A2A with Dr. Dave Janda of Operation Freedom


Our friend, Dr. Dave Janda, stopped by for A2A today. Though this might be the lengthiest webinar to date, I doubt we've ever had one that is more informative or thought-provoking. Please be sure to give it a listen.

I knew we were going to have a terrfic webinar given Dr. Janda's vast understanding of healthcare issues as well as tremendous work as of late on the American surveillance state. These two topics are covered extensively but Dave took time to also address a number of TFMR subscriber questions on topics such as:

  • What specifically was wrong with the Ryan-Trump plan that failed in Congress last week
  • Specific components of "Obamacare" that ultimately doom it to failure
  • How Deep State surveillance information can and is used to influence politicians of both parties
  • The health problems associated with many vaccines
  • Whether or not items such as cannabis oil and colloidal silver are beneficial to your health
  • Climate control and geo-engineering
  • And much, much more.

By now you've likely noticed that this baby clocks in at nearly 100 minutes. Yes, I could have edited in and tried to pare it down to a more manageable length. But what would be the point of that when there's so much high-quality information here? Instead, I thought I just give you the full monty and let you break it up and parse it out as you please. So, have at it!

Thanks again to Dr. Janda for so freely and generously donating his time today.



Mar 31, 2017 - 8:26am
Mar 31, 2017 - 8:25am

from ZH...

Friday, March 31

  • 8:30 AM Personal income, February (GS +0.5%, consensus +0.4%, last +0.4%); Personal spending, February (GS +0.3%, consensus +0.2%, last +0.2%); PCE price index, February (GS +0.12%, consensus +0.1%, last +0.4%); Core PCE price index, February (GS +0.17%, consensus +0.2%, last +0.3%); PCE price index (yoy), February (GS +2.1%, consensus +2.1%, last +1.9%); Core PCE price index (yoy), February (GS +1.7%, consensus +1.7%, last +1.7%): Based on details in the PPI and CPI reports, we forecast that the core PCE price index rose 0.17% month-over-month in February, or 1.7% from a year ago. Additionally, we expect that the headline PCE price index increased 0.12% in February, or 2.1% from a year earlier. We expect a 0.5% increase in February personal income and a 0.3% rise in personal spending.
  • 09:45 AM Chicago PMI, March (GS 56.0, consensus 56.9, last 57.4): We expect the Chicago PMI to edge down to 56.0 in March, following a sharp 7.1pt increase in February. The index is likely to remain at a level consistent with solid manufacturing growth, in line with incoming reports from other regional manufacturing surveys.
  • 10:00 AM University of Michigan consumer sentiment, March preliminary (GS 97.8 consensus 97.6, last 97.6): We expect the University of Michigan consumer sentiment index to edge up an additional 0.2pt to 97.8 in the March final estimate, reflecting some further improvement among more timely measures of consumer confidence. The preliminary report’s measure of 5- to 10-year ahead inflation expectations declined three tenths to 2.2%, a new record low. However, median 5-year gas price expectations also dropped to a 12-year low, and in past research we’ve found a short-term relationship between these two measures that often results in a reversal in subsequent months. While we cannot rule out the possibility of a step-down in underlying views about the long-term inflation outlook, we see this as a tentative reason to expect a rebound over the next couple months.
  • 10:00 AM Minneapolis Fed President Kashkari (FOMC voter) speaks: Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari will take part in a moderated discussion on the economy and the Federal Reserve system at the Annual Banking Law Institute seminar in Minneapolis. Audience Q&A is expected.
  • 10:30 AM St. Louis Fed President Bullard (FOMC non-voter) speaks: St. Louis Fed President Bullard will participate in an interview on the U.S. economy and monetary policy at a Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education forum in New York. No media Q&A is expected.
Mar 31, 2017 - 6:17am

Janda wore me out....over load

but the information was great

Thanks Greg - interview sounded like it tired you out too....probably a couple of bears followed....

Boy! That was an interview - more than enough to ponder.....

