First hour: Ex-State Department whistleblower Fred Burks posts at WantToKnow.info, one of the best compendia of important suppressed information. He recently published “Why I have questioned the response to the coronavirus from the beginning” featuring Derek Henry’s “Is It The Germ Or The Terrain That Determines Our Health?” We’ll also discuss Fred’s health practices, many of which I too can vouch for.
Fred’s “Resilience Guide for Coronavirus Times”:
1) Check-in so you don’t check-out – be mindful of when you feel afraid and overwhelmed and how that might affect your ability to balance your thinking with different perspectives.
2) Question what you read – don’t fall for the old maxim “if it bleeds, it leads!”
3) Follow the money. Who is profiting both financially and politically from this so-called pandemic?
4) Find the people in your life who can question WITH you what part of the narrative is being left out.
5) Practice self-care – any activity, hobby or way of eating that helps you remember your best self. We need to feel well in order to think well.
6) Physical distancing does not mean social distancing. Crisis brings out the humanity in us so that we are closer and more connected than ever. We are all in this together.
7) Recognize this is a powerful opportunity for learning and growth. And we always have a choice between fear and love. Let us acknowledge any fear that arises, yet then choose love.
Bio: Before resigning from the US State Department in 2004 due to excessive secrecy demands, Fred Burks served many years as alanguage interpreter for presidentsand other dignitaries. He interpreted for G.W. Bush, Clinton, Gore, Cheney, and many other top officials of the US and other countries.