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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

Thank you for all the hard work and fighting you have done for us! Without your reporting of truth to support common sense understanding, life would have been unbearable.

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Excellent work and effort. I’ve been banned on FB at least 12 times now, 30 days each. I only posted actual data on covid and the vaccines. I’ve since gotten smarter and now have a substack which I link to on my FB page. Now those friends that read my posts with interest just click on the link. It’s so nice to have this platform!

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

It’s beyond crazy that the government “spied” on FB groups solely because they didn’t want to wear a mask. The right to individual freedom applies to classic liberals, not the groups we have today.

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

You created a community that was, and still is, needed. A safe place to question and share. Thank you.

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

You’ve done phenomenal and important work. Many thanks again.

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This overreach has been going on for at least 10 years.

I’m an average Joe, maybe had 15-20 family/friends following. In 2009 Facebook took down a photo of Obama on my page with humorous subtext “10 things I trust more than Obama.” I re-posted and again Facebook took it down. I left Facebook shortly thereafter.

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A: Bravery - Tenacity - Truthfulness

Q: How you would describe Kathryn’s work and personality during the pandemic?

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

Kathryn, everyone thanks you for all this work you've done, but I haven't seen anyone mention your bravery! I love that you stood up to the liars and called them out.

I'm posting a couple of links to another Substack that details the ways in which data has been gathered on all of us for much, much longer than you realize. "They" are not going to stop and for anyone thinking this trial will change anything - it won't.

"In the United States, the tradition of using micro data as a tool of sociocultural engineering goes back to at least the Indian relocation project. "

"Starting in the first World War, the United States Army used Hollerith punch-card machines to process wide-scale psychological testing of inductees."

"Throughout the 1950s the Office of Naval Research (ONR) began funding artificial intelligence and simulation research. From it’s inception, artificial intelligence was isomorphic to cybernetic governance."

above excerpts from: https://schwabstack.substack.com/p/reality-ends-here-ii?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=612920&post_id=89916032&isFreemail=false&utm_medium=email

Two more links:

https://schwabstack.substack.com/p/reality-ends-here

https://schwabstack.substack.com/p/the-twitter-flytrap

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

We knew it all along

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

Interesting that "often-true content" may cause hesitancy.

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Jan 20Liked by Kathryn Huwig

I was there throughout. We’ve chatted on messenger and shared your deck with me. Thank you for all you did and continue to do.

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Jan 23Liked by Kathryn Huwig

"This is often true content," is paramount/

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Jan 26Liked by Kathryn Huwig

Thank you for all that you have done & continue to do. We appreciate you more than you know! I am actually amused that there is a study out there on “us”- the truth seekers.

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Jan 26Liked by Kathryn Huwig

I appreciate all of your hard work as well.

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Feb 12Liked by Kathryn Huwig

Thank you again for all that you do. I can’t imagine how you accomplish it but am glad that you keep shining.

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