Mar 31, 2017 - 5:09am

Craig and Dr. Janda

Just a simple question from the cheap seats. What ever important goes on on Tuesdays? We have gotten through Monday and we have a good look at the upcoming week. We have the JBSFC at 10:00 et. Dr. Janda has done his radio show on Sunday and has had a day to decompress from that, and more than a few days to get his next show together. So, I ask again, what's happening on Tuesdays? It seems to me that you, Craig, and Dr. Janda could get together on Tuesdays for 10 or 15 minutes in lieu of your podcast. Craig, we know that you are overworked, and Dr. Janda seemed to have a good time talking to you, so maybe you guys could get together more than every six months. Heck he could probably put it up on his YouTube channel saving him the trouble of writing up his five minutes.

My suggestion should not be taken that I'm not happy with the present format because I am. But I note that you and Dr. Janda have a chemistry that could be used to both of your benefit. And entertaining for your audience too.

Mar 31, 2017 - 3:28am


I take your point, but check the dates... He's been set up rather well, I'd say

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Mar 31, 2017 - 3:13am

Pay all of your life,,,

Pay all of your life,,, collect when you hit 80

"In 2010, British women got their state pension at 60 and men got theirs at 65. By October 2020, both sexes will have to wait until they are 66. By 2028, the age will rise again, to 67. And the creep will continue. By the early 2060s, people will still be working in their 70s, but according to research, we will all need to keep working into our 80s if we want to enjoy the same standard of retirement as our parents.
This is what a world without retirement looks like. "

It would be nice if you could save more for retirement but, there is a long list of taxes that you must pay.
What taxes you pay - Which?

It's not much different on this side of the pond. Keep in mind that the IRS has millions of unpaid employees; "this year Americans will spend more than 7 billion hours preparing their taxes "
A List Of 97 Taxes Americans Pay Every Year | Zero Hedge

Total tax percentage potentially paid by the well above average US citizen, 2005 - 53.2% *
Total tax percentage potentially paid by the well above average US citizen, 2013 est. - 58.5% *
Note also that the Tax Foundation's numbers are closer to 30% for the actual "average" US citizen,
How much tax do we really pay?
The good Lord, through his proxies, the church, only wants 10% but, Uncle Sam needs a lot more.   Image cannot be displayed

In 2015, Texas told the Federal Reserve to hand over their $ 1billion in State gold. The FED, of course, made a bunch of excuses and never sent the gold.
Devvy -Â*Texas Legislature: Historic Bill Now Introduced

Russia and China are hard at work to eliminate the U.S. dollar as the prime trade currency, https://russia-insider.com/en/russia-...s-gold/ri19355
The average politician is an idiot who rose above his peers because he was more corrupt than his peers. The politicians were clearly told and proven that the EU would NOT work. Their answer,,,, we'll figure it out later.

Here is some good writing comparing the Second Foundation to our current situation. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-0...pire-crumbling

Mar 31, 2017 - 1:20am


it is historic and it is exciting but it's just so upsetting and frustrating knowing how these 'fuckers' are legally allowed to manipulate it all with zero consequences. it's not fair.

Safety Dan
Mar 31, 2017 - 12:51am

@ Info & Dr Janda

Using Nanosilver for Ebola



Watch the 9 min video for a better understanding of Nanosilver

Dr Janda and Craig, outstanding A2A. How I enjoyed and learned more. Thank you again..

Edit - Did you know there is in fact a cure for Malaria with Pubmeds? Go back and look at the Congressional Testimony in above post. I have videos, studies and several countries independent research findings.

Mar 31, 2017 - 12:49am

Infometron - globalism has been going on for a long, long time

but the current hysteria in Washington didn't exist, I repeat DIDN'T EXIST until Hillary needed a scapegoat and a way to duck under the serious charges she faced for mishandling classified material. SHE WAS THE FIRST PUBLIC FIGURE to finger the Russians and specifically Putin for hacking the DNC.

It totally worked.

She was able to re-direct America's attention from her misdeeds and switch the focus to "an attack on America by a foreign power", Russia being the easy choice because of her State Department position and activity in the Ukraine.

Mar 31, 2017 - 12:25am

@Safety Dan

Ha! I should have known you'd be on top of all this, like white on rice!!

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