Sacrificing for the Greater Good
I think many people believe that our society has gotten so complex, with so many people, and so much need for consumption of natural resources in order to be comfortable, that what the government is forcing on us now is required to survive. This includes all the control, restrictions, forced vaccines, lockdowns, censorship of free speech, 15-minute cities, and a myriad of other restrictions and mandates. This belief is inanely stupid, but stupid is as stupid does. What can ‘ya say?
Hey, I’m really tired of pussy footing around all this garbage. I’m now calling a spade a spade and forgetting about being polite or politically correct. These people who believe this charade are destroying our lives, as well as destroying humanity itself. I don’t wish harm to them (well, to the perpetrators I wish justice) but I am done trying to be nice about all this. Hear me, you damn SHEEP!!! Step up to the plate and do what your God-given brain was designed to do. Stop slobbering at the feet of mommy medicine and daddy dictator and take your life back. Enough is enough.
Whew. I’m glad I got that out.
I’ve been reading a lot of Patrick Wood lately, check him out if you haven’t already. I seem to be a bit slow to the draw with this stuff and often am the last to discover something that most of you have known about for decades. Wood pulls us way up for the bird’s eye view of all of this, which is very helpful for me in order to get a better perspective. Of course, I’ve known about the effort at global centrist government from the Klaus Schwab perspective but wasn’t really aware of the beginnings of all of this with the Trilateral Commission founded by our dear friend David Rockefeller and his buddies Zbigniew Brzezinski and Jimmy Carter (who woulda thunk?) in the ‘70s. And of course, quite a bit was going on even before that date. The UN’s utopian/dystopian Sustainable Development goals, which include the smart city initiatives, Agenda 21, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, was not something I was even aware of until relatively recently (2022 or so).