At this point, the re-occurring theme should be fairly obvious.
Did Erin Malone Olszewski work undercover at hospitals, schools, and orphanages in Iraq?
Her historical statements highly suggest the answer to the question is yes.
1) Olszewski reflected on her psyops training at the John F. Kennedy Warfare Center in Fort Bragg in a recent speech.
2) Olszewski admitted working undercover in Iraq on an Alex Jones interview in 2020.
3) Olszewski claimed to work in hospitals, schools, and orphanages during her tour in Iraq in an undated video.
If true, for what purpose did Olszewski’s undercover work at hospitals, schools, and orphanages serve?
When did Olszewski become a nurse: before or after her tour in Iraq?
Did she continue to use her psyops training as a nurse activist?
The broader implication is she continued deceptive behaviors well-after entering the health freedom movement.
We are aware of Olszewski leveraging “undercover” recordings against other health freedom activists.
What a pity and very spooky!
The real truth about the Autism Trust.
Kevin Gene Tuttle worked at a pharmaceutical product insert translation company when he was “compelled” to become an activist in October 2018.
He insulted Dorit Reiss, a well-known heel within the anti-vaccine movement, on Twitter as his “big move.”
The Tweet exploited existing biases within the anti-vaccine community creating cognitive stress. Dupes and Scientology allies reinforced his motives as authentic.
Tuttle repackaged himself as anti-vaccine and gained a quick following despite strict social media censorship.
He coordinated activities with Erin O.
His network attacked anyone who questioned his past and seriousness.
In late 2019, Tuttle created a shell non-profit. He “quit” his job just prior. No valuable service or product provided.
Do Kevin Tuttle’s actions and public persona align with a serious non-profit leader?
Or do they align with a LARPER trained in Public Affairs and Psychological Operations?
It’s virtually impossible to change the mind of indoctrinated cult followers, especially those that worship The Cult of Andrew Wakefield, Del Bigtree and RFK, along with their dozens of crony followers and associates.
All you can do is present the facts as they are, and walk away. It’s one of the most hilarious mind control ops I’ve ever witnessed in my life. At this point, it’s just cheap entertainment. All the research is here on my blog. Hundreds of articles on dozens and dozens of the cult members. Their movement is made up of some very nefarious people for sure. Religious cults, politicians, attorneys, Hollywood actors and producers, porn stars, adult filmmakers, drug addicts, alcoholics, and prostitutes, just to get the list started.
And, let’s not forget about the MLM millionaire grifters that tag along just for s***** and giggles. I find amazing that they can’t get any quality people to head up their movement only the ones with the various checkered past that couldn’t hold a job outside of being a full-time shyster. If you start with an open mind, rather than a closed one, this is a good place to begin.
Never ending fundraising through non-profits to fund a non-stop lavish lifestyle of jetting around the country, putting on events, and hanging out with their fellow cronies. The best of food, the best of homes, the best of everything, while society crumbles. All they would have to do is focus on overturning the 1986 Vaccine Injury Protection Act and the whole pharmaceutical vaccine cabal would crumble.
But of course that’s not the focus because then they’re endless fundraising would come to an abrupt halt. All one has to do is look and see who is part of Tia Severino’s conference in Atlanta, to see just how far the monetization of misery goes. They don’t want this money train to ever stop. That’s why there will be “next steps” and “next steps” and “next steps” forever…
It’s a very lucrative and profitable business. Charities and non-profits are largely just a tax avoidance mechanism. Growing up, I thought charities helped other people and non-profits were just that.
May God help us all!
It’s a never ending story of lies and deception with these people. I’m sure you remember that this woman was at the forefront of January 6th has Del Bigtree was there on the sidelines. His goal is to create a revolution. Look at the domains he’s registered if you dare.
In mid-2018, all of the deep state intel workers under Bigtree were contacting me on a regular basis by phone, trying to see what I was up to. Erin Olszewski was no different.
I remember initially when she contacted me out of the blue and prodded me for my intel to see if I was on to her yet. All I remember of her is that she was someone who blew in from nowhere. And, this was all before Covid.
It was clear to me that she was being carefully placed within the “movement.” She was a Del Bigtree recruit, along with Kevin Tuttle, that infiltrated Florida to do their devious work.
Please follow my extensive categories and do your own research. These people are not about health and freedom. They are about monetizing misery and creating a job because they can’t hold a regular one.
Lies and deception are their modes of operation.
May God have mercy on their worthless souls.
This is Erin’s website if you wish to explore it: https://www.nurseerin.org/
In Oregon, Erin Olszewski stated she received psychological operations training at Fort Bragg.
It is the first time she admitted this fact publicly.
She focused on her “undercover nurse” stint in New York.
However, many do not know she worked intimately with Scientology’s DC lobbyist, Greg Mitchell and Lincoln Project’s Jonathan Lockwood.
