Charles Eisenstein vs. The Delusion of Dehumanization | Leaving the Left for Liberty | Ep 5

Charles Eisenstein is an author and speaker who is making waves in the face of medical control. In his essay, “Mob Morality and the Unvaxxed,” he explains how capital punishment first originated in the practice of human sacrifice. He raises concerns about the demonization of people who are unvaccinated for COVID-19 and analyzes the patterns of scapegoating and fanaticism throughout much of the world’s history—from the witch trials to the Holocaust to 9/11. In this episode of Leaving the Left for Liberty, Sienna Mae Heath talks to Charles about the grip of vaccine mandates, quarantine camps, and censorship. Charles explains the origins of the Left’s identification with science (as an institution) and why “following The Science” has become a secular religion of sorts with the ritual being vaccination in order to be granted inclusion into society.

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Sienna Mae Heath

Sienna Mae Heath is the host of the Leaving the Left for Liberty podcast. Sienna was once a pessimistic liberal, but has now awakened as an optimistic independent. She’s living in between, part of the bridge generation trying to find unity and truth for us all. As the star and writer of the short documentary Real Unity produced by Free the People and screened at the Anthem Film Festival (FreedomFest) 2021, she welcomes her fellow Americans to share their journeys of political sovereignty #IDeclareMyFreedom.

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  • Interesting talk. Always interesting to here how individualist Americans are. The East puts the community good first, for us Europeans it is somewhere of a middle ground and for the Americans it is individual freedom.
    I agree with a lot of the drift of the conversation. However, I also think Covid has been something of a success of the scientific model. Tremendous work identifying the spike proteins and creating effective vaccines to stop deaths. As someone who had close friends die of Covid before the vaccine it fantastic that is lessened the excess deaths. It is also so good that collectively we have taken measures to stop the spread a bit through masks and distancing until the measure of the problem had been addressed. I spoke to a doctor friend of mine who was saying how awful it had been for 18 months. He also said he had not had one person admitted to hospital suffering from negative vaccine results.

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