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Had to listen to the dean of the UM law school praise the resilliant graduates because they "had to" wear masks to class. What a joke, nobody "had to" do anything. If these students were so resilliant they would have just not worn them enmasse, and forced the hand of the university. My niece at least refused the jabs, thus was subject to daily covid tests to enter campus. I could call these students that showed zero resistance to any of the corona madness alot of things, resilliant isnt one of them. Compliant, docile, unthinking, robotic, all come to mind.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Those sheep going to be “running” what’s left of the ruins of society depending on the robustness of their immunity and endocrine system post jab(s).

There’s still some left to take the tiller from these madmen (and women) driving humanity towards rocks and shoals.

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I love my niece, shes a very smart woman, but watching that ceremony all I could think is there are way too many lawyers, it was a class of maybe 500, it should be like 5. This country needs alot of things, 10's of thousands of new lawyers isnt one of them.

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Don't forget that "being subject to daily covid tests" is not harmless in several ways. The tests themselves are harmful but also the infringement of basic liberty / my body my choice

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I don't think that we can even declare that the tests themselves are harmless. we don't know that. The constant introduction of whatever contaminants existing on the swabs and repeated irritation to sensative nasal membranes may have some consequence.

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The tests are indeed harmful. Sticking a small amount of poison up one's nose is not a good recipe for health.

https://alphaandomegacloud.wordpress.com/2022/05/03/pcr-and-rapid-lateral-flow-tests/

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

malleable dependents.

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Jim, a pic is worth... 'The Human "Evolution" of 2020' https://tinyurl.com/2s462ucj

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This is going on a t-shirt for sure!

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...stupid. I worked it out by June 2020 and I was undergoing treatment 4 weekly at hospital in the UK. When the NHS tried to insist on masks in June I knew it was all nonsense. So I ridiculed it.

https://baldmichael.substack.com/p/m-is-formasks

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I'll add betrayed by their (compliant, docile, idiotic) parents who tolerated this abuse of their children for the sake of their edu-macation. Disgusting. Pathetic.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Another good read, Mark.

And then we have a U.S. president at the commencement ceremony of a HBCU (Howard) warning graduating black students and guests that white supremacy is “poison” and the “most dangerous terrorist threat” to our nation.

His illegal EOs and repulsive speeches about the unvaccinated aside, does this guy (and the DNC) want to start a race war?

What happened to using the bully pulpit to buoy spirits and offer young folks hope and encouragement?

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

oh god I heard about this...If I had been a speaker at that school I would have had to have countered everything he said. His message was "black people are too stupid/oppressed to ever get ahead in the world by themselves"- these "kids" just got engineering and teaching degrees! Where was the outrage???

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could not believe he said that. must have taken the wrong or too much of his cogency drugs that day.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

No, he's a committed Democrat. They actually believe that stuff. This in addition to his Alzheimer's.

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Joe Biden has a pale face. Why did they not agree with him and then lynch him?

But then he has a black heart like Nero.

https://alphaandomegacloud.wordpress.com/2022/09/06/factcheck-is-joe-biden-the-new-nero/

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I still wonder how many college age students died or were permnently harmed as a direct result of vax and booster mandates. Their whole lives were ahead of them and will never come back. Repentence is not a strong enough word...

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Aside from the tam, the Chancellor has no clothes.

Still, there’s usually some silver lining; today’s grads (and most of planet Earth), can witness first hand the madness that pervades an empire in collapse. No student loans required!

A collective lack of integrity, dignity, brotherly love and humility have paved a thorny social highway to hellish 15-minute cities and public libraries filled with books to groom minors.

Deep state provocateurs, no longer content with causing 3rd-world wars, theft and misery have, like Caesar, aimed their will back upon the Rome itself, led by amoral power monger patrons of Mr. Epstein’s Pedo Island (btw, Epstein didn’t kill himself).

2,000 years ago, the Romans poisoned their brains with lead from goblets and plumbing, now with FOX, CNN, WAPO, Rolling Stone, NPR, vaccines, chemtrails and toxic mRNA gene therapies the brains atrophy once again. History rhymes, Thank you Mr. Clemens.

And similar to the whiny and partisan school board member or the actors in government and their 3-letter agency bulldogs, the power players are so full of self-reverence and pride.

Dear Roman patricians, meet Corn-fed America.

