you've got all of these things, then you have also a pneumonia kit, you've got a snake bite and spider bite poisonous venomous bites kit, the power herbs kit, you've got, I mean, folks, get this little catalog, you'll love it, you'll absolutely love it, and you can get it, Mike. Yeah. Hester, did you hear where the federal government now, there was this report, the CDC admitted that they're looking at new data available that the COVID-19 vaccine increases shingles cases 4,000%, so now what they're thinking is people that have contracted, I guess, COVID, in whatever way you want to think of it, probably through vaccine, I would think, they said they may not have monkeypox or smallpox, it could be just chickenpox that they've mistaken, and it's shingles, really, so they may be inoculating people for monkeypox, but it's really the COVID instigating a reaction to shingles, the chickenpox. I do know that the medical association, AMA, and that they have really lost a lot of credibility, they've taken a huge hit with their credibility, and so much malpractice, and I've got a bunch of articles here, we're coming up to a break, and after that break, I want to read you some of these articles and have both of you comment on it. Are you ready for that?

I guess I am. All right, there you go, so we've got about 30 seconds left. When we come back, a bombshell, we just touched on this about a week or so ago, Pfizer's own documents admit that the RNA COVID vaccines will result in mass depopulation. We hit on this, and now I'll read you some of this and have you guys comment, and then also death claims up 6 billion, fifth largest life insurance company in the world, be right back with more. Don't go away. We've got more to come. We'll be right back. We'll be right back.
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