Watch now (64 mins) | A sparkly conversation about the drama of the past 3 years
This was a great, cathartic convo. I think people should know what's been done to them, too.
That was a really lovely conversation, thank you
I love him, so straight up. Thank you both
I listened to this and then fell asleep, as I was tired, but also relaxed listening to Jeremiah. He’s a very natural orator.
I had so many things I was going to say, but on waking I realised that the comments section is already brimming with my observations, so to save repetition I’ll just say thanks to both of you for this discussion.
I find it depressing how friends & loved ones ALLOW the mainstream news to influence how they percieve me or others who question and research. Plus, there's no ownership or acknowledgement when they mock and belittle.. It's like they have amnesia, they act like it didn't happen....Oh yes it did.
This guy is awesome, as are you Tessa. Loved this conversation and agree with what both of you are saying. This current "follow the science" is like a new religion that people are unquestioningly signing on to without understanding that science isn't even an instrument to discover truth, it's just a method of analyzing the physical world to see how it works. It's not a religion, and should never be made into one. The science is also never settled. My father, who is a scientist, agreed with me on that last point, as should any ethical scientist.
This is right in line with what I’ve been saying for several years which is that an expert is a paid liar that hides deceit in complexity
Excellent interviewee! Jeremiah’s experience is practically identical to mine as an artist-activist/non-believer of the BS narratives. Love his no-nonsense stance. Thanks so much for having him on, Tessa 💛
Tree mend us comments re noam chomsky...undermining his life's work. Same with Naomi Klein. Somehow lefties in their 'rationalism' look to science over spirit but cant tell the difference between $cience and science.
Love this conversation. WOW, about the human rights and being a human being. And the whole part about what it feels like when you try to save a loved one's life and they call you a conspiracy theorist. Interesting at the end, why would anyone pretend to be asleep and continue taking the shots, isn't that suicide?
Such a wonderful conversation, Tessa Lena and Jeremiah Hosea... My day happened to be somewhat broken, due to some altercations/attacks on me - but it no longer is. Kudos to both of you! Oh, and I'll watch the 'reverse truth bomb' as well - Jeremiah interviewing Tessa.
Wonderful conversation! Thank you! I always love finding new voices, and Jeremiah's Substack is now on my list alongside yours. I was intrigued by the points you made about human rights and the UDHR. I couldn't quite make out the last name of the man whose ideas you were paraphrasing. (Steven ???). Would you be so kind as to post it for us. Thank you for your brilliant light. Our darkening world sorely needs it.
Great conversation. I so enjoyed it! Jeremiah is a very interesting person - very articulate & smart - & you're a good interviewer & let people say what they want & need to say without a whole lot of interrupting. Jeremiah likes pithy quotes, as do I. I ran across this one several years back now & suspect you'll like it, Tessa. “4 Rules for Life: Show up. Pay attention. Tell the truth. Don’t be attached to the results.” – Angeles Arrien (U.S. teacher, author)
What a lovely, clear and articulate young man!
I’m not sure how you can feel generally loving towards people about what happened in the last 4 years. I feel generally angry and disgusted and unforgiving. They lied, abused, poisoned, drugged, killed, forced, excluded, tormented and broke lives and families and I have only seen one public apology. How do you forgive if there is no repentance?