Pride comes before the fall, here we are. Witness bread, circus and Taylor Swift (or Autotune Mariah Carey).

God bless the Montrealer on her knees, all the folks in Managua, you Mark, your readers, and all the people who realize that a humble and contrite heart are the keys to Paradise.

As usual, you’re on to something, Mark:

Humility

Humility

Humility

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

p.s. Happy Ascension Thursday to all

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Pax Christi.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

The "fall into lockstep" behavior would have never happened in the 70s- at my High School or College. But these same people that would have questioned authority back then were the loudest to scream "wear a damn mask" and to tout their "Fuaci Ouchie" on social medial and shun those of us who were still thinking for ourselves. Like we did in the 60s and 70s. What happened??

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

The hippies of the 60’s have now become the people and organizations they protested against.

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Weird huh?

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Exactly. I still cannot get over the shock of the absolute lock-step compliance of the youth of today to this manufactured crisis.

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Glad to have a daughter who trusted her gut. Almost lost her job because of it but had her back the whole way!

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They took too many drugs that rotted their brains, legal and illegal. Then the love of money finished them off. :(

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Great story and observations. But these people who intentionally inflicted such destruction on others will only rarely take responsibility and atone for their sins. They have no souls because they are uniformly pagans or communists.

Danny Huckabee

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The Woke among the students have no souls either.

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Cult behavior

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they are uniformly pagans or communists AND PSYCHOPATHS [emphasis mine].

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Like your emphasis MM.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

So true and well written! They have no regrets though. They have no soul.

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Mark, I always relish your essays. I agree with you, so far as it goes, but for me the biggest problem is that most (--not all, but most--) of these graduating students (and their parents, many of whom paid the bills) accepted this tyrannical treatment-- above all, experimental injections without fully informed consent. As graduates in the graduation ceremony, they lend their presence and their name to these universities. It would have been painful and costly, but at the onset of this criminal nonsense, they could have walked away (taken a break or transferred, etc.) and they could have brought lawsuits against their university for various things, including fraud.

I used to give money to my alma mater, no longer. I see the administration as an assembly of criminals. As a matter of principle, I would not attend any graduation ceremony at my alma mater, nor at any of these so-called "institutions of higher learning" that imposed mandates & etc.

It seems we live in a time when anything goes. But not everything goes with me.

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I was also disgusted that students were so gullible and passive.

They wanted to "be kind." Even though the lockdowns, etc. were 180 degrees from kind.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

This is not a joke, Christ's annual salary is $666,000. Well maybe, $666,499 but that's still pretty ironic.

Universities, are more like moneymaking corporations and many university Chancellors are paid more than a million each year. I resist using the word "earn." 😁

I can't imagine, what it was like having kids in college, or for that matter any school during the last three years. It must've been a horrific nightmare, especially if you opposed the official narrative and knew it was a scamdemic.

That being said, between 2000 and 2021, average tuition and fees jumped by 69%.

Middle-class families are paying a fortune, or are becoming forever indebted by obtaining a college degree which if "not" technically relevant in today's marketplace is most likely worthless. The point being, is that the middle-class are on their knees slithering through a stone path leading to financial collapse and are bleeding profusely while college adminstrators are royally compensated to follow the prevailing "political ideology" and to punish all those who oppose it, while they simultaneously secure as much dough as possible from alumni, corporations, foundations, and governmental grants.

So don't expect a Chancellor to be contrite and to say the official COVID narrative is a scam and subsequently apologize for mandating that healthy young people inject an experimental mRNA toxic gene therapy without knowledge of its long-term side effects, or for coercing mask wearing and forced isolation triggering suicides or severe mental illness.

They'll never admit they were wrong and know like all the other subservient money-hungry power seeking apparatchiks that they'll never be held accountable for destroying millions of lives. And if ever on their knees, these cunning snakes would ensure that a Tempur-Pedic cushion was laid on the ground beforehand.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

It has been obvious to me for a couple decades that 'higher education is an industry much like any other industrialized mechanized organization that feeds raw materials into it's manufacturing facility on one end of the building, and processes the materials, packages the finished product and spits it out the other end of the building.

In the case of education (schooling) human beings called 'student' are fed into the system building called kindergarten where they are stamped, rolled, steamed, placed on an 8 year ride on a conveyor belt to a curing room that sits between 8th grade and high school. They sit there to cure for a couple months before entering the next phase of production that lasts another 4 years where the process starts again.

