They Died Suddenly

Why did we never believe them?

For centuries, the global elite broadcasted their intentions to depopulate the world, even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never wanted to believe them.

Unless you’ve had your head in the sand it is unlikely that you haven’t heard story after story about the sudden deaths of formerly healthy individuals, from professional athletes to high school students.

As a result, the Stew Peters Network is proud to present DIED SUDDENLY, from the award-winning filmmakers, Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer.

They are the minds behind “WATCH THE WATER” and “THESE LITTLE ONES” and now they have produced a damning presentation that reveals the truth about the greatest ongoing mass genocide in human history.

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The Generation That Will Never Come Back

I am proud to be a child from the fifties, the generation that will never come back.

  • A generation that walked to school and then walked back.
  • A generation that did their homework alone to get out asap to play in the street.
  • A generation that spent all their free time in the streets with their Friends.
  • A generation that played hide and seek when it was dark.
  • A generation that road their bicycles near and far to explore their surroundings, and I mean far.
  • A generation that went to the park and played on the monkey bars and other apparatus that are long gone because they are considered too dangerous these days.
  • A generation that played hopscotch and dodgeball with great delight.
  • A generation that played cops and robbers and cowboys and Indians with the neighbor kids.
  • A generation that made mud cakes.
  • A generation that collected sports cards.
  • A generation that found, collected, washed & returned empty coke bottles to the local grocery store for 5 cents each, then bought a Mountain Dew and a candy bar with the money.
  • A generation that made paper toys with their bare hands.
  • A generation who bought vinyl albums to play on record players.
  • A generation that collected photos and albums of clippings of their life experiences as a Kid.
  • A generation that played board games and cards on rainy days.
  • A generation whose TV went off at midnight after playing the National Anthem.
  • A generation that had parents who were there.
  • A generation that laughed under the covers in bed so parents didn’t know we were still awake.
  • A generation that is passing and unfortunately will never return no matter how hard we try.
I loved Growing up when I did. it was the best of times.