Video Roundtable: 'Died Suddenly' documentary
'I watched 'Died Suddenly' and thought, 'Thank you God for giving me the sense to avoid these injections!' — Thomas Sheridan
Controlled Explosions of Truth Bombs?
Thomas Sheridan, Christian Morris, Greg Moffitt and myself engage in an epic conversation centred on the film Died Suddenly, the recently-released Stew Peters documentary about the poison-shot deaths and the emerging evidence from embalmers, undertakers and insurance brokers about the destruction of human life that has followed them.
This is not a ‘review’ of the documentary so much as a discussion as to its implications heading off at multiple tangents. The discussion lasts almost two hours, covering all kinds of acute angles jutting out from the movie and its implications, including:
Does evidence even matter anymore? Do facts matter?
Is it possible for a piece of journalism, no matter how powerful or authoritative, to break though the massed ranks of liars now constituting the mainstream media, and hope to shatter the paradigm of the propagandised pseudo-reality?
Is it possible that Died Suddenly will be the Trojan Horse to take the truth past the sentries into the heart of Western culture?
Or, is the power of the orchestrated Groupthink sufficient to herd people into their required pens so that they will respond to each new intervention, no matter what its revelations, as the narrative demands?
Can humanity develop quickly enough the new language it needs to deal with these and other confounding aspects of the present, continuing situation?
What might be the implications of the answers to these questions for the condition of our freedom?
What are the implications of the Covid episode for the cultural meanings that surround humanity and its mortal state?
Died Suddenly appears to be reaching a respectably significant audience, despite being dismissed as both ‘conspiracy theory’ by the purchased media, and ‘controlled opposition’ by some of those who claim to oppose the Greatest Crime in History — a telltale paradoxical discordance that inevitably accompanies any genuine useful or threatening work in a time of near-universal industrial lying.
Or, perhaps it’s really a sign of great potency when you are shot at by both sides.
There are various options for viewing the conversation:
On YouTube (Legalise Freedom channel):
On Odyssey (Christian Morris TV):
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The original ‘neat cut’ (Dropbox):
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(The latter link may pose problems, as Dropbox almost invariably does.)
And, for those who have not yet seen it, the documentary itself — Died Suddenly:
Click Here To Watch Died Suddenly
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