Throughout my writing I will use “sheep” to denote all of the people who follow the mainstream narrative, and “shrew” for all of us who do not. It seems to be a rather marked delineation, although I am sure there are some nuances, you may have a sheep that has been vaccinated, masked most of the time, but doesn’t really agree with much of the draconian rules that have come down from the powers that ought not to be. Then you have shrews who do not consider themselves subversives or dissident, they just don’t like pumping unknown chemicals into their bodies for no reason. So there are all kinds for sure. But oddly enough, it seems that most things shrews believe, all shrews believe, and most things sheep believe, they all believe. It is strange that way.
I came here via the link in your excellent article on matters spiritual. There are horrible reminders that even the most admirable of shrews occupy positions which are impossible to defend, e.g. RF Kennedy's ongoing defence of Israel, which in turn props up terrorist governments who help Israel to massacre lots of people whilst opting to see nothing untoward.
My friend PJ came up with this great handle: BSM (Black Sheep Matter).
And do we ever!
I don't mind shrews, but those voles destroy my garlic beds and I now have a vole hunting black and white kitten named Pistachio! She's going to remain INTACT and fertile and make me more vole (and mice and rat) hunters! It's been so darn long since I have had a decent rodent killer. I have hunting cats, but one's old with no teeth now and the other only likes rabbits and birds.
Did you know that cats (when given ample prey) will specialize?
My fat cat prefers frogs, lizards, and snakes.
I love felines. A barn and garden full of rodents, not so much.
But, if anyone can wear the label of shrew, tis I.
Glad I read this article! I just subscribed today. I could understand "sheep" from other articles, because the term is already "standard". But I had to learn the meaning of shrew. I declare that I am a shrew.
You got me! I thought it would be interesting to make a Shakespearean reference because I could. It does work though, "they", the propagandists, would certainly like to tame the shrews. But, in looking up Taming the Shrew to be sure of what I was referring to because I am not a literary guy, I also found out that being a shrew in the old days, a difficult female, perhaps a Karen in these times, was a punishable offense! - https://theweek.com/articles/442747/3-disgusting-ways-independent-talkative-women-tortured-shamed-shakespeares-england
Additionally, don't forget that there are those who would like to tame the shrews!
Wish I could discuss these issues with my sheep brother! Envy your talks with your sister…and I sustain myself with contact with my new shrew contacts!