Outspoken with Dr Naomi Wolf

Outspoken with Dr Naomi Wolf focuses on critiquing modern societal changes, media narratives, and global events through a lens valuing liberty, justice, and human rights. It explores themes like medical freedoms, cultural shifts, media integrity, metaphysical phenomena, and governance, aiming to challenge mainstream perspectives and advocate for personal responsibility and transparency.

Medical Freedoms Cultural and Societal Analysis Media and Journalism Ethics Metaphysical and Spiritual Phenomena Governance and Civic Engagement Immigration and National Identity Election Integrity Personal Responsibility and Health Historical and Religious Contexts

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7 implied HN points β€’ 17 Mar 24
  1. New York City is experiencing significant cultural shifts, with a decline in shared language and cultural exchange, leading to a sense of isolation and disconnection among residents.
  2. There is a noticeable degradation in aesthetics and erasure of Western cultural treasures in the city, reflecting broader societal changes and shifts in values.
  3. The city is undergoing visible transformation, including gentrification impacting neighborhoods like Harlem and changes in commercial landscapes, indicating a shift towards different businesses and cultural influences.
8 implied HN points β€’ 05 Mar 24
  1. Historically, natural and traditional healing methods were widespread and common before modern medicine took over.
  2. John D Rockefeller played a significant role in reshaping the medical world by funding the Flexner Report in 1910.
  3. Herbal remedies and natural treatments show documented effectiveness and minimal side effects compared to pharmaceuticals.
7 implied HN points β€’ 26 Feb 24
  1. The fight for clean elections in Maine faced opposition from Democrats, revealing tensions and motivations within the political landscape.
  2. Attending CPAC provided insights into a vibrant and positive atmosphere, with a mix of fashion, personalities, and discussions about freedom and truth.
  3. Meeting various influential figures at CPAC highlighted a sense of historical importance and a gathering of individuals who cherish freedom, transcending political boundaries.
7 implied HN points β€’ 27 Jan 24
  1. Displacement of American children in schools due to immigration policies is causing disruption and concern among parents and communities.
  2. Observations on the changing landscape of America, noting economic disparities and societal shifts contributing to instability.
  3. Call for collaboration and alignment between political movements like RFK Jr.'s followers and the MAGA grassroots to address pressing national challenges and preserve the nation.
7 implied HN points β€’ 18 Jan 24
  1. The importance of building a parallel independent media economy
  2. Ethical journalism requires accuracy, disclosure of conflicts of interest, and clear distinction between ads and editorial content
  3. Understanding the economics of journalism to support independent news and dissident voices
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5 implied HN points β€’ 07 Feb 24
  1. Culture is a set of complex agreements among people united by national identity.
  2. Cultures vary and need consensus and hard work to uphold.
  3. Mass illegal migration can challenge and potentially disrupt the cultural norms and values of a nation.
3 implied HN points β€’ 07 Mar 24
  1. Sodium aluminum phosphate is found in common food items like pancake mixes and affects male reproductive health.
  2. Aluminum-containing ingredients are linked to hormonal damage, brain inflammation, and diseases like Parkinson's.
  3. Aluminum is present in various products and activities, including cookware, vaccines, and geoengineering, impacting men's health.
3 implied HN points β€’ 03 Mar 24
  1. Great public speeches need a clear introduction for the audience to understand the speaker's thesis early on.
  2. A successful Presidential speech should have a clear structure to maintain momentum and guide the listener through the argument.
  3. Presidential speeches must clearly spell out proposed policies to ensure audience understanding and effective communication.
14 implied HN points β€’ 26 Jun 23
  1. The author shares her experience in the hospital after undergoing an appendectomy and battling an acute infection.
  2. The author reflects on the limitations of modern hospitals compared to 19th-century healing practices like access to healing gardens and uninterrupted sleep.
  3. The author expresses gratitude for her immune system and the lessons she learned from 'dissident doctors' about personal responsibility for immune health.
2 implied HN points β€’ 15 Feb 24
  1. State Senator Tim Salazar and State Senator Bo Biteman are co-sponsoring the Clean Elections Bill, which is a significant step towards election transparency and integrity.
  2. The visit to Wyoming's statehouse showcased the accessibility and historical importance of these public buildings, emphasizing civic engagement and the need to protect agricultural and food security.
  3. The dedication of leaders like Senator Salazar and Senator Biteman in Cheyenne demonstrates a commitment to upholding constitutional values and serving the public in challenging times.
2 implied HN points β€’ 03 Feb 24
  1. The Clean Elections Model Bill aims to solve major issues in the election process.
