Roatan’s Beauty, Truth & Wisdom

In Whom We Lost Trust During Covid

The last three years had been an enlightening experience for me. Since March of 2020, I have had the opportunity to spend hundreds of hours praying over, pondering, and researching the illusion of reality that was presented to us on our screens by the government, health organizations, legacy media, and social media.

While the imposed lockdowns and restrictions were designed to break me spiritually, physically and financially I survived – even prospered. I emerged with a renewed faith in God, new skills, a sense of resilience, and eventually paid off lockdown-generated financial debt with a new business. The COVID-19 operation has also opened my eyes to the global players and their agendas and methods.

I no longer trust the Honduran government’s interest in keeping me safe, healthy, or economically strong. The Honduran government is an Orwellian entity called SINAGER [Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Riesgos], with no distinguished individuals heading it that can pressure me into closing my business, my church, or attempting to scare me into staying indoors for almost an entire year.

The Honduran government signed a waver with drug manufacturers like Pfizer, Moderna, and Sputnik to wave any financial responsibility for effects of the experimental jabs in the short term, or even years later. Honduran government officials, like most but not all others around the world, sold their constituents down the river for profit, recognition, and a temporary feeling of security.

From the moment they signed these wavers, the government of Honduras became a party to the cover up of any of the adverse side effects of the COVID-19 jabs, no matter how few or how multiple and long lasting they were… The Honduran government became complicit with the pharmaceutical companies to dismiss, cover up, and reduce any claims of damages from the COVID-19 injections.

I have lost faith in many of our educators. They allowed and participated in the closure of Honduran schools for two years, which has damaged an entire generation of children for life. It contributed to analphabetism, escalated child abuse cases, and developed phobias and learning disorders. Sadly, the vast majority of Honduran teachers represent their own interests and the interest of the state − not the best interests of the children that parents have entrusted in them.

The government of Honduras became a party to the cover up.

To make matters worse, the Honduran government has applied the “no-jab, no-school” rule. On a positive note, I know of several teachers who did not pressure the parents into injecting their children with this experimental gene therapy in order to attend classes. Good for them.

I no longer believe that international organizations have our best interests at heart. The WHO and the UN have their own agendas about fertility and population control that go against my beliefs, as well as those of many of my fellow islanders. They have defined what is best for us, and it is often what we would consider wrong.

I no longer trust pharmaceutical companies. Companies like Pfizer and Moderna have marginalized any existing medical treatments to the COVID-19 virus. Not to mention, these companies pressured − and sometimes bribed − officials into signing contracts that waived their liability for any adverse reactions for what are supposedly “safe medical therapies” − a contradiction in itself.

The dollar per dose cost of these jabs − which are dangerous for your health and ineffective in preventing the spread of COVID-19 – is extreme. The price of these “vaccines” has varied in time and manufacturer, but as an example, Pfizer CFO Frank D’Amelio stated in 2022 that the company typically gets “$150, $175 per dose” of the COVID-19 jab. The pharmaceuticals making tens of billions of dollars were not willing to set up a fund for those injured by their products.

I lost a great deal of trust and respect for health workers, and for most of the individual doctors that I know. Instead of following the Hippocratic Oath “Primum non nocere [First do no harm],” they gave in to fear and pressures from the state. They pushed us to stay home, to not look for ways to naturally strengthen our immune systems (or strengthen our spirits), nor towards safe and existing treatments like Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and vitamin D. Instead, we were told to simply take the jab.

I don’t believe Honduran government officials are merely incompetent or neglectful. I believe they are agents of the state and hold the interests of the state before ours. During the lockdowns and then during the rollout of the COVID-19 jabs, the island-born director of Roatan Public Hospital went door-to-door pressuring business owners to require their employees to take the experimental injections. This individual is not a scientist, but an agent of the state.

While many business owners succumbed to pressure, some did not. I applaud these business owners and have great respect for them. They are the type of individuals that I want by my side.