Between 2018 through 2020, Olszewski created multiple non-profits as documented on this channel and elsewhere. For example, she abandoned Florida Freedom Alliance in 2019 within three months of it forming.
Finally, Kevin Tuttle assisted Erin Olszewski to orchestrate protests and the creation of multiple non-profit companies.
Kevin Tuttle is a “former” Air Force Public Affairs officer, also training at Fort Bragg. He also created a shell non-profit supposedly to help parents of vaccine-injured children.
Where did the collected money go? How’s that for a psyop?
Classic money laundering.
Among the top 10 holdings in their Health Services Fund, we find Thermo Fisher Scientific (who makes fraudulent sequencing machines) and AstraZaneca.
By looking at their financials (https://individual.troweprice.com/staticFiles/gcFiles/pdf/phhsfq4.pdf) we can see that T. Rowe Price is also heavily invested in many pharmaceutical and biotech companies including Merck, BioNTech, Amgen, and many others.
So, let’s ask a reasonable question. Why would a giant Global investment firm that is heavily invested in huge pharmaceutical companies, donate $2.46 million dollars to fund an anti-vaccine group?
Bigtree lovers will say that the donations that T. Rowe Price gave to ICAN were given by their donor advised charitable fund. Yes, that’s true. The amounts were $2.5 million in 2019 and $900,000 in 2018. Of course they have to disguise their money laundering via charity fraud. I doubt there’s a way to trace the paper trail back to each individual donor.
But let’s just ask a simple question.
Why would an investment fund donate that much money to a so-called anti-vax non-profit?
Are they expecting a return on their investment? If this is all truly a matter of altruistic and humanitarian giving to the community, then why would they choose an “anti-vax” group? Are we to believe that all these individual donors are crazy anti-vaxxers? To me, it just sounds like classic money laundering.phhsfq4_(2)-Copy
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I find my circle getting smaller and smaller as time goes on.
At one time, it seemed to grow exponentially. So many connections, friends, allies – we were all on the same side, same team, working individually but also together, towards the same goal. Because these connections were typically made through realizing the mainstream narrative is programming. I saw all of us as independent thinkers who would question, investigate, and come to our own conclusions, rather than simply adopt any narrative presented to us.
I thought we were all people who could see through the cult of personality, no matter what the topic or who the political figure or group leader was. It felt really, really good, to be in alignment with so many other people. But, over the past 2-3 years I’ve been hit with some hard truths. Just because a person sees through the manipulation of the mainstream, does not mean they will see through the manipulation of the alternative. People will “follow the leader” on any side of any issue. When they see someone saying something that resonates with them or gets them emotional, the draw to follow the leader is strong.
Manipulators often use emotion or take strong positions to attract followers, sometimes throwing in a humble brag here and there, or act like they have humility when their self-deprecating comments are intended to invite compliments. Or, they may compliment their followers (“I couldn’t do this without you”). They project honor, strength, and truth, and many flock to them.
This sparks allegiance and loyalty to the leader, and followers begin to identify with others in the group. Because the leader and the group are aligned in one or more ways of thinking, the leader starts to have greater and greater influence over the mindset of the group. Followers end up questioning and fact-checking the leader less and less. What the leader claims becomes truth, regardless of the contradictions within their statements, or evidence against what is being claimed.
As this goes further, you lose independent voices, discussion, and debate… and get group think. People who challenge the leader, research for themselves, disagree on some points, and in general don’t toe the line of the group narrative, are “canceled” / excommunicated. And, the rest continue to follow because their hope lies in their leader, and their beliefs and allegiance are continually validated and reinforced by the leader and other follower-repeaters, often through inciting emotion or confidence in the leader’s authority, capabilities, etc.
I have witnessed and interacted with this sort of cult-like group think several times over the past few years – from people in my own large “circle.” And, it has been very unsettling, every time. I have been censored, “canceled”, unfriended, removed and banned from groups / excommunicated, and had my loyalty and character questioned and attacked for researching topics for myself, for not repeating the narrative, for not showing my subservience to / “kissing the ring” of the group leader, and for having and expressing thoughts or providing information contrary to the group think.
It’s a sobering reality to witness, especially within communities and groups I’ve been a part of, for a long time. “Most people are not followers of themselves, but are followers of others…”
I post this as a warning to simply take time to question whether or not you are unintentionally “following the leader” of any group, on any issue. Re-evaluate the information you assume to be true because of who it comes from. Are you in a group where you’re afraid to openly speak your mind due to the backlash you will receive and the risk of being canceled?
- Don’t blindly follow or believe.
- Don’t take someone’s word for it because you find them trustworthy. (Even trustworthy people can make mistakes. And, some mistakes have major, long term consequences.)
- Do the research and investigate for yourself.
- Question the narrative, even if it’s coming from those in your circle.
- Recognize when and where independent thought is welcome, and where it is not being welcomed.