Death camps. Boy, you say it... Straight out.

You are one truth telling, brave warrior woman. You will be picked for very important post as we rebuild society.

When people read your posts, the fooled, they will love and trust you.

I'm in TX and went thru terror of these camps in Australia, Az, Washington alone, so when I hear it called straight out death camp... Well, there's A damn adult in the room

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Nov 4, 2022Liked by Katherine Watt

Over the entrance of each camp , there must be erected an arched facade reading, “Arbeit Macht Frei”. Just so no one gets the wrong message, of course. We are, naturally, a caring government of caring people.

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Nov 4, 2022·edited Nov 4, 2022Liked by Katherine Watt

The list of states that have adopted isolation/quarantine provisions has been updated since 2012. It now includes CA and CO and others not on the 2012 list - a total of 48 states. From 2021 -


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Wow...I'll better start to look for differences between china and united states, don't know if I will find too many.

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Another national "push" enabled by 9-11 and the Patriot Act. Already in the works, of course.

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Recommend everyone read the book "Cleansing the Fatherland: Nazi Medicine& Racial Hygiene." Informs much of what we are seeing today. Wish I'd read this when it published in 1994.

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why is the Biden administration continuing EUA under the pretext of monkeypox pandemic? Seems like a form of soft martial law?

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When these state statutes were being drafted, how many people questioned them? I know that I’m guilty of being asleep at the wheel while my state was enacting these laws. I’m committed to being more active following my state legislature, especially now that this “pandemic” has opened my eyes to the fraud that is virology, scientific “research”, modern medicine, pharmacology, governments, and NGO’s. We citizens have to be knowledgeable, otherwise our rights get chipped away piece by piece. I pray it’s not too late, but I’m afraid it might be.

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Thanks for keeping it real, Katherine.

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This would be good to post on any article on pathetic oster

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It would seem that upon the CDC / Pfizer providing information that the covid is not a communicable disease, the idea of quantize or 'death' camps is mute. So why if there are bills drawn up, they too should be declared mute and destroyed, along with all the "fear" porn which you are dishing out. I, for one, am just about done with all the fear porn pouring out in every email and on every internet post. No one talks about faith in God or lest of all, doesn't even seem to have any faith in God. God who? Whatcha talkin' 'bout??? God?? Faith?? When I was a young girl (presently 76) on our black and white TV there was a statement in the corner that read "Blessed is the Nation Whose God is the Lord" Psalm 33. I remember how comforting it was even to a young girl, to see those encouraging words daily on the TV. Until too many elites decided money would be god, so get rid of the One Who Saves - money will be our savior. How's that been working out?

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more fallout from 9/11…

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NTA Blog: Stretched to Its Breaking Point, the IRS Needs Multiyear, Sustained Funding to Efficiently Administer the Tax Laws and Provide Quality Service for Taxpayers

March 17, 2021

"Hiring and training employees takes time and requires continued funding. Even if the IRS can go out tomorrow and hire 1,000 new employees, it will need to be sure they have level funding for future years to continue to pay those employees."


The IRS employed 78,661 full time employees in 2021.

In fiscal year 2019, the IRS had 73,554 full time employees.

In fiscal year 2010, the IRS had 94,711 full time employees.



In March of this year, IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig discussed IRS employment and hiring before the House Ways and Means Committee.

"Over the next years, we estimate we will need to hire 52,000 employees just to maintain our current levels," he said. "This estimate is based on a reduction in the workforce of approximately 35,000 through retirement and 17,000 through non retirement attrition."

[Would this mean our country is looking at a livable wage employment boom across the board within the next five years?]

"House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, without substantiation, tweeted that the Democrats new army of 87,000 IRS agents will be coming for you - with 710,000 new audits for American who earn less than $75k."

IRS Deletes Requirement That New Agents Be Willing to Use 'Deadly Force'

[same NEWSWEEK article]

"The IRS is hiring new special agents! Requirements include working min "50 hours per week, which may include irregular hours, and be on-call 24/7, including holidays and weekends" and "Carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary."


"In FY 2021, the IRS used 78,661 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions in conducting its work, a decrease of 12.9 percent since FY 2012."


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New York is not on the list because of one attorney who took it upon herself to say "not on my watch". She took the plan to enact one of these laws to the (State?) Supreme Court who ruled the proposed law unconstitutional. My conclusion is that in all of the other states including my own (WA) not one lawyer or otherwise had tried to take their laws to court. Washington's law is WAC 246-100-040 which you can search.

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