The Queen is dead, long live the King. In another world I used to know, and can still access at will, I would be interested in such an event. I would be a bit sad and reverent; thinking of an amazing life lived, thinking of all of the people who loved her so much. In that other world I would binge watch
My wife and I are living in private in World B but in public we are living in World A. We live in a Neighborhood that is comprised of 55+ adults and at the beginning of the pandemic they all rushed out to get their shots. Then they dutifully got booster after booster. Many are on a Europe/Africa trip right now and they all went and got their bivalent boosters along with all the shots they needed for Africa. I want so badly to scream at them but yet I am silent. Despite being jabbed, boosted and reboosted many in the group have contracted Covid taken Paxlovid, gotten rebound infections, and still don’t see a problem. Maybe I am too far down the rabbit hole but I see glimpses of truth making its way out to the world. But how and when do we introduce the concept of World B? The problem is that there is no rational discussion or debate. People are dismissive and retreat into their own camp. No one considers even the possibility that they are being controlled and lied to. We have to find a way to get people thinking again.
I highly recommend a UK independent documentary film titled Safe and Effective a Second Opinion. It can be viewed for free at
If anyone is interested in going further down the rabbit hole, there is another documentary film that was produced in Spain. It is long, 2+ hours, and I ended up watching it in sections. Portions are in English and portions are in Spanish with subtitles. If you are up to it here is the link.
Yes, yes and yes.
Vanilla Sky is another great movie (with an incredible music director and song choices...including the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" at the denouement section) that describes this lovely false reality.
In answer to: "Why not ignore World B entirely...?" If more people had been awake to 9/11, Covid 19 *could not* have happened. Period. These atrocities continue to happen because sheep continue to ignore world B.
Let me suggest a World C. The lizard stuff is a red herring and strawman. Most of this is controlled narrative and part of a "clowning," strawman operation. Atrocity myths have always been a great tool for propagandists. This is one good reason to view the q-anon crowd with a skeptical eye (remember the "Hun" were "eating babies" in Belgium during WWI). However, it's also good to remember that the point of the clowning psyop is to coerce sheep into throwing the baby out with the bathwater. For example, a typical sheep view is, "I don't believe any of this conspiracy crap, because some people think the queen is a lizard." The end result is that people ignore *actual* horrible crimes against humanity. It's as though the clowning operation is a shield against *all* criticism. For 9/11 it was the "no plane" theory (that there were only plane-shaped holograms) and for Covid it's the "no-virus" theory (something that Steve Kirsch has commendably attacked recently). Clowning operations are a type of limited hangout (Hitler beat his dog!) but takes the accusation from 1 to 11, making *all* accusations look ridiculous. It might be more helpful to think of:
World A: sheepville
World B: Intelligence Agency Psyop-ville and lizard strawmen (strawlizards?)
World C: Truth about verified State Crimes Against Democracy. -ville :)
A great book on this topic is David Ray Griffin's *Cognitive Infiltration*. DRG did some fantastic research showing that Cass Sunstein knew exactly how these psyops work: infiltrate "conspiracy" websites with ridiculous claims, thereby degrading their credibility.
You've probably already seen "Legacy," but Bob Moran hit it out of the park, again:
My take is that the difference between W-A and W-B is of that between our inclinations/instincts toward collectivity/communality and individuality/integrity. Freedom for one and all arises in their genuine reconciliation - as if they could ever really be opposed. Primarily a partisan of W-B, I believe such reconciliation begins on the individual level as an inquiry into and conscious engagement with the loving intelligence, (aka the Truth) of which everything and everyone is an effortless expression. Therein may our individual efforts to express and conduct ourselves accordingly progress and redound for the sake of all.
Wow! This is exactly how I am feeling. Thankfully, my husband is in World B with me. I look back at my life prior to the last 2 years and wonder why I didn't see it before ... and what made me see it now?? I am thankful I did, but at the same time I wonder if it would have been better to have continued on in total oblivion; I am envious of all those who are blind but enjoy their lives. World B truly is a stressful, depressing place to be. Is there hope?
The loneliest place in the world for me is to be in a crowd of people who have World A brains. I might as well be on Mars. I can pretend for awhile, but I always feel disoriented when I return to my World B solitude. It reminds me of something I read once about a man who attended an early Hitler rally, and as he looked around at the cheering crowd, he thought to himself “They are all together, and I am alone.”
Todd, thank you. I found your essay particularly hard hitting. Like many of your readers, I live mostly in “B”, but straddle the gap towards “A” because of loved ones. And I work continuously to red-pill them. Your description of the two streams really highlights for me the sense of loss I sometimes allow myself to wallow in. It’s not just the tangible things (death, job losses, loss of freedoms, etc), but that sorrow for everything we used to hold dear - and have discovered that ‘twas but a sham. I rarely turn the tv on, celebrities are nothing to me, my eyes glaze over at commercialism. I’ve bought more books in the last 2 years than in the last 10. I’m outside (preferably in the woods) as often as possible, and spend time with people I love. The sorrow for the old world is fading, and perhaps the silver lining in all this lies in understanding the invisible handcuffs we’ve been unknowingly wearing, and realizing where true happiness lies.
Hello Todd: We have come from different paths to the same path. My struggle is a little more practical than yours, although I enjoyed the warm breeze of your words. I embrace the new world but want to remain in love with a handful of people who will not be able to cross over at all or completely. Consequently, I find myself allowing a temporary vacation into the other place so as to remain connected with these people. I am talking about my wife, my children, and a few other significant people. I have no interest in maintaining relationships with people in the next concentric circle. My intimate connections are enough for me. When I do cross I get anxious because I experience a lack of integrity, so I do this world-jumping in short intervals. At the same time I try to red-pill others carefully, going just beyond their awareness because I understand that is how people learn things.
As an example I gave up following all professional American sports two years ago because I see that enterprise as part of the consumer, anti-cultural circus that keeps people in the matrix. But, I listened to my elderly dad for a few minutes yesterday talking about my former favorite football and basketball teams. Later he asked me if I would share some of my dissident COVID sources with him because he wants to learn. I sent him Kirsch, Berenson, 2nd Smartest Man, and a few others. I will send this article today.
I remember several years ago questioning my working class brother in law about why he was still imbibing Budweiser, that corn-enhanced, watered-down corporate swill, when there were amazing real ales and lagers out there and available now. All of his brothers and his dad drink it and it is America's beer. I get it.
Thank you for a meaningful and helpful article.
Yes.....couldn't be more thrilled to hear of the Queens passing. But, it's like celebrating the death of the rat you've been chasing in your home and not having an awareness of there being thousands connected to that one rat. When you mentioned the "Long Live the King", I am reminded of Poillievre's acceptance speech where he and his wife both said it.....at least I recall both of them saying it. This reinforced his associations and his loyalties to World A. And I must admit that I dip into world A for just a little break from world B!!!! Sometimes I just play pretend for a while - like going on a little vacation!!! I don't think about the crap for a day or 2 and fantasize that the world is good and "normal". But I think it's much harder to come back to world B when I do this.....the cost of temporary denial. Thanks for the article Todd......always fun for personal reflection after reading!