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The Last American Vagabond, an Important COVID dissident and anti-war YouTuber until getting cancelled. Slugdaddy World gets a mention! And its gone.
These days a lot of people from diverse viewpoints seem to be converging on a consensus that covid measures have done more harm than good, and we need to take back power from the public health establishment and move on toward a more populist future. Suddenly people on the formerly left or right are moving toward either forming a third way, or taking over the Republican party completely, while jettisoning the neo-cons who are already leftists now anyway. From my view it really does come down to Authoritarian vs. Not, and at different times each of the parties has played that role. Our willingness to change sides when needed is the only power the people have that can be easily expressed.
Ryan from The Last American Vagabond is an excellent researcher and compiler of obscure facts and evidence. He functions to bridge the communication gap between the honest scientists on places like SubStack, and the general public popular with the youth (an important battleground in the information war.) Mainstream scientists would do well to investigate many of the contradictions he has discovered, in the data and elsewhere. We all know that isn’t going to happen though because, in the words of Nick Taylor in Thank You For Smoking, “everyone's got a mortgage to pay…. The Yuppie Nuremberg defense.”
Here’s Ryan talking about a recent Slugdaddy World post on YouTube,
for as long as it lasts. (It was removed from YouTube as I was literally typing. Hit a little too close to the mark I imagine. Link to Odysee at the point we’re mentioned below.) I’m also linking to the video on his site at bottom. The post related to continuing GOF research and whether it has societal benefit. Thanks for subscribing, and sorry to my subscribers for my tendency to hit publish before proof reading enough times, you may want to refer to the version on the web, with last minute edits, but I’m trying to control myself.