ICWA News & Views

Weekly Stories about What’s Happening in Washington State and Stories of Interest to Washingtonions

by Gerald Braude

In this post:

  • Links to Radio Show references
  • Washington Bravery in Action
  • College Booster Requirements in Washington

August 20 Episode of An Informed Life Radio Notes and Links


Guest: Karl Kanthak:

Guest: Ashley Wines

Washington Bravery in Action

The recent meeting by the activist group in Bellingham, Be Brave Washington began with The Pledge of Allegiance. 

The “With liberty and justice for all” ending of the pledge turned out to be a fitting theme for this August 17, 2022 meeting held at the New Life Fellowship in Lynden. 

Misty Flowers, who is one of the organization’s founding members and last appeared on An Informed Life Radio on May 27, 2022, then addressed a semi-circle of over forty participants. 

She first thanked those who attended the August 8 Whatcom County Council meeting, for their comments created a public record for where their organization stands. She added that she would like to see Be Brave Washington ask the Whatcom County auditor to do a study of the mail-in voting system, which is so easy manipulate. She then announced the Be Brave Washington social to be held at Peace Arch Park on Saturday, August 27 from noon to 3 p.m. That night on August 27, a flood prevention meeting will take place at the Rome Grange Hall. The meeting,  facilitated by Doris and strategic analyst Paul Glumaz, will discuss ideas for addressing the flooding issues in Whatcom County.

Misty then announced the organization’s next peaceful rally, which will be at Bellingham 

St. Joseph’s Hospital on Saturday, September 17 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. September 17 is the World Health Organization’s (WHO) World Patient Safety Day, and this year’s theme is “medication without harm.” Misty said, “We are going to use their own words against them.” The rally will be for standing for medication without harm while reminding the WHO of those who died (or have been injured) by the use of Remdesivir (a medication that was included in COVID-19 Hospital Death Treatment Protocol) and those who died (or are injured) after being injected with the COVID-19 shots.

A speaker then came to the front of the semi-circle and explained how anyone can get a fully-backed exemption from the proof of vaccine IDs when crossing international borders. She said that the exemptions, which are carried out by Frontline Doctors, worked for her husband when he visited Brazil. The phone number she gave for setting up this exemption was 760-851-9685. 

Misty then returned to addressing the members. She discussed the latest with the Bellingham City Council, which is looking at hiring new police officers. Be Brave Washington is working with the Silent Majority on building a lawsuit case against Mayor Seth Fleetwood for his COVID-19 shot mandates on city employees, which led to a loss of many police officers and  firefighters. Furthermore, the loss of public works employees has led to serious infrastructure issues. 

The first of three consecutive speakers then addressed the audience about her experiences with social programming concerning the COVID-19 narrative. Her preschool lost have its students because she refused to require the COVID-19 shots for the students. She then discussed the changes she has seen in the neighborhood in which she has lived for the past twenty years. After the COVID shot rollout, her neighbors were willing be near her only at outdoor events. 

The second speaker gave a series of tips on communicating to those who have been brainwashed by the COVID-19 narrative. 

The third speaker, Natalie Fedorowich-Chavez, who writes the weekly schedule of upcoming events to the over five hundred e-mail recipients, told the audience about the one-and-half hour talk she had at a Starbucks coffee shop with a Bellingham school board member. She ended up giving the school board member a copy of Robert Kennedy Jr’s book The Real Anthony Fauci. Natalie then said to the audience, “The point I’m making by telling you this is that a seed has been planted, and people are starting to listen to us.” 

Be Brave Washington began their meetings here at New Life Fellowship in January 2021. For a while, they met weekly. Nowadays, they meet twice a month. Misty concluded this meeting by announcing that their next meeting would be the first Wednesday in September. 

One can learn more about Be Brave Washington at their website: www.bebravewashington.com. 

Members of Be Brave Washington pose for a photo after their meeting. 
Members of Be Brave Washington pose for a photo after their meeting.

College Booster Requirements in Washington

All eighteen colleges in Washington require the COVID-19 shots, according to NoCollegeMandates.com. Fourteen of them are not requiring boosters. According to the website, the four colleges requiring boosters are Pacific Lutheran University, University of Puget Sound, Seattle University, and Whitman College.

The WA State Department of Health guidelines still direct all colleges to follow Governor Inslee’s emergency orders. https://doh.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2022-02/HigherEducation.pdf

Apparently, WA state no longer teaches science or critical thinking.

The following link is a letter to Washington state leaders by Elizabeth Hanson, who is a third-generation Washingtonian and a retired college professor of twenty-nine years.  

Why We Should End the Vaccine Mandate to Enter College (turningpointnews.org)