Gov. Jay Inslee signs new bill, making Washington 1st state to legalize human composting

Gov. Jay Inslee signs new bill, making Washington 1st state to legalize human composting

The law recognizes “natural organic reduction” as an alternative to cremation.

By Karma Allen

May 21, 2019, 11:30 PM

• 3 min read

Virology Debunks Corona – DATA.TROO.TUBE

People continue to talk about this virus, as it was real. It never was isolated and therefore it do not exist, period! People believe, that they have COVID 19 or figures as cases, because a PCR test is positive, and those tests are so fraudulent, that even WHO have had to admit them being worthless. Of course they are, because there is no virus and the test reacts on a tiny bit of RNA, which may be inherent in most cells on Earth, which is why they even can test positive on kiwi, durian, donkey, blank test etc. This video linked is by Spacebusters, but three doctors are featured and all are debunking the germ theory as the biggest fraud of our times. Bacteria can be isolated, but no virus ever has been isolated. Please, do watch and let us stop this fraud together. The doctors are Andrew Kaufmann, Thomas Cowan and Stefan Lanka. The latter is actually a virologist, who obviously believe and can prove, that no virus have ever been isolated.

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Court Permanently Stops Gavin Newsom From Locking Down Churches

May 17th 2021

A California District Court entered an order approving Liberty Counsel’s settlement of the lawsuit on behalf of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry against California Gov. Gavin Newsom. The full and final settlement was approved today the District Court and thus is the first state-wide permanent injunction in the country against COVID restrictions on churches and places of worship.

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Once entered by the District Court, this full settlement will be the first state-wide permanent injunction in the country against COVID restrictions on churches and places of worship. Under the agreed state-wide permanent injunction, all California churches may hold worship without discriminatory restrictions.

Under the settlement, California may no longer impose discriminatory restrictions upon houses of worship. The governor must also pay Liberty Counsel $1,350,000 to reimburse attorney’s fees and costs.

The settlement references several Supreme Court opinions, including Harvest Rock Church v. Newsom, that include a long list of similar nonreligious activity the High Court set forth as comparable gatherings. These include grocery stores, warehouses, big box stores, transportation, infrastructure, telecommunications, and much more. In other words, churches and places of worship may never again have discriminatory restrictions placed on them that are not equally applied to a long list of “critical infrastructure” or “essential services” as outlined in several Supreme Court precedents cited in the settlement agreement.

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Pastor Ché Ahn, founder of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry, received a letter from the Pasadena Criminal Prosecutor threating him, the staff, and anyone who attends church with daily criminal charges each up to one year in prison, and daily fines of $1,000. Despite this intense opposition, Pastor Ahn stood against these unconstitutional executive orders. He risked criminal charges and fines, as did those who worked for the church and those who attended. Thanks to his leadership, every church in California is now free.

Newsom originally imposed the most severe restrictions on churches and even home Bible studies and worship in the nation. Now after multiple reprimands from the U.S. Supreme Court, including two on behalf of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry, Gov. Newsom will be the first governor in America to have a permanent injunction against him on behalf of houses of worship.

This case involved three emergency injunctions pending appeal at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, two oral arguments before a panel of three judges, two orders from the U.S. Supreme Court, including an injunction pending appeal issued by the High Court on February 5, 2021.

The timeline for actions regarding California’s worship restrictions include:

March 19, 2020 – May 25, 2020: No Worship

May 26, 2020 – July 12, 2020: 25 percent capacity but no more than 100 people

July 13, 2020 – April 8, 2021: No worship for over 90 percent of California

April 9, 2021 – April 12, 2021: Restrictions on home Bible study lifted but not on singing and chanting

April 13, 2021 – May 9, 2021: Mandatory attendance limits are lifted

May 17, 2021 – and Forever: Discriminatory restrictions on churches permanently removed

Under the settlement agreement, discriminatory restrictions on worship and religious gatherings may no longer be applied to churches and places of worship.

Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court granted an emergency petition for an injunction pending appeal on behalf of New York City synagogues and Roman Catholic churches in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo and Agudath Israel v. Cuomo. On December 3, 2020, the High Court granted the petition by Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry, setting aside all the lower court orders and directing them to follow its ruling in Roman Catholic Dioceses. When the lower courts refused to strike down California’s restrictions, the case returned to the Supreme Court.

On February 5, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry by enjoining California’s total ban on indoor worship. This was the second time Liberty Counsel appealed to the High Court on behalf of these churches. The ruling also included South Bay United Pentecostal Church.