In this phase of production they are stamped, rolled, steamed, placed on an 4 year ride on a conveyor belt to a curing room that sits between 12th grade and college/university. After this part of the process is finished they cure over the summer. After a short two month cure they travel off to the next phase of the production, the finishing process of higher education, where they ride conveyor belts in every direction possible that lasts from 4 to 8 more years. This part of the process is designed as a final installation of all sorts of useless information into their brains and bodies. Depending on which advanced state of adolescence they require they are stamped, rolled, steamed, placed on a conveyor belt to a curing room that sits between the exit from the building and death [an unknown expiration date] sometime in the future.

The student leaves the production line owing a huge debt after having made the professors and administrators somewhat wealthy in comparison to their lowly state. Most of these finished students will get a job, get married or not, have some children who will in turn be fed into the production line, riding conveyor belts into the next generation of students.....and so on and so forth.

I believe the time has come to break the system. Stop the conveyor belts, shutter the doors to warehouses, remove the chancellors and professors and get back to the apprentice/journeyman system of passing on useful skills, knowledge and wisdom to ensure the survival of the human race.

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Here's a comment I posted yesterday on Karen Hunt's substack regarding the plight of children in today's society:

Isolated together, or was it lonely together. Maybe, it was tortured together. In any event, the scamdemic allowed a lot of "nefarious stuff" to surface which has been in the works for decades. One being, digitalizing the entire student population by deploying an assortment of insidious biometric devices: "IBM has spent at least sixty years collaborating with the AFT and the NEA in order to evolve Skinnerian teaching machines into AI adaptive-learning computers which data-mine students’ psychometrics for Social Credit algorithms that can be monetized, or tokenized, through blockchain passports linked to the internet-of-everything. Now that the adaptive AI learning infrastructure is firmly in place, thanks to COVID lockdowns which have forced schools to install Big Data ed-tech, all that’s left is to hook up these psychometric data to a blockchain passport system." In the future the logo might be revised to say: "Digitally imprisoned together." And btw: "IBM knowingly organized all six phases of the Holocaust: identification, exclusion, confiscation, ghettoization, deportation, and even extermination. All of this occurred under the micromanagement of IBM’s celebrated CEO, Thomas Watson, Sr., operating from his New York office on Madison Avenue, and later through European subsidiaries. In view of what IBM was able to accomplish on behalf of the Nazis prior to the era of the computer, the thought of what big tech can now do to surveil, censor, and control human lives is sobering indeed." https://besacenter.org/ibm-holocaust/ https://unlimitedhangout.com/2021/11/investigative-reports/americas-largest-teachers-unions-push-vaccine-mandates-that-will-usher-in-technocratic-digital-id/

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Excellent perspective Mark. I think the actions of all the school administrators go way beyond malfeasance. They have been active participants in crimes against humanity, for they have forced others to be injected with biological weapons, violations of the letter and spirit of the Nuremberg Code and 18USC175. They are war criminals and cowards.

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I sent this to my two grandchildren who had the distinct displeasure to matriculate during covid. Let’s hope it undoes the damage instilled during their indoctrination years.

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Of course this is the same behavior that all the then-tyrants are doing on and off campuses. HR departments, condo associations, even police and hospitals. Since schools have morphed into indoctrination centers since the last generation, I'd expect them to be not only unapologetic but instead smugly patting themselves on the back.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

No better than plugging in a chat-gpt slave and have it rip off a bunch of platitudes. Most of college grads are prepared to become wokies at best or slaves to the machine which propagandized them in the first place...all for an enormous price.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

I’ve always noticed through out my life, of 64 year’s, that most people, and particularly the one’s in charge, almost never admit when they are wrong much less saying they are sorry for what was done. One sees it in marriage, business, education, as explained here, in medicine and of course government and I myself have even been guilty of this.

I think it boils down to one thing. Pride.

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May 18, 2023·edited May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

This explains why my son is skipping the ceremony completely and told us not to go there either. He can get the diplomas in the mail.

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You should go and heckle the speaker.

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May 18, 2023Liked by Mark Oshinskie

Excellent read. My two oldest children were in high school (sophomore & junior) when the Scandemic began. I was so angry at both high school graduation ceremonies, for this very reason. Both kids chose to go to colleges with no vaxx mandates. I don’t think I could stand sitting through any more sanctimonious lectures by “scholars”

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