If there is any fairness in this world, and we know there isn't much, Dr. Malone would truly deserve to receive the Nobel Prize for his tireless work in saving lives at risk of death or disability from what amounts to a world wide medical experiment (if it's not something worse). He benefits greatly, and obviously knows it, from the brilliant spotlight your writing shines upon him. Two crusaders, working together, can make a huge difference. Thank you.


I always love to receive your kind and loving comments to my remarks, but please don't feel badly that your important research and writing must take precedence - your faithful supporters and readers know what we mean to you, and the gratitude that is in your heart. That is enough. 🤗

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Thank you, a very appropriate tribute! If only we had more ppl like him, with some serious spine! Dr. Malone had been very cautious and politically correct initially, but with every hit against him he grew more pugnacious - just the opposite of what the mean attacks intended. Kudos to him and others like him that we all know. How about becoming the political leaders next? We need honesty up high, for a change.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

excellent article thankyou, I'm going to have to steal 'fact chokers' :D

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

If history is "allowed" to be written and taught correctly, Dr Malone will be one of those figures our great great great Grandchildren will be reading about. I truly believe he chose the right side of history and I have incredible respect for him. Your post only served to further my respect for this courageous and *real* Doctor.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

Amazing write-up. This is a historic piece, documenting how the peaceful revolution took hold, thanks in large part to principled people like Dr. Malone. Thanks too to writer's like Margaret Anna who know how to put it all together in a coherent fashion..Early on, I perceived Dr. Malone as being rather reserved in his comments. But, as he himself noted, once you see through the lies and deception (I call, evil) there is no "un-seeing" it.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

An excellent recap of all that Dr. Malone has done to stand up against authoritarian. Thank you for highlighting him. Bravo.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

Bumper sticker (make your own) We reserve the right not to BARE arms! Injunctions, not injections!

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I just wrote a piece about the Great Barrington Declaration and I will share it here.

I thought I would re-visit the Great Barrington Declaration to see how the document holds after more than a year since it was published. I first read the document about 7 months ago.

The Great Barrington Declaration was authored and signed on October 4, 2020. The signers were Dr. Martin Kulldorff, Dr. Sunetra Gupta, and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. It laid out a plan for dealing with covid. If you have not read it here is a link.

From the declaration,

“Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health. The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice.”

We have seen all of these prediction come to pass. The working class and younger people we know are less prone to a harmful covid disease because of their age. However, they are the most affected by the massive shutdown of the economic drivers of our society. Service industries, food preparation, delivery, and transportation systems have been shut down affecting access to necessary goods to many more people. People are out of work; people are not able to get proper health care as hospitals are always waiting, waiting for the covid patients who may never arrive. So many of the deaths that had been attributed to covid were not caused by covid at all. Here is a report from England and Wales that says just 6,000 people died of covid instead of the 150,000 number reported earlier by the government.

Children have been out of school or in school wearing harmful masks and have an increasing level of mental health issues. Teacher Stacey Lance wrote,

“Our students were taught to think of their schools as hubs for infection and themselves as vectors of disease. This has fundamentally altered their understanding of themselves.”

The Declaration covered the likelihood of serious disease with this statement.

“We know that vulnerability to death from COVID-19 is more than a thousand-fold higher in the old and infirm than the young. Indeed, for children, COVID-19 is less dangerous than many other harms, including influenza.”

The Declaration continues,

“keeping these measures (containment) in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage”

We know now that the vaccine didn’t curtail government containment policies so they continued to cause untold damage.

The declaration said,

“We know that all populations will eventually reach herd immunity – i.e. the point at which the rate of new infections is stable – and that this can be assisted by (but is not dependent upon) a vaccine.”

We will never know what the overall effect of vaccines but now we know that they likely had little beneficial effects. James Stanbury talks about their “negative efficacy” and that,

“While you may get a benefit for earlier variants (from vaccines), the benefit for other variants (and likely other diseases) is going to be negative. In short, you are getting a short term benefit against Delta, but at the expense of a degradation of your overall immunity to everything else.”

The Barrington declaration is correct in saying that health stability and immunity is not dependent on a vaccine.

It goes on to declare,

“The most compassionate approach that balances the risks and benefits of reaching herd immunity, is to allow those who are at minimal risk of death to live their lives normally to build up immunity to the virus through natural infection, while better protecting those who are at highest risk.”

We know that those who are not vulnerable recover quickly from covid and if they have not been vaccinated their immunity is better. If we had put most of our care and energy into protecting the vulnerable and not wasted so much money, energy and professional time and worry on the masses, then the vulnerable would have been better served. It is difficult to find information on Intensive care units filling up and overflowing. I have only heard of a few. I know in Canada the province of Saskatchewan did have an overflow in their ICU. They are a province of a million people and have only 79 ICU beds. I don’t think it is just covid that is causing trouble in our hospitals. I have been to the emergency ward of my hospital a number of times prior to covid where there had been 7 or 8 patients in beds or chairs in the hallway.

We also know now that if other low cost treatments, like ivermectin, had been used that hospitalizations would have been much less. Stephanie Brail found information about ivermectin use in India. India has had many fewer deaths that the first world countries.

The Barrington Declaration goes on to talk about ways to protect the vulnerable; one way is to use staff that has acquired immunity. As we know much of the North American way is to fire the unvaccinated workers, even though they are the ones who could naturally became immune with covid recovery.