On April 9, the U.S. Supreme Court granted an emergency injunction pending appeal in Tandon v. Newsom and ruled that Gov. Newsom’s restrictions on home Bible study and worship violate the First Amendment.

Pastor Ché Ahn said, “This is a momentous day for churches in America! After nearly a yearlong battle defending our religious freedoms, our lawsuit has reached a permanent settlement in our favor. I am thrilled to see the complete reversal of the last discriminatory restrictions against churches in California, knowing this case will act as a precedent, not only in our state, but also in our nation. We are incredibly grateful to our attorney Mat Staver and to Liberty Counsel for their relentless support and fierce determination. Most of all, we give all the glory to God for moving mightily in this historic season!”

Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver said, “Governor Gavin Newsom’s COVID restrictions intentionally discriminated against churches while providing preferential treatment to many secular businesses and gatherings. The Supreme Court intervened multiple times to provide relief. California may never again place discriminatory restrictions on churches and places of worship. Gov. Gavin Newsom has now been permanently quarantined and may not violate the First Amendment rights of churches and places of worship again. We are grateful for Pastor Ché Ahn, Harvest Rock Church, and Harvest International Ministry. Pastor Ahn’s leadership and courage has toppled the tyranny and freed every pastor and church in California.”

FACT CHECK: COVID-19 Whistleblower Li-Meng Yan Releases Paper With Other Scientists ‘Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification’

Along with COVID-19 whistleblower and virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan, other scientists are making the same strong claim that the coronavirus did not come from nature, but was instead created by scientists in a Wuhan laboratory in the long-awaited new paper.

Li-Meng Yan’s Paper

According to a Newsweek report, the paper was entitled “Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route” and has been published on pre-print website Zenodo.

The paper was authored by Yan, who became famous overnight due to her strong claims after fleeing China to come to the US.

Yan was accompanied by three researchers affiliated with the Rule of Law of Society, which is not particularly known for working on infectious diseases.

Moreover, it appears as though the Society was founded by a former POTUS adviser that was recently charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for fraud, along with Guo Wengui, a Chinese businessman who fled China back in 2014 due to bribery charges and more.

With that, many are skeptical about the legitimacy of the paper.

Read Also: Whistleblower Li-Meng Yan Claims ‘COVID as China-Made Virus,’ While Other Scientists Oppose, Calling it ‘Conspiracy’

‘No Credibility in Its Current Form’

Since speaking up about the apparent origin of COVID-19, many experts around the world have decided to share their thoughts about the controversial virologist, including her colleagues, with many saying Yan’s research has no scientific basis.

Now that the paper has been released, the news outlet consulted six leading experts in evolutionary biology and infectious disease, and all of them have the same reaction: the paper’s scientific case is weak.

“This pre-print report cannot be given any credibility in its current form,” said Andrew Preston, a microbial pathogenesis expert from the University of Bath in the UK.

For those who are unaware, papers that have been published in pre-print websites have not gone through rigorous peer review, which is required for papers to be published in scientific journals, meaning the paper isn’t precisely identified as a fact.

Moreover, the paper’s authors have not provided any references to support their claims, which is critical for any research paper.

What Experts Have to Say

Another scientist Newsweek talked to also pointed out an issue with the author’s explanation of the coronavirus’ genomic analysis, such as pointing to “restriction sites” in the genetic sequence of the COVID-19 virus as evidence that the virus was modified.

Arinjay Banarjee, a virologist at the McMaster University, said, “All DNA sequences in nature have restriction sites, and it is not surprising that the SARS-CoV-2 genome also has restriction sites. The evidence presented here is anecdotal.”

Banarjee is also skeptical about Yan’s claims that the furin-cleavage, a part of the coronavirus’ protein spike, was deliberately added to the virus.

Meanwhile, a University of California evolutionary biologist, Jonathan Eisen, said that the paper is “filled with unsubstantiated claims,” while another evolutionary biologist from the University of Washington, Carl Bergstrom, called the paper “bizarre and unfounded.”

Unfortunately, despite previous evidence that does back up the prevailing theory that COVID-19 came from bats, many still believe Yan’s thesis and other coronavirus theories have offered no scientific evidence.

Read Also: Chinese Whistleblower Li-Meng Yan Gets Twitter Ban After Publishing ‘Man-Made COVID-19’ Report–Finds Support From US Army Doctor

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Written by: Nhx Tingson