Angels4Freedom Public Comment – District 87

By: Diane Benjamin

6 members of Angels4Freedom spoke Wednesday night. Their comments were planned and must be watched in order. They want to work with the schools, but they will sue if common sense doesn’t return to education.

6 thoughts on “Angels4Freedom Public Comment – District 87

  1. I’m surprised to see parents and others in District 87 challenging the unconstitutional mandates, based on the majority of people I see walking around stores wearing masks and complying like obedient slaves. It’s good to see people taking a stand against the unscientific mask nonsense and experimental injection nonsense!

    Parents, if you want your children to be able to have children of their own, PLEASE skip these experimental shots that haven’t gone through any safety studies. Don’t force your children into being guinea pigs for Big Pharma. They have ZERO liability for any and all damages that may occur from these shots. They do not care about you or your health at all. To them, it’s all about making money.

    I leave you with this quote to ponder:

    “Once the herd accepts mandatory forcible vaccination, it’s game over! They will accept anything–forcible blood or organ donation–for the ‘greater good’. We can genetically modify children and sterilize them–for the ‘greater good’. Control sheep minds and you control the herd. Vaccine makers stand to make billions, and many of you in this room today are investors. It’s a big win-win! We thin out the herd and the herd pays us for providing extermination services. Now, what’s for lunch?”

    – Henry Kissinger in a speech to the World Health Organization Council on Eugenics, Feb 25, 2009

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  2. Beyond the fact that I couldn’t hear any of the speakers on this blog, I watched the entire streaming meeting live.

    Apparently some people believe that unnamed predators are lurking in school libraries ready to ply “porn” to their totally unsuspecting children by using a Graphic Novel memoir by a transgender author. This is preposterous. Some of these very same people want total control over their children and what they read. Fine. However, they also want to prevent other people’s children who just might want to read this, because it just might be something they are mature enough to read and understand. If your don’t want your kid to read this Graphic Novel, don’t let them.

    In the end this is about intellectual freedom. It’s also pretty funny that some parents are so clueless that they don’t think their little darlings can’t Google real pornography on the internet.


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