The Declaration states that life should not have changed for those who are not vulnerable. If they are sick they stay home. Everything stays open; all business can continue to operate. People can work from home but non-risk people should continue to go to work. This is a wise, prudent, rational, and loving approach, an approach that wouldn’t have fear mongering attached to it, and it wouldn’t have sparked the terrible way the unvaccinated have been treated.

One thing I greatly admire Barrington approach is shown with this statement,

“People who are more at risk may participate if they wish, while society as a whole enjoys the protection conferred upon the vulnerable by those who have built up herd immunity.”

The vulnerable may participate it they wish. They can decide for themselves whether to see their families and friends or not. They will not be at the mercy of the state deciding for them what the state thinks I the best course.

I don’t see anything in The Great Barrington Declaration that doesn’t hit the bull’s eye.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

Wonderful article.Dr.Robert Malone is one of my heroes.Margaret Anna Alice,you are too.

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It's perfectly clear where the courage and self-sacrifice lies at this moment. And Malone has embodied it, as have you. The only reward for truth at this moment is the knowledge you have spoken it, the felt experience of having uttered it, and the good it might do for the larger world. The cost is the vicious efforts to silence and to destroy you. Guess what most people choose? For what it's worth, I discuss mass formation psychosis from a psychologist's point of view here: https://wearyprof.substack.com/p/mass-formation-psychosis-a-psychologists

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Dr. Malone is a hero. He's so intelligent and articulate and highly qualified to discuss these sensitive topics. If only everyone would listen!

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

An American Hero! Still the home of the brave!

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

Sorry to be critical, because I applauded Malone and McCullough coming forward as loudly as anyone did.

But let's not start yet another cult.

I'm sorry to see Malone created a doctrine and named it for himself.

Recognize that Malone's long history with vaccines and experience with Fauci cuts both ways. Why didn't he expose Fauci decades ago, long before he came to personify "science"?

Malone is only BEGINNING his dive into the rabbit hole. He's way late to the game. He arrived on the scene a FULL YEAR too late to do anything for the millions of children and young people who have been chemically raped. Now, when it's been clear for months that those who were going to get vaxxed already have, he appears.

I'm not raising doubts about Malone -- not yet. But I'm saying straight up that a new hero is NOT what we need.


The heroes/leaders-followers model HAS FAILED.

HERE is where it ALWAYS leads.

Of the people, by the people, and for the people needs to become a reality and stop being a thought-terminating cliché.

We don't need big daddies, mommies, brothers or sisters. We need each other.

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Jan 22, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

Thank you for this and Letter to a Governing Body, both masterpieces in clarity, detail and documentation! I just told my wife yesterday that Dr. Malone was my sanest rock in the Covid storm so it was a joy to see this piece!

Also, pleasantly surprised Unreported Truths wasn’t among your 120 Substack authors unlike so many people I see on Substack.

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While I appreciate Dr. Malone's efforts to distance himself from his previous decades long work supporting the satanic, anti-life (allopathic) big pharma industry, we need to keep in mind that he remains an advocate of deadly vaccines. Are his recent losses due to a lot of accumulated bad karma?

The average lifespan of Americans has gone down in recent years, not up. 54% of Americans now suffer from chronic illness, up from 6% in 1960. In 1940 1 in 20,000 boys had autism. Today its 1 in 22. A lot of evidence points to vaccines being a primary culprit in these trends. Why does Dr. Malone not take the next step and acknowledge that the pharmaceutical system is a failed medical model?

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Jan 24, 2022·edited Jan 27, 2022Liked by Margaret Anna Alice

I think some caution is warranted for coronating too quickly, because of the potential damage for disillusionment if things later begin to sour. I would like to mention that Dr. Sherrie Tenpenny has fought for medical freedom for decades, even much longer than my 2 decades - mostly with only our patients and their families at our sides during that time, because nobody but iatrogenically injured patients and their families had medical freedom on their radar yet. Drs Tenpenny, Blaylock, Humphries, Mercola have understood vaccine injury and lack of effectiveness or safety for decades each, adding up to more than a century among the five of us, and of course have spoken knowledgeably about all things COVID. America's Frontline Doctors were warning people not to take this vaccine while others were still rolling up the sleeve, although Robt Malone deserves enormous credit for telling so much truth on Joe Rogan that a public starved for truth appreciated that to the tune of 50 million listeners.

Now there is this out this morning from Health Freedom for Humanity:

"In a shocking development, we are discovering that Dr. Robert Malone, viewed by so many as a hero for saying nobody should get the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, is actually developing his OWN COVID VACCINE! https://www.unite4truth.com/post/what-is-relcovax-the-covid-19-vaccine-dr-robert-malone-pitched-at-summit-in-2021-nothing-good.... No mention of this vaccine was ever made on the Joe Rogan interview, bringing the question of conflict of interest. ...."

I appreciate Robert Malone's honesty regarding medical freedom and bodily autonomy. I think he has stated those principles well and eloquently. However, I think some caution is warranted for coronating too quickly, because hero worship is enough of a human foible that there is the potential damage of deflated mojo in the medical freedom movement when new information arises, if it turns out that people find it to be disappointing. Perhaps a disclosure about whatever relationship exists with a competing product would be helpful when Dr. Malone discusses the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. This would readily clear up any concerns and would not detract from his very important message.

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