Roatan’s religious leaders have let us down in our darkest hours. During the lockdown fear campaign, we could go shopping at hardware stores but churches and gyms had to remain closed. Not a single priest I know, not a single Honduran bishop or pastor I know on the island had the integrity to speak out against the taking away of people’s right to worship, and value the salvation of their souls above all else.

A quote from the New Testament helped me see how the fear separated the good from the bad. “(…) The good shepherd giveth his life for his sheep. But the hireling, and he that is not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and flieth,” John 10:11-13 (Douay-Rheims bible).

I found out that Roatan is filled with hired hands guarding the sheep. The priests and pastors have all hid in the dark, fearful of falling ill or dying, but completely ignoring the welfare of their soul and the salvation of the faithful who entrusted their faith in them. I do not know of a single religious leader on Roatan that stood up to the propaganda of fear during the COVID-19 operations, save one protestant pastor in Oak Ridge that continued Sunday worship.

There were no prayers for the COVID-19 virus to spare the island, for islanders to be able to keep their souls, their freedoms, and their health. The only organized prayer was for the release of then-mayor Jerry Hinds from his arrest in Tegucigalpa.

I now distrust social media as it has become yet another tool used in controlling what we think. The algorithms ostracize opinions that differ from the official narrative. The Facebook algorithms pushed opinions supportive of the experimental and dangerous COVID-19 genetic therapy as “safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines,” while marginalizing, demonizing, and deplatforming skeptics whose opinions opposed the only acceptable narrative.

According to Sean Parker, the early Facebook investor and Napster founder billionaire, with each ‘like’ and ‘comment’ Facebook is “exploiting” human psychology on purpose to keep users hooked on a “social-validation feedback loop.” Facebook and other social media has made us the wardens in our own prisons. “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”

Religious leaders have let us down in our darkest hours.

I lost trust in a few of the people I considered friends. I had several of these wannabe pundits who vilified me and ridiculed me during the COVID-19 operation. They felt they were smarter and more authoritative because of the regurgitated official COVID-19 narrative, and had their posts promoted by Facebook and Google algorithms.

My loss of trust and respect in some was replaced and given to others. The COVID-19 experience has evoked respect and trust in me to people and professions I maybe did not appreciate enough. I now have much respect for small scale, local farmers that put the food on my table. I try to purchase as many Honduran made food products as possible. I now grow my own food (bananas, sweet potatoes, cassava and plantains) and keep bees for honey.

I have more respect for the independent-minded truckers in the US, Canada, and Europe who moved goods during the COVID-19 operation. They did their best to protest the lockdowns and freedom restrictions in Ottawa, DC, and Europe, and they were imprisoned, fined or demonized for it by the controlled media.

I have more respect for non-conformist voices. Very often these dissenters are vilified by the media, but they are exactly the ones we should be listening to. The more they are dynamically silenced, the more they are vilified and marginalized by society and the media, the more I am willing to give them my attention and trust.

In the medical field, fantastic and brave doctors and scientists such as Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough have been warning us about the dangers of indiscriminate lockdowns and experimental COVID-19 jabs.

I respect Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a high ranking Catholic Church official who continues to speak out against the the COVID-19 lockdowns and fear mongering, and names the people that are in the highest positions of power.

There is a brave and articulate voice in the political realm challenging the false COVID-19 narrative we have been sold. Robert Kennedy Jr., US Democratic party candidate for president for 2024, has argued hundreds of cases against the pharmaceutical companies. He is the chair of Children’s Defense Fund, an organization arguing that millions of American and Honduran children have conditions such as autism, ADHD, allergies, and autoimmune diseases caused by chemicals and radiation.

We are all targets, not of incompetence and corruption, but of organized campaigns of fear, gaslighting, and mobbying. Mark Twain once observed, “it’s easier to fool people than it is to convince them that they have been fooled.” We are not alone. Many of us had their faith and confidence shaken in many institutions, professions, and individuals, but the process of realizing that is gradual. For many, it will never take place.