Sudden Dead Doctor Syndrome: Dr. Roger Hodkinson & K. Carl Smith [VIDEO]

"Dr. Roger Hodkinson will join us to discuss why no one seems to want to talk about the recent epidemic of Canadian doctors who are suddenly dropping dead. We will also be joined by Kcarl Smith, who will tell us about Western Civilization’s biggest threat – the anti-God, anti-liberty agenda, that is Critical Race Theory. Kcarl Smith is a nationally recognized author, speaker and creator of the Frederick Douglass Republican Engagement Strategy™, a powerful and proven persuasive messaging approach, developed through 12 years of real-world successes.

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Curious One
3 months ago

PLEASE stop hyphenating people, it is another way to separate people and put them in categories that makes them different.
Think about it. What do these words mean or impart?
STEP mother, father, sister, brother, daughter, son…. .African-… Chinese-… Mexican-…etc.
These phrases do not bring people together, they don’t say you are a person, just like me…we are not the same, something is differentiating us. This is not unifying, it is not loving, it is not kind.
Example…I have 4 children from 2 fathers. I NEVER ONCE called them anything but MY CHILDREN and they were ALWAYS referred to as a brother or sister to each other! Why in the wold would I ever want my children to feel separate from each drive a wedge between them? Nor was their “step father” ever referred to, to ANYONE, as anything but.. their FATHER!