  2. The bill emphasizes the importance of paper ballots and transparent voting processes.
  3. Citizens are encouraged to take action by downloading and sharing the bill with their state representatives.
2 implied HN points β€’ 13 Jan 24
  1. The article discusses the challenges of real journalism in the current global situation.
  2. The author highlights the importance of supporting journalism through paid subscriptions.
  3. There is a video version of the essay available for further insights.
9 implied HN points β€’ 08 May 23
  1. The coronation of King Charles III had strange deviations from traditional English coronations, creating a sense of unease.
  2. Key attendees at the coronation wore odd, Druid-like white gowns, breaking from historical norms.
  3. The use of symbols and rituals during the coronation, like an elaborate 'Anointing Screen', stirred speculation and raised questions about the direction of Britain's monarchy.
7 implied HN points β€’ 08 Jul 23
  1. The world is filled with energies, both good and evil, that have profound effects on humans and the environment.
  2. Many people have experiences with metaphysical phenomena but often suppress them due to fear of judgment or lack of credibility.
  3. It's important to acknowledge and discuss the existence of various energy fields, such as healing, sacred, and even evil energies, for a deeper understanding of reality.
7 implied HN points β€’ 09 Jun 23
  1. Witnessing strange events should prompt us to question and seek independent verification of the official narrative.
  2. The potential for intentional harm through methods like geoengineering, directed energy weapons, and crisis theater should not be dismissed.
  3. The lack of critical thinking and questioning in the face of danger poses a significant threat to our awareness and ability to protect ourselves.
1 implied HN point β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. The post discusses the infiltration of a nation's culture via a three-country staging program funded by international institutions like USAID and the UN.
  2. Dr. Naomi Wolf presents findings to Steve Bannon in a video, highlighting the implications of border invasion in the United States.
  3. The post also includes information on supporting sponsors, like Charlis.beauty and TWC.health, and promoting Dr. Naomi Wolf's latest book 'Facing the Beast'.
6 implied HN points β€’ 09 May 23
  1. UK media regulator Ofcom censured Mark Steyn for sharing information from Pfizer documents about harm to women and babies.
  2. Ofcom found GB News in breach of broadcasting rules for not adequately challenging harmful claims made on air.
  3. Ofcom received over 26,000 complaints about COVID-related content and has opened several investigations into breaches.
6 implied HN points β€’ 12 Jun 23
  1. Discussion of metaphysical energies is becoming more accepted and necessary in our changing world.
  2. There may be a shift in perception and awareness happening globally, leading to a need for spiritual discernment.
  3. Exploring the existence of positive and negative energies is important for spiritual safety and understanding in the current climate.
5 implied HN points β€’ 27 May 23
  1. The original Hebrew texts portray God as more emotionally connected and present to ordinary people, seeking to comfort and connect with them.
  2. The relationship between God and humans in the Hebrew Bible is depicted as a passionate love story rather than just a set of rules.
  3. Humans are believed to resemble God, not just physically, but in qualities like the need for love, connection, creativity, and the drive to form relationships.
3 HN points β€’ 03 Jun 23
  1. Having fun and joy in life can protect against becoming sadistic or cruel.
  2. The suppression of pleasure and joy can lead to neuroses and fascist behavior, according to past psychologists.
  3. The Rest of America, with its focus on community, faith, and joy, may be less susceptible to authoritarianism compared to the elite laptop class.
3 HN points β€’ 23 Feb 23
  1. The author explores the idea that ancient gods have returned with a seemingly sudden shift towards darkness in global events.
  2. The Western world has moved away from its Judeo-Christian roots, possibly allowing negative forces to re-enter and influence society.
  3. Symbols and events hinting at pre-Christian, occult, or dark themes in society may indicate a resurgence of ancient pagan energies.
3 HN points β€’ 09 Feb 23
  1. Listening to Twitter censorship testimony can be painful and revealing.
  2. The personal impact of censorship by technocrats can be significant and devastating.
  3. The broader issue is the threat to cultural figures and movements when censorship is unchecked and unjustly directed by government collusion.
1 implied HN point β€’ 02 Jun 23
  1. Jacob has direct encounters with God in Genesis, but later translations may have omitted these interactions.
  2. God is described as being intimately with Jacob, but this connection is later removed in translations.
  3. Themes of God's presence and communication with individuals are explored in Genesis 33-36.
0 implied HN points β€’ 29 May 23
  1. The original Hebrew Bible suggests a close resemblance between humans and God.
  2. Subsequent translations may have distorted the image of God as presented in the original text.
  3. Explorations from the Hebrew Bible and the Geneva Bible question the distance between God and ordinary people.