Archive | November 2022

What Could Be Causing the Clots?

In a sense it’s a good think that the documentary Died Suddenly is so shocking. It’s meant to grab and hold one’s attention and references other so-called conspiracy theories in part to make one comfortable taking in this information that is so opposite the mainstream narrative on the shots, but also to reference it for those of us who have been following for a time now, realizing that these aren’t “theories.” Many of these things are true, and, yes, conspiracies actually do exist.

It’s interesting, the fight over this documentary. Many are simply just maligning Stew Peters, which really is irrelevant to some degree. It is not the messenger who matters here, but the information, and it is the information, specifically about the unusual clots embalmers and others have been seeing, that is the key point to Died Suddenly. That it’s all being done on purpose to harm is the next leap, but it’s enough if the public at large just realizes that something quite awful is happening. If the clots are indeed caused by the COVID vaccines, or even in part by COVID itself, here is a very helpful article explaining how it possibly works. https://amidwesterndoctor.substack.com/p/what-is-causing-the-died-suddenly.

As to if it’s on purpose. My personal belief is that it is on purpose. Evil absolutely exists and mostly in the form of sinful human beings who enjoy ruling over others. Last fall, in 2021, when I decided to give up my job due to the damage I saw the shots doing, the pressure to get them myself, and also the outright gaslighting going on, I nearly had a nervous breakdown. Just the thought of how many deaths were going to be coming from this. The thought of people just continually getting sick and not knowing why. The thought of not being able to help, nay, even to tell the truth, it just was so overwhelming. It was difficult to talk about these things coherently at the time, and still is a bit difficult now. So many that I know and love had and have such a willful blindness about it all. If one has followed politics it is quite easy to see that a thing like this could be planned and was planned. From all I have read and seen, I do firmly believe that both the COVID crisis and the vaccine rollout were done on purpose, and that ultimate power and control over humanity was almost seized. By the grace of God, we were pulled back just at the brink, and now it depends on how everything plays out as to if we reach such a brink again, but the spell has been broken to some degree. A much larger amount of people than before now are skeptical of the media, and especially skeptical of both the medical industry and vaccines. These people won’t necessarily say or do anything big going forward, but they won’t comply, either, and that’s what needed to ultimately make the power grab work. Still, it’s chilling to remember just how easily everyone went along with it, especially fellow Christians, who went along with orders to not meet and worship in person. That, to me, was the saddest part of all, and just brought home how sinful we really are, and how much we need our Savior, Jesus Christ. No way can we save ourselves, no way. Not went we’re so afraid of a cold we can’t even meet in God’s together. Too afraid of dying to meet together and worship our Maker. It was a truly embarrassing for the Church at large.

Well, that’s enough on top of the soap box today, but I wanted to get some of the thoughts out. Up next time will be a review of the mostly enchanting Kdrama Today’s Webtoon.

Love in Contract: Writing Fail – DNF

Park Min Young has turned out to be a great actress. Her character in City Hunter largely irritated me, but since then she has become an it girl for romantic comedies such as What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, Her Private Life, my fave, When the Weather is Fine, and lately, Love in Contract in which she plays a thirty-something who has made marrying and divorcing men into a job. Starring alongside her are Ko Kyoung Po (Chicago Typewriter) and Kim Jae Young (Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life).

Mostly, I attempted watching this show for PMY, and Ko Kyoung Po is easy on the eyes. Wasn’t sure about the second lead as I hadn’t seen him in anything before. All around, the acting is pretty good, but they all really suffer through the writing, because it’s terrible! It’s as if the writers have no clue what either romance or comedy is. Ko valiantly carries the weight of the story as his character is the most intriguing and the least cliche. His awkward, introverted judge is supper appealing and it was clear early on that he was the one PMY’s character would fall for. Aside from their romance–and there wasn’t enough of it–the rest of the story is pretty useless. The main character’s roomie is funny and nice, but if he was easily forgotten, as was the second lead, as were most of the other characters. PMY herself also looked thin and tired, which is perhaps how her character was supposed to look, but it was distracting.

Made it to episode eleven and gave up. I just wasn’t interested anymore and it was clear the plot was just meandering along with no focus. Many of the choices the characters made were just dumb and not believable. When all you’ve got is either characters lying or withholding the truth as a way of creating drama, you don’t have much. Daytime soaps have better drama. How interesting it could have been to follow the main character as she navigates multiple marriages, and fake marriages at that. Instead the focus was on her strange past, that is sad, but not altogether interesting, and the life of the second lead, also uninteresting.

Altogether, Love in Contract will just be one of the many forgotten shows. There’s no there there to make it memorable.